Spanaway man charged in child porn case

An 18-year-old Pierce County man was charged with possession of child pornography on April 3 in Kitsap County District Court.

Alexander Elliot Hamilton, of Spanaway, was charged with first-degree possession of depiction of a minor engaged in sexually explict conduct. He was arrested April 2 and remains in the Kitsap County Jail. Bail was set at $25,000.

According to court papers, Hamilton turned himself in after he reported viewing child pornography on another person’s computer at a residence on SE Holman Road in South Kitsap.

The homeowner’s wife also reported she found 16 pornographic images of children under Hamilton’s mattress.

The following charges were filed April 2-8:

April 8: Kenneth Daniel Jarrett, 21, Port Orchard, violation of court order (gross misdemeanor); Donald Patrick Byaman, Jr., 39, Port Orchard, third-degree theft; Stanley Monrow Whisenant, Jr., 36, Port Orchard, possession of meth.

April 7: Daniel Joseph Zeller, 31, Port Orchard, possession of a stolen vehicle and second-degree burglary; Fawnmarie Althea Hawk, 37, Belfair, unlawful issuance of a bank check or draft (gross misdemeanor).

April 4: Jeanette Louise Peterson, 36, Port Orchard, second-degree possession of a firearm; Adam Eugene Doty, 30, Port Orchard, possession of meth.

April 3: Dennis Dean Anderson, 32, Port Orchard, second-degree unlawful possession of a firearm; Joshua James Mendoza, 38, Port Orchard, possession of stolen vehicle; Logan Matthew Lake, 22, Belfair, attempting to elude pursuing police vehicle, second-degree taking a motor vehicle without permission and possession of a controlled substance; Riley Thomas Gibson, 44, Port Orchard, residental burglary and unlawful imprisonment; Jason Lee Fiore, 35, Port Orchard, two counts of violation of a court order (felony).

April 2; Rikki Lee Rowe, 37, Port Orchard, possession of meth.


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