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00ot-guilty pleas: 00een charged in junior high heist A teenager accused of stealing a pretrial hearing on January 7, a mputer from a classroom at and Bay Junior High School s arraigned Monday in Mason term beginning,January 15. trial readiness hearing on Janu- ary 11 and trial during the jury ,Unty Superior Court. Eody Shane Gaisser, 19, of 50 rth Buckhorn Way, Hoodsport, L identified in an investigation Uxglary in the second degree d theft in the first degree. He was arrested October 17 by ricer Troy Wiktorek of the Shel- l P°lice Department, who said t_ was investigating the theft of" °puter from the classroom of ,1 Uean McCoy, a teacher at Oak- ttd Bay. McCoy said on October  about 4:15 p.m. he saw a SUs t˘t, identified as Gaisser, exit hi" SSroora with a laptop computer ll°aging to Shelton School Dis- ' CtpecMt C:Y 2 e h:a :gtaft; rth  . , • • him, Gaisser tossed the laptop and he recovered it:. The theft was re- corded on surveillance cameras at the school. Gaisser is scheduled for an om- nibus hearing on December 10, a pretrial hearing on January 7, a trial readiness hearing on Janu- ary 11 and trial during the jury term beginning January 15. Also on Monday, October 29: • Paul Curtis Smith, 50, of 3(19 SE Arcadia Road, Shelton, pled not guilty to a charge of as- sault in the second degree. He is accused of' domestic violence against Anita M. Selby who said she had a dating relationship with Smith tbr five months. He was arrested around 11:30 p.m. on October 16 by deputies in- vestigating a complaint from Sel- by. She called 911 f>om the Chev- ron station at the intersection of SE Arcadia Road and State Route 3 a few blocks outside Shelton city limits. Selby, who was described as upset and crying, reportedly told deputies Smith pushed her down in the shower, drove his knee into her chest and tried to strangle her. Smith is scheduled for an om- nibus hearing on November 19, a pretrial hearing on December 10, a trial readiness hearing on De- cember 14 and trial during the jury term beginning December 18. • Curtis Brandon Wakefield, 18, of 15421 Garden Street, Sum- ner, pied not guilty to charges of attempted assault in the second degree, attempting to elude a po- lice vehicle and driving under the influence. He is scheduled for an omnibus hearing on December 10, He was arrested about 5 a.m. August 24 by Deputy Matt Hell- man who was responding to the Chevron mini-market in Belfair where the cashier had detained a female juvenile. Another female, identified as Hanna L. Grove, re- portedly grabbed beer and got into a pickup truck driven by Wakefield. The truck was h)cated behind the sheriffs substation and the deputy reportedly motioned for the truck to stop as it was backing up. The deputy said Wakefield then ac- celerated the truck, spinning the back wheels, and the deputy said he stepped back but the truck con- tinued spinning its wheels and steered towards him, almost graz- ing his left leg. On Friday, October 26: • Franklin Howard Hayes IV, 34, of Shelton, was arraigned in two cases. He pled not guilty to a charge ot" theft of a motor vehicle. He was listed as transient at booking but provided an address of 90 West Olde Lyme Road. He also entered a not-guilty plea to possession of methamphetamine. He was ar- rested on October 13, 2006 but was not charged until October 17 of this year. in the 2007 case, he was ar- rested October 14 by deputies in- vestigating a report from Richard C, Harper about a possible stolen vehicle which had been at his resi- dence on Old Olympic Highway and which was probably headed (Please turn to page 32.) November 9th::: Preview at 4:30 Sale I pm at 12 noon For  i ¸ Thursday, November 1, 2007 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 25 00ot-guilty pleas: 00een charged in junior high heist A teenager accused of stealing a pretrial hearing on January 7, a mputer from a classroom at and Bay Junior High School s arraigned Monday in Mason term beginning,January 15. trial readiness hearing on Janu- ary 11 and trial during the jury ,Unty Superior Court. Eody Shane Gaisser, 19, of 50 rth Buckhorn Way, Hoodsport, L identified in an investigation Uxglary in the second degree d theft in the first degree. He was arrested October 17 by ricer Troy Wiktorek of the Shel- l P°lice Department, who said t_ was investigating the theft of" °puter from the classroom of ,1 Uean McCoy, a teacher at Oak- ttd Bay. McCoy said on October  about 4:15 p.m. he saw a SUs t˘t, identified as Gaisser, exit hi" SSroora with a laptop computer ll°aging to Shelton School Dis- ' CtpecMt C:Y 2 e h:a :gtaft; rth  . , • • him, Gaisser tossed the laptop and he recovered it:. The theft was re- corded on surveillance cameras at the school. Gaisser is scheduled for an om- nibus hearing on December 10, a pretrial hearing on January 7, a trial readiness hearing on Janu- ary 11 and trial during the jury term beginning January 15. Also on Monday, October 29: • Paul Curtis Smith, 50, of 3(19 SE Arcadia Road, Shelton, pled not guilty to a charge of as- sault in the second degree. He is accused of' domestic violence against Anita M. Selby who said she had a dating relationship with Smith tbr five months. He was arrested around 11:30 p.m. on October 16 by deputies in- vestigating a complaint from Sel- by. She called 911 f>om the Chev- ron station at the intersection of SE Arcadia Road and State Route 3 a few blocks outside Shelton city limits. Selby, who was described as upset and crying, reportedly told deputies Smith pushed her down in the shower, drove his knee into her chest and tried to strangle her. Smith is scheduled for an om- nibus hearing on November 19, a pretrial hearing on December 10, a trial readiness hearing on De- cember 14 and trial during the jury term beginning December 18. • Curtis Brandon Wakefield, 18, of 15421 Garden Street, Sum- ner, pied not guilty to charges of attempted assault in the second degree, attempting to elude a po- lice vehicle and driving under the influence. He is scheduled for an omnibus hearing on December 10, He was arrested about 5 a.m. August 24 by Deputy Matt Hell- man who was responding to the Chevron mini-market in Belfair where the cashier had detained a female juvenile. Another female, identified as Hanna L. Grove, re- portedly grabbed beer and got into a pickup truck driven by Wakefield. The truck was h)cated behind the sheriffs substation and the deputy reportedly motioned for the truck to stop as it was backing up. The deputy said Wakefield then ac- celerated the truck, spinning the back wheels, and the deputy said he stepped back but the truck con- tinued spinning its wheels and steered towards him, almost graz- ing his left leg. On Friday, October 26: • Franklin Howard Hayes IV, 34, of Shelton, was arraigned in two cases. He pled not guilty to a charge ot" theft of a motor vehicle. He was listed as transient at booking but provided an address of 90 West Olde Lyme Road. He also entered a not-guilty plea to possession of methamphetamine. He was ar- rested on October 13, 2006 but was not charged until October 17 of this year. in the 2007 case, he was ar- rested October 14 by deputies in- vestigating a report from Richard C, Harper about a possible stolen vehicle which had been at his resi- dence on Old Olympic Highway and which was probably headed (Please turn to page 32.) November 9th::: Preview at 4:30 Sale I pm at 12 noon For  i ¸