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Deputy Derek Allen was patrolling in Brinnon. He was driving in the area of Schoolhouse Rd and Dosewallips when saw a small Dodge truck being driven by a male later identified as Glen Jones of Brinnon. Deputy Allen observed a minor traffic violation and tried to pull the vehicle over. When Deputy Allen turned on his emergency lights Jones sped away. Jones drove onto the shoulder and made an abrupt U-
Deputy Allen made a U-
Jones still holding the hammer made an attempt to get into patrol car through the open driver’s door. Deputy Allen then ran up and tackled Jones. The two fought for several minutes during which time Jones continued to hold the hammer in his hand.
Because Deputy Allen was in the southern part of the county it took about 19 minutes for assisting deputies and troopers from the WSP arrived to help him.
The suspect was taken to Jefferson Hospital in Port Townsend where he was cleared for booking at the Jefferson County Jail.
Deputy Allen sustained minor injuries.
The case was submitted to the Jefferson County Prosecutors Office for consideration of charges.
During the time Deputy Allen was trying to take Jones into custody he saw several witnessed in the area. These witnesses pulled up to his location while he was in the roadway and stopped. The witnesses either turned around and drove away or maneuvered around his patrol vehicle and continued. The Sheriff’s Office is asking that anyone who witnessed the incident contact the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office. The point of contact is Detective Brett Anglin 360-
At about 0838 hours JCSO units were called to the area of Robinson Rd and Highway 101 in Brinnon to a report of a “male pointing a gun at people driving by”. At about 0910 hours the suspect was found barricaded in a travel trailer. He yelled at deputies from inside the trailer to leave him alone or he would blow their off. The suspect was known to be armed and was refusing to come out of the trailer. Deputies secured the location and requested the SWAT team from WSP respond to assist. Attempts to negotiate with the suspect were unsuccessful and at about 1316 hours deputies heard a single gunshot from inside the trailer. Entry was made to the trailer and the suspect was found deceased likely as the result of a self-
Suspect is identified as William Gaul 57 YOA from Brinnon.
Chief Criminal Deputy
Art Frank firstname.lastname@example.org
During the morning cell openings at approximately 4:43 a.m. on Friday, September 16th, 2016, at the Jefferson County Jail, another inmate observed inmate Thomas Lorecki, Male/Caucasian, age 48, engaged in an attempt to cause harm to himself.
He notified jail staff who undertook intervention and summoned medical aid.
The inmate was transported to Harborview Medical Center for further treatment. In the afternoon of Saturday, September 17th, 2016, the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office was informed by Harborview Medical Center that Mr. Lorecki had passed away.
Next of kin have been notified. An investigation is underway. – Sheriff David Stanko
Deputy B. Turner email@example.com
On the afternoon of June 30, 2016, JCSO Animal Control served a search warrant at a property in the 276000 block of US 101 in the Gardner area. The search warrant was the culmination of a six-
With the assistance from Patrol Deputies, WSP Troopers, and volunteers from Center Valley Animal Shelter (CVAS) and Jefferson County Humane Society, forty-
The animals will be housed locally where they will receive treatment for the unsanitary and harmful conditions. At least one dog removed was noted to have visible injuries.
After completion of the investigation the case will be sent to the Jefferson County Prosecutor for charging against the operator of the facility.
The shoulder of US 101 was closed for several hours Thursday afternoon to aid in the safe removal of the animals.
Deputy B. Turner firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Special olympics torch run
Hi – Thanks so much for hosting the barbecue for the Jefferson Co. Warriors team during the torch run. They all enjoyed the festivities -
A Port Townsend man was arrested on May 11th 2016 for numerous charges including rape of a child, Incest, and child molestation after the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office detectives received information related to his criminal activity.
Haley, who has an additional previous conviction for molestation 2nd degree in 1990, was booked at the Jefferson County Jail where he is currently held on $750,000 bail.
Det. Brett Anglin #12 email@example.com Desk 360-
Bulletin Number: 2016-
47 YEAR OLD MYSTERY RESOLVED
BY JEFFERSON COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE, COLD CASE SQUAD
On June 12, 1968 21 year old David C. Corak, a resident of Tacoma in Pierce County, stopped at the Hamma Hamma Ranger station north of Hoodsport in Mason County and reported that he was going to go camping in the Boulder Creek area. He appeared to have appropriate camping equipment and had a “Tote Goat” to carry his equipment. Other hikers in the area reported seeing Mr. Corak at the Boulder Creek trailhead heading into the national forest.
A few days later an automobile registered to Mr. Corak was found at the Boulder Creek trailhead by Forest Service personnel. Mr. Corak’s wallet and other personal items were found in the vehicle. The Ranger contacted the Mason County Sheriff who in turn contacted Mr. Corak’s family in Tacoma and learned that Mr. Corak had not returned from his camping trip and was missing.
An extensive search in the area was conducted and no trace of Mr. Corak was found.
On October 1, 1975 a group of hikers came across a set of human skeletal remains in an off-
Det. Robert Gebo #V35 firstname.lastname@example.org