Whatcom County Jail report for April 29

THE BELLINGHAM HERALDApril 30, 2013 

The Whatcom County Sheriff's Office lists the following people as being booked into the Whatcom County Jail. In many cases, charges have not been filed. Guilt is determined by the courts.

APRIL 29, 2013

Donald Clark Bering, booked by Bellingham Police Department for failure to appear for six counts of second-degree criminal trespassing.

Joshua J. Emley, booked by Bellingham Police Department for failure to appear for possession of fewer than 40 grams of marijuana.

Oak Hannah Schuetz, booked by Washington State Patrol for driving under the influence.

William John Finkbonner, booked by Whatcom County Sheriff's Office for driving with a license suspended in the second degree.

Melanie Rose Stelmach, booked by Whatcom County Sheriff's Office for driving with a license suspended in the third degree and failure to appear for possessing another's ID.

Edward Bernard Warner, booked by Whatcom County Sheriff's Office for driving with a license suspended in the third degree and failure to appear for hit and run of an attended vehicle and three counts of driving with a license suspended in the third degree.

Dawn Marie Garza, booked by Department of Corrections for a department warrant.

Nathan Joseph Hayward, booked by Lummi Nation Police Department for investigation of disobeying a lawful order of court.

Daniel Patrick Meador, booked by Department of Corrections for a department warrant.

Valentino Emanuel Revey III, booked by Lummi Nation Police Department for investigation of driving under the influence.

Marcell Henry Martin, booked by Lummi Nation Police Department for investigation of driving under the influence while boating.

Darryl Robert Christie, booked by Bellingham Police Department for failure to appear for fourth-degree assault.

Jonathan Richard Brouwer, booked by Whatcom County Sheriff's Office for five counts of felony violation of a no-contact order.

Reporter Caleb Hutton compiled this report. Contact him at 360-715-2276.

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