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Sheriff's Report


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, May 28: Davenport ambulance personnel assisted a man who suffered cuts in a fall at the Davenport Retirement Village.

Edwall firefighters were summoned to a fire near Tucker Prairie and Carstens roads near the Lincoln/Spokane county line.

Male inmates at the county jail lost their opportunity for outdoor recreation because they were “screaming repeatedly” and ignored warnings from corrections deputies about the noise level they produced.

A Davenport man told dispatchers his dark green 1992 Toyota Camry was stolen from in front of a garage in the 300 block of Sinclair Street.

Occupants were shooting firearms from a vehicle parked in front of a house on SR 231 near Edwall.

Deputies searched for a suspect involved in a break-in of two small buildings near the Davenport skate park.

Deputies assisted a 17-year-old girl at the Davenport Subway who was initially described as “unresponsive and vomiting” before she was able to receive medical care.

Deputies investigated a vehicle prowling incident in the 40 block of Park Street in Davenport.

Union Pacific Railroad reported a man and a dog trespassing on property adjacent to Williams Lake Road. A responding deputy successfully persuaded the man to find another spot.

Responding to the Spokane River arm of Lake Roosevelt, National Park Service personnel towed a disabled boat to safety.

Tuesday, May 29: Responding to the 300 block of NW Anderson Street, Creston ambulance personnel assisted a 45-year-old man experiencing chest pains.

Two deputies responded to a possible assault incident involving a man and a woman at a residence on Appel Road North near Edwall.

The driver of a Schwan’s frozen foods truck was injured after it was involved in a collision on Robertson Road in the Sherman area. A LifeFlight aerial ambulance transported him to a hospital.

Deputies assisted Grand Coulee police responding to a dispute between two men at Lakeview Terrace Mobile Home Park.

Deputies were contacted by the owner of a rental house in the 300 block of North Second Street in Harrington who told them two individuals were living there and not paying rent.

LifeFlight aerial ambulance personnel were sent to the scene of a vehicle rollover that occurred on SR 174 north of Wilbur and resulted in the driver’s ejection. She suffered cuts to her ribs and arms.

County Public Works personnel checked out a report of damage to Duck Lake and Tebow roads after a farmer moved equipment.

An Odessa caller told local police that while he was riding a motorcycle, a dog chased him down an alley in the 400 block of South 4th Street.

Reardan Police checked out a report of a loud argument involving residents of the 130 block of East Railroad Avenue.

Wednesday, May 30: After giving away puppies while at the Davenport city park, two women told dispatchers they were subsequently harassed by a man and a group of individuals they believe he had organized.

Deputies investigated a report of harassment involving a Davenport Middle School student and a classmate’s mother.

A caller told dispatchers she found a full cut-off horses’ tail nailed to the front door of a residence in the Hawk Creek area.

Lincoln Hospital personnel treated a Schwan’s driver who had been bitten by a pit bull dog he encountered behind the former bowling alley in Davenport.

A Harrington man reported receiving a debit card in his name – with $6,182 worth of transactions already linked to it – all without his permission.

Thursday, May 31: No injuries were reported as a result of a one-vehicle rollover collision on SR 174 north of Wilbur.

A caller reported someone had been stealing water from residents’ faucets in the 300 block of SW Creston Avenue in Creston.

Deputies responded to a dispute involving several residents of the 300 block of East 3rd in Odessa.

After Reardan High School personnel confiscated a student’s cell phone that may contain nude photos, the matter was referred to local police.

Friday, June 1: Deputies investigated a reported fraudulent use of a fuel card in the Sprague area.

Broken windows were discovered at a residence in the 400 block of SE Pope in Wilbur.

Saturday, June 2: A fire was reported on land adjacent to Hume Road.

A Davenport caller reported that a vehicle appeared to have been trashed while parked outside a residence.

After a caller’s report that a wallet may have been stolen, deputies secured a video from the Wilbur area business involved. It showed the caller putting the wallet in his back pocket and getting into a vehicle.

Deputies investigated a reported burglary in the 60 block of Marshall Street in Davenport, from which a couple of posters were missing.

Five individuals were reportedly shooting in a dangerous manner towards traffic in the vicinity of Jack Brown and Old Sprague Highway roads.

A responding deputy assisted an 81-year-old woman who experienced pain in her ribs after falling at a residence in the 700 block of Railroad Avenue in Wilbur.

Reardan Police responded to a report of a boy, believed to be in sixth grade, who tried to pick fights with other children at the town park.

After a Reardan caller advised his wife had threatened to harm herself, she was transported by ambulance to a Spokane hospital.

Sunday, June 3: Emergency responders from Edwall went to the scene of a one-vehicle rollover collision at SR 231 and Cloverdale Road. The uninjured driver, described as “under the influence,” told a Washington State Patrol trooper she had swerved to miss a deer.

A bear, apparently injured by a passing vehicle, was found in a tree adjacent to Prairie Lane Road in the Bachelor Prairie area northwest of Davenport.

Responding to Vista Manor, Wilbur ambulance personnel assisted a 78-year-old woman who suffered a laceration with serious bleeding after falling.

Items valued at about $1,200 were reported missing from a rental house in the 400 block of North G Street in Sprague that had recently been vacated.

Two individuals engaged in a “heated” verbal argument alongside U.S. 2 about nine miles east of Davenport were the subject of a caller’s report.

A man with a shotgun sitting in a vehicle and lamenting that his dog had been taken from him motivated concern from personnel at Sandy’s Family Foods in Wilbur.

A deputy warned six to seven motorcyclists and the driver of a pickup truck and trailer that they had passed a caller’s vehicle in an unsafe manner and almost forced him from U.S. 2 in the vicinity of Oehlwein Road east of Davenport.

A caller reported a pickup truck and a four-door vehicle appeared to be racing and driving recklessly in the vicinity of Sixth and Main streets in Davenport. At one point, the vehicles narrowly averted a collision with children playing there.

A collision involving a vehicle and deer took place on SR 23 about a quarter-mile east of Harrington.


May 28: Eliseo Vazquezrocha, 38, Cheney, arrested by Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) for driving while license suspended and failure to comply.

May 31: Donald James Bodeau, 50, Grand Coulee, arrested by LCSO for second-degree malicious mischief, residential burglary, second-degree burglary and second-degree theft.

Erney Wayne Gilbert, 57, Ritzville, arrested by LCSO for driving while license suspended.

June 1: Nicholas Warren Finley, 30, Quincy, Wash., arrested by LCSO for third-degree theft.

June 3: Jula Nora Rose Sutton, 33, Edwall, arrested by Washington State Patrol for driving under the influence.

From May 28 to June 3, 13 individuals were held in the Lincoln County Jail under contract with the Washington State Department of Corrections.

Court Report


John F. Strohmaier, Judge

New Juvenile Offender Matters

Two boys, ages 14 and 15, of Cheney and Spokane, respectively, are charged with second-degree malicious mischief in connection with an April 16 incident during which a dump truck and bulldozer owned by Dean’s Excavating (Dean Schoenfelder) were vandalized while parked at a job site adjacent to Bauer Lane in Deer Meadows. The truck’s fuel tank had been filled with sand, requiring cleaning and flushing estimated to cost $2,847. Electrical wires also were broken off.

New Civil Case

At petitioner Geico Advantage Insurance Co.’s request, the court appointed Spokane attorney Robert Seines as guardian ad litem to evaluate “the reasonableness and adequacy” of a settlement offered to a Lincoln County girl, now age 2, who was seriously injured on March 16, 2017, after being run over by her older brother who was attempting to back out of the driveway at the family home.


Janette D. Dobbins, of Harrington, was registered as successor trustee for the Jerld C. and Betty Rose Dobbins Revocable Living Trust and the court granted waiver of rights as successor trustees to Audrey L. Clum of Airway Heights and Myles J. Dobbins of Harrington.

Estate of Sharon N. Buck, of Davenport, who died May 11.

Estate of James E. Gooley, of Harrington, who died April 20.

Estate of Mildred J. Guhlke, of Spokane, who died March 30.


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.

Alondra Gutierrez Munoz, Cheney, no valid operator’s license with valid identification, $140 penalty.

Rodrigo Garcia Sanchez, Odessa, speeding (17 mph over limit), $125; operating motor vehicle without liability insurance, $190.

Parker James Cappel, Lamont, speeding (20 over), $156.

Travis Allan Baldwin, Airway Heights, fail to renew expired vehicle registration, $175; vehicle plate not valid/improper attachment $110.

Caleb Hans Bergmann, Davenport, signaling beyond required distance, $110.

Michael Norman Melvin, Spokane Valley, improper passing on right side, contested, found committed, $136.

Rebecca Ann Tatshama, Spokane, no valid operator’s license, $190.

Karla R. Sliger, Spokane Valley, using electronic device while driving, contested, found not committed.

Justin Michael McGrew, Davenport, speeding (10 over), contested, found not committed; operating motor vehicle without insurance, found committed, $290; speeding (18 over), found not committed.

Mario David Bojorquez, Spokane, speeding (13 over), contested, deferred; fail to renew expired vehicle registration, found committed, $110; operating vehicle without insurance, found committed, $190.

Amanda Lynn Dinwiddie, Harrington, speeding (19 over), contested, found committed, $156; operating vehicle without insurance, dismissed, $25 administrative fee.

Todd Matthew Rodrigues, Wilbur, safety belt improperly fastened, $110.

Renate Yvonne Phelps, Spokane, no valid operator’s license, $110.

Sidney Joseph Daniel Morris, Harrington, speeding in school crossing zone, contested, found committed, $234.

Randall Ward Miller, Chewelah, speeding (10 over), $136; no valid operator’s license, $110.

Aaron Grayson McDowell, Wilbur, fail to renew expired vehicle registration, $110.

Sean Francis McCormick, Ford, speeding (19 over), $156.

Ruthie Jean Massie, Davenport, second-degree negligent driving, contested, found not committed.

Josh Richard Logan, Winthrop, Wash., speeding (19 over), $187; operating vehicle without insurance, dismissed, $25 administrative fee.

Carroll W. Lisenbey, Ford, speeding in school crossing zone, $234.

Grant Lewis Kysar, Reardan, fail to initially register vehicle, contested, found committed, $550; operating vehicle without insurance, found committed, $190.

Tiauna Lynne Kannas, Creston, speeding (20 over), $207.

Russell John Huff, Reardan, fail to renew expired vehicle registration, $110.

Celia Ann Heimbigner, Odessa, using electronic device while driving, $136; no driver’s license on person, $100.

Addie Edna Joann Hargrove, Omak, Wash., speeding (10 over), $110.

Simon Griffith Strassner, Spokane, speeding (15 over), $125.

Joey Marcelino Gonzalez, Davenport, fail to drive on right side of road, contested, found committed, $136.

Annette Nichole Galvez, Springdale, speed too fast for conditions, $100.

Shannon Eatmon, Wilbur, operating vehicle without insurance, $190.

Teddie R. Eulogio, Wenatchee, Wash., operating vehicle without insurance, $390.

Skylar Ann Tollie, Kirkland, Wash., probation violation (driving under the influence), 3 days jail converted to 24 hours community service.

Damien Elias Frank, Omak, Wash., probation violation (driving while license suspended), 3 days jail converted to 24 hours community service.

Ira L. Floyd, Spokane Valley, probation violation (fail to transfer title), probation terminated.

Jason Daniel Wooledge, Spokane, probation violation (driving while license suspended), probation terminated.

Vincent Wade Birdtail, Spokane, probation violation (driving while license suspended), probation terminated.

Jose Aguilar Francasc Mandujano, Puyallup, Wash., probation violation (first-degree negligent driving), probation terminated.


Lincoln County Auditor’s Office

William Robert Lagozzino, 69, and Ricki Judith Zipkin, 66, both of Spokane.

Laurie Ann Brantley, 48, and Ross Andrew Johnson III, 51, both of Medical Lake.


Lincoln County Clerk’s Office

New filings: 42 involving persons living outside Lincoln County.

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

Property Transactions

Lincoln County Treasurer’s Office

Frank R. and Jennifer B. Ryan, Wilbur, to Daniel and Joan Odenrider, Wilbur – Lots 1-4, 13-16, Blk. 27, Thomison’s Addition to Wilbur and any vacated adjacent alley portions, $9,000.

Joseph L. Waterfall, Republic, to Marvin Gordon, Almira – property at 206 West Chestnut Street, Almira (Lots 13-15, Blk. 28, Town of Almira) plus 1981 14x60 mobile home, $20,000.

Jason L. and Beth A. Goetz, Almira, to Ervin Schmelebeck, Maple Valley, Wash. – property at 5438 SR 21N, Odessa (portion of northwest quarter of T21N, R33E) and 1977 14x70 manufactured home, $85,000.

TAG 206 LLC (Terry Geissler), Davenport, to Cory Hubert, Valley, Wash. – property at 206 Morgan Street, Davenport (portions of Lots 6-9, Blk. 86, Columbia Addition to City of Davenport, $200,000.

Joel G. Steward and Rhonda R. Haynes-Steward, Blakely Island, Wash., to Charles E. and Brittany L. Prather, Cheney – property at 41210 Sunday Bay Road North, Deer Meadows (Lot 16, Blk. 2, Deer Meadows Tracts Plat No. 3), $45,000.

Joshua J. Baker and Tiffany C. Leavitt, Monroe, Wash., to Scott C. and Susan D. Hoffman, Moses Lake – property at 41110 Sunday Bay Road North, Deer Meadows (Lot 26, Blk. 2, Deer Meadows Tracts Plat No. 3), $30,000.

Michael J. and Jane M. Richards, Davenport, to Robert J. Bute and Keslye M. Llewellyn, Wilbur – property at 41031 Pine Ridge Drive East, Davenport (Lots L-1, L-2 and L-3 of Halme Short Plat Alteration), $430,000.

Aaron Raymond, Nine Mile Falls, to Arlie L. Fase, Jr., and Jerilyn A. Fase, Sprague – property at 212 West 5th Street, Sprague (portion of Lot 9 and all of Lot 10, Blk. 28, The Addition to the Town of Sprague), $127,000.

James Bryan Pope, Wilbur, to Ryan J. Stewart, Spokane – property at 408 NE Spokane Street, Wilbur (portion of Lot 9 and all of Lot 10, Blk. 14, Faldborg’s Additionn to Town of Wilbur), $68,000.

Marivie Stewart, Spokane, to Ryan J. Stewart, Spokane – property at 408 NE Spokane Street, Wilbur (portion of Lot 9 and all of Lot 10, Blk. 14, Faldborg’s Additionn to Town of Wilbur), $0.

David R. and Rhonda G. Kuch, Odessa, to Round Lake Farms LLC, Soap Lake, Wash. – water rights transfer from portions of Government Lots 3 and 4, T22N, R31E, and portion of southeast quarter of Sec. 34, T23N, R31E, to portions of Sec. 19 in T22N, R28E and Sec. 24, T22N, R27E, each comprising 180 acres, $230,400.

Jeffrey S. Schibel, Patricia Ann Hays and Schibel Farms, Inc., Odessa, to Wheeler Land Holdings LLC, Moses Lake – water rights transfer from and to parcels in Sec. 36, T21N, R31E, comprising about 320 acres, plus irrigation equipment, $3.2 million.

John N. and Anna M. Laughbon, Davenport, to Edward P. and Carol J. Sykes, Redmond, Wash. – property at 106 Eighth Street, Davenport (Lots 6-10, Blk. 15, Timmon’s Second Addition to Town of Davenport), $300,000.

Davenport Gun and Game Club, Davenport, to Qwest Corp. (doing business as Centurylink QC), Seattle – property for communications easement at 27006 Gun Club Row, Davenport (portion of southeast quarter, Sec. 16, T25N, R37E), $1,000.

Joshua F. and Katherine K. Grant, Wilbur, to James R. and Tracey H. Prophet, Spokane – property at 16420 Jones Road East, Wilbur (Lots 12 and 29, Hanson Harbor Subdivision No. 3), $75,000.

INA Investment LLC, Battle Ground, Wash., to Douglas A. Dickinson, Davenport – portion of southwest quarter, Sec. 10, T27N, R37E, $38,000.

Warren R. and Heather L. Morgan, Quincy, Wash., to Vernell K. and Debbie L. Stigen, Maple Valley, Wash. – property at 41305 Harbor View Drive North, Deer Meadows (Lot 1, Morgan Short Plat), $682,500.

Geraldine J. Bartlett, Bremerton, Wash., to Connie L. Mayer, Bremerton – southwest quarter, Sec. 34, T27N, R33E, $0.

Charles T. and Dianne C. Sanchez, Harrington, to Charles T. and Dianne C. Sanchez (trustees, Sanchez Living Trust), Harrington – property at 403 South First Street, Harrington (portion of Lot 18 and all of Lots 19-24, Blk. 76, Southern Addition to Town of Harrington), $0.

DJR Holdings LLC, Olympia, Wash., to Rick Edward Richards and Loretta Sue Sandridge, La Jolla, Calif. – portion of southwest quarter, Sec. 4, T26N, R39E, $7,745.74.

Christopher S. and Amy Jenness (formerly Leffel), Davenport, to Mickey E. and Marieta L. Smith, Davenport – property at 1310 Main Street, Davenport (Lot 2, Blk. 2, Hutsell Addition to City of Davenport), $199,500.


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