Wednesday, October 2, 2013
From Okanogan County
Superior Court records
Davis sentence suspended
Kyle Christopher Davis, 24, Omak, pleaded guilty Sept. 20 to communication with a minor for immoral purposes and furnishing liquor to a minor.
Davis was sentenced to 364 days with 274 days suspended for two years and given credit for two days served.
Eric Andreas Bakken, 49, Omak, pleaded guilty Sept. 20 to harassment-threats to kill.
Bakken, who committed the crime Aug. 10, was sentenced to two months.
Sutton pleads guilty
Garry Gordon Sutton, 54, Riverside, pleaded guilty Sept. 20 possession of a controlled substance.
Sutton, who committed the crime Sept. 1, was sentenced to 30 days.
Hendrickson gets dispositions
The court dismissed with prejudice Sept. 20 its case against Gary E. Hendrickson, 31, Omak.
The dismissal came after Hendrickson completed Okanogan County Superior Court Adult Felony Drug Court Program.
In a separate case, Hendrickson pleaded guilty Sept. 20 to third-degree theft, four counts of second-degree criminal trespass, third-degree malicious mischief, two counts of first-degree malicious mischief and second-degree malicious mischief.
Hendrickson, who committed the crimes between Oct. 28 and Dec. 4, 2011, was sentenced to 102 days for two counts of first-degree malicious mischief and a count of second-degree criminal trespass.
The other sentences were suspended.
William Alexander, 66, Brewster, was charged Sept. 19 with four counts of unlawful possession of a firearm.
Alexander is charged with committing the crimes Sept. 13.
Burglary, theft alleged
Kerri Lynn Boyle, 36, Omak, was charged Sept. 19 with residential burglary and third-degree theft, which allegedly was committed Aug. 30.
Renkert case dismissed
The court dismissed Sept. 19 the case against Kelby Renkert citing no probable cause during a preliminary hearing.
A note by Superior Court Judge Henry A. Rawson said there had been a rule violation with Renkert being held eight days without review.
Benjamin M. Hoffman, 22, Pateros, was charged Sept. 20 with harassment-threats to kill.
Hoffmann allegedly committed the crime Sept. 17.
A $25,000 bail bond was posted Sept. 20.
Jesse Daniel Ray Lightley, 19, Omak, was charged Sept. 24 with second-degree malicious mischief-domestic violence and fourth-degree assault-domestic violence.
Lightley allegedly committed the crimes Sept. 11.
Jordan Scott Severance, 23, Oroville, was charged Sept. 24 with five counts of possession of a controlled substance.
Severance allegedly possessed MDMA (ecstasy), psilocybin, hydromorphone, hydrocodone and lysergic acid Sept. 19.
Christopher James Johnson, 26, Mount Anne, was charged Sept. 25 with possession of a stolen motor vehicle, which allegedly occurred Sept. 19.
James Everett Davis, 56, Oroville, was charged Sept. 25 with possession of a controlled substance-methamphetamine, which allegedly occurred Sept. 21.
Travis Wesley Orr, 29, Kelowna, B.C., was charged Sept. 25 with possession of a controlled substance-cocaine, which allegedly occurred Sept. 20.
Rehmke charged declined
The state filed Sept. 10 to decline to charge Zane Michael Rehmke in Superior Court and to charge him in District Court.
Fernando Corte-Ruiz, 22, was charged Sept. 26 with possession of a controlled substance-methamphetamine and no valid operator’s license.
Corte-Ruiz allegedly committed the crimes Sept. 23.
Burglary, theft alleged
Jason David Harder, 42, Okanogan, was charged Sept. 26 with second-degree burglary and third-degree theft, which allegedly occurred Sept. 24.
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