Peter F. Keller, 19, pleaded not guilt in Superior Court to his third degree rape of a child charge.
According to Pacific County Prosecutor Mark McClain, “Keller will likely serve one year in prison as a result of his inappropriate sexual relationship with a 14-year-old minor.”
Deputy Biggs arrested Keller last month. Keller is in the county jail with bail set at $100,000.
Adam Kent Bundy, 23, pleaded not guilty to his two rape charges of rape in the third degree rape, which is non-consensual rape, and rape of a child in the third degree. The victim was under 16 years of age. Bundy is in county jail with his bail set at $100,000. Deputy Sean Eastham arrested Bundy June 28.
Alleged rapist, Carl Wayne Jones, 35, of Raymond, is charged with second-degree rape. Raymond Police Chief Chuck Spoor arrested Jones last month. Jones is in county jail with bail set at $100,000. The case has been sent to the prosecutor. The victim is a female adult.
Paul Andrew Martin, 27, South Bend, was arrested and booked on six criminal charges, including unlawful imprisonment, criminal attempt, obstructing a public servant, and three outstanding warrants. Martin is in county jail with bail set at $115,000, and was arrested by South Bend Officer Spencer.
Deputy Prosecutor McClain offered detail on Martin’s case. “Martin’s matter involved his appearance at a home where he was told to leave. He did not leave and attempted to gain entry. Unsuccessful at that, he fled and the police attempted to stop his vehicle. Martin fled on foot where he was later apprehended in a garage. During the search, police located methamphetamine and items, which indicated he was possessing with the intent to deliver. Martin maintains his innocence and the case is set for trial next month.”
Casey Naylor, 31, of Long Beach pleaded guilty to five counts of luring. According to McClain, Naylor “attempted to have five children come to his boat to help him paint it and to play with salamanders. He did not know the children and did not have the parents’ permission to take them to this private location. Naylor was subsequently transported to Klicitat County to face unrelated burglary charges.”
Naylor’s original bail was set at $150,000 and was arrested by Long Beach Officer Nawn.
Steve Ostrander, 47, was originally arrested for intimidating with explosives, reckless endangerment, intimidating a public servant, and criminal attempt. Deputy Prosecutor McClain said, “Ostrander entered a guilty plea to placing an imitation explosive device. Following a standoff with local police, he had barricaded himself in his home, and asking that the Police bring his wife there so he could blow himself up. Police were able to successfully subdue Ostrander without setting off the propane device. It appears that he had a breakdown and, as a result of his felony conviction, is prohibited from possessing firearms and will be required to undergo mental health and chemical dependence counseling. The victim was supportive of the resolution.” Deputy Ron Davis arrested Ostrander.