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Circuit Court Updates – March/April 2024

*All information presented herein is obtained from publicly available Oregon court and law enforcement records. The Oregon Public Records Law, as detailed in the Attorney General’s Public Records and Meeting Manual, allows public access to these records. Every individual named or referenced is presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Warrants are out on the following individuals: Austin Shane Conner, Steven Michael Cooley, Rose Joann Ellison, Michael Travis Flanigan, Selina Renee Ford-Blackburn, Melissa Nicole Fox, Shellie Raeann Gilbert, Keely Minnie Lilli Gomez, Steven Edward Grimm, Matthew David Griner, Aaron Thomas Halvorson, Robert Edwin Hoskinson, Christopher Lee Hurt, Bruce Clifton Kelly, Andrew Donald LeGore, Mikel Vincent Lizama, Rick Jordan Maas, John Andrew Mance, Zachary John Marshall, Andrew Dwayne McCullom, Jeremy Allen Moore, Keoni Martin Murray, Cary Nathan Pedigo, Taylor Ray Plummer, Jeremy Scott Rowan, Rosemary O. Saviour, Aaron Carlyle Scott, Tiffani Kendra Stubblefield, Russell Dale Truedson, Paul Walter Ulm, Darnell T. Wells, Jessica Ashley Wynne.

 

Herman J. Barawis, 56, was charged April 22 with second degree assault, unlawful use of a weapon (hammer), menacing and two counts of fourth degree assault. The charges were dismissed after the defendant died.

 

Gerald Edwin Boehme, 60, was sentenced March 27 to 240 hours jail and 24 months supervised probation after pleading no contest to first degree forgery. A charge of first degree possession of a forged instrument was dismissed.

 

A charge against Gabriel Bruce Bucker, 26, of domestic violence strangulation was dismissed by a grand jury as not a true bill.

 

Kevin Austin Corrington Jr., 25, was charged April 3 with fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer, reckless driving, criminal driving while suspended or revoked, and unlawful possession of firearms. He posted 10% of a $15,000 security.

 

Steven Forest Crosman, 42, was charged March 28 with domestic violence fourth degree assault and second degree theft. Bail was set at $25,000. He was charged March 29 with domestic violence fourth degree assault, harassment and interfering with making a report. He posted 10% of a $25,000 security.

 

Courtney Meagan Fell, 35, was sentenced April 25 to 10 days jail, 36 months bench probation, and $1,314.64 in fines and restitution after pleading no contest to fourth degree assault and strangulation.

 

Austin Connor Ghere, 28, was charged April 22 with second degree burglary. Bail was set at $15,000.

 

Shellie Raeann Gilbert, 35, was charged April 22 with DUII (liquor) and third degree theft.

 

Wesley Alan Harris-Campbell, 35, was sentenced April 12 to five days jail, 12 months bench probation and a $100 fine after pleading no contest to fourth degree assault. A strangulation charge was dismissed.

 

Cody Dean Hildebrandt, 32, was sentenced April 4 to suspension of a driver’s license for one year, 10 months with the Oregon Dept. of Corrections, 12 months post-prison supervision and a $200 fine after pleading on contest to unauthorized use of a vehicle.

 

Robert Grant Hodson, 29, was sentenced April 5 to one year revocation of a driver’s license, 18 months with the Oregon Dept. of Corrections, 12 months post-prison supervision and a $200 fine after pleading guilty to unauthorized use of a vehicle. On April 9 he was charged with conspiracy to commit tampering with a witness.

 

Devin Michael Houseman, 36, was sentenced March 25 to one year revocation of a driver’s license, 10 days jail, 18 months supervised probation and a $200 fine after pleading no contest to unauthorized use of a vehicle. Two counts of failure to appear were dismissed.

 

Richard Allen Howe, 61, was charged April 2 with first degree failure to appear. He posted 10% of a $60,000 bail.

 

Jesse Wayne Ice, 36, was charged April 1 with unlawful use of a weapon, menacing and second degree disorderly conduct.

 

Christopher Allen Jackson, 30, was found guilty by jury and sentenced April 23 to 70 months with the Oregon Dept. of Corrections, 120 days jail, 36 months post-prison supervision, 36 months supervised probation for second degree assault, second degree assault attempt to commit a Class B felony and two counts of assaulting a public safety officer. Charges merged with the second degree assault charge are: unlawful use of a weapon and attempt to commit a Class B felony. Acquitted charges are: attempt to commit a Class A misdemeanor, menacing, fourth degree assault, aggravated harassment, attempt to commit a Class C/Unclassified felony, and aggravated harassment.

 

Andrew Christopher Jones, 28, was sentenced April 15 to 30 days jail, 24 months supervised probation and $400 in fines after pleading guilty to unauthorized use of a vehicle and first degree failure to appear. A charge of possession of a burglary tool or theft device was dismissed.

 

Ustin Ray Jones, 20, was placed in the diversion program for allegedly driving a vehicle while under the influence of a controlled substance. He was also sentenced to fines that were waived after pleading guilty to unlawful possession of oxycodone and unlawful possession of a schedule IV controlled substance. For this case, charges dismissed are: possession of hydrocodone, unlawful possession of cocaine, violating a speed limit, and person under 21 possessing marijuana while operating a motor vehicle.

 

Michael Alexander Lugo, 34, was charged April 16 with theft of services and second degree burglary.

 

Robert Harold Mayfield, 39, was charged April 2 with domestic violence menacing and domestic violence unlawful use of a weapon. Bail was set at $25,000.

 

Andrew Dwayne McCullom, 43, was charged March 28 with strangulation and fourth degree assault.

 

Kasey Wayne Miller, 34, was sentenced March 25 to 18 months with the Oregon Dept. of Corrections, 24 months post-prison supervision and a $200 fine based on after pleading guilty to second degree escape. A separate case for charges of unlawful possession of heroin, unlawful possession of methamphetamine, interfering with an officer, and failures to appear were dismissed. In yet another case, charges of unlawful possession of heroin and failure to appear were also dismissed.

 

Shawn David Miller, 38, was sentenced April 22 to 150 months with the Oregon Dept. of Corrections and 10 years post-prison supervision after pleading no contest to two counts of first degree sexual abuse of a female under the age of 14. Two more counts of the same charge were dismissed. In a separate case, he was charged on April 19 with first degree sexual abuse of a female under the age of 14 and pleaded no contest. He was sentenced April 22 to an additional 30 months with the Oregon Dept. of Corrections along with the 10 years of supervised probation.

 

Tyler James Nofziger, 23, was charged April 22 with first degree online sexual corruption of a child. He posted 10% of a $25,000 bail.

 

Robert Nicholas Polequin, 43, was sentenced March 27 to 15 days jail, 36 months supervised probation and a $200 fine based on a plea of guilty to unlawful use of a firearm weapon.

 

Sharon Renee Prior, 47, who appealed a lower court’s decision on a DUII conviction, was found guilty by jury on Feb. 9, 2024, and sentenced to revocation of a driver’s license for life, 60 days jail, 16 months bench probation and $2,255 in fines and fees. Prior was found guilty by a jury in Lebanon in December 2021 with a .15% BAC for a citation of the offense issued on June 28, 2020.

 

Darwyn Dwayne Thomas Reimann, 23, was charged April 12 with felon in possession of a firearm, improper use of an emergency reporting system (calling 911), and recklessly endangering another person.

 

David L. Rood, 49, was sentenced April 5 to 10 days jail after pleading no contest to first degree theft attempt to commit a Class C/Unclassified felony and second degree criminal mischief. A second degree criminal trespass charge was dismissed.

 

Lerae Nicholle Ruck, 23, was sentenced March 29 to revocation of a driver’s license for one year, 15 days jail, 24 months supervised probation and $327.82 compensation to a victim after pleading no contest to unauthorized use of a vehicle and first degree failure to appear. Other charges of unauthorized use of a vehicle and failure to appear were dismissed.

 

Michael Devon Stokesbary, 37, was charged April 17 with DUII (liquor and/or cannabis).

 

Steven Robert Tafoya, 61, was sentenced April 15 to one year suspension of a driver’s license and a $650 fine after pleading guilty to refusal to take a test for intoxicants. A reckless driving charge was dismissed. He was also placed in the diversion program after pleading guilty to DUII (alcohol).

 

Loki Niklas Thompson, 19, was sentenced April 19 to one year suspension of a driver’s license, 48 hours jail, 24 months bench probation and a $2,000 fine after pleading guilty to DUII (liquor) with a .15% BAC.

 

Antonia Estrada Torres, 43, was sentenced April 12 to one year suspension of a driver’s license, 48 hours jail, 18 months bench probation and $2,255 in fines and fees after pleading guilty to DUII (liquor). A reckless driving charge was dismissed.

 

Alisia Ilene Vance, 27, was sentenced April 25 to 10 days jail and 36 months supervised probation after pleading no contest to third degree assault of a child. A charge of first degree criminal mistreatment was dismissed.

 

Michael Robert Van Houte, 35, was charged April 24 with strangulation, second degree attempted assault, menacing, first degree theft, unauthorized use of a vehicle and second degree theft. In a separate case, he was charged with two counts of fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer, failure to perform the duties of a driver when property is damaged, third degree escape and resisting arrest. In both cases a $250,000 bail was set.