Lincoln County Cops and Courts
Last updated 2/10/2022 at 7:53am
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.
Traffic stops: 9
A local woman said she locked her keys in her car on the 300 block of Fifth Street in Davenport.
A caller reported a man slumped over on the steering wheel in a white Chevy in an undisclosed location.
A caller said a large gray and white dog tried to attack him and his family.
A Wilbur woman said a man came into the local pet parlor and dropped off an ammo box full of electronics while saying he was told to bring the box to the caller.
A Davenport woman reported a man walking by her house yelling obscenities at her before walking down Jefferson Street toward the elementary school and behind the grain elevators.
A Medical Lake woman reported a dark green Pontiac parked at the Colville pumps in Reardan with the gas hose connected to the car and both occupants seemingly passed out in the vehicle.
A disabled vehicle was reported on Highway 2 and Oehlwein Road.
Traffic stops: 2
A Lincoln County Jail inmate had her jail time suspended to serve later due to hallucinations and other medical problems.
A caller reported a small Jetta traveling eastbound on Highway 2 into Spokane County speeding and failing to yield to others.
A worker at Les Schwab in Davenport requested assistance finding the owner of a trailer that had been parked at the business for a long time.
A caller said a man and woman were taking the woman’s 85-year-old grandma to Lincoln Hospital to fill her pain meds but said the man would be taking them instead.
A Harrington man said he locked himself out of his white Lincoln in front of Superior Court.
A caller from Lincoln Hospital requested assistance with a patient who they were having a hard time keeping in the building.
A caller said someone was coming onto the property of an empty building on the 200 block of North Third Street in Harrington, taking items and moving things around.
Traffic stops: 5
A residential burglary alarm was reported going off at the Exxon gas station in Davenport.
Reardan Public Works reported a suspicious vehicle at the bird viewing area on Euclid Road.
A caller requested a welfare check on a woman supposedly staying on the 34400 block of Moore Road North a few miles north of Reardan.
A caller said her neighbor’s dog had been outside of their residence for two hours without shelter, food or water.
Traffic stops: 5
A Grand Coulee man said his son was walking up and down the hallway arguing with himself and calling himself “God” on the 45900 block of Highway 174 North.
A caller reported a woman throwing water on people and yelling so they couldn’t sleep.
An Odessa woman requested information regarding a junk vehicle on the 300 block of North Division Street.
A caller reported a possible driver under the influence.
A 911 static call came from an office in Wilbur.
Traffic stops: 9
A caller from the Sprague Motel requested a welfare check on a 16-year-old girl that ran away from home. The girl apparently asked for police and help to not be called.
A Ford man reported a head-on crash in the canyon up Highway 231 north of Reardan.
A caller from the post office in Davenport said an elderly local man hadn’t picked up his mail in quite some time.
A caller reported a man throwing a woman to the ground before pulling her back into a car and heading eastbound on I-90 from the Sprague rest area.
A caller from Les Schwab in Davenport reported a possibly impaired driver in a Toyota Corolla westbound on Morgan Street.
A 911 hang-up call came from the 200 block of Southeast Bell Street in Wilbur.
A one-car rollover crash was reported in an undisclosed location.
Traffic stops: 17
A commercial alarm was reported going off at a house on the 1100 block of Morgan Street.
Wilbur City Hall said a man requested a welfare check at a house on the 200 block of Southeast Trinity Avenue where he said there was a “weird smell.”
A Wilbur woman reported three pigs and a block dog walking down Highway 2 at milepost 219.5 heading westbound.
A caller reported his neighbor’s car alarm going off.
Traffic stops: 16
An Electric City woman reported a car crash in an unknown location.
A Spokane woman said she hadn’t heard from her friend, who lives in Lincoln County, in weeks, including when she went to her house to check on her.
A Sprague man reported 30 cows standing outside a fence on Doerschlag Road near the railroad tracks. He said the cows chased him off the tracks into a pasture.
A caller reported debris blocking an undisclosed roadway.
BNSF police said one of their train drivers reported what appeared to be a man laying down on the north side of the railroad tracks near Doerschlag Road about two miles from Sprague city limits.
Dale James Burke, 27, Davenport. Arrested by the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) on a charge of disorderly conduct including abusive language, provoking assault, obstructing a vehicle or pedestrian traffic.
Ralee Feather Meshell, 35, Spokane. Department of Corrections detainer.
Leah Marie Williams, 28, Nespelem. Department of Corrections detainer.
Logan Christopher McCarthy, 28, Davenport. Arrested by LCSO on a charge of fourth-degree assault.
Terrill Steven Miller, 33, Spokane. Arrested by LCSO on a charge of fourth-degree assault.
Judge Dan B. Johnson
Criminal court-Feb. 3
Kathryn Mae Vowels, Coeur d’Alene, driving under the influence amended to reckless driving. Sentenced to one day in jail with credit for one day served, a $1,000 fine and 24 months supervised probation.
Philip Wayne Irwin, Davenport, ignition interlock violation and no operator’s license. Case dismissed.
Philip Wayne Irwin, Davenport, operating a vehicle without a license. Sentenced to two days in jail, 16 hours of community service, a $250 fine and 12 months supervised probation.
William Emil Hughes, Reardan, third-degree driving with a suspended license and operating a vehicle without a valid license. First charge dismissed. Sentenced to three days in jail, 24 hours of community service, a $200 fine and 12 months supervised probation.
Hector Velazquez, Odessa, driving under the influence amended to second-degree negligent driving. Ordered to pay a $250 fine.
Tracy Jo Hayden, Tonasket, third-degree driving with a suspended license. Sentenced to one day in jail, eight hours of community service, a $300 fine and 12 months supervised probation.
Joshua Paul Hammons, Brewster, third-degree driving with a suspended license and second-degree operating a vehicle without a valid identification. First charge dismissed. Sentenced to one day in jail, eight hours of community service, a $250 fine and 12 months supervised probation.
Michael Jesse Fike, West Richland, reckless endangerment. Sentenced to five days in jail, 40 hours of community service and a $3,100 fine.
Shawna Lee Adolph, hometown not listed, driving under the influence amended to reckless driving. Sentenced to 17 days in jail with credit for 17 days served, a $1,000 fine and 24 months supervised probation.
Lincoln County Clerk
Criminal docket-Feb. 1
Austin A. Anderson, who is charged with third-degree child molestation, had his attorney changed from a public defender to a private lawyer. A readiness hearing was set for March 1 and a jury trial was set for March 23.
Larry Quincy Bronson Jr, who is charged with first-degree theft and first-degree stolen property trafficking, has a possible resolution coming. A readiness hearing was set for March 13 and a jury trial was set for April 13.
Cody Phillip Gould pleaded guilty to third-degree driving with a suspended license and illegally carrying a firearm and was sentenced to seven days in jail with credit for seven days served.
Timothy Lee Morton, who is charged with second-degree burglary and second-degree theft, has a possible resolution coming. A readiness hearing was set for March 15 and a jury trial was set for April 13.
Charlene Alberta Patenaude, who is charged with second-degree assault with a deadly weapon, display of weapons capable of producing harm and third-degree malicious mischief, entered a not-guilty plea. A no-contact order was given with the alleged victims. Bail was set at $5,000. A readiness hearing was set for March 1 and a jury trial was set for March 23.
Mack J. Meissner pleaded guilty to unlawful issuance of a bank check and was sentenced to nine days in jail.
Juvenile docket-Feb. 1
Rhayne L. Reid of Wilbur pleaded guilty to intimidating students or school staff and was sentenced to four months of community supervision.
Dissolutions involving persons living inside Lincoln County: Deborah Lloyd Lundin and Christopher John Gordon Cassidy.
Dissolutions involving persons living outside Lincoln County: 29
Lincoln County Auditor
Sale of two parcels of vacant land in Davenport from Guy Willett of Arlington to Jesse and Renee Renecker of Port Gamble for $140,000.
Sale of 39150 Sterling Valley Road North in Lincoln from Roosevelt Lake Ranches at Lincoln, Inc. in California to John and Barbara McMullen of Mckenna for $41,900.
Sale of four parcels in Odessa from Glock Ranch in Sandpoint to Busy B’s Farm LLC in Spokane for $850,000.
Sale of 31075 Pine Hen Lane near Hawk Creek from Spencer McDonald and Deirdre Hadley of Snohomish to David and Donna Parkhurst of Moses Lake for $96,000.