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November 16, 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, Nov. 6: A tree fell across Hawk Creek Road near the county gravel pits and partially blocked traffic in the area.

A caller reported that someone dumped a deer or elk carcass on North Telford Road.

Responding to a Lamont residence, Sprague ambulance personnel assisted a 34-year-old woman experiencing severe abdominal pain.

A burglary took place involving two BNSF Railroad trailers on Railroad and D streets near the Sprague grain elevator, resulting in the loss of a generator, 15 to 20 grease guns, multiple cases of batteries, a tool box and other equipment. Entry was gained by breaking the locks.

A box containing folders with personal information was left behind after a disabled vehicle and trailer were moved from U.S. 2 just east of Davenport.

Personnel at Family Resource Center requested a deputy’s assistance with an unwanted individual who refused to leave the office in Davenport.

Between 30 and 50 goats were loose at the intersection of SR 231 and Cloverdale Road near Edwall. The owner was contacted and the animals returned to their pens.

Local authorities assisted Spokane County in a search for a Liberty Lake resident who was thought to have traveled to Davenport after purchasing a handgun and making threats to take his own life.

A Davenport man started a truck, left it running and was nowhere to be found, prompting a caller to report the occurrence from the vicinity of Eighth and Ross streets. A responding deputy located the truck owner, who said he left it running to charge a battery, but forgot about it.

Odessa Police investigated the theft of a carpet cleaner from a residence in the 300 block of East 1st.

Tuesday, Nov. 7: A loud horn continuously sounded from a pickup truck at Davenport Motor Co., prompting a call from a concerned individual and a visit from a deputy, who opened an unlocked door and pressed the horn button, effectively shutting it down.

A bucket and grease gun were reported missing from a truck and tractor parked adjacent to Detour Road. A resident of the vicinity became suspicious when he noticed individuals he didn’t recognize alongside the farm equipment. The individuals noticed they had been spotted and sped away in a vehicle down Detour Road and SR 231.

A responding deputy was unable to locate the source of illegal burning reported in from the vicinity of Fourteenth and Maxwell streets in Davenport.

Wednesday, Nov. 8: A Spokane woman told dispatchers she was scammed while using the phone to make payments on a ticket from District Court. She had been given a phone number by court personnel, but wrote the number down wrong.

A collision involving a vehicle and deer took place on I-90 near Sprague.

A Wilbur caller received “weird” messages on Facebook from a man she does not know who accurately described an incident involving a neighbor and dog that made her think “it was odd that he knew about it.”

Emergency medical personnel from Davenport and Reardan responded to the intersection of Tramm and Bisson roads where a one-vehicle rollover collision had occurred. The driver was discovered out of the vehicle and laying on the ground.

Deputies responded to the 700 block of Morgan Street in Davenport, the scene of a “loud dispute” between a man and woman – who allegedly had a knife.

A collision involving two vehicles was reported in the parking lot of the North Basin Medical Clinic in Davenport.

A vehicle left Green Canyon Road and got stuck in mud, requiring a tow.

Thursday, Nov. 9: After receiving a text message from his daughter about a fellow student who allegedly threatened to “shoot up” Wilbur High School, a man advised dispatchers. Responding deputies secured from the school principal assurance that the father’s perception was “not close to what actually happened” (three days before), that it had been handled according to school policy and that the student was no threat.

A Davenport woman told dispatchers she and her daughter were forced to leave their residence because they felt threatened by a man who had refused to obey a judge’s instruction to leave.

A semi-truck slid off Rocklyn Road near its intersection with Kloster, ending up in a ditch.

Problems continued as a result of an apparent staff transition at Family Resource Center in Davenport, where personnel were “having issues” accessing accounts at a local bank.

A vehicle with no lights traveling on U.S. 2 about five miles east of Davenport at about 30 miles per hour posed a traffic hazard as it swerved in and out of the lanes. At one point, a Harrington ambulance transporting a heart patient from Davenport to a Spokane hospital had to leave the roadway to avoid being hit head-on. A deputy, with the assistance of another from Okanogan County who just happened to be driving in the area, managed to stop the vehicle and request another ambulance to take one of its two occupants to a local hospital.

Emergency personnel responded to the 100 block of Logan Street in Davenport to assist an elderly woman who was “unresponsive” at the time her husband requested assistance.

Responding to the 100 block of West 4th Avenue, Odessa Police investigated a report that a man had broken down a door and assaulted a woman during a loud argument. The man was transported to the Lincoln County Jail.

Reardan Police responded to a man’s report that his 15-year-old son was missing and may be part of a group that was “hiding out and smoking weed.”

Friday, Nov. 10: A report that a vehicle attempted a pass around a semi-truck on I-90 near Sprague and drove off the road was referred to the Washington State Patrol.

A Davenport man believes a fraud occurred after receiving a cashier’s check for $1,930 to pay for a $450 generator he had posted for sale on Craigslist. The purchaser wanted to have the difference returned when the generator was picked up, but the seller indicated he preferred to terminate the sale. The cashier’s check was mailed anyway and ended up in the possession of the sheriff’s office.

A resident of the Bull Run Road area requested deputies’ assistance with speeding dump trucks in the Reardan area.

A Sterling Valley Road resident called in her concern about someone shooting off guns “too close to houses” in the vicinity.

A Sprague caller told dispatchers that an ex-girlfriend refused to return a stereo he said was on loan.

An Odessa man reported someone shot into his field adjacent to King Ranch Road from a vehicle and that he had been hearing gunshots throughout the day.

A caller expressed concern that a vacant residence on Mondovi Road near Davenport may have been burglarized after he found a door open and basement light on.

A caller reported the theft of tools from a job site in the Davenport area.

Saturday, Nov. 11: A deputy assisted Davenport ambulance personnel responding to a report from the 1400 block of Morgan Street that an 87-year-old man had fallen out of bed.

A mini-van was involved in a rollover collision on U.S. 2 in the Telford area.

A frightened Harrington woman reported receiving a phone call from someone identifying himself as “the Boogie Man” and promising “to come see (her) tonight.”

Deputies responded to a report of a deceased person at the Vista Manor facility in Wilbur.

Sunday, Nov. 12: A vehicle was severely damaged after leaving U.S. 2 near Reardan, traveling through a field and striking a tree.

A collision involving a vehicle and deer took place at the intersection of Hume and Miles Creston roads.

Deputies joined the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife in the vicinity of U.S. 2 and Miles Creston Road during a pursuit of a pickup truck containing an illegally possessed deer.

A woman suffered a head injury as a result of a one-vehicle rollover collision on U.S. 2 near Miles Creston Road. She was transported to Lincoln Hospital in Davenport.

At least two callers reported a large piece of wood in the roadway on SR 174 near Grand Coulee.

A deputy responded to a report of a suspicious PT Cruiser in the vicinity of the Chevron gas station and the Viking drive-in in Sprague.

A flat tire on a vehicle left four occupants stranded along U.S. 2 near Wilbur, until a deputy happened upon the scene.

JAIL BOOKINGS

Nov. 7: Henry Lee Odell, 47, Medical Lake, arrested by Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) for second-degree theft.

Janelle Deeanna St. Peter, 22, Omak, arrested by LCSO for failing to appear for possession of methamphetamine.

Christian Salazar, 33, Grand Coulee, arrested by LCSO for violating a domestic violence protection order.

Nov. 8: David Bryan Patchett, 53, Almira, arrested by LCSO for driving under the influence.

Nov. 9: Shaun Allen Gaines, 32, Moses Lake, arrested by LCSO for failing to appear for driving while license suspended.

Patrick Henry Gamache, 64, Odessa, arrested by Odessa Police for third-degree malicious mischief.

Michael Kevin Hurlburt, 52, Lincoln, arrested by LCSO for violating a domestic violence protection order.

Nov. 10: Ronald Lynn Fielder, 63, Deer Park, arrested by LCSO for driving under the influence.

Yvette Patrice Mcduffiedrayton, 50, Spokane, arrested by LCSO on an out-of-county misdemeanor warrant.

Richard Leon Murphy, 33, Spokane, arrested by Reardan Police for an ignition interlock violation.

Nov. 11: Mark Robert Gregson, 55, Coulee City, arrested by LCSO for driving under the influence.

Jose Marcos Larachacon, 25, Cheney, arrested by LCSO for driving under the influence.

Benjamin Joseph Polwarth, 32, Spokane, arrested by LCSO for driving while license suspended.

From Nov. 6 to 13, 10 individuals were held in the Lincoln County Jail under contract with the Washington State Department of Corrections and one for the City of Airway Heights.

Court Report

DISTRICT COURT

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

Dan B. Johnson, Judge

Anita Frances Thomas, Fruitland, driving while license suspended, pleaded guilty, 5 days jail (credited as served), $603 court assessments, 12 months supervised probation.

Joshua David Ristine, Creston, driving while license suspended, pleaded guilty, $543 court assessments, 12 months supervised probation.

John Stephen Granchie, Davenport, probation violation (third-degree malicious mischief/domestic violence), 30 days jail; fourth-degree assault, pleaded guilty, 5 days jail, $643 court assessments, 12 months supervised and 12 months unsupervised probation, anger management evaluation and recommended treatment.

Lawrence Carl Anderson, Medical Lake, driving under the influence (amended at prosecutor’s request to reckless driving), 11 days jail, $4,072.95 court assessments, 24 months supervised probation, alcohol/drug evaluation and recommended treatment, DUI victims' panel, no possession or consumption of alcohol, marijuana or illegal drugs (monitored by random testing), comply with mandatory ignition interlock device requirements as imposed by the state Department of Licensing; driving while license suspended, dismissed at prosecutor’s request.

Gene Francis Rosentreter, Lincoln, driving while license suspended, pleaded guilty, 10 days jail, $193 court assessments, 12 months supervised probation; driving while license suspended, pleaded guilty, 10 days jail converted to 30 days electronic home monitoring, $43 court assessments.

Damien Elias Frank, Omak, Wash., driving while license suspended, pleaded guilty, $543 court assessments, 12 months supervised probation, deferred sentence (may change plea when court’s conditions are met).

Jesus Oriol Arellano, Spokane, driving under the influence, 1 day jail, $1,891 court assessments, 24 months supervised and 36 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), comply with rules and regulations of state Department of Licensing regarding installation and use of a functioning ignition interlock device.

Philip J. Van de Veer, Visiting Judge

Nicholas Finch, Reardan, probation violation (third-degree malicious mischief), 180 days jail (credit offered for time served.

Michael Hurlburt, Lincoln, probation violation (violation of no-contact order), 30 days jail.

MARRIAGE DISSOLUTIONS

Lincoln County Clerk’s Office

New filings: 57 involving persons living outside Lincoln County.

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

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