Wednesday, October 30, 2013
From Okanogan County
Superior Court records
Karilyn Ann Cline, 23, Oroville, pleaded guilty Oct. 22 to second-degree theft-access device and third-degree theft.
Cline, who committed the crimes, was sentenced to 60 days.
Johnson pleads guilty
Christopher James Johnson, 26, pleaded guilty Oct. 22 to second-degree taking a motor vehicle without permission.
Johnson, who committed the crime Sept. 19, was sentenced to two months.
James Everett Davis, 56, Oroville, pleaded guilty Oct. 22 to possession of a controlled substance-methamphetamine.
Davis, who committed the crime Sept. 21, was sentenced to 30 days.
Fernando Cortez Ruiz pleaded guilty Oct. 22 to possession of a controlled substance and no valid operator’s license.
Ruiz, who committed the crimes Sept. 23, was sentenced to 30 days.
Galusha case dismissed
The court dismissed with prejudice Oct. 18 the state’s case against Duston James Galusha after his graduation from an adult felony drug court program.
Freeman sentence suspended
Jan Majella Freeman, 52, Okanogan, pleaded guilty Oct. 18 to solicitation-possession of a controlled substance, possession of 40 or less grams of marijuana, use of drug paraphernalia and obstructing.
Freeman was sentenced on count one and four to 364 days with 339 days suspended for two years.
Freeman was sentenced on counts two and three to 90 days with 65 suspended for one year.
Toree Anthony Clements, 22, Malott, pleaded guilty Oct. 18 to residential burglary and theft of a firearm.
Clements, who committed the crimes Sept. 13, was sentenced to 30 days.
Anthony Kalani Freeze, 28, Bridgeport, was charged Oct. 14 with bailing jumping, which allegedly occurred Oct. 11.
A warrant was issued with bail of $25,000.
Linda Beth Clark, 54, Omak, was charged Oct. 21 with two counts of delivery of a controlled substance, which allegedly occurred Sept. 11 and Sept. 17, and unlawful use of a building for drug purposes, which allegedly occurred Aug. 8.
Wesley Faron Anderson, 52, Omak, was charged Oct. 21 with four counts of delivery of a controlled substance-methamphetamine.
Anderson allegedly delivered methamphetamine Aug. 1, 6, 8 and 27.
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