BELLINGHAM, Wash. — Jeffrey Loren Eagleman, age 32 and of Bellingham, recently pled guilty to numerous felony charges across 4 separate cases in Whatcom County Superior Court. As a result, he has been sentenced to serve 67 months in prison with some of the charges dismissed.
Some of the charges faced by Eagleman stemmed from a Whatcom Gang and Drug Task Force (WGDTF) criminal narcotics investigation launched in late 2022 following a high-speed pursuit with Washington State Patrol troopers in July of 2022.
As a result of the investigation and the arrest subsequent to the high-speed pursuit, Eagleman faced felony charges across 3 cases. He also faced a charge of felony harassment in a 4th case stemming from threats to shoot a domestic violence victim.
Eagleman pled guilty to the following felony charges and was sentenced on May 11th.
- 2 counts possession of controlled substance
- 1st-degree unlawful firearm possession
- maintaining a place for controlled substance violations
- telephone harassment – making threats to kill
Eagleman was sentenced to 60 months in prison followed by 12 months in community custody on the 2 controlled substance charges, 67 months on the firearm charge, 12 months on the maintaining a place for drugs charge and 51 months for the harassment charge. The sentences are to be served concurrently.
Eagleman has prior felony convictions for child molestation, unlawful possession of a controlled substance, 2nd-degree assault with a deadly weapon and failure to register as convicted sex offender.