Court Records, 911 Calls and Jail Bookings

Superior Court

Criminal

The court found probable cause to charge Judith Nicole Roel, 22, Oroville, with DUI, MIP or consuming alcohol, and first degree negligent driving. She received 818 days confinement.

The court found probable cause to charge Bradley Gordon Peterson, 28, with possession of a controlled substance and DWLS. He received 120 days confinement.

The court found probable cause to charge Kyle Lloyd Campbell, 24, with possession of a controlled substance and two counts of third degree theft. He received 25 months confinement.

The court found probable cause to charge Benigno Lopez Juarez, 24, with possession of a controlled substance. She received 30 days confinement.

The court found probable cause to charge Kathryn Lou Charley, 47, with DUI, DWLS, reckless driving, operating a vehicle without an ignition interlock, two counts of hit-and-run, property damage and failure to obey a law enforcement officer. She received 35 months confinement.

The court found probable cause to charge Bruce Leroy Wisner Jr., 49, with possession of a controlled substance. He received 79 days confinement.

Decrees of Dissolution

Jesse S. Epley filed to dissolve his marriage from Brandi J. Epley.

Dania Centeno filed to dissolve her marriage from Enrique Ortega.

Robert A. Anthony filed to dissolve his marriage from Ruth E. Anthony.

Brianda Polita filed to dissolve his marriage from Armando Arellano.

AlexSandra G. Klewin Yaksic filed to dissolve her marriage from Caleb J. Yaksic.

911 Calls and Jail Bookings

Monday, November 5:

In Tonasket, on Box Spring Drive, a car dealer showed up at the residence saying his nephew had written a $25,000 check for a vehicle and has a copy of the nephew’s ID and check. An incident had occurred at his car dealership and he will be filing a separate report for said incident.

In Oroville area, on Goldenrod Road, the residence had been broken into the weekend before. The deadbolt was unlocked on the inside and the chain had been broken several times.

In Omak, on Sandflat Road, a woman called police for help retrieving personal items from her ex-boyfriend. After speaking to both people multiple times, police found that their assistance was not needed.

In Tonasket area, on Cartwright Road, a male subject set his rottweiler on a resident then struck him with a hoe twice. The resident was in front of his house filling potholes. No medical attention was requested.

In Okanogan, on Riebbe Road, a man started yelling and threatening to harm a resident.

In Omak, on south Main Street, a woman on the transportation bus started yelling and threatening to kill someone. Her weapon is unknown.

In Tonasket, on 3525 Road, the deceased father of the caller was sold property by male subject which male subject did not have a right to sell. The father’s legal representative researched the property and found that the owner was deceased and had died with no heirs or written will. The male subject has continued paying taxes on and selling the property. Action will be taken immediately due to funds that have already exchanged hands including a $10,000 down payment.

In Tonasket area, on Horse Spring Coulee Road, the caller was selling an item on the internet when the person involved texted him to send the money for shipping. The money was forwarded by Western Union to the shipping company in New York who was supposed to put the money into the man’s Paypal account. The money was picked up by a person in Michigan state. The caller’s Paypal was contacted this morning saying that this was a fraudulent account. The buyer contacted the caller by text again later requesting more money.

Raymond Moore, 51, booked for physical control and DWLS second degree.

David Williams, 22, booked for assault fourth degree.

Mira Gowen, 53, booked for assault second degree.

John Manuel, 49, booked for DWLS third degree.

Danny Haywood, 50, booked for document detainer.

Kyle Phillips, 26, booked for DUI.

Jeremy Chess, 39, booked for assault, unlawful imprisonment, four counts of identity theft, and bigamy.

Brian Farrens, 41, booked for DUI.

David Vitt, 64, booked for FTA and assault fourth degree.

Rebecca Timentwa, 43, booked for DUI.

Israel Bejar, 20, booked for FTA, DWLS second degree and DWLS third degree.

Tuesday, November 6:

In Omak, on Eleventh Street, a caregiver has been forging checks on the resident’s mother’s account. There has been cash stolen from her wallet. She requested that no contact be made with her.

In Omak, on Riverside Drive, three males and one female juvenile were involved in a verbal dispute. One was assaulted with an unknown weapon.

Faith Flores, 26, booked for FTA and three counts of DWLS third degree.

David Cracken, 44, booked for attempted theft.

Wayne Reese, 48, booked for assault fourth degree.

Jarrell Darrington, 23, booked for criminal trespassing.

Abraham Poole, 33, booked for DUI and assault fourth degree.

Launa Mulwee, 42, booked for DUI.

Maksim Bobakov, 73, booked for DUI.

Jesus Pena, 42, booked for theft third degree and DWLS second degree.

Israel Ruiz, 26, booked for vehicle prowling.

Justin Teslow, 34, booked for DWLS third degree.

Keith Mcendry, 27, booked for malicious mischief third degree.

Kameron Wickizer, 23, booked for assault second degree.

Leaysha Louis, 18, booked for assault fourth degree.

Wednesday, November 7:

In Okanogan, on Conconully Street, graffiti was reported on the shed behind a house that is visible when leaving the high school.

In Tonasket, on Spur Road, a woman reported her neighbor stealing power from her electric panel by way of an extension cord he ran underneath their bushes.

In Oroville, on South Cordell road, the caller reported his neighbor burning something with petroleum products in it and claimed the smell was very strong. Police contacted the suspect and made him aware of the burning laws.

Mongo Renien, 29, booked for document MJ and theft third degree.

Alfonso Olcampo, 43, booked for violating a no contact order.

Paul Daling, 52, booked for DUI.

Christian Garcia, 22, booked for DUI.

Adrian Rodriguez, 30, booked for FTA and PROB VIOL.

Roger Bratsch, 46, booked for reckless driving.

Carolyn Lozano, 34, booked for theft third degree and assault fourth degree.

Corbin Squetimkin, 19, booked for FTA, DUI, MIP, and POCS.

Nicole Hopkins, 22, booked for FTA, DUI, DWLS third degree, POCS, and document detainer.

Thursday, November 8:

In Okanogan, on Eighth Avenue South, a Black Toyota Celica was abandoned on the road and has been parked there all night.

In Okanogan, on Fifth Avenue North, a woman received a check for 1900 dollars for a microwave she’d advertised on Craigslist for 175 dollars.

In Okanogan, on Monroe Street, a woman called saying her neighbor had been at her door for an hour threatening to kill her.

David Elliot, 52, booked for DUI.

Johnny Woodward, 55, booked for document detainer.

Carissa Amundson, 21, booked for FTA, DUI, DWLS third degree, document of drug PARA, and malicious mischief third degree.

David Simpson, 35, booked for FTA.

Michael Dennis, 26, booked for DUI.

Krista Yandle, 38, booked for theft third degree.

Felipe Cabral, 34, booked for DWLS third degree.

Alex Waters, 39, booked for document detainer.

Anita Yesalavitch, 46, booked for DUI and indecent exposure.

Josha Searle, 24, booked for DUI.

Tamare Kent, 23, booked for FTA and disorderly conduct.

Friday, November 9:

Jacob Hansen, 32, booked for DWLS second degree and DUI.

Michale Disautel, 18, booked for malicious mischief third degree.

James Rogers, 56, booked for theft third degree.

Sophea Songh, 37, booked for DWLS third degree.

 Abbreviations Key:

DUI – Driving Under the Influence

DWLS/R – Driving While License Suspended/Revoked

POSC – Possession of a Controlled Substance

MIP/C – Minor in Possession/Consumption

TMVWOP – Taking a Motor Vehicle without Owner’s Permission

DV – Domestic Violence

FTA – Failure to Appear (on a warrant)

FTPF – Failure to Pay Fine

OCSO – Okanogan County Sheriff’s Officer

USBP – U.S. Border Patrol

CBP – U.S. Customs and Border Protection

ICE – Immigration and Customs Enforcement

 

 

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