Two arrested on heroin possession/distribution charges
- Written by Sgt. Chris Foreman
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The Columbia River Drug Task Force reports on October 19th, 2017 the Columbia River Drug Task Force completed an investigation that led to the arrest of Emmanuel Sanchez-Cerros for 2 counts of unlawful delivery of a controlled substance, Heroin.
Cassandra Morgan was charged with unlawful delivery of a controlled substance and conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance, Heroin.
Sanchez-Cerros recently pled guilty to charges stemming from a previous Columbia River Drug Task Force case from February, 2017 and was awaiting sentencing. A search warrant was served on that date and both heroin and methamphetamine were located in the residence as well as a large amount of cash. During the search warrant, Child Protective Services were called and two children were removed from the residence.
On October 19th, 2017 a controlled drug buy was completed. After the controlled drug buy was completed uniformed patrol officers along with members of the Columbia River Drug Task Force arrested Sanchez-Cerros and Morgan.
It was determined children were present and nearby when the controlled drug buy occurred. CPS was called immediately and the children were placed into emergency custody. Sanchez-Cerros and Morgan were both booked into jail.
Morgan is still pending charges from her arrest in February, 2017 and Sanchez-Cerros was scheduled to be sentenced for the February charges he pled guilty to in December 2017.
Their vehicle was seized for a search warrant and more charges could be filed.
Opening for Robotics Coach at Manson School
- Written by Janice Stewart
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A great opportunity to work with students in the area of VEX Robotics awaits that special individual with the skill and knowledge to help further students in their quest to make ideas a reality.
Coach duties and responsibilities will include some of the following
- Organize and monitor the 2017-2018 high school VEX Robotics team. The team meets weekly September to March from 1 to 2 days a week after school. Meetings vary based on the activities needed to ensure preparedness for all upcoming on/off-season events. There are roughly 8 Saturday competitions.
- Assist in the organization of the high school team mentoring the middle school team and/or elementary team
- Communicate with your sponsoring organization including: expectations to parents and students about what is expected of them in terms of their commitment to the team, coordinating help, maintaining equipment, purchasing supplies, registering for competitions, creating schedules and team building
- Display kindness, patience, and professionalism
Desired Qualifications: - Enthusiasm and a love of learning with kids is of the highest importance. Experience in one or more of the following technical areas is also desirable, but absolutely not necessary: Technical Management, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Robotic Engineering, Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science, and Industrial Fabrication.
For a more detailed list of job responsibilities and qualifications, please contact the district office at 687-3140. $3,000 stipend.
Final report on Albertsons shooting released
- Written by Jason Mathews, Undersheriff, CCSO
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The North Central Washington Special Investigation Unit was called upon to investigate the Officer involved shooting that occurred July 27, 2017 at Albertsons in Wenatchee. Over the next several weeks, the SIU conducted a complete and independent investigation of the incident including interviews of all identified witnesses, review of all known video, and collection of physical evidence. At the conclusion of the active investigation the case was turned over to the Chelan County Prosecutor’s Office.
Doug Shae, the Chelan County Prosecuting Attorney, has released his review of the investigation, which is included below. The SIU concurs with the finding by the Prosecutor and now considers the investigation into the incident closed.
Join us for Lake Chelan Winterfest 2018!
- Written by Olivia Plew, LCCC
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- Take advantage of the new Grand Wine Walk, held in participating stores in downtown Chelan on Saturday, January 13th! Sip and savor delicious reserve wines, poured directly by the winemaker.
- What was formally “Wine Walk” is now known as the Tasting Tent! Enjoy your favorite Lake Chelan wines in the comfort of a large, heated tent!
- You also won’t want to miss the new Lake Chelan Brewers and Distillers Night, held Friday, January 19th in downtown Manson! Let’s celebrate the local brewers, cider makers and distillers who call North Central Washington home!
- Find Tsilly
- Horse Carriage Rides
- Kids Activities
- Ice Bar & Live Music
- Grand Wine Walk & Tasting Tent
- Live Ice Carvings
- Grand Procession & Fireworks
- Polar Bear Splash & Beach Bonfire
- Bubble Bar Sparkling Wine Brunch
- Find Tsilly
- Apple Bin Train Rides
- Kids Activities
- Lake Chelan Brewers and Distillers Night
- Alefest & Bottle Shop
- Alex Zerbe PAC Show
- Live Ice Carvings
- Battle of the Bloody Mary
Washington still leads as #1 Bike Friendly State
- Written by Barb Chamberlain, WSDOT
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OLYMPIA – Pedal power is still strong in Washington as the League of American Bicyclists once again ranks the state as No. 1 “Bicycle Friendly State in America.” Washington has been a leader in the nation for every year since 2008 when the League began its program.
“Our efforts to support bicycling in Washington through our policies and investments is clearly paying off,” said Gov. Jay Inslee. “As a state we have invested in Safe Routes to School for a healthier next generation and in a transportation system that supports safer biking and walking mobility options for Washingtonians. I appreciate the work of our Bicycle Friendly communities, businesses and universities that have all contributed to building active, healthy transportation options.”
Each state is ranked based on its score in five categories: Infrastructure and Funding; Education and Encouragement; Legislation and Enforcement; Policies and Programs; Evaluation and Planning; and, Discretionary Scoring.
“It’s great to once again lead the nation in recognizing that bicycling is an important part of a multimodal transportation system,” said Secretary of Transportation Roger Millar. “We’re committed to providing transportation choices for all users of the system – including people who bike and walk. We have more work to do, but this ranking affirms that we’re on the right path.”
The League credited Washington for passage of its 16-year Connecting Washington funding package, including more than $20 million per year for bicycling and walking projects. It also noted Washington State Department of Transportation’s creation of the new, statewide Active Transportation Division as another reason why the state has retained its spot as a national leader in improving conditions for people who bike and walk.
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