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April 30, 2014- News of Record

JAIL BOOKINGS From Okanogan County Sheriff’s Office records

April 28

Aaron Randy Dyke, 38, Twisp warrants for failure to appear for fourth-degree assault-domestic violence and failure to appear for third-degree malicious mischief-domestic violence.

April 27

Charlie Joe Craig, 20, warrant for failure to appear for minor in possession.

Jack O’Bryan III, 23, physical control, third-degree driving while license suspended and violation of ignition interlock.

James Edwards Wheeler, 47, Douglas County warrants for third-degree driving while license suspended/revoked, possession of controlled substance-methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Fernando Garcia Gomez, 23, Department of Corrections detainer.

Eugene Charles Moore, 25, Omak warrant for third-degree failure to comply for driving while license suspended.

April 26

Tricia Lynn Dezellem, 40, Clark County warrant for failure to appear for violation of protection order-domestic violence.

Christopher Sorenson, 30, Douglas County warrants for failure to appear for harassment-domestic violence, failure to appear for interfering with reporting of domestic violence and failure to appear for resisting arrest.

James Francis Miller, 49,Douglas County failure to appear for third-degree driving while license suspended.

Benjamin Wade Westlund, 38, Douglas County warrants for failure to appear for delivery of marijuana, possession of marijuana, failure to appear for residential burglary and failure to appear for unlawful delivery of controlled substance/possession of controlled substance.

April 25

Krystal Lee Carson, 30, Douglas County warrant for failure to appear for probation hearing.

Lisa Diane Wolff, 33, bench warrant for failure to appear for contempt of court.

Rodrigo Vallafana Sanchez, 29, Douglas County court commitment for third-degree driving while license suspended, Border Patrol hold, Coulee Dam warrant for failure to appear for third-degree driving while license suspended.

Rachael Anne Wolff, 26, bench warrants for two counts forgery and for second-degree theft.

Tricia Leeanne Wolff, 35, Chelan County warrant for failure to appear for forgery.

Samuel Douglas Thornton, 33, Douglas County warrants for five counts forgery, failure to appear for second-degree theft and failure to appear.

Joseph Michael Foreman, 22, Department of Corrections detainer.

Kevin Anthony Baker, 53, physical control.

Kacee Robert Webb, 23, fourth-degree assault-domestic violence and third-degree malicious mischief.

Alyssa Ann Descoteaux, 19, possession of controlled substance-methamphetamine, possession of controlled substance-heroin, possession of marijuana under 40 grams and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Gustavo Diego Garcia, 34, fourth-degree assault-domestic violence.

Samuel Velazquez-Escamilla, 25, Border Patrol hold.

Galdino Martinez, 22, Douglas County court commitment for driving while under the influence.

Terry Lee Zoller, 63, driving while under the influence and fourth-degree assault-domestic violence.

April 24

Kalen Deuardo Zamudio, 25, two warrants for failure to appear for driving while under the influence, and a warrant for failure to appear for fourth-degree assault-domestic violence.

Michael Anthony Eisen, 25, possession of controlled substance-methamphetamine.

Donovan Rae Nysti, 21, Department of Corrections secretary’s warrant.

Kevin Bert Priest, 48, first-degree driving while license suspended and operating a vehicle without ignition interlock.

Jeremy Wayne Hill, 29, Department of Corrections secretary’s warrant.

Shane M. Heisey, 28, possession of controlled substance-methamphetamine.

Darryl Moses, 64, Omak court commitment for third-degree driving while license suspended.

April 23

Eduardo Arellano-Torres, 29, Douglas County court commitment for driving while under the influence.

Christine Hardy, 26, first-degree burglary and fourth-degree assault.

Pamela Ann Vervalen, 51, court commitment for third-degree theft.

Eduardo Pamatz-Ponce, 23, Department of Corrections detainer.

Christopher Loren Anguiano, 25, third-degree driving while license suspended.

April 22

Clayton Lewis Naillon, 29, fourth-degree assault-domestic violence.

Joshua Dean Brooks, 38, bench warrant for failure to appear for possession of controlled substance-under 40 grams of marijuana, bench warrant for failure to appear for ULPFA and two bench warrants for failure to appear for possession of controlled substance.

Kevin Charles Moriarty, 57, court commitment for driving while under the influence.

David Lee Fitzgerald, 54, Washington State Patrol warrant for failure to appear for driving while under the influence.

Marina Ines Martinez, 31, Douglas County possession of controlled substance-heroin.

Jason Allen Deen, 27, Douglas County second-degree theft.

Richard Allen Lackie, 47, violation of civil harassment order, resisting arrest.

Eliseo Guizar-Garcia, 22, Douglas County third-degree driving while license suspended and reckless driving.

Jayson Lee Landers, 38, three counts violation of a no-contact/protection order.

Andrew John Sprint, 28, Douglas County first-degree assault of a child.

April 21

Nicki Kaylin Windsor, 22, first-degree trafficking stolen property, first-degree possession of stolen property and four counts possession of stolen vehicle.

Robert Lee Stephens, 49, Douglas County second-degree burglary.

Sean O’Dell Sullivan, 25, Douglas County warrant for failure to comply for third-degree driving while license suspended.

Karen Ann George, 60, two Omak warrants for failure to appear for third-degree theft.

Jayson Lee Landers, 38, fourth-degree assault-domestic violence.


TRIBAL BOOKINGS From Colville Tribal

Corrections records

April 27

Brandon S. Marchand, 39, tribal warrant for attempting to elude police, and driving while license suspended/revoked.

April 25

Stephanie J. Barr, 27, tribal warrant for battery.

Jonathon W. Ankney, 27, Grant County warrant for failure to appear for driving while under the influence.

Erin N. Circle, 29, two tribal warrants for theft, driving while under the influence and a Grant County warrant for third-degree driving while suspended/revoked.

Gwyn Allen, 45, tribal warrant for failure to comply for intoxication.

April 22

Victor L. Conrad, 46, receiving stolen property.

Katie A. Joseph, 27, harassment-domestic violence and malicious mischief-domestic violence.

Brian P. Littleraven, 33, intoxication.


CRIMINAL CASES From Okanogan County Superior Court records

Saulmon sentenced

Alicia Sue Saulmon, 44, of Malott, pleaded guilty April 21 to attempted second-degree burglary and third-degree theft.

Saulmon, who committed the crimes May 8, 2013, was sentenced to 41 days.

A first-degree criminal trespass charge was dismissed.

Rich pleads guilty

Shane Lee Rich, 34, of Omak, pleaded guilty March 28 to possession of a controlled substance-heroin, possession of 40 or less grams of marijuana and use of paraphernalia.

Rich was sentenced April 18 to four months.

Worrell charged

Marti Lynn Worrell, 34, of Oroville, was charged April 15 with possession of a controlled substance-methamphetamine and use of drug paraphernalia, which allegedly occurred April 12.

Assault, obstructing alleged

Alexander David Schaler, 21, of Okanogan, was charged April 17 with second-degree assault and obstructing a law enforcement officer.

The crimes allegedly occurred April 14.

Gonzalez charged

Nichole Marie Gonzalez, 31, of Brewster, was charged April 15 with possession with intent to manufacturer or delivery a controlled substance-methamphetamine and four counts of delivery of a controlled substance-methamphetamine.

Gonzalez allegedly committed the four counts of deliver Feb. 27, March 12, March 26 and April 9.

Gonzalez allegedly committed the fifth charge April 15.

Gonzalez was held initially on $50,000 bond.

Morales-Sandoval charged

Saul Morales-Sandoval, 24, of Brewster, was charged April 15 with three counts of delivery of a controlled substance-methamphetamine and alien in possession of a firearm.

Morales-Sandoval allegedly committed the three counts of delivery Feb. 27, March 12 and March 26.

Morales-Sandoval allegedly illegally possessed a firearm April 15.

He was held initially on $100,000 bond.

In a second filing, Morales-Sandoval was charged April 18 with intimidating a witness, which allegedly occurred Nov. 17, 2013.

Russell sentenced

Eric Byron Russell, 49, pleaded guilty April 23 with failure to register as a sex offender-failure to notify of move.

Russell, who committed the crime between July 1, 2013, and March 6 of this year, was sentenced to two months.

Russell, who committed the crimes Sept. 24, 2013, was sentenced to 14 months.

Renion sentence suspended

Mongo Jerry Renion, 30, pleaded guilty April 23 to first-degree criminal trespass and violation of a no contact order-domestic violence.

Renion was sentenced to 364 days, had 334 days suspended for two years and was given credit for time served.

Smith gets continuance

Lisa Marie Smith received a continuance April 23 in the state’s case against her for six counts of first-degree animal cruelty and six counts of second-degree animal cruelty.

A restitution order was for $1,157 to the Okanogan County Sheriff’s Office.

Hackett sentenced

David Clark Hackett, 70, pleaded guilty April 22 to second-degree theft, second-degree malicious mischief and second-degree criminal trespass.

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

Hackett is to serve 90 days on electronic home monitoring.

A restitution hearing is set for May 12.

Cardoza case dismissed

The court dismissed April 22 without prejudice the state’s case against Joel Mejia Cardoza.

The state said it was unable to serve a subpoena to the complaining witness. The state said it could not proceed to trial without the witness’s testimony.

Muellner sentenced

Jeffery Alan Muellner, 53, pleaded guilty April 22 to possession of a controlled substance and use of drug paraphernalia.

Muellner, who committed the crimes March 15, was sentenced to eight months.

McDonald Jr. sentence suspended

Gary Jack McDonald Jr. pleaded guilty April 22 to the amended charge of violating a protection order.

McDonald was sentenced to 364 days, had 295 days suspended for two years and was given credit for 69 days served.

Cline sentenced

Karilyn Ann Cline pleaded guilty April 22 to possession with intent to manufacturer or deliver a controlled substance.

Cline, who committed the crime April 1, was sentenced to 16 months.

A possession of a controlled substance charge was dismissed.

Saldana admits theft

Abraham Javier Saldana, 19, pleaded guilty April 22 to theft of a firearm.

Saldana, who committed the crime Nov. 21, 2013, was sentenced to 17.5 months.

Dismissed was possession of a firearm and carrying a concealed firearm.

Lesofsky sentence suspended

Mark Anthony Lesofsky, 52, of Wenatchee, pleaded guilty April 14 to the amended charge of fourth-degree assault.

The state agreed to the amended charge due to witness/evidence reasons.

Lesofsky was sentenced to 364 days with 284 days suspended for two years and credit for time served.

Murray sentenced

Aleshia Marie Murray, 24, of Tonasket, pleaded guilty April 15 to 23 counts of forgery.

Murray, who committed the crimes Sept. 1, 2013, was sentenced to 45 days.

Restitution orders entered

Restitution orders were entered April 14 for:

Kyle Lloyd Campbell, jointly/severally with Xavier Lewis Smith, to pay $27,344.04 to John Fiedler Basarab, Seattle.

Kevin Earl Devine to pay $36.76 to Roger Lee Owen of Oroville.

Jason David harder to pay $33.67 and $96.09 to Walmart.

Rachelle Marie Stanley, jointly/severally with Monte Ray Jane, to pay $9.70 to Walmart.

Durkee sentenced

Saul Seamus Durkee, 23, of Omak, pleaded guilty April 11 to second-degree assault and use of drug paraphernalia.

A fourth-degree assault was dismissed.

Durkee who committed the crimes Dec. 31, 2012, was sentenced to 89 months.

He was ordered to pay restitution of $7,486 to Eric Hammer of Okanogan and $4,765.64 to Department of Labor and Industries-Crime Victims Compensation.

Batchelder pleads guilty

Barton W. Batchelder, 67, of Tonasket, pleaded guilty April 14 to possession of more than 40 grams of marijuana.

Batchelder, who committed the crime April 21, 2012, was sentenced to 15 days.

Baker sentenced

Crystal Lea Baker, 39, pleaded guilty April 14 to taking a motor vehicle without permission, first-degree theft, first-degree trafficking in stolen property and second-degree malicious mischief.

Baker, who committed the crimes Oct. 7-9, 2012, was sentenced to 90 days, which could be served on electronic home monitoring.

Orthund sentence suspended

Brandon M. Orthund pleaded guilty April 14 to use of drug paraphernalia and possession of 40 grams or less of marijuana.

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

Edwards sentenced

Darcy Kim Edwards, 41, of Omak, pleaded guilty to second-degree burglary and third-degree theft.

Edwards, who committed the crimes July 8, 2013, was sentenced to three months.

In a separate case, the court dismissed residential burglary and second-degree charges after the state received a plea agreement in the above case and due to evidentiary issues with the second case.

Andruss sentence suspended

Henry G. Andruss, 41, of Okanogan, pleaded guilty April 11 to violation of a no contact, protection or restraining order.

Andruss was sentenced to 364 days with 272 days suspended for two years and credit given for 93 days served.

Roedel case dismissed

The court dismissed with prejudice the state’s case against Damien Ryan Roedel after completion of Okanogan County Superior Court Adult Felony Drug Court Programs.

Roedel completed an 18-month chemical dependency treat that included a 12-step program.

Lucas charged

Pablo Cisneros Lucas, 44, of Bridgeport, was charged April 8 with possession of a controlled substance-methamphetamine, third-degree driving with a suspended or revoked license and operation of a vehicle without ignition interlock.

Lucas allegedly committed the crimes April 5.

Trafficking alleged

Mariah Kristen Todd, 20, of Omak, was charged April 11 with first-degree trafficking in stolen property and third-degree theft, which allegedly occurred April 7.

Noel charged

Donna Eileen Noel, 50, of Oroville, was charged April 11 with first-degree identity theft, first-degree theft, second-degree theft and forgery, which allegedly occurred between Sept. 2012 and July 31, 2013.

Arnhold charged

Lynn Marie Arnhold, 37, of Brewster, was charged April 11 with possession of a stolen motor vehicle and resisting arrest, which allegedly occurred April 9.

Renion charged

Mongo Jerry Renion, 30, of Tonasket, was charged April 16 with residential burglary-domestic violence and violation of a no-contact, protection or restraining order, which allegedly occurred April 12.


CIVIL MATTERS From Okanogan County Superior Court records

Marriage dissolutions sought

Cody Hobbs and Heather Hobbs.

Stacey Lynn Cahill and Jerome Curtis Cahill.

Wayne Birch and Linda Lee Birch.

Patricia Silva Alejo and Salustio Castrejon.

Juanita Cervantes and Jose Cervantes Ruiz.

Gina Clark and Jimmy Clark.

Christopher S. Williams and Kallyn K. Williams.

Michael Hunter Maltais and Lisa Marianne Hueston.

Terri (Teresa) R. Anderson and G. Stephen Anderson.

Judy Ann Camp and Gordon Albert Camp.

Matt West and Kori West.

Robert M. Poletti III and Shawna Lyn Poletti.

Ramon Mariano Sarmiento and Kristin Sarmiento.


JUVENILE COURT From Okanogan County Superior Court records

Axtell pleads guilty

Jay James Axtell, 17, of Omak, pleaded guilty April 16 to second-degree rape of a child.

Axtell, who committed the crime March 1, was sentenced to 156 weeks and given credit for 42 days served.


SHERIFF From Okanogan County Sheriff’s Office complaints

April 27

Burglary on Red Dog Road, Winthrop, liquor, guns taken.

Theft on Fish Lake Road, Winthrop. Coolers, fishing rods taken.

Vehicle theft on Appleway, Okanogan.

Boy, age 16, bitten by a dog on Elmway, Okanogan.

Vehicle prowl on U.S. Highway 97, Oroville.

Medical call on Elmway, Okanogan.

April 26

Found property on Westlake Road, Oroville. Solar lights found.

Vehicle prowl on O’Neil Road, Oroville.

Vehicle crash on U.S. Highway 97, Okanogan.

Malicious mischief on Westlake Road, Oroville. Solar lights broken.

Vehicle prowl on O’Neil Road, Oroville.

Assault on Bell Canyon Road, Brewster.

Illegal burning on Elbow Coulee Road, Winthrop.

Assault on Appleway, Okanogan.

April 25

Theft on Badger Road, Tonasket.

Theft on Elmway, Okanogan.

Assault on Evans Lake Road, Riverside.

Escape from custody on North Fourth Avenue.

April 24

Vehicle crash on Lakeshore Drive, Pateros.

Harassment on Monroe Street, Okanogan.

Malicious mischief on Engh Road, Omak. Rock thrown into a van.

Vehicle crash on Nichols Road, Omak.

Theft on North Second Avenue, Okanogan.

April 23

Assault on Arrow Point Lane, Okanogan.

Fraud on Eastlake Road, Oroville. Caller sent payment for a trailer advertised online; the trailer was not delivered on the date promised.

Unattended death on North Maud Avenue, Conconully.

Unattended death on county Highway 7, Tonasket.

Theft on Jack Wells Road, Bridgeport. Trail camera taken.

Found person on North Country Vue Road, Omak. Child, age 3, found.

April 22

Harassment on West Chief Joseph Spur Road, Riverside.

Harassment on South First Avenue, Okanogan.

Malicious mischief on U.S. Highway 97, Oroville.

April 21

Vehicle crash on South Third Avenue at Rose Street, Okanogan.

Theft on North Second Avenue, Okanogan. Lock cut off a storage shed.

Theft on Elmway, Okanogan. Items taken from a storage unit.

Fraud on Summer Road, Tonasket. Caller’s name and social security number used improperly.

Vehicle crash on North Second Avenue at Pine Street, Okanogan.

Fraud on U.S. Highway 97, Oroville. Caller’s Facebook passwords changed by an estranged spouse.


OMAK POLICE From Omak Police Department complaints

April 28

Fire on Dayton Street.

April 27

Vehicle crash on Engh Road.

Medical call on Engh Road.

Medical call on Columbia Street.

Medical call on Fairy Street.

April 26

Theft on North Main Street. Cell phone taken.

Malicious mischief on West Fourth Avenue. Garbage cans knocked down.

Theft on Engh Road.

April 24

Found property on South Fir Street. Wallet found.

April 23

Burglary on Engh Road.

Medical call on Riverside Drive.

Medical call on West Hale Avenue.

April 22

Theft on East Grape Avenue.

Assault on Canyon Court Drive.

Vehicle crash on South Main Street.

Medical call on Riverside Drive.

April 21

Theft on Engh Road.

Fraud on Jasmine Street.

April 20

Malicious mischief on East Park Drive.

April 19

Window broken on West Central Avenue. Man attempting to remove acorns from a tree.

Theft on Omache Drive.

Theft on Engh Road. Ribbon, cat food and other items taken.

Unattended death on Koala Avenue.

April 18

Theft on Engh Road.

Malicious mischief on Columbia Street.

Theft on Engh Road.

April 17

Assault on Jackson Street.

Vehicle crash on Dayton Street at Railroad Avenue.

Vehicle crash on Emery Street at South Fir Street.

Vehicle crash on West Second Avenue at Ash Street.

April 15

Medical call on Senna Street.

Assault on East Central Avenue at the bridge.

April 14

Malicious mischief on Fifth Avenue.

Fraud on West Bartlett Avenue.

Theft on Engh Road.

Theft on Omache Drive.

Vehicle crash on U.S. Highway 97 at Dayton Street.

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