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Jeremiah Jackson - Jackson, 24, of Sequim, was charged Sept. 14 with one count each of conspiracy to commit residential burglary, residential burglary and first-degree theft. According to court records, Jackson allegedly plotted with others Aug. 25 to burglarize a Sequim residence on Aug. 29. On Sept. 12, sheriff's deputies searched Jackson's home and found the safe stolen in the Aug. 29 burglary, court records stated. His trial date was set for Dec. 9 and his next court appearance is set for Nov. 12.



Thomas Henry Ellison - Ellison, 22, of Sequim, was charged Sept. 16 with one count each of conspiracy to commit residential burglary and possession with intent to manufacture or deliver a controlled substance. According to court records, Ellison was arrested Sept. 12 in connection with an Aug. 29 burglary of a Sequim residence. Deputies searched his home and found items stolen during the burglary, court records state. The drug charges stem from OxyContin and methadone tablets allegedly found during a search of Ellison's car that was stopped following the burglary. Arraignment was set for Sept. 25.



Karyn Nicole Prouty - Prouty, 22, of Sequim, was charged Sept. 16 with one count each of conspiracy to commit residential burglary, residential burglary, first-degree theft and possession with intent to manufacture or deliver a controlled substance. According to court records, Prouty allegedly plotted with others on Aug. 25 to rob a Sequim residence on Aug. 29. She was arrested Sept. 12 and allegedly confessed to deputies that she was the lookout for the burglary and provided the pickup truck to transport a stolen safe. The drug charges stem from OxyContin and methadone tablets allegedly found during a search of a car in which she was a passenger that was stopped following the burglary. Arraignment was set for Sept. 25.



Molly Rose Kruckenberg - Kruckenberg, 28, of Sequim, was charged Sept. 16 with one count of second-degree unlawful possession of a firearm. According to court records, Kruckenberg allegedly was found with a rifle during a traffic stop on Sept. 13.



Melissa A. Macias - Macias, 36, of Sequim, was charged Sept. 15 with one count each of second-degree identity theft and forgery. According to court records, Macias allegedly made more than $1,200 in fraudulent charges on another person's credit card between May 21 and July 27.



Shaun Patrick Reese - Reese, 25, transient, was sentenced Sept. 17 on one count of attempting to elude a police vehicle and one count of third-degree theft. He was sentenced to three months on both counts to run concurrently with 30 days converted to 240 hours community service and $1,650 in fines and court costs. Two other counts were dismissed and no probation was imposed.





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