DISTRICT COURT | Port Orchard men charged in Bremerton theft; other charges handed down

Two Port Orchard men face charges in connection with stealing a large metal pipe from a garbage company in Bremerton.

Jeffrey Alan Carter, 46, and Darrin James Pariseau, 44, were charged with one count each of possession of stolen property on March 28 in Kitsap County District Court.

According to charging papers, a Waste Management Northwest employee reported he saw the suspects attempting to leave the business’ property with a large stolen pipe about noon on March 27.

About 15 minutes later, Navy personnel reported they found a pickup pulling a trailer with large pieces of metal pipes, struck on a trail behind Waste Management Northwest’s property.

KCSO deputies responded to the scene and found three suspects — two males and a female.

Deputies found Carter first as he as cutting brush with a machete and ordered him to stop and put the machete down, stated court papers.

Court documents stated Carter’s truck license plate and registration belongs to another vehicle. Further investigation found the license plate was bent back to hang another plate.

Moments later, a deputy and Carter walked down the trial and found Pariseau and his girlfriend.

Pariseau said he and his girlfriend came with Carter to look for metal.

Dispatch advised deputies that Pariseau had three outstanding warrants — two in Kitsap and one in Mason County.

All three people were arrested and taken to the Kitsap County Jail.

Pariseau was also charged with two counts of third degree driving with a suspended license for a October 2011 and Jan. 27 incident.

Kitsap County District Court released the following court documents:

April 1

• Kevan James Moores, 25, of Port Orchard, was charged for second degree trafficking stolen property in connection with a stealing a laptop computer from his former live-in girlfriend. The computer was recovered from a Bremerton pawn shop.

• Sarah Nicole Prestewich, 32, of Port Orchard, was charged with one count of possession of controlled substance (meth). The charge stems from a March 29 shoplifting incident at a Port Orchard business. Upon her arrest by Port Orchard police, a syringe, drugs and drug paraphernalia were found in her purse as evidence.

• Kenny Eugene Baier, 20, of Port Orchard, was charged with fourth degree domestic assault in connection with a March 30 incident.

March 29

• Franklin Thomas Brusie, 22, of Port Orchard, was charged with one count of possession of controlled substance (meth). Bremerton police responded to report of a burglary on March 28 and found Brusie and three other people inside a home for sale. Police discovered Brusie had an outstanding warrant for third degree burglary. He was booked into Kitsap County Jail under a $50,000 bond.

• Melissa June Pariseau, 33, address unknown, was charged with one count of possession of controlled substance (meth). KCSO deputies reported Pariseau was arrested for violating a no-contact order and they found a small zip-lock bag containing a white crystal like substance. She was booked into the Kitsap County Jail.

• Marc Edward Managhan, 29, of Gig Harbor, was charged with driving under the influence. On March 28, Managhan was driving south of Olalla Valley Road near Hovgaard Road when he lost control of his vehicle and crashed into a pole, reported Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office. He was booked into jail.

March 27

• Matthew Steven Miller, 25, of Port Orchard, was charged with third-degree assault and harassment for a March 26 incident. He allegedly dragging his father down Mitchell Avenue in Port Orchard to attend church because he thought his father was “Satan.” During medical treatment, he told hospital staff he had taken synthetic marijuana, known as spice, and ecstasy. Bail was set at $100,000.

• Shane Nmi Fishman, 21, of Port Orchard, was charged with second degree burglary. Fishman was found in a Bremerton business by KCSO deputies after a silent alarm alert authorities. During his arrest, a pair of plies and a flashlight was found on him.

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