Court Records, 911 Calls and Jail Bookings

Superior Court

Criminal

The court found probable cause to charge Omar Medina Hermenegildo, 19, with possession of a controlled substance and possession of 40 grams or less of marijuana. He was sentenced to four months.

The court found probable cause to charge Shawn Maurice Cook, 35, with two counts of possession of a controlled substance, DWLS third and use of drug paraphernalia. He was sentenced to one year and nine months.

Juvenile

An Omak juvenile, 16, was charged with attempted theft of a vehicle. He was sentenced to five dayS.

An Omak juvenile, 14, was charged with assault fourth. He was sentenced to 18 days.

An Omak juvenile, 14, was charged with taking a motor vehicle without permission. She was sentenced to 19 days

An Okanogan juvenile, 16, was charged with possession of marijuana. She was sentenced to two days.

District Court

Jovanny Alvarez, 19, of Tonasket was charged with NVOL without identification.

Fredrick Anthony, 36, of Omak was charged with DWLS third degree. He received 90 days and a $858 fine.

Dwight Backherms, 49, of Tonasket was charged with DWLS third degree. He received 90 days and a $858 fine.

Ryan Bass, 32, of Tonasket was charged with DWLS third degree. He was sentenced to 90 days and a $818 fine.

Ernest Defoer, 32, of Tonasket was charged with DWLS third degree.

Enver Figueroa, 22, of Okanogan was charged with DUI. He was sentenced to one year and a $1,681 fine.

Samantha Harding, 42, of Okanogan was charged with DWLS third degree. She received 90 days and a $658 fine.

Brandon Herz, 26, of Okanogan was charged with a no contact order violation. He received one year and a $1,283 fine.

Clarence Johnson, 75, of Omak was charged with DUI. She received one year and a $1,681 fine.

Jeremiah Leduc, 36, of Omak was charged with 9 counts of reckless endangerment. He received three years and a $768 fine.

Michael Lezard, 25, of Omak was charged with reckless endangerment.

Edie Marchand, 47, of Omak was charged with DWLS third degree.

Apolinar Melchor-Pano, 59, of Okanogan was charged with DWLS third degree and operating a vehicle without an ignition interlock. He received six months and a $1,108 fine.

Donovan Nysti, 19, of Okanogan was charged with marijuana possession less than or equal to 40 grams, use/delivery of drug paraphernalia and DWLS third degree. He received 90 days and a $858 fine.

Gary Raub, 24, of Okanogan was charged with assault fourth. He received 180 days confinement and $808 fine.

Steven Riehart, 38, of Omak was charged with DWLS third degree. He received 90 days and a $618 fine.

Veronica Romera, 28, of Omak was charged with 2 counts of DWLS third degree and two counts of operating a vehicle without an ignition interlock. She received two years a and $1386 fine.

Larkin Sommer, 23, of Omak was charged with negligent driving first degree. She received 90 days and a $918 fine.

Jeremiah Tachell, 21, of Omak was charged with DWLS third degree. He received 90 days and a $658 fine.

Robert Thomas, 45, of Omak was charged with DWLS third degree and DUI. He received 1 year confinement and $1,681 fine.

Tyson Williams, 22, of Omak was charged with minor possession and/or consumption. He received 180 days confinement and $808 fine.

911 Calls & Jail Bookings

Monday, January 14, 2013

In Omak, on Woods Rd., a person has been receiving multiple unwanted calls from a male subject. The person is at the sheriff’s office filing a complaint.

In Okanogan, on Old Hwy. 97, mail was stolen from a mail box in November and December. Two checks never arrived that had been sent.

In Omak, on North Oak Street, a male subject kicked a person in the leg when they tried to call the police. This caused the call to be disconnected. Police are trying to reconnect the call to find out exactly what is going on.

In Omak, on Engh Rd., children ages 2, 8, and 10 were left at the residence alone. No one was there watching them. The mother was reported to be at the store on North Main. The reporter refused to give his information to be contacted again.

Armando Fonseca, 20, booked for probation violation.

Katlyn Hammons, 25, booked for theft second and theft first.

John Carden, 40, booked for failure to appear, DWLS third, DUI and giving false information.

David Long, 56, booked for unlawful possession of a firearm.

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

In Okanogan, on Second Ave. South, a female subject’s apartment was entered through the bathroom window and a 42 inch TV was stolen.

In Okanogan, on Fifth Ave. South, a male subject is at the location with a 17 year old female who is cutting herself at her grandmother’s house. The grandmother was not at the residence when police arrived.

Kyle Davis, 23, booked for child molestation third degree and furnishing alcohol to a minor.

Samantha Harding, 42, booked for failure to appear, DWLS third, possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and obstructing a police officer.

Jacob Bowles, 29, booked for assault fourth.

Nathan Cawstan, 21, booked for DUI and DWLS third.

Joshua Lopez, 24, booked for possession of a controlled substance.

Michael Houmann, 29, booked for violating an ignition interlock.

Brett Gjerde, 48, booked for 2 counts of violated contracts

Michael Yarbrough, 31, booked for DWLS third.

Robert Parks, 47, booked for possession of a controlled substance.

Joshua Rhodes, 38, booked for failure to appear and DWLS third.

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

In Oroville, on Molson Ave., a caller requires options regarding items left behind at the residence after he was arrested.

Rafael Martinez-Garcia, 25, booked for failure to appear and assault third.

Robert Blem, 48, booked for malicious mischief second.

Eugene Martinez, 41, booked for DOC warrant.

Johnathon Hart, 29, booked for DOC warrant.

Harry South, 58, booked for DUI.

Celia Paul, 28, booked for DWLS third and violation of ignition interlock.

Thursday, January 17, 2013

In Tonasket, on Hwy. 20, a son left home yesterday and has not made it home. The neighbors checked the residence and found nobody has been home. The son also did not show up for work today.

In Okanogan, on Old Hwy. 97, a woman called and reported that the home was entered and a TV, WII and other items are missing since that morning.

In Okanogan, on Chiliwist Rd., a dog has been left tied up and caged in an enclosure. The people living there have been gone for two weeks.

Francis Edwards, 45, booked for failure to appear and malicious mischief third.

Brodie Verstegen, 31, booked for failure to appear and DUI.

Jesse Smith, 25, booked for failure to appear and DWLS third.

Mark Lesofsky, 51, booked for possession of a controlled substance.

Joseph Rowe, 60, booked for failure to appear and indecent exposure.

Jorge Morales, 20, booked for failure to appear and DUI.

Terry Weaver, 41, booked for assault fourth.

Brandon Marchand, 38, booked for failure to appear, assault fourth, disorderly conduct and DWLS third.

Donevan Smith, 26, booked for controlled substance and drug paraphernalia use.

Adrey Leach, 27, booked for failure to appear and assault third.

Bradley Sweat, 23, booked for no contact order violation.

Duke Holst, 39, booked for failure to appear and forgery.

Friday, January 18, 2013

Gustavo Camacho, 19, booked for MIP and possession of drug paraphernalia.

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

RP – Reporting Party

OCSO – Okanogan County Sheriff’s Officer

USBP – U.S. Border Patrol

CBP – U.S. Customs and Border Protection

ICE – Immigration and Customs Enforcement

Juvenile

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