Okanogan County Sheriff’s Office

Sept. 12

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: Caller on Twisp River Road reported that people were in the woods nearby, attempting to steal things from houses and tractors.

Sept. 14

INJURED ANIMAL: An injured deer was reported on Old Twisp Highway.

Sept. 15

ASSAULT: Caller on Old Carlton Road reported they were assaulted.

MISSING ANIMALS: Caller on Lost River Road reported that three horses were missing.

Sept. 16

UNSECURED PREMISE: Caller reported that a door appeared to be pushed in at a location on Riverside Avenue in Winthrop.

Sept. 18

THEFT: Caller on Thurlow Road, Twisp, reported that ID had been taken from their wallet.

THEFT: Caller on Poorman Creek Road reported that they were missing a 37-inch leather belt with a big brass buckle, and two leather-bound books.

ALARM: A burglar alarm was reported at a business on Highway 20 in Twisp.

Twisp Police Department

Sept. 14

DOMESTIC DISPUTE: Caller on Magers Street reported that they could hear loud screaming that sounded like an argument coming from a residence next door.

Sept. 15

BURGLARY: A burglary was reported on Days Lane.

VAGRANCY: A possible case of vagrancy was reported at the town park.

Sept. 16

THEFT: A theft was reported at location on East Second Avenue.

Sept. 16

ACCIDENT: A non-injury accident occurred at a location on East Methow Valley Highway, where a motorist drove through a window.

Sept. 17

THEFT: A theft was reported on Canyon Street.

Sept. 18

CIVIL DISPUTE: A dispute involving about 40 people was reported on West Twisp Avenue.

MALICIOUS MISCHIEF: Malicious mischief was reported at the Winthrop Barn.

SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES: Something suspicious was reported on Lombard Avenue.

SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES: Suspicious goings-on were reported at the Methow Valley Senior Center.

Winthrop Marshal’s Office

Sept. 12

UNATTENDED DEATH: An unattended death was reported at the Winthrop Barn.

Sept. 14

PATIENT TRANSFER: A 23-year-old person had taken some drugs and needed transportation from a location on Highway 20.

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: Caller on Riverside Avenue reported that a man who appeared to be intoxicated came in to ask about room prices, and apparently was talking to himself.

Sept. 17

VICIOUS ANIMAL: Caller on Riverside Avenue reported an aggressive dog that was barking whenever anyone got near, and that the dog’s owner was trying to get people to pet it.

ASSAULT: Caller at a location on Highway 20 reported being assaulted.

Sept. 18

INJURED ANIMAL: An injured deer was reported at the intersection of Bluff Street and East Chewuch Road.

Okanogan County Superior Court

The court found probable cause to charge Jeff Prescott Johnson, 47, Twisp, with possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine) and use of drug paraphernalia. The crimes allegedly occurred Aug. 15.

The court found probable cause to charge William M. Green, 41, Twisp, with two counts of third-degree child molestation, two counts of intimidating a witness and one count of second-degree attempted rape. The crimes allegedly occurred Sept. 2.

The court found probable cause to charge William Roy Snook, 70, Carlton, with second-degree assault with a deadly weapon (domestic violence) and fourth-degree assault (domestic violence).

Okanogan County District Court

Wilder Ezrah Clay, 18, Winthrop, had a fourth-degree assault charge dismissed.

Erica Rae Jensen, 28, Twisp, had a fourth-degree assault charge dismissed.

James Ryan Jones, 31, Twisp, guilty of second-degree criminal trespassing. Jones was sentenced to 90 days in jail with 83 days suspended, and fined $653.

Robert Lee Ness, 49, Twisp, guilty on fourth-degree assault and guilty (deferred prosecution revoked) of an additional charge of fourth-degree assault. Ness had three charges dismissed: two for interfering with reporting (domestic violence) and one for third-degree malicious mischief. Ness was sentenced to 364 days in jail with 360 days suspended, and fined a total of $1,036.

Joseph Justin Roach, 70, Twisp, guilty of DUI. Roach had another charge dismissed: operating a vehicle without an ignition interlock. Roach was sentenced to 364 days in jail with 358 days suspended, and fined $1,880.

David Maxwell Williams, 26, Twisp, had two charges dismissed: fourth-degree assault and third-degree malicious mischief.

Marriage licenses

Randilyn Aney, 43, Mazama, and Troy Raymond Morton, 42, Mazama

Joanne Barry Cooper, 65, Carlton, and Lee Jason Cobert, 60, Carlton