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Sunday, July 20, 2008

Baker's Welding--Rolls and rock guards-springs



John Deere Parts For Sale
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parts for John Deere 450B and 450C bulldozers and crawler front end loaders. Some of these also fit 450-D and 450-E Dozers. Phone 814-544-7400 with any questions. bakerswelding@hotmail.com
Ask for Bill. Located in Roulette, PA

Saturday, July 12, 2008

Fritz Nelson

A2E Affordable

E& G Auto Plus

Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Police Pursuits In Pennsylvania

Newspaper clippings:

Retired State Police

Association of Pennsylvania Inc.



I understand that there was a debate on your blog relative to police
pursuits. While not seeing this myself, I thought I would send you some
articles gathered relative to police pursuits. While having my own
opinions relative to pursuits, I will not go into any of them. The best
way to prevent pursuits is to punish the offenders so that the it deters
future pursuits.



Chambersburg Public Opinion

3 of 13 Pennsylvania State Police chases that ended in death in 2007
were in
Franklin County By VICKY TAYLOR Staff writer



Police chases capture headlines and catch criminals, but they also can
cause
deaths, as can be seen in recent statistics from Pennsylvania State
Police.



Although state police were involved in 9 percent fewer vehicle pursuits
in 2007
than in 2006, pursuit deaths were up from 12 to 13 during the same
periods,
according to State Police Commissioner Jeffrey B. Miller.



Three of those fatal pursuits happened in Franklin County.



On March 2, 2007, Benjamin Noonan, 19, was killed after he wrecked the
stolen
van he was driving at the southbound Interstate 81 off-ramp. Police said
the
chase had begun in Cumberland County that day.



On Oct. 15, Kennyetta Edwards, 21, of Fayetteville, was killed when he
lost
control of his motorcycle on a curve on Fifth Avenue in Chambersburg
while
fleeing from state police and hitting a car. The driver of the car was
injured.



Terry Allen Ebersole III, 22, of Greencastle, was killed Dec. 21 after
he lost
control of his vehicle while being pursued by police on Williamson Road
just
north of Greencastle.



So far this year, one person -- a Waynesboro man -- has died while
fleeing
police in Franklin County, but there have been several such pursuits.



Robert L. Bennett died after his car crashed while he was fleeing from
Washington Township Police Department on Old Route 16 in Rouzerville.



Many chases end with the arrest of the fleeing motorists, such as the
chase in
Huntingdon County in August 2006 in which Franklin County.



Jail escapee Scott North was captured. North was driving a car belonging
to a
murdered Amberson man and fled after first stopping for a state trooper
but
taking off when the trooper began questioning him.



He was charged this month with the murder of Carl Ryder, the man whose
car he
was driving at the time of his capture.



In some cases the person being chased by police gets away, such as the
case last
year of a man driving a stolen car that was pursued by Shippensburg
Police.



Police said the car reached speeds of up to 100 mph before crashing into
a field
off Municipal Drive. The car's driver eluded police by fleeing on foot
through a
nearby mobile home park.



Police in Pennsylvania were involved in 1,931 vehicle pursuits during
2007, a
decrease of nearly 9 percent from 2006. Thirteen of those chases ended
in the
death of the person being pursued.



The state's Vehicle Code requires state police to compile an annual
police
pursuit report. The report is available at http://ucr.psp.state.pa.us.



Fatalities in police pursuits have increased steadily since 2003, when
four
people were killed, according to the annual pursuit reports.



Pennsylvania State Police Year 2008 Press Releases

Police Pursuits In Pennsylvania Drop 9 Percent



HARRISBURG (May 15, 2008) - Law enforcement officers in Pennsylvania
went on
nearly 200 fewer vehicle pursuits in 2007, State Police Commissioner
Jeffrey B.
Miller announced today.



Officers were involved in 1,931 vehicle pursuits during the year, a
decrease of
nearly 9 percent from the 2,115 reported pursuits the previous year.



Miller said 13 individuals being pursued by police were killed in
related
crashes last year, which was one more than the prior year.



The statistics are contained in the 2007 Pennsylvania Police Pursuit
Report,
which is compiled by State Police and can be accessed through the Police
Pursuit Reporting System link at



http://ucr.psp.state.pa.us.



Other information from the 2007 report:



No police or uninvolved persons were killed as the result of pursuits in
2007 or
2006.



652 of the pursuits resulted in crashes, with 218 of those crashes
resulting in
injuries.



Nearly half of all the pursuits (943) were initiated because of traffic
violations, including speeding. The other most common reasons for police
to
initiate pursuits were stolen or suspected stolen vehicles (296); felony
criminal offenses (289), and driving under the influence or suspected
DUI
(234).



1,387 pursuits resulted in the apprehension of the fleeing motorist.



"Under state law, every police department in Pennsylvania must have a
written
emergency vehicle-response policy governing procedures under which an
officer
should initiate, continue or terminate a pursuit," Miller said. "By
law, the
policies are confidential."



The Vehicle Code defines a pursuit as an "attempt by a police officer
operating
a motor vehicle to apprehend one or more occupants of a vehicle when the
driver
of the vehicle is resisting the apprehension by maintaining or
increasing his
speed or by ignoring the police officer's audible or visual signal to
stop."



Since 1996, the Vehicle Code has required State Police to compile and
publish
pursuit reports.



Police agencies in Pennsylvania report their pursuit data directly to
State
Police through the Pennsylvania Police Pursuit Reporting System, which
is an
Internet-based system maintained by the State Police Bureau of Research
and
Development.



Cpl. Christopher Bendl, the department's police pursuit coordinator,
said the
report is designed to provide statistical information to police agencies
to
help them evaluate their pursuit policies and to help identify training
successes and deficiencies. The report does not attempt to explain
increases
or decreases in any of the categories and does not break down the
statistics by
department, municipality or county, he said.

Cpl. Michael D. MURRAY

Crime Unit Supervisor

Pennsylvania State Police

3140 E. Second St.

Coudersport, PA 16915

Phone: 814-274-8690

Fax: 814-274-9052

Sunday, July 6, 2008

New & Used John Deere Bulldozer Parts For Sale








Email: bakerswelding@hotmail.com

Phone 814-544-7400



This is a very nice loader frame off a John Deere 450 C
Loader. Will also fit John Deere 450 B and JD 450 C
crawlers. Has all the cylinders, hoses, gauges in dash.
Also have the control valve that goes with it and new
hoses to plumb it up to the tractor.

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These are top roller stands with new rolls and seals for
John Deere 450,
450 B, 450C, 450D, and 450 E bulldozers.
They will also fit the older
JD 550 dozers up to the G models.

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We also have 10 used bottom rolls and 1 new bottom
roll for all the JD 450 bulldozers up to the G models. Will also fit the older JD 550 dozers.
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John Deere Clutch Housing








This is a very nice clutch housing for John Deere 450, 450B, 450C Bulldozers. There are no cracks or stripped bolt holes.

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New Parts For John Deere 450/550 Bulldozer

These are new front idler shafts, and track tightener rams
to fit John Deere 450, JD 450B, JD 450C, JD 450 D, JD 450 E,
and some JD 450 G dozers. Will sell by piece or will assemble
to make up a complete idler assembly with or without track
tighteners. Will also fit older JD 550 dozers up to G models.