Trial dates are set for four of the seven people arrested for a Sept. 4 residential burglary that involved the theft of more than $110,000 in cash and coins, allegedly to bail out one suspect's boyfriend.
Ciara Jo Neil 18, Bremerton, faces a Nov. 9 trial and her next court appearance is set for Oct. 8.
She faces two counts of residential burglary and one count each of first-degree theft and first-degree attempted theft.
Bryan Lee Constant, 23, Sequim, faces a
Nov. 2 trial and next will be in court Oct. 2.
He is charged with one count each of residential burglary and first-degree attempted theft.
Jesse Michael Troit, 19, Bremerton, faces a Nov. 2 trial with an appearance set for Oct. 15.
He faces one count each of residential burglary and first-degree attempted theft.
Jeremiah Jackson, 24, Sequim, faces a Dec. 9 trial, and his next court date is Nov. 12. He was charged with one count each of conspiracy to commit residential burglary, residential burglary and first-degree theft.
Trial dates aren't set yet for two other suspects and one still has not been charged.
Thomas Henry Ellison, 22, of Sequim, will face arraignment on Oct. 2. He faces one count each of conspiracy to commit residential burglary and possession with intent to manufacture or deliver a controlled substance.
Karyn Nicole Prouty, 22, of Sequim, also faces an Oct. 2 arraignment. She was charged with one count each of conspiracy to commit residential burglary, residential burglary, first-degree theft and possession with intent to manufacture or deliver a controlled substance.
Malinda M. Thurman, 22, Sequim was arrested and cited for criminal trespass on Sept. 4 but has not been formally charged.
According to deputies' affidavits, the victim reported Aug. 29 that a safe, silver dollars, coins and $110,000 cash had been stolen from his Sequim home.
Then confidential informants told sheriff's deputies that another burglary of the same residence was planned for Sept. 4.
Neil was stopped driving what deputies said was the getaway car. Thurman and Constant were arrested outside the house. Troit was arrested in front of the Sequim Safeway, where he had been tracked by the Sequim Police Department's K-9 officer.
Troit told police that the money was to bail out Neil's boyfriend Skyler Nolan Mattox, who is related to the victim.
Mattox is being held in Kitsap County Jail in lieu of $250,000 bail on felony drug charges.
Ellison was arrested Sept. 12 after deputies searched his home and found items stolen during the burglary, court records state.
He also faces drug charges stemming from OxyContin and methadone tablets allegedly found during a search of his car.
Prouty was arrested Sept. 12 and allegedly confessed to deputies that she was the lookout for the burglary and provided the pickup truck to transport a stolen safe. She faces drug charges because she allegedly was a passenger in Ellison's car.
Jackson was arrested Sept. 12 after deputies searched his Sequim home and seized a dolly and pry bar believed to have been used in the burglary.
Then deputies searched Ellison's Sequim residence and seized coins and other evidence believed to have been stolen during the burglary.
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