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April 12, 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 2: Responding to the 100 block of Main Street, Davenport ambulance personnel assisted a 63-year-old man with breathing problems.

Four girls were discovered “exploring” the Lincoln County Museum in Davenport and were escorted by a deputy from the property.

Deputies investigated a report of too many dogs at a residence in the 800 block of Twelfth Street in Davenport.

A caller told dispatchers he had been bitten on the buttocks by a dog in the 500 block of NW Armstrong in Wilbur.

Structures were threatened for a time by a field fire in the 34000 block of Teel Hill Road north of Davenport.

Deputies responded to a harassment incident reported by a Davenport man.

Deputies responded to a dispute between residents in the 100 block of South Elm in Reardan.

A deputy’s presence was requested in a dispute between a property owner and a tenant in the 200 block of South 2nd in Almira. The tenant said she was locked out of the residence and her belongings thrown away.

A Reardan resident requested local police to be on hand when his daughter arrived to retrieve belongings from the house.

Tuesday, April 3: A Davenport caller reported being threatened over the phone by someone with a thick accent who claimed to be from the sheriff’s office and advised he would be arrested on a federal warrant.

Deputies responded to a caller’s report of a knock at the door, a pickup truck that suddenly left the area when the door was opened, the sound of gunshots and a truck stuck in a field – all in the vicinity of Euclid and Tramm roads near Reardan.

A caller told dispatchers he heard a gunshot while on the water at Seven Bays Marina.

Water over the roadway presented a traffic hazard at the intersection of Davis and Lessor roads near Odessa.

A resident of the 50 block of Marshall Street in Davenport reported being threatened by a man who accused him of stealing his dog.

SR 23 near Sprague was blocked for a time after a collision involving a semi-truck and trailer at the Interstate 90 exit.

Two vehicles collided on SR 28 between Davenport and Harrington; no injuries were reported.

Reardan Police investigated a report of a possible burglary at a shed on the school property.

Wednesday, April 4: Responding to the 400 block of Glover Street, Harrington ambulance personnel assisted a man with a possible heart issue.

A Davenport man reported that six show calves were missing from property adjacent to Evers Road North.

Sprague ambulance personnel assisted a woman experiencing high blood pressure and vaginal bleeding.

A collision involving a vehicle and deer took place on U.S. 2 about two miles west of Reardan.

While traveling on U.S. 2 near Davenport, a caller reported someone was throwing rocks from the window of a truck ahead of her. It turned out to be children tossing pistachio shells.

A deputy located a 6-year-old boy whose mother had reported him missing in Davenport.

Thursday, April 5: The operator of the “All-Star Vacuum Sales and Service” trailer parked outside a business in the 700 block of Morgan Street in Davenport was advised by city officials he was in violation of the municipal code and should have removed it by April 4.

A resident of Cayuse Cove Road East advised dispatchers that someone buried a dead animal on her property.

Willows Motel personnel in Wilbur discovered marijuana in a backpack left behind in one of the rooms.

Friday, April 6: Creston ambulance personnel assisted a woman having difficulty breathing.

Responding to a residence on Doerschlag Road, Sprague ambulance personnel assisted a 60-year-old man with a possible heart attack.

Deputies investigated a possible harassment incident on property adjacent to Hawk Creek Ranch Road.

A caller observed a loose German shepherd dog running back and forth in traffic on SR 25 at the Porcupine Bay Road turnoff.

A resident of Mielke Road East noticed a red light in a bush and discovered a game camera aimed at the nearby residence. She took down the camera, placed it on her porch and called dispatchers to learn about her options and rights.

A caller reported what she believed to be several young men in a pickup truck parked at the Davenport Safeway smoking marijuana and consuming whiskey.

Odessa Police checked out a woman’s report of strange text messages.

Saturday, April 7: Davenport ambulance personnel assisted an 86-year-old man who appeared to have breathing problems and was coughing up fluids.

A Davenport man was concerned that a tire had been slashed on a vehicle parked in the 60 block of Marshall Street, but a responding deputy found no evidence of that.

A Sprague man agreed to stop contacting an individual after a deputy warned him he could be charged with witness tampering.

A mountain bike valued at about $400 was reported missing from the Stump Jumpers encampment at Odessa.

Odessa Police dealt with an intoxicated individual at the entrance to the Stump Jumpers encampment.

Sunday, April 8: Odessa ambulance personnel joined deputies and other emergency personnel at the scene of a one-vehicle collision on SR 28 that occurred when the driver swerved to avoid hitting a deer. She was transported to a Moses Lake hospital. Minor damage was reported to the roadway.

A caller told dispatchers that a collision involving his vehicle had occurred at the Stump Jumpers encampment at Odessa.

Calling from the I-90 Sprague rest area, a woman reported hearing her sister make comments she believed could be construed as suicidal.

A Davenport man requested assistance with an unwanted individual at his residence on Pankey Road.

Two vehicles were observed traveling past the “road closed” sign on Govan Road.

Odessa Police and ambulance personnel responded to a domestic violence incident in the 100 block of South 4th Street.

JAIL BOOKINGS

April 2: Terrance Kyler Jim, 19, Nespelem, arrested by Washington State Patrol for driving under the influence and while license suspended.

April 3: Morgan Skye Welch, Reardan, arrested by Reardan Police for two counts of possession of a controlled substance.

April 5: Jabe Justin Curtis, 35, Lincoln, arrested by Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) for a physical control violation.

April 6: Jose G. Zaragozamaldonado, 52, Othello, Wash., arrested by LCSO for driving under the influence.

April 8: William Michael Lobie, 50, Moses Lake, arrested by LCSO for an out-of-county misdemeanor warrant.

Anthony Leander Vio, 32, Odessa, arrested by Odessa Police for fourth-degree assault.

Property Transactions

Lincoln County Treasurer’s Office

Gary I. and Michelle Green, Wilbur, to Paul R. and Linda M. Boyer, Wilbur – portion of Sec. 16, T26N, R33E, $142,000.

Brian D. and Cynthia L. Cederblom, Edwall, to Craig E. and Sue Lani Madse, Edwall – portion of southwest quarter of Sec. 33, T24N, R39E, $30,000.

F. Elaine Cronrath, Harrington, to Jared A. Cronrath, Mark E. Cronrath, Joel E. Cronrath and Ruth E. Fromm, Davenport, Richland and Harrington, respectively – Lots 5-8, Blk. 20, Original Town of Harrington, $0.

Judy L. Singer, Spokane, to Delroy W. and Judy L. Singer, Spokane – east half of southeast quarter, Sec. 28, T23N, R31E, $0.

Almira Farmers Warehouse Co. Limited, Almira, to HighLine Grain Growers, Inc., Waterville, Wash. – various properties in Almira and Govan, three Burlington Northern Railroad leases and a 1967 12x60 mobile home at 506 N. Railroad Street, Almira, $762,731.

Marilyn K. and Philip A. Heninger, Odessa, to Joel and Danielle Hardung, Harrington – property at 710 South Fairway Street, Odessa (Lots 33-36, Libsack Addition to Town of Odessa), $325,000.

Rosana Ridout (personal representative for Anita L. Matthay), Kenmore, Wash., to Erica Rosana Ridout and Paul Gast, Kenmore – undivided one-third interest of the undivided half interest in north half of Sec. 31, T26N, R34E, $0.

Craig E. and Sue Lani W. Madsen, Edwall, to Brian and Cynthia Cederblom, Edwall – any portion of south half, Sec. 33, T24N, R39E south of railroad right-of-way, $0.

Brian D. and Cynthia L. Cederblom, Edwall, to Craig E. and Sue Lani W. Madsen, Edwall – any portion of Government Lot 4 north of railroad right-of-way, Sec. 4, T23N, R39E, $0.

Craig E. and Sue Lani W. Madsen, Edwall, to Madsen Properties LLC, Edwall – property at 50475 Cloverdale Road East, Edwall – portions of Government Lots 1-4, Sec. 4, T23N, R39E, and portion of southeast quarter, Sec. 33, T24N, R39E, $0.

Larry M. Fookes, Pasco, Wash., to Gregory W. and Colleen Porter, Ridgefield, Wash. – property at 205 East Airport Loop, Seven Bays (Lot B, Fookes Short Plat), $45,000.

Breck Samuelson, Newman Lake, Wash., to Timothy A. Agnew, Chelan, Wash. – property at 44844 SR 25N, Davenport (Parcel 2, Nydam Short Plat), $75,000.

Homeet and Simran Singh, Pasco, Wash., to Helen Y. Hill, Coulee Dam – property at 207 SE Trinity Avenue, Wilbur (Lots 10-14, Blk. 18, Thomison’s Addition to Town of Wilbur), $135,000.

Kenneth E. Johansson (trustee, Johnson Family Irrevocable Trust), Davenport, to Mary Beth Ziegler, Davenport – property at 204 Washington Street, Davenport (Lot 8 and portion of Lot 9, Blk. 17, Original Town, now City, of Davenport), $82,000.

Ronald G. Engelland, Fox Island, Wash., to Ronald G. and Mary Jean Engelland, Fox Island – Sec. 2 and portions of Sec. 10, 11 and 12, T21N, R37E, $0.

Quail Ridge Estates, LLC, Anacortes, Wash., to Vicki Van Buren, Bend, Ore. – property at 1465 Jefferson Street, Davenport (Lot 7, Plat of Quail Ridge Estates, City of Davenport Long Plat), $25,000.

 

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