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Ferrin Pleads Guilty to Six Charges In an arraignment before Co- erty just more than a year ago. manche County District Magis- Five of the charges were felonies trate Rustin Martin last Wednes- and the sixth a misdemeanor. day, Sept. 28, 59-year-old Mead Ferrin was arrested after his Ferrin of Coldwater pied guilty home at the west edge of Cold- to six of 20 charges facing him water was searched Sept. 15, as a result of a search of his prop- 2015. The search and investiga- Everyone is invited to our Monday night services at the Protection Legion Building, now through October 10. Dinner at 6:30 p.m. with worship service at 7 p.m. Duck & Pony Show Special Event Saturday, Oct, 22 at the Comanche County Fairgrounds. Western Events & Cowboy Speakers "God's Country Cowboy Church is reaching out to all western folks and the un-churched." Pastor John Paul. tion were jointly conducted by law enforcers from the Coldwa- ter Police Department, Coman- che County Sheriff's Office, and Kansas Bureau of Investigation. The maximum sentence he could receive for the six crimes is 27 years and four months in prison and jail. The most serious of the crimes was for operating a meth- amphetamine lab. That is a level 1 drug felony, carrying a maxi- mum of 17 years in prison. Ferrin also pied guilty to one count each of possession of methamphetamines, possession of anhydrous ammonia in an un- marked container, possession of marijuana (the only misde- meanor in the list), possession of drug paraphernalia, and not having a drug tax stamp. Out of jail on bond, Ferrin awaits his sentencing in Decem- ber of this year, after a pre-sen- tencing investigation is con- ducted. At the Coldwater Elevator Sept. 28 2.81 Sept. 29 2.77 Sept. 30 2.75 Oct. 3 2.67 Oct. 4 2.63 Alliance Ag & Grain 582-2251 End the Brownback Disaster Restore the Child Care Tax Credit Stop the KDOT Raids Stealing from KPERS Sales Tax on Food your vote. nd Guilty Three men, all three citizens of Mexico, are now in jail await- ing sentencing after they pied guilty before Comanche County District Magistrate Rustin Mar- tin in late August and mid Sep- tember, in Comanche County District Court to one count of cul- tivating marijuana. Each could face up to 83 months in prison. The three, 25-year-old Luis Morales-Morales of Round Lake, II1., 21-year-old Jesus Zarco- santoyo of Romoland, Calif., and 20-year-old Elias Villasenor- Mauleon of Halfmoon Bay, Ca- lif., were arrested after a raid of a rural Comanche County farm nine miles south and two miles east of Coldwater. That raid was conducted jointly by the Comanche County Sheriff's Office and the Kansas Bureau of Investigation. The original charges in- cluded cultivating marijuana, conspiracy, no drug tax stamp, money laundering, and posses- sion of drug paraphernalia. They are now in the Kiowa County jail awaiting sentencing the end of this month and the first of November. Sparrowman Will Be Shown at Chief Sund y Sunday, Oct. 9, a special 1:30 at the same time, or will he con- p.m. showing will be held at the tinue to take the law into his own Chief Theatre in Coldwater.hands with violence and aggres- Showing will be The sion? He soon finds out the an- Sparrowman, a faith-based sci- swer when he travels back in time fi movie filmed in southwest to the year 1958. Kansas, with scenes shot in Lib- There, he runs into his grand- eral, Garden City, and Elkhart, as father, the original Sparrowman, well as Hooker, Okla. whose life is in danger by some- One of the actresses in theone from the future. movie will also be on hand at the Writer/director Joel Trujillo showing Sunday afternoon ofenjoyed watching sci-fi, action The Sparrowman. Katerina adventureandhorrorfilmswhen Spencer plays super villainhe was a kid growing up in Lib- "Silverblade" in the movie. She eral during the '80s. Star Wars, will be available to sign auto- Superman, E.T., Back to the Fu- graphs after movie. The movie's ture, Dawn of the Dead, and producer has reported that the Batman (in 1989) movies all in- recent showing of The fluenced Trujillo's work and vi- Sparrowman in Liberal was to a sion. sell out crowd. He has filmed 10 movies and As usual, the Chief box of-has won two Telly Awards, a rice and concession stand will premier award honoring out- openahalfhourpriortothestart standing local, regional, and of the movie. Regular admission cable TV commercials and pro- prices will be charged, grams, the finest video and film The Sparrowman is a featureproductions, and web commer- film about a young, second gen- cials, videos, and films. erationChristiansuperherowho This Christian superhero is struggling with his faith in movie is about faith, hope, sal- God. vation, and redemption. His struggle began after the "My hope is that The death of his wife, leaving him to Sparrowman will bring people raise their daughter alone. Can into a new or deeper relationship Sparrowman handle being a with Christ," said the creator/di- single parent and fighting crime rector. Try at 202 S. Centra 1 (the former Comanche Restaurant) Check out our new menu items. Dine-In or )5 Carry-Out Closing this Friday at 2 p.m. to host the 1966 CHS Class Reunion 202 Hours: 7 a.m.-2 p.m. & 5-8 p.m. Closed Thursday and Sunday S. Central Coldwater