4/30/2013 5:22:00 PM Outlook Cops & Courts, April 25
Othello Police Department Sunday, April 21 2:36 a.m., Officers responded to an assault at a location on East Main Street. 8:53 p.m., Felipe Tapia-Perez, 19, Othello, was cited on Eighth Avenue for driving while license suspended third degree. Saturday, April 20 10:54 a.m., Police responded to a theft on South Shady Lane. 3:35 p.m., Elora Caprillo, 21, Othello, was arrested for assault fourth degree. 4:59 p.m., Police responded to an assault on South 14th Avenue. Friday, April 19 8:42 a.m., Someone stole a vehicle from East Main Street. 12:02 p.m., Someone stole a vehicle from South Broadway Avenue. 3:05 p.m., Nancy Ocampo-Martinez, 23, Othello, was cited on Second Avenue for driving while license suspended third degree. 3:16 p.m., Someone responded to a theft on South Seventh Avenue. 4 p.m., Jose Hernandez, 29, Othello, was cited on East Main Street for assault fourth degree. Thursday, April 18 2 p.m., Uriel Vasquez-Maldonado, 19, Othello, was arrested for assault fourth degree, unlawful imprisonment and malicious mischief third degree. Adams County Sheriff Office Saturday, April 20 8:50 a.m., A man reported someone stole his bailer on West Herman Road. 9:47 a.m., A man reported a hit-and-run collison with a mail box on West Bench Road. 5:55 p.m., A person in Ritzville reported someone took rims, tires, motor and other car items from his yard sometime over the past few weeks. Friday, April 19 11:10 a.m., A woman reported someone broke into her vehicle on South Wagon Road. 11:54 a.m., Dispatch reported the theft of stop signs on South Booker Road. 2:14 p.m., A deputy stopped a vehicle for exceeding the speed limit and the driver was found to be driving with suspended license. 5:23 p.m., Deputies responded to a two-vehicle collision on South Taylor Road. The vehicle that caused the collision was cited for failing to stop at the stop sign. Thursday, April 18 6:52 a.m., A woman reported someone entered her vehicle on South Highland Road and took a cell phone, sunglasses and a flashlight. 8:50 a.m., A man reported a suspicious abandoned vehicle on West Leisle Road in Warden. It turned out to be stolen from Moses Lake. 10:25 a.m., A man reported the theft of tools from South Highland Road. 1:06 p.m., A woman reported her house and vehicle were egged on West Shelly Road. The juvenile suspect was caught and arrested for malicious mischief third degree. 4:37 p.m., A woman reported someone entered her home on South Danielson Road and stole approximately seven open-end wrenches and a five-gallon can of fuel. Wednesday, April 17 11:13 a.m., Deputies stopped a man riding a bicycle carrying scrap metal. The suspect was arrested for trespassing and theft third degree. 11:51 a.m., A woman reported someone stole gas from her vehicle. Tuesday, April 16 7:44 a.m., A person in Lind reported the theft of water. 11:46 a.m., A man reported the theft of a 9 millimeter brake action rifle from a location on West Cunningham Road. 4:34 p.m., A man was arrested a man for violation of a protection order on North Highway 395 in Ritzville. Monday, April 15 9:40 p.m., A man was stopped for defective or no tail lights, the driver was found to be driving while license suspended third degree for failure to appear on an unpaid ticket. The driver was cited and released. Adams County District Court Thursday, April 18 Gabriel Hernandez-Sanchez, 27, Othello, speeding, no valid operator's license, no proof of insurance, $1,306 Gabriel Hernandez-Sanchez, 27, Othello, expired registration, no proof of insurance, no valid operator's license, $1,276 Wednesday, April 17 Manuel Trinidad Ortiz, 21, Othello, speeding, failure to show proof of insurance, driving without valid driver's license, $1,449 Tuesday, April 16 Adam Early, 23, Spokane, driving while license revoked, 90 days given, two days to serve, 88 days suspended, one day already served Wednesday, April 10 Roger Romero, 24, Othello, obstructing a law enforcement officer, 364 days given, five days to serve, 359 days suspended Socorro Lopez-Solano, 37, Othello, failure to show proof of insurance, $400 Luis Tejeda-Tapia, 19, Othello, negligent driving first degree, driving while license suspended third degree, $1,495, 90 days given, 90 days suspended Tuesday, April 9 Bobbey Sensen, 20, Othello, malicious mischief third degree, $2,440, 90 days given, 90 days suspended Luis Galvez-Gonzalez, 24, Othello, no valid operator's license, $500, 90 days give, 90 days suspended City of Othello District Court Friday, April 12 Jack Waldrogel, 26, Othello, resisting arrest, 90 days given, 10 days to serve, 80 days suspended, 10 days already served Wednesday, April 10 Roger Romero, 24, Royal City, vehicle prowl second degree, theft third degree, $4,690, 364 days given, 10 days to serve, 354 days suspended Sylvia Guerra, 34, Othello, theft third degree, $658, 364 days given, 364 day suspended Maria Perez, 24, Othello, negligent driving first degree, $1,190, 9 0days given, 90 days suspended Leonor Sanchez-Silva, 23, Othello, negligent driving first degree, driving without a license, $945, 90 days given, 90 days suspended Adams County Fire District No. 5 Sunday, April 21 4:15 p.m., vehicle collision at South Highway 17 and West Yeisley Road. 4:17 p.m., tree down on mobile home at 810 S. Highway 24. 4:47 p.m., power lines down on residence at 2284 W. Rainier Road. Friday, April 19 3:57 p.m., vehicle collision at 2949 W. Highway 24, milepost 65. 5:25 p.m., vehicle collsion at South Taylor and West Cunningham roads. Wednesday, April 17 2:39 p.m., false alarm at 1960 W. Hampton Road. City of Othello Fire Department Sunday, April 21 4:11 p.m., controlled burn out of control at 695 S. Broadway Ave. Tactical Team arrests DV suspect in Cascade Valley Grant County Sheriff's deputies, Moses Lake police officers and members of the Moses Lake Regional Tactical Response Team (TRT) came together Sunday, April 21, to arrest a man on a variety of domestic violence-related charges. Christopher Lee Helgeson, 31, Moses Lake, is lodged in the Grant County Jail for investigation of second-degree assault (domestic violence), first-degree unlawful possession of a firearm, harassment threats to kill, domestic violence), and fourth-degree assault (domestic violence). The arrest was the result of a domestic violence investigation, which started the previous day, April 20. Moses Lake police officers and Grant County deputies interviewed the victim who showed obvious signs of injuries allegedly caused by Helgeson. Investigators also found out Helgeson was a convicted felon and may have firearms. Based on all the pieces of information, the TRT responded to serve the warrant for Helgeson's arrest. Helgeson came out of the home peacefully and was arrested. Investigators then searched the home in the 2500 block of Elgin Road Northeast, finding ammunition and ammo magazines for guns. Since Helgeson is a convicted felon and not allowed to possess such items, the illegal firearms possession charges were added. "This was a great piece of investigative teamwork by deputies and Moses Lake police," Sheriff Tom Jones said. "Grant County law enforcement officers treat domestic violence as the serious crime it is, and I am proud of everyone involved for their hard work."