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A-12 Wednesday, August 5, 2020 The Press-Dispatch SALES: MON-FRI 8AM-7PM, SAT 8AM-4PM SERVICE: MON-FRI 7AM-5:30PM, SAT 8AM-NOON "Just a Smidgen Up the Road from Where You Live!" 812-386-6193 OR 1-800-531-2863 Hwy 64 W, Princeton ACROSS FROM WALMART Hablamos y Negociamos en Español All payments and APRs are subject to approved credit. Prices and payments exclude tax, title, license and doc fees. Vehicle illustrations may differ from actual vehicle. Customers must own a 2006 or newer non-GM product to qualify to receive Chevrolet Conquest Program rebate. Customers must own a 2006 or newer GM product to qualify to receive GM Loyalty Program rebate. Customers must qualify to finance through GM Financial to receive Chevrolet/Buick/GMC Down Payment Assistance rebate. Trade-in, residency and credit restrictions may apply to be eligible for select rebates. Must take delivery by 8/31/2020. See dealer for details. "Quite Simply, A Better Experience!" $ 16,334 $ 15,799 $ 18,605 $ 23,571 $ 34,498 $ 17,341 2019 CHEVY CRUZE LS NEW 2020 CHEVY SILVERADO 1500 BLACK WIDOW CREW CAB SHORT BOX 4X4 RST ALL STAR EDITION 2017 CHEVY CRUZE LT 2017 CHEVY EQUINOX LT 2016 CHEVY TRAVERSE 2LT 2020 BUICK ENCLAVE 2018 CHEVY MALIBU LT STK#P02195B STK#P03511 STK#P03259A STK#P03261A STK#P03293A STK#P03503A STK#P03551A $ 64,410 MSRP $84,415 NEW 2020 CHEVY SILVERADO 2500HD ROCKY RIDGE K2 CREW CAB STANDARD BOX 4X4 LTZ BLACK EXTERIOR STK#P03416 NEW 2020 CHEVY SILVERADO 2500HD ROCKY RIDGE K2 CREW CAB STANDARD BOX 4X4 LTZ SHADOW GRAY METALLIC STK#P03414 $ 78,377 MSRP $92,659 $ 78,377 MSRP $92,659 NEW 2020 CHEVY SILVERADO 2500HD ROCKY RIDGE K2 CREW CAB STANDARD BOX 4X4 LTZ SHOWN ABOVE STK#P03415 $ 81,372 MSRP $96,852 Factory Warranty Proprietary Products Nationwide Service FMVSS Compliance 172-POINT INSPECTION PLUS Reconditioning Process 24/7 ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE PLUS COURTESY TRANSPORTATION 3 MONTH TRIALS of ONSTAR PLUS SIRIUS XM ALL-ACCESS 2 FACTORY WARRANTIES ◆ 6 Year/100,000 mile Powertrain ◆ 12 month/12,000 mile Bumper-to-Bumper ◆ $ 0 Deductible 3" Suspension System 20" Wheels Custom Paint & More! 6" Lift Kit 22" Wheels Custom Equipment & More! Morning fire extinguished Petersburg firemen were able to put out an early morning trailer fire before it spread from the frame to the rest of the trailer. Jeff Brafield, who lives at the trailer in the North Park Trailer Court at lot 22, got up to smoke a cigarette and noticed the smoke. He called for the fire department. Petersburg Fire Chief Ross Elmore said he isn't sure what caused the fire. It was only in a corner joint of the wooden frame on the front of the trailer. Elmore said there didn't appear to be any electrical wiring near where the fire was lo- cated. It only took seconds to extinguish it, once they pulled the underpinning and siding away so they could get to where it was burning. Elmore said the only damage was to the underpinning and siding where they pulled it away. The fire was reported at about 5 a.m. Elmore said there was no water damage to the trailer and very little smoke damage. It is owned by Jerard and Arva Bradfield. Carter arrested for OVWI and meth possession By Andy Heuring A rural Petersburg man was arrested for op- erating a vehicle while intoxicated and meth possession after a traffic stop Sunday morning. Eric Carter, 47, of 3651 W. SR 56, Petersburg, was arrested at about 9:30 a.m. on charges of possession for meth less than five grams, a lev- el 6 felony; possession of paraphernalia; unlaw- ful possession of syringe; possession of mari- juana; maintaining a common nuisance, a lev- el 6 felony; operating a vehicle while intoxicat- ed, (refusal). Pike County Deputy Sheriff Jared Simmons said he was near Hornady Park when he saw a silver Pontiac passenger car drive complete- ly over the center line in the oncoming lane of travel and then continue down the middle of the road for about 100 feet. He stopped the car at the license branch on Pike Ave. While talking with Carter, Simmons said he noticed Carter's eyes were unrespon- sive to light stimulus, his speech was rapid and muttered, and he was sweating profusely, which are signs of meth intoxication. Carter failed field sobriety tests. Deputy Simmons said he found a vape pen contain- ing a white milky substance in it, which Car- ter claimed to be CBD. Simmons said Carter initially agreed to take a chemical test, but when he arrived at the Da- viess Community Hospital, he refused. Simmons said when police inventoried Car- ter's vehicle, they located drug paraphernalia, a syringe, a couple more glass smoking devic- es with residue in them, and a small glass bowl with a white residue that field tested for meth. In a purple glasses container, police located a glass smoking device with burnt marijua- na residue, a small amount of marijuana, and another container with two pills identified as Clonazepam, which are controlled substances.

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