Wednesday, November 6, 2013
From Okanogan County
Superior Court records
Christian Edward White, 45, pleaded guilty Oct. 31 to two counts of violating a no contact, protection or restraining order and two counts of tampering with a witness.
Dismissed were two other charges.
White, who committed the crimes Feb. 24, was sentenced to 30 months on the first two counts and 27.75 months on the last two counts to be served concurrently.
The sentences were to be served consecutively with other cases, court records said.
Condon pleads guilty
Dakotah Dupree Condon, 21, Malott, pleaded guilty Oct. 28 to second-degree burglary, third-degree theft and first-degree trafficking in stolen property.
Condon, who committed the crimes May 23, was sentenced to three to six months.
Luis Alfredo Baez Ramos, 20, pleaded guilty Oct. 29 to possessing a controlled substance and minor possessing or consuming alcohol.
Ramos, who committed the crimes Aug. 24, was sentenced to 30 days.
The court dismissed with prejudice Oct. 28 the state’s case against Gary Lee Martin Welch.
Valdovinos pleads guilty
Rodolfo Valdovinos, 23, pleaded guilty Oct. 28 to second-degree possession of stolen property.
Dismissed were attempting to elude a pursuing police vehicle, second-degree possession of stolen property and three counts of forgery.
Valdovinos, who committed the crime July 5, was sentenced to four months.
The sentence was to be served concurrently with a district court case.
Todd case dismissed
The court dismissed with prejudice Oct. 25 the state’s case against Mariah Kirsten after the defendant completed the Okanogan County Superior Court Adult Felony Drug Court Program.
Charles Daniel Wynecoop, 25, Omak, pleaded guilty Oct. 23 to first-degree trafficking in stolen property and second-degree possession of stolen property.
Wynecoop, who committed the crimes Jan. 12, was sentenced to 50 months to be served concurrently with another superior court case.
In the second case, Wynecoop pleaded guilty Oct. 23 to making a false or misleading statement to a public service and second-degree taking a motor vehicle without permission.
Wynecoop, who committed the crimes Jan. 22, was sentenced to 18 months.
Jackson pleads guilty
Jesse Paul Jackson, 24, Coulee Dam, pleaded guilty Oct. 23 to residential burglary, third-degree theft and third-degree malicious mischief.
Jackson, who committed the crimes between March 17 and, 2012, was sentenced to six months, which could be served with electronic home monitoring.
A second case was dismissed with prejudice.
Joseph Allen Thompson, 36, was charged Oct. 23 with two counts of unlawful possession of a firearm and carrying a concealed weapon, which he allegedly did Oct. 19.
Albert John Glassmeyer, 46, Tonasket, was charged Oct. 23 with harassment-threats to kill and disorderly conduct, which he allegedly committed Oct. 19.
Michael Scott Maloney, 26, Tonasket, was charged Oct. 23 with second-degree assault and fourth-degree assault, which he allegedly committed Oct. 19.
Rape, assault alleged
Nicolas Gutierrez Lopez, 56, was charged Oct. 23 with second-degree rape and fourth-degree assault, which he allegedly committed Oct. 20.
Melissa Rosa McCraigie, 30, Omak, was charged Oct. 24 with first-degree trafficking in stolen property and third-degree theft, which allegedly occurred Oct. 21.
Heroin possession alleged
Kevin Michael Clark, 32, Okanogan, was charged Oct. 28 with possession of a controlled substance-heroin, which allegedly occurred Oct. 24.
Gilberto Valenzuela Acasito, 46, Tonasket, was charged Oct. 29 with second-degree assault and first-degree criminal trespass.
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