Editor's note: Most items in this section reflect the starting point for response by local police and emergency agencies. The Lincoln County Sheriff's Office does not release names of individuals who report possible criminal or suspicious activities to dispatchers or alleged victims for this column.
May 28: A collision involving a vehicle and a deer took place on I-90 near Sprague.
An extremely loud black motorcycle without a muffler was observed going through the Northridge area of Davenport at high speeds.
A brush fire burned about three acres adjacent to Geraldine Lane, northeast of Deer Meadows.
A Sprague woman asked for assistance with an unwanted person at her residence in the 400 block of West Second.
A Gravelle Road resident reported his six-week-old Siberian husky had been stolen.
An Edwall woman reported her vehicle had been taken without permission from a Nance Avenue residence.
The driver of a vehicle involved in a rollover collision on SR 2 west of Davenport was transported to Lincoln Hospital for treatment of possible injuries.
May 29: After a deputy contacted him about leaving the Fort Spokane Store without paying for his breakfast (even though he had given a $23 tip), a man agreed to return there and settle up. He explained he thought he had paid.
Residents of Stone Ridge Trail reported threats they had received to the Reardan Police Department.
A Davenport area woman reported her daughter as a runaway.
Mick's Auto reported that a woman took a vehicle out on a test drive earlier that morning and hadn't yet returned it.
May 30: A caller advised that a vehicle continually drives down Fourth in Sprague each morning at 7 at about 75 mph and disobeys all stop signs.
Deputies and Odessa Police investigated the theft of aviation fuel from the Wilbur-Ellis (Smith Air) facility at the Odessa airport.
Copper thieves apparently struck at a county radio communications site.
A jeep was reported stolen from property on Seven Dairy Springs Road.
A pickup truck struck a deer on King Ranch Road near Odessa.
May 31: Davenport ambulance personnel assisted a man who fell six feet off his semi-truck.
A Davenport area man reported the theft of lumber from property on Scharff Road.
Deputies investigated what was described as a suspicious piece of mail addressed to the District Court judge.
Deputies responded to a report of credit card fraud against personnel at Davenport Building Supply.
Minor damage was reported to an occupied Wilbur School District bus after a fender-bender on the Keller grade. No one was hurt.
A Harrington man advised of harassment against him from people who "were going out of their way to make his life miserable and call him names."
A deadbolt lock on a back door of a residence on Forest Drive East in Davenport was found to have been kicked in. Damage was estimated at $40 and about $20 worth of perishable goods was missing from a pantry.
Deputies took a woman into custody after a reported domestic assault at a residence on SR 174 north of Wilbur.
Loud music was reported playing from a mobile home in the 300 block of East First in Sprague.
Police warned a woman was warned about leaving children unattended in a vehicle parked outside Sandy's Thrift in Wilbur.
June 1: What a caller thought was a very loud domestic dispute at a neighboring residence in Grand Coulee turned out to be a party, the two deputies who responded to the report discovered.
Davenport ambulance personnel were called to the scene of a collision involving a pickup truck and a motorcycle in front of Horizon Credit Union on Morgan Street.
A caller advised that a black motorcycle was traveling at about 100 mph on SR 28 near Odessa and had passed her on a double yellow line.
Deputies arrested a driver who at one point was clocked at 131 mph on SR 2 between Wilbur and east of Creston. A pursuit involving Wilbur Police began there; the vehicle didn't slow down at all while traveling through Creston.
A Davenport woman told dispatchers someone had placed a political sign on her property without permission.
A one-vehicle rollover was reported on East Lake Lane in Sprague.
Wilbur Police assisted an 85-year-old man who had fallen.
Reardan Police took a woman's report of a vehicle traveling at high speed and almost rolling near her home on North Lake Street.
Reardan Police dealt with an intoxicated man at Bubba's.
June 2: Washington State Patrol requested deputy assistance with a vehicle that had been traveling more than 100 mph on SR 2 west of Davenport.
A vehicle was observed traveling erratically on SR 2 just east of Davenport, trying to run someone over and "doing brodies."
A vehicle found alongside SR 174 in the Grand Coulee area had been trashed, windows broken out and body damage reported.
A vehicle involved in a collision on SR 25 about six miles north of Davenport was observed leaking fluid. An occupant was transported to Lincoln Hospital for treatment for possible injuries.
Two vehicles collided at SR 21 and Haden Road.
A deputy assisted National Park Service officers in a narcotics-related incident at Hawk Creek campground.
A collision involving a car and a deer was reported on Rocklyn Road. Another occurred on I-90 near Sprague.
Sprague firefighters were advised of a field burn behind the county shop on Sprague Highway Road.
June 3: A caller reported suspicious activity at a vacant residence on West First in Sprague.
The wind could have been responsible for a wide open door at the Harrington Opera House.
A Davenport woman told dispatchers that two individuals were harassing her through constant and vulgar text messages.
May 31: Tonya M. Stewart, 46, Spokane, confined four days by the court for driving while under the influence.
Katrina C. Graham, 22, Cheney, held under contract with the City of Cheney.
Chance A. Whitworth, 28, Spokane, arrested by Lincoln County Sheriff's Office (LCSO) for third-degree theft and third-degree driving while license suspended.
Petra A. Crinklaw, 24, Grand Coulee, arrested by LCSO for fourth-degree assault (domestic violence).
June 1: Rusty W. Shore, 28, Spokane, arrested by Washington State Patrol for failing to comply with the court's sentence for driving while under the influence and while license suspended.
Ryan A. Kettenburg, 19, Snohomish, Wash., arrested by Wilbur Police for attempting to elude law enforcement.
June 2: Nicholas G. Finch, 26, Newport, Wash., arrested by Reardan Police for violating a no-contact order.
Rodney H. Wilson, 46, Moses Lake, arrested by LCSO on an out-of-county warrant for second-degree burglary.
Buster Johnson, 48, Winlock, Wash., arrested by LCSO for an out-of-county warrant for failing to appear for driving while license suspended.
Sara A. Richardson, 37, Spokane, arrested by LCSO for second-degree taking a motor vehicle without the owner's permission.
Tianna W. Coldiron, 23, Creston, arrested by LCSO on an out-of-county warrant for possession of drug paraphernalia.
June 4: Alan L. Almand, 43, Spokane, held under contract with the Washington State Department of Corrections.
Lincoln County Auditor's Office
Andrew Harry Tomchick, 68, and Janet Louise Heiden, 75, both of Davenport.
Eric Adam Simmons, 33, and Jennifer Liwanag Richmond, 28, both of Spokane Valley.
Lincoln County Clerk's Office
New filings: 57 involving persons living outside Lincoln County.
Petitions for legal separation: 3 involving persons living outside Lincoln County.
Petitions for dissolution of domestic partnership: 1 involving persons living outside Lincoln County.
Joshua F. Grant, Judge
Victoria Doreen Justice, Spokane, driving while license suspended, pleaded guilty, $493 court assessments, 12 months supervised and 12 months unsupervised probation.
Jesus Amador Montes, Kennewick, driving while under the influence, amended at prosecutor's request to reckless driving, pleaded guilty, 1 day jail, $792.14 court assessments (including $49.14 restitution to Lincoln County Sheriff's Office), 12 months supervised and 12 months unsupervised probation, no possession or use of alcohol and non-prescribed drugs, alcohol/drug evaluation and treatment, DUI victims' panel.
Justin Cole Mills, Davenport, possession of drug paraphernalia, amended to sell or give drug paraphernalia, fined $250 plus $150 attorney fees.
Garrett Allen Stensgar, Omak, driving while under the influence, amended at prosecutor's request to minor operating vehicle with alcohol over .02, pleaded guilty, 1 day jail, $793 court assessments, 12 months supervised and 12 months unsupervised probation, no possession or use of alcohol and non-prescribed drugs, alcohol/drug evaluation and treatment, DUI victims' panel.
Teeadaun Pearl McCoy, Fruitland, driving while under the influence, pleaded guilty, 1 day jail, $1,656 court assessments, 12 months supervised and 12 months unsupervised probation, ignition interlock, alcohol/drug evaluation and treatment, DUI victims' panel.
Roxanne Leona Boyer, Omak, driving while license suspended, pleaded guilty, 5 days jail (2 converted to 20 hours community service), $843 court assessments, 12 months supervised and 12 months unsupervised probation.
Wade Lynn Lusk, Spokane, driving while license suspended, pleaded guilty, $945 court assessments, 12 months supervised and 12 months unsupervised probation.
Christopher James Brown, Spokane, probation violation (driving while under the influence), 354 days electronic home monitoring with alcohol monitoring, $150 court costs.
Norman Bo Sammaripa, Nespelem, driving while license suspended, pleaded guilty, 40 days electronic home monitoring, $743 court assessments, 12 months supervised and 12 months unsupervised probation; no ignition interlock, dismissed at prosecutor's request.
John F. Strohmaier, Judge
Matthew Taylor Stinnett, 34, Moses Lake, pleaded guilty to third-degree theft (amended through plea negotiations from second-degree theft). His sentence of 364 days jail and a $5,000 fine was suspended, but he was ordered to pay $800 restitution to the Odessa Fire Department and $700 court costs. The case involved a check drawn on a blocked or frozen bank account used to pay the OFD for a van sold at auction.
Kenneth Jeffery Hoover, 56, Davenport, pleaded guilty to four counts of possession of methamphetamine. No confinement was involved in his sentence and a $1,000 fine was waived. He must pay $800 court costs; a $150 crime lab fee also was waived.
Nicole Denise Landsiedel, 40, Davenport, pleaded guilty to solicitation to possess methamphetamine (amended through plea negotiations from criminal conspiracy to deliver methamphetamine). Her sentence of 364 days confinement and a $5,000 fine was suspended, but she was ordered to pay $243 court costs, serve 12 months probation, complete alcohol/drug counseling and not use non-prescribed drugs.
Michael Anthony Moro, 25, Spokane, entered an Alford plea to possession of marijuana (less than 40 grams), amended through plea negotiations from delivery of marijuana. His sentence of 90 days in jail was suspended, but he must serve 12 months probation and pay $243 court costs.
Juvenile Offender Dispositions
Peter J. Hodgson, 16, of Creston, was ordered May 22 to pay $1,053 restitution to cover unauthorized credit card charges. His Feb. 14 disposition for second-degree theft included 30 days detention (6 credited as served), 60 hours community service, $100 court costs and 12 months community supervision.
A 13-year-old Davenport boy pleaded guilty to an amended charge of third-degree assault (domestic violence) in connection with a April 24 incident during which his mother suffered strangulation, was punched with fists and slapped. He must complete 20 days detention (7 credited as served), 50 hours community service, 12 months community supervision and attend "aggression replacement therapy" classes and sex education and counseling. He also must not have any contact with a female student at Davenport High School.
First-Citizens Bank and Trust, of North Carolina, the petitioner, was awarded an $111,929.96 default judgment against Jeffery C. Lewis and Ruth A. Lewis of Everett, Wash. The matter involves a June 2007 promissory note on property on Partridge Lane North in the Hawk Creek area.
New Criminal Cases
Justin Cole Mills, 23, Davenport, is charged with second-degree theft in connection with an April 30 incident involving stolen railroad materials valued at about $4,000. The items were reported stolen near Davenport High School.
Shane Ernest Floyd, 31, Spokane, is charged with second-degree theft in connection with a Feb. 27 incident in which an aluminum semi-trailer valued at $3,000 was taken from property in the Grand Coulee area and cut up.
Jeremy Wayne Brotherton, 24, Spokane, is charged with felony harassment and fourth-degree assault in connection with a May 20 incident at a Sprague residence, where a woman felt her life had been threatened.
Sara Anne Richardson, 37, Davenport, is charged with second-degree theft of a motor vehicle (by color or deception) after Mick's Auto in Davenport reported that a vehicle had not been returned from a test drive on May 29.
New Juvenile Offender Case
A 17-year-old Odessa girl is charged with possession of marijuana and use of drug paraphernalia in connection with a May 2 incident.
Estate of Kay R. Pelayo, of Creston, who died April 6.
A non-probate notice to creditors was filed on behalf of the estate of Ronald David McRae.
Estate of Daniel E. Plaster, of Edwall, who died May 21.
Estate of Dennis O. Best, of Grant County, who died Sept. 5, 2010.
Lincoln County Treasurer's Office
Christine A. Farmer and Susan E. Stromsborg (personal representatives, estates of Margaret P. Miletich and Steve T. Miletich), Los Angeles, Calif., to Christine A. Farmer and Susan E. Stromsborg, Los Angeles, Calif., grantor's undivided 121.5/1260th interest in Sec. 23, T26N, R31E; and portion of Secs. 14, 25, 26, and 35, T26N, R31E, $0.
Larmer Farms, Inc., Harrington, to Brandon Larmer and Jennifer Larmer, Mohler, portion of Sec. 18, T22N, R36E, $22,440.
Larmer Farms, Inc., Harrington, to Johnbold Farms LLC, Davenport, undivided one-eighth interest in portion of Sec. 16, T25N, R38E, $85,650.
E. Pearl Hall (individually and as personal representative, estate of Jack M. Hall), Spokane, to FC Northwest Investments LLC, Spokane, portion of Sec. 35, T27N, R37E, $0.
FC Northwest Investments LLC, Spokane, to Brian S. Morales and Shannon E. Morales and Ruth M. Wybrant, Spokane, portion of Sec. 35, T27N, R37E, $14,650.
Carl E. Crawley, Harrington, to Nellie Quaigg, Harrington, Lot 4, Blk. 5, Foster's Addition to Town of Creston, gift.
Nellie Quaigg, Harrington, to James L. Petty, Creston, Lot 4, Blk. 5, Foster's Addition to the Town of Creston, $40,000.
Dorena Belle Petty, Creston, to James L. Petty, Creston, Lot 4, Blk. 5, Foster's Addition to Town of Creston, $0.