Court report - 11/18/13

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Walla Walla County Superior Court

Criminal cases

Jason H. Beeman, 22, Mis- soula, was sentenced Nov. 1 on one count each second-degree assault, third-degree assault, first- degree burglary and first-degree attempted robbery. The sentence included restitution to be deter- mined, $200 in court costs, $62

in sheriff fees, $500 to the crime victims compensation fund, $775 in attorney fees, $100 biological fee, 75 months in the custody of the Department of Corrections, credit for 49 days served, 18 months community custody. On Oct. 4 Beeman pleaded guilty by agreeing the court may review the police reports and/or statement of probable cause supplied by the prosecutor to establish a factual basis for the plea.

Lavandre Sabb-Garcia, 18, 416 S. Seventh Ave. was sen- tenced Nov. 6 on one count violation of the Uniform Con- trolled Substance Act. The court dismissed two other counts.

The sentence included $200 in court costs, $164.20 in sheriff fees, $500 to the crime victims compensation fund, $775 in at- torney fees, $500 drug enforce- ment fund, $100 each crime lab and biological fees, 40 days in the county jail, credit for 40 days served, 12 months community custody. On Nov. 6 Sabb-Garcia pleaded guilty to possession of a pipe which contained metham- phetamine residue on Aug. 9.

Amanda M. Copley, 30, Mos- cow, Idaho, was sentenced Nov.

7 on one count second-degree theft. The sentence included restitution of $1146.00, $200 in court costs, $129.80 in sheriff fees, $500 to the crime victims compensation fund, $775 in at- torney fees, $100 biological fee, no days in the county jail. On Nov. 7 Copley pleaded guilty to using another person’s money to buy goods for herself worth less than $500 but more than $750 between Dec. 1, 2011, and June 30, 2012.

Douglas P. Davis, 27, 1534 Olive St., was sentenced Nov.

12 on one count each third- and fourth-degree assault. The sen- tence included $200 in court costs, $64.10 in sheriff fees, $500 to the crime victims compensation fund, $775 in attorney fees, $100 biological fee, $383.81 restitution, 120 days in the custody of the De- partment of Corrections, credit for five days served, 12 months com- munity custody. On Oct. 28 Davis pleaded guilty to, with criminal negligence, causing bodily harm to another causing substantial pain sufficient to cause consid- erable suffering and assaulting another person by kicking her arms and upper body, all on Sept. 15, 2012.

On Oct. 21 the court dismissed a 2004 charge of violation of the Uniform Controlled Substance Act against Sara M. Abuelkheir in that the state may not be able to prove each element beyond a reason- able doubt.

Anne M. Clodius, 36, 722 N. Sixth Ave., was charged Nov. 12 with two counts of violation of the Uniform Controlled Substances Act, one count of violation of the Uniform Legend Drug Act and one count of resisting arrest. Clodius is accused of possessing meth- amphetamine, using drug para- phernalia, unlawfully possessing methocarbamol, and intentionally preventing or attempting to pre- vent a peace officer from lawfully arresting her on Nov. 10.

Kimberly S. Hodgen, 42, ad- dress not confirmed, was charged Nov. 13 with five counts of viola- tion of the Uniform Controlled Substances Act. Hodgen is ac- cused of knowingly and unlaw- fully delivering methamphetamine within 1,000 feet of a school bus route stop on Nov. 2 and 9, know- ingly and unlawfully possessing with intent to deliver methamphet- amine and marijuana on Nov. 12, and using drug paraphernalia on Nov. 12.

JUVENILE CASES

Veronica Perez, 12, no address available, was sentenced Oct.

28 on one count each obstruct- ing a law enforcement officer, residential burglary, theft of a fire- arm and two counts third-degree theft. The sentence included 90 days in the Juvenile Justice Cen- ter, credit for 88 days served, 12 months community supervision, 30 hours community service, $100 to crime victims compensation fund, $110 in court costs, restitu- tion of $114.39 so far. On Oct. 18 Perez pleaded guilty to willfully obstructing a law enforcement officer in discharge of his official duties on July 27; entering or remaining unlawfully in a dwelling with intent to commit a crime and taking a rifle with intent to deprive the owner on July 25; wrongfully obtaining control over clothes and bags belonging to ShopKo with

a value not exceeding $750 with intent to deprive on July 14 and wrongfully obtaining control over clothing belonging to Macys with a value not exceeding $750 with intent to deprive on July 20.

Jesus M. Reyes, 16, 1501 W. Rose St., No. 57, was sentenced Oct. 25 on one count each third- degree theft, minor in possession or consuming liquor and viola- tion of the Uniform Controlled Substance Act. The sentence in- cluded 52 weeks in a Department of Health and Human Services facility, credit for 26 days served. On Oct. 10 Reyes pleaded guilty to wrongfully obtaining control over alcohol belonging to Plaza Safeway in an amount not exceed- ing $750 with intent to deprive

the owner on or about June 3; consumed alcohol while under age 21 on or about June 8; and unlawfully possessed less than 40 grams of marijuana on or about Aug. 30.

Aleksander C. Padilla, 15, 2599 E. Isaacs Ave., was sentenced Oct. 25 on one count obstructing a law enforcement officer. The sentence included 40 weeks in a Department of Social and Human Services facility, credit for 34 days served, $100 to crime victims compensation fund, $110 in court costs. On Oct. 11 Padilla pleaded guilty to willfully obstructing a

law enforcement officer in the discharge of his official duties on Aug. 27.

Jade D. Pickett, 16, 722 N. Sixth Ave. was sentenced Nov. 1 on one count each third-degree theft and minor in possession or consuming liquor. The sentence included 10 days in the Juvenile Justice Center, nine months com- munity supervision, 20 hours community service, $100 to crime victims compensation fund, $110 in court costs. On Oct. 18 Pickett pleaded guilty to exertion of un- authorized control over property of Rose Street Safeway worth less than $750 with intent to deprive the owner of the property and possession of alcohol while under age 21 on July 4.

Parker M. Bachtold, 15, Lowden, was sentenced Nov.

1 on one count second-degree escape. The sentence included 28 days in the Juvenile Justice Center, credit for 28 days served, 12 months community supervi- sion, 150 hours community ser- vice with 150 hours credit, $100

to crime victims compensation fund, $110 in court costs. On Oct. 18 Bachtold pleaded guilty in

that he knowingly ran away from

a work crew staff when serving

a sentence at the Walla Walla County Juvenile Justice Center on Sept. 10.

Jacob E. Dalton, 15, 1070 St. John St. was sentenced Nov. 1

on one count indecent exposure. The sentence included five days in the Juvenile Justice Center, six months community supervision, 20 hours community service, $75 to crime victims compensation fund, $110 in court costs. On Oct. 18 Dalton pleaded guilty to having made an open and obscene ex- posure of himself that was likely to reasonably cause affront or alarm toward another on June 19.

DISSOLUTIONS

Sarah and Mitchell Woodend.

Fred E. Edinger Jr. and Susan L. Edinger.

Thomas L. and Libby L. Shaw.

Jennifer J. and Kevin J. Reynolds.

Lucas R. and Jessica A. Mohney.

Kandi S. and Tyson R. Robins.

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