Crime

Whatcom County Jail report for July 15

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

July 15, 2015

Carlos Javier Abitia, booked by Bellingham Police Department for failure to appear for both second- and first-degree criminal trespass.

Jeremy Alfredo Alvarado, booked by an agency outside Whatcom County for third-degree theft and failure to appear for fourth-degree assault.

Brian Matthew Burton, booked by an agency outside Whatcom County for attempting to elude a police vehicle; manufacture, delivery or possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell; and fourth-degree assault.

Kaylee Elizabeth Dawson, booked by Bellingham Police Department for a controlled substance violation, third-degree theft, first-degree criminal impersonation, second-degree escape and failure to appear for second-degree identity theft.

Andres Noe Rodriguez Garza, booked by Department of Corrections for a swift and certain warrant.

Sylvia Violet Jefferson, booked by Bellingham Police Department for failure to appear for fourth-degree assault.

Robert Quilley Johnson, booked by Whatcom County Sheriff’s Office for fourth-degree assault and shoplifting.

Brett Christopher Mann, booked by Department of Corrections for a swift and certain warrant.

Brian P. McGonigal, booked by Western Washington University Police for third-degree driving with a suspended license, second-degree possession of stolen property and forgery.

Matthew Chandler Plowman, booked by Bellingham Police Department for first-degree burglary.

Josefina Rodriguez-Flores, booked by an agency outside Whatcom County for third-degree retail theft with extenuating circumstances.

Gregory Frank Studd, booked by Department of Corrections for a department detainer.

Debra Jane Vasica, booked by Bellingham Police Department for fourth-degree assault.

Isaiah Johnathan White, booked by Whatcom County Sheriff’s Office for third- and second-degree malicious mischief.

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