July 13, 2016
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Two bills to stiffen driving under the influence penalties are being discussed by the state Legislature.
A former Grand Coulee educator has been sentenced to seven years in federal prison for receipt of child pornography.
Convicted rapist and murderer Kelly Eugene Small has been granted partial resentencing for a conviction of first-degree burglary.
An Oroville man was sentenced last week to five years in federal prison for distribution of child pornography.
U.S. Border Patrol agents arrested six people involved in alleged alien smuggling near Molson on Feb. 8.
Okanogan County is being sued over its response to a water use lawsuit decided late last year by the state Supreme Court.
The state Supreme Court has denied a petition by Okanogan County to review the June 2016 Court of Appeals decision involving the county’s 2014 ATV Ordinance.
OKANOGAN — Okanogan County was billed more than $87,000 for one month’s worth of legal fees related to a lawsuit filed against the commissioners by Court Administrator Dennis Rabidou and the county’s Superior Court.
OMAK – A local man was arrested Oct. 8 on suspicion of stealing several items from Walmart, 902 Engh Road.
OMAK — Two local men have been charged in the burglary of K Hardware, 661 Riverside Drive, on the night of Sept. 24-25.
Bail was set at $750,000 today in Okanogan County Superior Court for a Pateros man accused of attempting to kill the president and CEO of Gebbers Farms on Wednesday, Sept. 7.
Parker M. Bachtold, 18, was sentenced to 30 years in prison after pleaded guilty to the premeditated first-degree murder of 39-year-old Tunk Valley resident Patrick M. Alltus.
SPOKANE – Okanogan County Superior Court Judge Hank Rawson was correct in ordering suppression of a vehicle search in a case against a man charged with a fishing violation and unlawful possession of firearms.
OKANOGAN — A Twisp woman has been found guilty of vehicular homicide and vehicular assault for a 2014 vehicle crash that killed an Arlington man. An Okanogan County Superior Court jury found Gloria Marie Mathyer, 53, guilty in the death of James E. Stutzman, 56, and for injuries suffered by his passenger, Cynthia J. Stutzman, 60, Arlington.