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Clallam County Superior Court Judge Brian Coughenour issued a 31-month sentence.
Cory Joe Stokes had been released from custody to attend the birth of his child in Seattle.
Douglas J. Allison, 55, said he would seek counseling in prison and repeatedly said, “I’m sorry.”
A 33-year-old Forks woman was given nearly four years after pleading guilty.
His defense attorney said he had not yet received the results of a psychological examination.
Steven Chester Pope of Port Angeles pleaded guilty in June.
Keith Roberson, 55, will claim self-defense to the charges, his attorney said Friday.
Riley Edge White is being held in the Clallam County jail on $150,000 bond following an alleged attack Aug. 27 that injured a woman who rented a room at his residence.
Police say that one man was left with a stab wound to his leg after a fight in the city.
His defense attorney says she has not yet received his mental health evaluation report.
“We haven’t referred the case yet because we can’t say positively that we have the right two people,” the police chief said.
Robbie Wayne Davis, 41, gets 10 years, 10 months.
Charges will be dropped if he can stay out of trouble for two years.
Montrel Lee Sharpless, 40, gets eight months in jail for felony harassment-threats to kill.
Reports detail a fight between friends that reportedly ended in shots fired.
Christopher Charles Cooper and Jerez Darren McGrew have pleaded not guilty.
The 40-year-old will be sentenced Aug. 24.
The court dates have been moved back to October.
A resolve/reset hearing has been set for Aug. 26.
Both will be arraigned in Clallam County Superior Court this Friday.