Okanogan County Sheriff’s Office
SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES: Caller on Twisp-Carlton Road observed a man in the area of a nearby vacation home.
ASSAULT: Caller on Ross Road, Twisp, said a man had assaulted a woman and the man was now walking down Highway 153.
ASSAULT: Caller on Marble Street, Twisp, reported that his nephew was assaulted the previous evening.
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: Caller on Wildcat Ridge Road, Twisp, reported that a neighbor had seen a man walking up the caller’s driveway toward a home that is not currently occupied.
ABANDONED VEHICLE: An abandoned vehicle was reported at Twin Lakes Road and Bryan Road, Winthrop, and was blocking the roadway.
CIVIL MATTER: Caller in Twisp reported that he had given a gun to a man in March so the man could decide if he wanted to buy the gun, but the potential buyer had repeatedly refused to return the gun and was now claiming that the caller never gave it to him.
NON-INJURY ACCIDENT: A non-injury accident was reported on Highway 20.
INJURED ANIMAL: An injured deer was reported on Highway 153, Methow.
CHECK ON PERSONAL WELFARE: Caller requested a check on the personal welfare of a person on French Creek Road, Methow.
TRAFFIC HAZARD: Caller reported that a pedestrian walking in the area of Highway 153 and Iris Lane, Twisp, was wearing dark clothing and the caller’s vehicle almost struck him, and the pedestrian didn’t seem to be dressed for cold weather.
THREATS: A caller on Twin Lakes Road, Winthrop, reported that someone in Stevens County was threatening them.
ANIMAL ABUSE: Caller reported concern that a dog was being kept in a horse trailer on Twisp River Road and apparently was not getting food or water.
UTILITY PROBLEM: A power outage was reported on West Twisp Avenue, Twisp.
SEARCH AND RESCUE: Report of a 74-year-old cross country skier with a possible broken femur or hip, in the area of the River Run Trail.
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: Caller on Twin Lakes Road, Winthrop, reported a suspicious vehicle near a mailbox. The vehicle left when the caller approached.
HARASSMENT: A woman on West Chewuch Road, Winthrop, reported that her boyfriend was refusing to leave her alone and kept coming to her residence.
Twisp Police Department
VICIOUS ANIMAL: A vicious animal was reported on North Lincoln Street.
STRAY ANIMAL: A stray dog was reported on Hagerman Street.
AGENCY ASSIST: There was a complaint about black ice on Highway 20 near Twisp.
WARRANT ARREST: A warrant arrest took place on East Methow Valley Highway.
POSSIBLE SUICIDE THREAT: Caller on East Methow Valley Highway reported that he had received a call from a highly intoxicated friend who was talking about suicide, and had tried to commit suicide in the past.
HARASSMENT: A possible harassment incident was reported on Magers Street.
ANIMAL PROBLEM: An animal problem was reported on East Twisp Avenue.
COMPUTER CRIME: Some kind of computer crime may have been committed on Alder Street.
DISORDERLY CONDUCT: Disorderly conduct of some kind was reported on East Methow Valley Highway.
ACCIDENT: It was reported that a single vehicle had been involved in a roll-over accident on Highway 20, Winthrop, in extreme black ice conditions.
Winthrop Marshal’s Office
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: Caller reported that they could see someone inside a building on Highway 20.
VEHICLE PROWL: Caller reported that a vehicle on Highway 20 was broken into and some medication was taken.
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: Suspicious activity was reported on Bridge Street.
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: Caller reported seeing someone inside a building on Horizon Flats Road, possibly the owner.
UNSECURED PREMISES: An open gate was reported at a location on Highway 20.
CITIZEN ASSIST: The Marshal’s Office provided a courtesy ride for a disabled bicyclist.
CITIZEN ASSIST: The Marshal’s Office assisted a motorist at the post office on Highway 20.
TRAFFIC HAZARD: An unsecured load was reported on Highway 20.
FOUND PROPERTY: Found property was reported at a location on Riverside Avenue.
JUVENILE PROBLEM: It was reported from Twin Lakes Road that a child was having a “violent episode” and would not be able to get on the school bus.
JUVENILE PROBLEM: An officer assisted with a child who was “having a bad day” and whose behavior was escalating, at a location on Twin Lakes Road.
Okanogan County District Court
Eddie Ray Carpenter, 35, of Winthrop, pleaded guilty to third-degree Driving While License Suspended. He was sentenced to 90 days with 87 suspended and fined a total of $858.
Okanogan County Superior Court
Jacob R. G. Nanamkin, 24, of Twisp, pleaded guilty to Possession of a Controlled Substance. He was sentenced to 45 days and fined a total of $1,110.50.
Ashley Rae Hansen, 27, of Winthrop, pleaded guilty to Lottery Fraud and first-degree Theft. She was sentenced to 150 days and fined a total of $1,110.50.
The court found probable cause to charge Carl Robert Coshow, 31, of Twisp, with third-degree Assault of a Child. Bail was set at $5,000.