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.
Monday, April 29: A deputy secured an open door at the former Ernie's Tavern building in downtown Davenport.
Deputies took a woman into custody after receiving a report from a Moore Road residence of domestic violence involving two women, one of whom received a bruised eye.
A tree was reported down across SR 25 about 18 miles north of Davenport.
Deputies were advised of a dispute involving groups waiting to load cattle from Stockland Livestock Auction in Davenport.
Dispatchers took a report of false statements made concerning a Lincoln resident.
Reardan Police handled a stolen firearm incident in the 200 block of South Lake Street.
Reardan Police responded to a report of a juvenile boy who had self-inflicted cuts.
A Reardan woman reported that the rear window of a van had been broken out while parked in the 200 block of South Cedar.
Tuesday, April 30: A woman called dispatchers after seeing a man walking along Twelfth Street in Davenport with a miner's light on his head.
A caller reported seeing a man on a parked tractor with another man nearby in a vehicle on private property along Star Barn Road about a quarter-mile from SR 23. Checking it out, deputies learned that the two individuals were Harrington students there to pick up a pair of gloves before returning to school.
A male transient was discovered sleeping in the doorway of the Harrington Opera House.
Dispatchers were advised that a Davenport woman may have received threatening text messages.
A Davenport man told dispatchers about threats he received from another man in the 400 block of Fifth Street.
Wednesday, May 1: A caller reported that another driver appeared to become angry after being passed on SR 2 just out of Reardan and responded by staying unusually close to him and keeping high beams on all the way to Davenport.
A deputy offered a ride to a Reardan firefighter who had run out of gas while on the way to fight a vehicle fire at the intersection of SR 2 and 231. The vehicle was fully engulfed. For a time, Reardan Mayor Sherman Johnson was handling traffic control at the scene.
A deputy's assistance was requested in a dispute over a fence on property along Fisher Road north of Reardan.
A woman reported an aggressive dog had barked and growled at her children in the 700 block of Marshall Street in Davenport.
Thursday, May 2: Creston ambulance and MedStar personnel assisted a 71-year-old woman who possibly suffered a stroke.
A Sprague caller reported that four tires had been slashed on a pickup truck parked in the 300 block of West First Street.
A cow from Stockland Livestock Auction was reported out on Morgan Street in Davenport.
A deputy assisted Odessa Police with an unruly female student who reportedly threw chairs and other items at school.
A 60-year-old woman suffered a possible broken arm in a two-vehicle collision at Fourth Avenue and Elm Street in Almira.
Occupants of a van seemed to be going house-to-house in the Baldridge Road area asking for scrap metal.
Deputies investigated a report that someone stole the Social Security numbers of three Davenport area residents.
An excessively slow vehicle, its driver apparently looking for cans along the road, was reported heading west on SR 2 and Sherman Draw Road, forcing other motorists to use the eastbound lane to avoid it.
A caller reported hearing several gunshots southwest of the Lakeview Terrace mobile home park, but responding deputies weren't able to confirm the report.
Friday, May 3: A 17-year-old boy was transported to a Spokane hospital after experiencing severe pain believed associated with an earlier surgery in Seattle.
Eastern State Hospital personnel responded after learning a resident there was continuously phoning the Lincoln County Prosecuting Attorney's office in Davenport.
Strate Funeral Home personnel reported a "suspicious" man wearing plaid pajama pants on the steps of its Davenport location. Other callers spotted the man "ducking into yards and by vehicles" in the 800 block of Maxwell Street and in the 500 block of First Street without shoes. Responding deputies determined the man hadn't committed any crime.
Deputies weren't able to locate a vehicle parked at Davenport Family Foods after a caller noticed the driver was drinking beer and a young child was in the back seat.
Saturday, May 4: Davenport ambulance personnel assisted an 82-year-old man with complications from a recent hospital visit.
A whiteboard and a box of writing pens were found along SR 2 west of Davenport.
Someone tampered with six beehives on property at Tramm and Bisson Road east of Reardan.
A deputy responded to a report of an out-of-control boy in the 900 block of Maxwell Street in Davenport.
A deputy investigated a possible trespassing incident on property in the 35000 block of SR 231N.
Odessa Police responded to reports of fireworks being set off at Fifth and Division.
Sunday, May 5: A bull got loose from Stockland Livestock Auction in Davenport but was quickly returned to its pen.
A man suffered gashes to his head and arm after a one-vehicle collision on SR 25 about 10 miles north of Davenport. He was transported to Lincoln Hospital.
A Davenport caller reported someone outside a residence in the 1100 block of Adams Street attempting to look in through a bathroom window.
Water from irrigation sprinklers at SR 2 and Rocklyn Road was spraying onto the roadway.
April 29: Jeffrey L. Shaver, 31, Davenport, arrested by Lincoln County Sheriff's Office (LCSO) for driving while license suspended.
April 30: Trevor A. Lott, 20, Spokane, arrested by LCSO for failing to appear for minor in possession and malicious mischief.
May 1: Tyler Chapman, 38, Spokane, arrested by LCSO for taking a motor vehicle without the owner's permission, second-degree malicious mischief, second-degree theft, third-degree theft and second-degree burglary.
May 2: David B. James, 59, Nespelem, arrested by Washington State Patrol (WSP) for a physical control violation.
Jake A. Walker, 33, Spokane, arrested by WSP for failing to appear for driving while license suspended.
May 3: Robert Barrazo, 78, Reardan, arrested by WSP for driving while under the influence.
May 5: Brian D. Stone, 34, Reardan, arrested by LCSO for driving while license suspended.
May 7: David S. Yow, 20, Davenport, arrested by LCSO for failing to appear for minor in possession, two counts of third-degree theft and fourth-degree assault (domestic violence).
Robert D. Palomino, 52, Spokane, arrested by LCSO for failing to appear for driving while license suspended.
Held under contract with Washington State Department of Corrections - April 29: Andre D. Jones, 24, Spokane. April 30: Thomas A. Lozeau, 22, Spokane; Faith M. Lee, 40, Spokane; Cameron T. Spurlock, 25, Otis Orchards. May 1: Christopher M. Prusch, 36, Spokane; Robert S. McDonnell, 49, Spokane; Arne R. Loge, 40, Spokane. May 2: Todd G. Hesseltine, 40, Spokane; Mattew D. Dieter, 24, Greenacres; James P. Reilly, 51, Spokane; Stephanie C. LaRue, 27, Spokane; James D. Kelly, 34, Spokane; Weslie I. Jeazie, 25, Spokane. May 3: Billy M. Ogan, 31, Spokane. May 6: Richard L. Trower, 40, Spokane; Joseph P. Booth, 44, Spokane. May 7: Christopher H. Bilbrey, 25, Spokane; Joseph D. Knop, 23, Medical Lake.
Lincoln County Auditor's Office
Joshua AAron Dehler, 23, and Reiza Biag Rivera, 33, both of Davenport.
Richard Grogan Midgett, 61, Davenport, and Anna Marie Midgett, 58, Hayden, Idaho.
Lincoln County Clerk's Office
New filings: 74 involving persons living outside Lincoln County.
Petitions for legal separation: 3 involving persons living outside Lincoln County.
Petitions for annulment or invalidity of marriage: 1 involving persons living outside Lincoln County.
Joshua F. Grant, Judge
Douglas Wayne Sossaman, Spokane Valley, driving while under the influence, pleaded guilty, 2 days jail, $1,651.70 court assessments, ignition interlock, 12 months supervised and 36 months unsupervised probation, chemical dependency evaluation and treatment, DUI victims' panel, no consumption or possession of alcohol or illegal drugs (monitoring ordered).
Lisa Marie Schafer, Spokane, driving while under the influence, found guilty after revocation of deferred prosecution, 120 days jail with medical furloughs permitted, $1,821 court assessments, 24 months supervised and 36 months unsupervised probation, no possession or use of alcohol or illegal drugs, alcohol/drug evaluation and treatment.
Deborah Lynn Rowe, Wellpinit, driving while license suspended, pleaded guilty, 1 day jail converted to 10 hours community service, $393 court assessments, 12 months supervised and 12 months unsupervised probation; speeding (19 mph over limit), dismissed at prosecutor's request; no proof of liability insurance, fined $300.
Laura Lee Hendrickson, Edwall, physical control violation, pleaded guilty, 1 day jail (credited as served), $1,900.80 court assessments, ignition interlock, 24 months supervised and 36 months unsupervised probation, chemical dependency evaluation and treatment, DUI victims' panel, no possession or use of alcohol or illegal drugs (monitoring ordered); no valid operator's license, no proof of insurance, and stopped/parked vehicle lamp violation, all dismissed at prosecutor's request.
Phyllis Peggy Steen, Lewiston, Idaho, reckless driving, amended by prosecutor to second-degree negligent driving, fined $300 plus $100 attorney fee reimbursement.
Sonja Conway, Creston, expired vehicle tabs, fined $100 plus $150 attorney fee reimbursement.
Amanda Lynn Dinwiddie, Harrington, minor in possession, dismissed at prosecutor's request due to "scant evidence."
Trevor Alan Lott, Reardan and/or Spokane, probation violation (third-degree malicious mischief), 30 days jail (1 credited as served), $60 court costs; probation violation (minor in possession), 30 days jail, $102 court costs, alcohol/drug evaluation.
Lincoln County Treasurer's Office
Therese M. Ratto (successor trustee, Bill Crossman Living Trust), Daly City, Calif., to Jon F. Freeze and Jill M. Freeze, Davenport, Lot 2, Blk. 12, Original Town of Davenport, $25,000.
Dean R. Gehrke, Echo, Ore., to LAGDAG, LLC, Woodway, Wash., Lot 10, Blk. 2, Plat 2 of Seven Bays, and 1979 24x60 mobile home, $105,000.
Joy Lee Daweritz ( Thompson), Sprague, to Sharlene D. Stromberger and David R. Thompson, Jr., Sprague, Lots 9 and 10, Blk. 68, Second Addition to Sprague and Lots 9 and 10, Blk. 24, the Addition to Town of Sprague, gift.
PLB & BBB, LP, Plano, Texas, to Peter L. Boleneus and Brenda B. Boleneus, Plano, Texas, north 140 feet of west 100 feet of vacated Blk. 26, Fairweather Addition to Town of Reardan, $0.
Frank Starkenburg, Lynden, Wash., to 509 Fabrication LLC, Almira, Lots 1-5 and Lot 6 except north 40 feet of east 24 feet; Lot 7, except north 40 feet of west 24 feet and north 80 feet of east 2 feet; and west 22 feet of south 60 feet of Lot 8; all in Blk. 13, Original Town of Almira, $47,500.
Olson's Bluff LLC, Seattle, to Todd S. Young and Samantha A. Young, Moses Lake, Lot 5, Olson's Bluff Block, Roosevelt Lake Ranch Division 5, $47,500.
William Ackerman and Alicia Ackerman, Kennewick, to Jason H. Woods and Crystal D. Woods, Kennewick, portion of Sec. 35, T27N, R37E, $90,000.
Betty J. Moore, Spokane, to Granco Federal Credit Union, Ephrata, portion of Blks 5 and 28 of Original Town of Creston and portion of vacated F Street within northwest quarter of Sec. 15, T26N, R34E, except any portion with property conveyed by Lincoln County Treasurer to Town of Creston by deed; and 1976 14x70 mobile home, $0.
Granco Federal Credit Union, Ephrata, to Matthew Sapier, Creston, portion of Blks. 5 and 28 of Original Town of Creston and portion of vacated F Street within northwest quarter of Sec. 15, T26N, R34E, except any portion within property conveyed by Lincoln County Treasurer to Town of Creston by deed; and 1976 14x70 mobile home, $20,000.
Keith N. Fuller, Grand Coulee, to Jason J. Schimek and Melissa J. Schimek, Electric City, Lot 3, Lake Roosevelt Hideaway Short Plat, $225,000.
Peter L. Boleneus, Plano, Texas, to Brenda B. Boleneus, Plano, Texas, north 140 feet of west 100 feet of vacated Blk. 26, Fairweather Addition to Town of Reardan, $0.
David B. Smith and Cheryl G. Smith, Stanwood, Wash., to Lanway Lakeview Heights LLC, Spanaway, Lot 19, Lakeview Heights, Phase I, $0.
Karen Perrine, Puyallup, to Wolfe Herefords, Inc., (10-year term), Gale L. Wolfe and Cynthia J. Wolfe (undivided half remainder interest) and Lyn L. Wolfe and Bonnie L. Wolfe (undivided half remainder interest), Wilbur, all of grantor's undivided one-quarter interest in portion of Secs. 28, 29, 32 and 33, T27N, R31E, $63,050.
Tim Egbert and Sue Egbert, Bow, Wash., to Roberta C. Dickinson, Mead, Lot 4, Blk. 1, Plat 2 of Seven Bays, $140,000.
Sieghilde L. Westermayer (trustee, Sandro Westermayer and Sieghilde Westermayer Revocable Living Trust), Mesa, Ariz., to Donald W. Kurth and Judith K. Kurth, Bellevue, Wash., Lot 17, Columbia Springs Estates, $399,000.
Northwest Trustee Services, Inc., Bellevue, Wash., to JP Morgan Chase Bank National Assoc., San Diego, Calif., Lot 3, Blk. 13, Timmon's Addition to Town of Davenport, $68,034.99.
Herbert Zimbelman, Odessa, to Joseph W. McNeil and Joyce L. McNeil, Odessa, Lot 1, Blk. 2, Hopp's Addition to Town of Odessa, $60,000.
Patrick J. Pyle and Julie Ann Pyle, Torrance, Calif., to Nicole T. Cunningham, Wilbur, Lots 1-3 and Lots 6-8, Blk. 8, Blake's Addition to Town of Wilbur, $69,500.
Robert Cunningham, Wilbur, to Nicole T. Cunningham, Wilbur, Lots 1-3 and Lots 6-8, Blk. 8, Blake's Addition to Town of Wilbur, $0.