Okanogan County District Court

Joel Moss Travelstead, 70, of Twisp, pleaded guilty to Reckless Driving. He was sentenced to 364 days with 363 suspended and fined a total of $1,058.

Maxwell A. Harrison, 77, of Twisp, pleaded guilty to Reckless Driving. He was sentenced to 364 days with 334 suspended and fined $718.

Gregor Wallace Howard, 53, of Twisp, pleaded guilty to third-degree Driving While License Suspended. He was sentenced to 90 days with 90 suspended and fined $818.

 

Okanogan County Sheriff’s Office

Aug. 27

TRESPASSING: A business in Mazama reported that a terminated employee, who was told that their belongings would be sent to them, had returned and was taking items.

BURGLARY ALARM: A burglary alarm was reported on Bill Shaw Road, Methow.

Aug. 28

THREAT: A person on Mundy Road, Twisp, reported being threatened in a text message from their nephew.

TRESPASS: A trespassing incident was reported on East Methow Valley Highway, Twisp.

DOMESTIC DISPUTE: A domestic dispute over a missing phone was reported on East Second Avenue, Twisp.

Aug. 29

NON-INJURY ACCIDENT: A non-injury accident was reported on Highway 20, Twisp.

ILLEGAL BURNING: A possible illegal burn was reported on Highway 153, Carlton.

Aug. 30

ABANDONED VEHICLE: An abandoned car was reported on Old Twisp Highway.

Sept. 1

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: It was reported that a really loud pickup truck was ramming into something on South Methow Valley Highway, Twisp.

DOMESTIC DISPUTE: A domestic dispute involving three people was reported on Old Twisp-Carlton Road.

DISABLED VEHICLE: A disabled vehicle was reported on Highway 20 near Washington Pass.

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: It was reported that a man driving a vehicle suspiciously had been seen on West Chewuch Road, Winthrop. A deputy talked to the driver, who said he was on full alert watching for poachers for the previous three days.

Sept. 2

ASSAULT: An assault was reported at a bar on Glover Street in Twisp, in which one woman was assaulted by two other women.

TRESPASS: A person was reported seen trying to enter a cabin on Bear Creek road near Pearrygin Lake State Park.

INTOXICATION: People were involved in a verbal dispute on Highway 20, Twisp.

STRAY ANIMALS: Stray cattle were reported on Twisp River Road at Elbow Coulee Road.

 

Twisp Police Department

Aug. 28

THEFT: A theft was reported on Riverside Avenue.

ACCIDENT: It was reported that a car was driving erratically on Horizon Flats Road at White Avenue in Winthrop, and had hit guardrails, nearly struck other vehicles, and veered off the road through a fence and into a field. The driver, an elderly woman, was disoriented but not injured.

Aug. 29

VEHICLE PROWL: A vehicle prowl was reported on South Lincoln Street.

Aug. 30

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: A caller reported that a person at a location on North Glover Street was possibly using drugs.

Aug. 31

THREAT: It was reported that a man on East Methow Valley Highway was making threats to kill some people in Spokane County.

ROAD RAGE: A possible road rage incident related to alcohol use was reported on Highway 20 in Winthrop.

 

Winthrop Marshal’s Office

Aug. 28

DISABLED VEHICLE: A disabled vehicle was reported on Highway 20.

Aug. 29

TRAFFIC HAZARD: A traffic hazard was reported at Castle Avenue and Main Street.

 

Aug. 30

BURGLARY: It was reported that some people had entered a maintenance area on Highway 20 the previous night and taken tools and an air compressor.

TRAFFIC HAZARD: It was reported that traffic was backed up in all directions on Riverside Avenue and that drivers were getting aggressive.

Aug. 31

LOITERING: An ongoing problem with a juvenile boy loitering at a location on Highway 20 was reported.

ROAD RAGE: A possible road rage incident was reported near the post office on Highway 20.

Sept. 1

TRESPASS: A person was seen sleeping on the porch of an unoccupied house in the North Landing development.

ILLEGAL BURN: A possible illegal burn was reported on Butterweed Road.

TRESPASS: A landlord-tenant dispute was reported on Castle Avenue.