Clallam County Superior Court

Trevor Gallauher - Gallauher, 29, of Sequim, was charged Nov. 5 with two counts of theft in the first degree. Sometime between September and October, Gallauher gained access to a building adjacent to the one he was renting, which he was not allowed to do per landlord instructions. According to a report from his landlord, Gallauher entered the structure and stole $2,500 worth of tools and furniture.

Melissa Macias - Macias, 35, of Sequim, was charged Nov. 5 with two counts with making or uttering a forged prescription, two counts of obtaining a controlled substance by forged or altered prescription and one count of first-degree criminal impersonation. Sequim Police arrested Macias for allegedly obtaining 270 methadone and 60 Percocet pills through illegal means at a Sequim pharmacy on Oct. 16. Officers collected surveillance footage of a suspect fitting the description of Macias obtaining the drugs. When Macias was arrested for the alleged crime, she refused to comment.

David Williams - Williams, 50, of Sequim, saw his case dismissed out of Clallam County Superior Court Nov. 6. The case was dismissed with prejudice, which means the charges of delivery of marijuana and use of paraphernalia cannot be brought against him again in court.

Justin Cox - Cox, 20, of Sequim, was sentenced Nov. 5 to one year in jail and $200 in fines for the charges of possessing stolen property in the third degree and assault in the fourth degree, both gross misdemeanors. Cox received credit for 60 days already served in jail and the remaining 305 days will be suspended for two years if he remains compliant with court orders.

On Sept. 1, Sequim Police officers responded to a reported domestic dispute near the 100 block of South Rhodefer Road. A neighbor to the incident reported to the officers that he watched a man fitting Cox's description spitting on a woman after hearing an altercation between the pair. When Cox saw officers responding, he allegedly ran away. An officer caught Cox after pursuing him on foot. During a search incident to arrest, the officer found a black hand-held radio and a backpack that Cox hand shared with another man. In the backpack were several more items, including a global positioning system device, which had been reported stolen.

Jason Carter - Carter, 24, of Sequim, was sentenced Nov. 5 to three months of confinement and $1,165 in fines for the charge of taking a motor vehicle in the second degree, a class C felony. Restitution is to be determined. On June 22, Carter allegedly was seen driving a stolen minivan on Towne Road. The plates on the van were registered to a motor home, so officers conducted a traffic stop. Reports indicate Wilson allegedly had stolen the vehicle from a church parking lot.

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