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Centralia man out of jail less than a day faces another charge for false 911 calls

Centralia man out of jail less than a day faces another charge for false 911 calls

Travis Pokojski and Jacob Williamson.   Marion County Sheriff’s office photos.

A 32-year-old Centralia man faces a second new count of felony disorderly conduct for allegedly making false 911 calls less than 24 hours after getting out of jail for his first offense.

Marion County Sheriff’s Deputies say they received six 911 calls within 13 minutes from Travis Pokojski asking for a ride from a home on Gladys Lane off Green Street Road to Centralia. When deputies went to the home to arrest Pokojski late Tuesday night they allegedly found methamphetamine laying on the kitchen table of the home.

As a result, 33-year-old Jacob Williamson of Gladys Drive in Centralia was taken into custody for possession of meth.

Pokojski had bond set at $7,500 on the new felony disorderly conduct charge, while Williamson had bond set at $5,000 on the meth charge during their first appearances in court on Wednesday.

Pokojski had been charged with his first count of felony disorderly conduct after allegedly making 21 false 911 calls to the Centralia Police Department earlier this week. While Pokojski didn’t want an attorney after his first arrest, he was appointed the public defender in court on Wednesday. A pretrial is set for October 15th.

Williamson also had the public defender appointed to represent him.