Whatcom County Jail report for Nov. 6

THE BELLINGHAM HERALDNovember 7, 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.

Nov. 6, 2013

Rachael Gonzalez, booked by Whatcom County Sheriff's Office for failure to appear for possession of a controlled substance.

Brittany Danielle E. Lawrence, booked by Bellingham Police Department for failure to appear for fourth-degree assault and failure to appear for fourth-degree assault and violating a no-contact order.

Jeremy M. Evans, booked by Bellingham Police Department for fourth-degree domestic violence assault.

Myles Vaughn Pajnogac, booked by Bellingham Police Department for failure to appear for driving with a third-degree suspended license.

Joseph Todd Mcgraw, booked by Whatcom County Sheriff's Office for investigation of first-degree child molestation.

Matthew Allen Osness, booked by Department of Corrections for a department warrant.

Dawn Marie Garza, booked by Whatcom County Sheriff's Office for failure to appear for possession of a controlled substance.

Samuel W. Cornish, booked by Department of Corrections for a department warrant.

Bradley Allen King, booked by Blaine Police Department for a third-degree domestic violence malicious mischief hold.

Hipolito Morado Jr., booked by Everson Police Department for failure to appear for two counts of second-degree vehicle prowl.

Miranda Rose Neufeld, booked by Washington State Patrol for driving with a third-degree suspended license.

Jacob Lloyd Orcutt, booked by Bellingham Police Department for investigation of second-degree robbery, second-degree identity theft and third-degree theft.

David Lee Frizzell, booked by Whatcom County Sheriff's Office for domestic violence harassment.

Joshua Ray Lundgren, booked by Western Washington University Police Department for failure to appear for driving under the influence.

Reporter Samantha Wohlfeil compiled this report. Contact her at 360-756-2803.

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