Port Angeles man exonerated of drug possession charges

James Kennedy, Clallam County deputy prosecuting attorney, said Bradford R. Boulden was cleared.

PORT ANGELES — A 30-year-old Port Angeles man was exonerated of a drug possession charge Wednesday, said James Kennedy, Clallam County deputy prosecuting attorney.

Bradford R. Boulden was originally arrested for investigation of possession of a controlled substance Sunday while police were executing a search warrant as part of their investigation of a Sunday morning burglary at New Day Eatery, according to police.

New Day Eatery posted on Facebook that it was closed Sunday and Monday after the restaurant’s entire point-of-sale system was stolen.

The burglar took off with five iPads, a “substantial quantity of cash,” a cash register, baked goods, a checkbook and mail, Sgt. Jason Viada said previously.

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