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Warrants and Sentencing

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Two sentences, one dismissal and six warrants were issued by Judge Steven Buzzard during municipal court in Winlock Thursday.

Tina F. Collingsworth, 31, of Winlock, pleaded guilty to two charges of driving while license suspended, third degree, and was sentenced to 180 days in jail with 180 days suspended. She was also fined $800 with $400 suspended.

Robert D. Morehouse, 52, of Castle Rock, pleaded guilty to driving while licenses suspended, third degree, and was sentenced to 90 days in jail with 90 days suspended. He was also fined $400 with $200 suspended.

A charge of fourth-degree assault against Danae M. Metcalf, 30, of Centralia, was dismissed after Metcalf complied with the terms of a diversion agreement.

A $2,000 warrant was issued for the arrest of Mark R. Baker Jr., 21, of Winlock, after failing to appear for a pre-trial hearing. Baker is being charged with assault, fourth degree.

A $1,500 warrant was issued for the arrest of Jessica D. Church after failing to appear for arraignment. Church is charged with driving while license suspended, third degree.

A $1,500 warrant was issued for the arrest of Nicolas E. Dodrill, 23,  after failing to appear for a pre-trial hearing. Dodrill is being charged with driving while license suspended, third degree.

A $2,500 warrant was issued for the arrest of Aaron C. Ettner, 28, of Winlock, after failing to appear for a stipulated bench trial. Ettner is being charged with assault, fourth degree.

A $2,500 warrant was issued for the arrest of Ryan E. Searl, 27, of Tumwater, after failing to appear for a show cause hearing. Searl has been found guilty of driving while license suspended, third degree.

A $1,500 warrant was issued for the arrest of Garret C. Wood, 21, of Vader, after failing to appear for a pre-trial hearing. Wood is being charged with assault, fourth degree.
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