Law enforcement personnel are looking for Justy Jean Davidson of Friday Harbor. She is suspected of stabbing her boyfriend this morning in Friday Harbor. The 28-year-old woman is 5’ 02” tall, weighs 130 lbs and has brown hair and hazel eyes.
Deputies in San Juan Islands responded to 161 calls between March 6-12, 2019 including: A Lopez Island deputy was called to a citizen dispute over beach access. A homeowner challenged people walking the beach who had ignored a county parks sign at Otis Perkins Park that says beach and tidelands to the south beyond the sign are private property. A Lopez resident reported Medicare fraud.
A civil suit against San Juan County Sheriff Ron Krebs and Deputy Ray Harvey was filed in the United States District Court Western District of Washington on February 14, 2019. According to court papers, Deputy Ray Harvey and Deputy David Holland, entered Daniel Fowler's Orcas Island home on March 7, 2016 without probable cause or a warrant and broke his shoulder as they arrested him.
Deputies in San Juan Islands responded to 161 calls between February 27-March 5, 2019 including: Deputies on Orcas Island responded to the Orcas Island Ferry Landing to recover suspected drugs from the MV Hyak. Suspected drugs and paraphernalia were recovered.
Four tourists were terrified after a 58-year-old Lopez Island man broke into two rooms at a Lopez Island Lodging facility in the early hours of Monday, February 18, 2019. When the first deputy arrived at 5 a.m. two witnesses who had stayed in room #4 were fleeing from the inn. Two other people were barricaded in the bathroom of their ransacked room #6 at the inn. The suspect was found by deputies lying in the closet of room #6 armed with an open folding pocket knife.
Deputies in San Juan Islands responded to 142 calls between February 13-19, 2019 including: A Lopez Island resident reported the theft of house moving logs that were cut up on site and taken for firewood. The matter is under investigation. Lopez Island and Orcas Island EMS, along with deputies from both islands, local mental health and family support specialists, assisted a male who was having a mental health crisis. The patient was transported to the hospital for further treatment.
Confidence in San Juan County Sheriff Ron Krebs has been shaken in light of recent debacles that resulted in dismissal of a criminal case, a retrial ordered in another case, no charges being filed in other cases because of a bad detective. Some people are asking: What kind of investigation can be done? How does a recall work?
An Orcas Island man, with a single gunshot wound to his chest, drove to the Orcas Island Fire Station Monday morning, Feburary 18, 2019. He was airlifted to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle to be treated for his injuries. San Juan County Undersheriff Zac Reimer says the male appeared to be in serious, but stable condition. According to Reimer there is no reason to believe that the public is at any risk with the information that we have at this point.
Deputies in San Juan Islands responded to 173 calls between February 6 - 12, 2019 including: Deputies responded to a roll-over collision in the 1000 block of Dolphin Bay Road on Orcas Island. Upon arrival, they encountered a single vehicle that had rolled down an embankment. The driver and infant occupant were treated and released on the scene. The driver was arrested for DUI. Deputies responded to a vehicle blocking the roadway with the driver apparently asleep behind the wheel. The vehicle left the area prior to deputies arriving.
Deputies in San Juan Islands responded to 202 calls between January 30-February 6, 2019 including: A San Juan Island deputy was contacted by an inmate in the jail. The inmate attempted to bribe the deputy to destroy evidence and release them. The deputy charged the inmate with bribery. A Lopez Island resident reported a vessel trespassing on a private mooring buoy in Fisherman Bay. The boat owner was contacted, and said he tied up to the buoy hoping to ride out the forecast storm. The parties were put in contact with each other to resolve the matter. An Orcas deputy responded to a report of suspicious person passed out in a vehicle in front of a local business. Contact was made and a report was taken. A Lopez Island deputy was called to collect an unfamiliar puppy trying to follow people into a local business. The owner was identified an claimed the dog.
Deputies in San Juan Islands responded to 184 calls between January 16-23, 2019 including: Deputies on marine patrol were dispatched to a report of a fisherman shooting at a seal with a pellet rifle near Sucia Island. The seal was located with severe injuries, and was safely captured and transported to Friday Harbor, where it was transferred to Wolf Hollow. Investigation continues. A Deputy investigated an online harassment complaint. A Lopez Island resident posted a statement on Facebook that was believed to be a possible threat to harm another resident. Although the posting was inappropriate, there was no crime and a report was completed.