On Feb. 16, 1987, a man was indicted on three charges — first-degree murder, second-degree theft and compounding — connected with the disappearance and death of George Robinson Williamson. The Juneau resident was arrested on Feb. 6 by Alaska State Troopers and was examined for five days by a Juneau grandy jury before the charges were made public Monday afternoon. Another Juneau man was convicted of attempted murder and assault after being accused of choking, attacking and abandoning a woman near Mendenhall Glacier. He was found guilty by a jury trial in the Alaska Supreme Court on Saturday after a two-week deliberation period. While the woman suffered memory loss after her recovery from a fractured skull, the jury did, however, find the man not guilty of second-degree sexual assault.