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Posted: Monday, August 24, 2009 12:00 am

Adjudications of the Circuit Court of Oregon for Tillamook County

May 4: Sharon Lee Walkoski, 57, was convicted of conspiracy to supply contraband and sentenced to two years probation, 20 days in jail and $142 in fines and fees. She received an identical jail and probation sentence on a conviction of supplying contraband.

Haley Marie Branting, 24, was convicted of conspiracy to supply contraband and sentenced to two years probation, 10 days in jail and $142 in fines and fees. She received an identical jail and probation sentence on a conviction of supplying contraband.

May 5: Joshua Andrew Hookie, 28, was convicted of contempt of court and received a suspended sentence of 60 months probation and $357 fines and fees.

Kimberly Ann Godfrey, 39, was convicted of third degree theft and sentenced to 10 days in jail and $392 in fines and fees.

May 7: Raymond Dale Burt Jr., 29, was convicted of second degree disorderly conduct and sentenced to 90 days in jail.

Mark Patrick Costello, 48, was convicted of harassment and received a suspended sentence of two years probation and $732 in fines and in fees.

Kenneth Brick Gilman, 20, was convicted of DUII and received a suspended sentence of two years probation, two days in jail and $1,474 in fines and fees.

May 11: Cody Jaylen Purdom, 19, was convicted of second degree disorderly conduct and must pay $400 in fines and fees.

Tony R. Ward, 60, was convicted of menacing and received a suspended sentence of two years probation and $704 in fines and fees.

Samuel Henry Benson, 18, was convicted of interference with making a report and received a suspended sentence of two years probation, 10 days in jail and $392 in fines and fees.

Matthews Phillip Davis, 19, was convicted of send degree disorderly conduct and must pay $400 in fines and fees.

May 12: Andrew Robert Miller, 23, was convicted of second degree criminal mischief and sentenced to 10 days in jail, $392 in fines and fees, and $150 restitution.

May 13: Leah Linker Fletcher, 53, was convicted of first degree theft and sentenced to two years probation, 10 days in jail and $142 in fines and fees. He was also convicted of two counts of second degree theft and received a suspended sentence of 48 months probation and 15 days in jail. He must pay $9,487 restitution and $9,629 in fines and fees.

Jeremy Anthony Mastriano, 25, was convicted of second degree theft and he was sentenced to 10 days in jail, $462 in fines and fees and $200 restitution. Mastriano was also convicted of probation violation and now must serve 20 days in jail for a previous conviction of possession of a controlled substance.

May 14: David Ryan Tyler, 52, was convicted of DUII and received a suspended sentence of three years probation, 30 days in jail and $2,083 in fines and fees. His driver's license was suspended for three years.

May 18: Nicholas Orien Muir, 25, was convicted of failure to carry/present driver's license and received a suspended sentence of one year probation, two days in jail, $482 in fines and fees and up to $5,000 in restitution.

Lawrence Raymond Ivie, 41, was convicted of recklessly endangering another person and he received a suspended sentence of 18 months probation, two days in jail and $1,133 in fines and fees. He was also convicted of reckless driving and received a suspended sentence of 18 months probation. His driver's license was suspended for 90 days.

Michelle Ann Smith, 43, was convicted of criminal non support and she was sentenced to 60 months probation.

Susan Lucille Strain, 42, was convicted of possession of meth and sentenced to 18 months probation and 10 days in jail. She was also convicted of second degree theft and received a suspended sentence of 18 months probation and 10 days in jail.

Kenneth Jeffry H. Sheppard, 21, was convicted of menacing and sentenced to 15 days in jail and $667 in fines and f

Lee Oren Wilson, 51, was convicted of refusal to take a breath test and must pay $603 in fines and fees.

Loren Richard Ray Sr., 68, was convicted of DUII and received a suspended sentence of two years probation and two days in jail. His driver's license was suspended for one year.

Mark Arthur Jenema, 18, was convicted of two counts of contempt of court and received a suspended sentence of 18 months probation, 10 days in jail and $637 in fines and fees.

Christian Edward Burton, 32, was convicted of reckless driving and received a suspended sentence of two years probation, 10 days in jail, $482 in fines and fees and up to $5,000 restitution.

Joseph Daniel Sheffield, 21, was convicted of reckless driving and received a suspended sentence of 18 months probation, five days in jail and $192 in fines and fees. His driver's license was suspended for 90 days.

Nanci Janis Cox, 46, was convicted of third degree theft and must pay $320 in fines and fees.

Raeya Marie Miller, 23, was convicted of harassment and sentenced to 10 days in jail and $392 in fines and fees.

May 19: Arlene Anita Koepal, 29, was convicted of supplying contraband and sentenced to two years probation, 20 days in jail and $612 in fines and fees.

Stan Michael Kephart, 29, was convicted of failure to perform duties of driver, property damage, and received a suspended sentence of three years probation, 30 days in jail and $290 in fines and fees. He also must pay $1,634 restitution.

Joshua Robert Dickinson, 30 was convicted of contempt of court and received a suspended sentence of 60 months probation.

May 20: Samantha Irene Wright, 21, was convicted of first degree criminal mistreatment and sentenced to three years probation and five days in jail.

Colby Thomas Polifka was convicted of probation violation and now must serve 48 months in prison and three years probation for previous convictions of delivering meth within 1,000 feet of a school.

May 21: Derek James Walkoski, 26, was convicted of conspiracy to supply contraband and sentenced to six months in prison and two years probation.

Anne McLaughlin, 51, was convicted of DUII and received a suspended sentence of two years probation, two days in jail and $1,293 in fines and fees. His driver's license was suspended for one year.

Leland Glenn Green, 24, was convicted of third degree theft and sentenced to 30 days in jail and $45 restitution.

May 25: Desiree Ryan Ingram, 23, was convicted of possession of meth and sentence to 18 months probation and $607 in fines and fees.

May 27: Adam Charles Batten was convicted of probation violation and now must serve 270 days in jail for a previous conviction for false information to a police officer. He was also convicted of carrying a concealed weapon and sentenced to a concurrent sentence of 270 days in jail.

April Marie Turner, 19, was convicted of harassment and sentenced to 15 days in jail and $392 in fines and fees.

June 1: Willmer Lincoln Brown, 33, was convicted of possession of meth and sentenced to six months in jail, 12 months probation and his driver's license was suspended for six months.

Brianna Michelle Prince was convicted of probation violation and now must serve six months in custody and one year probation for a previous conviction of possession of meth.

Evan Alvero Bassett, 45, was convicted of second degree disorderly conduct and received a suspended sentence of 18 months probation and 10 days in jail.

Donald William Porter, 19, was convicted of delivery of heroin and sentenced to three years in prison and three years probation. He also was convicted of possession of heroin and sentenced to 18 months concurrently in prison, two years probation and his driver's license was suspended for six months. For conviction of assault and harassment he received a concurrent sentences of 180 days in jail and up to $15,000 restitution.

Jed Hawk Myers was convicted of probation violation and now must serve 30 months in prison and two years probation for a previous conviction of a felon possessing a firearm.

Ariel C. West, 30, was convicted of attempted kidnapping and sentenced to three years probation, $1,400 in attorney fees and up to $10,000 restitution.

Josiah Thomas Schindler, 18, was convicted of harassment and received a suspended sentence of 18 months probation.

June 3: Robert Vern Backman, 35, was convicted of DUII and received a suspended sentence of three years probation, 30 days in jail and $1,818 in fines and fees. His driver's license was suspended for one year.

June 4: Natasha Leann Karels, 21, was convicted of second degree child neglect and received a suspended sentence of one year probation and $147 in fines and fees.

June 5: Adrian Valencia, 26, was convicted of unauthorized use of a vehicle and sentenced to 18 months probation, 30 days in jail, $470 in fines and fees, and up to $10,000 restitution. His driver's license was suspended for one year. He was also convicted and received suspended sentences for failure to perform duties of a driver, property damage, giving false information to a police officer and fourth degree assault.

June 8: Bronte Laurie Ammerman was convicted of probation violation and now must serve 180 days in custody and one year probation for a previous conviction of possession of meth.

Abraham Garcia Zamora, 44, was convicted of furnishing alcohol to a person under 21 and must pay $320 in fines and fees.

Jennifer Dawn Odaniels, 25, was convicted of third degree theft and sentenced to four days in jail and $392 in fines and fees.

William Edward Sheffler, 24, was convicted of DUII and received a suspended sentence of two years probation, two days in jail and $2,141 in fines and fees. His driver's license was suspended for one year.

Teddy Gene Flanagan was convicted of probation violation and mow must serve 180 days in custody and two years probation for a previous conviction of failure to register as a sex offender.

Justin Scott Greever, 19, was convicted of offensive littering and sentenced to two days in jail and $192 in fines and fees.

Daniel Joseph Fritz, 53, was convicted of reckless driving and received a suspended sentence of 18 months probation and 11 days in jail.

Justin William Wilks, 19, was convicted of DUII and received a suspended sentenced of 48 months probation, 90 days in jail and $2,293 in fines and fees. His driver's license was revoked for life.

Zachary Everett Plantz, 19, was convicted of third degree theft and must pay $392 in fines and fees and up to $5,000 restitution.

June 9: Steven Tyler Faller, 18, was convicted of failure to perform duties as a driver, property damage, and received a suspended sentence of 18 months probation and $462 in fines and fees and restitution up to $5,000. His driver's license was suspended for 90 days.

Brittany N. Wilks was convicted of probation violation and now must serve 30 days in jail for a previous conviction of DUII.

June 10: William John Ficker, 25, was convicted of contempt of court and received a suspended sentence of 60 months probation and $290 in attorney fees.

Darren Mitchell Burt, 33, was convicted of harassment and sentenced to six months in jail and a $67 fine and up to $5,000 restitution. He was also convicted of fourth degree assault and sentenced to 12 months in jail, $1,400 fines and fees and up to $5,000 restitution. Additional conviction include menacing and a sentence of 12 months in jail and a $500 fine, and fourth degree assault and a sentence of 12 months in jail and a $500 fine.

June 15: Cathleen Ann Lagrone, 54, was convicted of contempt of court and received a suspended sentence of 60 months probation.

Corey Wayne Forester, 23, was convicted of two counts of furnishing alcohol to a person under 21 and sentenced to 40 days in jail and $687 in fines and fees.

Cameo Camacho Briceno, 22, was convicted of unauthorized use of a vehicle and was sentenced to 18 months probation, 10 days in jail and $612 in fines and fees. His driver's license was revoked for one year.

Edward Patrick Campbell, 53, was convicted of two counts of unlawful possession of a firearm and received a suspended sentence of 18 months probation.

Janelle Rae Melcher, 42, was convicted of contempt of court and received a suspended sentence of 18 months probation and $290 in attorney fees.

Ryan John Merton, 18, was convicted of giving false information to a police officer and sentenced to 10 days in jail and $392 in fines and fees.

June 16: William Lusby was convicted of contempt of court and sentenced to six months in jail. He was also convicted of 18 other counts of contempt of court and received a suspended sentence of 60 days probation for each.

June 17: Malissa Ann Lawson, 30, was convicted of reckless driving and received a suspended sentence of 18 months probation and 10 days in jail. She was also convicted of recklessly endangering another person and received a suspended sentence of 18 months probation and 10 days in jail. Her driver's license was suspended for 90 days.

Larry Steven Herberholz, 50, was convicted of second degree disorderly conduct and must pay $633 in fines and fees.

June 18: Susan Hope Squire Martin, 49, was convicted of second degree criminal mischief and sentenced to 10 days in jail and $389 in fines and fees.

June 22: Terrance Steven Applebee was convicted of failure to sell commercially taken fish and received a suspended sentence of 18 months probation, five days in jail and $292 in fines and fees. A judge dismissed counts of failure to complete a transport report and not having a wholesale fish dealer's license, 90 days in jail and $1,392 in fines and fees.

William Kyle Fauver, 18, was convicted of fourth degree assault and sentenced to 120 hours in jail, a $500 fine and $632 in restitution.

Ralph Jay Sisco, 49, was convicted of fourth degree assault and received a suspended sentence of three years probation. A judge dismissed two counts of harassment.

Amy Michelle Maxwell, 26, was convicted of second degree criminal trespass and must pay $320 in fines and fees.

Dale Kevin Hogg, 50, was convicted of reckless driving and sentenced to 5 days in jail and $392 in fines and fees.

Eli William Vierra, 25, was convicted of contempt of court and received a suspended sentence of 60 months probation.

June 23: Shane Lantry Christensen, 33, was convicted of DUII and received a suspended sentence of two years probation, two days in jail and $1,293 in fines and fees. His driver's license was suspended for one year.

Charles Allison Liebig, 51, was convicted of two counts of failure to notify ODFW after landing a salmon and received suspended sentences of two years probation and five days in jail.

June 24: Lisa Lynn Yaeger, 31, was convicted of negotiating a bad check and sentenced to 30 days in jail, $357 in fines and fees and $172 restitution. She was convicted of another bad check charge and received a concurrent sentence of 30 days in jail, $357 in fines and fees and $72.77 in restitution.

Shanan Leigh Leamen, 39, was convicted of contempt of court and received a suspended sentence of three years probation and $290 in fines and fees.

June 25: Jose Ivan Delatorre, 23, was convicted of harassment and sentenced to 10 days in jail and up to $5,000 in restitution.

June 29: Tyler James Brogden, 19, was convicted of negotiating a bad check and sentenced to 15 days in jail and $392 in fines and fees.

Kiley Maxwell Ledbetter, 36, was convicted of three counts of contempt of court and received suspended sentences of 60 months probation and two days in jail. A judge dismissed four other counts of contempt of court.

Matthew Thomas Burnham, 25, was convicted of third degree criminal mischief and sentenced to pay $320 in fines and fees.

James Lewis Tesmer Jr., 43, was convicted of DUII and received a suspended sentence of two years probation, two days in jail and $1,293 in fines and fees. His driver's license was suspended for one year. He was also convicted of refusal to take a breath test and must pay $603 in fines and fees. A judge dismissed a count of unlawful possession of a firearm.

Joey Ray Fields' was convicted of probation violation on a previous charge of delivery of a controlled substance to a minor and must serve 16 months in prison and three years post prison probation.

Ralph Richard Presock Jr., 51, was convicted of DUII and was sentenced to 180 days in jail. His driver's license was revoked for life.

John James Richards, 36, was convicted to furnishing alcohol to someone under 21 and was sentenced to $737 in fines and fees.

Sandra Lou McPherson, 58, was convicted of furnishing alcohol to someone under 20 and sentenced to $512 in fines and fees.

Michael Anthony Haskel Dildine was convicted of probation violation and must now serve six months in custody and one year probation for a previous conviction of possession of meth.

June 30: Curtis Malcom Hyde, 53, was convicted of fourth degree assault and received a suspended sentence of two years probation, 30 days in jail and $892 in fines and fees. A judge dismissed a count of harassment.

July 2: Dale Leroy Wester, 46, was convicted of DUII and received a suspended sentence of four years probation, 90 days in jail and $2,583 in fines and fees. His driver's license was suspended for life. A judge dismissed a count of recklessly endangering another person.

Toby Allen Latour, 27, was convicted of third degree escape, resisting arrest and harassment and sentenced to 180 days in jail.

Rosiana Marie Hartford was convicted of probation violation and must now serve 150 days in custody and two years probation for a previous conviction of hindering prosecution.

Cody Tyrel Dagget was convicted of probation violation and now must serve jail time and 12 months probation for a previous conviction of aggravated animal abuse.

Chancey Lee Buoy, 32, was convicted of fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer and was sentenced to 180 days in prison and 12 months post prison probation. His driver's license was also suspended for one year. Buoy was also convicted of possession of meth and sentenced to a consecutive sentence of 180 days in prison and his driver's license was suspended for an additional six months. A judge dismissed counts of reckless driving, felon in possession of a restricted weapon and carrying a concealed weapon.

July 6: Sandra Boyles Stephens, 50, was convicted of DUII and was sentenced to 120 days in jail and $2,083 in fines and fees. Her driver's license was suspended for one year.

Richard P. Jordan Jr., 44, was convicted of felon in possession of a firearm and sentenced to three years probation and $362 in fines and fees.

Justin Rj Alegria, 20, was convicted of possession of heroin and sentenced to 18 months probation, 10 days in jail and $612 in fines and fees.

Angel Cherie Nay, 38, was convicted of possession of meth and sentenced to 18 months probation, 20 days in jail and $612 in fines and fees. She was also convicted of frequenting a place where controlled substances are used and received a suspended sentence of 18 months probation.

Richard Joseph Simmons, 43, was convicted of second degree burglary and sentenced to 13 months in prison, 12 months probation and up to $5,000 in restitution. A judge dismissed a count of second degree theft.

July 7: Edward Everett Rogers, 31, was convicted of failure to register as a sex offender and sentenced to four months in prison and two years probation.

July 8: Chad James Kephart, 25, was convicted of possession of heroin and sentenced to three years probation, 10 days in jail and $673 in fines and fees.

Dustin Clifford Melbourne, 23, was convicted of unauthorized use of a vehicle and sentenced to four months in prison, 12 months post prison probation and must pay $740 in restitution. He was also convicted of giving false information to a police officer and must serve 10 days in jail.

July 9: Donald H. Phillips, 71, was convicted of driving on a suspended or revoked license and must pay $320. 25 in fines and fees. A judge dismissed a count of driving uninsured.

Patrick Allen Ryan was convicted of probation violations and must now serve 10 days in jail for a previous conviction of harassment.

Grant Andrew Marshall, 25, was convicted of failure to register as a sex offender and sentenced to two years probation, 20 days in jail and $412 in fines and fees.

July 13: Stacy Marie Fox, 41, was convicted of unlawful delivery of meth and received three years probation and $612 in fines and fees.

Joseph Anthony Manzanares, 20, was convicted of carrying a concealed weapon and received a suspended sentence of 18 months probation, five days in jail and $392 in fines and fees.

Joey Richard Cavanaugh, 18, was convicted of harassment and received five days in jail and $392 in fines and fees.

Wade Joseph Dillenburg, 52, was convicted of unlawful delivery of marijuana to a minor and sentenced to two years in prison and $142 in fines and fees. His driver's license was suspended for six months. He was also convicted of two other counts of unlawful delivery to a minor and received 18 months in prison consecutive to the two years on the first count and a concurrent sentence of 18 months in prison. Dillenburg was also convicted of another of the same count and sentenced to a concurrent sentence of 18 months in prison. He was also convicted of two counts of felony possession of a firearm and received two concurrent sentences of six months in prison. A judge dismissed numerous other charges.

Gary John Bonthius, 36, was convicted of giving false information to a peace officer and sentenced to 25 days in jail and $482 in fines and fees.

July 14: David Lesley Wood, 50, was convicted of resisting arrest and sentenced to 30 days in jail and $290 in fines and fees. Wood was also convicted of unlawful possession of meth and received 18 months probation, 10 days in jail and $1,143 in fines and fees.

July 16: Jason Roy Chase, 32, was convicted of six counts of contempt of court and received six suspended sentences of 60 months probation and two days in jail. A judge dismissed seven other counts of contempt of court.

July 20: Thomas Wayne Abbott, 63, was convicted of DUII and received a suspended sentence of two years probation, 2 days in jail and $1,293 in fines and fees. His driver's license was suspended for one year.

July 21: Alyssa Marie Ng, 23, was convicted of menacing and received a suspended sentence of 18 months probation, 10 days in jail and $392 in fines and fees. A judge dismissed one count of pointing a firearm at another and one count of recklessly endangering another person.

Geoffrey Bryan Theodore McCoy, 32, was convicted of unlawful delivery of heroin and sentenced to 3 years probation, 90 days in jail and $1,092 in fines and fees.

Taiese Nichole Hanthorn, 29, was convicted of frequenting a place where controlled substances are used and received a suspended sentence of 18 months probation and $397 in fines and fees.

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