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October 12, 2017



Sheriff's Report

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, Oct. 2: Deputies responded to a report that a man had shot himself in the head in the vicinity of Hopp Road in the Odessa area.

A burglary was reported at a residence in the 1300 block of Logan Street in Davenport.

A residence in the 100 block of East Railroad in Sprague was the scene of a break-in.

A caller expressed her concern about a neighbor boy shooting a BB gun in the direction of a residence in the 800 block of Fifth Street in Davenport while a child was at play in the front yard. A responding deputy secured a promise from the boy’s father that he would be spoken to “immediately.”

An unloaded, rusted pistol was found in the vicinity of Frazier Canyon/Redwine Canyon and turned into the sheriff’s office.

A cat was believed to be the culprit after a Davenport resident discovered a headless dead bird on the hood of her vehicle.

A collision involving a vehicle and deer took place on U.S. 2 about a half mile east of Davenport.

An Odessa woman was placed into protective custody after refusing to be transported to the local hospital for a medical scan.

Odessa Police arrested a man after responding to a report that a woman had been hit in the face during a domestic situation in the 400 block of 3rd Avenue.

Tuesday, Oct. 3: Harrington ambulance personnel assisted a 72-year-old woman who may have suffered a broken hip as a result of a fall.

Deputies arrested a man on suspicion of punching his father at a residence in the 1100 block of Fourth Street in Davenport.

A collision involving a deer and a truck and trailer unit was reported on SR 28 near Harrington.

Wednesday, Oct. 4: Debris was left in the roadway after a one-vehicle collision on U.S. 2 at Rocklyn Road west of Davenport. An occupant may have a head injury as a result of an airbag deployment.

A female inmate threw herself on the courtroom floor and refused to get up until jail staff met her demands to see a doctor, use the phone and take a certain medication. Officers managed to move her to a cell where she could be monitored, but she was described as “continually screaming, pounding on the cell walls, throwing any items given to her and verbally abusive to staff.” At one point, she threw water and a cup while outside the cell. Over the next few days, she was examined three times at Lincoln Hospital.

A one-vehicle collision was reported in the vicinity of Duck Lake Road and SR 28 near Harrington.

A deputy’s involvement was needed in order for a Sprague resident to have a package mistakenly delivered by UPS to another address returned to him.

A caller reported her vehicle had been backed into outside the Davenport Post Office.

Lincoln Hospital personnel treated a patient who had been bitten by a dog.

A resident on Piper Lane East in the Ford area reported someone dumped a bag of trash on his property.

Deputies investigated a theft that occurred at a residence on Cottonwood Creek Road East near Davenport.

A Lynnwood, Wash., woman asked for help from deputies in getting a laptop computer returned by an “ex-friend” who lives in Harrington.

Odessa Police investigated the theft of prescription medications from a residence in the 100 block of West 4th Avenue.

Thursday, Oct. 5: A deputy assisted Davenport ambulance personnel with a medical call in the 100 block of Adams Street.

A driver swerved to miss a deer on U.S. 2 just east of Reardan and rolled the vehicle. Reardan EMTs and Davenport ambulance personnel responded and two injured individuals were transported to Lincoln Hospital.

Friday, Oct. 6: A caller reported a vehicle traveling on U.S. 2 west of Wilbur was “using the lights like a cop to get people to pull over so he can pass.”

A caller found a malnourished cat with a batch of kittens near Tenth and Washington streets in Davenport. Her call was referred to the Lincoln County Pet Network.

Odessa Police took a report that a cat had been shot with a BB gun in the 400 block of South Alder Street.

Responding to Dean’s Drive-In, Reardan Police facilitated a man’s request for assistance from Reardan EMTs and Davenport ambulance personnel.

Saturday, Oct. 7: A tree partially blocked Holderby Road about a half mile west of Bald Ridge Road.

Lincoln Hospital personnel treated a Creston area resident who was falling trees. One tree bounced back, causing injuries to the head and back.

National Park Service personnel were advised of an unattended campfire at the mouth of Hawk Creek – but were unable to locate that one or another reportedly burning on a beach near Seven Bays.

A caller reported a silver mini-van was “playing chicken with oncoming traffic” east of Reardan on U.S. 2.

While retrieving her newspaper, an Odessa woman found a BB gun on the ground in the 100 block of North 7th.

A deputy returned a young girl of about 5 years of age to her home after a caller found her sitting alongside Porcupine Bay Road just off SR 25. The caller said he stopped to check on her and was told that her father “scared her to death.” The deputy determined “all was fine” at home.

One mannequin was stolen and another thrown to the ground as a result of vandalism at the wagon wheel display on Main Street in Wilbur. The missing female mannequin is valued at $200. The male mannequin had a broken finger.

A Davenport man said someone entered his residence in the 400 block of Morgan Street and took things.

High winds fueled a field fire along SR 28 about a mile west of Lamona, prompting plans to evacuate residents from the area. The highway was closed for a time. Flames were observed at a residence at SR 28 and Carlson Road. Poles were burned and lines reported down in the fire area.

Sunday, Oct. 8: A Creston woman advised she was being harassed on Facebook

JAIL BOOKINGS

Oct. 2: Reggie M. Boyd, 32, Fruitland, arrested by Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) for driving while license suspended.

Stephen M. Vanrijn, 51, Odessa, arrested by Odessa Police for fourth-degree assault.

Oct. 3: Ira L. Floyd, 49, Spokane Valley, arrested by LCSO for second-degree theft and second-degree trafficking in stolen property.

James E. Schillinger, 56, Davenport, arrested by LCSO for fourth-degree assault.

Oct. 5: Austin J. Frank, 20, Grand Coulee, arrested by LCSO for an alcohol violation.

Kevin E. Warbus, 21, Omak, arrested by LCSO for driving while license suspended.

Oct. 6: Ryan D. Pryor, 37, Spokane, arrested by Washington State Patrol for making/having a vehicle theft tool, possession of a stolen vehicle, attempting to elude law enforcement and reckless driving.

Oct. 8: Richard L. Vandergriff, 37, Creston, arrested by LCSO for third-degree malicious mischief.

From Oct. 2 to 9, 15 individuals were held in the Lincoln County Jail under contract with the Washington State Department of Corrections and one under contract with the Kalispel Tribe of Indians.

Court Report

SUPERIOR COURT

John F. Strohmaier, Judge

Civil Judgments

Jonathon Luke Gullard, doing business as LG Painting and Sons in Davenport, must pay $11,171.38 in tax obligations to the Washington State Department of Employment Security.

Maria Elena Gonzalez, of Davenport, must return $2,731 in overpaid disability benefits to the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries.

Barbara Pratt, of Almira, must return $157.16 in overpaid benefits to the Washington State Department of Employment Security.

Michael W. and Sherri L. Frederick, doing business as Chiefs Bar and Grill in Odessa, must pay $1,279.05 in taxes owed for July to the Washington State Department of Revenue.

RWT, Inc., of Wilbur, must pay $64,198 in taxes owed from Jan. 1, 2011, to Sept. 30, 2014, to the Washington State Department of Revenue.

New Criminal Case

Gregorio J. Cenerazzo, 59, of Spokane, is charged with possession of methamphetamine hydrochloride in connection with an April 15 traffic stop in the vicinity of Omans and Oehlwein roads in Davenport.

New Civil Cases

Melder Ranch LLC seeks compensation from Benjamin T. Johnson, of Lind, Wash., for damage resulting from a July 22 field fire that started after Johnson allegedly drove a vehicle onto dry grass on property rented by Aether Technologies LLC in Lincoln County. The blaze spread to the adjacent Melder Ranch property, charring 250 acres and 7,000 feet of barbed wire fence.

Trezzi Farm, Inc., alleges Spokane County and its Department of Building and Planning did not respond appropriately to its July 17, 2015, request for public records from Jan. 1, 2012, to the date of the request that concerned zoning or ordinance changes affecting wedding venues on Green Bluff in Spokane County. The county department claimed a hardware failure caused some records to be “irretrievably lost,” but the petitioners, Davide and Stephanie Trezzi, say there is evidence that the records could have been retrieved from backup files.

Allegations of discrimination based on sex, harassment and inappropriate and indecent behavior form the basis of a case against HomeStreet, Inc., (a bank) and its senior loan advisor, Dan Huegel, filed by Deanna Finch and her husband, Brian, concerning the process involved in securing a loan to enable them to purchase property near Davenport.

KeyBank National Association, of Boise, Idaho, seeks payment of $40,989.28 it claims is owed by respondents Jenny L. Cate, Robert L. Cate (and unknown heirs and devisees), Josh Cate, Tyann Cate and Zack Cate on a Nov. 30, 2005, loan for $60,099 involving property at 619 Maxwell Street in Davenport.

Steven and Shirley St. James, of Sprague, seek quiet title from Keith J. Frazier, also of Sprague, and establishment of uncertain boundaries for Lots 1-5 and 6-10, Block 74, Third Railroad Addition to the Town (now City) of Sprague.

Probate

Estate of James A. Adams, of Coulee City, who died Nov. 29, 2016.

Estate of Scott L. Herron, of Pasco, Wash., who died Sept. 7.

Estate of Randall J. Brandt, of Waterville, Wash., who died Sept. 17.

Estate of William H. Jessup, of Wilbur, who died July 12.

Estate of Dorothy J. Foot, an Okanogan County resident, who died July 21.

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.

Corbyn Michael Nestor, Wilbur, driving under the influence, amended at prosecutor’s request to reckless driving, pleaded guilty, 1 day jail (credited as served), $1,441 court assessments, 12 months supervised and 12 months unsupervised probation, , alcohol/drug evaluation and recommended treatment, DUI victims' panel, no possession or consumption of alcohol, marijuana or illegal drugs (monitored by random testing).

Raymond Burdette Greene, Walla Walla, fourth-degree assault (domestic violence) and malicious mischief (domestic violence), 6 days jail on each count, $1,151 court assessments, restitution to be determined, 36 months supervised and 24 months unsupervised probation, no possession or consumption of alcohol, marijuana or illegal drugs (monitored by random testing).

Nichol Lynn Dreier, Spokane, probation violation (driving while license suspended), 3 days jail converted to 30 hours electronic home monitoring.

Jorge Casarez Aguirre, Warden, Wash., driving while license suspended, pleaded guilty, $543 court assessments, 12 months supervised probation.

Reggie Mark Boyd, Fruitland, driving while license suspended, 3 days jail (credited as served), 350 + 150 + 98.40 court assessments, 12 months supervised probation.

Lucinda Ann Blake, Airway Heights, driving while license suspended, pleaded guilty, $543 court assessments, 12 months supervised probation.

Derek Allen Batton, Soap Lake, driving while license suspended and operating motor vehicle without ignition interlock, 1 day jail on each count (credited as served), $493 court assessments, 12 months supervised and 12 months unsupervised probation.

Jose Marcos Lara Chacon, Cheney, driving under the influence, amended at prosecutor’s request to negligent driving, pleaded guilty, 1 day jail, $991 court assessments, , 12 months supervised and 12 months unsupervised probation, , alcohol/drug evaluation and recommended treatment, DUI victims' panel, no possession or consumption of alcohol, marijuana or illegal drugs (monitored by random testing).

Kalyn Burton, Coulee Dam, speeding, amended to fail to renew expired vehicle registration, $156 penalty.

Justice Joy Lodge, Spokane, speeding (14 mph over limit), $156; fail to renew expired vehicle registration, $140; operating motor vehicle without insurance, dismissed, $25 administrative fee.

Brian Jacobsen, Davenport, driving off-road vehicle on road, $146.

Todd William Staples, Chelan, Wash., speeding (12 over), $105; operating motor vehicle without insurance, dismissed, $25 administrative fee; no driver’s license on person, $100.

Christian I. Garcia Mathis, Spokane, speeding (17 over), $156; fail to notify state Department of Licensing of address change, $110.

Gary Lee Cottrill, Jr., Spokane, driving while license suspended, dismissed at prosecutor’s request; no-contact/protection order violation, pleaded guilty, 13 days jail (credited as served), $558 court assessments, 12 months supervised and 12 months unsupervised probation, chemical dependency evaluation and recommended treatment, , no possession or consumption of alcohol, marijuana or illegal drugs (monitored by random testing).

MARRIAGE LICENSE

Lincoln County Auditor’s Office

Correction from last week’s issue – The listing should have read: Micah William Swet, 23, Post Falls, Idaho, and Annastacia Rose Poling, 21, Liberty Lake.

MARRIAGE DISSOLUTIONS

Lincoln County Clerk’s Office

New filings: 55 involving persons living outside Lincoln County.

Petitions for legal separation: 2 involving persons living outside Lincoln County.

Property Transactions

Lincoln County Treasurer’s Office

Michael Ray Roemer, Reardan, to Kathryn Marquard, Ocean Shores, Wash. – Lot 1, Blk. 18, Dillon’s Addition to Davenport, $70,000.

Paul Moeller, Weilerbach, Germany, to Ronald H. Moeller and Becky M. Moeller, Harrington – Lots 1, 2, 9 and 10, Blk. 29, Original Town of Harrington, $2,000.

Russell J. McKenzie and Judy K. McKenzie, Wilbur, to Paul N. Bowden and Stefanie S. Bowden, Wilbur – Lot 4, Blk. 106, Railroad Addition to the Town of Wilbur, gift.

Galen Hahto and Barbara Hahto, Spokane, to Travis Robbins and Davitia Robbins, Spokane – portion of Sec. 29, T28N, R37E, subject to easements, $90,000.

Barbara J. Duenwald, Davenport, to Jeffrey C. Duenwald and Barbara J. Duenwald (trustees, Jeffrey C. Duenwald and Barbara J. Duenwald Revocable Trust), Davenport – portion of Secs. 4 and 5, T26N, R38E, $0.

Jeffrey C. Duenwald and Barbara J. Duenwald, Davenport, to Jeffrey C. Duenwald and Barbara J. Duenwald (trustees, Jeffrey C. Duenwald and Barbara J. Duenwald Revocable Trust), Davenport – portion of Sec. 33, T27N, R38E, $0.

Albert R. Bergeron, Inc., Seattle, to Double Z Land LLC, Reardan – portion of Sec. 20, T26N, R39E, $605,000.

Albert R. Bergeron, Inc., Seattle, to Zwainz Farms, Inc., Reardan – portion of Sec. 29, T26N, R39E, $465,000.

Albert R. Bergeron, Inc., Seattle, to DVZ Farms LLC, Reardan – portion of Secs. 16 and 17, T26N, R39E, $390,000.

Albert R. Bergeron, Inc., Seattle, to Joel Zwainz and Emily Zwainz, and Thomas Zwainz and Wendy Zwainz, as tenants in common, each marital community holding an undivided one-half interest, Reardan – portion of Sec. 28, T26N, R39E, $540,000.

Bruce McLain and Heather A. McLain, Sugar Land, Texas, to Dan W. Hino and Cynthia R. Hino, Harrington – Lot 6, north half of Lot 7, north 4 feet of Lot 16, and all of Lots 17 and 18, Blk. 62, the Southern Addition to Harrington, $63,500.

Mark M. Tanninen and Diane C. Tanninen and Diane C. Tanninen, Battle Ground, Wash., to Douglas Tanninen and Heather Tanninen, Davenport – Lot 5 and east half of Lot 4, Blk. 8, the Southeastern Addition to the Town (now City) of Davenport, $0.

Joseph Oliver Bissonnette, Seattle, to Nestor Homes LLC, Yakima – west 50 feet of Lot 1 and north 10 feet of west 50 feet of Lot 2, Blk. 15, the Original Town of Odessa, $0.

Larry M. Lindbloom and Donna M. Lindbloom, Wilbur, to Robert H. Davis and Carol K. Davis, Cheney – portion of Sec. 12, T26N, R32E; and 1985 28x52 mobile home, $130,000.

Victoria L. Sanchez, Creston, to Kenneth Side, Spokane – Lots 1-3, Blk. 26, Town of Creston, $6,000.

Michael Hogan and Penny Hogan, Davenport, to Alan A. Grasher and Barbara A. Grasher, Kennewick, Wash. – portion of Sec. 19, T27N, R37E and portion of Sec. 24, T27N, R36E, $107,500.

Toula Kriemadis, Lynnwood, Wash., to Nicholas Athan, Lynnwood – Lot 1, Replat of Division 1-A, Roosevelt Lake Ranch, $0.

Gary D. Greene and Barbara A. Greene, Davenport, to Ronald E. Karp and Katherine M. Karp, Davenport – Parcels A and C, Skamser Short Plat, $260,000.

Lori E. West, Columbus, Ohio, to Gary D. West, Jr., Wilbur – south half of Lot 9, all of Lots 10-13 and east 10 feet of Lot 14, Blk. 98, and vacated alley of Railroad Addition, City of Wilbur, $0.

Steven J. Larson, Des Moines, Wash., to Zachary and Kayla Taiclet, Sprague – Lot 8, Blk. 61, Second Railroad Addition to the Town of Sprague, $1,500.

Zachary Taiclet and Kayla Taiclet, Sprague, to Steven Larson, Des Moines, Wash. – Lot 3, Blk. 61, Second Railroad Addition to the Town of Sprague, $1,500.

Fannie Mae (Federal National Mortgage Association), Dallas, Texas, to Jeffrey Steven Grider, Davenport – portion of Secs. 17 and 20, T26N, R38E, $76,000.

Paul B. Evans and Inez L. Evans, Coulee City, to Robert Rowe and Faith Swenson-Rowe, Wilbur – Lots 5-8, Blk. 119, Railroad Addition to the Town of Wilbur; and Lots 5-8, Blk. 119, Thomison’s Addition to the Town of Wilbur, $103,900.

The Johnny and June Revocable Trust, Vancouver, Wash., to Bonnie and Clyde LLC, Vancouver, Wash. – Lot 2, Tikka Wilson Short Plat, $0.

Leonard Zickler and Dawn Zickler, Spokane, to Kim C. Traver and Susan M. Ross (trustees, Traver Living Trust), Spokane – those portions of Parcels A and B of the Bradeen Short Plat lying west of the centerline of Woods Lane East, $269,900.

 

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