A bench warrant in the amount of $50,000 was issued for the arrest of La Bokeo, 40, of Orland, for failure to appear in Colusa County Superior Court at the scheduled time on April 19 to enter a plea on felony charges. Bokeo was arrested by the California Highway Patrol on Jan. 31 in the area of Interstate 5 and Husted Road is facing charges alleging assault with a deadly weapon and assault with means likely to produce injury.
Bench warrants totaling $40,000 were issued for the arrest of Zachary David Pomfret, 38, of Colusa, for failing to appear in Colusa County Superior Court on April 19 to enter a plea on charges alleging burglary and drug possession. Pomfret, who has a lengthy criminal history in Colusa County, was arrested by a Colusa County Sheriff’s deputy following a traffic stop on Highway 20 on Nov. 9, 2020. The Colusa Police Department, which was in charge of the burglary investigation, issued multiple search warrants in Colusa and Meridian in connection with the case.
Bench warrants were issued totaling $200,000 for the arrest of Jorge Rodriquez Tavera, 31, of Williams, for failure to appear in Colusa County Superior Court at the scheduled time on April 19 for court proceedings on six criminal complaints. Tavera was arrested by the Williams Police officers on July 12 on charges alleging stalking, making criminal threats, cruelty to a child/endangerment, and drug possession. He is scheduled to stand trial on July 22 and has pleaded not guilty.
A bench warrant in the amount of $50,000 was issued for Derick Michael Garcia, 25, of Sacramento for failure to appear in Colusa County Superior Court on April 19 for resetting of trial on charges alleging corporal injury to a spouse, assault my beans likely to produce great bodily injury, possession of drug paraphernalia, and domestic violence. Williams Police officers arrested on Dec. 28, 2019. He has pleaded not guilty.
A no-bail warrant was issued April 19 for the arrest of Dakota Andrew Taylor Dietler, 23, of Arbuckle, for failing to report to jail following sentencing. Dietler was convicted July 1, 2020, and sentenced to serve eight days in jail and 36 months probation after he pleaded no contest to second-degree burglary and theft from an elder-dependent adult.