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Court Report

 

April 19, 2018



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, April 9: A Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad crew was enlisted to repair the malfunctioning Brown Road crossing arms in Sprague.

A report of a possible road rage incident on Interstate 90 near Sprague was referred to the Washington State Patrol.

A responding deputy told residents of the 1100 block of Adams Street in Davenport that they risked being cited if they continued to play music loud enough to disturb neighbors.

Odessa Police investigated a two-vehicle collision at 5th Street and Amende.

A caller advised Odessa Police that his 6-year-old child had been punched in the face by a classmate while at school.

Odessa Police investigated possible drug-related activity within the town limits.

Tuesday, April 10: Davenport ambulance personnel and Reardan EMTs assisted a 23-year-old man experiencing dehydration and pain at a Reardan residence.

Responding to Rickey’s Corner Mart in Davenport, deputies placed a man in custody after finding him in a vehicle reported stolen from Colville.

Local firefighters doused a structure fire at a residence at the end of Orchard Lane in Davenport. A caller reported hearing a loud explosion that may have caused the fire.

Someone kicked in a door at the Canby elevator.

Drug paraphernalia and narcotics were discovered at a rental unit in the 300 block of East 1st Street in Sprague that is between tenants.

A deputy responded to a dispute between individuals at a residence in the 50 block of Marshall Street in Davenport.

Wednesday, April 11: Deputies investigated claims of possible neglect or abuse of senior citizens in the Wilbur area.

A law officer checked out a reported dispute between residents of the south side of Creston.

Asking deputies to do a welfare check, Davenport Elementary School personnel expressed concern about a kindergarten student who had missed four days of classes.

The sheriff’s office was contacted by a Sprague residence concerning a possible child molestation incident that may have occurred in Utah.

Deputies intervened in a dispute between two men regarding cattle on property adjacent to Sterling Valley Road.

Drivers on U.S. 2 near Reardan narrowly escaped becoming involved in a head-on collision with a pickup truck that may have had a tire issue.

A Wilbur caller reported an encounter with a possibly aggressive dog while walking his dog in the 500 block of NW Armstrong Avenue.

During a traffic stop in the vicinity of Emerson Road and U.S. 2, two individuals were arrested on possible narcotics-related charges.

Odessa Police arrested a man for trespassing at the local park.

Thursday, April 12: The Keller ferry was shut down for a few days of repair work.

A caller reported receiving an IRS scam phone call.

A caller told dispatchers he narrowly avoided a collision with a recklessly driven logging truck on U.S. 2 a mile west of Reardan that had passed him at a high rate of speed.

Two large dogs were observed chasing horses and deer on property adjacent to Watson Road East in the Creston area. The dogs’ owner was contacted and was able to retrieve them.

While attempting to retrieve chickens that had wandered onto property adjacent to Sterling Valley Road, a caller reported being the object of harassment by the property owner.

Almira Elementary School personnel discovered a child’s pencil box contained a marijuana joint.

A deputy warned a man without a helmet driving a dirt bike around the city limits of Harrington after receiving a call from a woman who expressed concern about her children’s safety while outside.

A Wilbur woman told dispatchers her son had been bullied at school and suffered a sore arm after an adult “grabbed” him and “dragged” him into an office.

Odessa Police intervened in an argument between two mothers at the local school. Their dispute involved their children not getting along.

After a Reardan woman reported the theft of her vehicle from the 200 block of South Lake Street, local police determined the claim was unfounded.

Friday, April 13: Responding to property adjacent to Haden Farms Road North near Wilbur, deputies broke up a group of minors gathered for a party alongside a bonfire and drinking Dr. Pepper – and possibly alcohol as well.

Reardan Police dealt with a report of “screaming people” at a residence in the 300 block of North Birch.

Saturday, April 14: After nearly hitting two dogs in the roadway at Tramm and Bowie roads near Reardan, a caller reported they tried to bite his tires.

A caller told dispatchers that two men, possibly under the influence of alcohol, were fighting outside a residence on Sprague Highway Road East. A vehicle had gone into a ditch and a stop sign near Walnut Loop Road had been knocked down.

A Wilbur caller expressed concern about her dogs barking every 10 minutes “because of activity outside the residence.” A responding deputy believed the dogs were reacting to deer he saw grazing near the house.

Emergency personnel assisted a 2-year-old girl bleeding from her head at a residence on Laney Brothers Road near Odessa. She was transported to the local hospital.

After its driver swerved to miss a deer, a vehicle went into a ditch at Rocklyn and Kloster roads.

A responding deputy heard the gunshots referenced by callers from the vicinity of Quail Run Road North in the Deer Meadows area and believes they originated from target shooting.

A deputy pulled over a vehicle he said had almost hit him while driving in Wilbur on U.S. 2.

Reardan Police responded to a woman’s claim that neighbors in the 130 block of East Railroad Avenue were yelling at her while she played outside with a 2-year-old child.

Sunday, April 15: Responding to Vista Manor, Wilbur ambulance personnel transported a 79-year-old man with breathing difficulties to Lincoln Hospital in Davenport.

Sprague ambulance personnel were sent to where a vehicle left Interstate 90 and into a ditch.

Spokane County authorities requested assistance from Lincoln County deputies in the investigation of a stolen vehicle taken from the Edwall area.

A deputy was satisfied with what he found after checking out a report of three people target-shooting with what appeared to be assault rifles in the vicinity of Sprague Highway and Jack Brown roads.

A Davenport man called dispatchers after he couldn’t immediately retrieve his cat from a residence in the 100 block of Main Street. He had placed the cat in the temporary care of a resident there who subsequently was hospitalized. After a deputy came to the scene, the parties involved agreed they could work it out.

During an encounter with another individual at the local grocery, an Odessa man told police that he was threatened with hanging.

JAIL BOOKINGS

April 9: Nicholas A. Williams, 30, Spokane, arrested by Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) for reckless driving.

April 10: David Joseph Berryhill, 52, Spokane, arrested by LCSO for possessing a stolen vehicle and taking a motor vehicle without the owner’s permission.

April 11: Michael Logan Arnett, 35, Spokane, arrested by LCSO for illegal possession of a non-prescribed drug and driving while license suspended.

Mark Alan Gregory, 57, Davenport, held under contract with the Washington State Department of Corrections.

Cenedra Marie Teacher, 34, Spokane, arrested by LCSO on an out-of-county misdemeanor warrant.

Anthony Leander Vio, 32, Odessa, arrested by Odessa Police for second-degree criminal trespass.

April 12: Cindy Lou Hill, 54, Spokane, arrested by Washington State Patrol for first-degree negligent driving.

April 13: Patricia Leanne Ankney, 51, Nespelem, arrested by LCSO on an out-of-county misdemeanor warrant.

Jessica Nikole Brown, 33, Spokane Valley, arrested by LCSO for driving under the influence.

Samuel Paul E. Seyler, 32, Wellpinit, arrested by LCSO for driving while license suspended.

Court Report

SUPERIOR COURT

John F. Strohmaier, Judge

Civil Judgments

The court restored the firearms rights of Brian David Kunz, 49, of Wilbur.

In an April 3 default judgment against Jack M. Kwiatek, of Wilbur, the petitioner, Capital One Bank (USA) won an award of $1,935.66 to cover credit account debt owing since April 2017, plus court costs. In a separate default judgment favoring Capital One Bank, he was ordered to pay $1,749.14.

In a transcript of a Jan. 17 Chelan County District Court judgment filed with the Lincoln County Superior Court, Rod R. Schmidt, doing business as American Auto Recycling, is obligated to the petitioner, Fair Resolutions, Inc., for a $6,143.19 award.

Russell D. Wynne, of Reardan, must return $1,651.96 in overpaid benefits to the Washington State Department of Employment Security.

Michael D. Massie, of Davenport, must return $376.02 in overpaid benefits to the Washington State Department of Employment Security.

New Criminal Cases

James P. Freeman, 27, currently housed in the Spokane County Jail, and Kristina Renee Collins, 32, of Kirkland and Electric City, are charged with theft of a firearm in connection with the Jan. 23 taking of a firearm from a residence in the 400 block of SW Lincoln Street in Wilbur.

Brian Jacobsen, 55, of Davenport, is charged with theft of a motor vehicle in connection with the “giving away” of a pickup truck that had been placed in storage on his property, which the truck’s owners were denied permission to enter.

Morgan Skye Welch, 28, of Spokane, is charged with possession of marijuana more than 40 grams after police found what appeared to be marijuana inside a shed after responding to a March 4 call for service from a residence in the 100 block of South Elm Street in Reardan.

David Joseph Berryhill, 52, of Spokane, is charged with second-degree possession of a stolen vehicle in connection with the April 10 discovery by deputies of a pickup truck reported stolen in Colville – and its sleeping driver inside – at Rickey Corner Mart in Davenport.

■ Six individuals are charged in connection with incidents between March 12 and 14 during which coins, gold and silver bars, and firearms were taken from property adjacent to Hart Road north of Davenport:

Jesus Ricardo Olmos, 27, of Fruitland, is charged with three counts of residential burglary, first-degree theft, 17 counts of theft of a firearm, 17 counts of unlawful possession of a firearm, and criminal conspiracy to commit residential burglary.

Nicole D. Carson, 24, of Fruitland, is charged with residential burglary, first-degree theft, three counts of theft of a firearm, and criminal conspiracy to commit residential burglary.

Richard Deno Denison, 38, of Fruitland, is charged with three counts of residential burglary, first-degree theft, 17 counts of theft of a firearm, and criminal conspiracy to commit residential burglary.

Samanta Michele Brigman, 24, of Fruitland, is charged with residential burglary and criminal conspiracy to commit residential burglary and first-degree theft.

William Emil Hughes, 38, is charged with residential burglary, 21 counts of criminal conspiracy to commit residential burglary, first-degree theft and 19 counts of theft of a firearm.

Jeremy Curtis Etue, 34, is charged with residential burglary, first-degree theft, 13 counts of theft of a firearm, criminal conspiracy to commit residential burglary, and 12 counts of unlawful possession of a firearm.

Probate

Estate of E.W. Shawgo, of Whitman County, who died Nov. 10, 2010.

Estate of John James Jankovsky, of Spokane, who died Feb. 8.

Estate of Norman W. Livingston, of Davenport, who died March 26.

Estate of Harvey L. Heer, of Ephrata, Wash., who died March 22.

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.

Brendan Richardson Hubbard, Ephrata, Wash., driving while license suspended, pleaded guilty, $643 court assessments, 12 months supervised probation.

Alejandro Mandragon Moriel, Omak, Wash., driving while license suspended, pleaded guilty, $508 court assessments, 12 months supervised probation, deferred sentence (may change plea when court’s conditions are met).

Lornarae Mills, Nespelem, driving while license suspended, pleaded guilty, $243 court assessments, 12 months supervised probation; operating motor vehicle without required ignition interlock, dismissed at prosecutor’s request.

Duane Bruce Johnson, Davenport, driving under the influence, 10 days jail (8 credited as served), $3,699.08 court assessments, 36 months supervised and 24 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.

Aidan Michael Emerick, Airway Heights, unlawful hunting, $993 court assessments, 12 months supervised probation; waste wildlife, dismissed.

Michelle Kay Tallman, Medical Lake, second-degree criminal trespass, pleaded guilty, 2 days jail converted to 16 hours community service, $493 court assessments, 12 months supervised probation, deferred sentence (may change plea when court’s conditions are met).

Jeffrey Shane Phillips, Ephrata, Wash., making false statement to public servant, 2 days jail, $493 court assessments, 12 months supervised probation.

MARRIAGE LICENSES

Lincoln County Auditor’s Office

Alexis Kelsi Marie Webster, 23, and Andrew Thomas Lindbloom, 25, both of Edwall.

Whitley Pittman, 21, and Lisa Millard, 25, both of Harrington.

MARRIAGE DISSOLUTIONS

Lincoln County Clerk’s Office

New filings: 84 involving persons living outside Lincoln County.

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

Petitions for dissolution of domestic partnership: 1 involving persons living outside Lincoln County.

Property Transactions

Lincoln County Treasurer’s Office

Dorothy R. Vincent, Burnsville, Minn., to Kenneth A. and Paula T. Kyle, Grand Coulee – property at 46199 Rainbow Drive, Grand Coulee (Lot 2, Lake Roosevelt Hideaway Short Plat), $290,000.

U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs, Washington, D.C., to Michael E. and Virginia D. Donaldson, Mt. Vernon, Wash. – Parcel R4-D, Murdock Dam Land Short Plat, $60,500.

Williams Family Revocable Living Trust, Spokane Valley, to Millard L. and Wendy E. Harris, Airway Heights – property at 42170 Osprey Lane North, Deer Meadows (Lot 12A, Replat of Deer Meadows Tracts, Plat 1), $65,000.

Clifford E. Anderson, Davenport, to Brian Patterson and Barbara Young, Spokane Valley – 1982 56x14 mobile home at 1113 Adams Street, Davenport, $1,000.

Gail J. Jantz and Kenneth E. Johansson (as trustee, Johnson Family Irrevocable Trust), Spokane, to Todd A. Erickson, Ford – property at 47861 Riverview Lane East, Ford (portion of Sec. 19, T27N, R39E), $9,000.

Kathryn E. and Jack Kelly, Davenport, to Lyle Defoor, Davenport – property at 38761 Sand Flats Drive East, Davenport (portion of Sec. 4, T27N, R37E) and 1971 manufactured home, $100,000.

Terry Stephen Smith, Davenport, to Ashley T. Smith, Davenport – property at 1204 Main Street, Davenport (Lot 6 and east half of Lot 7, Blk. 36, Timmons Second Addition to City of Davenport), $0.

John C. and Ashley N. Ball, Reardan, to Doug Craig, Jr., and Dawn Craig, Reardan – property at 27100 North Badger Road, Reardan (portion of Sec. 17, T25N, R39E), $319,900.

Four-O’s Farms, Harrington, to Four-O’s Farms LLC, Harrington – portions of Sec. 2 and 3, T22N, R36E, and portions of Sec. 27 and 35, T23N, R36E, $0.

Randal J. and Kathleen L. Oestreich, Harrington, to Four-O’s Farms LLC, Harrington – portions of Sec. 11, T22N, R36E, $0.

Robert Shannon, Ellensburg, Wash., to Kendall L. and Laura M. Christian, Marlin – property at 4787 Lentz Road, Marlin (portion of Sec. 25, T23N, R31E), $295,000.

Steven W. Rowan, Ballwin, Mo., to Marilyn A. Rowan, Ballwin, Mo. – portion of Sec. 20, T22N, R35E, $0.

Quail Ridge Estates LLC, Anacortes, Wash., to Tyree Building Corp., East Wenatchee – property at 1410 Jefferson Street, Davenport (Lot 1, Plat of Quail Ridge Estates, City of Davenport Long Plat), $33,000.

Nelson D. and Leslie K. Gourley, Post Falls, Idaho, to Neslie Washington LLC, Post Falls, Idaho – portion of Sec. 31, T27N, R38E, $0.

May M. Buckner, Grand Coulee, to Donald W. Dice, Henderson, N.Y. – 1993 14x66 mobile home at 44900 SR 174N, Grand Coulee, $8,000.

Steven and Lillian Halme, Davenport, to Billy Steven and Jessica R. Halme, Davenport – portion of Sec. 33, T27N, R37E, $0.

Richard and LaDawna Whitaker, Odessa, to Ryan J. and Deborah J. Walter, Odessa – property at 7 East 4th Ave., Odessa (Lot 10, Blk. 20, Finney’s Addition to Town of Odessa), $58,000.

Gerald E. and Diane B. Brommer Trust, Reardan, to Gladys and Geoffrey Steele, Shoreline, Wash. – property at 125 North Elm Street, Reardan (Lots 11-12, Blk. 10, Fairweather Addition to Town of Reardan), $180,000.

Jeremy Haines, Odessa, to Forrest W. and Tammy L. Schmidt, Paso Robles, Calif. – property at 303 South Fairway St., Odessa (portion of Sec. 8, T21N, R33E) and 1976 24x60 manufactured home, $60,000.

Lars J. and Jacqueline L. Ejde, Poulsbo, Wash., to Christopher J. and Margaret O. Ejde, Chimacum, Wash. – property at 42021 Quail Run North, Davenport (Lot 14, Deer Meadows Tracts, Plat No. 2), $0.

Roosevelt Views Community Association, Wilbur, to Jeffrey T. and Marta L. Noble, Maple Valley, Wash. – property at 44390 Sanpoil Drive North (Lot 7, Blk. 4, Roosevelt Views Subdivision), $15,000.

Randy L. and Connie L. Harris, Caldwell, Idaho, to Terry L. and Anna M. Mest, Spokane – property at 304 SE Brace St., Wilbur (Lots 5-8, Blk. 110, Railroad Addition to Town of Wilbur), $165,000.

Davenport Baptist Mission, Davenport, to Davenport Baptist Church, Davenport – property at 608 Twelfth Street, Davenport (Lots 6-8, Blk. 39, Timmons Second Addition to City of Davenport), $0.

 

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