Okanogan County Sheriff’s Office

Oct. 3

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: It was reported that two people were camping out in a trailer near Twin Lakes Drive and Larkspur Drive, Winthrop, and it was possible they weren’t supposed to be there.

Oct. 4

NOISE COMPLAINT: Caller on West Chewuch Road, Winthrop, complained about noise and dust at a nearby dirt bike track, saying it is an ongoing problem and does not have a conditional use permit.

SUPICIOUS ACTIVITY: Caller reported that a vehicle on Highway 153 near Carlton was full of copper wire and had been seen nearby the caller’s generator.

Oct. 5

ILLEGAL BURNING: A possible illegal burn was reported on Benson Creek Drive, Twisp.

ATTEMPT TO LOCATE: Caller reported that two people had gone hiking on the Monument Creek Trail west of Mazama and had not returned as expected, and were not answering cell phone calls.

Oct. 6

ANIMAL PROBLEM: Caller asked about open range regulations on Highway 20 near Twisp.

MALICIOUS MISCHIEF: Caller on Rivers Edge Lane, Winthrop, reported that a neighbor had dented a trailer with a hammer.

THREATENING BEHAVIOR: Caller on Homestead Road, Winthrop, said their daughter was threatening to come to their home and take a diamond ring that the daughter had left for safekeeping, and caller was afraid the daughter might hurt them.

THEFT: Caller on Twisp-Carlton Road reported that someone had broken in and taken a key box.

THEFT: The theft of a motor home was reported on Twisp Airport Road.

Twisp Police Department

Oct. 3

DOMESTIC DISPUTE: It was reported that an apparently intoxicated woman with two children was at a location on North Methow Valley Highway, yelling something about prescription medications.

Oct. 4

ROAD RAGE: A road rage incident was reported at Highway 20 and Highway 153.

Oct. 5

MEDICAL PROBLEM: An elderly man was reported having difficulty breathing at a location on West Second Avenue.

MEDICAL PROBLEM: It was reported that a person on East Fourth Avenue had fallen into a crawl space and hurt their ribs.

Oct. 6

MALICIOUS MISCHIEF: Some kind of malicious mischief was reported at the town park.

THEFT: It was reported that someone had left a service station on East Methow Valley Highway, Twisp, without paying for gas.

Oct. 8

THEFT: The theft of 40 gallons of gas was reported on North Lincoln Street.

VICIOUS ANIMAL: Caller on Twisp-Winthrop Eastside Road reported being bitten by a dog.

Oct. 9

DOMESTIC DISPUTE: It was reported that a person on Ross Road, Twisp, was yelling and throwing things around in a garage.

DISABLED VEHICLE: A disabled vehicle was reported on East Methow Valley Highway and Twisp Airport Road.

DISABLED VEHICLE: A disabled vehicle was reported on Highway 20 Twisp, possibly resulting from a collision with a deer.

ACCIDENT: A non-injury accident was reported on North Glover Street.

Oct. 10

INJURED ANIMAL: A dead deer was reported in the middle of Highway 20.

Winthrop Marshal’s Office

Oct. 3

CITIZEN ASSIST: It was reported that an infant had been accidentally locked inside a car on South Methow Valley Highway, Twisp.

TRESPASS: A trespassing incident was reported on Riverside Avenue.

ACCIDENT: A non-injury accident was reported at Castle Avenue and Center Street.

Oct. 5

TRESPASS: A trespassing incident was reported on Highway 20.

Oct. 6

ABANDONED VEHICLE: An abandoned vehicle was reported on White Avenue.

Oct. 7

MALICIOUS MISCHIEF: Malicious mischief was reported at a lodging establishment on Highway 20.

Oct. 8

THEFT: A theft was reported on Riverside Avenue.

Oct. 10

WARRANT ARREST: A person was taken into custody on Highway 20.

Oct. 12

TRESPASS: A trespassing incident was reported on Highway 20.

Okanogan County District Court

David Lee Jansen, 47, of Twisp, pleaded guilty to Disorderly Conduct. He was sentenced to 90 days with 87 suspended and fined a total of $608.

Michael Paul Utigard, 61, of Carlton, pleaded guilty to first-degree Driving While License Suspended. He was sentenced to 364 days with 182 suspended and fined a total of $1,058.

Okanogan County Superior Court

The court found probable cause to charge Ashley Leeanne Barr, 25, of Winthrop, with Attempting to Elude Pursuing Police Vehicle. Bail was set at $5,000. The court also found probable cause to charge Barr with Residential Burglary, five counts of Forgery and seven counts third-degree Theft. Bail was set at $15,000.

James C. Hoben, 38, of Twisp, pleaded guilty to Possession of a Controlled Substance other than marijuana. He was sentenced to 15 days and fined a total of $2,360.50.