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May 7, 2014- News of Record

From Okanogan County Sheriff’s Office records

May 5

Luis A. Arroyo Villanueva, 21, fourth-degree assault-domestic violence.

Seth Adam Stough, 35, Omak warrant for failure to appear for second-degree criminal trespass.

May 4

Francisco M. Martinez, 21, Douglas County driving while under the influence.

William E. Early, 30, fourth-degree assault-domestic violence.

Jason Matthew Crow, 41, Douglas County warrants for failure to appear for possession of controlled substance, and failure to appear for third-degree driving while license suspended/revoked.

Joseph Duane Chaney, 23, Omak warrant for failure to appear for third-degree theft.

John Leon Thomas, 62, first-degree trespassing.

May 3

Kelsey Ann Billerm, 24, Douglas County possession of controlled substance-heroin.

Juan Carlos Ortiz Ramirez, 37, Douglas County driving while under the influence and a Border Patrol hold.

Christopher Ryan Sarvis, 28, Douglas County possession of controlled substance-heroin, possession of controlled substance-Clonazepan and maintaining a drug property.

May 2

Jason Leroy George, 48, fourth-degree assault-domestic violence.

Eric John Felton, 40, two counts Douglas County second-degree criminal trespass.

Miguel Luis Tamayo, 40, Douglas County escape from community custody.

Eva Lily McKinney, 24, Drug Court violation.

Lane Charles Priest, 20, Drug Court violation.

Gabriel Prida-Castaneda, 30, third-degree assault of a child and a Border Patrol hold.

Ernesto Eduardo Mendez-Leon, 19, fourth-degree assault-domestic violence.

May 1

Brian Kristopher Boyd, 33, Omak warrants for failure to appear for third-degree theft, failure to appear for first-degree criminal trespass and failure to appear for third-degree theft, and a Washington State Patrol warrant for failure to appear for third-degree driving while license suspended.

Miguel Angel Amezcua-Mora, 20, warrants for failure to comply for third-degree malicious mischief-domestic violence and failure to comply for disorderly conduct.

Sandra Michelle Quirk, 54, third-degree malicious mischief.

Crystal Lee Laffranci, 30, Douglas County warrant for failure to appear for bail jumping.

Justin Glen Wood, 32, Douglas County vehicular assault, tampering with a witness, two counts reckless endangerment, attempting to elude and third-degree driving while license suspended.

Jacob Ryan Neely, 21, third-degree theft.

Jeremy Carl Hillius, 34, Douglas County warrants for failure to appear for possession of controlled substance-methamphetamine, failure to appear for first-degree theft and escape from community custody.

Gleen Francis Desautel, 43, warrant for failure to appear for no valid operator’s license.

Linda Luann Carson, 24, Spokane County warrant for failure to appear for driving while under the influence.

Suzanna Marie Marchand, 31, Douglas County warrant for failure to appear for second-degree theft.

Michael R. Thompson, 35, third-degree driving while license suspended.

Chad Elliot Monnin, 39, court commitment for driving while under the influence and third-degree driving while license suspended.

Barton Wright Batchelder, 67, court commitment for possession of marijuana less than 40 grams.

Walter Gonzalez Gonzalez-Gomez, 21, Douglas County intimidating a witness.

April 30

Cory John Lockwood, 22, driving while under the influence.

Mary Ellen Smith-Capote, 44, court commitment for driving while under the influence.

Darren Clay Steele, 50, Douglas County driving while under the influence.

Joanna Sue Lara, 32, two counts Douglas County fourth-degree assault-domestic violence.

Justin William Nanpuya, 37, Department of Corrections detainer.

Mark Alex Nysti, 39, violation of no-contact/protection order.

Damon James Elmendorf, 53, court commitment for contempt of court.

Micheal Ray Espinoza, 19, Douglas County warrant for failure to appear for third-degree malicious mischief.

Xavier Lewis Smith, 22, Department of Corrections detainer and a Superior Court warrant for failure to appear for residential burglary.

Tyson Issac Andrew, 30, probable cause warrant for failure to register as a sex offender.

Joshua Curtus Carpenter, 22, Oroville court commitments for driving while under the influence and second-degree driving while license suspended.

Daniel Sanchez-Jimon, 25, no valid operator’s license-without identification, two Oroville warrants for failure to appear for violation of anti-harassment order, two Oroville warrants for failure to appear for violation of a protection order and a Border Patrol detainer.

Oscar Olvera-Chavero, 34, Douglas County court commitment for third-degree driving while license suspended.

April 29

Ronni Lynn Sandoval, 45, Omak warrant for failure to appear for third-degree theft.

Eric Allen Harbin, 23, felony harassment, first-degree criminal trespass and resisting arrest.

Justin Thomas Gentemann, 24, Washington State Patrol warrant for failure to appear for driving while under the influence.

Dacia Lee Mackarness, 41, three Tonasket warrants for failure to appear for violation of anti-harassment order and another for failure to appear for harassment.

Ishna Rayman Mason, 33, second-degree vehicle prowl and third-degree theft.

Timothy Raymond Thomas, 55, possession of controlled substance-methamphetamine, third-degree driving while license suspended, possession of drug paraphernalia and a Grant County warrant for third-degree theft.

Jaryd Scott Lyon, 21, Douglas County warrant for failure to appear for minor in possession.

Chelsie Lee Ann Yzaguirre, 20, Douglas County warrants for failure to appear for third-degree theft and failure to appear for second-degree vehicle prowl.

Michel Loyd Hicks, 33, Superior Court warrants for failure to appear for identity theft, failure to appear for two counts second-degree theft and failure to appear for four counts third-degree theft.

Miguel Angel Nino-Chavez, 28, order of production.

Jeremiah Dale Fuller, 30, Douglas County three counts first-degree possession of child pornography, and three counts second-degree possession of child pornography.

Michael Phillip Aspen, 21, Douglas County bond surrender for first-degree malicious mischief.

Efrain Leon Rivera, 51, warrant for failure to appear for driving while under the influence and a warrant for failure to appear for refusal to comply.

David Rollin Carrier, 50, possession of controlled substance, use of drug paraphernalia.

Ezra Thomas Chapman, 33, District Court commitment for driving while under the influence.

Dustin Cody Smith, 28, possession of stolen vehicle, third-degree driving while license suspended.

Erika Elaine Moore, 33, Douglas County warrant for failure to appear for third-degree driving while license suspended.

Jessica Elizabeth Freiley, 23, possession of stolen vehicle.

April 28

Desiree Joyce Abrahamson, 22, Omak warrant for failure to appear for possession of marijuana-under 40 grams.



From Colville Tribal Corrections records

May 3

Robert D. Williams, tribal warrants for driving while license suspended/revoked, minor in possession and disorderly conduct.

May 2

Jennifer L. Valdez, 20, tribal warrant for battery and an Okanogan County warrant for third-degree theft.

Jacob M. Jackson, 26, tribal warrant for failure to comply, domestic violence, battery, arson and an Okanogan County warrant for failure to appear for third-degree theft.

April 30

Harry A. Williams, 31, tribal warrant for unauthorized use of vehicle, vehicular homicide and two counts vehicular assault.



From Okanogan County Sheriff’s Office complaints

May 5

Malicious mischief on South First Avenue, Okanogan. Graffiti on arsenic plant wall.

Damage to Twisp Airport Road, Twisp.

May 4

Assault on U.S. Highway 97, Brewster.

Vehicle crash on West Fourth Street at county Highway 7, Tonasket.

Vehicle crash on Loomis-Oroville Road, Tonasket.

Burglary on Poor Man’s Lane, Riverside.

Trespassing on Gun Dog Road, Twisp.

May 3

Assault on North Second Avenue, Okanogan.

Vehicle theft on South Third Avenue, Okanogan.

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

Burglary on East Chewuch Road, Winthrop.

Harassment on Old Highway 97, Okanogan.

Theft on Mill Street, Okanogan.

Burglary on Bench Creek Road, Tonasket.

Burglary on Hendrick Road, Omak.

Locator beacon activated on Lost River Road, Mazama.

Theft on Main Street, Riverside. Gas drive-off.

Malicious mischief on Miller Road, Omak. Tires flattened.

May 2

Harassment on South Second Avenue, Okanogan.

Harassment on Maple Street, Okanogan.

Lost property on Golden Road, Oroville.

Vehicle crash on West Warren Avenue, Pateros.

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

Vicious animal on Hubbard Road, Riverside. Pit bull mix dog killed a Chihuahua mix dog.

Goat killed on Cartwright Drive, Tonasket.

Burglary on North Fork Road, Conconully. Cabin entered.

Burglary on Mountain View Drive, Oroville. Locks broken off shed, power box damaged, heat tape unplugged allowing pipes to freeze and break.

May 1

Theft on Elmway, Okanogan. Beer smuggled out of store in a baby seat with blanket over it.

Theft on Lakeshore Drive, Pateros. Gasoline and fuel tank taken.

Malicious mischief on state Highway 153, Twisp. Sprinkler system damaged.

Theft on J.H. Green Road, Riverside. Scrap metal, wood stove, wheels taken.

Lost property on North Fourth Avenue, Okanogan. Camera lost.

Theft on South Fifth Avenue, Okanogan.

Theft on county Highway 7, Tonasket. Medication taken from a mailbox.

Assault on South First Avenue, Okanogan.

April 30

Assault on North Fourth Avenue, Okanogan.

Fraud on Valley Ridge Road, Brewster.

Vehicle crash on South Fourth Avenue, Okanogan.

Burglary on Rodeo Trail Road, Okanogan. Equipment sheds entered.

Theft on Elmway, Okanogan. Candy and chocolate chips taken.

Vicious animal on North Lottie Avenue, Conconully.

Harassment on Engh Road, Omak.

Road rage on Cayuse Mountain Road, Tonasket.

Vehicle theft on Old Riverside Highway, Omak.

Fraud on South Fifth Avenue, Okanogan.

April 29

Harassment on Murray Street, Okanogan.

Theft on Wolf Creek Road, Winthrop. Cedar logs taken.

Fraud on North B Avenue, Conconully.

Theft on Fish Lake Road, Tonasket. Medication, sleeping bag taken from a vehicle.

Vehicle recovered on Omak-Riverside Eastside Road, Omak.

Theft on Monse River Road, Brewster. Caller’s name used to get a credit card; $7,000 charged since April 1.

Harassment (cyber-bullying) on South Fifth Avenue, Okanogan.

Malicious mischief on Lakevue Heights Drive, Oroville. Tires slashed.

Vehicle crash on Monse Bridge Road, Brewster.

Attempted suicide on East Methow Valley Highway, Twisp.

Lost property at Aeneas Lake, Tonasket. Floatation vest taken.

April 28

Vehicle theft on Buttermilk Creek Road, Winthrop.

Theft on O’Neil Road, Oroville. Fuel tank taken.



From Okanogan County Superior Court records

Yaksic finishes program

Amanda Louise Yaksic was awarded April 25 completion of the Okanogan County Superior Adult Felony Drug Court Program.

Allen acquitted

A judgment of acquittal and order of immediate release from custody was entered March 12 in the state’s case against Joshua Allen.

Allen was found not guilty of two charges in a jury trial March 11.

Tannehill sentence suspended

Raymond James Tannehill of Winthrop pleaded guilty April 28 to fourth-degree assault-domestic violence and third-degree malicious mischief.

Tannehill was sentenced to 364 days with 360 days suspended for 2 years and credit for 4 days served.

Restitution ordered

Joseph G. Scholz was ordered April 12 to pay restitution of $2,425.66 to Zachary Kuhlmann of Tonasket and $2,310.36 to LifeWise Health Plan of Washington.

Restitution amended

The court amended a restitution order May 1 for Frances Joann Edwards, eliminating jointly and severally.

Edwards is ordered to pay $4,320.06 to Foremost Insurance Co. and $100 to Norman Dunckel of Omak.

Vanbrunt sentenced

Laura Diane Vanbrunt, 44, of Okanogan, pleaded guilty April 28 to first-degree theft and second-degree theft.

Vanbrunt committed first-degree theft Nov. 1, 2011 to Dec. 31, 2012, and second-degree theft from Jan. 6, 2012, to Jan. 2, 2013.

Vanbrunt was sentenced to 90 days and to pay restitution of $10,000 to Liberty Mutual and $15,068.29 to Baines Title Co.

Scaramozzino sentenced

James Anthony Scaramozzino pleaded guilty May 1 to eight counts of first-degree unlawful possession of a firearm.

Scaramozzino, who committed the crimes Aug. 3 and had extensive prior convictions, was sentenced to 50.75 months.

Jones case dismissed

The court dismissed with prejudice May 1 the state’s case against Ervin D. Jones.

Snyder sentenced

An ordered was entered April 29 for Kyle Allen Snyder, terminating a DOSA program and releasing the defendant to serve the unexpired term of up to 29.75 months of his sentence.

The order was entered due to Snyder’s violation of conditions of supervision and comply with a DOSA program.

In a separate case, Snyder pleaded guilty March 27 to possession with intent to manufacture or deliver a controlled substance, unlawful possession of a legend drug and third-degree driving with a suspended or revoked license.

Snyder, who committed the crimes Nov. 23, 2013, was sentenced April 29 to 90 days.

In another case, Snyder pleaded guilty March 27 to possession with intent to manufacture or deliver a controlled substance and use of drug paraphernalia.

Snyder, who committed the crimes Dec. 29, 2013, was sentenced to 120 months.

Lepire sentenced

Randy Benjamin Lepire, 24, pleaded guilty April 28 to possession of a stolen firearm, first-degree trafficking in stolen property and resisting arrest.

Lepire, who committed the first two crimes Feb. 13 and resisting Feb. 15, was sentenced to 90 days.

Dismissed was second-degree unlawful possession of a firearm.

Valdovinos admits possession

Rodolfo Valdovinos pleaded guilty April 28 to possession of a controlled substance.

A charge of use of drug paraphernalia was dismissed.

Valdovinos, who committed the crime Dec. 14, 2013, was sentenced to 12 months.

In a second case, Valdovinos pleaded guilty to second-degree theft-access device, third-degree theft and second-degree vehicle prowl.

Residential burglary and second-degree robbery charges were also dismissed.

Valdovinos, who committed the crimes Nov. 16, 2013, was sentenced to 12 months.

Cardoza case dismissed

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

Sanchez sentenced

Alex Anthony Sanchez, 38, pleaded guilty April 23 to third-degree assault, unlawful imprisonment and tampering with evidence.

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

Hardy charged

Christine Marie Hardy, 26, of Okanogan, was charged April 28 with first-degree burglary and fourth-degree assault, which allegedly occurred April 23.

Drug charges filed

Michael Anthony Eisen, 25, of Oroville, was charged April 28 with possession of a controlled substance and use of drug paraphernalia, which allegedly occurred April 23.

Heisey charged

Shane M. Heisey, 27, was charged April 28 with possession of a controlled substance-methamphetamine, which allegedly occurred April 18.

Descoteaux charged

Alyssa Ann Descoteaux, 19, of Okanogan, was charged April 30 with two counts of possession of a controlled substance-methamphetamine and heroin, possession of 40 grams or less of marijuana and use of drug paraphernalia, which allegedly occurred April 25.



From Omak Police Department complaints

May 4

Theft on East Dewberry Avenue. Laptop taken from a car.

Shoplifter on Engh Road.

Burglary on North Ash Street.

Theft on Engh Road.

May 3

Theft in East Side Park. Generator taken from a campsite.

Theft on Omache Drive.

Assault on South Main Street.

Lost property on South Main Street. License plate missing from a vehicle.

May 2

Animal abuse on Omak Avenue. Small lab-type dog with duct tape and bottles around its neck.

May 1

Burglary on Okoma Drive.

Vehicle prowl on North Douglas Street.

Theft on Riverside Drive.

April 30

Theft on 11th Street at East Fifth Avenue. Air compressor taken.

Theft on Quince Street.

Harassment on West Apple Avenue.

April 29

Malicious mischief on Omak Avenue.

Burglary on North Douglas Street. Shed entered.

Malicious mischief on Okoma Drive.

Vehicle recovered on Omak-Riverside Eastside Road.

Harassment on South Cedar Street.

Vehicle crash on Koala Avenue.

April 28

Fire on Shumway Road.

Attempted suicide on Koala Avenue.

Theft on North Elm Street.

Theft on North Douglas Street.



From Okanogan County Superior Court records

Degerman pleads guilty

Justin Samuel Degerman, 15, of Omak, pleaded guilty April 23 to first-degree trafficking in stolen property, 13 counts of second-degree vehicle prowl, second-degree theft-access device and six counts of third-degree theft.

Degerman committed the trafficking and a count of vehicle prowling March 10 and the other charges March 19.

Three charges were dismissed.

Degerman was sentenced 52 to 65 weeks in a state institution and 12 months of community service after his release.

Moran sentenced

Aric Stonechild Moran, 17, of Nespelem, pleaded guilty March 19 to minor in a public place exhibiting effects of liquor.

Moran, who committed the crimes Feb. 15, was sentenced to 12 days and 15 weeks of community service.

Abrahamson pleads guilty

Halee Jean Abrahamson, 14, of Omak, pleaded guilty March 12 to second-degree taking a motor vehicle without permission.

Abrahamson, who committed the crime Jan. 19, was sentenced to 19 days and 12 months of community service.

Samuels sentenced

Alexis Lanette Samuels, 12, of Nespelem, pleaded guilty April 23 to use of drug paraphernalia.

Samuels, who committed the crime Dec. 30, 2013, was sentenced to 16 days and 9 months of community service.

Salcedo sentenced

Melina Salcedo, 12, of Okanogan, pleaded guilty April 23 to second-degree taking a motor vehicle without permission.

Salcedo, who committed the crime Jan. 19, was sentenced to 23 days and 12 months of community supervision.

Johnson pleads guilty

Adreana Lynn Johnson, 15, of Omak, pleaded guilty March 12 to possession of marijuana while under age 21.

Johnson, who committed the crime Dec. 9, 2013, was sentenced to 2 days.

In a second case, Johnson pleaded guilty to fourth-degree assault-domestic violence and third-degree malicious mischief-domestic violence.

Johnson, who committed the crimes Dec. 12, 2013, was sentenced to 5 days and 6 months of community supervision.

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