Level 1 Sex Offender Homeless in Shelton

AdamLInmanThe Mason County Sheriff’s Office says a Level 1 Sex Offender has recently returned to Shelton and is now registered as homeless. According to a bulletin, 33-year-old Adam Lee Inman is required to register as a sex offender due to a 2005 felony conviction in Alaska for Sexual Abuse of a Minor 3rd Degree. This conviction is due to when Inman was 25 years old, he provided alcohol and then sexually assaulted a 15-year-old girl. Inman was originally arrested for Sexual Assault of a Minor with Penetration 2nd Degree. Inman also has a 2007 conviction for Failing To Register As A Sex Offender. However, he has not had any further criminal convictions since then. Continue reading

Missing Shelton Woman

Nataliya Leovna Sharavska BurgdorfThe Mason County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the pubic’s help in locating a missing 62-year-old Shelton woman. Nataliya Leovna Sharavska Burgdorf was reported missing by her husband around 8:45 PM Tuesday when she failed to their home on East Burgundy Road. Nataliya had gone to a community play rehearsal on Harstine Island earlier in the evening. Continue reading

Not Abduction Attempt – Only Neighborhood Watch

The Mason County Sheriff’s Office says that there wasn’t an attempted abduction Monday in the Grapeview area just neighbors watching out for neighbors. Within 30 minutes of releasing the information asking for help locating a suspect, the wife of the unidentified subject and the boy’s mother called the Sheriff’s Office explaining that many people in the area understand the boy is developmentally disabled and several Block Watch people in the community keep an eye out for the boy. Continue reading

Southside & North Mason Schools Win State’s Highest Honor

Two schools in the North Mason School District and in Southside School District are among the 413 schools statewide to be 2013 Washington Achievement Award winners. The Washington Achievement Award is sponsored by the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction and the State Board of Education. Award winners are selected using the state’s Accountability Index and the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) Flexibility Waiver. Continue reading

Shooting May Be Cause of March 28th Outage

Brewer-Road-CutoutOfficials say that the March 28th power outage may have been caused by someone shooting at power equipment. Mason County PUD No. 3 released a picture this week that shows a clean hole in the middle of a damaged cutout, the equipment that holds a fuse. This cutout was removed from an electrical service on Brewer Road near the drive in theater. PUD 3 customers in the area reported loud bangs before losing electricity about 7 PM that night. The PUD is sure that a fuse blowing was the source of the loud noise but it may have been assisted by a bullet. Continue reading

PUD 3 Receives Highest National Recognition for Reliable Electric Operations

MCPUD Logo-ProcessMason PUD No. 3 has received the highest national recognition for reliable ectrict operations from the American Public Power Association (APPA). Monday, PUD 3 was designated as a diamond level utility in this year’s Reliable Public Power Provider (RP3) designation from the APPA. The designation recognizes PUD 3 for providing its customers with the highest degree of reliable and safe electric service. PUD 3 is one of 94 of the nation’s more than 2,000 public power utilities to earn the RP3 recognition and one of 29 to reach the diamond level.  Continue reading