Kitsap jail inmate refuses for the eleventh time to attend courtroom listening to

Kitsap jail inmate refuses for the eleventh time to attend courtroom listening to
Kitsap jail inmate refuses for the eleventh time to attend courtroom listening to

A person who went to the Port Orchard Metropolis Corridor in September demanding a gun to guard himself, then allegedly broke right into a police car and tried to steal an AR-15, has been in custody since then however has but to look in courtroom.

Although prosecutors charged Ikeim Chachar Vaster, 46, with tried first-degree illegal possession of a firearm after his Sept. 14 arrest, he has been steadfast in his refusal to look in courtroom for his arraignment, leaving him in authorized limbo.

He has refused to attend 10 scheduled hearings since Sept. 21, together with a failed try made by the choose to enter the jail and conduct the listening to there.

On Monday, Vaster once more refused to be transported by Kitsap County Jail officers to Superior Courtroom — his eleventh scheduled arraignment — although officers had been bracing for a disturbance within the hallways. Per week earlier, Decide Melissa Hemstreet had ordered jail officers to convey Vaster to courtroom, and if he refused, to have him restrained and gagged.

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