The Odessa Record -

By Jamie Henneman
The Times 

Lincoln County Cops and Courts

For June 29-July 4


Last updated 7/10/2020 at 2:45pm


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.

NOTE: Several listings are missing locations because the Lincoln County Sheriff’s office did not include them in its report to the media.

June 29

A Davenport man called for assistance while he was walking from Davenport to Harrington, saying he was having a panic attack and didn’t know if he could make it to Harrington.

Nathanial Williams was stopped for Driving With License Suspended Third Degree.

A woman at an unidentified location called to report that her mother-in-law was opening her mail and not forwarding it.

A 75-year-old female who was having trouble breathing at an undisclosed location called for assistance.

A call reporting a fraudulent unemployment claim was made by a woman at an unidentified location.

Two dump trucks were reported partially off the road on HWY 2.

A disturbance at the Hawk Creek campground was reported.

Cattle were reported in the road on SR231 10 miles south of HWY 2.

A wallet was found in the middle of the road near HWY 2.

A fraudulent unemployment letter saying the recipient owed $3,000 to the state was reported by a man at an undisclosed location.

June 30

A Davenport man reported that his neighbor’s dogs have been growling and barking at him for over a year, acting like they are going to bite him.

A fire alarm was reported at the Spring Canyon Camp Ground Administration Office.

A welfare check was requested on a 11mo.old baby that was taken by its father from a woman’s home.

A suspicious vehicle was reported out in the middle of a field near Wilbur with its hood popped open.

A 67-year-old Lincoln man who was experiencing chest pain called for help.

July 1

A Sprague woman reported that an animal killed her chickens.

A man reported a haybale in the road on HWY 25.

An Odessa woman reported that a man was violating a no contact order against him.

A stolen boat was reported at an undisclosed location.

A called her reported cows out on the road near milepost 261.

A Davenport woman reported that her neighbor’s dog was out again and charged at her, but she was able to kick it away.

A suspicious vehicle was reported near the Rocklyn Road substation.

A Davenport caller reported a woman walking near the airport in a pink t-shirt and crying.

A caller found a baggy with two blue pills in it at an undisclosed location.

A Davenport caller reported a woman in a silver sedan parked on the side of the road with her chin resting on her chest and the door partially open.

July 2

A Davenport caller reported hearing gun shots and kids screaming.

A Davenport caller reported an irate white male with tattoos outside of the hospital.

A Reardan woman reported a slashed tire on a vehicle at her residence.

A woman in Davenport reported that a National Parks Service garbage truck has been driving by her house “very fast.”

July 4

A caller in Grand Coulee reported people illegally shooting off fireworks in the area of Plum Point.

A Davenport woman reported two cars racing side by side near the ball fields.

A Davenport woman reported that some “Apostolic kids next door” were burning tires in the roadway and she would like this to stop.

Fireworks were reported by an “intoxicated subject” near the intersection of Morgan and 3rd Street in Davenport.


June 30

Joseph Morgan Courchane,55, Controlled Substance, No Prescription.

Michael Kelsey Delong, 34, Driving Under the Influence.

Genevieve May Rockwell, 45, Driving Under the Influence.

Becky Lynn Vroma, 48, Physical Control.


John F. Strohmaier, Judge

New Criminal Cases

State of Washington vs. Jebediah Alexander Willyard, Possession of Methamphetamine


Lincoln County Clerk’s Office

New filings involving persons living inside Lincoln County: 2

New filings involving persons living outside Lincoln County:12

Author Bio

Jamie Henneman, Editor

Jamie Henneman is and editor with Free Press Publishing. She is the editor of the Davenport Times, based in Davenport, Wash.

Phone: 509-725-0101


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