Police & Court Report

District Court

William L. Jobes, 26, Tonasket, pled guilty to third degree DWLS/R. He was sentenced to 90 days with 90 suspended and fined a total of $293.

Donny A. Hoffman, 26, Omak, pled guilty to NVOL. He was sentenced to 90 days with 90 suspended and fined a total of $543.

Steven D. McKay, 60, Tonasket, pled guilty to third degree DWLS. He was sentenced to 90 days with 90 suspended and fined a total of $793.

Dallas R. Tompkins, 35, Omak, pled guilt to Possession of Marijuana less than 40 grams. He was sentenced to 90 days with 89 suspended and fined a total of $343.

Dale M. McDougall, 39, Omak, pled guilty to fourth degree Assault. He was sentenced to 180 days with 150 suspended and fined a total of $543.

Donny A. Hoffman, 26, Omak, pled not guilty and was found guilty of third degree Theft. He was sentenced to 180 days with 180 suspended and fined a total of $728.

Superior Court

Criminal

The court found probable cause to charge Robert Dwayne Gilbert, Riverside, with first degree Theft, Identity Theft and Forgery. Bail was set at $150,000.

Gary Robert Stephens Jr., Okanogan, pled guilty to second degree Unlawful Possession of a Firearm, fourth degree Assault DV, first degree Malicious Mischief and first degree Criminal Trespassing. He was sentenced to six months on count one, 365 days with 335 suspended for two years on count two, six months on count three and 365 days with 335 suspended for two years on count four. He was also fined a total of $2,140.00 and was also ordered to pay restitution to the City of Omak in the amount of $134.41.

Duran Troy Marchand, Omak, pled guilty to Possession of a Controlled Substance, fourth degree Assault and second degree Malicious Mischief. He was sentenced to 30 days on count one, 365 days with 335 suspended for two years on count two and two months on count three. He was also fined a total of $1,070.50.

Isaias Gomez-Ortiz, Malott, pled guilty to Alien in Possession of a Firearm. He was sentenced to 48 days and fined a total of $1,070.50.

Juvenile

A 17 year-old juvenile from Okanogan pled guilty to second degree Taking a Motor Vehicle without Owners Permission and Second degree Possession of stolen Property. She was sentenced to 10 days confinement with six months community supervision on count one and 21 days confinement with seven months community supervision on count two.

A 15 year-old juvenile from Omak pled guilty to third degree Theft. He was sentenced to three days confinement.

Decrees of Dissolution

The court dissolved the marriage of Alicia Dawn Schade, the petitioner from Okanogan and Brandon LeRoy Schade, the respondent.

911 Calls/Jail Bookings

Friday, February 15

A report from Hwy. 20 near Wauconda of an animal problem. The neighbor’s horses pushing fences down to get the reporting party’s hay.

A report from Hwy. 97 near Oroville of a vehicle that ran the U.S. Port of Entry.

A report from Ash St. in Omak of a burglary. A victim was mugged at the location.

A report from Pine St. in Okanogan of an audible fire alarm.

A report from Dayton St. in Omak of an intoxicated male subject that tried to jump into the reporting party’s vehicle. The subject is now lying in the middle of the roadway.

A report from Bartlett Ave. in Omak of a two vehicle non-injury accident. The reporting party’s vehicle was backed into.

A report from Dewberry Ave. in Omak of a vicious animal. The reporting party was bitten three times by a dog. The reporting party went to the doctor in Twisp.

A report from Fifth Ave. in Benton St. in Omak of an activated burglary alarm.

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

A report from Columbia in Omak of an activated intrusion alarm.

A report from Riverside Dr. and Omache Dr. in Omak of a hit-and-run accident.

Shandy M. Abrahamson, 24, was booked into the OCJ for Disorderly Conduct and Resisting Arrest.

Alexander L.A. Samuels, 31, was booked into the OCJ on a warrant with the charge of FTA with the original charge of DUI, third degree DWLS and Making False Statement to a Public Servant.

Blake F. Lannoye, 22, was booked into the OCJ for third degree DWLS.

David W. Layton, 57, was booked into the OCJ on a warrant with the charge of FTA with the original charge of fourth degree Assault DV.

Saturday, February 16

A report from Hwy. 20 near Tonasket of an activated intrusion alarm.

A report from Malott Eastside Rd. near Okanogan of fraud. An unknown subject obtained an auto loan through Wells Fargo in the reporting party’s name. The loan was obtained in Texas.

A report from Second Ave. in Okanogan of malicious mischief. Vehicle windshield broken at the location.

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

A report from Second Ave. in Okanogan of a noise complaint. Loud music at the location.

A report from Elm St. in Omak of vicious animals. Two large dogs attacked and injured the reporting party’s small dog.

A one vehicle non-injury accident occurred on Bartlett Ave. in Omak. Vehicle went over curb and struck two mailboxes.

A report from Engh Rd. near Omak of a theft. A purse was taken from a shopping cart.

A report from Ferry St. in Omak of trespassing. Intoxicated male refusing to leave. The subject was removed.

Sunday, February 17

A report from River Loop Rd. near Tonasket of harassment. The reporting party is receiving harassing phone calls. The subject was contacted and advised he will stop calling the reporting party.

A report from Conconully St. in Okanogan of found property. The reporting party’s child found a driver’s license, debit card and Blockbuster card along the river behind the location.

A report from a business on Main St. in Omak of a burglary. Store was entered sometime during the night and a sofa and love seat were taken.

A report from Seventh St. in Tonasket of an assault. The male neighbor came into the reporting party’s residence looking for someone who was not at the residence. The male then assaulted the reporting party’s brother-in-law.

Jose L. Oliverra, 44, was booked into the OCJ for NVOL.

Susan Bowlin, 54, was booked into the OCJ for a probation violation.

Matthew King, 49, was booked into the OCJ on a warrant with the charge of FTA with the original charge of two counts DUI, third degree DWLS and Hit-and-Run.

Anthony R. McFarlande, 38, was booked into the OCJ on a warrant with the charge of FTPF with the original charge of second degree Criminal Trespassing.

Monday, February 18

A report from Second Ave. in Okanogan of trespassing.

A report from Salmon Creek Rd. and Ruby Grade near Conconully of a vehicle stuck in the snow.

A report from Seventh Ave. in Okanogan of a theft from a vehicle. Camera taken from a vehicle parked at the location during the night.

A report from Murray St. in Okanogan of suspicious circumstances. Vehicle entered and items strewn about. Nothing appears to be missing.

A report from View Mont Dr. in Okanogan of a theft from a vehicle. The reporting party’s vehicle was entered during the night and keys, stereo face plate, radar detector and XM satellite radio receiver were stolen.

A report from Fourth Ave. in Okanogan of an activated alarm.

A report from Murray St. in Okanogan of trespassing. An unknown subject tried to break into the reporting party’s house in her absence. The door was damaged and some things on the porch moved around.

A report from East Cayuse Mountain Rd. near Tonasket of reckless endangerment. The reporting party’s neighbor pointed a gun at him yesterday when the reporting party brought supplies.

A one vehicle non-injury accident occurred on Hwy. 155 near Omak.

A report from First Ave. in Okanogan of trespassing.

A report from Cedar St. in O
mak of a burglary. An office was burglarized and some items have been stolen.

A report from Main St. in Omak of a hit-and-run accident.

A report from Central Ave. and Main St. in Omak of an accident hit and run.

Michael D. Robinson, 31 was booked into the OCJ for fourth degree Assault.

Brooke A. Springer, 18, was booked into the OCJ for MIP.

Travis E. Dahlin, 19, was booked into the OCJ for DUI and MIP.

Bardomiano Martinez-Rosales, 48, was booked into the OCJ on a warrant with the charge of FTPF with the original charge of DUI.

Esteban L. Diaz, 28, was booked into the OCJ for DUI, Obstructing, and NVOL.

Amanda J. Churape, 21, was booked into the OCJ for third degree DWLS.

James H. Farmer, 40, was booked into the OCJ for first degree DWLS.

David G. Arthur, 37, was booked into the OCJ for first degree NVOL.

Max H. Lezard, 20, was booked into the OCJ on a warrant with the charge of FTPF with the original charge of fourth degree Assault and on a warrant with the charge of FTA/C/PF with the original charge of violation of an Anti-harassment Order.

Tuesday, February 19

A report from Salmon Creek and Pogue Rd. near Okanogan of something falling from the sky.

A report from Hwy. 7 near Tonasket of trespassing.

A report from Demerchant Rd. near Oroville of an assault. One subject taken into custody.

A report from Greenacres Rd. in Riverside of fraud. The reporting party has two possible fraudulent money orders that were sent to him as payment for equipment purchased. The subjects overpaid for items for sale and asked the reporting party to cash the money orders and get a new money order for the balance left owed to them and send it to their bank in Italy.

A report from John St. in Okanogan of a theft. A camera was taken from a vehicle on Feb. 10 while parked at the location.

A report from Grape St. in Omak of a moose in the reporting party’s yard.

A report from Main St. in Omak of trespassing. A male subject with a walker and another male subject are in the front stairway of the apartments. The subjects do not live in the complex.

A report from Main St. in Oroville of a burglary.

Javier P. Saucedo, 35, was booked into the OCJ on a warrant with the charge of FTA with the original charge of DUI.

David R. C. Gallaher, 22, was booked into the OCJ on a warrant for two counts second degree Burglary, second degree Theft of a Motor Vehicle and third degree Theft.

Elisha K. Douglass, 26, was booked into the OCJ for fourth degree Assault and third degree Malicious Mischief.

Alejandro Davila-Zamarron, 24, was booked into the OCJ for second degree Criminal Trespassing.

Jonathan S. Martinez, 19, was booked into the OCJ for second degree Criminal Trespassing.

Morgan L. Cruz-Carrillo, 23, was booked into the OCJ on a warrant with the charge of second degree Assault with a Deadly Weapon.

Kalson G. Katsukis, 40, was booked into the OCJ on a warrant with the charge of FTPF/C/A with the original charges of DUI and third degree DWLS.

Eleazar Pio-Morales, 21, was booked into the OCJ on a warrant with the charge of FTA with the original charge of DUI, second degree DWLS and MIP.

Wednesday, February 20

A report from Trail Ridge Dr. near Omak of a vehicle prowl. A subject was trying to get into the reporting party’s husbands’ government vehicle.

A report from River Loop Rd. near Tonasket of a vicious animal. The reporting party’s 19 year-old daughter was bitten by the neighbor’s dog. The owner of the dog was issued a potentially dangerous dog notification.

A report from Katie Bug Ln. near Omak of a theft. The Katie Bug Ln. street sign was taken.

A report from a gas station on Second Ave. in Okanogan of a gas drive-off. The subject left without paying for $47.61 in fuel.

A one vehicle non-injury accident occurred on Rodeo Trail Rd. near Okanogan. The garbage truck slid off the road.

A report from Kermel Rd. in Omak of a traffic hazard. Boxes in the roadway.

A report from Conconully St. in Okanogan of a noise complaint. Loud party at the location.

A report from Riverside Dr. in Omak of a theft of the reporting party’s garbage can.

Senta M. Hall, 19, was booked into the OCJ for third degree DLWS.

Corey D. Wiley, 18, was booked into the OCJ on a warrant with the charge of FTA with the original charge of second degree DWLS.

Raymond J. Moore Jr. 46, was booked into the OCJ on a warrant with the charge of FTA with the original charge of third degree DWLS.

Destiny C. Riggs, 40, was booked into the OCJ for Violation of DV Protection Order.

Thursday, February 21

A report from Riverside Dr. in Omak of a burglary. Forced entry into building sometime during the night. Nothing appears missing.

A report from Hwy. 7 near Oroville of malicious mischief. The word “outlaws” was spray-painted on the roadway.

A report from a business on Second Ave. in Okanogan of a theft. An eight year-old male at the location stole three video games valued at $70.

A report from Old Riverside Hwy. near Omak of found property. A Savage rifle was found along the roadway.

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

A report from Juniper St. in Omak of a theft. The reporting party believes her landlord entered her apartment and has taken small items such as the reporting party’s pajamas.

Bethany R. Sigurdson, 24, was booked into the OCJ for fourth degree Assault DV.

Dayne R. Keith, 20, was booked into the OCJ for first degree Theft.

Alan S. Doyle, 54, was booked into the OCJ for DUI and Reckless Driving.

Friday, February 22

A report from Rose St. in Okanogan of a theft. A vehicle parked at the location was entered during the night and ransacked. The stereo is missing.

A report from Sandflat Rd. near Omak of a fraud. The reporting party paid $2300 to a fraudulent warranty company.

A report from Green Lake Rd. near Okanogan of a theft. A power meter was taken from the location some time after Feb. 7.

A report from Riverside Dr. in Omak of a fight involving a large group of people outside the business.

A one vehicle non-injury collision accident occurred on Hwy. 97 near Tonasket.

A report from Johnson Creek Rd. near Riverside of an assault. One subject taken into custody.

A report from Fifth Ave. in Omak of a theft. The reporting party dropped her keys last night and now her vehicle has been moved and wallet is missing.

A report from Okoma Dr. in Omak of a vehicle prowl.

A two vehicle non-injury accident occurred on Main St. in Omak. A vehicle backed into the reporting party’s vehicle.

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

Saturday, February 23

A report from a business on Apple Way Rd. in Okanogan of trespassing. The reporting party wants a patron removed from the premises. The intoxicated subject was attempting to fight subjects in the bar. The subject decided to go to bed.

A report from Apple Way Rd. in Okanogan of disorderly conduct. The subjects decided to leave.

A report from Duck Lake Rd. near Omak of three head of cattle in the roadway.

A report from Hwy. 97 and Dayton St. near Omak of malicious mischief. The reporting party’s vehicle was damaged while parked at the location.

A report of 911 abuse coming from Desautel Access Rd. near Omak. Dispatch receiving obscene 911 calls from a juvenile. In the past two days 81 calls to 911 from the phone have been received.

A report from Tunk Valley Rd. at Crawfish Lake near Riverside of an accidental shooting. The reporting party accidentally shot himself in the hand while cleaning his gun. The subject is heading to the MVH.

A report from Dry Coulee Rd. near Okanogan of an assault. One subject taken into custody.

A report from Main St. in Omak of intoxication. Several subjects inside an
d outside the bar getting rowdy.

A report from Fig Ave. in Omak of a theft of two microphones from the reporting party’s residence.

A report from Engh Rd. in Omak of malicious mischief. Vehicle damaged while parked at the location.

A report from Omak Ave. in Omak of a female at the business that tried to pass a fake $20 bill.

A report from Fir St. in Oroville of a suicide attempt. A female with laceration to the arm from glass. Determined to be an accident, not a suicide attempt.

Rudy M. Garcia, 19, was booked into the OCJ for second degree Assault and MIP.

Pamela R. Strickert, 41, was booked into the OCJ on a warrant with the charge of FTA with the original charge of DUI.

Dawn M. St. Peter, 32, was booked into the OCJ on a warrant with the charge of FTA with the original charge of DUI.

Lisa R. Dubios, 37, was booked into the OCJ for fourth degree Assault DV.

Sunday, February 24

A report from Maple St. in Okanogan of an assault. A male subject was assaulted and needs medical care. Subject staggered into view wearing only underwear. The subject is intoxicated and has an obvious broken nose along with puncture wounds on his legs. The incident occurred on Second Ave. in Okanogan. The subject’s wife arrived and has blood on legs and shoes.

A report from East Lake St. in Conconully of a citizen assist. A broken water main flooding into the residences coming down from the upper lake.

A report from Fir St. in Omak of a citizen assist. A request for the water be shut off at the residence because the basement is flooding. The city water crew was notified.

A report from Tonasket of a nine month-old child at the ER that is a possible victim of child abuse. The baby has abrasions and bruising.

A report from Emery St. in Omak of a theft. While sleeping last night a female entered the reporting party’s residence and took the reporting party’s wife’s debit card and drained the account.

A report from Main St. and Central Ave. in Omak of a citizen assist. A female locked her child inside vehicle at the location.

A report from a gas station on riverside Dr. in Omak of a theft of gas. Subject cannot pay for $4 in fuel.

Steven M. Riehart, 34, was booked into the OCJ for DUI.

George K. Lezard, 42, was booked into the OCJ on a warrant with the charge of FTA/C with the original charge of second degree Assault.

Martin Almonte-Arias, 27, was booked into the OCJ for third degree Assault of a Child DV.

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