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December 14, 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, Dec. 4: An ambulance crew transported a rural Harrington man with a medical emergency to Lincoln Hospital in Davenport.

Harrington ambulance personnel assisted a man who collapsed while working in a garage.

Deputies investigated an incident of fraud involving a local man’s bank card that was used without his authorization for a $2,661.19 transaction in Texas.

Deputies responded to a dispute involving individuals in the 300 block of Walnut in Sprague.

Mental health personnel assisted Davenport School District staff with a 13-year-old student who threatened to harm himself and his parents.

Tuesday, Dec. 5: A collision involving a vehicle and deer took place on SR 28 about 10 miles east of Odessa.

A caller discovered two firefighter jackets inside a clothing bin at Lincoln County Care and Share in Davenport. They were returned to a local fire department.

A Sprague man requested assistance in getting back shelving he had loaned.

A dog that had been hit by a vehicle on Broadway Avenue outside Dean’s Drive-In in Reardan reportedly bit a man who had come to help it.

A vehicle failed to stop at a stop sign and struck another vehicle almost head-on while it traveled on U.S. 2 near Davenport. A Davenport ambulance crew was sent to check the occupants for any injuries.

Reardan Police responded to a non-injury two-vehicle collision at Birch and Broadway.

Wednesday, Dec. 6: Responding to the 200 block of South E Street, Sprague ambulance personnel assisted an 86-year-old woman having a possible reaction to medications.

Deputies and Harrington ambulance personnel responded to a fatal collision on Star Barn Road just off Bluestem Road.

Odessa Police investigated a theft at Odessa Foods.

Thursday, Dec. 7: A caller observed a vehicle with trash flying out of it was westbound from Wilbur on U.S. 2.

In Reardan, deputies investigated a possible incident of fraud involving someone’s Social Security information.

A deputy responded to the Wilbur School where a student reportedly was making threats against classmates and a teacher.

A caller reported prescription medicine was taken from a vehicle while parked in the I-90 Sprague Lake rest area.

A collision involving a vehicle and deer was reported from U.S. 2 between Creston and Wilbur.

A Reardan man told dispatchers his 18-year-old daughter returned home “very intoxicated” and had fallen asleep in a bathtub. The woman was transported to a Spokane hospital for treatment of a possible drug overdose.

Odessa Police responded to a report of an unwanted man at the Wheatland Bank.

Friday, Dec. 8: Vandalism to four road signs at Miles Creston and Hawk Creek roads was reported.

Three Sprague businesses reported items taken. A bicycle seat valued at $30 was reported stolen from the Oasis Tavern in Sprague. About $30 worth of merchandise was taken from Kathy’s Market. A new stack of newspapers were stolen from outside the front door of the Sprague Chevron.

Saturday, Dec. 9: Davenport ambulance personnel assisted an 88-year-old man experiencing chest pains.

A rollover collision involving one or two vehicles blocked the eastbound lanes of I-90 near Sprague. A SUV reportedly lost control, spun around and went off the roadway.

Responding to the local school, Wilbur ambulance personnel assisted a 16-year-old girl who fell and hit her head.

Someone drove through a yard and fence at a residence in the 300 block of South H Street in Sprague. A responding deputy discovered that a neighbor’s vehicle had slipped out of gear, resulting in about $50 damage.

Sunday, Dec. 10: A caller told dispatchers that someone has been placing food to attract deer (perhaps to hunt them more easily?) along SR 231 in the canyon area north of Reardan.

A collision involving a vehicle and deer took place at the intersection of Coyote Heights and Zeiler roads near Odessa.

JAIL BOOKINGS

Dec. 4: Ricardo N. Robles, 30, Spokane Valley, arrested by Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) for driving while license suspended.

Dec. 5: Jesse Ray Dicks, 48, Wilbur, held under contract with Washington State Department of Corrections.

Dec. 7: Jennifer Rhea Booth, 38, Davenport, serving a court commitment for possession of methamphetamine.

Cindy Lou Hill, 54, Spokane, arrested by LCSO for driving under the influence.

Dale Bruce Lewis, 56, Soap Lake, arrested by LCSO for driving under the influence.

Dec. 10: Curtis Dwayne Crowshoe, 53, Ford, arrested by Reardan Police for driving while license suspended.

Emily Pearl Phelps, 24, Spokane, arrested by LCSO for second-degree burglary.

From Dec. 4 to 10, 19 individuals were held in the Lincoln County Jail under contract with the Washington State Department of Corrections, three for Stevens County, and one for the U.S. Marshal’s Service.

Court Report

SUPERIOR COURT

John F. Strohmaier, Judge

Criminal Sentencing

Jennifer Rhea Booth, 38, Davenport, pleaded guilty Dec. 5 to possession of methamphetamine, amended through plea negotiations from possession of methamphetamine with intent to manufacture and/or deliver, and conspiracy to deliver methamphetamine. Her sentence includes 20 days jail (with credit for time served), $860 court costs and $400 public defender reimbursement. The case involved an Aug. 3, 2016, incident near Third and Morgan streets in Davenport.

Civil Judgments

LVNV Funding LLC won a $914.52 default judgment against Lisa Elliott, of Wilbur, in a matter involving credit account debt.

LVNV Funding LLC won a $841.96 default judgment against Susan Aldridge, of Harrington, in a matter involving credit account debt.

Vladimer A. and Anna V. Konev, doing business as Superior Built in Reardan, must pay $3,412,40 in taxes owed for April and June of this year to the Washington State Department of Revenue.

Roy E. Amrine, of Sprague, must return $2,465.78 in overpaid benefits to the Washington State Employment Security Department.

New Criminal Cases

Taressa Mae Marchand, of Nespelem, appealed an Oct. 31 Lincoln County District Court jury verdict of guilty of second-degree criminal trespass to Superior Court, claiming mistakes made during trial by the prosecuting attorney. A similar appeal also was filed by Bryan Timothy Ferguson.

Alfred Henry Joseph Wynne, 32, of Creston, is charged with theft of a motor vehicle in connection with a Nov. 24 incident involving a 1997 Ford Explorer that was taken from the 300 block of NE Foster in Creston and found in a ditch on tribal land adjacent to SR 25 north of Davenport.

New Civil Case

Claiming negligence by K&S Hansen, Inc., doing business as Davenport Family Foods, petitioner Dori Hagen seeks $22,980 for medical and related expenses and $100,000 for mental and physical pain suffering. Her claim is that she slipped on a rug in the store’s produce department on Dec. 7, 2015, and “fell violently to the floor,” suffering a shoulder injury that required surgery.

Probate

Estate of Marguerite Covington McCuen, a Ferry County resident, who died Aug. 16.

Estate of Neoma J. Iannetta, who died April 18, and Michael A. Iannetta, who died Oct. 31; both were residents of Coulee Dam.

Estate of Lajuana Braswell, of Reardan, who died Oct. 20.

Estate of Dean C. Wake, of Kennewick, Wash., who died Oct.. 21.

Estate of Eva Adeline Truscott, of Davenport, who died Nov. 20.

Estate of Leslie L. Parker, of Fairfield, Wash., who died Sept. 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.

Phillip Eric Browell, Bellevue, Wash., speeding (15 mph over limit), contested, found committed, $156 penalty.

Kevin Michael Quayle, Index, Wash., speeding (11 over), contested, found committed, $156.

Sylvia Jane Peasley, Keller, illegal use of studded tires, $100; operating vehicle without insurance, dismissed, $25 administrative fee.

Reid Alexander Moreno, Cheney, speeding (24 over), $218; no valid operator’s license, $190.

Rebecca Elizabeth Meincke, Harrington, operating vehicle without insurance, $190.

Anthony Kohlin, Edwall, no valid operator’s license, operating vehicle without insurance and wrong way on freeway (cross barrier), contested, found committed, $680 total penalty.

Theresa Lynn Desautel, Spokane Valley, speeding (15 over), $125; fail to renew expired vehicle registration, $136.

Michael Joseph Favret, Spokane, speeding (11 over), contested, found committed, $125.

Geoffrey Stuart Bullock, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, speeding (5 over), $105.

Angela Marie Bowers, Harrington, no license on person, $110; operating vehicle without insurance, dismissed, $25 administrative fee.

Zachary Andrew Curtis, Moses Lake, speeding in construction zone (11-15 mph over), $255.

David Matthew Craig, Kettle Falls, operating motor vehicle without insurance, $290.

Megan Jean Albertus, Spokane, improper passing on right side of roadway, $110.

Tawny Elizabeth Adolph, Omak, Wash., speeding (11 over), $140.

Michael Lee Haggerty, Olympia, Wash., speeding in school pedestrian zone/crosswalk (Reardan), contested, found not committed.

Connor James Phalen, Spokane, speeding in school pedestrian zone/crosswalk (Reardan), contested, found committed, $234.

Aleksandr Borisovich Yunin, Spokane, speeding in school pedestrian zone/crosswalk (Reardan), $234.

Dennis Dean Bailey, Jr., Ford, speeding (10 over), $136.

Chevelle Renee Behar, Medical Lake, fail to renew expired tabs and speeding in school pedestrian zone/crosswalk (Reardan), both contested, found committed on both, $374 total penalty.

Ginger Rae Cambern, Ford, operating vehicle without insurance, $190.

Violet Lorrean Berry, Nespelem, operating vehicle without insurance, $290; fail to use child restraint (3 counts), $100 each; fail to renew expired vehicle registration, $110.

Thomas Michael Williamson, Davenport, use of electronic device while driving, contested, amended by Reardan prosecutor to fail to renew tabs, found committed, $136.

Collin Reid Young, Nine Mile Falls, fail to renew expired vehicle registration, $165.

Jennifer Ione Brumley, Spangle, use of electronic device while driving, contested, amended by Reardan prosecutor to fail to renew tabs, found committed, $136.

Deborah Ann Guenther, Spokane, fail to renew tabs, $140.

MARRIAGE LICENSES

Lincoln County Auditor’s Office

Louie Aaron LaBrant, 21, and Kaylee Ann Lindberg, 22, both of Davenport.

Mariah Faye Schoenfelder, 18, and Britt Harold Heidegger, 18, both of Davenport.

Monte H. Yovetich, 56, and Tammy Kay Stapleton, 52, both of Spokane.

Wayne Douglas Thorson, 61, and Deelee Anne Hansen, 62, both of Nine Mile Falls.

Zachary Austin Reisenauer, 26, and Cynthia May Gardner, 27, both of Edwall.

Jessie Orozco, 41, Harrington, and Jettie Elisabeth Joseph, 33, Airway Heights.

Alexandria Richelle Diviney, 26, and Gregory Lee Walker, 46, both of Fruitland.

MARRIAGE DISSOLUTIONS

Lincoln County Clerk’s Office

New filings – Dec. 5: Nicole Marie Knopp, of Davenport, and Randall Frank Knopp, of Medical Lake, married Oct. 5, 2002, in Spokane, separated July 8, 2017, two children of the marriage. Also, 56 involving persons living outside Lincoln County.

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

Property Transactions

Lincoln County Treasurer’s Office

Rodney E. and Linda Schlimmer and Laurel J. Iverson, Odessa, to Rodney E. and Linda Schlimmer and Laurel J. Iverson, Odessa – property in Sec. 32, T23N, R32E, $0.

Rodney E. and Linda Schlimmer and Laurel J. Iverson, Odessa, to David A. Hardt, Sea-Tac, Wash. – property in Secs. 28, 29 and 32, T23N, R32E, $0.

Patricia J. Zimmerman, Almira, to PJZ 2 LLC, Almira – Parcel A: southwest quarter of Sec 29, T26N, R31E; Parcel B: property in southeast quarter of Sec. 29, T26N, R31E; Parcel C: property in southwest quarter of southeast quarter of Sec. 29, T26N, R31E with three specified exceptions; $0.

Cory B. and Tonya M. Dunlap, Dubois, Pa., to Mary Margaret Braun, Spokane Valley – property at 105 W. Chestnut Street, Almira, $100,000.

Howard E. and Lynda A. Leffel, Davenport, to Christopher S. and Amy L. Jenness, Davenport – north 443 feet of east 443 feet of southeast quarter of Sec. 31, T25N, R37E, except portions of County Roads 2977 and 2966, $0.

George D. Kunz, Seattle, to Kunz Kids LLC, Spokane – Parcel C: northwest quarter of Sec. 11, T27N, R34E; Parcel D: west half of east half of Sec. 11, T27N, R34E; Parcel G: south half of south half of Sec. 3, north half, east half if southwest quarter and southeast quarter of Sec. 10, east half of southwest quarter, south half of southeast quarter and portion of northwest quarter of southeast quarter south of Rimrock, Sec. 4, T27N, R34E, and west half of northeast quarter of Sec. 15, T27N, R34E, $6,450.

Mary Ann Bresba, St. Hubert, Quebec, Canada, to Kunz Kids LLC, Spokane – Parcel C: northwest quarter of Sec. 11, T27N, R34E; Parcel D: west half of east half of Sec. 11, T27N, R34E; Parcel G: south half of south half of Sec. 3, north half, east half if southwest quarter and southeast quarter of Sec. 10, east half of southwest quarter, south half of southeast quarter and portion of northwest quarter of southeast quarter south of Rimrock, Sec. 4, T27N, R34E, and west half of northeast quarter of Sec. 15, T27N, R34E, $6,450.

Valerie A. Schlimmer, Dennis R.J. Schlimmer and Alan D.M. Schlimmer (co-personal respresentatives, Estate of Robert D. Schlimmer), Davenport, to Valerie A. Schlimmer, Davenport – property at 520 Fifteenth Street, Davenport, $0.

Valerie A. Schlimmer, Dennis R.J. Schlimmer and Alan D.M. Schlimmer (co-personal respresentatives, Estate of Robert D. Schlimmer), Warden, Wash., to Alan D.M. Schlimmer, Warden, Wash. – Parcel 1: northwest quarter of Sec. 14, T22N, R33E, $63,650; Parcel 2: north half of northwest quarter, northwest quarter of northeast quarter, southwest quarter of southwest quarter, southeast quarter of southeast quarter, and northeast quarter of northeast quarter, all in Sec. 19, T22N, R35E, $92,180; Parcel 3: southwest quarter of Sec. 36, T23N, R32E, $49,300; Parcel 4: northwest quarter and west half of northeast quarter, Sec. 36, T23N, R32E, $103,250; Parcel 5: grantor’s undivided 56 percent interest in east half of northwest quarter and east half of Sec. 30, T23N, R33E, $77,610; Parcel 6: grantor’s undivided 56 percent interest in portion of northeast quarter of Sec. 31 north of Bob Schlimmer Road (No. 2705), T23N, R33E, $38,030.

Valerie A. Schlimmer, Dennis R.J. Schlimmer and Alan D.M. Schlimmer (co-personal respresentatives, Estate of Robert D. Schlimmer), Davenport, to Alan D.M. Schlimmer (4.285 percent) and Dennis R.J. Schlimmer (95.715 percent), Warden, Wash. – property at 8481 Weishaar Road (all of Sec. 16, T23N, R32E), $0.

Michael W. Hardin, Ann C. Johnston and Karen G. Smith, Davenport, to Nick D. and Vicki C. Nicholls (trustees, Nicholls Living Trust), Davenport – portion of north half of north half of Sec. 20, T26N, R37E, $750.

Wells Fargo USA Holdings, Inc., Frederick, Md., to Kelly and Linda Bowen, and Shawn Kreutzer, Maple Valley, Wash. – property at 40019 Sunrise Lane, Davenport (Lot 5, Blk 2, Sun Pine Acres, in southeast quarter of Sec. 27, T27N, R37E, $25,000.

Vern D. and Deanna (D. Darlene) Portch (as to a life estate), and Matt Daniel Portch, Darlene Howard and Danice Anne Deckard, Wilbur, to Arlene Breshears and Robert Goodner, Fresno, Calif. – property at 505 SE Trinity Avenue, Wilbur (Lots 13-16, Blk 21, Thomison’s Addition to Town of Wilbur), $65,000.

Josephine A. Townley, Davenport, to Rand E. Townley, Davenport – property at 37210 Teel Hill Road, Davenport (Lot 3, Blk. 4, Sun Pine Acres), $0.

Don and Julie Moss, Lebanon, Ore., to Ronald Rodgers and Kristine Kondrup, Spokane – north half of northeast quarter of Sec. 28, T25N, R35E, except portion of Lone Pine Road East, $42,000.

Carstensen Family LLC, Almira, to Mike B. and Lorie Carstensen, Almira – Parcel 1: grantor’s undivided one-half interest in Lots 1-2 and northeast quarter of Sec. 18, and south half of southeast quarter of Sec. 7, all in T27N, R31E; Parcel 2: grantor’s undivided one-third interest in Lot 1 and northeast quarter of Sec. 7, T27N, R31E; Parcel 3: grantor’s undivided one-third interest in south half of southeast quarter and Lot 6, Sec. 6, T27N, R31E, with specific exception; Parcel 4: grantor’s undivided one-half interest in east half of Sec. 5, T27N, R31E with specific exceptions, including roads, $0.

Mike B. and Lorie Carstensen, Almira, to Carstensen Family LLC, Almira – Parcel 1: grantor’s undivided one-half interest in Government Lots 3 and 4, Sec. 18, and Government Lots 1 and 2, Sec. 19, all in T27N, R31E; Parcel 2: grantor’s undivided one-half interest in northeast quarter of northwest quarter, south half of northwest quarter and east half of northwest quarter of northwest quarter of Sec. 29, T28N, R31E, and portion of east half of southeast quarter of northeast quarter of Sec. 30, T28N, R31E; Parcel 3: grantor’s undivided one-half interest in south half of northeast quarter of Sec. 10, T27N, R33E, $0.

Jay S. and Kathryn L. Jump, Kennewick, Wash., to Lincoln County Economic Development Council (Dale Swant, president), Davenport – property at 201 Morgan Street, Davenport (east half of Lot 3 and all of Lots 4 and 5, Blk. 74, Columbia Addition of Davenport), $0.

Ingham Holdings LLC (Michael Ingham, manager), Davenport, to D & S Hutsell, Inc., (Scott Hutsell, president), Davenport – south 86.5 feet of Tract 7 and north 97.9 feet of Tract 10 (with exceptions), Wilson’s Suburban Tracts, plus adjacent portion of east half of vacated Sixth Street, Davenport, $20,000.

Diane R. Williams, Davenport, to Ark Holdings Trust (Rob Williams, trustee), Federal Way, Wash. – Lot 6, Blk. 2, Deer Meadows Tracts Plat No. 3, Davenport, $0.

Clifford D. Jacobson, Spokane Valley, to Bruce and Dawn Dehn, Davenport – property at 1102 Logan Street, Davenport (Lot 6, Blk. 62, Essig’s Addition to Town, now City, of Davanport), $31,250.

Kenton J. and Suzanne Keiner, Lincoln, to Robert R. Holliday and Roseann Hartley, Spokane – property at 39215 Ivy Way North, Lincoln (Lot 23, Roosevelt Lake Ranch Division 5), $90,000.

William G. Hanley III (successor trustee, Anthony Martino By Pass Trust), undivided 50 percent interest, and William Golden Hanley and Dayle Christine Hanley Purinton (personal representatives, estate of Zona Lorene Martino), Pottsboro, Texas, to Danny L. and Tammi L. Payton, Kennewick, Wash. – property at 4103 Southwind Drive, Seven Bays (Lot 3, Blk. 1, Plat 4, Seven Bays), $44,900.

Anna Levitte, Spokane Valley, to Robert and Gina Simon, Sprague – Lots 8 and 9 and west half of Lot 7 and portion of Lot 10, Blk. 9,, Hewitt and Kinnears Addition to Sprague, $0.

Montara Ventures LLC (Anna Levitte, member), Spokane Valley, to Robert and Gina Simon, Sprague – Lot 4, Blk. 13, Lots 1-10, Blk. 15, south half of Lots 6-9, Blk. 16, Lots 4-5 and portion of Lot 3, north half of Lots 6-7, part of Lot 10, Blk. 17, Lots 1-10, Blk. 18, Lots 6-10, Blk. 19, Lots 1-10, Blk. 20, all in Hewitt and Kinnears Addition to Sprague, $0.

Doris Jean and Stephen Paul Kovalick, Yacolt, Wash., to Eric M. and Sharon D. Koch, Spokane – property at 33065 Winterwood Lane East, Davenport, $68,000.

Marjorie E. Peha, Almira, to Nathan A. and Aimie R. Wright, Almira – property at 403 West Elm, Almira (Lots 16-20, Blk. 14, Original Town of Almira), $44,000.

Michael S. Williams, Spokane, to John Richard Douse, Spokane – property at 39950 Carp Lake Drive East, Davenport (Lot 6, Blk. 4, Sun Pine Acres), $16,000.

Laurel Hansen (trustee, Sheryl Reinbold Special Person Care Trust), Davenport, to Laurel Hansen, Davenport – Parcel 1: northwest quarter, southwest quarter of southwest quarter, and north half of southwest quarter, Sec. 3, T27N, R36E (with exceptions); Parcel 2: east half of Sec. 4, T27N, R36E (with exceptions), $256,790.

Jerry D. Schafer, Odessa, to Sharri Proulx, Odessa – Lots 7-9 and adjacent 10x120 foot strip on east, Blk. 21, Finney Addition to Odessa, $2,500.

 

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