Clallam County Superior Court

Amanda Signes - Signes, 21, of Port Angeles, was charged Dec. 26 with trafficking in stolen property in the first degree, organized retail theft in the second degree and theft in the third degree. The Clallam County Sheriff's Office reports Big 5 Sporting Goods allegedly caught an employee, Signes, knowingly undercharging customers and stealing goods for herself. Big 5 reported $1,345.89 stolen.

Brent Walton - Walton, 18, of Sequim, was charged Dec. 31 with possession with intent to deliver marijuana, minor in possession of alcohol and driving with a suspended license. On Dec. 28, Sequim Police performed a traffic stop on a vehicle with an expired vehicle license tab. After contacting the driver, Walton, the officer found he had no valid license to drive and arrested him. Upon a search incident to Walton's arrest, officers found several baggies of suspected marijuana, an electronic scale and an 18-pack of beer.

Nathaniel Wilber - Wilber, 22, of Sequim, was charged Dec. 31 with theft in the second degree. The Clallam County Sheriff's Office reports Big 5 Sporting Goods caught an employee stealing items from the store and had his wife return the items at a separate Big 5 for store credit. The worth of the stolen items was $370.

Joshua Page - Page, 31, of Sequim, was sentenced Dec. 30 to four months of partial confinement and $1,808 in fines for the charge of vehicular assault, disregard for the safety of others, a class B felony. Restitution is to be determined. On June 28, Page allegedly drove his vehicle on U.S. Forest Service Road 2870 while under the influence of intoxicants. He reportedly lost control of his vehicle and crashed into a tree, critically injuring his stepfather.

Joshua Reed - Reed, 29, of Sequim, saw his case dismissed from Clallam County Superior Court. The case was dismissed with prejudice, meaning it cannot be brought to court again, due to a recanting witness. Reed previously faced charges of vehicle prowling, two counts of forgery and two counts of theft in the first degree.

Jayna Morgan - Morgan, 29, of Sequim, saw her case dismissed from Clallam County Superior Court Dec. 29. The case was dismissed with prejudice due to an agreement in a separate court for a diversion program. Morgan previously faced the charges of assault in the second degree and violation of a foreign protection order.

David Gauthun - Gauthun, 40, of Sequim, entered into a pre-trial diversion agreement with the court. If he meets the conditions of the agreement, his case will be dismissed from the court completely. Gauthun previously faced the charge of assault in the third degree. On July 26, Gauthun allegedly assaulted a Clallam County Sheriff's deputy who was assisting with a marine patrol in the Strait of Juan de Fuca.

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