Whatcom County Jail log for Aug. 14

THE BELLINGHAM HERALDAugust 15, 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.

Aug. 14, 2013

Raynee Len Chesson, booked by the Bellingham Police Department for investigation of three counts of third-degree assault.

Ian Tyler Mead, booked by the Whatcom County Sheriff's Office for investigation of residential burglary, domestic violence, and first-degree theft.

Steven Damon Smith, booked by the Bellingham Police Department for investigation of methamphetamine possession and failure to appear for two counts of first-degree assault.

Jessica Bishop, booked by the Bellingham Police Department for investigation of second-degree child molestation.

Dalton E. Eberlein, booked by the Department of Corrections for a department hold.

Tsun Tang, booked by the Whatcom County Sheriff's Office for a U.S. Marshals Service hold.

Andre Acosta-Ruiz, booked by the Lynden Police Department for failure to appear for second-degree rape of a child and child molestation.

Richard Jay Sanders, booked by the Department of Corrections for a department hold.

Ethan A. Jankowski, booked by the Lynden Police Department for fourth-degree assault, second-degree trespassing and investigation of second-degree burglary.

Brandon James Heay, booked by the Whatcom County Sheriff's Office for failure to appear for third-degree driving with a suspended license.

James Allen Howard, booked on a bail bond for failure to appear for second-degree driving with a suspended license and driving without an ignition interlock.

Adrian Kent Vargas, booked by the Lynden Police Department for investigation of third-degree assault.

This report was compiled by reporter Zoe Fraley. Reach her at 360-756-2803 or zoe.fraley@bellinghamherald.com.

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