Wednesday, October 16, 2013
From Okanogan County
Superior Court records
Louis pleads guilty
Leaysha Lamariah Louis, 19, pleaded guilty Oct. 8 to second-degree taking a motor vehicle without permission.
Louis, who committed the crime Aug. 3, was sentenced to 25 months.
Lois Elaine Perez, 52, pleaded guilty Oct. 8 to third-degree retail theft with extenuating circumstances.
Perez, who committed the crime May 18, 2012, was sentenced to 24 months.
A jury returned a not guilty verdict Oct. 9 in the state’s case against Phillip Cody Ruiz.
An order of acquittal was entered based on the verdict.
Tia Lenee Meshelle, 24, pleaded guilty Oct. 7 to possessing a controlled substance.
Meshelle, who committed the crime July 28, was sentenced to six-plus months to be served with time in a second charging.
In the second case, Meshelle pleaded guilty to two counts of forgery and a count of second-degree theft.
Two other charges were dismissed.
Meshelle, who committed the crimes July 5, was sentenced to six months.
Lezard pleads guilty
Marvin Keith Lezard, 48, Omak, pleaded guilty Oct. 4 to second-degree trafficking in stolen property.
Lezard, who committed the crimes Aug. 7, was sentenced to three months.
Kyle Steven Scott Cate, 21, Okanogan, pleaded guilty Oct. 4 to first-degree trafficking in stolen property, third-degree theft and obstructing a law enforcement officer.
Dismissed was a charge of first-degree robbery-general robbery.
Cate, who committed the crimes Aug. 3, was sentenced to three months.
Raini Michelle Pichette, 26, Omak, pleaded guilty Aug. 19 to third-degree assault of an law enforcement officer.
Pichette, who committed the crime Dec. 8, 2012, was sentenced Oct. 7 to 30 days.
Eva Lily McKinney, 24, Omak, was charged Oct. 3 with four counts of delivery of a controlled substance-heroin and one count of delivery of a controlled substance-methamphetamine.
McKinney is charged with committing the heroin deliveries Jan. 14, Jan. 24, Feb. 14 and March 8 and the methamphetamine delivery Feb. 21.
Bail initially was set at $50,000 during a preliminary hearing.
Dustin Thomas Hayes, 25, Omak, was charged Oct. 4 with possession of a controlled substance-heroin, which he allegedly committed Oct. 1.
Miguel Hernandez Avalos, 36, Brewster, was charged Oct. 7 with possession of a controlled substance-methamphetamine and obstructing a law enforcement officer.
Avalos allegedly committed the crimes Oct. 2.
Leslie notice filed
The state filed notice Oct. 9 that it was declining to file in Superior Court and would file in District Court charges against Carrie M. Leslie.
Larry E. Siltman, 58, Omak, was charged Oct. 9 with three counts of violation of a no-contact, protection or restraining order and a count of resisting arrest.
The violation allegedly occurred Sept. 13, Sept. 21 and Oct. 6, when the resisting charge allegedly occurred.
Sunnie Fae Leapaldt, 36, Omak, was charged Oct. 9 with second-degree burglary and first-degree trafficking in stolen property.
Paldt, who was held on $10,000 bail at a preliminary hearing, allegedly committed the crimes Oct. 7.
Luntsford sentence suspended
Adam C. Luntsford, 39, Omak, pleaded guilty Oct. 2 to third-degree malicious mischief.
Luntsford, who committed the crime July 5, was sentenced to 364 days, had 334 days suspended for 2 years and given credit for 30 days served.
David J.L. Condon Soderberg, 19, Omak, pleaded guilty July 10 to second-degree trafficking in stolen property, third-degree possession of stolen property and making a false or misleading statements to a public servant.
Soderberg, who committed the first two crimes Jan 12 and the third crime Jan. 10, was sentenced Sept. 26 to three months.
In a second filing, Soderberg pleaded guilty Sept. 26 to possession of a controlled substance, use of drug paraphernalia and third-degree driving with a suspended or revoked license.
Soderberg, who committed the crimes June 21, was sentenced to 30 days to be served consecutively with the first charging.
Tami Kay Campbell, 54, Twisp, pleaded guilty Sept. 25 to possession of a controlled substance and use of drug paraphernalia.
Campbell, who committed the crimes July 5, was sentenced to 30 days.
An order to modified judgment and sentenced was entered Oct. 1 involving Alisa D. Rice, Coulee Dam.
The modification was entered after Rice failed to provide a substance abuse evaluation report to the court and failed to appear at a review hearing July 22.
Kristina Kuehne, 28, Coulee Dam, was charged Sept. 30 with first-degree identity theft, second-degree theft and five counts of forgery.
Kuehne allegedly committed the crimes between Aug. 24 and Sept. 1.
Diana L. Armstrong, 46, Omak, was charged Sept. 30 with second-degree identity theft, which allegedly occurred July 2.
Robert Brian Bradshaw, 26, was charged Oct. 1 with possession with intent to manufacturer a controlled substance – methamphetamine and use of drug paraphernalia.
Bradshaw allegedly committed the crimes Sept. 12.
Jerry Ray Mears, 48, Omak, was charged Oct. 1 with theft of a motor vehicle and second-degree theft, which allegedly occurred Sept. 23.
In a separate case, Mears was charged Oct. 1 with three counts of harassment-threats to kill, three counts of intimidating a witness and two counts of tampering with a witness.
Mears allegedly committed the crimes between Sept. 22 and 24.
Francisco Murillo, 31, Okanogan, was charged Oct. 1 with alien in possession of a firearm, carrying a concealed weapon and unlawful possession of a legend drug – Naproxen.
Murillo allegedly committed the crimes Sept. 26.
Jason David Harder, 42, Omak, was charged Oct. 1 with second-degree burglary and third-degree theft, which allegedly occurred Aug. 24.
Elijah Keith Louie, also known as Elijah K. Stanger, 19, Coulee Dam, was charged Oct. 2 with residential burglary, which allegedly occurred Sept. 27.
Jared Clayton Naclerio, 22, Oroville, was charged Oct. 2 with possession of a controlled substance-hydrocodone, which allegedly occurred Sept. 27.
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