Okanogan County Sheriff’s Office

March 11

CITIZEN ASSIST: A person calling from Harrier Hill Road, Winthrop, asked to find out where she could or could not ride her all-terrain vehicle.

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

March 12

CHECK ON PERSONAL WELFARE: Caller was concerned about a person in their 90s who lives in Twisp and was not answering the door.

CHECK ON PERSONAL WELFARE: Caller was concerned about person in their 80s who lives in Twisp and was not answering the door.

March 15

VICIOUS ANIMAL: A call from Gold Creek indicated a calf had possibly been attacked by a wolf.

BURGLARY: A burglary was reported on Twisp Airport Road.

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

March 16

911 CALL ABUSE: A person on Highway 153, Methow, made a 911 call and then continually hung up when contacted; it possibly was a juvenile playing around with the phone.

MALICIOUS MISCHIEF: A person on Lost River Road, Mazama, reported that a vehicle window had been broken the previous evening.

DOMESTIC DISPUTE: A caller on Arrowleaf Road, Mazama, reported a verbal dispute and said an intoxicated man was refusing to leave and was threatening to slash the caller’s tires.

March 17

SEARCH AND RESCUE: It was reported that a 70-year-old person had slipped on some ice, fell and possibly broke their hip at a location on Goat Creek Road, Mazama.

VICIOUS ANIMAL: A caller on Gun Dog Road, Twisp, reported that a neighbor’s dog came onto their property and attacked the caller’s dog.

WARRANT ARREST: A warrant arrest was carried out on North Glover Street, Twisp.

March 20

BURGLARY ALARM: A burglary alarm was reported on Davis Lake Road, Winthrop.

March 21

PERSONAL WELFARE CHECK: A personal welfare check was requested for a location on Gold Creek Loop Road, Carlton.

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: Suspicious activity was reported on Mundy Road, Twisp.

March 22

STRAY ANIMALS: Two Black Angus cattle were reported on the side of the roadway at Highway 20 and Twin Lakes Road, Winthrop.

THEFT: A theft was reported on Surface Lane, Twisp.

March 23

CHECK ON PERSONAL WELFARE: A check on the personal welfare of a person on Highway 153, Carlton, was requested as the caller had not heard from the person for several days.

Twisp Police Department

March 11

NOISE: A noise complaint was registered on South Methow Street.

March 12

FOUND PROPERTY: Found property was reported on Magers Street.

March 14

ASSAULT: It was reported that man on a bicycle on Highway 20 was assaulted by a man in pickup truck.

HARASSMENT: A harassment incident was reported on Magers Street.

March 16

911 CALL ABUSE: A 911 caller asked to speak to an officer but refused to provide any information.

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY; There was a report of a mutilated turkey on the hood of a vehicle on Magers Street.

March 18

HIT-AND-RUN: A hit-and-run accident was reported on South Highway 20.

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: Caller on Twisp River Road reported they had just had contact with a young man who appeared to be high on drugs or possibly suffering from low blood sugar.

MEDICAL PROBLEM: It was reported that a man in his 20s on West Twisp Avenue was highly combative as he was trying to withdraw from using bath salts as a drug.

March 19

THEFT: A theft was reported at a store on East Methow Valley Highway.

ATTEMPT TO LOCATE: Officers were asked to attempt to locate someone under the Highway 20 bridge over the Methow River.

March 21

CIVIL ISSUE: A civil issue was reported at a motel on Highway 20.

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVTY: Caller on Magers Street reported that someone in black van with covered windows had followed the caller’s daughter.

March 22

NOISE COMPLAINT: A noise complaint was registered at the town park.

March 23

TRAFFIC PROBLEM: A tree fell on a power line on North Methow Valley Highway and was creating traffic problems.

Winthrop Marshal’s Office

March 14

INJURED ANIMAL: An injured deer was reported on Highway 20 near the KOA Campground.

March 17

BURGLARY ALARM: A burglary alarm sounded on Horizon Flats Road. An office window was broken and drawers were rummaged.

March 20

WEAPONS OFFENSE: A weapons offense was reported on Riverside Avenue.

911 CALL ABUSE: Dispatcher received two calls from a location on Winthrop Avenue.

March 21

CODE VIOLATION: A notice of a town code violation was delivered to a business on Highway 20.

Okanogan County Superior Court

The court found probable cause to charge Christopher Kelly Cramer, 43, of Twisp with Felony Harassment. Bail was set at $10,000.

The court found probable cause to charge Amanda Noell Tomatich, 27, of Twisp with Possession With Intent to Manufacture or Deliver a Controlled Substance, Use of Drug Paraphernalia and Obstructing a Law Enforcement Officer. Bail was set at $2,500.

The court found probable cause to charge Lucas J. Blackburn, 37, from Twisp, with Possession With Intent to Manufacture or Deliver a Controlled Substance, Use of Drug Paraphernalia and third-degree Driving While License Suspended or Revoked. Bail was set at $5,000.