Okanogan County Sheriff’s Office

April 11

ABANDONED VEHICLE: An abandoned vehicle was reported on Highway 20 in Winthrop.

April 12

TRAFFIC HAZARD: It was reported that two dogs were in the roadway on a sharp, blind curve on Twisp-Winthrop Eastside Road.

April 14

THEFT: The theft of three mountain bikes was reported at a location on Twisp-Winthrop Eastside Road.

April 15

STRAY ANIMAL: It was reported that an apparently stray dog had been hanging around on East Chewuch Road near Winthrop for a couple of weeks.

ANIMAL NOISE: A barking dog was reported on Barnaby Road, Winthrop.

April 18

BURGLARY: The property manager for a home on Sawtooth Lane, Winthrop, reported that the residence had been entered recently.

April 20

VICIOUS ANIMAL: Caller on Wilson Road, Winthrop, reported that she and her dogs had been attacked by a neighbor’s pit bull.

April 21

LITTERING: It was reported that former renters at a location on Rust Road, Winthrop, had buried trash and tires on the site.

PARKING PROBLEM: Caller on Twisp-Winthrop Eastside Road reported that a vehicle had been parked there all day and had been parked for several days at a time in the past.

Twisp Police Department

April 9

HARASSMENT: Caller on Marble Street reported that a man in the neighborhood was calling the reporting person names – the man was possibly high on meth.

April 10

NON-INJURY ACCIDENT: A non-injury accident was reported at South Lincoln Street and East Fifth Avenue – a vehicle ended up stuck in a ditch.

April 11

NOISE COMPLAINT: A noise complaint was registered on Wagner Street.

ASSAULT: A possible assault that apparently involved a former dating relationship was reported on Second Avenue.

April 12

UNSECURED PREMISES:  An open front door was reported on North Glover Street.

THREATS: Caller on Magers Street reported getting text messages from someone who was threatening to burn down their house.

April 13

CIVIL MATTER: Caller on Burgar St. reported that a man was harassing her while she was weeding in her yard.

April 14

CHECK ON PERSONAL WELFARE: It was reported that an elderly man on North Lincoln Avenue, who was wearing red sweat pants, appeared to be disoriented.

April 17

VIOLATION OF ORDER: Caller on Methow Valley Highway reported that a person has appeared at the caller’s work place several times.

April 19

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: Caller on South Lincoln Street reported that a suspicious-looking truck was parked across the street.

Winthrop Marshal’s Office

April 10

CIVIL DISPUTE: Caller on Wolf Creek Road reported that a man was at the caller’s residence confronting the caller’s wife about an earlier theft complaint.

April 11

SUSPICIOUS OBJECT: It was reported that a pistol was in the middle of Highway 20 near Twisp.

April 15

THEFT: It was reported that a driver left a gas station on Highway 20 without paying.

April 18

FORGERY: A forgery was reported on Riverside Avenue.

DUI: A person was taken into custody on Highway 20 for suspicion of DUI.

April 21

NOISE COMPLAINT: A noise complaint was registered on Riverside Avenue.

Okanogan County District Court

Trevor M. Coleman, 28, of Twisp, pleaded guilty to third-degree Malicious Mischief. He was sentenced to 180 days with 180 suspended and fined a total of $893.

Doran Earl Doran, 42, of Twisp, pleaded guilty to three counts second-degree Hunting Big Game Without a License. He was sentenced to 180 days with 180 suspended on each count and fined a total of $2,768.