Wednesday, November 27, 2013
From Okanogan County
Superior Court records
Miguel Angel Nino Chavez, 27, Omak, pleaded guilty Nov. 15 to delivery of a controlled substance, three counts of an alien possessing a firearm and possession of a stolen firearm.
Chavez, who committed the first count May 6 and the other charges Aug. 13, was sentenced to 13 months.
Luis Antonio Orosco, 29, Bridgeport, pleaded guilty Oct. 31 to two counts of residential burglary, third-degree theft and second-degree theft.
Orosco, who committed the crimes Sept. 16, was sentenced Nov. 15 to 22.5 months.
Morgan l. Roloff, 22, pleaded guilty Nov. 21 to two counts of residential burglary, third-degree theft and second-degree theft.
Roloff, who committed the crimes Sept. 16, was sentenced to an exceptional sentence above the state guidelines of six months on the burglary convictions.
Alejandro Cesar Hernandez, 24, Omak, pleaded guilty Nov. 20 to solicitation of a controlled substance-Oxycodone. Hernandez, who committed the crime March 8, 2012, was sentenced to nine months.
Another charge was dismissed.
Miguel Hernandez Avalos, 36, pleaded guilty Nov. 20 to possession of a controlled substance, methamphetamine, and obstructing a law enforcement officer.
Avalos, who committed the crimes Oct. 2, was sentenced to 50 days.
Jeffery Alan Muellner, 52, Belvedere, pleaded guilty Nov. 18 to second-degree burglary and third-degree theft.
Muellner, who committed the crimes between May 9 and 10, was sentenced to nine months.
The state dismissed Nov. 18 with prejudice its case against Justin D. Savage of Tonasket due to his compliance with terms of a two-year stipulation of continuance.
Hale sentence suspended
Jason Craig Hale, 37, Wenatchee, pleaded guilty Nov. 19 to attempted failure to register as a sex offender.
Hale was sentenced to 364 days with 124 days suspended and given credit for 126 days served.
Carolyn Lee Lozano, 35, Oroville, pleaded guilty Nov. 19 to second-degree burglary and second-degree attempted retail theft.
Lozano, who committed the crimes May 1, was sentenced to 12-plus months. In a separate case, Lozano pleaded guilty Nov. 19 to second-degree introducing contraband, possession of a controlled substance and use of drug paraphernalia.
Lozano, who committed the first charge May 1-5 and the other two charges May 5, was sentenced to 12-plus months.
Dismissed were three other charges.
Angelina Marie Jones, 27, Okanogan, pleaded guilty Nov. 18 to possession of a stolen firearm.
Jones, who committed the crime June 16, was sentenced to 6 months.
Theft of a firearm and carrying a concealed weapon were dismissed.
Tara Marie Jaime, 21, Omak, pleaded guilty Nov. 15 to first-degree trafficking in stolen property and third-degree theft.
Jaime, who committed the crimes July 24, was sentenced to 45 days.
Jenkins sentenced modified
The state modified Nov. 20 the sentence of John W. Jenkins for failure to pay legal financial obligations.
George Joshua Gilmer, 34, Omak, was charged Nov. 18 with second-degree assault of a child and endangerment with a controlled substance.
Gilmer allegedly committed the first crime Oct. 6-9 and the second crime between June 6 and Oct. 9.
Jeremy K. Wickwire, 36, Oroville, was charged Nov. 20 with residential burglary, which he allegedly committed Nov. 15.
Theodore Kurtis Storm, 26, Omak, was charged Nov. 21 with second-degree theft, which allegedly occurred between Sept. 30 and Nov. 18.
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