Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office

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

During the weeks of January 30th 2017 through February 13th 2017 JCSO responded to 527 calls for service. A breakdown of some of these calls for service are as follows:

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Press Log: Weeks 01-30-2017 through 02-13-2017     Monday, February 13, 2017  

Det. Brett Anglin #12 banglin@co.jefferson.wa.us
Desk 360-344-9762

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


01-31-2017 @ 3:29 pm Incident # 2017-1043

Deputies responded to a Port Hadlock restaurant where it was reported that three occupants of a vehicle appeared to be passed out. Deputies made contact with the individuals and eventually noted that one of the passengers had a hypodermic syringe with suspected heroin on him. A later search warrant was conducted on the vehicle and 5.28 grams of heroin was located. One of the occupants was subsequently arrested while another is still being sought. The heroin has an estimated street value of $950.00.

 

02-06-2017 @ 10:05 pm Incident # 2017-1254

A deputy was monitoring traffic near the Chevron Gas station in Chimacum when he recognized a subject with an outstanding Department of Corrections warrant for his arrest. The deputy noted that the suspect entered a car and drove north on Chimacum Road. The deputy stopped the driver near Evergreen Storage and advised the driver that he was under arrest. The driver accelerated away at speeds over 100 MPH and attempted to navigate the corner near Irondale at Matheson at speeds near 85mph. The driver lost control of the vehicle and struck a large tree, uprooting it.

The driver fled into a nearby wooded area and was soon apprehended. A search warrant was conducted of his vehicle and approximately 46 grams of methamphetamine and 13 grams of heroin was located. The estimated street price of the drugs is $5100.00


02-08-2017 @ 12:19 pm Incident # 2017-1310

Deputies were dispatched to a one-vehicle rollover collision at the 1500 block of Teal Lake Road. Upon arrival, deputies noticed that the vehicle was a propane delivery truck and was actively leaking propane. The roadway was closed for several hours while the vehicle was rendered safe. The driver sustained minor injuries from the collision.


02-08-2017 @ 7:50 pm Incident # 2017-1322

Deputies and detectives contacted a subject at his residence who was believed to have been involved in the sales of methamphetamine. The subject consented to a search of his home where methamphetamine and heroin were located. The man was booked at the JCSO jail for possession of methamphetamine and possession of heroin.


02-09-2017 @ 4:34 pm Incident # 2017-1364

Deputies responded to a Quilcene address in regards to a report of a domestic incident. Deputies arrived to find a vehicle with a shattered driver’s door window. While speaking with the parties, deputies learned that the window was damaged during the argument while one party was closing the door and the other party was attempting to pull it open. The parties were separated for the evening and charges were forwarded to the prosecutor.


02-10-2017 @ 12:03 pm Incident # 2017-1398

Deputies responded to the Old Alcohol Plant where it was reported that one of the occupants was instructed to leave after not upholding the rules of the establishment. The subject was contacted by deputies and issued him a trespass warning.

 

02-11-2017 @ 2:19 pm Incident # 2017-1454

A Port Hadlock resident reported that her 1997 Ford Explorer was stolen from her driveway during the night. The resident advised that the vehicle was parked in her driveway upon going to bed and awoke to find it missing. The vehicle was entered into a nationwide database as stolen.


02-12-2017 @ 12:40 pm Incident # 2017-1482

A Marrowstone resident reported seeing a possible lifeboat in the area near the end of Hoyt Road and approximately ¼ mile off shore. The object was described as being 8’x3’ in size. Crews were dispatched to the area and determined that the item to be a large chunk of Styrofoam.