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Police blotter

Sequim

Police Department

Monday Oct. 26

9:59 a.m. - Mail box reportedly stolen on the 200 block of West Prairie Street.

10:59 a.m. - Attempted break-in reported on the 300 block of East Washington Street.

Tuesday Oct. 27

8:25 a.m. - Truck and landscape trailer reportedly stolen overnight on the 600 block of West Prairie Street.

1:06 p.m. - Purse reportedly stolen on the 600 block of West Washington Street.

8:08 p.m. - Vehicle reportedly keyed and lock reportedly damaged on the 600 block of North Sequim Avenue.

Wednesday Oct. 28

3:33 p.m. - Two bicycles reportedly stolen on the 100 block of East Maple Street.

Sunday Nov. 1

1:09 a.m. - Trespassers reportedly on property on the 4200 block of Happy Valley Road.

7:51 a.m. - Windows reportedly broken in new construction on 1400 block of East Washington Street.

9:26 a.m. - Rocks reportedly tossed off overpass on the 900 block of South Third Avenue.



Clallam County

Sheriff's Office

Tuesday Oct. 27

12:32 p.m. - Vandalism reported to mail box on the 1000 block of Olson Road.

Wednesday Oct. 28

8:08 a.m. - Vehicle reportedly stolen during the night on the 100 block of Hurricane Ridge Drive.

1:17 p.m. - Tools reportedly stolen from shop on 1100 block of West Alder Court.

Thursday Oct. 29

6:51 a.m. - House reportedly broken into on the 300 block of Community Lane.

2:14 p.m. - Nail reportedly in a tire near the 100 block of Elizabeth Lane.

Friday Oct. 30

8:03 a.m. - Trespassers reported on the 1000 block of Old Olympic Highway.

10:51 a.m. - Items reported stolen on the 1500 block of Freshwater Bay Road.

1:12 p.m. - Trespasser reported on the 100 block of East Nelson Road.

Saturday Oct. 31

10 p.m. - A car prowl was reported on the 100 block of Wilcox Lane.



Clallam County Superior Court



Bryan Lee Constant - Constant, 23, Sequim, was sentenced Oct. 29 on one count of first-degree malicious mischief (physical damage in excess of $5,000). He will serve six months in jail with 30 days converted to 240 hours community service and pay $1,150 in fines and court costs with restitution to be determined. He also is prohibited from contacting the victim or coming within 100 feet of his home, work place or school.

Constant and six others stole a safe containing several thousand dollars from a Sequim home on Sept. 4. Constant originally was charged Sept. 8 with one count each residential burglary and first-degree attempted theft.



Kerry Devin Gamble - Gamble, 50, Sequim, had an amended charge of third-degree assault (criminal negligence and substantial pain) filed against him on Oct. 29. He had faced sentencing on one count of second-degree assault.

According to court records, Gamble allegedly hit a neighbor in the head with a mostly full two liter wine bottle.



Thomas Henry Ellison - Ellison, 22, Sequim, had amended charges filed against him Oct. 30 on one count each conspiracy to commit residential burglary and possession with intent to manufacture and deliver a controlled substance.

According to court records, on Aug. 25 Ellison discussed burglarizing a Sequim residence with several people. The drug charge stems from being caught with OxyContin when arrested for the burglary on Sept. 12.



The older of two Sequim teenage brothers arrested in January 2009 will stand trial in juvenile court along with his younger brother following an Oct. 27 ruling. The trial is set to begin Dec. 21.

The juvenile males were arrested Jan. 29 based on allegations of incest and rape that reportedly took place in their Sequim home.

On Feb. 17, 2009, deputy prosecuting attorney Tracey Lassus moved to have the 15- and 16-year-old Sequim males tried as adults.

The 15-year-old faces one count of first-degree incest and three counts of first degree rape of a child.

The 16-year-old faces one count of first-degree incest and two counts of first-degree rape of a child.



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