Page 11

PeninsulaNorthwest

PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 2013

A11

Two plead More than brews featured not guilty at PA festival this weekend to burglary

Brewery of Carlsborg and Pike Brewing Co. of Seattle will be pouring, while Next Door sells street tacos, wine and spirits. Festival-goers age 21 and older will receive two beer tickets with their passes, while non-drinkers can choose lemonade, Tognoni said.

BY DIANE URBANI DE LA PAZ

PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

BY JEREMY SCHWARTZ PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

PORT ANGELES — Two of three people accused in a July 21 home burglary on Cherry Street have pleaded not guilty in the case while Port Angeles police continue their search for a third man thought to have been involved. Matthew Tyler Charles, 27, and Roxanne Rae Venske, 24, both pleaded not guilty last week to charges related to a morning burglary in the 1000 block of South Cherry Street on July 21. Brian Smith, deputy police chief, said Tuesday the search for Steven Dean Goodman, 24, continues. Smith said he could not say much about the ongoing investigation but added that police have asked for assistance from the Pacific Northwest Regional Fugitive Task Force of the U.S. Marshals Service. “When we have fugitives like [Goodman], it’s not uncommon we would reach out to them,� Smith said. Police identified Goodman as a third suspect a few days after Charles and Venske were arrested.

Not-guilty pleas

PORT ANGELES — It was just going to be a little brewfest — a day in the sun, with cold ones and mountain scenery. But as Justin Tognoni and Morgan Colonel got to talking — this was last winter — they couldn’t help but envision a full-on summertime celebration complete with live music, swimming, games and camping. And so it will come: The inaugural Liquid Mountain Music Festival will pour into Olympic Raft & Kayak, 123 Lake Aldwell Road, from noon to midnight Saturday. That’s Colonel’s spread, which has been the setting for plenty of summer parties — though not official ones like this festival. Colonel, who moved here from Jackson Hole, Wyo., and bought Olympic Raft & Kayak last year, worked with Tognoni, co-owner of Port Angeles’ Next Door Gastropub, to plan this Saturday’s festivities. “We have an awesome outdoor atmosphere,� Colonel said. “Indian Creek runs through the property; there are forests, a backyard grassy area and a covered stage� on a 4-acre site. On that stage will be local and nationally known bands — “all fun dance music,� promised Tognoni — along with DJ O.B.1, who will supply music between acts. The lineup goes like this. ■Noon to 1:30 p.m.: A Cedar Suede, a Latin funk orchestra from Seattle. ■ 2:15 p.m. to 3:45 p.m.: Eggplant, a rock and funk

a $15,000 bond last Wednesday, according to documents filed in Clallam County Superior Goodman Court. Venske is next set to appear in court for a case status hearing Friday, while Charles is scheduled for a similar hearing Aug. 16. A tentative trial date for both has been set for Sept. 16, according to court documents.

Police accounts According to police accounts, a neighbor of the Cherry Street home called 9-1-1 at about 9 a.m. July 21 to report that the home appeared to have been broken into. The neighbor, Robert Langdon, 39, who also owned the property, said Charles and a man later identified as Goodman ran out of the home, each with two firearms wrapped in blankets, to a waiting burgundy Pontiac. Charles and Venske were arrested at about 9 p.m. July 21 after they were found together in the 1400 block of Dan Kelly Road after a multi-hour search involving multiple law enforcement agencies that canvassed a portion of unincorportated Clallam County south of state Highway 112 and west of the Elwha River. The Pontiac was found damaged and abandoned near the end of Colville Road. The resident of the home told police that a rifle, a 12-gauge shotgun and about $150 in cash were stolen from the Cherry Street home, according to police accounts. The burglary victim also identified Goodman to police as the other man involved in the burglary from Goodman’s physical description. Goodman is described as 6-foot-2 and 195 pounds. He has blue eyes and light-colored hair. If Goodman is seen, phone 9-1-1 emergency dispatchers or the Police Department at 360-4524545.

Charles pleaded not guilty Friday to two counts each of theft of a firearm and first-degree unlawful possession of a firearm, and one count each of firstdegree robbery and firstdegree burglary. He remained Tuesday in the Clallam County jail in lieu of $250,000. Goodman was charged last week in absentia with the same crimes as Charles. Venske pleaded not guilty last July 30 to one count each of first-degree burglary as an accomplice, attempting to elude a pursuing police vehicle and unlawful imprisonment. The latter two charges against Venske were filed that day after John Troberg, deputy Clallam County prosecuting attorney, received additional information from law enforcement investigators about the car chase on which Venske allegedly led police after she allegedly drove Charles and Goodman away from the Cherry Street home in a bur________ gundy Pontiac Grand Am. Reporter Jeremy Schwartz can Venske was not listed on be reached at 360-452-2345, ext. the Clallam County jail ros- 5074, or at jschwartz@peninsula ter Tuesday after she posted dailynews.com.

A Cedar Suede, a Latin funk band from Seattle, is among the acts playing at this Saturday’s Liquid Mountain Music Festival in Port Angeles. band from Port Angeles. ■4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m.: Roots rock duo Scott Sullivan and Casey Northern of Port Angeles. ■ 6:45 p.m. to 8:15 p.m.: Rock with the Fourth Street Cats of Port Angeles. ■ 9 p.m. to midnight: Moksha, a rock jam band from Las Vegas. “They are fantastic,� Tognoni said of Moksha. “I’ve been trying to get them since February,� so when Moksha was booked into this weekend’s Summer Meltdown Festival in Darrington, Snohomish County, he was able to bring them over here for an additional gig. The Liquid Mountain Music Festival is a familyfriendly event, with games and a swimming pool set up, Tognoni added. Children 12 and younger will be admitted free, while teens and adults pay $20 in

A free shuttle bus will run between Next Door and the festival from 11:30 a.m. Saturday until everyone has been transported, Tognoni added. Along with all of the music and frolic, Liquid ________ Mountain is still a bit of a Features Editor Diane Urbani brewfest: The Deschutes de la Paz can be reached at 360Brewery of Bend, Ore., 452-2345, ext. 5062, or at diane. Fathom & League Hop Yard urbani@peninsuladailynews.com.

Briefly . . . Border Patrol Blaine sector boss removed BLAINE — The Border Patrol reportedly has removed the chief of the sector for Western Washington, Alaska and Oregon. John C. Bates was relieved of his duties at Blaine on Monday, The Bellingham Herald reported. A spokesman for the sector told the newspaper it had no immediate comment on his status. The president of the union that represents local

a

Border Patrol agents but not the chief told the paper the move was announced to local managers by two associated chiefs from Washington, D.C. Michael Cox of National Border Patrol Council Local 2913 said the local managers were told headquarters had been monitoring Bates for some time and decided to relieve him of command. Bates has been with the Border Patrol since 1985 and head of the Blaine sector since 2007.

a boat after learning of a mayday call about four people in the water about 12 miles west of Grays Harbor, but a passing boat managed to rescue all four. The Daily Astorian reported that the four were taken aboard the vessel Carmelita on Monday. All had been wearing

Does your plan meet your goals and objectives?

GRAYS HARBOR — The Coast Guard said it dispatched a helicopter and

I Can Help. Call Me.

Sponsored By: KeyBank, Peninsula Daily News, Elwha River Casino. Series Partner: Brown and Caldwell

Concerts Pier

7 The Retro August Guys 6-8 PM

Save Energy & Money

38837580

Get up to $1500 in Utility Rebates (Some Restrictions May Apply)

life jackets. It was not known how they ended up in the water. Coast Guard Petty Officer Zac Crawford in Seattle said his agency sent the helicopter and boat, but “it was all taken care of,� so they returned to their stations. Peninsula Daily News

Everyone has an Estate Plan

Four rescued

on the

DUCTLESS Heat Pump Systems

Office: 360.683.4030 THE COMPANY YOU KEEPÂŽ

Registered Representative NYLIFE Securities LLC, member FINRA/SIPC, A Licensed Insurance Agency 1201 Pacific Ave., Suite 1600 Tacoma, WA 98402 (253)597-7100

Halina D’Urso CLTC

Agent New York Life Insurance Company 224 W. Washington St., Suite 202 Sequim, WA 98382

halinadurso.com

PORT TOWNSEND MAIN STREET

2013 Concerts on the Dock FREE • ALL AGES • POPE MARINE PARK PLAZA

1206 South C Street • Port Angeles 360-452-0939

Thursdays July/August

NOW OPEN!

Seating opens at 4:30 Music from 5:00pm to 7:30pm AUGUST Ranger and

8

AUGUST

Toolshed 15 Trio AUGUST Off The 22 Hook

Free Admission • Port Angeles City Pier

Brought to you by: Peninsula Daily News KeyBank Elwha River Casino Brown and Caldwell Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce

The Re-Arrangers

AUGUST

29

4

Concerts to go, don’t miss out!

Emerging Artists Night/ DJ Dance Party 38829891

3679581 36795818

$EER0ARK2Ds0ORT!NGELESs 

Outdoor Music & Beer/Wine/Cider Garden SERIES SPONSORS: WILDER AUTO and KITSAP CREDIT UNION

37812317

The Retro Guys is a five-piece band based in Port Angeles, playing a wide list of rock and county songs stretching the past four decades. Audiences move and groove to the Retro Guys’ playlist, from the surfer sounds of the Beach Boys and Jan and Dean; to oldies rock and roll like Van Morrison and Jimmy Buffett; to country from Brooks and Dunn and George Strait. The Retro Guys are: Don Edwards, Clipper Elder, Jerry Gilleland, Tom Maley and Todd Ortloff. This fun group of musicians have performed in the area for decades, and now create a unique blend of good times and great music together.

IT’S OUR INTEGRITY THAT SETS US APART.

Full Service Pack & Ship Center Personal Mail Boxes .OTARYs#OPYs&AX

Free shuttle

Port Angeles

HEATING & COOLING SERVICE, INC.

call for a free estimate

advance or $25 the day of the festival. For those who want to camp out Saturday night, a one-tent site is $10; two tents costs $15 and four tents $30. Camping passes are available through one outlet only: www.BrownPaper Tickets.com, with a service charge. Festival passes can be ordered there too, as well as at Next Door Gastropub, 113 W. First St.

All proceeds from beer sales, meanwhile, will go to Survivor’s Outdoor Experience, (www.Survivors OutdoorExperience.org), a Port Angeles-based nonprofit organizer of recreational activities for cancer survivors. Both Colonel and Tognoni are fans of the organization and its executive director, Jack Ganster. “Jack is a [cancer] survivor. There are a lot of them in the area,� said Tognoni. “He does great things for the community.� On Saturday, tickets will be available at Olympic Raft & Kayak. Parking is permitted at the pullout just west of the Elwha River Bridge on U.S. Highway 101, and a free shuttle will be provided to and from that lot. Festival-goers are urged, however, to use the shuttle from Next Door in downtown Port Angeles. For more details, phone Olympic Raft & Kayak at 360-452-1443 or Next Door at 360-504-2613, or visit the Liquid Mountain Music Festival page on Facebook.

38829770

DAVE’S

Benefit for nonprofit

Media Sponsor:

Wednesdays from 6 - 8 pm

For more information call

360-452-2363, Ext.11

www.ptmainstreet.org

PDN20130807J  
PDN20130807J  
Advertisement