Court report - 10/8/13

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Walla Walla County Superior Court

CRIMINAL CASES

Dennis J. O’Quist, 50, Wallula, was sentenced Sept. 30 on one count second-degree vehicle prowl. The sentence included restitution to be determined, $200 in court costs, $205.80 in sheriff fees, $250 to the crime victims compensation fund, $775 in attorney fees, 364 days in the county jail with 334 days suspended concurrent with another cause, credit for 30 days served, 12 months bench probation. On Sept. 30 O’Quist pleaded guilty to entering his sister’s vehicle with intent to commit a crime by depriving her of the vehicle on or about Aug. 30.

In the second cause heard on Sept. 30 O’Quist was sentenced on one count each second-degree malicious mischief and driving under the influence. The court dismissed two other counts. The sentence included restitution to be determined, $200 in court costs, $139 in sheriff fees, $500 to the crime victims compensation fund, $1,296.90 DUI fine, $150 DUI cost recovery fund, $775 in attorney fees, $100 biological fee, 364 days in the county jail with 334 days suspended concurrent with another cause, credit for 30 days served.  On Sept. 30 O’Quist pleaded guilty to causing damage exceeding $750 to a motor vehicle and to operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol and subsequently refused to take a breath test, on or about Feb. 18.

Shannon S. Ezell, 29, Portland, was sentenced Sept. 30 on one count second-degree introduction of contraband. The sentence $200 in court costs, $62 in sheriff fees, $500 to the crime victims compensation fund, $775 in attorney fees, $500 drug enforcement fund, $100 crime lab and biological fees, 30 days in the county jail, credit for one day served, 29 days converted to 332 hours Department of Corrections supervised work crew, 12 months community custody.  On Sept. 30 Ezell pleaded guilty to knowingly and unlawfully providing marijuana to an inmate at the Washington State Penitentiary with intent that the contraband be of assistance in the commission of a crime, specifically unlawful possession of marijuana by a prisoner.

On Sept. 25 a charge of DOC violation was dismissed by the court against Kay L. Sharpe, in that the violation may not be able to be proven.

JUVENILE CASES

Paul Garcia, 17, 415 N. Fifth Ave., was sentenced Sept. 27 on one count contempt of court. The sentence included five days in the Juvenile Justice Center, three months community supervision, 20 hours community service, $100 to crime victims compensation fund, $110 in court costs. On Sept 13 Garcia pleaded guilty to intentionally disobeying a lawful court order dated March 6 requiring a student to attend school, between May 19 and June 6.

DISSOLUTIONS

John A. and Carolyn A. Biagi.

Patricia K. and Clinton D. Froke.

Jessica S. and Michael Burns.

Francisco Sanchez and Araceli Cuellar.

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