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DOC early releases include dozens that are local

Following the Department of Corrections announcement that they are planning for the transfer of incarcerated individuals back to their communities, a list of which communities the individuals are from was released.

A large number of  incarcerated individuals were listed for  commutation (pdf), specific to those in custody whose judgment and sentences include only non-violent offenses or drug or alcohol offenses and whose projected release date is prior to or on June 29, 2020. 

On that list, 10 individuals are from Grays Harbor and 2 are from Pacific County.

Name DOC Number Most Serious Crime County of Origin Date Released to the Community
Barajas, Adam Gerardo 316656 Burglary 2 GRAYS HARBOR Unavailable at this time
Berkey, Cody Lee 876947 Manufacture, Deliver, or Possess with Intent to Deliver Narcotics from in Schedule I or II which is a narcotic drug or flunitrazepam GRAYS HARBOR Unavailable at this time
Brooks, Michelle Lee 376304 Possession of Controlled Substance GRAYS HARBOR Unavailable at this time
Goings, Sean Paul 880299 Possession of Controlled Substance GRAYS HARBOR Unavailable at this time
Marquez, Jorge Antonio 420319 Possession of a Stolen Vehicle GRAYS HARBOR Unavailable at this time
Mathis, Alisha Gabrielle 349962 Possession of Controlled Substance GRAYS HARBOR Unavailable at this time
Nash, Jerry Alan 320989 Hit and Run – Injury GRAYS HARBOR Unavailable at this time
Walkup, Delson Rex 357024 Burglary 2 GRAYS HARBOR Unavailable at this time
Wambolt, Heather Ann 372491 Burglary 2 GRAYS HARBOR Unavailable at this time
Worden, Tylor James 399230 Delivery or Possession with Intent to Deliver Amphetamine, including its salts, isomers, and salts of isomers, or methamphetamine, including its salts, isomers, and salts of isomers GRAYS HARBOR Unavailable at this time
Bean, Jeffrey B III 400201 Forgery PACIFIC Unavailable at this time
Nickell, Jimmy L Jr. 738943 Possession of Controlled Substance PACIFIC Unavailable at this time

In addition to the Governor’s commutation, based on Governor’s Proclamation 20-50 Reducing Prison Population (pdf), Secretary Sinclair announced that he will take additional measures to provide more physical distancing.

The Rapid Reentry program (pdf) allows incarcerated individuals an opportunity to serve an expanded portion of their sentence of confinement in the community on electronic monitoring (up to six months). Individuals are subject to their conditions of supervision and, if they violate those conditions, could be returned to confinement. Individuals are included who meet the Centers for Disease Control guidelines of those at higher risk for health complications related to COVID-19.

For the Rapid Reentry, 16 individuals are from Grays Harbor and 5 are from Pacific County.

Name DOC Number  Most Serious Crime  County of Origin  Date Transferred to the Community
Arnett, Brandon Eugene 413134 Possession of Controlled Substance GRAYS HARBOR
Bryan, Brandon Timothy 341149 Possession of Controlled Substance GRAYS HARBOR
Cook, Christopher Paul 307355 Burglary 2 GRAYS HARBOR
Cozzutto, Nathaniel Paul 421074 Delivery or Possession with Intent to Deliver Amphetamine, including its salts, isomers, and salts of isomers, or methamphetamine, including its salts, isomers, and salts of isomers GRAYS HARBOR
Embry, Helmut Friederich 419125 Manufacture, Deliver, or Possess with Intent to Deliver Narcotics from in Schedule I or II which is a narcotic drug or flunitrazepam GRAYS HARBOR
Francis, Dennis Duaine Jr. 892075 Driving Under the Influence of Intoxicating Liquor or Drug (3 or more priors within 10 years) GRAYS HARBOR
Gilstrap, Casey Lee 809288 Burglary 2 GRAYS HARBOR
Jerome, Chiman Walks Far 349110 Manufacture, Deliver, or Possess with Intent to Deliver Narcotics from in Schedule I or II which is a narcotic drug or flunitrazepam GRAYS HARBOR
Keith, Rian Floyd 842685 Over 18 and Deliver to Someone Under 18 and 3 Years Junior GRAYS HARBOR
Le Normand, Donald Lawerence Pat 894363 Possession of Controlled Substance GRAYS HARBOR
Pugadelarosa, Rigoberto 351714 Unlawful Possession of a Firearm 1 GRAYS HARBOR
Rockwell, Kevin Richard 367367 Burglary 2 GRAYS HARBOR
Russell, Larry Eugene 384501 Possession of Controlled Substance GRAYS HARBOR
Smith, Thomas Gregory Leonard 344841 Theft of Motor Vehicle GRAYS HARBOR
Tisler, Nicole Realynn 418306 Manufacture, Deliver, or Possess with Intent to Deliver Narcotics from in Schedule I or II which is a narcotic drug or flunitrazepam GRAYS HARBOR
Winkler, Keith Edward 413903 Possession of Stolen Property 2 GRAYS HARBOR
Chandler, Jason Raymond  392125  Taking motor vehicle without permission 2 PACIFIC
Devore, Corey W  406523  Possession of Controlled Substance PACIFIC
Husted, Angela Marie  880674  Possession of Controlled Substance PACIFIC
Lombardo, Nicole L  388855  Possession of Controlled Substance PACIFIC
Tipler, Tegan A  416981  Delivery or Possession with Intent to Deliver Amphetamine, including its salts, isomers, and salts of isomers, or methamphetamine, including its salts, isomers, and salts of isomers PACIFIC

By the statutory furlough authority granted to Secretary Sinclair, he will be granting emergency furloughs (pdf) to those incarcerated individuals in work release settings, as established through careful legal advisement and statutory reviews. Furlough means an authorized leave of absence for an eligible individual, without any requirement that the individual be accompanied by, or be in the custody of, any corrections official while on such leave. Furloughed individuals are subject to their conditions of furlough and, if they violate those conditions, could be returned to confinement.

 

On April 15, 2020, Governor Inslee issued an emergency commutation (pdf) to allow for the release of incarcerated individuals.

The recent order authorizes their transfer from confinement within seven days, or as soon as can be reasonably achieved thereafter. 

The DOC says that the goal in transferring a limited number of individuals to the community is to provide more physical distancing within the state’s correctional facilities.


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