Skylar Glasby, of Dayton, pleaded not guilty to six felony charges in Walla Walla County Superior Court in connection to an incident in which he was shot while allegedly attempting to burglarize a Walla Walla resident.

Meanwhile, as a result of the new charges, he’s facing a DOSA sentence violation hearing connected to a past conviction.

In 2022, Glasby was sentenced to 20 months in jail as part of a Drug Offender Sentencing Alternative, or DOSA sentence, after pleading guilty to possessing meth with intent to deliver and possession of stolen goods.

The DOSA sentence was to include 40 months of treatment — 20 months while jailed and 20 more months after his release.

However, because of credits, he did not receive the entire 20 months of in-custody treatment.

Court documents show that on June 6, 2022, Glasby was issued credit of 48 days for good behavior and 162 days for time served.

Then in August, in a correction by the court, he was issued 26 additional days for time served.

Altogether, he received 236 days — almost eight months — of credit.

Glasby was in court Monday, May 1, for a DOSA violation hearing. However, he was assigned a new attorney — John L. Hartzell III — and the hearing was rescheduled to Monday, June 12.

Previously, at his Monday, April 24, arraignment on his new charges, he pleaded not guilty and moved to disqualify Walla Walla County Superior Court Judge M. Scott Wolfram from presiding over his case, which was granted.

No reason for the request is listed in available court documents.

The case is now moving to Walla Walla County Superior Court Judge Brandon L. Johnson’s courtroom and documents state further hearings are still to be scheduled.

Glasby is charged with residential burglary, harassment with threat to kill, two counts of unlawful possession of a firearm and two counts of possession of a stolen firearm.

Jeremy Burnham can be reached at or 509-526-8321.


Jeremy covers courts, public safety and education for the Union-Bulletin. He graduated from Eastern Washington University in 2019 with a degree in journalism. He pursued a career in journalism in his 30s because he feels real, dependable news is important now more than ever. He aims to shine a light on both the good and bad that happens in the Valley. He is a big fan of all the EWU sports teams. Jeremy grew up in California but has lived in eastern Washington since 2001. When he’s not working, Jeremy loves spending time with his wife, Hanna, and their Goldendoodle, Nala. Follow Jeremy on Twitter @ub_jeremy.  

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