Court Records, 911 Calls and Jail Bookings

Superior Court

Criminal

The court found probable cause to charge Marlana Ferguson, 23, with first degree criminal trespassing and second degree theft. She received 454 days of confinement.

The court found probable cause to charge Sophia Angie Stewart, 31, with possession of a controlled substance, possession of less than 40 grams of marijuana and use of drug paraphernalia. She received 270 days of confinement.

The court found probable cause to charge Noe Salvador Hernandez Rendan, 19, with second degree burglary and third degree theft. He received 424 days of confinement.

The court found probable cause to charge Violet Lorrean Berry, 20, with attempting to allude a police vehicle, two counts of reckless endangerment, and possession of less than 40 grams of marijuana. She received 330 days of confinement.

Juvenile

An Omak juvenile was charged with third degree theft. She received two days confinement.
An Omak juvenile was charged with an MIP. He received two days confinement.
An Omak juvenile was charged with an MIP and third degree theft. He received 44 days confinement.
An Okanogan juvenile was charged with possession of less than 40 grams of marijuana. He received one day confinement.
An Omak juvenile was charged with fourth degree assault. He received nine days confinement.
A Malott juvenile was charged with residential burglary and second degree escape. She received 35 days confinement.

Decrees of Dissolution

Kelley M. Brantner filed to dissolve her marriage with Paul R. Brantner.
Kellie D. Lamb filed to dissolve her marriage with Raymond L. Lamb.
Tammie Novick filed to dissolve her marriage with Randy Novick.
Dorothy Louise Clinedinst filed to dissolve her marriage with Dwayne Robert Clinedinst.
Corrine Hess filed to dissolve her marriage with Charles Hess.
Richandra McCoy filed to dissolve her marriage with Joseph Stafford.

District Court

Joshua Chappa, 21, Omak, charged with use and delivery of drug paraphernalia, DWLS second degree, making a false statement to a public servant and two counts of possession of marijuana. He received 360 days confinement and a $2274 fine.
Michelle Martinez, 39, Omak, charged with DWLS third degree.
Justin Debeaumont, 29, Okanogan, charged with two counts reckless endangerment and three counts reckless driving. He received 364 days in jail and a $540 fine.
Isidro Gonzales, 22, Omak, charged with malicious mischief and received 180 days confinement and an $808 fine.
Brian Farrens, 41, Omak, charged with possession of marijuana, two counts of use and delivery of drug paraphernalia and DUI. He received 364 days confinement and $1681 fine.
Kyle Fievez, 24, Okanogan, charged with disorderly conduct. Received 90 days in jail and $608 fine.
Joshua Fink, 28, Omak, charged with fourth degree assault. Received 364 days confinement and $1033 fine.
Robert Flatbush, 20, Tonasket, charged with two counts of possession of another’s identity and harassment. He received 364 days confinement and $1283 fine.
Alicia Flores, 33, Omak, charged with third degree DWLS. Received 90 days confinement and $858 fine.
Robin Frazier, 43, Okanogan, charged with two counts harassment and 3 counts first degree criminal trespassing and received 180 days confinement and $768 fine.
Ashley George, 27, Omak, charged with third degree DWLS.
Deanna George, 45, Omak, charged with DUI.
Salvador Ortiz, 33, Omak, charged with DUI and two counts of third degree DWLS. He received 454 days confinement and $1831 fine.
Fawn Gorr, 34, Omak, charged with two counts of third degree DWLS.
Glen Gorr, 30, Omak, charged with no valid operator license and third degree DWLS. Received 90 days confinement.
Amy Ham, 35, Okanogan, charged with third degree DWLS.
Jeffrey Herschlip, 55, Oroville, charged with two counts reckless endangerment. Received 364 days confinement and $1183 fine.
Melissa Holcomb, 23, Oroville, charged with fourth degree assault. Received 364 days confinement and $808 fine.
Macarrio Ibara, 33, Omak, charged with third degree theft. She received 64 days confinement and $1058 fine.
Laura Iukes, 41, Okanogan, charged with fourth degree assault and DUI. She receieved 444 days confinement and a $2969 fine.
James Keeling, 69, Oroville, charged with resisting arrest and failure to stop. Received $400 fine.
Gary Kelley, 47, Okanogan, charged with two counts harassment and fourth degree assault. Received 180 days confinement and $80 fine.
Gregory Lawson, 60, Tonasket, charged with possession of marijuana and two counts of use and delivery of drug paraphernalia.
Martin Lawson, 44, Omak, charged with third degree DWLS and received days confinement and $618 fine.
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Randy Lepire, 22, Okanogan, charged with fourth degree assault, four counts of interfering with investigation and six counts malicious mischief. Received 1,174 days confinement and $2434 fine.

911 Calls and Jail Bookings

Monday, October 22

In Okanogan, on Apple Way Rd., a man reported his car keys stolen.
Near Tonasket, on Rd. 97, two horses were staying at a man’s house. He claims that the animal’s owners had not paid for their stay and had not visited in several months. Police consider them abandoned. The horses have done considerable damage to the property.
South of Oroville, on North Cordell Rd., there was a verbal dispute between a woman and her brother. Police received a call that the two were involved in a domestic dispute when the man took a swing at his sister.
In Tonasket, on Summit Lake Rd., a white 2003 Kia Spectra was left on the property. The gas tank was full but no keys were in the car and the car was locked. It had been parked there for several days. Police arrived to remove the car and run the vehicle’s information.
In Okanogan, on Old Rd. 97, a man found a lost ID and thinks the ID had been copied and stolen. Police left a voicemail for the person who was registered to the ID.
Near Oroville, on Chesaw Rd., a motorcycle was found abandoned when public works began running maintenance on the Rd.. The owner is being found.
In Tonasket, on Havillah Rd., a burglary was reported during the day. Five rifles were stolen as was money from a safe and a key to aforementioned safe. Residents have no idea as to who might have stolen their property.
In Omak, on West Johnathon Ave., a woman called reporting her son was at her house shouting at her and throwing objects at her. The woman recently had heart surgery and was concerned for her safety.
In Omak, on Index St., a man broke into a resident’s bathroom. He appeared highly intoxicated.
In Omak, on Shumway Rd., a white van was suspiciously parked behind the apartments in the weeds. It was occupied and its lights were on. The driver drove away once another car stopped near him.
Kyle Newman, 23, booked for FTA and DWLS third.
Benigno Lopez, 24, booked for POCS – METH and FTA.
Kevin Clark, 32, booked for a document detainer and DWLS third.
Michael Torvik, 26, booked for DWLS third.
Rene Hernandez, 23, booked for FTA and DUI.
Anthony Canady, 47, booked for unlawful possession of firearm.

Tuesday, October 23

In Omak, on South Jackson St., someone was trying to break into a van parked in front of the residence. The owner of the car was informed and she came to collect her car.
The suspect had left before police arrived. Nothing was taken.

In Okanogan, on South Van Duyn Ave., a burglary was discovered at the residence.
Some hand tools and other items were taken.
In Okanogan, on Penley Rd., a woman came to pick up her child from her mother’s house. The woman and her mother got into a verbal dispute and the woman began to beat her mother. Police arrived to break up the fight. The mother refused to press charges.
In Omak, on South Elm St., a woman and her boyfriend were in a verbal dispute. When police arrived the man refused to open the door to them. Police had to break in the door and place the man under arrest.
Arthur Simms, 44, booked for document detainer.
Jordan Brice, 27, booked for possession of drug paraphernalia.
John Woodward, 55, booked for a warrant.
Travis Drake, 32, booked for DUI.
Tio Brown, 23, booked for possession of dangerous weapon.
Dino Donahue, 52, booked for DUI and DWLS.
Ernest Simmons, 51, booked for DUI and disorderly conduct.
Michelle Nelson, 48, booked for false report and false statement.
Jane Matthews, 55, booked for DWLS third.
Wigberto Mendez, 42, booked for DUI.

Wednesday, October 24

In Okanogan, on Third Ave. North, a suspect was held in custody for harassment and stolen coin charges.
In Okanogan, on Barnholdt Loop Rd., a pig was found running wild in a family’s yard. The animal had done extensive damage to their garage, garbage can, and yard and was removed by animal control.
In Omak, on Ironwood St., a woman reported her prescribed medication missing. A male subject was found and searched several blocks away but he did not have the medication on his person.
Leroy McDonald, 64, booked for malicious mischief and DWLS third.
Ida Louis Harris, 34, booked for FTA and DWLS third.
Stuart Provstaard, 35, booked for document detainer.
Kelli Isaacson, 22, booked for DUI.
Joshua Allen, 32, booked for document detainer.
Colton Nachtway, 21, booked for assault of a child.
Charles Burbery, 56, booked for document detainer.
Phillip Payne, 27, booked for theft.
Jesse Lightly, 19, booked for FTA, DUI, possession drug paraphernalia, and possession of marijuana.
Jamaree Ponce, 18, booked for DUI, DWLS, and FTA.
Tristan McCraigee, 27, FTA and possession of controlled substance.
Jesus Casteneda, 18, booked for FTA and theft third.
Len Mclane, 50, booked for assault second and possession of a firearm.

Thursday, October 25

Russell Gardner, 19, booked for DWLS third.
Amanda Swaffard, 19, booked for FTA and burglary.
Logan Board, 24, booked for residential burglary, theft second, and malicious mischief.
Garrett Bruce, 44, booked for DWLS third and DWLS first.
Allen Marchand, 22, booked for use of drug paraphernalia.
Brian Ropp, 24, booked for FTA and DUI.

Friday, October 26

Ronald Gorr, 51, booked for physical control.
Duston Galusha, 23, booked for drug related violence.
Desiree Demitt, 56, booked for trafficking stolen property.
James Davis, 55, booked for document detainer.

Saturday October 27

Crystal Baker, 37, booked for theft and malicious mischief.
Kalen Zamudio, 23, booked for DUI and DWLS third.
Lawanna Hoffman, 56, booked for DUI.
Ethan Greene, 23, booked for FTA and DUI.
David Kay, 31, booked for DWLS third and theft third.
Terry Weaver, 41, booked for FTA and DWLS third.

Sunday, October 28

Darryle Gua, 28, booked for document detainer, alluding authorities, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

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