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Case Updates: Status of cases reported on earlier in the Herald

Status of cases reported on earlier in the North Kitsap Herald.

Beau Johnson, 38, of Poulsbo pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor harassment charge in April 30. He was sentenced to 364 days in jail, but 319 days of his sentence were suspended, leaving 45 days to be served.

Johnson was accused of harassing an ex-girlfriend on March 28 by leaving 18 threatening voicemails and sending threatening text messages, repeatedly, over the course of the day. Johnson reportedly used racial, sexist and homophobic slurs, and said that he could get a third party to harm the ex, her friends, and family.

Toshua Madrigal, 39, pleaded guilty to charge of second degree taking a motor vehicle without permission on April 30. She has been sentenced to three months in jail.

Madrigal was accused of stealing a car from a church on Barber Cut Off Road in Kingston on April 6. The car was recovered in Port Angeles on April 12.

Andrew Smith, 32, of Poulsbo pleaded guilty to felony vehicular assault for the Dec. 16 collision at the Agate Pass Bridge.

Smith was charged after his truck sideswiped a box van, then collided with a two-door sedan in Suquamish near the Agate Pass Bridge. The accident sent a 24-year-old Bremerton man to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle with a broken leg, shattered femur, broken ankle, and a broken collar bone.

Breath tests taken two hours after the crash indicate that Smith had a blood alcohol level of .121. At the time, he admitted to drinking two cocktails and a beer the previous evening, but denied drinking that morning.

Smith will be sentenced on May 12. Prosecutors are recommending a sentence of 16 months in jail.

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