Whatcom County Jail log for Jan. 27

THE BELLINGHAM HERALDJanuary 28, 2014 

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.

JAN. 27, 2014

Jesse Michael Trent, booked by the Whatcom County Sheriff's Office for second- and fourth-degree assault.

Lucille Jennifer Brueggemann, booked by the Whatcom County Sheriff's Office for shoplifting.

Arlan Wendel Tobey, booked by the Lummi Nation Police Department for driving under the influence.

Miguel Angel Vieyra-Medina, booked by the Whatcom County Sheriff's Office for failure to appear for first-degree negligent driving and fourth-degree assault.

Fernando Ramirez, booked by the Whatcom County Sheriff's Office for first-degree driving with a suspended license and fourth-degree assault.

Bruce McClure Graham, booked by the Bellingham Police Department for first-degree criminal trespassing and disorderly conduct.

Mariah Lee Reitz, booked by the Whatcom County Sheriff's Office for a probation violation.

Theodore Aaron Keyes, booked by the Whatcom County Sheriff's Office for first-degree criminal trespassing.

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

Jeffrey Stephen Treat, booked by the Bellingham Police Department for a drug violation and second-degree theft.

James Ronald Nettles, booked by the Whatcom County Sheriff's Office for driving under the influence.

Danielle Nichole Coakley, booked by the Bellingham Police Department for third-degree driving with a suspended license and drug possession with intent to deliver.

Sheila Dawn Dietz, booked by the Bellingham Police Department for third-degree theft and failure to appear for felony harassment.

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

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