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Callihoo gets 812 days for probation violation
LITTLE BOSTON — Stacy Callihoo, the subject of a recent warrant service that ended with a fatal shooting in Suquamish, has been sentenced to 812 days in jail by Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribal Court for violating his probation.
Callihoo was on probation for indecent liberties and assault. Indecent liberties is defined in state law as “knowingly causes another person who is not his or her spouse to have sexual contact,” and is a class B felony. He was also charged with escape of his electronic monitoring device.
Callihoo was taken into custody on Dec. 8 after a two-hour standoff between Port Gamble S’Klallam, Suquamish and Kitsap County Sheriff officers, who went to the house to serve the warrant. During the warrant service, police shot and killed Thomas Anthony “Tony” Black, a resident of the home. The shooting is under investigation.
In relation to that incident, Callihoo, 42, is charged by Suquamish Tribal Prosecutor Donna McNamara with resisting arrest, refusing to aid an officer and disturbing the peace. The case number is CR-11217 (“CR” means criminal).
While the investigation into the incident continues, “My charges are based on the report I received from the arresting officer,” McNamara said.The Suquamish charges are the only charges Callihoo is facing at this time.
Jennifer Olanie, Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribal Court administrator, said Callihoo was sentenced to two-and-a-half years in jail when he appeared in court Wednesday. The time is based on suspended jail time from previous charges that has been “reimposed.”
He will serve his sentence at the Chehalis Tribal Jail in Oakville.