Union-Bulletin Court Report

Walla Walla County Superior Court

CRIMINAL CASES

NEW CHARGES

Diego L. Ramos, 25, Walla Walla, was charged on May 28 with second-degree assault on May 27. His arraignment is scheduled for June 10.

Brandon S. Montgomery, 37, College Place, was charged on May 29 with second-degree burglary and second-degree malicious mischief on May 27. His arraignment is scheduled for June 10.

Reuben E.C. Boyer, 40, was charged on May 29 with assault in violation of a domestic violence protection/no-contact order on May 27. His arraignment is scheduled for June 10.

Kevin R. Ochoa, 25, Milton-Freewater, was charged on May 29 with second-degree assault on April 1. His preliminary appearance is scheduled for June 24.

Blanca L. Herrera, 32, College Place, was charged on May 30 with meth possession and using drug paraphernalia on May 28. Her arraignment is scheduled for June 10.

SENTENCED

Courtney A. Dunleavy, 33, Walla Walla, was sentenced on May 28 in two separate cases: one, for attempting to elude a pursuing police vehicle on Dec. 9, 2018, and another for heroin possession of April 14. The court dismissed third-degree driving with a suspended/revoked license in the first case, and using drug paraphernalia, DUI, and third-degree driving with a suspended/revoked license in the second case. The sentence included $1,100 in fines and fees and concurrent jail time of 30 days, with credit for eight days served, 22 days converted to 176 community service hours, and one year of community custody.

Joseph R. Bartlett, 50, Walla Walla, was sentenced on May 28 for meth possession on Feb. 1. The court dismissed charges of obstructing a law enforcement officer, using drug paraphernalia, and second-degree criminal trespassing. The sentence included $600 in fines and fees; 30 days in jail, with credit for four days served, 26 days converted to 208 community service hours; one year in community custody; and a chemical-dependency evaluation.

Ashllee K. Kveton, 30, Walla Walla, was sentenced on May 28 for second-degree attempted theft on Aug. 22 and 23, 2018. The charge was amended from the original, which was second-degree theft. The sentence included $286.29 restitution to Walmart; $250 in fines and fees; 364 days in jail, with 334 suspended and 30 days converted to 240 community service hours; and one year of probation.

Natalie E. Gumtow, 30, Kent, Wash., was sentenced on May 29 for conspiracy to deliver buprenorphine on April 4, 2018. The charges were amended from the original, which included complicity to possession with intent to deliver buprenorphine in a county jail or state correctional facility. The sentence included $600 in fines and fees; 29 days in jail, with credit for one day served and 29 days converted to 232 community service hours; one year in community custody; and a chemical-dependency evaluation.

DISSOLUTIONS

Sean A. McFarlen and Kristine M. McFarlen.

Alisia Iolene Hardin and Joel Edward Hardin.

April S. Knapp and Kevin A. Knapp.

Sandra Patricia Hernandez Salazar and Manuel Barajas Martinez.

Jonathan Scott Ringering and Kathryn Lynn Ringering.

Richard A. Fesler and Christina R. Fesler.

Laura M. Steele and Bruce J. Steele.

Rebecca Christine York and Dylan Eugene York.

David Christopher Sweeney and Laurel Jean Sweeney.

Anita Robbins and John Bernstein.

Deborah Michelle Backous and Gary Lynn Backous.