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April 9, 2014- Criminal Cases

From Okanogan County Superior Court records

Jury verdict rendered

Aaron J.C. Pfaltzgraff-Miller, 20, of Omak, was found guilty April 2 of second-degree assault.

Pfaltzgraff-Miller, who committed the crime Aug. 6, 2013, was sentenced April 3 to 20 months.

Oliver sentenced

Alfred Floyd Oliver, 38, of Oroville, pleaded guilty April 1 to possessing a controlled substance and hit-and-run unattended vehicle.

A charge of resisting arrest was dismissed.

Oliver, who committed the crime April 26, 2012, was sentenced to six months.

In a second case, Oliver pleaded guilty to delivery of a controlled substance.

Oliver, who committed the crime Jan. 14, 2013, was sentenced to six months.

In a third case, Oliver pleaded guilty to possessing a controlled substance.

A charge of third-degree driving with a suspended or revoked license was dismissed.

Oliver, who committed the crime April 1, 2013, was sentenced to six months.

Possession admitted

Wendy Joe Martin, 33, pleaded guilty April 1 to possessing a controlled substance.

Martin, who committed the crime Nov. 8, 2013, was sentenced to 30 days.

Mapes sentenced

Trudie Leigh Mapes, 26, pleaded guilty April 1 to endangerment with a controlled substance.

Mapes, who committed the crime Dec. 28, 2012, was given credit for time served.

Theft, trafficking admitted

Larry Junior Frazier, 45, pleaded guilty April 1 to two counts of third-degree theft and first-degree trafficking in stolen property.

A first-degree trafficking in stolen property charge was dismissed.

Frazier, who committed the thefts Dec. 2 and Nov. 9, 2013, and the trafficking Dec. 2, 2013, was sentenced to five months and to pay restitution of $165.07 to Walmart.

Mears sentenced

Jerry Ray Mears, 49, was found guilty in a jury trial March 24 on charges stemming from three cases.

The jury found Mears guilty of two counts of theft of a motor vehicle, theft of a firearm, three counts of first-degree trafficking in stolen property, third-degree theft, two counts of harassment-threats to kill, two counts of intimidating a witness, two counts of tampering with a witness and second-degree theft.

Mears, who committed the crimes between Aug. 15 and Sept. 24, 2013, was sentenced April 1 to 102 months.

Cantlon sentenced

Kyle Albert Cantlon, 21, pleaded guilty April 1 to second-degree burglary, second-degree theft and third-degree malicious mischief.

Cantlon, who committed the crimes Jan. 26, was sentenced to three months.

Chapa pleads guilty

Joshua Michael Chapa, 23, pleaded guilty April 1 to possessing a controlled substance and driving with a suspended or revoked license.

A charge of use of drug paraphernalia was dismissed.

Chapa, who committed the crimes Oct. 10, 2013, was sentenced to 60 days.

Tonner found guilty

Dean Shawn Tonner, 46, was found guilty April 1 in a bench trial for forgery.

Tonner, who committed the crime June 15, 2011, was sentenced to 15 days and ordered to pay restitution of $1,023.14 to Walmart.

Lacourse sentenced

Kevin Joseph Lacourse, 39, pleaded guilty April 1 to assault in violation of a protection, restraining or no contact order.

Lacourse, who committed the crime July 5, 2013, was sentenced to six months and received credit for time served in in-patient treatment.

Restitution ordered

Patrick C. Denison was ordered March 31 to pay restitution jointly or severally with Kenneth Russell and William Pearcy of $1,935.39 to Okanogan County Public Works.

Doner dismissal

The court March 31 dismissed the state’s case against Gregory Eugene Doner, 61, of Riverside, after it was found he was in compliance with a stipulated order of continuance entered March 4, 2013.

Bush sentenced

Richard Allen Matthew Bush, 26, of Pateros, pleaded guilty March 27 to third-degree assault-domestic violence and third-degree assault-law enforcement officer.

Bush, who committed the crimes Sept. 11, 2013, was sentenced to 60 days.

Alexander case dismissed

The court dismissed March 31 without prejudice the state’s case against William Alexander due to the court’s suppression of evidence.

Luna-Lopez dismissal entered

The court dismissed March 31 with prejudice the state’s case against Odilon Luna-Lopez.

Stevens sentenced

Amy S. Stevens, 40, of Okanogan, pleaded guilty March 31 to first-degree trafficking in stolen property.

Stevens, who committed the crime Aug. 3, 2013, was sentenced to six months.

Spence-Marchand dismissed

The court dismissed with prejudice March 21 the state’s case against Stefanie Nichole Spence-Marchand after she completed the Okanogan County Superior Court Adult Felony Drug Program.

Greene pleads guilty

Kelly Paul Greene, 35, of Omak, pleaded guilty March 24 to possession of a controlled substance and first-degree driving with a suspended or revoked license.

A charge of use of drug paraphernalia was dismissed.

Greene, who committed the crimes March 1, 2013, was sentenced to six months.

Martinez sentence suspended

Joseph Leroy Martinez, 23, of Tonasket, pleaded guilty March 21 to possessing 40 or less grams of marijuana and use of drug paraphernalia.

Dismissed were two other charges.

Martinez was sentenced to 90 days, had 89 days suspended for one year and was given credit for one day served.

Spurgeon sentenced

Michael L. Spurgeon, 47, of Chehalis, pleaded guilty March 24 to second-degree unlawful possession of a firearm.

Dismissed was another charge of second-degree unlawful possession of a firearm.

Spurgeon, who committed the crime Oct. 13, 2013, was sentenced to three months.

Russell restitution ordered

Kenneth Alan Russell was ordered March 10 to pay restitution jointly and severally with William Pearcy and Patrick Denison of $1,935.39 to Okanogan County Public Works.

Burglary alleged

Shaylin Jerran Smith, 20, of Omak, was charged March 31 with second-degree burglary, which allegedly occurred March 26.

Counts charged

Dylan Thomas James Counts, 20, was charged April 1 with second-degree possessing depictions of a minor engaged in sexually explicit conduct.

Counts allegedly committed the crime Feb. 13 with a 15-year-old girl.

DuBois charged

Daniel S. DuBois, 27, of Okanogan, was charged April 1 with two counts of third-degree assault and driving under the influence, which allegedly occurred March 26.

Possession alleged

Carlos Negrete Jr., 23, of Brewster, was charged April 2 with possessing a controlled substance-hydrocodone, which allegedly occurred March 29.

Leon charged

Ernesto Eduardo Mendez Leon, 19, of Omak, was charged April 2 with possessing a controlled substance-methamphetamine, use of drug paraphernalia, resisting arrest and third-degree driving with a suspended or revoked license.

Leon allegedly committed the crimes March 29.

McDonald charged

Leroy Pearl McDonald, 65, of Omak, was charged April 2 with assault in violation of a protection, restraining or no contact order, which allegedly occurred March 30.

Possession alleged

Karilyn Ann Cline, 24, was charged April 3 with possession with intent to manufacturer or deliver a controlled substance-methamphetamine and possession of a controlled substance-hydrocodone, which allegedly occurred April 1.

Bebee charged

Leslie Leroy Bebee, 43, was charged April 2 with possessing a controlled substance-methamphetamine and third-degree driving with a suspended or revoked license, which allegedly occurred

April 1.

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