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Thursday, December 1,2011 Free Press Section 2 Page 7 st Pla" Police Ne 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 activities. Any individuals listed as cited, charged or arrested are innocent until proven guilty. CHENEY Nov. 25 Nov. 21 Police assisted Airway A cellphone was reported Heights Police Department stolen on the 200 block of South with a vehicle pursuit near Cheney-Spangle Road. Four Lakes and 1-90. The sus- A court commitment oc- pect abandoned the vehicle cured at Cheney Police Depart- near the airport. The Cheney ment. canine tracked and apprehend- Cash and tools were re- ed the suspect on the 3600 block ported stolen from a vehicle on of South Hayford Road. the 2200 block of North Sixth Nov. 27 Street. Three bicycles and bicycle A collision between a vehi- parts were stolen from the 1200 cle and a motorized wheelchair block of Second Street. occurred on the 2300 block of Speakers and an amplifier First Street-minor injuries, were reported stolen from a Nov. 22 vehicle on the 3000 block of Brandy J. Chase, 31, was Silverthorn Lane. arrested at Cheney Trading A wallet and book bag was Company for shoplifting, reported stolen from a vehicle Damien R. Favors-Harper, on the 200 block of Walker 22, was arrested at Cheney Drive. Trading Company for shop- lifting. EASTERN WASHINGTON Jordan F. Obermeyer, 22, UNIVERSITY was arrested on the 200 block of Nov. 14 Simpson Parkway for domes- Third-degree theft tic violence-relatedresidential ported at the University Rec- burglary, reation Center (URC). A back- A vehicle was damaged by pack was taken from an un- a loose railroad car on F Street locked locker. Backpack found BNSF tracks -- there were no in nearby restroom, nothing injuries, missing. Nov. 23 Nov. 15 Police assisted Spokane Malicious mischief was re- Police Department by taking ported at North Tenth and a courtesy report on the 1100 Cedar streets. A yellow, VW block of Second Street from a Beetle was keyed. No sus- Cheney victim whose vehicle pects. was stolen in Spokane. A vehicle was stopped on Nov. 24 Washington Street for speed- Klara A. Link, 45, was ar- ing. Driver had no valid drivers rested for driving while license license and had an outstanding suspended (DWLS), and three warrant. Driver arrested for warrants - two assault war- second-degree driving with- rants and one driving under the out a license and warrant and influence (DUI) -- on the 200 ~g~nsported to Spokane Counter. blocV-6f West First Stree~t~ Jail. Cheney police with a trespass Nov. 24 third-degree theft on the 1100 report on the 600 block of West Police stopped a vehicle onblock of South Aspen Place. Sixth Street. Teenaged male SR 902 West and South Wel- Nov. 26 was contacted. Male was heav- come Road The driver was Officers took a report of ily intoxicated, was identified cited for third-degree DWLSa vehicle prowl on the 11000 and cited, and for having expired tabsblock of West Center Place. University police responded that were over 60 days old.Chad M. Rogers, 35, was ar- to a medical call at the URC.. Nov. 26 rested on a warrant for failure A female hockey player had Officers responded to a toappear - domestic violence collided with another player domestic violence situation on order of protection - violation and hit her head hard on the the 14700 block of West Thorpe on the 100 block of North Hay- ice. Plaver was transported to Road. Timothy D. Grayson, 69, ford Road. Deaconess Medical Center. was arrested for two counts of Nov. 27 Nov. 21 fourth-degree assault and A1- Deborah L. Rowe, 52, was Officer responded to a ve- fredo Monge, 19, was arrested arrested on two misdemeanor hicle prowl report near Mor- for fourth-degree assault as warrants for third-degree theft rison. CD player and faceplate well as resisting arrest, and third-degree DWLS on the were taken. A complainant reported 1300 block of South Ziegler Malicious mischief was re- an unwanted guest on the 100 Street. ported at JFK Librarv. Graf- block of East Lake Street. Den- Christopher A. Landis, 29, fiti was found scratched into nis E. Burgess, 47, was arrested was arrested for third-degree a restroom toilet bowl No for a civil bench warrant. DWLS on the 2000 block of suspects. South Craig Road. A possible drug violation AIRWAY.HEIGHTS Daniel S. Montijo, 21, was was reported at Louise Ander- Nov. 23 arrested for second-degree son Hall. A CA on the third Officers took a report of acriminal trespass on the 12000 floor smelled marijuana. Offi- vehicle prowl on the 800 block block of West 14th Avenue. cer contacted room occupants, of South Beeman Street. Officers took a report of and one was arrested for pos- Nov. 24 fraud on the 1000 block of session of marijuana less than Jessica M. Victor, 26, was South King Street. 40 grams, arrested for domestic violence Barry L. Dunn, 55, was ar- Nov. 22 - no contact order violation rested for third-degree DWLS Officer investigated a theft - on the 1800 block of South and was cleared as a missing report at the URC. A backpack Lawson Street. person on Sprague Avenue and was taken from an unlocked Daniel S. Head, 52, was Russell Street. locker. Backpack was later arrested on a warrant for sec- Nov. 28 recovered but the female vic- ond-degree failure to appear Officers took a report of tim's wallet was missing. No - trespassmg on premises - on third-degree theft - shoplift- suspects. Highway 2 and Hayford - on the 1400 block of University police received a Nov. 25 South Garfield Street. reportofharassmenttakingplace Edward M. Counts, 53, was Bien Hilai, 34, was arrest- near Tawanka Commons. Officer arrested for attempting to elude ed for third-degree DWLS tracked and contacted the group a police vehicle, a warrant for on Highway 2 and Hayford of female students at Streeter Hall. Deptartment of Corrections Road. Incident referred to OSRR. escape, third-degree DWLS and Eric L. Williams, 34, was ar- possession of marijuana - less rested on a warrant for robbery than 40 grams - on Highway and domestic violence - no 2 and Hayford Road contact order violation - on Officers took a report of 8th Avenue and King Street. Nov. 16 Officers assisted Cheney Fire Department personnel on a medical call at Streeter Hall, transporting a student to Rock- wood Clinic. Received a report of a female student who was intoxicated and passed out in a restroom at Kingston Hall. Student trans- ported to her dorm room Officer investigated a report of marijuana at Dressler Hall. Odor detected upon arrival and consent given to search room. Marijuana was found and a male student was cited for pos- session of marijuana, less than 40 grams. Nov. 17 Officer responded to a non- injury collision in a parking lot at the Townhouse Apartments. A green Subaru backed into a silver Dodge. Officer investigated a report of second-degree theft in a parking lot near Morrison Hall. Driver's window smashed and victim's purse with wallet and credit cards was missing. Victim reported her Bank of America credit card was later used at Cheney Conoco but upon contacting business it was discovered video cameras were turned off. Nov. 18 Malicious mischief was re- ported at the Science Building. A men's restroom was trashed with the stall partition physi- cally damaged. No suspects. Nov. 19 Officer investigated a report of a possible.drug violation in Streeter Hall. Floor CA de- MEDICAL LAKE tected marijuana odor and told Nov. 22 police a large group of students Police responded to a do- appeared to be concealing mestic violence call on the 1300 a liquor bottle and had left block of East Stanley Drive. Of- the building. Officers tracked ricers arrested PaulE. Freeman, down the group in the parking 50, for fourth-degree assault lot. One student was cited for and third-degree malicious possession of marijuana while mischief. several others were referred Nov. 23 to the Office of Student Rights A vehicle's driver was cited and Responsibilities (OSRR). for third-degree DWLS on Nov. 20 South Craig Road and West University officers assisted'"McFarlane Road. PUBLIC LEGAL NOTICES (509) 235-6184 TIME IS OF TO PLACE A LEGAL AD - CONTACT OUR LEGAL DEPARTMENT - MAXINE PICKEL THE E- MAIL FAX (509) 235-2887 INSERTION DEADLINE: MONDAY 5 P.M. ESSENCE LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE PURSUANT TO THE REVISED CODE OF WASHINGTON CHAPTER 61.24, ET. SEQ. Deed of Trust #5703719 Grantor: Jeremy E. Solomon and Kristine L. Solomon Beneficiaries: Edwin Mike Ramminger and Kathryn J. Ramminger Parcel No. 36273.1219 TO: JEREMY E. SOLOMON KRISTINE L. SOLOMON 6508 N. MARKET ST SPOKANE, WA 99217 JEREMY E. SOLOMON 7619 N. H STREET SPOKANE, WA 99208 KRISTINE L. SOLOMON 6004 W. WINDRIVER DR. SPOKANE, WA 99208 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned Trustee will on the 30th day of December. 2011, at the hour of 10:00 a.m. at South entry to Spokane County Courthouse, 1116 West Broadway, in the City of Spokane. State of Washington, sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder, payable at the time of sale. the following described real property, situ- ated in the County of Spokane. State of Washington, to-wit: Lot 12. Block 11 COLBURN AND MORGAN'S ACRE PARKADDITION, as per plat recorded in Volume "1" of Plats. page 1 records of Spokane County; EXCEPT the South 81 feet: ALSO EXCEPT the West 2 feet of said Lot as conveyed to Spokane County for Market Street by Deed recorded September 14. 1971 under Auditor's File No. 575002C: Situate in the County of Spokane, State of Washington. Parcel No. 36273.1219 (commonly known as: 6508 N. Market Street, Spokane, Washington 99217 which is subiect to that certain Deed of Trust dated July 30, 2008, recorded August 1,2008, under Auditor's File No. 5703719, records of Sookane County, Washington, from Jeremy E. Solomon and Kristine L. Solomon, husband and wife. as Grantor. to First American Title Insurance Company, a corporation, as Trustee, to secure an obli- gation in favor of Edwin Mike Ramminger and Kathryn J. Ramminger, husband and wife, as Beneficiary. II A written notice of default was transmitted DATED: September 26. 2011. PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS No action commenced by the Beneficiary of by the Beneficiary orTrustee to the grantor NElL E. HUMPHRIES. Trustee IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE the Deed of Trust or the Beneficiary's suc- or the Grantor's successor in interest at the 421 W. Riverside Ave.. Suite 830 STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR cessor is now pending to seek satisfaction following address: Sookane. WA 99201-0415 THE COUNTY OF SPOKANE of the obligation in any Court by reason (509) 838-4148 RCW 11,40.030 of the Grantor's default on the obligation Jeremy E. Solomon and December ~ and 22.2011 NO: 11-4-01413-6 secured by the Deed of Trust.Kristine L. Solomon In the Matter of the Estate of. III 6508 N. Market St. PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS RICHARD M. KRONICH The default(s) for which this foreclosure is Spokane WA 99217 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Deceased. made is/are as follows: MoJ~ Jeremy E. Solomon STATE OF WASHINGTON iN AND FOR The Personal Representative named below THE COUNTY OF SPOKANE has been appointed as personal represen- 8 monthly payments of 7619 N.H. Street RCW 11.40.030 tative of this estate. Any person having a $1,600.00 each; (February Snokane WA 99208 No. 11401447-1 claim against the decedent must. before through September. 2011~ $12.800.00 In the Matter of the Estate of: the time the claim would be barred by any La/eJC, bargeE Kristine L, Solomon ELSA M. GODFREY otherwise applicable statute of limitations 8 late charges of $50.00 for 6004 W. Windriver Dr. Deceased. present the claim in the manner as provided each monthly payment not Spokane. WA 99208 The Personal Reoresentative named in RCW 11.40.070 by serving on or mailing made within 5 days of its below has been appointed as Personal to the personal representative or the per- due date $400.00 by both first class and either registered or Representative of this Estate. Any carson sonal reoresentative's attorney at the ad- QtbeJ'JkdyaaceE certified mail on the 18th day of August, having a claim against the deceased must, dress stated below a copy of the claim and 2010 and first half 2011 2011. croci of which is in the possession of before the time the claim would be barred filing the original of the claim with the court Delinquent taxes in the the Trustee. and the Borrower and Grantor by any otherwise applicable statute of in wnJch the probate proceedings were principal amount of: $4,Z55.28 were personally served on the 19th day of limitations, present the claim in the manner commenced. The claim must be presented TOTAL MONTHLY PAYMENTS August. 2011 with said written notice of as provided by RCW11.40.070 by serving within the later of: (1) Thirty days after the AND LATE CHARGES: $17,955.28 default or the written notice of default was or mailing to the Personal Representative personal representative served or mailed IV posted in a conspicuous place on the real or the Personal Representative's attorney the notice to the creditor as provided under Thesum owing ontheobligationsecuredby property described in paragraph I above, at the address stated below a cony of the RCW 11,40.020(1)(c); or(21 fourmonthsaf- the Deed of Trust is: Principal $236.792.78. and the Trustee has oossession of proof claim and filing the original of the claim with ter the date of first publication of the notice. together with interest as provided in the of such service or posting, the court. The claim must De presented If the claim is not presentedwithih this time note or other instrument secured from VII within the later of: (1) Thirty days after the frame, the claim is forever barred, except August 1. 2008. and such other costs and The Trustee wnose name and address Personal Rep(esentative served or mailed as otherwise provided in RCW 11.40.051 fees as are due under the note or other are set forth below will provide in writing the Noticetothecreditoras provided under and 11.40.060. This bar ts effective as to instrument secured, and as are provided to anyone requesting it. a statement of RCW 11.40.020(3; or (2) Four months after claims against both the decedent's probate by statute, all costs and fees due at any time prior to the date of first publication of the Notice. If and nonprobate assets. V the sale. the claim is not presented within this time DATE OF FIRST PUBLICATION: The above-described property will be sold VIII frame, the claim is forever barred, except November 17.2011 to satisfy the expense of sa~e and the The effect of the sale sill be to deprive the as otherwise provided in RCW 11.40.051 Attorney for Personal Representative: obligation secured by the Deed of Trust as Grantor and all those who hold by, through and 11.40.060. This bar is effective as to LIN D. O'DELL. Attorney at Law provided by statute. The sale will be made or under the Grantor of all their interest in claims against both the decedent's probate Address for Mailing or Service: without warranty, express or mplied, re- the above-described property,and non-orobate assets. 1312 North Monroe St.. garding title, possession, or encumbrances IX DATE OF FILING OF NOTICE TO CREDI- Seokane WA 99201 on the 30th day of December. 2011. The Anyone having any objections to the sale on TORS with Clerk of Court: Court of brobate proceedings and cause default(s) ref4rred to in paragraph III must, any grounds whatsoever will be afforded an November 9. 2011 number: Spokane County Superior Court be cured by the 19th day of December. opportunity to be heard as to those objec- DATE OF FIRST PUBLICATION: LinD. O'Dell P.S. 2011. (11 days before the sale date) to tions if they bring a lawsuit to restrain the November 17, 2011 1312 N. Monroe Street cause a discontinuance of the sale. The sale pursuant to RCW 61.24.130. Failure to DANIEL GRANT GODFREY. Spokane WA 99201 sale will be discontinued and terminated bring such a lawsuit may result in a waiver Personal Renresentative Phone (509)252-6004 if at any time on or before the 30th day of any proper grounds for invalidating the Presented by: Fax (509) 468-3287 of December. 2011. (11 days before the Trustee's sale. COONEY LAW OFFICES. P.S. November 17.24 and December 1, 2011 sale date), the default(s) as set forth in X paragraph III is/are cured and the Trustee's NOTICE TO OCCUPANTS Jeffrey R. Ropp, WSB #16972 Attorney for Estate and fees and costs are paid. The sate may be OR TENANTS Personal Representative PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS terminated at any time after the 19th day The purchaser at the trustee's sale is en- 910 West Garland Avenue SUPERIOR COURT. of December. 2011, (11 days before the titled to possession of theproperty on the Spokane. WA 99205 STATE OF WASHINGTON. sale) and before the sale by Grantor or the 20th day following the sale, as against the (509) 326-2613 COUNTY OF SPOKANE Grantor's successor in interest or the holder grantor under the deed of trust (the owner) Fax: (5091 325-1859 RCW 11.40.030 ofanyrecordedJuniorlienorencumbrance and anyone having an interest junior to COONEY LAW OFFICES. P.S. No. 11-4-01505-1 paying the entire principal and interest the deed of trust, including occupants and 910 West Garland Avenue In the Matter of the Estate of: secured by the Deed of Trust olus costs, tenants. After the 20th day following the Spokane. WA 99205-2819 LINDA M SCHUTACK. fees and aavances if any, made pursuant sale the purchaser has the right to evict (509) 326-2613 Deceased. to the terms of the olSligation and/or Deed occupants and tenants by summary pro- Fax (5091 325-1859 The personal representative named below of Trust. and curing all other defaults, ceedings under the unlawful detainer act. November 17. 24 and December 1 2011 has been appointed as oersonal represen- VI chapter 59.12 RCW. tative of this estate.. Any person having a claim against the decedent must before the time the claim would be barred by any otherwise applicable statute of limitations. present the claim in the manner as provided in RCW 11.40.070 by serving on or mailing to one of the oersonal representative or the ~)ersonal representative's attorney at the address stated below a copy of the claim and filing the original of the claim with the court. The claim must be presented within the later of: (1) Thirty days after the per- sonal representative served or ma~led the notice to the creditor as provided under RCW 11.40.020(3); or (2) four months after the date of first publication of the notice. If the claim is not presented within this time frame, the claim is forever barred, except as otherwise provided in RCW 11.40.051 and 11.40.060. This bar is effective as to claims against both the decedent's probate and nonprobate assets. DATE OF FIRST PUBLICATION: December 1. 2011 JOHN SCHUTACK Personal Representative Address: 1248 Monterey Road Otis. MA 01253 DOUGLAS EDEN. PHILLIPS. DeRUYTER & STANYER. P.S. By:/s/DIANE J. KIEPE DIANE J. KIEPE Attorneys for Estate 717 W. Sprague Ave.. Suite 1500 Spokane. Washington 99201-3923 Telephone: (509) 455-5300 LAW OFFICES DOUGLAS. EDEN. PHILLIPS. DeRUYTER & STANYER A PROFESSIONAL SERVICE CORPO- RATION 717 West Sprague Avenue. Suite 1500 SpoKane. WA 99201-3923 (509) 455-5300 December 1.8 and 15. 2011 i CHENEY FREE PRESS ' LEGALS CONTINUE ON PAGE 4 OF SECTION 3.