Okanogan County Sheriff Report

District Court

Rosemary Vikki Ruiz Churape, 37, from Brewster pleaded guilty to fourth-degree Assault. She was sentenced to 364 days with 363 days suspended and fined a total of $798.
Fredy Velazquez Cruz, 26, from Brewster pleaded guilty to Driving Under the Influence. He was sentenced to 364 days with 362 days suspended and fined a total of $2,031.

Superior Court
Criminal

The court found probable cause to charge Tommy Joe Tilton, 20, from Pateros with second-degree Burglary and second-degree Malicious Mischief. He is to be released on personal recognizance.
The court found probable cause to charge Anthony Kalan Freeze, 32, from Bridgeport with Possession of a Controlled Substance and second-degree Criminal Trespassing. Bail was set at $5,000.
The court found probable cause to charge Kruise Nickolas Roark, 29, from Brewster with Harassment. Bail was set at $10,000.
The court found probable cause to charge Christian Adrian Hernandez, 21, from Brewster with second-degree Assault, Harassment, and Interfering With Reporting Domestic Violence. Bail was $10,000.
John Oliver, 55, from Brewster pleaded guilty to Unlawful Use of Building for Drug Purposes, and two counts of Possession of a Controlled Substance. He was sentenced to two months on count one and two months on count two. He was also fined a total of $1,260.50.
Roberto Martinez Martinez, 32, from Brewster pleaded guilty to Driving Under the Influence and Possession of a Controlled Substance. He was sentenced to 364 days with 344 days suspended on count one and 15 days on count two. He was also fined a total of $700.
Pedro Cuin, 20, from Brewster pleaded guilty to Possession of More than 40 Grams of Marijuana, Possession of Marijuana of a Person Under Twenty-One and No Valid Operator’s License. He was sentenced to 91 days on count one and 90 days of count two. He was also fined a total of $800.

911 Calls
Monday, May 28
A report from Ansel Avenue in Brewster of a domestic dispute. The wife is refusing to leave the residence.
A report from Sunset Drive in Brewster of a traffic hazard. Everyday the vehicles are going by extremely fast, it has been an ongoing issue.

Tuesday, May 29
A report from Third Street in Brewster of an animal problem.
A report from Seventh Street in Brewster of a code violation,
A report from Highway 97 in Brewster of theft.
A report from Lakeshore Drive in Pateros of a person driving while their license was suspended.
A report from Cassimer Bar Access Road in Brewster of a lost animal. A Chihuahua Blue Heeler mix wearing a rainbow collar went missing.
A request from the corner of Highway 97 and Indian Dan Canyon Road in Brewster for an agency assist.

Wednesday, May 30
A request from Golf Course Drive in Pateros for an agency assist.
A report from the corner of Pioneer Road and North Star Road in Brewster of a welfare check.

Friday, June 1
A report from First Street in Brewster of a Animal Problem. There’s been an ongoing problem with female subjects two dogs terrorizing the reporting party’s cat.
A report from Jay Avenue in Brewster of a domestic dispute. The reporting party’s boyfriend has been yelling, cursing and flipping the reporting party off.

Saturday, June 2
A report from Bridge Street in Brewster of a noise complaint.
A report from Brewster Cemetery of an animal problem.
A report from Morning Star Way in Brewster of a missing person.
A report from Bill Shaw Road in Pateros of extra patrol.

Sunday, June 3
A report from Morning Star Way in Brewster of harassment. Reporting party just returned from vacation and found a note on his door from his children’s mother who he hasn’t spoken to in three to four years.
A report from Ester Avenue in Brewster of an animal problem. Dog was chasing the reporting party around her yard and is now chasing her cat.
A report from the corner of Indian Avenue and Fourth Street in Brewster of a non-injury accident. There was a twice vehicle non-injury blocking collision.
A request from McCormack Street in Bridgeport for an agency assist.
A report from Pateros of suspicious conduct. Two vehicles keep coming to location, reporting party believe they are drug dealing.
 

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