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Tabitha Marie Anderson, 29, Sequim, was charged March 30 with one count of possession of a synthetic narcotic. After being arrested on a warrant on March 26, she allegedly was found with Hydrocodone and Methocarbamol in her purse.



Serena Michelle Rodriguez, 44, Port Angeles, was charged March 25 with three counts of first-degree theft, one count of second-degree theft and one count of money laundering. According to court records, while employed as an escrow manager at a

Sequim business, she allegedly wrote unauthorized business checks between September 2006 and October 2007, removed $50,000 from an escrow account and tried to conceal the missing money.



Ryan Weeks, 25, Sequim, was charged March 30 with one count of second-degree attempted assault, one count of first-degree attempted malicious mischief and one count of intimidating a public servant. According to court records, he allegedly choked someone outside a Sequim restaurant. When en route to the jail, Weeks tried several times to break out the police car's rear window, requiring the officer to stop three times and finally request backup.



Christopher Ray Zendejas, 22, address unknown, was charged March 26 with one count of forgery. According to court records, he allegedly bought food at a Sequim restaurant with a forged check on March 4.



Lori Barbieri, 38, Sequim had a charge of intimidating a witness dismissed on March 4.



James Henderson, 19, of Kent, was sentenced March 24 to two months in jail following conviction on one count of theft of a firearm. He and an accomplice allegedly stole a handgun from a vehicle parked on the 100 block of West Washington Street. A witness recognized the driver of the vehicle Henderson allegedly entered and gave Sequim Police the information.

The driver was contacted by Elwha Police and admitted being the driver but said two men had stolen the gun, one of whom allegedly was Henderson. Officers arrested the pair in Port Angeles and executed a search warrant at their residence, which turned up the Sequim firearm, a second stolen gun and a variety of drugs.



Rodney C. Price, 31,

Sequim, was charged March 30 with one count of unlawful imprisonment, one count of assault in violation of a protection order, one count of interfering with reporting of domestic violence and one count of third-degree malicious mischief.

According to court records, he allegedly assaulted his wife, prevented her from driving away and prevented her from calling police on March 27, 2009, in violation of a restraining order issued Aug. 21, 2008.



Brent Walton, 18, Sequim, was sentenced April 2 to 90 days in jail with credit for one day and 89 days suspended on a charge of minor in possession of alcohol.

He also was sentenced on a charge of possession with intent to deliver marijuana to 365 days in jail with 335 days suspended and 30 days converted to electronic home monitoring, $1,050 in fines and court costs and 24 months of community custody. A charge of driving with a suspended license was dismissed.



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