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INCIDENT LOG

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, March 27: Responding to the 500 block of NW Armstrong, Wilbur ambulance personnel assisted an 80-year-old woman who fell and hit her head.

Burlington Northern Santa Fe personnel were notified that a train had blocked the Edwall crossing for more than a half hour.

Davenport High School’s softball coach discovered a batting cage at Jahn Field had been destroyed.

A Davenport area woman told dispatchers she gave her credit card number to someone claiming to be from the Bank of America during a phone call after he threatened to “send people to (her) house and get the money” he claimed was owed to the bank. She subsequently called the bank and cancelled her credit card. An investigating deputy called the provided phone number and was told it was a “collections agency” before the one answering hung up and would not pick up subsequent calls from the deputy.

A Sprague resident requested assistance from a deputy after discovering what appeared to be narcotics inside a vehicle parked in the 100 block of West 3rd Street.

A loose dog reportedly wreaked havoc in the 200 block of Marshall Street in Davenport.

A couple of hikers found five $100 bills in the vicinity of the Avista substation near Davenport.

Deputies checked out a report of possible harassment in the 200 block of South 5th Street in Almira.

Deputies investigated a possible burglary at a residence on Paradise Lane in the Creston area, from which a chainsaw valued at about $1,000 was reported missing.

Odessa Police checked out a man’s report of illegal dumping in the 0 block of South 1st.

Tuesday, March 28: Responding to the 200 block of West 5th, Sprague ambulance personnel assisted a 73-year-old woman who had fallen.

Responding to a residence on Williams Road, Wilbur ambulance personnel assisted a 76-year-old man who had fallen.

A caller told dispatchers about finding two dead swan along U.S. 2 about a quarter-mile west of Rocklyn Road.

A Seven Bays resident reported 14 gallons of fuel had been taken from property in the 1200 block of Marina Drive.

A Wilbur caller reported kids in the 100 block of SE Regent Avenue were using foul language and making obscene gestures.

A license plate was reported stolen from a vehicle in the Davenport Motor Co. lot on Morgan Street.

Wilbur school personnel engaged local law enforcement officers after a student found what turned out to be a broken toy gun on the playground. For a time, the school was placed into lockdown mode to ensure student and staff safety while officers completed their investigation.

Deputies assisted Reardan School personnel with a teenage boy who “wouldn’t listen to any teachers or a bus driver” before leaving campus. A deputy caught up with him walking on U.S. 2.

Deputies and county Juvenile Services personnel assisted in the matter of a teenage girl who refused to return to her Davenport area home.

Deputies investigated a report of a possible assault involving a Davenport student.

A report of a man walking down the I-90 on-ramp and on 4th Street in Sprague was referred to the Washington State Patrol.

A Wilbur woman reported the theft of $209 from her debit card account.

Wednesday, March 29: Responding to the 400 block of North A Street, Sprague ambulance personnel assisted a 64-year-old man who may have suffered a heart attack.

A deputy responded to property adjacent to Seven Springs Dairy Road East after taking a report that a trespassing vehicle got stuck on U.S. Bureau of Land Management land.

A Davenport man’s suspicious behavior prompted concern from his wife, employer and deputies who launched a missing person search that continued until he returned home.

Dispatchers learned that a car window had been broken out while parked at the Wilbur park. Damage was reported at $150 to $200.

Spike strips were used to finally stop a vehicle on U.S. 2 near Creston after its 81-year-old driver was clocked at high speeds and failed to stop after being pursued by several deputies westbound from Davenport.

A surveillance camera picked up a night image of a suspicious man in the 500 block of Maxwell Street in Davenport.

A caller advised that a “hot-rodding” pickup truck consistently violates road restrictions on Old Scharff Road near Old Kucks Road in the Harrington vicinity, leaving the roadway in “horrible” condition.

Thursday, March 30: Burlington Northern Santa Fe advised dispatchers that repair of the crossing light at SR 231 and Cloverdale Road were expected to begin that day.

Sprague ambulance and Washington State Patrol personnel responded to a report of a woman’s vehicle leaving I-90 and ending up in a ditch in standing water.

Several semi-trucks were observed driving on Waukon Road in violation of county weight restrictions.

A deputy’s assistance was needed to unlock a 28-foot delivery box truck stranded on Valley Road North in the Davenport area.

Deputies were keeping an eye on an abandoned residence in the 500 block of 3rd Street in Sprague from which two individuals were observed coming and going.

Deputies checked out a Sprague man’s report of possible computer harassment and extortion involving personal videos posted without his permission.

Corrections deputies broke up a fight between two inmates in the men’s section of the county jail.

Friday, March 31: Burlington Northern Santa Fe personnel were advised that the Birch Street railroad crossing in Odessa was malfunctioning.

Almira school officials expressed concern about an elementary student who shows up for class with a strong odor of marijuana.

A shed at the Davenport AgLink, Inc., outlet adjacent to Sunset Highway East was broken into.

An Inland Power and Light Co. pole was determined as the source of a small field fire in the vicinity of Blenz and Schuster roads. Creston firefighters responded to the alarm.

Possible weight restriction violations were reported at the end of Bald Ridge Road east of Davenport.

Deputies responded to a dispute involving an adult brother and sister at a residence adjacent to Paradise Lane North in the Creston area.

Deputies checked out a report from the Stumpjumpers event near Odessa that “intoxicated people blew up an engine” on one of the motorcycles involved.

A Sprague woman called in her concerns about the dumping of ashes onto property in the 500 block of West 3rd.

Davenport Good Neighbor Pharmacy personnel requested assistance from a deputy with a group of about 10 teenagers who were “hanging out in the parking lot, smoking and blocking stalls.”

Deputies responded to a report of someone breaking objects with a samurai sword and throwing them at a residence in the 600 block of West 2nd in Sprague.

Several deputies were involved in an attempt to pull over a vehicle traveling “all over the roadway” and at speeds exceeding 70 mph while heading south on SR 174 and east on U.S. 2 from Wilbur towards Davenport. Stopped near Creston, the driver was placed into custody for driving under the influence.

Deputies broke up a fight involving two men at the Stumpjumpers beer tent near Odessa.

Propane was reported stolen from a vehicle in the 200 block of West Railroad Avenue in Odessa.

Odessa ambulance personnel assisted an elderly woman having difficulty remaining conscious. She was transported to the local hospital.

National Park Service personnel checked out a report of three young men shooting at a bald eagle at the Hawk Creek campground.

A caller advised NPS rangers of someone driving a 4-wheeler on the Seven Bays beach and destroying property.

Saturday, April 1: Responding to the 600 block of East Cottonwood Avenue, Reardan EMTs and Davenport ambulance personnel assisted a 75-year-old man who may have suffered a stroke.

A deputy encountered a group of five young people driving in circles, smoking cigarettes and blocking access to parking stalls behind Davenport Good Neighbor Pharmacy.

Deputies were advised of about 40 people described as “out of control” in the southwest corner of the Stumpjumpers event near Odessa. In the southeast corner, meanwhile, an intoxicated individual was observed attempting to push over motorcycles as they came by.

Connor R. Deife, a 25-year-old Marlin man, was injured in a one-vehicle rollover collision on SR 28 about 10 miles west of Odessa. He was transported to Odessa Memorial Hospital and then flown by aerial ambulance to Sacred Heart Medical Center in Spokane. An ejected passenger, 26-year-old Shane D. Portillo of Spokane, also was airlifted to the Spokane hospital from Odessa. Alcohol may have been a factor, according to the Washington State Patrol.

Sunday, April 2: A deputy was among the first to respond to a report that a large section of Porcupine Bay Road about a mile from the National Park Service campground was lost in a landslide. Campers there were evacuated and the facility closed while authorities determine the best course of response. A CenturyLink telephone line also was reported down.

A caller told dispatchers her concerns about a man in a running vehicle watching children at the Davenport skate park.

A deputy responded to a Davenport youth’s report that he had been assaulted.

Odessa ambulance personnel assisted a 70-year-old man who fell into Coffeepot Lake and remained in the water for the better part of an hour before being pulled out by other boaters. He was transported to Odessa Memorial Hospital. A 12-foot motorboat also was retrieved after it sank in the west end of the lake.

JAIL BOOKINGS

March 27: Cathi L. Travisfall, 58, Grandview, Wash., arrested by Washington State Patrol for driving under the influence.

March 28: Robert J. Tomazic, 31, Riverside, Wash., arrested by Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) for driving under the influence.

March 29: Darcie M. Shupp, 42, Portland, Ore., arrested by LCSO on an Oregon felony warrant.

Jerome J. McDonald, 21, Plummer, Idaho, arrested by LCSO for failing to appear for second-degree driving while license suspended and no ignition interlock.

Christopher Underwood, 30, Portland, Ore., arrested by LCSO on an Oregon felony warrant.

Gerold G. Ricks, 81, Fresno, Calif., arrested by LCSO for attempting to elude a pursuing police vehicle.

March 30: Casey J. Stone, 41, Davenport, arrested by LCSO for failing to appear for driving while license suspended.

Jamin A. Moores, 39, Spokane, arrested by LCSO for violating conditions and physical control.

Dylan J. Douthitt, 24, Cheney, confined by the Cheney court for fourth-degree assault (domestic violence).

Duane McClung, 33, Grand Coulee, confined 180 days by the court for driving under the influence.

March 31: Robyn L. Brandstrom, 45, Spokane, arrested by LCSO for driving under the influence.

Cameron M. Nelson, 23, Tum Tum, arrested by LCSO on a Stevens County warrant for driving while license suspended and no ignition interlock.

April 1: Stanistaw Kubiak, Vancouver, Wash., confined 1 day by the court for driving while license suspended and no ignition interlock.

April 3: William E. Hughes, 37, Reardan, arrested by LCSO for forgery, possession of a controlled substance, failing to appear for driving while license suspended, possession of drug paraphernalia and no ignition interlock.

Tina M. McCrea, 43, Wellpinit, arrested by LCSO for possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Jessica D. Sumner, 35, Coulee Dam, confined by the court for driving under the influence.

From March 28 to 30, five individuals were held in the Lincoln County Jail under contract with the Washington State Department of Corrections.

Court Report

SUPERIOR COURT

John F. Strohmaier, Judge

Civil Judgment

C&M Builders LLC, of Davenport, must pay $4,182.70 in unpaid taxes to the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries.

New Criminal Cases

Taressa Mae Marchand, 27, Grand Coulee, is charged with two counts of second-degree burglary and second-degree theft in connection with incidents between Dec. 15 of last year and March 21 involving property on Krause Road in Wilbur and Roby Road in Creston.

Gerold Gabriel Ricks, 81, Fresno, Calif., is charged with eluding a pursuing police vehicle during a March 29 incident on U.S. 2, Rocklyn Road and Redwine Canyon Road.

Probate

Estate of Gerald C. Conaway, of Anchorage, Alaska, who died April 9, 2015.

DISTRICT COURT

Dan B. Johnson, Judge

Editor’s note: These reports are based on forms filled out by the presiding judge during court sessions and subsequently reviewed by the newspaper.

Jerome J. McDonald, Wellpinit, driving while license suspended and no ignition interlock, pleaded guilty, 2 days jail (credited as served), $645 court assessments, 12 months supervised and 12 months unsupervised probation.

Paul Deon Mattox, Creston, driving under the influence, 15 days jail (1 credited as served), $3,246 court assessments, 36 months supervised and 24 months unsupervised probation, alcohol/drug assessment and recommended treatment, no possession or use of alcohol, marijuana and non-prescribed drugs (monitored by random testing), comply with rules and regulations of state Department of Licensing regarding installation and use of a functioning ignition interlock device; reckless endangerment, dismissed at prosecutor’s request.

Hedgar Hernandez, Brewster, driving while license suspended, second-degree criminal trespass and third-degree theft, all dismissed.

Jessica D. Sumner, Grand Coulee, driving under the influence, 45 days jail, $2,775.62 court assessments, 36 months supervised and 24 months unsupervised probation, alcohol/drug assessment and recommended treatment, no possession or use of alcohol, marijuana and non-prescribed drugs (monitored by random testing), comply with rules and regulations of state Department of Licensing regarding installation and use of a functioning ignition interlock device.

Zach Aweke, Seattle, driving while license suspended, dismissed; negligent driving and improper lane usage, both contested and found not committed.

Jeremy Lacy Waters, Creston, driving while license suspended, $43 court assessments, 12 months supervised probation, deferred sentence (may change plea when court’s conditions are met); fail to transfer title, dismissed.

Terrence Lamond Johnson, Spokane, driving while license suspended, pleaded guilty, $543 court assessments, 12 months supervised probation, deferred sentence (may change plea when court’s conditions are met); fail to transfer title, dismissed.

Luis Jesus Guerra Reyes, Spokane Valley, license vehicle out of state, amended to fail to transfer title, pleaded guilty, $293 court assessments, 12 months unsupervised probation.

Ashley Jo Leonard, Inchelium, probation violation (driving while license suspended), 6 days jail.

Stanistaw Kubiak, Mohler, driving while license suspended, pleaded guilty, 1 day jail, $293 court assessments, 12 months supervised probation; no ignition interlock, dismissed.

Hayden Allen Herdrick, Almira, driving under the influence, amended to reckless driving, 1 day jail, $1,772.24 court assessments, comply with mandatory ignition interlock device requirements as imposed by the state Department of Licensing, 12 months supervised and 12 months unsupervised probation, alcohol/drug assessment and recommended treatment, DUI victims’ panel, no possession or use of alcohol, marijuana and non-prescribed drugs (monitored by random testing).

Pamela Kay Lightbody, Sprague, probation violation (fourth-degree assault/domestic violence), 7 days jail, $150 court assessments.

Leah Spitzer, Davenport, legend drug possession (2 counts), pleaded guilty, 4 days jail (credited as served), $43 court assessments, 12 months supervised and 12 months unsupervised probation, no possession or use of non-prescribed drugs (monitored by random testing), remain in treatment program.

Casey R. Robertson, Rathdrum, Idaho, driving while license suspended, dismissed.

Marty Steven Wilson, Davenport, fail to stop, contested, found committed, fined $136.

Trevor D. Wright, Davenport, speeding (19 mph over limit), contested, found committed, fined $187; no valid operator’s license, $140.

Katelyn Jean Worley, Odessa, speeding (13 over), contested, found committed, $125.

Carley Jean Williams, Odessa, speed too fast, $110.

Peter Jacob Wigen, Liberty Lake, speeding (15 over), contested, found committed, $136; no proof of liability insurance, dismissed, $25 administrative fee.

Dillon Michael Watkins, Moses Lake, speeding (8 over), contested, found committed, $110.

Jeremiah Kevin Villegas, Airway Heights, speeding (11 over), contested, found committed, $156; no insurance, dismissed, $25 administrative fee.

Alejandra Sanchez, Pullman, speed too fast, contested, found not committed.

Rebecca Michelle Ramos, Spokane, speeding (11 over), contested, found committed, $156; no insurance, dismissed, $25 administrative fee.

Manjinder Singh Rai, Spokane, speeding (22 over), $218; no insurance, $150.

Bernard Jake Pollman IV, Wilbur, improper seatbelt use, contested, found not committed.

Westin Lee Parks, Spokane, wheels off roadway, contested, found committed, $136.

Mark Owen McManus, Spokane Valley, speed too fast, contested, found not committed.

Racheal Irene Lomas, Everett, Wash., following too close, contested, found committed, $136; improper pass on right, found not committed.

Dustin Glade Kynaston, Lincoln, move unsafe, contested, found committed, $110; marijuana in vehicle, $136; no valid operator’s license, $140.

Warren James Johnson, Davenport, no insurance, contested, dismissed, $25 administrative fee.

Brian Jacobsen, Davenport, seatbelt violation, $124.

Peter John Jackson, Hunters, fail to yield to pedestrian in crosswalk, contested, found committed, $136.

Carl Paul Grosenick, Winthrop, Wash., speeding (19 over), $140.

Rosangelica Mayra Galicia, Soap Lake, speeding (15 over), $156; no insurance, dismissed, $25 administrative fee.

Josh Bennet Essex, Moses Lake, speeding (10 over), contested, found committed, $120; no insurance, dismissed, $25 administrative fee.

Alan Wayne Barnes, Otis Orchards, school crosswalk violation (Reardan), contested, found not committed.

MARRIAGE LICENSE

Lincoln County Auditor’s Office

Robert Eugene Anderson, 45, and MaryAnn Florence Baze, 42, both of Davenport.

MARRIAGE DISSOLUTIONS

Lincoln County Clerk’s Office

New filings: 40 involving persons living outside Lincoln County.

Petitions for legal separation: 1 involving persons living outside Lincoln County.

Property Transactions

Lincoln County Treasurer’s Office

Penny A. Hogan (successor trustee, Willard H. Reinbold and Margaret J. Reinbold Revocable Trust), Davenport, to Penny A. Hogan, Davenport – all of grantor’s interest in portion of Secs. 4, 5, 9 and 26, T27N, R36E; undivided one-third interest in portion of Secs. 24 and 26, T27N, R36E; and portion of Sec. 19, T27N, R37E, $0.

Penny A. Hogan, Davenport, to Michael D. Hogan and Penny A. Hogan, Davenport – portion of Secs. 4, 5, 9 and 26, T27N, R36E; undivided one-third interest in portion of Secs. 24 and 26, T27N, R36E; and portion of Sec. 19, T27N, R37E, $0.

Curtis Boutain and Anita L. Boutain, Davenport, to Robert C. Boutain, Otis Orchards – Lots 10-12 and west half of vacated alley, Blk. 36, Town of Almira and 1980 70x14 mobile home, gift.

Castle 2016 LLC, White Plains, N.Y., to Dena K. Gravning, Harrington – Lots 3 and 4, Blk. 10, Original Town of Harrington, $22,500.

Champion Mortgage Co., Coppell, Texas, to Nationstar HECM Acquisition Trust 2016-1, Wilmington Savings Fund Society (trustee), Coppell, Texas – Lots 3-5, Blk. 76, Southern Addition to the Town of Harrington, $0.

Nationstar HECM Acquisition Trust 2016-1, Wilmington Savings Fund Society (trustee), Houston, Texas, to River City 3 LLC, Ford – Lots 3-5, Blk. 76, Southern Addition to the Town of Harrington, $15,150.

Gary Schulz and Connie Anderson, Tulare, Calif., to Brandon Michels and Jaime Michels, Medical Lake – east 250 feet of south 100 feet of vacated Blk. 28, Fairview Addition to the Town of Reardan, $20,000.

Stephen C. Patterson and Marci L. Patterson, Davenport, to Jimmy L. Mitchell and Michelle D. Mitchell, Davenport – Lot 6 and east 10 feet of Lot 7, Blk. 41, Spokane Addition to the Town of Davenport, $165,000.

Quality Loan Service Corp. of Washington, Seattle, to JP Morgan Chase Bank National Association, Columbus, Ohio – west 54 feet of Lots 7 and 8, Blk. 3, Ziegler’s Addition to the Town of Odessa, $117,600.

Deral D. Boleneus, Peter C. Boleneus and Jennie J. Wagner, McKinney, Texas, to BWB Ministorage, McKinney, Texas – Lots 13-22, Blk. 16, Original Town of Reardan, subject to easements, price unlisted.

BWB Ministorage, McKinney, Texas, to HCD Holdings LLC, McKinney, Texas – undivided one-sixth interest of Lots 5-10, Blk. 16, Town of Reardan, except portion of Lot 10, subject to easements, $0.

Fannie Mae (Federal National Mortgage Association), Dallas, Texas, to Matthew Hendrickson and Nicole Hendrickson, Almira – Lots 13-15, Blk. 37, Town of Almira, $162,500.

Leroy Duane Tibbles and Kathleen H. Tibbles (trustee, Leroy Duane Tibbles and Kathleen H. Tibbles Family Trust), Yuma, Ariz., to Kevin Paul Hassaj and Jill Suzanne Hassaj, Grand Coulee – Lot 22, Roosevelt Lake Ranch Division 5, $335,000.

Gregory Pease and Annette Sandberg, Davenport, Maybelle Armier, University Place, Wash., and Equity Trust Co. (custodian, Maybelle Armier Roth IRA), University Place, to Equity Trust Co. (custodian, Robert Reece IRA), Westlake, Ohio – portion of Sec. 8, T26N, R36E, $0.

 

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