Wednesday, May 8, 2013
From Okanogan County Superior Court records
Rachael Ann Bainard, 33, Brewster, was charged April 9 with second-degree identity theft, two counts of forgery, making a false or misleading statement to a public servant and third-degree driving with a suspended or revoked license.
Bainard is charged with committing a forgery Oct. 24, 2012. The other charges allegedly occurred Sept. 3, 2012.
Amanda Lee Vanslyke, 27, was charged April 12 with second-degree theft that allegedly occurred Dec. 22, 2011.
Eli Paul Vanbrunt, 28, Omak, was charged April 12 with second-degree theft that allegedly occurred Dec. 22, 2011.
Ross Jr. charged
Charles Daniel Ross Jr. was charged April 16 with unlawful possession of a firearm that allegedly occurred Dec. 21, 2011.
Wells charged with rape
Steven Wayne Wells, 53, Omak, was charged April 26 with three counts of first-degree rape of a child and four counts of child molestation.
Wells is charged with committing two molestations with a girl, now 16, either in August of 2007, or between Jan. 1, 2005 and Dec. 31, 2007.
The other charges allegedly were committed with a girl, now 13, between Jan. 1, 2004, and Dec. 31, 2005.
Ronald Eugene New, 29, Tonasket, was charged May 2 with failure to register as a sex offender.
A warrant was issued with bail of $25,000 for New, who allegedly committed the crime July 6, 2012.
Rudolfo Valdovinos, 22, pleaded guilty May 2 to first-degree criminal trespass, second-degree theft, third-degree theft, obstructing a law enforcement officer and second-degree criminal trespass.
Valdovinos, who committed the crimes Dec. 14, 2012, was sentenced to five months.
Jolly pleads guilty
Anthony Robert Jolly, 35, pleaded guilty May 2 to first-degree criminal trespass and second-degree malicious mischief.
Jolly, who committed the crimes Jan. 13, was sentenced to 22 months.
St. Peter sentenced
Steven Ray St. Peter, 21, pleaded guilty May 2 to second-degree taking a motor vehicle without permission and making a false or misleading statements.
St. Peter, who committed the crimes March 11, was sentenced to two months.
Nanpuya admits harassment
Justin William Nanpuya, 36, pleaded guilty April 24 to telephone harassment and violation of a no contact, protection or restraining order.
Nanpuya, who committed the crimes July 17, 2012, was sentenced to 15 months.
Mitchell restitution ordered
Dylan Cole Mitchell was ordered April 29 to pay $300 in restitution to Carlota Duarte, Riverside.
Harper sentence suspended
Jason David Harper, 42, Omak, pleaded guilty April 23 to third-degree theft.
Harper was sentenced to 364 days, had 326 days suspended for two years and was given credit for 38 days served.
Dakotah Dupree Condon, 21, pleaded guilty April 24 to second-degree trafficking in stolen property and third-degree theft.
Condon, who committed the crimes Jan. 12, was sentenced to 83 days.
Shellena Marie Lucas, 27, pleaded guilty April 29 to possession of a controlled substance and driving under the influence.
Lucas, who committed the crimes Jan. 12, was sentenced to 30 days.
Use of drug paraphernalia was dismissed.
Renkert restitution ordered
Kelby James Renkert was ordered April 29 to pay $25 in restitution to LifeLine Ambulance, Okanogan.
Arnulfo Cortes-Zabalza, 46, pleaded guilty April 24 to alien in possession of a firearm.
Cortes-Zabalza, who committed the crime Dec. 17, 2012, was sentenced to four months.
Another charge was dismissed.
Connie Mae Reid, 58, Omak, was charged April 9 with two counts of forgery.
Reid is charged with forging a judge’s name and back dating a date on an eviction and restitution notice Feb. 4.
Chehalis Cloud, 31, was charged April 18 with theft of a motor vehicle and two counts of second-degree theft that allegedly committed April 13.
Kevin Carter Bailey, 44, was charged April 23 with possessing methamphetamine April 17.
Chad Jeremy Monaghan, 36, was charged April 18 with failure to register as a sex offender.
A warrant was issued with bail of $20,000.
Frisvold charge declined
The state filed April 23 a decision to decline to prosecute Christina Marie Mora Frisvold.
Jesus Denis Sandoval, 18, was charged April 19 with second-degree burglary, second-degree malicious mischief, third-degree theft and minor possessing or consuming alcohol.
Sandoval allegedly committed the crimes, including burglarizing the Brown Jug Liquor Store in Oroville, March 31.
Thomas Brent Verellen, 40, was charged April 19 with theft of a motor vehicle and forgery that allegedly committed April 8.
A warrant was issued with bail set at $20,000.
Brian Wayne Goff, 26, was charged April 24 with possession with intent to manufacture or deliver marijuana and possession of a controlled substance – Oxycodone.
Goff is charged with committing the crimes April 20.
Amy Lynn McGraw, 35, was charged April 26 with failure to register as a sex offender that she allegedly committed March 19.
Kevine Earl Devine, 41, was charged April 25 with first-degree trafficking in stolen property that allegedly committed April 22.
In a second charging filed April 26, Devine was charged with forgery and third-degree theft that allegedly occurred March 20.
Blane Scott Moore, 19, was charged April 25 with second-degree rape – in capable of consent, physically helpless or mentally incapacitated.
Moore allegedly committed the rape July 21, 2012.
Michael John Stensgar Jr., 27, was charged April 26 with first-degree assault — firearm or deadly weapon, harassment-threat to kill and second-degree unlawful possession of a firearm.
Stensgar allegedly assaulted and harassed Gustavo Diego Garcia on April 21.
The firearm possession charge allegedly occurred April 23.
Bradley Allen Sweat, 23, was charged April 30 with assault in violation of a protection, restraining or no contact order.
The assault allegedly occurred April 24.
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