Courts - Walla Walla County

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CRIMINAL CASES

Walla Walla County

Todd Phillips, 45, 319 N. Roosevelt St., was charged March 17 with three counts of violation of the Uniform Controlled Substances Act. Phillips is accused of unlawfully delivering methadone within 1,000 feet of the perimeter of a school grounds on Jan. 12 and Feb. 19, and unlawfully possessing hydrocodone on March 16.

Kristin Lynn Love, 23, 206 Mountain View Drive, College Place, was sentenced March 15 on one count violation of Uniform Controlled Substances Act-possession of cocaine and violation of Uniform Controlled Substances Act-possession of drug paraphernalia. The sentence included $200 in court costs, $86.70 in sheriff fees, $500 to the crime victims compensation fund, $775 in attorney fees, $500 drug enforcement fund, $100 each crime lab and biological fee, 60 days in the county jail, credit for two days served, 58 days suspended, 12 months community custody. On March 1, Love pleaded guilty to possessing cocaine and drug paraphernalia on June 17, 2008.

Eduardo Miranda Salazar, 18, address not confirmed, was charged March 22 with three counts of violation of the Uniform Controlled Substances Act. Salazar is accused of unlawfully possessing marijuana with the intent to deliver it, unlawfully possessing clonazepam, and using drug paraphernalia on March 20.

Gerardo Jaimes-Perez, 33, 915 S. Third Ave., was charged March 18 with residential burglary -- domestic violence, third-degree malicious mischief -- domestic violence, and violation of protection/no-contact order -- domestic violence. Jaimes-Perez is accused of unlawfully entering or remaining in a dwelling with the intent to commit a crime; knowingly and maliciously damaging property; and violating a protection order, restraining order or no-contact order between Feb. 17 and 23.

Glenn B. Jones, 68, 552 Juniper St., was charged March 18 with harassment, harassment -- domestic violence, and threatening to bomb or injure property. Jones is accused of knowingly and unlawfully threatening to kill two people, and threatening to bomb or otherwise injure a building on March 14.

JUVENILE CASES



Edgar Gomez, 15, 275 Woodland St. Apt. F, was sentenced March 12 on one count minor in possession and or consumption. The sentence included 30 days in the Juvenile Justice Center, credit for 30 days served, 12 months community supervision, 150 hours community service with credit for 21 days, $100 to crime victims compensation fund, $110 in court costs. On Feb. 26, Gomez pleaded guilty to knowingly possessing, consuming or otherwise acquiring liquor while under age 21 on Jan. 16.

Helen L. Klemp, 16, 223 Tausick Way, was sentenced March 12 on one count third-degree malicious mischief and fourth-degree assault. The sentence included 60 days in the Juvenile Justice Center, credit for 12 days served, 12 months community supervision, 20 hours community service, $100 to crime victims compensation fund, $110 in court costs. On Feb. 26, Klemp pleaded guilty to assaluting another under circumstances not amounting to first-, second-, third- or custodial assault and to knowingly and maliciously causing physical damage not exceeding $250 to property belonging to another on Dec. 19.

Devon T. Woodhouse, 14, 29 Jubilee Circle, Prescott, was sentenced March 12 on one count each fourth-degree assault and disorderly conduct. The sentence included 30 days in the Juvenile Justice Center, nine months community supervision, 20 hours community service, $100 to crime victims compensation fund, $110 in court costs, restitution to be determined. On Feb. 26, Woodhouse pleaded guilty to, under circumstances not amounting to first-, second-, third- or custodial assault, assaulting another and using abusive language and intentionally creating a risk of assault Oct. 8.

Matthew R. Herman, 17, 29 Jubilee Circle, Prescott, was sentenced March 12 on one count each fourth-degree assault and disorderly conduct. The sentence included 30 days in the Juvenile Justice Center, nine months community supervision, 20 hours community service, $100 to crime victims compensation fund, $110 in court costs, restitution to be determined. On Feb. 26, Herman pleaded guilty to, under circumstances not amounting to first-, second-, third- or custodial assault, assaulting another and using abusive language and intentionally creating a risk of assault Oct. 8.

DISSOLUTIONS



Shawn Stahlman and Deann Moore.

Dorothy and Leroy Wilson.

Janine and Todd Striefel.Marion A. Bennett, 20, 496 Electric Ave., was charged March 17 with violation of the Uniform Controlled Substances Act. Bennett is accused of unlawfully possessing lorazepam on Jan. 12.

Theresa M. Card, 53, 1280 Lowden Gardena Road, Touchet, was charged March 17 with second-degree theft. Card is accused of wrongfully obtaining or exerting unauthorized control over money between Oct. 9 and Nov. 17.

Randall S. Berry, 29, 116 3/4 W. Birch St., was charged March 17 with second-degree malicious mischief, third-degree theft and second-degree possessing stolen property. Berry is accused of knowingly and maliciously damaging property; wrongfully obtaining or exerting unauthorized control over less than $750 in cash; and knowing receiving, possessing or disposing of three stolen newsstands between March 10 and 15.

Bradley D. Schade, 50, 601 Village Way, No. 60, was sentenced March 15 on one count violation of Uniform Controlled Substances Act-delivery of heroin. The sentence included $200 in court costs, $45.40 in sheriff fees, $500 to the crime victims compensation fund, $775 in attorney fees, $500 drug enforcement fund, $100 biological fee, 16 months in the custody of the Department of Corrections, 12 months community custody. On March 1, Schade pleaded guilty to unlawfully delivering heroin to another person on Feb. 2.

Candelita Marie Torres, 29, 300 S.W. 28th Drive, Pendleton, was sentenced March 15 on one count second-degree theft. The sentence included restitution of $373., $200 in court costs, $25 in sheriff fees, $500 to the crime victims compensation fund, $775 in attorney fees, 30 days in the county jail, 30 days converted to Department of Corrections work crew. On March 1, Torres pleaded guilty to wrongfully taking property belonging to Walmart with intent to deprive the store of the property between May 19 and May 25.

John Joseph Baxter, 20, 1436 University St. was sentenced March 15 on one count each second-degree burglary and second-degree theft. The sentence included restitution of $685 and an amount to be determined, $200 in court costs, $62 in sheriff fees, $500 to the crime victims compensation fund, $775 in attorney fees, $100 biological fee, 120 days in the county jail, credit for 81 days served. On March 1, Baxter pleaded guilty to entering a building to steal property of another valued between $250 and $1,500 as part of a common scheme between Dec. 2 and Dec. 9.

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