Man arrested in Silverdale after allegedly pointing gun at a process server

  • Monday, May 20, 2019 9:41am
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A 57-year-old Silverdale man was arrested on May 16 for allegedly pointing a semi-automatic firearm at a process server.

According to the incident report, two process servers arrived at the residence in the 4900 block of NW Westgate Rd. to serve legal documents. The process server who approached the door said he knocked several times with no answer.

As the process server turned to walk away, a man emerged from the house, per the incident report. The male, later identified as Douglas Haskett, was allegedly carrying a black semi-automatic pistol on his right hip.

The process server stated to authorities that Haskett approached him, yelling for him to get off his property and drew the gun from his holster, raising and pointing it directly at him. As Kitsap County Sheriff’s deputies arrived on scene, they informed Haskett he was under arrest for Assault in the First Degree, according to KCSO.

Deputies entered the residence and seized the fully loaded firearm from the kitchen counter. Haskett’s bail was set at $100,000.

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