Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office

County Seat - Port Townsend, WA - Dave Stanko, Sheriff

May 15, 2017 through May 22, 2017 the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office responded to 330 calls for service. A breakdown of some of these calls for service are as follows:

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Press Log: Weeks 5-15-2017 through 5-22-2017           Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Det. Joe Nole #19
Desk 360-344-9747

5/16/2017 @ 11:18 am, Incident #2017-5258

An Irondale resident reported that their Irondale residence may have been burglarized. When the victim pulled into their driveway they observed an adult male run from their yard. Deputies responded to the scene and found that the shed had been broken into. The residence appeared to have not been entered. The case is under investigation.


5/17/2017 @ 9:35 am, Incident #2017-5293

A Sheriff’s Deputy responded to the Paradise Road area in Port Ludlow for a report of a possible drug overdose. The reporting person stated that an adult female was unconscious and her lips were turning blue. CPR was started and when Port Ludlow Medics arrived on scene the victim had a pulse, but was not breathing. The victim was revived and medics determined it was a heroin overdose.


5/17/2017 @ 11:34 pm, Incident #2017-5328

The Sheriff’s Office received a Burglary report from the Brinnon area in which a home owner returned home to find that their trailer door was open and the lights were on. Their out-building had also been ransacked. Some tools and electronic equipment were reported missing. The case is under investigation.

5/19/2017 @ 1:32 pm, Incident #2017-5386

The Sheriff’s Office received report of a personal bank check in the amount of $1360.00 found in a book at the Jefferson County Library. A deputy recovered the check and contacted the owner.


5/20/17 @ 5:13 pm, Incident #2017-5460

A Sheriff’s Deputy responded to the 2nd Street area of South Discovery Road for a Harassment complaint in which the landlord was on a tractor honking a loud bicycle horn in front of one of his tenant’s residence. The tenant also reported that they have had no water or power for the past two months. When the deputy contacted the landlord he instructed him to stop honking the bicycle horn, but the landlord continued to honk the horn. The deputy had probable cause to believe the landlord was intoxicated and the landlord was subsequently arrested for DUI and Harassment.

5/21/2017 @ 7:08 am, Incident #2017-5481

The Sheriff’s Office received a Noise Complaint from a Port Hadlock resident who reported that their neighbor was using a Weed Eater. When the deputy arrived to investigate the Weed Eater was GOA (Gone on Arrival).

The above incidents are not all encompassing
and represent a portion of incidents the JCSO has responded to

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