Crime Report

District Court

Linsey J. Manuel, 50, Oroville, pled guilty to DUI. He was sentenced to 365 days with 320 suspended and fined a total of $2,096.

Debra S. Hopkin, 40, Okanogan, pled guilty to Reckless Driving. She was sentenced to 180 days with 179 suspended and fined a total of $1,068.

Daniel I. Hall, 26, Omak, pled guilty to third degree DWLS. He was sentenced to 90 days with 87 suspended and fined a total of $293.

Ronald R. Hance, 29, Omak, pled guilty to third degree DWLS. He was sentenced to 90 days with 90 days suspended and fined a total of $1,043.

Jordan J. Ponce, 18, Okanogan, pled guilty to second degree Negligent Driving and second degree DWLS/R. He was sentenced to 90 days with 88 suspended and 180 days with 178 suspended and fined a total of $975.

Charles A. Skillmon, 23, Okanogan, pled guilty to third degree DWLS. He was sentenced to 90 days with 90 suspended and fined a total of $793.

Troy D. Stiles Jr., 20, Omak, pled guilty to Possession of Marijuana less than 40 grams. He was sentenced to 90 days with 89 suspended and fined a total of $250. He also pled guilty to Reckless Driving and was sentenced to 180 days with 178 suspended and fined a total of $743.

Jordan J. Ponce, 18, Okanogan, pled guilty to Minor in Possession. He was sentenced to 90 days with 89 suspended and fined a total of $618.

Israel Astudillo-Mendez, 35, Oroville, pled guilty to third degree Theft. He was sentenced to 180 days with 180 suspended and fined a total of $668.

Kevin L. Nims, 19, Tonasket, pled guilty to Unlawfully Littering Greater than one Cubic Yard. He was sentenced to 10 days with 10 days suspended and fined a total of $293.

Mabel A. St. Peter, 24, Omak, pled guilty to first degree Criminal Trespassing and third degree Theft. He was sentenced to 180 days with 179 suspended and 180 days with 177 suspended. He was also fined a total of $968.

Frances J. Edwards, 40, Omak, pled guilty to third degree Theft. She was sentenced to 180 days with 177 suspended and fined a total of $718.

Superior Court

Warrants

A warrant was issued for the arrest of Morgan Luciano Cruz Carrillo, Omak, for the charge of second degree Assault. Bail was set at $20,000.

A warrant was issued for the arrest of Kenneth Victor Roberts III, Oroville, for the charges of Possession with Intent to Manufacture or Deliver Marijuana, first degree DWLS/R and Obstructing a Law Enforcement Officer. Bail was set at $20,000.

Criminal

The court found probable cause to charge Jacob D. Black, Omak, with Forgery and third degree DWLS. Bail was set at $10,000.

The court found probable cause to charge Daniel E. Saulmon, Malott, with Attempt to Elude, second degree DWLS and violation of a Protection Order. Bail was set at $10,000.

The court found probable cause to charge Kevin J. Smith, Riverside, with Interfering with reporting of a DV, Assault with a Deadly Weapon and second degree Malicious Mischief. Bail was set at $25,000.

Eluterio Perez-Cruz, Okanogan, pled guilty to second degree Assault with a deadly weapon. He was sentenced to 15 months and fined a total of $1,070.50.

Harry William Goatcher, Tonasket, pled guilty to third degree Attempted Assault. He was sentenced to 365 days with 360 suspended for one year and fined a total of $970.50

Juvenile

16 year-old juvenile from Omak pled guilty to second degree Robbery, second degree Theft and Taking a Motor Vehicle without the Owner’s Permission. He was sentenced to a total of 32 days confinement and 15 to 36 weeks commitment to the Juvenile Rehabilitation Administration.

A 14 year-old juvenile from Omak pled guilty to fourth degree Assault and first degree Criminal Trespass. He was sentenced to 20 days confinement and nine months community supervision.

Civil

Sylvia Brower verses the Town of Conconully. In 1995 the plaintiff Sylvia M. Brower and her partner Lee Smith purchased property within the Town of Conconully including lots 1-17 of Block P. Previously in 1905 the town of Conconully vacated all of the alleys within Block P and title to the land up to the center line of the unopened Broadway streets transferred to the adjacent property owners. In 2005 the plaintiff Brower sold part of lots 9 and 10 of Block P but retained ownership of the 40 feet wide strip of property that lies in the previously vacated Broadway Street. The Town of Conconully now asserts ownership of all the previously vacated Broadway Street without compensating plaintiff for taking ownership.

Decrees of Dissolution

Shelley Lynn Sandoval, Omak, filed to dissolve her marriage with Pedro Camarillo Sandoval, Omak.

Vennessa C. Herschlip, Oroville, filed to dissolve her marriage with Andrew Z. Herschlip.

The court dissolved the marriage of Michael Travis Haller, the petitioner from Conconully and Melissa Ann Haller, the respondent whose name shall change to Mellisa Ann Dahlbeck.

911 Calls/Jail Bookings

Monday, October 8

A report from Hwy. 7 near Tonasket of malicious mischief. The rear window was broken out of the reporting party’s vehicle.

A report from Second Ave. in Okanogan of littering. Household garbage being dumped at the Senior Center.

A report from Hwy. 7 near Oroville of a vehicle that passed a school bus while the amber and red flashing lights were activated and students were off-loading.

A report from Turner Lake Rd. near Tonasket of cows that ruined the reporting party’s hay cover and ate half of the hay.

A report from a gas station on Hanford St. in Omak of a gas drive-off. The subject left without paying for $20 in fuel.

A report from a business on Apple Ave. in Omak of a shoplifting. Two juveniles detained.

A report from a gas station on Omak Ave. in Omak of a gas drive-off. The subject left without paying for $6 in fuel.

A report from Omak Ave. in Omak of a vehicle prowl.

A subject at a business on Apple Ave. in Omak was taken into custody for theft.

A report from Main St. in Omak of an assault.

A report from Locust Ave. in Omak of a theft.

A report from Deerpath Dr. in Oroville of a theft.

Silvino Martinez-Gomez, 71, was booked into the OCJ for third degree DWLS.

Tony R. Marchand, 28, was booked into the OCJ for DUI and second degree DWLS.

Tuesday, October 9

A report from First Ave. in Okanogan of a theft. Gas siphoned from a delivery truck.

A report from Hwy. 7 near Oroville of an accident. A subject picking up hay struck the reporting party’s vehicle.

A report from Maple St. in Okanogan of a traffic hazard. Power lines down across the roadway. PUD is on the scene.

A report from Cape Labelle Rd. near Tonasket of trespassing. A vehicle drove through the reporting party’s property.

A subject on Hwy. 97 near Oroville was cited and released for possession of a controlled substance- hashish.

A report from Turner Lake Rd. near Tonasket of an animal problem. Cows on the reporting party’s property damaged a barn and have eaten hay.

A report from Omache Dr. in Omak of fraud. Male subject attempting to cash a fake check.

A two vehicle non injury accident occurred on Engh Rd. in Omak. A motor home pulling a trailer struck another vehicle.

A report from Ash St. in Omak of a hit-and-run accident. The reporting party was struck by a vehicle and possibly has a broken leg.

A subject on Main St. in Oroville was cited and released for concealing a firearm.

Jeremiah Z. Nicholai, 26, was booked into the OCJ for Failure to Register.

Terry L. Zoller, 57, was booked into the OCJ for Obstructing, third degree DWLS and on a warrant with the charge of FTA with the original charges of DUI and third degree DWLS.

James C. Walker Jr., 39, was booked into the OCJ on a warrant with the charge of FTA/C with the original charge of DUI and first degree DWLS.

Joshua R. Duran, 19, was
booked into the OCJ on a warrant for Vehicular Assault and three counts Tampering with a Witness.

David G. Ehlenbach, 50, was booked into the OCJ for DUI.

Wednesday, October 10

A report from Dart Rd. near Oroville of a theft of a cell phone taken from the reporting party’s residence.

A one vehicle rollover injury accident occurred on Hwy. 97 near Riverside.

A report from Greenacres Rd. near Riverside of a burglary. The residence was forcibly entered.

A report from Sandflat Rd. near Omak of a theft of a bank card and charges made to the account.

A report from B & O Rd. near Okanogan of littering. Fifteen 55-gallon drums of an unknown substance were dumped yesterday at the location.

A report from a business on Fourth St. in Tonasket of a burglary. A male subject jumped out of a window of the business. The subject was detained and returned to the scene. The subject was released.

A report from Whitcomb Ave. in Tonasket of malicious mischief. Four juveniles kicking exit sign at the location.

A report from a gas station on Whitcomb Ave. in Tonasket of a gas drive-off. The subject left without paying for $29 in fuel.

Donald C. Yocom, 54, was booked into the OCJ for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and POCS Marijuana less than 40 grams.

Shelia D. Taber, 45, was booked into the OCJ for fourth degree Assault DV.

Matthew J. Beherns, 21, was booked into the OCJ for second degree DWLS.

Jose R. Garcia, 33, was booked into the OCJ for NVOL.

Thursday, October 11

A report from Nichols Rd. near Omak of suspicious circumstances. An unknown subject throwing rocks at the reporting party’s residence and knocked on the daughter’s window.

A report from Salmon Creek Rd. near Okanogan of a theft. A subject entered an unsecured travel trailer and took items belonging to the reporting party, ransacking the interior and breaking some electronic equipment.

A report from Toroda Creek Rd. near Wauonda of a theft. A subject cutting live trees at the location.

A report from Old Hwy. 97 near Okanogan of a 21 year-old female that took an overdose. The patient is conscious and breathing.

A report from Rose St. in Okanogan of a theft of an $85 hoody.

A two vehicle non-injury accident occurred on Riverside Dr. The reporting party rear-ended another vehicle.

A two vehicle non-injury accident occurred on Wildwood Dr. in Omak.

A report from Juniper St. in Oroville of a burglary. While the reporting party was incarcerated someone kicked in the back door to his garage.

A report from Hwy. 20 in Tonasket at the Tonasket Middle School of a theft.

Hector Cazares Acosta, 38, was booked into the OCJ for NVOL.

Frances J. Edwards, 40, was booked into the OCJ on a warrant with the charge of FTA with the original charge of third degree Theft.

Carlos Rodriquez-Robles, 24, was booked into the OCJ for Possession of Methamphetamine and on a warrant with the charge of FTC with the original charge of DUI and third degree DWLS.

Keith A. Tomazich, 56, was booked into the OCJ for DUI.

Friday, October 12

A two vehicle collision non-injury accident occurred on Conconully Rd. near Okanogan.

A report from Third Ave. in Okanogan of malicious mischief. Some time between June and October someone broke the water fountain in the yard.

A report from Engh Rd. in Omak of a theft. The reporting party’s wallet was taken some time between Oct. 2nd and 3rd. A calling card in the wallet was used on the Oct. 2 and Oct. 4.

A report from Jonathon Ave. in Omak of malicious mischief.

A report from Granite St. in Omak of a burglary.

A report from Engh Rd. in Omak of a theft. One subject taken into custody.

A report from Okoma Dr. in Omak of malicious mischief, tires slashed at the location.

A report from Fifth St. in Tonasket of malicious mischief.

A report from Western Ave. of a hit-and-run accident.

Roberto Tinoco Rincon, 28 was booked into the OCJ for NVOL and POCS marijuana less than 40 grams.

Edward W. Wagers, 49, was booked into the OCJ for second degree Vehicle Prowl and second degree Theft.

Amber D. Mazza, 21, was booked into the OCJ for two counts Furnishing Liquor to a Minor.

Kristina M. Gipson, 24, was booked into the OCJ on a warrant with the charge of FTA/PF with the original charges of third degree DWLS, third degree Theft and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.

Thurston L. Eagleelk, 28, was booked into the OCJ for DUI.

Saturday, October 13

A report from Crestview Dr. in Okanogan of malicious mischief. A sign was painted with blue paint graffiti during the night.

A report from Second Ave. in Okanogan of a theft. Three tires slashed on the reporting party’s vehicle window broken out and stereo taken.

A report from Hwy. 97 in Tonasket of a theft. Items missing from office and had checking account withdrawals.

A report from First Ave. in Okanogan of trespassing. A subject trying to kick in door.

A report from Hwy. 97 near Tonasket of a burglary. A residence was entered and jewelry and handgun were taken.

A report from Rodeo Trail Rd. at the Agriplex near Okanogan of trespassing, Intoxicated male refusing to leave.

A report from Main St. in Omak of a fight in progress.

A report from Engh Rd in Omak of trespassing. A subject appears to be camping on the back part of the property. The subject was asked to leave.

A report from a residence on Kay St. in Oroville of suspicious circumstances. Someone looking into the reporting party’s daughter’s window.

A report from Main St. in Oroville of malicious mischief.

Marshall M. Merchant, 25, was booked into the OCJ for DUI.

Dennis J. Baker, 21, was booked into the OCJ for second degree Vehicle Prowl, second degree Malicious Mischief, third degree Theft and third degree Possession of Stolen Property.

Sergio Zaragoza-Alvarado, 24, was booked into the OCJ for DUI and NVOL.

Alicia D Schade, 25, was booked into the OCJ for first degree Theft and Forgery.

John C. Meslar, 33, was booked into the OCJ on a warrant with the charge of FTA with the original charge of DUI and third degree DWLS.

Daniel E. Dinsmore, 53, was booked into the OCJ on a warrant with the charge of FTA/C with the original charge of fourth degree Assault.

Frances J. Edwards, 40, was booked into the OCJ for third degree Theft and Resisting.

Mark A. Landa, 40, was booked into the OCJ for second degree Reckless Burning.

Sunday, October 14

A report from Omak Ave. in Omak of an assault. One subject taken into custody.

A report from Omak Riverside Eastside Rd. in Omak of an assault.

A report from Hwy. 97 near Tonasket of malicious mischief. Windows broken out of a residence.

A report from Central Ave. in Omak of an assault. One subject taken into custody.

A report from Shumway Rd. in Omak of a man in his eighties that is assaulting two staff members trying to detain subject. Ambulance requested.

A report from Tonasket Airport Rd. in Tonasket of trespassing. A vehicle driving on the runway.

A report from First St. in Tonasket of a theft. The reporting party’s MP3 player was taken by a known subject.

Eduardo J. Orozco, 20, was booked into the OCJ on a warrant with the charge of FTA with the original charge of MIP.

Chase W. Nicholson, 22, was booked into the OCJ for fourth degree Assault.

Isidro Garcia Trejo, 25, was booked into the OCJ for DUI.

Eric D. Gilge, 34, was booked into the OCJ for Felon in Possession of a Firearm.

Lance S. Moore, 22, was booked into the OCJ on a warrant with the charge of FTA with the original charges of MIP/C and Obstructing.

Jacob J. Self, 22, was booked into the OCJ on a warrant with the charge of FTA/C with the original charge of MIP/C.

Duane L. Gilge, 47, was booked into the OCJ f
or third degree DWLS and on a warrant with the charge of FTA with the original charges of third degree DWLS and DUI.

Robert L. Cadwell, 41, was booked into the OCJ for POCS and third degree DWLS.

Bradley S. K. Giesick, 41, was booked into the OCJ on a warrant with the charge of FTA with the original charge of second degree Unlawfully Hunting Big Game.

Edgar G. Moss, 21, was booked into the OCJ for NVOL.

Marriage Licenses

Della Kae Valentine, 44, Riverside will wed Michael Delmar Adams, 48, Riverside.

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