Two residents who were arrested in September have been convicted and sentenced for separate incidents of criminal mischief.

Rayna Blackburn was sentenced Thursday to 30 days in jail and three years probation for slashing car tires in September that included Clatsop County Sheriff’s Office vehicles, according to court documents.

Blackburn, 45, pleaded guilty in Clatsop County Circuit Court to one count of first-degree criminal mischief and has the potential of serving 18 months in prison if her probation is revoked. She will also have to pay $1,132.52 in restitution to the victims.

The Astoria Police Department found and arrested Blackburn on the night of Sept. 21 after being called to the Merrytime Tavern in Astoria where they found several tires slashed. Three more vehicles had damaged tires near McDonald’s. Blackburn was also discovered on video surveillance damaging vehicles in the Clatsop Couny Sheriff’s department’s parking lot.

A plea agreement was reached with the Clatsop County District Attorney’s Office that dismissed additional counts. Blackburn admitted to “intentionally damaging” property worth more than $1,000, according to court documents.

David Dean Killion was also sentenced Thursday to three years probation for criminal trespass, criminal mischief and obstruction.

Killion, 54, was arrested for violating a stalking order and other associated charges in September.

Killion pleaded guilty in July to obstructing governmental or judicial administration, first-degree criminal trespass and third-degree criminal mischief.

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