Court, 911 Calls and Jail Bookings

District Court

Cecelia Rose Abrahamson, 18, Nespelem, was found guilty of reckless driving and sentenced to 180 days with 177 suspended and fined $1058.
Karen Colleen Adolph, 51, Omak, was found guilty of possession of marijuana, less than 40 grams and NVOL without identification. She was sentenced to total of 180 days with 179 suspended and fined a total of $758.
Heather Lynn Allen, 30, Spokane, was found guilty of Protection Order Violation. She was sentenced to 180 days with 180 suspended and fined $150.
The case against Elayne Louise Andrew, 51, Spokane, was dismissed with prejudice.
Timothy Anky, 43, Brewster, was found guilty of Assault in the fourth degree. He was sentenced to 364 days with 362 suspended and fined $933.
Terra-Lee Suzanne Baker, 29, Tonasket, was found guilty of DUI and sentenced to 364 days with 362 suspended and fined $1936.
Shawna Mae Barber, 33, Omak, was found guilty of Assault in the fourth degree. She was sentenced to 364 days with 364 suspended and fined $1033.
Percy J. Bennett, 59, Lake Country, BC, was found guilty of DUI and sentenced to 364 with 363 suspended and fined $1681.
Violet Lorrean Berry, 20, Nespelem, was found guilty of third degree theft and possession of marijuana less than 40 grams. She was sentenced to 270 days with 269 suspended and fined $1058.
Anthony Joseph Boyd, 40, Omak, was found guilty of DUI and sentenced to 364 days with 334 suspended and fined $1936. A charge of DWLS in the third degree was dismissed with prejudice.
Michael Francis Boyd, 58, Brewster, was found guilty of theft in the third degree. He was sentenced to 364 days with 364 suspended and fined $468.
Ryan Joseph Bradshaw, 23, Omak, was found guilty of DWLS, third; POCS, marijuana less than 40 grams; and use/delivery of drug paraphernalia. He was sentenced to 270 days with 268 suspended and fined a total of $968.
A charge of DWLS in the third degree against Michael Vincent Burke, 25, Omak, was dismissed with prejudice.
Three charges of DWLS in the third degree against Neil Thomas Burnett, 83, Omak, were dismissed with prejudice.
Casey Dane, 22, Spokane, had a charge of MIP/C dismissed with prejudice. He was fined $200.
Mark Allan, 59, Malott, was found guilty of two counts of criminal trespass in the second degree. He was sentenced to a toal of 180 days with 166 suspended.
Kathryn Lou Charley, 47, Brewster, had charges of DUI, DWLS in the third degree, reckless driving, operating a vehicle without ignition interlock, and two charges of hit-and-run unattended dismissed without prejudice.
Arturo Chavez-Barajas, 50, Bridgeport, was found guilty of NVOL without identification and sentenced to 90 days with 90 suspended and fined $468.
Cory J. Clark, 23, Laguna Beach, Calif., 23, had a charge of purchase/use of a license in the second degree dismissed with prejudice.
Kevin Dean Coler, 57, Medical Lake, had a chgarge3 of use/possession of a loaded firearm in a vehicle dismissed with prejudice.
Dakotah Dupree Condon, 20, Malott, was found guilty of criminal trespass in the second degree, MIP/C and use/delivery of drug paraphernalia and was sentenced to total of 360 days with 350 suspended and fined $3090. A charge of DWLS in the third was dismissed with prejudice.
Kaycee Michelle Cook, 34, Wenatchee, had a charge of DUI dismissed with prejudice.
Ward Allen Cooper, 45, Omak, was found guilty of obstructing a law enforcement officer and invalid catch record. He was sentenced to 270 days with 268 suspended and fined $568. A charge of reckless driving was dismissed with prejudice.
Bruce Alan Craven, 48, Pateros, had a charge of assault in the fourth degree dismissed with prejudice.
Michel Eugene Curtis, 30, Kennewick, was found guilty of DUI and two Counts DWLS in the third degree. He was sentenced to 364 days with 319 suspended and fined $2361.
Gabriel Lee Cutfinger, 31, Omak was found guilty of POCS, marijuana less than 40 grams and use/delivery of drug paraphernalia and sentenced to a total of 180 days with 178 suspended and fined $1358.
Deanna Jean Davis, 29, Okanogan, had two charges of DWLS in the third dismissed with prejudice under the relicensing program.
Martin William Deggeller, 57, Riverside, was found guilty of DUI and sentenced to 364 days with 361 suspended and fined $1681.

Superior Court

Juvenile

A 17-year-old Omak juvenile was charged with second degree attempted assault and assault in the fourth degree. She was sentenced to 30 days of confinement and 6 months of community supervision.
A 17-year-old Tonasket juvenile was charged with third degree theft and an MIP. He was sentenced to three days of confinement and six months of community supervision.

911 Calls & Jail Bookings

Monday, September 24, 2012

In a domestic dispute in Riverside, a man reportedly assaulted his girlfriend by slapping and pushing her, and stole her purse. The man was reported to have been driving a 1992 red Nissan pickup with a black rack; license and direction unknown.
In Tonasket a man was accused of trespassing when he crawled through a window, changed the building’s locks, and delivered an eviction note to the owner.
On Duck Lake Rd. near Omak, a two-vehicle collision occurred when the female driver of one of the vehicles attempted to switch seats with the passenger of the car. No one was injured.
In Okanogan, the kindergarten building was vandalized, as an entire side of the building was covered in graffiti.
In Oroville, a pedestrian was reported stating they were drunk and suicidal. An officer returned the call stating that the pedestrian was only drunk. Said pedestrian later called the officer himself, stating their dog was lost and they still were suicidal.
In Omak, a woman reported her children missing. She stated that they had not been returned to her as agreed in an arranged parenting plan. The subject with the children was contacted.
In Okanogan, a woman was reported to be stealing several items from a private storage unit.
In Okanogan, a man was making verbal threats to a resident. Alcohol was involved, but no weapons or physical contact were reported.
In Omak, an 18-year-old woman was reported to be in possession of crystal meth and drug paraphernalia. She denied police permission to search her person.
In Omak, a 12-year-old foster daughter threatened her guardian that she would kill herself if not allowed to leave. The authorities believed this threat to be one of anger and not a serious threat. Police awaited arrival of CPS to remove the daughter and other foster children from the home to another home. The children are currently being placed in a new foster home.
Near Oroville, a man and woman were found wandering the area of Chesaw Road. Later they were found illegally burning outdoors on Twisp River Road. They were reminded of the current fire ban.
In Tonasket, a car accident occurred on Havillah Road involving only one car. The driver and 17-year-old passenger were taken to North Valley Hospital where they are being cared for. It appeared that the passenger fell through the rear windshield in the accident.
In Okanogan, a resident reported two men in dark clothing fighting near the kindergarten building. One of the men was bleeding from the ear. A woman was involved and observed the entire fight. She was advised to leave and the men were separated. No further disturbance was reported.
In Loomis, a 92-year-old man passed away unexpectedly. The family stated that they had been trying to get hospice. A nurse that lived next door stated the man was only going to live a few more hours.
Mona Ochoa, 32, was booked for a DUI.
Janie Koplin, 38, was booked for DUI
John Timentwa, 25, booked on a WSP warrant, Failure to Pay a fine for DWLS and DUI
David Brandon, 38, booked for first degree theft
Kelly Marchand, 33, booked for DWLS
James Mendes, 84, booked for trespassing
Kathryn Gavin, 42, booked for forgery

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

In Omak, on Ross Canyon road, a resident witnessed a red car leave the roadway and damage several cherry trees. The resident and driver were not available to comment.
In Okanogan, on Fifth Ave. North, a woman reported her boyfriend pushing and hitting her. The woman fled with her children. An officer confronted the boyfriend while another officer attended to the woman and her children. They were standing by while the woman returned to gather her belongings from the home. The boyfriend was arrested for assault.
In Okanogan, on Fifth Ave. North, a woman escaped from being held in detention center. The woman broke into a home through the back door. Soon after she was found and put into police custody. Workers in the juvenile system were called upon to assist the officer in controlling the woman.
In Omak, on Engh road, a resident reported that a woman threatened to kill him but did not specify as to how. Only the threat was made.
In Omak, on Engh road, a resident reported that he came home and found his five-year-old daughter and her four-year-old male friend in the back yard nude and playing as if they were having intercourse. The resident was told by his daughter that she’d learned the “game” while at the four-year-old boy’s house.
Near Tonasket, on Hwy. 20, a male subject is believed to have been hiding in an empty trailer. The male subject was not there when officer’s investigated.
In Omak, on Brooks Tracks Road, Tribal Police assisted with an assault in progress.
Near Oroville, on Brugh Road, police responded to a call about repetitive, rapid gunfire in the past five minutes. Police could not find evidence of gunshots.
Dustin Hulbert, 33, booked for DUI
Charlynn Zaragoza, 25, booked for DWLS third, DWLS second and two counts of DUI
Brenda Moor, 40, booked on document detainer
Michael Stark, 45, booked for fourth degree assault
Sophia Stewert, 31, booked for possession of a dangerous weapon

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Near Conconully, a hunter was reported lost after he was two hours late to meet the person who called in his absence. He was to have been driving a white Toyota.
In Okanogan, on Fourth Ave. South, a resident called in to report possible prostitution in progress at an apartment late at night. Parties and complaints of noise and extensive traffic have been reported at same location.
Near Okanogan, on Dry Coulee road, a schizophrenic male child verbally assaulting his family. The informant believed the son would harm the wife and child at the location. The son left the location in a taxi. Police received an order to detain him once the taxi dropped him off.
In Tonasket, a vehicle was abandoned on Mill drive. Police received a warrant to search the vehicle.
In Okanogan, on Second Ave. South, a man was arguing with his girlfriend when their neighbor pounded on the door demanding the man to fight him. The neighbor swung at him, and the man defended himself before leaving prior to the police arriving at the home.
Near Oroville, on Vinateiri Rd., a resident reported trespassers accessing and vandalizing an abandoned house through his property on multiple occasions. The most recent attempt was committed approximately an hour before police arrived.
In Conconully, a resident reported his neighbor throwing trash at his house and yelling explicit content. The resident’s mother was called to collect her daughter and leave the premises.
Christopher Graber, 35, booked for failure to stop, DWLS, Trespassing first and malicious mischief.
Daniel Marchand, 42, booked for DUI
Ronney Sandeval, 44, booked on a document detainer.
Patricia Dunken, 22, booked for possession of drug paraphernalia
Martin Aguilaire, 24, booked on a warrant for FTC, malicious mischief third degree
Clifford Williams, 58, booked on a warrant for FTC, DWLS third
Christina Gipson, 29, booked for on a warrant for FTA, DWLS/R third

Thursday, September 27, 2012

In Tonasket, on Civil Forest Service road, a man took a satellite dish from his father’s property. The man was available to the police by phone.
In Okanogan, on Burton Ave., a mortgage company was trespassing on a man’s property. They entered the property through a gate that was marked “no trespassing” and gave him a piece of paper. Gunshots were heard. The caliber was unknown, but people could be heard arguing. Police checked the area but could find nothing.
In Okanogan, on Queen street, a subject reported being assaulted a man in his thirties. The attacker tried to leave in a white ford truck. The subject then walked to the rock church a few blocks down and got into a red Grand Am. The subject informed the police who soon arrived to inspect the situation but could find nothing to act upon.
Shane Nemitz, 34, booked for DUI, possible drug paraphernalia.
Marriage Report
Naiombi Rae Jones, age 20 from Omak, will wed Melvin Kenyata Graham, 33 from Brewster.
Nichole Christine Mullen, 23 from Omak, will wed Donald Charles Turcotte, age 28 from Brewster.
Births
Jasmin Elsy Castro-Padilla, a girl, was born to Sonia Padilla and Juan Castro from Tonasket, on Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2012 in North Valley Hospital in Tonasket.
Araceli Zepeda Ramos, a girl, was born to Isahara Ramos Carrero from Tonasket on Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2012 in North Valley Hospital in Tonasket.

 

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