Recent births at Bartlett Regional Hospital:
On Dec. 14, 2003, a son, Dylan Reilly Chilton, weighing 6 pounds 10 ounces, to Shyann Sherry Howard and Douglas Reilly Chilton of Juneau.
On Dec. 22, 2003, a son, Preston Jeffrey Williams, weighing 7 pounds 13 ounces, to Crystal Diana Williams and Shawn Thomas Williams of Juneau.
On Dec. 23, 2003, a son, Carter Lee Walker, weighing 6 pounds 15 ounces, to Michelle Elisabeth Johnson and Casey Lee Walker of Juneau of Juneau.
On Dec. 26, 2003, a son, Luke Andrew Eriksen, weighing 7 pounds 11 ounces, to Deborah Anne Eriksen and Eric Edward Eriksen of Juneau.
Court records show the following legal actions among those taken recently in Juneau Superior and District courts and Hoonah District Court:
Harry L. Grant, 50, was indicted by a grand jury on three felony charges, one alleging kidnapping and two alleging second-degree assault, stemming from actions alleged to have taken place on Dec. 5.
Matthew A. Smith, 30, was indicted by a grand jury on a felony charge of driving while intoxicated and a misdemeanor count of driving with his license canceled, suspended or revoked, stemming from actions alleged to have taken place at or near Skagway on Dec. 21.
Paul Rodriguez, 23, was found guilty of felony second-degree theft stemming from a Sept. 9 incident, and misdemeanor fourth-degree theft, stemming from a May 12 incident. Juneau Superior Court Judge Larry Weeks imposed 36 months in jail with 30 months suspended for the felony and an additional three months with two months suspended for the misdemeanor. Weeks also placed Rodriguez on probation for three years and with a condition that he pay $189.99 in restitution.
Michael Whiting, 36, was found guilty of felony driving under the influence of alcohol, stemming from a July 19 incident. Weeks, noting it was Whiting's seventh drunken-driving conviction and his third felony conviction, imposed five years in jail with two years suspended and a suspended $10,000 fine. He also permanently revoked Whiting's driver's license. Whiting's blood-alcohol level was unavailable.
Kenneth M. Rhodes, 54, was found guilty of misdemeanor attempted fourth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance, stemming from events of April 14 that led to an original charge of felony fourth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance. An investigation by postal inspectors led to an allegation that Rhodes had received methadone in the mail. Juneau Superior Court Judge Patricia Collins imposed 360 days in jail with 320 days suspended and placed Rhodes on probation for one year.
Ricky R. Ostman, 40, was found guilty of a misdemeanor charge of failing to provide information or render assistance at the scene of an accident, stemming from an Oct. 14 incident where he was originally charged with a felony alleging his failure to assist as a driver involved in an accident. Weeks imposed 365 days in jail with 350 days suspended and placed him on probation for three years. He released Ostman's vehicle to him and ordered him to pay the victim restitution, which had not been determined.
Browne L. Willard Jr., 53 was found guilty of criminal trespass, stemming from an Oct. 23 incident. Juneau District Magistrate John W. Sivertsen Jr. imposed 30 days in jail.
Benjamin F. Joseph, 16, was found guilty of operating a vehicle after underage drinking, stemming from an Aug. 9 incident. Sivertsen fined Joseph $1,000 with $750 suspended and placed him on probation for one year. As a condition of probation, he ordered Joseph to complete 40 hours of community service. Prosecutors dismissed charges of driving without a license and underage drinking.
John G. Martin Jr., 40, was found guilty in Hoonah District Court of fourth-degree assault, reckless endangerment and fourth-degree weapons misconduct, stemming from a Dec. 17 incident. Magistrate Joyce Skaflestad imposed sentences of 120 days in jail with 60 days suspended for each of the charges, ordering that they be served at the same time. She also placed Martin on probation for two years, requiring he complete alcohol counseling and anger management training. She also ordered him to forfeit to Hoonah police the weapons seized as evidence in the case.
Newton Lindoff, 41, was found guilty in Hoonah District Court of fourth-degree assault, stemming from a Nov. 30 incident. Angoon Magistrate Daniel J. Johnson Jr. imposed 180 days in jail with 120 days suspended and a $2,500 fine with $2,000 suspended. He also placed Lindoff on probation for two years, with a requirement that Lindoff complete 80 hours of community service.
Wilbur W. James Jr., 48, was found guilty in Hoonah District Court of violating his conditions of release. Skaflestad imposed 10 days in jail and gave him credit for time served after his arrest on the charge.
Stuart W. Mills, 47, was found guilty in Hoonah District Court of violating his conditions of release, stemming from a Nov. 10 incident. Johnson imposed 10 days in jail. Prosecutors dismissed a charge of violating conditions of release, stemming from Nov. 11.