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A registered sex offender has notified the Okanogan County Sheriff’s Office and moved to the 400 block of South Third Avenue.

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Former Tonasket High School librarian Elizabeth Kinkade has pleaded not guilty to five counts of first-degree sexual misconduct with a minor.

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An Omak woman has been charged with holding two boys under a bed for several hours and threatening to kill them after accusing one of the boys of sexually assaulting her 3-year-old daughter.

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From Okanogan County Auditor’s Office Maria Renee Brown, 24, and Kadance Dale Kuder, 24, both of Helena, Mont. Tamra Nicole Dias, 27, and Hank Louis Avena, 47, both of Brewster.

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From Brewster Police Department reports April 24 Vehicle crash on South Seventh Street. Medical call on Hospital Way. April 23 Malicious mischief on South Seventh Street. April 22 Trespassing on South Bridge Street. Malicious mischief on South Seventh Street. Theft on South Fourth Street. Malicious mischief on South Seventh Street. Laundry room damaged. April 19 Property damage on West Griggs Avenue. Baseball went through a window. April 18 Fire on Hospital Way at State Way. ----- From Coulee Dam Police Department reports April 24 Malicious mischief on Yucca Street. Rock thrown through a window. April 23 Assault on Roosevelt Way. April 21 Burglary on Columbia Avenue. ----- From Oroville Police Department reports April 24 Lost property on Main Street. April 23 Burglary on Main Street. Medications taken. Theft on Golden Street. Camera, jewelry, coins and other items taken. April 22 Fire on Emery Road. Power pole on fire. April 21 Found property on 23rd Avenue. April 20 Attempted suicide on Kay Street. April 19 Property damage on Main Street. April 18 Theft on Main Street. Vehicle crash on Main Street. Theft on Main Street. ----- From Tonasket Police Department reports April 24 Illegal burning on South Tonasket Avenue at East Third Street. April 19 Boy bitten by a dog on North Whitcomb Avenue. April 18 Assault on Fifth Street. ----- From Okanogan County Sheriff’s Office complaints April 21 Sheep attacked and killed during the night on Kermel Road, Omak. April 20 Vehicle theft on South Fourth Avenue, Okanogan. Theft on First Street, Riverside. Fuel tank and gas can taken. Vehicle prowl on U.S. Highway 97, Oroville. Fire on Riverside Cutoff Road, Riverside. Woman and dogs attacked by a neighbor’s pit bull on Wilson Road, Winthrop. Theft on Balmes Road, Oroville. TV taken. Malicious mischief on South Third Avenue, Okanogan. Assault on South Second Avenue, Okanogan. Malicious mischief on South Second Avenue, Okanogan. April 19 Burglary on Sky Lane, Okanogan. Assault on Conconully Road, Okanogan. Vehicle crash on Malott Eastside Road, Okanogan. Medical call on South Second Avenue. Unattended death on Koala Avenue, Omak. April 18 Vehicle crash on Old Highway 97 at Pioneer Road, Brewster. Burglary on Tunk Creek Road, Riverside. Vehicle crash on Rodeo Trail Road at Armory Junction Road, Okanogan. Assault on Ed Louis Road, Okanogan. Burglary on Sawtooth Lane, Winthrop. April 17 Burglary on South Fourth Avenue, Okanogan. TV taken, dryer moved. Assault on Molson Road, Oroville. Vehicle crash on Chesaw Road. Citizen assist on Glenwood Avenue, Riverside. Man fell out of a truck. Assault on Hagood Cutoff Road, Tonasket. Theft on Eastlake Road, Oroville. April 16 Theft on Main Street, Riverside. Theft on Miller Road, Omak. Hay taken. Vehicle crash on North Sixth Avenue, Okanogan. Vehicle hit a rock wall and knocked a boulder into a driveway. Assault on Old Highway 97, Okanogan. Animal problem on Summit Lake Road, Tonasket. Two dogs shot. April 15 Theft on South Second Avenue, Okanogan. Burglary on U.S. Highway 97, Brewster. Burglary on Monse Bridge Road, Brewster. ID, Social Security card, money taken. Theft on Tyee Street, Okanogan. Speakers taken. Fraud on Sunrise Heights Road, Okanogan. Social Security number used by another person. Fire on county Highway 7, Tonasket. April 14 Theft on Twisp-Winthrop Eastside Road, Winthrop. Three bicycles taken. Fire on Miller’s Lane, Oroville. Assault on North Second Avenue, Okanogan. Assault on Elmway, Okanogan. ----- From Winthrop Marshal’s Office reports April 18 Forgery on Riverside Avenue.

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JAIL BOOKINGS From Okanogan County Sheriff’s Office records April 20 Galdino Martinez, 23, Douglas County driving while under the influence and no valid operator’s license-without identification, and a Border Patrol hold. April 19 Maria Del Carmen Santoyo-M, 36, District Court commitment for driving while under the influence.

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Coulee Medical Center Rudy Alan Esquivel, a boy, born April 10, 2014, to Jesse Esquivel and JaNae Duryea of Nespelem.

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From Okanogan County Auditor’s Office Kelcie Grace Olynyk, 17, and Jesus Denis Sandoval, 18, both of Tonasket. Alyssa Ann Descoteaux, 19, and Kyle Allyn Snyder, 23, both of Omak. Hannah Elinore Wadland, 21, and Luis Alberto Perez, 23, both of Winthrop. Seydi Pamatz Huerta, 30, and Patrick Michael Poore Jr., 34, both of Pateros

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From Okanogan County Superior Court records Gomez case dismissed The court dismissed with prejudice April 7 the state’s case against Walter Gonzalez Gomez, 31, of Brewster. Bail was exonerated. Anderson sentenced Shawna Rae Anderson, 41, of Omak, pleaded guilty April 7 to attempted endangerment with a controlled substance. Anderson, who committed the crime Aug. 2, 2013, was sentenced to four-and-a-half months. A second identical charge was dismissed. Gonzales pleads guilty Francisco Gonzales, 19, of Omak, pleaded guilty April 7 to second-degree robbery, second-degree theft and second-degree malicious mischief. Gonzales, who committed the crimes Nov. 3, 2012, was sentenced to 15 months. Gonzales was to pay restitution jointly and severally with Nicholas Renteria of $1,232.84 to Chris Allen, Okanogan, and $120 to Alicia Ramirez, Brewster. Weinthal sentenced Mark Jeffrey Weinthal, 49, of Lynnwood, pleaded guilty April 7 to possession of a controlled substance and possession of 40 grams or less of marijuana. Dismissed was use of drug paraphernalia. Weinthal, who committed the crimes Sept. 23, 2012, was sentenced to 30 days that could be served in Snohomish County. Buckmiller case dismissed The court dismissed without prejudice April 7 the state’s case against Chad Buckmiller of Oroville. Zamora sentenced Jorge Emilio Loza Zamora, 19, of Malott, pleaded guilty April 8 to possession of a controlled substance and minor possessing or consuming alcohol. Zamora, who committed the crimes March 23, was sentenced to 16 days. Carden sentenced Michelle Lynn Carden, 26, pleaded guilty April 8 to possession of a controlled substance, unlawful possession of a legend drug and use of drug paraphernalia. Carden, who committed the crimes Jan. 30, was sentenced to four months. Vehicle theft admitted Chehalis Cloud pleaded guilty April 8 to theft of a motor vehicle, which occurred between April 13 and 16, 2013, and two counts of second-degree theft, which occurred April 13, 2013. Cloud was sentenced to 60 days. Villegas pleads guilty Luis Gallegos Villegas, 29, pleaded guilty April 8 to second-degree possession of stolen property, first-degree attempted trafficking in stolen property and violation of a no contact, protection or restraining order. Villegas, who committed the crimes Jan. 26, was sentenced to 14.25 months. Valdovinos sentenced Lamberto Hernandez Valdovinos, 24, pleaded guilty April 8 to attempting to elude a pursuing police vehicle, second-degree unlawful possession of a firearm and possession of a controlled substance. Valdovinos, who committed the crimes June 18, 2013, was sentenced to 12.75 months. Smith charged Shaylin Jerran Smith, 20, of Nespelem, was charged March 31 with second-degree burglary, which allegedly occurred May 26, 2013. Vehicle theft alleged Destiny Delores Dill, 42, of Brewster, was charged April 3 with second-degree taking a motor vehicle without permission, which allegedly occurred March 29. Mitchell charged Nathan Andrew Mitchell, 25, of Oroville, was charged April 2 with harassment-threats to kill, which allegedly occurred March 31. Theft alleged Lucas Duayne Cook, 29, of Omak, was charged April 7 with taking a motor vehicle without permission, which allegedly occurred March 28. Austin charged Harvey Leroy Austin 54, was charged April 9 with possession of a controlled substance-hashish and second-degree vehicle prowling, which allegedly occurred April 6.

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From Okanogan County Auditor’s Office Ruth Emiley Friedlander, 41, and Monte Lewis Marchand Sr., 44, both of Nespelem. Otilia Pena Lopez, 36, of Oroville, and Alex A. Sanchez, 38, of Okanogan. —The Chronicle

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Three Rivers Hospital Talon Thomas Lovette, a boy, born April 4, 2014, to Tom and Callie Lovette of Twisp.

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From Washington State Patrol reports Vehicle hits tree DISAUTEL — An Omak man was taken to Mid-Valley Hospital on Thursday after his car went off state Highway 155 and hit a tree a mile north of Disautel Pass. Charles William Edwards, 59, was taken to the hospital as a precaution, the Washington State Patrol said. His crash was attributed to a medical problem; he was not injured in the crash. Edwards was southbound at 9:17 p.m. when his car went off the road to the right and hit the tree. It came to rest 30 feet off the highway. No drugs or alcohol were involved, the patrol reported. Edwards was wearing a seatbelt, but his car was damaged. No charges are anticipated, the patrol said. Pedestrian struck REPUBLIC — A local man was injured Friday when he was struck by a vehicle on state Highway 20 three miles east of town. Brandon J. Smith, 30, ran from north to south across the highway and into the path of a car driven by Penelope R. Ripple, 55, Republic. The Washington State Patrol said Smith was intoxicated and intentionally ran across the road at 7:40 p.m. Smith was taken to Ferry County Memorial Hospital in Republic and then airlifted to the Tri-Cities. Drugs or alcohol were a factor in the crash, the patrol said. Ripple’s car was damaged, but driven from the scene. The crash is under investigation.

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From Okanogan County Sheriff’s Office records April 14 Abby Rae Gardner, 35, fourth-degree assault-domestic violence. April 13 Marti Lynn Worrell, 34, possession of controlled substance-methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia. Brittany May Postel, 23, Benton County warrant for failure to appear for possession of methamphetamine. Julio Cesar Hernandez, 29, third-degree driving while license suspended and a Franklin County/Washington State Patrol warrant for failure to appear for third-degree driving while license suspended. Chelsea Marie Isoldi, 21, Douglas County warrant for failure to appear for third-degree driving while license suspended. April 12 Javier Valdovinos-Quintana, 20, Douglas County court commitment for second-degree criminal trespass. Jose Cardenas Vega, 50, fourth-degree assault-domestic violence. Raymond Wilbur Ward, 46, driving while under the influence. Joseph Edward McEthmar, 48, Omak warrants for failure to appear for driving while under the influence and failure to appear for third-degree driving while license suspended, third-degree driving while license suspended and violation of ignition interlock. Frankie Vincent Mora Jr., 33, East Wenatchee court commitment for disorderly conduct. Mongo Jerry Lodi Renion, 30, residential burglary and violation of protection order. Aaron Michael Arnold, 28, East Wenatchee court commitment for violation of no-contact order. Cameron John Taylor, 19, violation of protection order. Tyler James Kion, 23, driving while under the influence. April 11 Jason Eugene Meusy, 33, Washington State Patrol warrant for failure to appear/comply for driving while under the influence, Stevens County warrant for failure to appear for driving while under the influence and a Spokane tribal warrant for failure to appear. John Christian Cattin, 28, Douglas County third-degree driving while license suspended, Douglas County ignition interlock violation and a Grant County warrant for failure to appear for driving while under the influence. Teroux Dennard Blackburn, 53, Douglas County driving while under the influence. Chloe M. Callander, 19, Douglas County court commitments for residential burglary and first-degree theft. Jose Manuel Ibarra-Chacon, 20, court commitment for possession of controlled substance/minor in possession. Eric Robert Foyle, 30, second-degree criminal trespass and third-degree theft. Hilario Martinez Marroquin, 48, Douglas County first-degree driving while license suspended, Douglas County ignition interlock violation and a Grant County warrant. April 10 Brian Keith Wilson, 36, Douglas County failure to appear for second-degree identification theft, Grant County warrant for failure to appear for second-degree possession of stolen property and third-degree theft. Cecelia Rita Condon, 41, two counts first-degree trafficking, second-degree burglary, second-degree vehicle prowl and five counts third-degree theft. Augustina L. Flores-Purser, 24, failure to appear for no valid operator’s license. Cedar Chantrelle St. Onge, 21, first-degree trafficking, third-degree theft. Esteban Delapaz-Carillo, 40, Douglas County warrant for failure to appear for possession of controlled substance-methamphetamine, U.S. Marshal’s hold, Immigration and Customs Enforcement hold and a Douglas County warrant for failure to comply for driving while under the influence. Dakotah Dupree Condon, 22, Superior Court warrant for failure to appear for second-degree burglary and Superior Court warrant for failure to appear for first-degree trafficking. Shannon Cersten Strader, 22, first-degree kidnapping, felony harassment. Malcom David Carson, 34, Omak warrant for failure to pay for third-degree theft, Department of Corrections detainer, Grant County warrant for failure to appear for driving while under the influence, Spokane County warrant for first-degree escape, tribal warrants for two counts possession of controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia and third-degree driving while license suspended. William Scott Sanders, 42, third-degree driving while suspended and a warrant for failure to appear for third-degree driving while license suspended. April 9 Mariah Kirstin Todd, 20, third-degree theft and first-degree trafficking stolen property. Crecencio Perez Jr., 39, warrant for failure to comply for fourth-degree assault-domestic violence. Donna Eileen Noel, 50, first-degree theft, second-degree theft, forgery and first-degree identity theft. Chase Allen Speegle, 19, Douglas County felony violation of no-contact order, Douglas County fourth-degree assault and two counts violation of no-contact order. Johnny Ray McKibben, 44, Douglas County warrant for third-degree theft. Michael Aaron Cornella, 24, Omak warrant for failure to appear for third-degree theft, Washington State Patrol warrant for failure to appear for third-degree driving while license suspended and an Okanogan County warrant for failure to appear for making false statement to a public servant. Edward Adam Mangold, 54, Douglas County warrant for third-degree driving while license suspended and Douglas County ignition interlock violations. Lynn Marie Arnhold, 37, theft of a motor vehicle. Jesus Denis Sandoval, 19, hit and run unattended-property damage and third-degree driving while license suspended. Robert Brian Bradshaw, 26, second-degree burglary, first-degree trafficking stolen property, second-degree vehicle prowl and four counts third-degree theft. Victor Manuel Rodriguez, 45, warrant for failure to appear for third-degree malicious mischief-domestic violence. April 8 Jonathan Gabriel Zigler, 21, two counts residential burglary, two counts second-degree burglary, second-degree theft and second-degree possession of stolen property. Cable Ryan Ritz, 30, Department of Corrections detainer. Charleta Anya Braziel, 37, Douglas County warrant for failure to appear for first-degree driving while license suspended. Andrea Michelle Dawes, 38, East Wenatchee warrant for failure to appear for first-degree driving while license suspended. Jerrod Ray Thomas, 29, Douglas County warrant for failure to comply for third-degree driving while suspended. Garrett James Smith, 28, Douglas County warrants for failure to appear for taking a motor vehicle without permission, failure to appear for hit and run, third-degree driving while license suspended/revoked, second-degree malicious mischief, two counts third-degree assault, first-degree criminal trespassing, Douglas County warrant for violation of no-contact order and fourth-degree assault-domestic violence. Eric Scott Naruszewicz, 41, hit and run unattended-property damage. Ernesto Eduardo Mendez-Leon, 19, bench warrant for failure to appear for possession of controlled substance. Aaron David Zigler, 25, three counts residential burglary, second-degree burglary, second-degree theft, second-degree possession of stolen property and second-degree malicious mischief. Caesar Arroyo, 28, obstructing, resisting arrest, warrant for failure to appear for third-degree theft, warrant for failure to appear for violation of harassment order, two warrants for failure to appear for driving while under the influence, warrant for failure to appear for third-degree driving while license suspended/revoked and a warrant for failure to appear for violation of ignition interlock. Matthew Dylan Hendricks, 20, Douglas County two counts forgery. Ruben Morales Ramirez, 31, Douglas County court commitment for first-degree driving while license suspended/revoked. Aaron Tyler Mack, 31, Coulee Dam warrant for failure to appear for third-degree driving while license suspended/revoked. Jared Patrick McLaughlin, 23, reckless driving, driving while under the influence and third-degree driving while license suspended/revoked. April 7 Francisco Gonzalez, 19, Washington State Patrol warrants for failure to appear for paraphernalia use and possession of under 40 grams of marijuana and possession of under 40 grams of marijuana, second-degree robbery, second-degree theft and second-degree malicious mischief. Barry J. Collins, 29, warrant for failure to appear for first-degree driving while license suspended, residential burglary, second-degree burglary, second-degree theft and second-degree malicious mischief. Ronald Eugene Moore, 33, warrant for first-degree murder, warrant for theft of a firearm, warrant for two counts second-degree assault and a warrant for unlawful possession of a firearm. Kevin Bert Priest, 48, first-degree driving while license suspended. Adam Dale Ellis, 47, Chelan County warrant for parole violation, Chelan County warrant for failure to appear for possession of alcohol in a park. Carl Allen Snyder, 49, driving while under the influence. Damon Shane Condon, 37, Grant County warrant for failure to appear for second-degree driving while license suspended. Roberta Joy Staggs, 40, warrant for failure to appear for third-degree driving while license suspended. From Colville Tribal Corrections records April 13 Kyle W. Desautel, 35, disobedience of a lawful court order and resisting arrest or process. April 12 Kendra R. Abrahamson, 23, tribal warrant for battery-domestic violence. Glenn F. Desautel, 43, tribal warrant for failure to pay child support and Okanogan County warrant for no valid operator’s license. April 11 Mylan Williams, 35, arson and attempted criminal homicide. April 10 Karen L. Timentwa, 47, court commitment for physical control and driving while suspended/revoked. David E. Matt, 36, battery-domestic violence. From Okanogan County Superior Court records Easement complaint filed Lonnie and Molly Dixon filed Feb. 18 a complaint for prescriptive easement or in the alternative for a private way of necessity; and for injunctive relief against Teri G. Mitschelen. Superior Court Judge Hank Rawson recused himself from the case Feb. 20. From Okanogan County Sheriff’s Office complaints April 13 Vehicle theft on South Fourth Avenue, Okanogan. Assault on Monse Bridge Road, Brewster. April 12 Assault on Engh Road, Omak. Theft on Ninemile Road, Oroville. Malicious mischief on South Fourth Avenue, Okanogan. Vehicle theft on Max Goehry Road, Brewster. Theft on Plata Road, Brewster. Theft on state Highway 20, Tonasket. Pipe taken. Unattended death on Barnholt Loop Road, Okanogan. April 11 Malicious mischief on Early Sunrise Drive, Tonasket. Lock cut on storage unit. Vehicle crash on U.S. Highway 97, Pateros. Burglary on Old Highway 97, Brewster. Fire on county Highway 7, Tonasket. Barn burned. April 10 Theft on Wolf Creek Road, Winthrop. Laptop, ax, tools and prescription medication taken from a vehicle. Theft on Beach Street, Pateros. Vehicle crash on South First Avenue, Okanogan. Vehicle crash on Jack Wells Road, Bridgeport. April 9 Assault on Coole Water Way, Tonasket. Burglary on U.S. Highway 97, Okanogan. Fraud on South Orchard Loop, Tonasket. Assault on state Highway 20, Winthrop. Vehicle crash on U.S. Highway 97, near Wells Dam. Patrol vehicle rear-ended. Fire on Robinson Canyon Road, Omak. Assault on Copple Road, Omak. Vehicle crash on East Seventh Street, Tonasket. Basketball hoop and mailbox hit. Burglary on Pine Street, Okanogan. April 8 Assault on North Second Avenue, Okanogan. Burglary on B&O North Road, Okanogan. Tools taken. Theft on Omak River Road, Omak. Theft on North Independence Street, Pateros. Basketball hoop taken. Theft on Morris Road, Okanogan. Vanity and mirror taken. Burglary on Sagebrush Trail, Omak. Burglary on Twisp-Winthrop Eastside Road, Winthrop. Fraud on South Fifth Avenue, Okanogan. April 7 Theft on Sunset Drive, Brewster. Metal taken. Theft on Thurlow Road, Twisp. Trail camera taken. Burglary on Aeneas Valley Road, Tonasket. Cabin entered. Malicious mischief on U.S. Highway 97; location not given. Vehicle window broken. Vehicle crash on Old Riverside Highway, Omak. Medical call on Fifth Avenue, Okanogan. Illegal burning on Erickson Drive, Brewster. Vehicle crash on Valley Road, Brewster.

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From Douglas County Sheriff’s Office reports April 11 Hazard on 11th Street near the school, Bridgeport. April 10 Malicious mischief on Whitehall Road, Coulee City. April 9 Theft in Coulee Dam; location not given. April 8 Domestic disturbance at 400 Fairview Ave., Bridgeport. April 6 Animal problem at 26 McCormack St., Bridgeport Bar. April 5 Malicious mischief at 108 Arden St., Bridgeport Bar.

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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

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From Okanogan County Superior Court records Dissolution granted Kaarin E. Kelly and Steven J. Kelly, with wife’s name changed to Kaarin E. Starr.

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From Okanogan County Sheriff’s Office records April 6 David Lee Fitzgerald, 58, driving while under the influence. Stormy Renee Picard, 39, driving while under the influence, third-degree driving while license suspended/revoked.

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From Okanogan County Superior Court records Martinez dismissal The court dismissed without prejudice March 24 the state’s case against Juan Aparicio Martinez, 21, of Brewster.

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From Okanogan County Auditor’s Office Belen Gomez-Oros, 19, Pateros, and Hugo Martinez, 21, Bridgeport. Dusty Lynn Simpson, 34, and William Michael Bozman, 56, both Okanogan. Alexandra Janet Lopez, 18, and Reynaldo Cosino Almanza, 24, both Chelan.

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Mid-Valley Hospita

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The state Court of Appeals has upheld the first-degree murder conviction of Tansy Fay-Arwen Mathis in the 2009 death of Michelle Kitterman.

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