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Christopher Conrardy - Conrardy, 25, of Sequim, was charged Feb. 6 with first-degree burglary and two counts of fourth-degree assault.

According to Clallam County Sheriff's Office reports, Conrardy forced his way into a Sequim residence Feb. 5 and assaulted the occupants.

Deputies arrested Conrardy later the same day and booked him into the Clallam County Correctional Facility. He is scheduled to appear for arraignment.



Michael Slezak - Slezak, 24, of Sequim, was sentenced to 30 days confinement and $3,144 in fines and restitution for the charge of possession with intent to manufacture or deliver marijuana, a class C felony.

The judge allowed Slezak to serve his time through electronic home detention monitoring.

On Nov. 20, a Sequim Police officer stopped a vehicle without a functioning license plate light. The officer reported a strong odor of marijuana in the vehicle and arrested a passenger who allegedly admitted to being in possession of the drug, saying he purchased two bags of marijuana from Slezak.

Another Sequim Police officer stopped Slezak later and detected the strong odor of marijuana from his vehicle.

The officer applied for a search warrant and found 36 grams of marijuana in Slezak's vehicle. About 100 grams of the drug was found after a later search of his home.



Allison Seamands - Seamands, 36, of Sequim, entered into a diversion agreement on Feb. 11. If Seamands complies with the conditions of the agreement, the charge of forgery will be dropped.

She had been accused of forging 18 checks, taking roughly $620 from her daughter's bank account.

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