Tillamook Headlight-Herald

default avatar
Welcome to the site! Login or Signup below.
|
Not you?||
Logout|My Dashboard

Ajudications

Print
Font Size:
Default font size
Larger font size

Posted: Wednesday, June 17, 2009 12:00 am

Circuit Court of Tillamook County Adjudications

March 10: Leo Patrick Waldron, 31, was convicted of first degree criminal mischief and sentenced to 10 days in jail, 2 years probation and must pay $1,038 in restitution.

March 10: Gregory Conlon Parkin, 54, was convicted of harassment including offensive physical contact with another person. He received a suspended sentence of 36 months probation, 30 days in jail and $617 in fines and fees.

March 11: Nathan Raymond Bentham, 19, was convicted of possession of a controlled substance and sentenced to 10 days in jail and 18 months probation. He also must pay $142 in fines and fees.

March 16: Karen Lee Fitch, 24, was convicted of menacing and sentenced to 5 days in jail and must pay $167 in fines and fees. A judge found her not guilty of pointing a firearm at another.

March 23: Robin Dean Keller, 45, was convicted of third degree theft and sentenced to 2 days in jail and must pay $717 in fees and restitution.

March 23: Amy LeeAnn Stewart, 19, was convicted of third degree theft, which was reduced to a Class A misdemeanor. She must pay a $50 fine.

March 23: Terra Ann Adams, 21, was convicted of second degree theft and sentenced to 20 days in jail and must pay $392 in fines and fees.

March 26: David Roland Walker, 56, was convicted of first degree theft, which was reduced to a Class A misdemeanor. He was sentenced to 18 months probation, 30 days in jail and must pay $673 in fines and fees. He was also convicted on two counts of possession of a controlled substance and received suspended sentences.

March 26: Jeffery Lee Crist was sentenced for 5 days in jail for violating his probation from a previous reckless driving charge.

March 26: A judge revoked probation for Jeffrey Allen Giesbers for a probation violation. He now must serve 30 days in jail for a previous DUII conviction.

March 30: A judge revoked probation for Michelle Suzanne Spittles for probation violations. She must now serve a sentence of six months in jail, 18 months post jail probation, and attend drug treatment for a previous conviction of unlawful delivery of meth.

March 30: Gregory Scott Dials, 19, was convicted of taking a spike deer. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail and his hunting license was suspended for 2 years. He must also pay $1,282 in fines, fees and restitution.

March 31: A judge revoked probation for Tonya Renee Whitaker for probation violations. She must now serve two consecutive sentences of 39 months in prison and 3 years post-prison probation for two previous convictions of assault.

April 2: Jose Loza, 40, was convicted of possession of cocaine and was sentenced to 10 days in jail, 18 months probation and must pay $527 in fines and fees. His driver's license was also suspended for six months.

April 2: Milton D. Arthur Jr., 48, was convicted of DUII and he received a suspended sentence of 3 years probation and 2 days in jail and $1,793 in fines and fees. His license was suspended for 1 year. He was also convicted of failure to drive within a lane and must pay $182 in fines and fees. A judge dismissed a charge of endangering another person, but he must pay $1,975 in fines and fees.

April 6: Morgan Queathem, 20, was convicted of second degree theft and sentenced to 30 days in jail and must pay $357 in fines and fees.

April 6: Toni Jean Marino, 23, was convicted of second degree theft and must pay $320.25 in fines and fees.

April 6: A judge dismissed a charge against Roger Lee Welch, 52, of second degree disorderly conduct.

April 6: Andrew Lowell Duncan, 33, was convicted of attempted burglary and sentenced to 30 days in jail and  3 years probation. He also must pay $837 in fines and fees. A judge dismissed a charge of third degree criminal mischief.

April 6: Tyler Richard Bennett, 24, was convicted of giving false information to a police officer and sentenced to 5 days in jail and must pay $687 in fines and fees.

April 7: Randall Perry Flores II, 32, was convicted of fourth degree assault and received a suspended sentence of 30 days in jail, 3 years probation and $887 in fines and fees.

April 9: A judge revoked probation for Steven Louis Klahn for use of a controlled substance. He now must serve two years in prison for a previous conviction of a felon in possession of a firearm and 3 years post-prison probation.

April 9: A judge revoked probation for Nathan Jeffery Naegli for use of a controlled substance. He now must serve 6 months in prison for unlawful possession of meth. He also must serve 1 year post-prison probation.

April 12: Benito Salomon Alvarez, 28, was convicted of possession of a controlled substance and received 90 days in prison and 2 years post-prison probation. His driver's license was also suspended for 6 months.

April 13: Jacob Tyler Dillenburg, 22, was convicted of third degree theft and sentenced to 30 days in jail and must $217 in fines, fees and restitution.

April 13: Karen Louise Guindon, 60, was convicted of improper use of an emergency reporting system and received a suspended sentence of 1 year of probation.

April 13: Curtis James Hargis, 56, was convicted of third degree theft and must pay $372 in fines, fees and restitution.

April 13: Jeremy Allyn Walker, 28, was convicted of refusal to take a breath test and must pay $500 in fines and fees. A judge dismissed one count of failure to obey traffic control device.

April 13: Julie Ann Schimming, 51, was convicted of third degree theft and must pay $320 in fines and fees.

April 14: Angeles Sarahi Cortez, 22, was convicted of third degree theft and must pay $320 in fines and fees.

April 15: Shaun Alan Brock was convicted of possession of meth and received 6 months in jail and 12 months post-prison probation.

April 15: Glen Richard Geurin, 30, was convicted of first degree theft and sentenced to 30 days in jail and 2 years probation. He also must pay $7,195 in fines and fees and restitution.

April 15: Glen Richard Geurin, 30, was convicted on two more counts of first degree theft and sentenced to two sentences of 30 days in jail and 2 years probation. He also must pay $18,402 in fines, fees and restitution.

April 15: James William Cook III, 20, was convicted of DUII and received a suspended sentence of 2 years probation, 48 hours in jail and $1,776 in fines and fees. His driver's license was suspended for 1 year. A judge dismissed counts of reckless driving, recklessly endangering another person and operating a vehicle without driving privileges.

April 20: Maria Mercedes Perdew, 37, was convicted of unlawfully obtaining public assistance and was sentenced to 18 months probation and must pay $1,723 in fines, fees and restitution.

April 20: Jessica Michelle Carsten, 22, was convicted of second degree theft and must pay $392 in fines and fees.

April 20: Vincent Anthony Burback, 49, was convicted of DUII and received a suspended sentence of 2 years 2 years probation, 48 hours in jail and $1,293 in fines and fees.. His driver's license was suspended for 1 year. A judge dismissed one count of reckless driving and a count of violation of open container law.

April 20: Stacy Lynn Mitchell, 38, was convicted of improper use of an emergency reporting system. He was sentenced to 15 days in jail and must pay $347 in fines and fees.

April 22: Jake W. Wallberg, 22, was convicted of furnishing alcohol to a person under 21 and received a suspended sentence of 18 months probation and $637 in fines and fees. A judge dismissed a second count of the same charge.

April 22: A judge revoked probation for Rebecca Anne Mooers for failure to complete treatment and failure to report/abscond. She must now serve six months in prison for previous convictions of possession of meth and heroin. She also must serve 2 years post-prison probation.

April 27: Catherine Elizabeth Woodward, 41, was convicted of DUII and received a suspended sentence of 2 years probation, 48 hours in jail and $1,293 in fines and fees. Her driver's license was suspended for 1 year. She was also convicted of reckless driving and received a suspended sentence of 5 days in jail, 2 years probation and $247 in fines and fees. Her driver's license was suspended for 90 days. A judge dismissed a count of recklessly endangering another person.

April 27: Thomas Robert Hunter, 38, was convicted of DUII and received a suspended sentence of 2 years probation and $1,293 in fines and fees. His driver's license was suspended for 1 year. A judge dismissed counts of driving uninsured and reckless driving.

April 27: William Dearld Arthur, 23, was convicted of contempt of court and received 60 days probation.

April 27: Arlene Anita Koepal, 29, was convicted of identity theft and received 18 months probation and must pay $1,493 in fines, fees and restitution. She was also convicted of another count of identity theft and received 18 months probation, 10 days in jail and must pay $1,143 in fines and fees.

April 27: Jose Gracia Rosas, 25, was convicted of reckless driving and received a suspended sentence of 18 months probation and $923 in fines and fees. His driver's license was suspended for 90 days.

April 27: Thomas James Brown was convicted of DUII and received a suspended sentence of 2 years probation, 48 hours in jail and $2,941 in fines and fees. His driver's license was suspended for 3 years. He was also convicted of reckless driving and received a suspended sentence of 2 years probation, 5 days in jail and $67 in fees. His driver's license was suspended for 90 days.

April 27: Brittany Nichole Wilks, 23, was convicted of harassment and received 10 days in jail and must pay $617 in fines and fees.

April 27: Mark Douglas Crivella, 47, was convicted of failure to register as a sex offender and received 3 years probation, 20 days in jail and must pay $673 in fines and fees.

April 27: Devin Kelly Hyde, 19, was convicted of carrying a concealed weapon and sentenced to 20 days in jail and must pay $357 in fines and fees.

April 27: A judge revoked probation for Jesse Alan Newman due to failure to report to a parole officer and failure of a polygraph test. Newman must now serve 1 year in jail for a previous conviction of contributing to the sexual delinquency of a minor.

April 28: Jake W. Wallberg, 22, was convicted of DUII and received a suspended sentence of 2 years probation, 48 hours in jail and $1,846 in fines and fees. His driver's license was suspended for 1 year.

April 28: Chad L. Willden, 44, was convicted of DUII and received a suspended sentence of 2 years probation, 48 hours in jail and $1,293 in fines and fees. His driver's license was suspended for 1 year.

April 30: A judge revoked probation for Larry Gene Wainwright for failure to report and obey direction from parole officer. He now must serve 40 days in jail for a previous conviction of DUII.

April 30: Sandra Lynn Niemi, 38, was convicted of DUII and received and must pay $1,233 in fines and fees. Her driver's license was suspended for 1 year.

April 30: A judge revoked probation for Taffney Tee Dummer for failure to report to parole officer. She must now serve 120 days in jail for a previous charge of resisting arrest.

May 4: A judge revoked probation for Randall Wayne Sisson for failure to comply with treatment. He now must serve 30 days in jail for a previous conviction of DUII.

May 4: Miguel Velez, 18, was convicted of fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer and received a suspended sentence of 18 months probation and $737 in fines and fees. His driver's license was suspended for 90 days.

May 5: Sherron K. Slingluff, 30, was convicted of two counts of contempt of court and received a suspended sentence of 120 months probation and $134 in fines.

Rules of Conduct

  • 1 Be Civil. No bullying, name calling, or insulting other writers.
  • 2 Keep it Clean. Please avoid obscene, vulgar, lewd, racist or sexually-oriented language. PLEASE TURN OFF YOUR CAPS LOCK.
  • 3 Don't Threaten. Threats of harming another person will not be tolerated.
  • 4 Be Truthful. Don't knowingly lie about anyone or anything.
  • 5 Be Nice. No racism, sexism or any sort of -ism that is degrading to another person.
  • 6 Be Proactive. Use the 'Report' link on each comment to let us know of abusive posts. Multiple reports will take a comment offline.
  • 7 Share with Us. We'd love to hear eyewitness acounts, the history behind an article.
  • 8 WARNING: Abuse of these rules will result in the thread being disabled, comments denied, and/or user blocked.
  • 9 Stay On Topic Any comment that is not related to the original post will be deleted.

Welcome to the discussion.

Online poll

Loading…

Our Current Edition

Connect With Us