On 02/18/18 at approximately 1:00 AM Douglas County Deputies were called to a report of a trespass at an apartment complex located at the 1200 Blk. of Fairview in Bridgeport, WA. Deputies arrived and were pointed to a laundry room used by tenants. They observed a ladder leading up to a crawl space where they could hear talking. The Deputies ordered the persons out, and after a short time they complied. The suspects were identified as 31 year old Antonio Infante of Brewster. The second person was identified as 21 year old Erin Phillips of Tonasket. They were not tenants and did not have permission to be on the property. Both were arrested for Trespass 1st degree, but were released at the scene with a criminal citation.
On 02/16/18 at approximately 12:30 AM a Douglas County Deputy was on routine patrol in the area of Sunset Hwy. at the 1100 Blk. He observed a vehicle cross over the centerline then jerk back in within the lane. The Deputy turned on his emergency lights. The vehicle pulled to the side of the road. As the Deputy prepared to contact the driver, she inadvertently popped the trunk open. The female driver smelled of alcoholic beverages and performed poorly on the field sobriety tests. The driver, a 26 year old East Wenatchee resident, was arrested for DUI and transported to the Chelan County Jail without incident.
On 02/18/18 at approximately 8:00 AM Douglas County Deputies and Brewster Police responded to a report of gunshots in the area of the 1200 Blk of Douglas. A Deputy was searching the area on foot when he heard the engine of a vehicle being revved. He waved the vehicle down and contacted the driver, 29 year old Francisco Lorenzano-Basurto of Bridgeport. The Deputy spotted a Smith and Wesson 9mm lying in the seat. The slide was locked back and the magazine was empty. The serial number had been altered. Lorenzano-Basurto was placed under arrest and a second empty magazine was found in his coat pocket. The suspect said the gun was not his but could not recall the name of the owner. The subject was also found to be DUI. He was arrested and booked at the Okanogan County Jail for DUI. The case was forwarded to the prosecutor for consideration of weapons charges.
On 02/18/18 at approximately 9:30 PM Douglas County Deputies went to a residence at the 700 Blk. of Fairview to search for a wanted person, 24 year old Derrick Charley of Omak. A female at the residence stated she had not seen him in hours, but when a Deputy called out his name, he appeared from a back room. He was arrested without incident for a DOC warrant for escape from community custody. Charley was transported to the Okanogan County Jail and booked on the warrant.