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Okanogan County Sheriff’s Office

Oct. 19

TRESPASSING: Caller on Torer Creek Road, Twisp, noted that on Saturday hunters went across their property, and on Sunday hunters went through a neighbor’s property on the way to state land, and then later hunters on horseback went through.

Oct. 20

EXTRA PATROLS REQUESTED: Extra patrols were requested on Horizon Flats Road, Winthrop, where a drug bust had taken place earlier and people seemed to be coming to that location during the night.

Oct. 21

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: Caller on Smith Canyon Road, Carlton, reported that dogs had been barking all night, then heard a vehicle idling and looked out a window and saw a large pickup leaving the area.

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: Caller on Twisp-Carlton Road reported that a man was throwing rocks from a truck.

ABANDONED VEHICLE: Caller reported that a car had been left in the parking lot of a business on Highway 20, Winthrop, and no one had come to get it. The driver had said he was going to get a flat tire fixed but did not return.

Oct. 22

DRIVING WITH A SUSPENDED LICENSE: A person was taken into custody on Riverside Avenue, Winthrop, on suspicion of driving with a suspended license.

HARASSMENT: Caller on East Chewuch Road, Winthrop, reported getting calls from someone harassing him about letting his cows come into a hayfield, in an area that is open range.

Oct. 23

THEFT: Caller on Witte Road, Winthrop, reported that a battery charger was stolen.

Oct. 24

CIVIL MATTER: Caller on Fiddlers Road, Winthrop, asked for assistance in retrieving items at their estranged spouse’s residence.

TRESPASSING: Caller on Sage Canyon Drive, Winthrop, reported that a hunter was shooting on the caller’s property.

HARASSMENT: An issue of harassment related to dogs was reported on Lower Beaver Creek

AGENCY ASSISTANCE REQUESTED: Caller on Cub Creek Road, Winthrop, reported that a hunter had shot a deer across the road and was now “dispatching” the deer on the caller’s property.

EXTRA PATROLS REQUESTED: Caller on Lost River Road asked for extra patrols because of speeding cars running a stop sign.

SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES: Caller on Red Dog Road, Winthrop, reported that they found a large hole that had been dug in their driveway and then covered over.

STRAY ANIMALS: Caller from a motel on Highway 153 reported that neighborhood dogs were wandering in all the time.

Oct. 25

SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES: Caller on Lester Road, Winthrop, reported that a partially clothed person was behaving strangely and trying to hop into a truck.

FOUND PROPERTY: Caller at Buttermilk Butte, Twisp, reported finding a rifle while hunting.

VICIOUS ANIMALS: Caller on Highway 153 reported that three dogs were chewing on a deer that had been hung up and acted aggressively when people tried to chase them away.

Twisp Police Department

Oct. 20

CITIZEN DISPUTE: Several people were arguing at a location on East Second Avenue.

Oct. 22

SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES: A suspicious vehicle was reported at a storage area on Twisp Airport Road.

Oct. 23

DISABLED VEHICLE: A disabled vehicle was reported at Highway 20 and Witte Road, Winthrop, apparently as a result of colliding with a deer.

Oct. 24

THEFT: A theft was reported at a business on Highway 20.

FOUND PROPERTY: A wallet was found on North Lincoln Street; it was returned to its owner.

CITIZEN DISPUTE: Some kind of dispute took place on Magers Street, but had broken up by the time an officer arrived.

BURGLARY: Caller on Alder Street said they woke up and saw a person with a flashlight in their residence.

Winthrop Marshal’s Office

Oct. 25

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

TRAFFIC OFFENSE: A traffic offense was reported on Main Street.

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

Okanogan County District Court

Trevor Martin Coleman, 39, of Winthrop, pleaded guilty to second-degree Criminal Assist. He was sentenced to 364 days with 363 days suspended, and fined a total of $808.

Brittany Lynn Hood, 26, of Winthrop, plead guilty to third-degree Driving With Suspended License, fourth-degree Assault, and two counts of first-degree Criminal Trespassing. She was sentenced to 90 days with 90 days suspended on count one, 364 days with 363 days suspended on count two, and 364 days with 334 days suspended on counts three and four. She was fined a total of $1,791.

Michael Paul Utigard, 62, of Carlton, pleaded guilty to fourth-degree Assault. He was sentenced to 364 days with 359 days suspended and fined a total of $608.

Patrick Glenn Ogilvie, 62, of Carlton, pleaded guilty to Driving under the Influence. He was sentenced to 364 days with 314 days suspended and fined a total of $1,041.

Okanogan County Superior Court

Laura Sue Virginia Walker-Sifagaloa, 31, of Winthrop, pleaded guilty to two counts of Possession of a Controlled Substance. She was sentenced to eight months on count one and eight months on count two. She was fined a total of $600.

Connie Mae Reid, 60, of Winthrop, pleaded guilty to two counts of Attempted Forgery. She was sentenced to 364 days with 364 days suspended on count one and 364 day with 364 days suspended on count two. She was fined a total of $1,110.50.

The court found probable cause to charge Wendy D. Snook, 49, of Carlton, with Harassment. She is to be released on personal recognizance.

The court found probable cause to charge Timothy Charles Lewis, 35, of Twisp, with Possession of a Controlled Substance and Use of Drug Paraphernalia. Bail was set at $10,000.

The court found probable cause to charge Jacob Ray Hope, 25, of Twisp, with Possessing a Controlled Substance and Use of Drug Paraphernalia. Bail was set at $10,000.

Jodi Ann Nanamkin, 29, of Winthrop, was summoned to answer the charge of Possessing a Controlled Substance and Use of Drug Paraphernalia.

Marriage licenses

Heather Renee Smith, 28, Twisp, and Timothy Russel Priest, 30, Twisp.

Lori Lynn Rodio, 49, Twisp, and Caine Steven Brand, 41, Chelan.