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] CHENEY FREE PRESS Thursday, Nov0mber 26, 2015 SECTION 2 LEGALS e eN Information in the West Plains Police News is a service to the readers of the Cheney Free Press and is only intended to provide information about local law enforcement activi- ties, Any individuals listed as cited, charged or arrested are innocent until proven guilty, CHENEY Cheney police as- Nov. 16 sisted the Washington Residential burglary State Patrolwith a driv- was reported on the ing under the influ- 2400 block of University ence (DUI) stop on the Lane. 200 block of West First Domestic violence/ Street. verbal dispute was re-Nov. 21 ported on the 200 block Ryan A. McNair, of south Cheney-Spangle 23, was arrested on Road. the 300 block of First Residential burglary Street for obstruction was reported on the and failure to dis- zero hundred block perse. of Alki Street; Video Reckless driving games and a game box was reported on the were taken. 100 block of Cheney- Harassment was re- Spangle Road. Two men ported on the 1600 block were riding on the out- of FourthStreet. side of a car and one Nov. 18 man jumped off the car Second-degree at 25 miles per hour. theft was reported on The man was found and the 400 block of Fifthtransported to Deacon- Street. A guitar was ess Medical Center. In- taken, cident was documented Second-degree theft for information pur- was reported on the poses. 3000 block of Silverthorn Lane. MEDICAL LAKE Nov. 19 Nov. 16 Harassment was re- A sex crime was ported on the 1000 block reported on the 200 of BetzRoad. block of East Barker Civil problems were Street. reported at the PoliceLost property (not Department. There werespecified) was found on questions regarding le- the 800 block of South gal guardianship of a LefevreStreet. EWU police delivers security and fire report By AL STOVER drug violation referrals was up in EWU and the city of cheney. Staff Reporter the residential facilities, which is a "Back in the day we used to Eastern Washington Univer- subset of campus. There were 189 arrest someone for residue in a sity Police Chief Tim Waiters liquor law referrals (132 in 2013) bag. Times have changed." gave the university's board of and 37 drug violation referralsWalters announced the po- trustees a glimpse of the annual (nine in 2013). Liquor law arrests lice department activated seven security and fire report for 2014 were at 17 and drug violation ar- timely warnings this year for at its Nov. 20 meeting, rests were at 14. reports of sexual assault at or Some of the trends Waiters In regards to crimes on public near the campus. Waiters said highlighted included 191 liquor property, there was one robbery, he spoke with other university law referrals, which were up three liquor law referrals and one police departments and EWU is from 134 in 2013, and 24 liquor drug arrest, not alone in the increase of sex- law arrests, which was down Trustee Michael Finley asked ual assault reports. Overall, the from 40 in the previous year. Waiters what training officers have police department responded to Drug law violation referrals were to differentiate when someone is 25,208 calls. 39, over three times as many intoxicated from marijuana instead "There are more reports, in 2013. Drug violation arrests of a person just carrying cannabis, more victims are coming forward were 14, a drop from 22 in 2013. Waiters said there are drug rec- and participating in the prosecu- Walters saidthe high numbers ognition experts who work with tion process," Waiters said. of incidents are likely because campus police. Officers have basic Student trustee Mariana Gar- of drug laws and availability of signs in recognizing when someone cia asked what the department marijuana, is using marijuana. He added that has done in increasing sexual Domestic violence incidents officers follow the state laws when assault awareness. Waiters said on campus were five in 2014, they come in contact with someone the department and the univer- down from eight in 2013. There who is carrying marijuana, sity have several programs to were three forcible sex offense "If they obtained it legally and provide information and train- incidents and one stalking in- they are 21 years old, there will be ing for students. cident, no arrest," Walters said, adding Al Stover can be reached at The increase of liquor and that drug arrests are handled by al@cheneyfreepress.com, 1, Avoid risks of carbon monoxide poisoning An accident was re- ported at West Brooks While many sidents in kerosene, wood orcharcoal so it's important to have a Road and North Lefe- Spokane County are with- is burned. It can quickly working carbon monoxide vre Street. out electricity, and with build up to unsafe levels in detector inside the home. Nov. 20 temperatures expected to enclosed or semi-enclosed Sources of carbon B u r g 1 a r y w a s r e- drop, barbecue grills and areas, monoxide include motor p o r t e d o n t h e 6 0 0 gas generators may seem To avoid carbon mon-vehicles, small gasoline- block of East Golden like they could double as an oxide poisoning, neverpowered equipment, burn- Court. indoor furnace, but that can use a charcoal or gas grill ing charcoal, wood or gas, Nov. 22 be dangerous, according to in an endosed space or in blocked chimney flues' gas Harassment was re- the Spokane Regional Health a fireplace. A charcoal fire or kerosene heaters, camp ported on the 400 block DistrictandGreaterSpokane will not create a chimney stoves and lanterns. of East Ladd Street. Emergency Management. draft strong enough to The Department of Note: Due to an error inThe agencies say that push the carbon monox-Health's website (www. communication, theAirway neither should be used in- ide to the outside. It's also doh.wa.gov) offers infor- Heights police reports will side to heat homes as fami- unsafe to use a gas oven marion on carbon mon- appearin theDec. 3 issueof lies could get sick and even for heat. Never run a car oxide, outage and cold, the Cheney Free Press.die from carbon monoxide engine or a generator in a weather prevention. For child. Assault was reported poisoning, garage and keep generators more local emergency pre, Nov. 20 on the 2300 block of South ] A16-year-oldmale SalnaveRoad. Carbon monoxide, or at least 20 feet from build- paredness information, CO, is a poisonous gas that ings. Even at that distance, visit, either the health dis- was arrested for third- Nov. 17 can'tbeseenorsmeUedandair flow patterns could still trict s page dedicated to degree theft/shoplifting Theftwas reported on can kill a person in minutes, bl0w carbon monoxide emergency preparedness on the 100 block of West ,,~e40~bioek ofEasi~State ~~ It is produced whenever into homes through attic Or the Spokar~ Eme/~cy FirstStreeL , iRouteg0Zi i ..... " . " " any fuel such as gas, oil, vents, windows ,or doors;i : .Management wet . ,, eney SS TIM_E PUBLIC IS OF LEGAL TO PLACE A LEGAL AD - CONTACT OUR LEGAL DEPARTMENT - RACHEL STUART THE NOTICES (509) 235-6184 E- MAIL legals@cheneyfreepress.com FAX (509) 235-2887 INSERTION DEADLINE: MONDAY 5 P-M. ESSENCE LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES 11.40.060. This bar is effective of Washington. According to November 12, 2015 tiff, Numerica Credit Union, athis by serving on or mailing to the PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS as to claims against both the the records of the Court as are Deborah Morgan office below state; and in case of Personal Representative or decedent's probate and nonpro- available on the date of filing Notice Agent your failure to do so, judgment the Personal Representative's IN THE SUPERIOR COURT bate assets, of this notice with the court, a Garon Jones (WSBA#29378) will be rendered against you attorney at the address stated OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR Date of First Publication: cause number regarding the Attorneys for Personal Repre- according to the demand of the below a copy of the claim and THE COUNTY OF SPOKANE November 12, 2015 Decedent has not been issued sentative complaint, which has been filed fUing the orig[nal of the claim with NO. 15-4-01163-6 Personal Representative: to any other notice agent and a STOKES LAWRENCE with the clerk of said court. This the court in which the probate In re the Estate 0f: MARIANJ. MEREDITH Personal Representative of the VELIKANJE MOORE & Complaint is for Money Due proceedings were commenced. Attorney for the Personal Rep- Decedent's estate has not been SHORE Under a Promissory Note and The claim must be presented WAYNE MEREDITH, resentative: appointed. 120 N. Naches Avenue Security Agreement. within the later of: (1) Thirty Deceased. Carolann O'Brien Storli Any person having a claimYakima, WA98901-2757 David E. Eash days after the Personal Repre- The personal representative Address for Mailing or Service: against the Decedent must, 509-853-3000 Ewing Anderson, P.S. sentative served or mailed the named below has been appoint- ed as personal representative of STORLI LAW, PLLC before the time the claim would November 12, 19, and 26, 2015 522 West Riverside Ave., notice to the creditor as provided 1420 Fifth Avenue, Suite 3000 be barred by any otherwise ap- Suite 800 under RCW 11.40.020(1)(c); or this estate. Any person having a Seattle, WA 98101-2393 plicable statute of limitations, Spokane, WA 99201 (2) four months after the date of. claim againstthe decedent must, (206) 892-2139 present the claim in the manner November 5, 12, 19, and 26, first publication of the notice. If before the time the claim would November 12, 19, and 26, 2015 as provided in RCW 11.42.070 SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION 2015 the claim is not presented within be barred by any otherwise ap- by serving on or mailing to the SUPERIOR COURT OF this time frame, the claim is for- plicable statute of limitations, , notice agent or the notice agent's WASHINGTON FOR ever barred, except as otherwise present the claim in the manner attorney at the address stated SPOKANE COUNTY PROBATE provided in RCW 11.40.051 and as provided in RCW 11.40.070 NONPRoBATE below a copy of the claim and (RCW 4.28.110) NOTICE TO CREDITORS 11.40.060. This bar is effective by serving on or mailing to the NOTICE TO CREDITORS filing the original of the claim NO. 15-204302-6 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT as to claims against both the personal representative or ithe IN THE SUPERIOR COURT with the with the Court in which NUMERICA CREDIT UNION, FOR THE STATE OF decedent's probate and nonpro- personal representative's at- OF WASHINGTON FOR the notice agent's declaration Plaintiff, WASHINGTON bate assets. torney at the address stated YAKIMACOUNTY and oath were filed. The claim vs. , IN AND FOR THE Date of first publication: below a copy of the claim and RCW 11.42.030 must be presented within the ASHLEY AYERS, COUNTY OF SPOKANE November 12, 2015 filing the original of the claim with NO. 15401555-1 later of: (1) Thirty days after the Defendant. RCW 11.40.030 /s/Carol Anne, Widman the court in which the probate Estate of notice agent served or mailed the The State of Washington to De-No. 15-401579-8 CAROL ANNE WlDMAN prOceedings were commenced. MARY LOUISE ISBIsTER, notice to the creditor as provided fendant, Ashely Ayers: In the Matter of the Estate of Personal Representative The claim must be presented Deceased. under RCW 11.42.020(2)(c); or You are hereby summoned to FRED A. WlDMAN, Attorney for Personal Repre- within the later of: (1) 30 days The notice agent named below (2) four months after the date of appear within sixty days after Deceased. sentative: after the personal representative has elected to give notice to first publication of the notice. If the date of the first publication The Personal Representative Karen L. Sayre, WSBA#15548 served or mailed the notice to creditors of the above-named the claim is not presented within of this summons, to wit, within named below has been appoint- SAYRE SAYRE & FOSSUM, the creditor as provided under Decedent. As of the date of this time frame, the claim is for- sixty days after the 5th day of edas Personal Representative of P.S. RCW 11.40.020(1) (c) or (2) the filing of a copy of this no- ever barred, except as otherwise November, 2015, and defend this estate. Any person having a Address for Mailing or Service: four months after the date of tice with the Court, the notice provided in RCW 11.42.050 and the above entitled action in the claim against the decedent must, West 201 North River Drive, first publication of the notice. If agent has no knowledge of any 11.42.060. This bar is effective above entitled court, and answer before the time the claim would Suite 460 the claim is not presented within other person acting as notice as to claims against both the the complaint of the plaintiff, Nu- be barred by any otherwise ap- Spokane, Washington this time frame, the claim is for- agent or of the appointment of a Decedent's probate and nonpro- merica Credit Union, and serve plicable statute of limitations, 99201-2262 ever barred, except as otherwise Personal Representative of the bate assets, a copy of your answer upon the present the claim in the manner (509) 325-7330 provided in RCW 11.40.051 and Decedent's estate in the state Date of First Publication: undersigned attorneys for plain- as provided in RCW 11.40.070 November 12, 19, and 26, 2015