Raymond Police arrested Mattias Joshua Ganino, 30, of Raymond for child molestation in the first degree. Ganino was arrested Sunday night and booked into Pacific County Jail.
Andrew Carey was arraigned in Pacific County Superior Court on charges of second-degree assault and residential burglary following his entry into a Raymond home along with his brother and father. The action took place Friday afternoon in front of Judge Michael Sullivan.
Also Friday, Tricia Marie Gill, 29, who was somewhat of a basketball standout in the south part of the county, appeared in Superior Court for revocation of her drug offender sentencing alternative whereby she aborted treatment. Gill was arrested January 15 and has been in jail since then. Gill was remanded to complete her sentence and removed from the sentencing alternative.
Serettuth Yean, 34, was sentenced for trafficking stolen property and jumping bail. Yean was sentenced to four years and one month in prison.
Kurt Kaino pleaded guilty to tampering with a witness and six counts of malicious mischief Feb. 8. Kaino was arrested for slashed the tires of Long Beach Police Department vehicles. The plea agreement will result in Mr. Kaino’s plea agreement sentenced to two years and five months in prison and one year of community custody
According to one source in the prosecutor’s office Kaino, apparently was frustrated with the Long Beach Police Department’s decision not to give him a ride to his disabled vehicle, which was stuck in the sand at the beach, and was frustrated over three officer’s arresting him for violations of a no contact order, and then waged a several-month attack on the officer’s vehicles, including tampering with them while the vehicle were parked at the officer’s homes and one while the officer was on duty.
Ronald Jonderward was sentenced for his third failure to register as a sex offender. Jonderward’s plea agreement gives him one year and five months in prison.
Matthew Pearson pleaded guilty to possession of methamphetamine with an agreed sentence of one year in prison and one year of community custody whereby he will be required to complete a drug evaluation and treatment.
In other recent arrests, Kevin Knutinen, 46, was arrested by the State Patrol for DUI and an outstanding warrant for failure to comply. Knutinen was ordered held for another agency and his bail was set at $10,000.
Robin Paul Lavin, 47, was arrested by the Sheriff’s Office for trafficking stolen property.
Mitchell R. Mullins, 18, was popped by Raymond Police for possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, which is a felony.
Jerad Vert, 27, was arrested by county deputies for possession of a controlled substance without a prescription and possession of drug paraphernalia.