Four people were indicted by a grand jury in Juneau on Friday, June 28.
According to the indictments provided to the Empire, they are as follows:
• Lorraine G. Paul, 38, was indicted on one count of assault in the second degree for intentionally causing physical injury to “J.P.” with a knife in Juneau on June 22. That’s a class ‘B’ felony that has a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison.
• Christopher R. Netling, 23, was indicted on one count of fraudulent use of an access device for using an access device belonging to Kimberly Netling, with intent to defraud, on Feb. 22, 2012, in Juneau. That’s a class ‘C’ felony that has a maximum penalty of five years in prison.
• Anthony M. Sainz, 18, was indicted on one count of failure to stop at the direction of a peace officer in the first degree. The incident took place in Petersburg on April 10, the document alleges. The offense is a class ‘C’ felony.
• Joshua J. Nicolai, 25, was indicted on one count of vehicle theft in the first degree in connection to an incident on June 22 in Yakutat. That’s also a class ‘C’ felony.
Indictments are formal accusations of illegal activity, and they are not indicative of guilt. The District Attorney’s Office in Juneau presents cases to the grand jury each Friday.
• Contact reporter Emily Russo Miller at 523-2263 or at email@example.com.