East Wenatchee Crime
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Friday Feb 24 | via Wenatchee World
Garrett Dylan Minske, 17, in Chelan County Superior Court. He was sentenced to three years for armed robbery, and faces further penalties after agreeing to plead guilty to unrelated juvenile offenses. Comment?
Thursday Feb 16 | via Wenatchee World
An East Wenatchee man who voiced threats against a police officer over a high-profile fatal shooting received a three-month jail sentence for harassment Wednesday. Michael Richard Ayers, 52, entered an Alford plea of guilty, five months after he told a store clerk he would harm then-East Wenatchee Police Officer Kaiti Wilkins if she were not jailed for shooting and killing Cameron S. Ayers in the line of duty last year. 1 comment
Tuesday Jan 31 | via Wenatchee World
The state Court of Appeals on Tuesday ordered a third trial for an East Wenatchee man convicted in a 2008 murder, saying his attorney failed to present crucial testimony on domestic violence. The 2-1 decision of the appellate panel calls for the retrial of Christopher Martin Owens, 35, now serving a 27-year sentence for the shooting death of Richard Lynn "Rick" Tyler, 47. Appellate Judges Robert Lawrence-Berry and Laurel Siddoway found that Owens' attorney did not seek testimony For as little as 27 cents a day, you can have complete access to all the local news, photos and video content from North Central Washington's primary news source. Comment?
Jan 26, 2017 | via Wenatchee World
Stars of the show: Wenatchee's Esquivel, Eastmont's Lisson are leading their very different teams in very different ways WATERVILLE - The child rape case against a long-serving East Wenatchee sewer and water commissioner may hinge on whether the alleged victim's statements to adults can be admitted at trial. Friday marks one year since Michael T. McCourt, now 76, was arrested at the Douglas County Sewer District offices and charged with first-degree child rape. Comment?
Jan 24, 2017 | via Wenatchee World
An East Wenatchee man was sentenced Monday to 20 months in prison after repeatedly stalking and intimidating a woman, and violating court orders that barred him from approaching her. Terry Joe Flemens, 58, pleaded guilty Jan. 4 to felony charges of stalking and violating a judge's protective order granted to the victim. Comment?
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