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Oct. 16, 2013 - News of Record - Juvenile Cases

From Okanogan County

Superior Court records

Stevens sentenced

Bret Allen Stevens, 15, Omak, pleaded guilty Oct. 9 to fourth-degree assault-domestic violence.

Stevens, who allegedly committed the crimes April 26, 2012, was sentenced to 10 days in detention.

In a separate filing, Stevens pleaded guilty to third-degree malicious mischief.

Stevens, who committed the crime June 23, 2012, was sentenced to six months of community supervision and five days in detention.

Cruz pleads guilty

Miguel Angel Hernandez Cruz, 17, Brewster, pleaded guilty Oct. 9 to attempted third-degree theft.

Cruz, who committed the crime Sept. 17, was sentenced to six months of community supervision and three days in detention.

Pinkham sentenced

Curry Anthony James Pinkham, 16, Keller, pleaded guilty Oct. 2 to minor consuming or possessing alcohol.

Pinkham, who committed the crime Aug. 10, was sentenced to six months of community supervision and two days in detention.

Evaristo pleads guilty

Angelica Maria Evaristo, 15, Brewster, pleaded guilty Oct. 2 to minor consuming or possessing alcohol.

Evaristo, who committed the crime July 15, was sentenced to six months of community supervision and two days in detention.

In a second filing, Evaristo pleaded guilty to third-degree theft.

Evaristo, who committed the theft Sept. 17, was sentenced to nine months of community supervision and six days in detention.

Chacon sentenced

Brian Moreno Chacon, 17, Omak, pleaded guilty Oct. 2 to minor in public place exhibiting effects of alcohol.

Chacon, who committed the crime Sept. 1, was sentenced to six months of community supervision and six days in detention.

Harry admits assault

Adrian Duane Harry, 16, Omak, pleaded guilty Oct. 2 to fourth-degree assault.

Harry, who committed the assault Sept. 27, was sentenced to six months of community supervision.

In a separate filing, Harry pleaded guilty to first-degree theft and second-degree trafficking in stolen property.

Harry, who committed the crimes Aug. 18, was sentenced to 12 months of community supervision and 15 to 36 weeks in a state institution. He was given credit for 26 days in detention.

Matta-McDougall sentenced

Matayo A. Matta-McDougall, 14, Omak, pleaded guilty Oct. 2 to no valid operator’s license.

Matta-McDougall, who committed the crime Aug. 9, was sentenced to six months of community supervision and two days in detention.

Chavez sentenced

Jesus Antonio Chavez, 17, Malott, pleaded guilty Oct. 2 to harassment-criminal justice participant.

Chavez, who committed the crime Sept. 17, was sentenced to 15 days.

In a separate filing, Chavez pleaded guilty to second-degree trespass.

Chavez, who committed the crime Aug. 8, was sentenced to one day.

Tatshama pleads guilty

Trent Thomas Tatshama, 16, Omak, pleaded guilty Sept. 25 to possession of marijuana.

Tatshama, who committed the crime Aug. 10, was sentenced to six months of community supervision and 10 days of detention.

Velasquez sentenced

Malia Mackenzie Velasquez, 14, Malott, pleaded guilty Sept. 25 to unlawful possession of a legend drug.

Velasquez, who committed the crime March 25, was sentenced to six months of community supervision and two days in detention.

Miller sentenced

Brenden Scott Miller, 16, Omak, pleaded guilty Sept. 25 to minor in public place exhibiting effects of liquor.

Miller, who committed the crime Aug. 25, was sentenced to six months of community supervision and seven days in detention.

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