FYI

Posted: Monday, January 03, 2000

Births

Recent births reported by Bartlett Regional Hospital:

On Dec. 11, a son weighing 5 pounds 14.5 ounces, to Dana Stanislava Morales and Hector Morales of Juneau.

On Dec. 16, a son weighing 9 pounds 10 ounces, to Roma Jean Tupou and Paula Matakaiongo Tupou.

On Dec. 17, a son weighing 7 pounds 13.5 ounces, to Annette Dorene Cordle and Robert Price Cordle.

On Dec. 17, a son weighing 7 pounds 7.5 ounces, to Veronica Naka Whitehead and Tyrone Earl Whitehead.

On Dec. 17, a daughter weighing 5 pounds 4 ounces, to Dawn Michele Morris and David Lee Morris.

On Dec. 18, a son weighing 5 pounds 11 ounces, to Kristina Elizabeth Young and Adam Lucas Rogers.

On Dec. 17, a daughter weighing 5 pounds 5 ounces, to Rachel Jo Abel and Thomas Hoyt Hetler of Juneau.

On Dec. 19, a son weighing 5 pounds 11 ounces, to Aletta Carolina Grismore and Dwight David Grismore of Juneau.

Recent births reported by the Juneau Family Birth Center:

On Dec. 20, a daughter weighing 9 pounds and 9 ounces, to Heather Taylor and Stephen Gailliot of Haines.

On Dec. 20, a son weighing 8 pounds 10 ounces, to Lavina Smallwood and Ryan Van Sickle of Juneau.

On Dec. 22, a daughter weighing 6 pounds 11 ounces, to Heather Koyuk and Lane Taylor of Haines.

Business Licenses

The following are new or renewed Juneau business licenses filed as of Dec. 29, 1999:

Charles D. Buggs, owner, Maskman Enterprises (independent artists, writers and performers).

Kari L. Lindsey, owner, Kari Lindsey Secretarial.

Wendy L. Nelson, owner, Independent Kitchen Consultant (The Pampered Chef) (direct selling establishments).

Robert Shaw, assistant secretary, representing Blackbaud, Inc., LLC (of Charleston, S.C.).

Fredrick Flood and Nancy E. Deutschman, partners, Certain Charm Day Care.

Charles D. Youngquist, owner, Mt. Riley Co., Haines (motion picture and video industries).

Debra L. Stevens, owner, Playtime Daycare.

Norman C. Purvis, owner, Purvis Rental (lessors of real estate).

Julia F. Smith-Kibby, secretary/treasurer, representing Chatham Electric Inc., LLD (electrical contractors).

Bonnie L. Lanz, owner as well as youth advocate/activity specialist, representing Lanz Consulting (individual and family services).

Cindy Dollarhide, owner, Cindy Dollarhide (child day care services).

DJM Bowes, owner, Artemis Enterprise (personal care services).

Billy J. Williams, manager and owner, BLT Rentals (lessors of real estate).

David G. Gress, owner, Crystal Media (motion picture and video industries).

Thomas B. Biss, publisher, The Daily Review (newspaper/periodical/database publisher).

Robert A. Dilley, Shannon L. Dilley, partners, Treetop Bed & Breakfast.

Sandra Griswold, owner, Sandra Assisted Living Home.

Mrs. Kris Brooks, owner, Mrs. Kris Brooks (child day care services).

Charles D. Schroth, owner, Fjord Flying Service (non-scheduled air transportation).

Milton Fred, owner, Milton Fred, a corporation (child day care services).

Stanley Ray Callahan, partner, TLC Photography (independent artists, writers and performers).

Marriage Licenses

The following are new Juneau marriage licenses filed with the state Bureau of Vital Statistics as of Dec. 29, 1999:

Larry Thomas Daly, 55, and Nancy A. Morris, 65, both of Juneau.

Hector M. Marrero, 24, and Sokha Chan, 18, of Juneau.

Alexander Van Duyn, 26, of Oakland, Calif., and Dorothea Elizabeth Casperson, 28, of San Rafael, Calif.

Arthur Roy Johnson, 32, and Jennifer Marie Colby, 22, of Juneau.

William Todd Hunt, 29, and Therese Rosalie Thibodeau, 44, of Juneau.

Jeffry Lee Lind, 29, and Ann Marie Wilkinson, 39, of Juneau.

Rick Gene Mitchell, 32, and Victoria Rose Alex, 27, both of Juneau.

Anthony Luke Padilla, 19, and Tonya Marie Tipikin, 18, of Juneau.

Fernando I. Rado, 38, and Elsie M. Pizzuto, 43, of Juneau.

Courts

Court records show the following legal actions among those taken in Juneau Superior and District courts through Dec. 29. (Note: In an effort to protect potential victims, the Empire does not list domestic violence orders issued.)

Divorces and Dissolutions Filed

James DeVincent and Judith DeVincent.

Judgments

John J. Foster, 27, of Juneau, was found guilty of driving while intoxicated and of driving with a blood-alcohol level of 0.223 percent stemming from his actions on Dec. 15. Judge Peter B. Froehlich sentenced Foster to pay a fine of $1,000 with $500 suspended; to serve 65 days in jail with 40 suspended; to revocation of his driver's license for a year; to enroll in, pay for and complete a substance abuse treatment course; to pay a $75 surcharge; to pay an incarceration fee of $1,000; to violate no laws; to satisfy the sentence on all counts; and to two years probation. He as further fined guilty of driving without a valid license; for this he was fined $100.

Foster was also found guilty of sixth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance stemming from his Dec. 15 activities. On this charge, Froehlich sentenced him to document and complete 10 hours of Community Work Service by Feb. 5, and to attend a status hearing on Feb. 9.

Jacqueline Hunter, 33, of Juneau, was found innocent of charges of both disorderly conduct and criminal trespass stemming from an incident on Oct. 5. However, she was found guilty of violating conditions of release stemming from an Oct. 17 incident. Judge Froehlich sentenced her to 20 days in jail; to pay a $50 surcharge; to violate no laws.

In a hearing before Judge Froehlich, Joel W. Taplin, 27, of Maine, was found innocent of the crime of disorderly conduct stemming from an incident on Sept. 7 at Glacier Manor. The district attorney dismissed the charge.

Steven D. Carroll, 35, was found guilty on two counts of violating the conditions of his probation stemming from an offense on Dec. 21; and of driving while his license was invalid on Oct. 11. On the probation violations, Froehlich sentenced him to serve 30 days in jail with 27 suspended on each count, time to run consecutively. Carroll was also sentenced to a substance abuse treatment program; to two years probation. On the matter of the license violation, Froehlich sentenced him to pay a fine of $750 with $600 suspended; to serve 50 days with 40 suspended; to revocation of his license for 90 days; and to be transported to Glacier Manor after his time is served at the Lemon Creek Correctional Center.

Further, Carroll was not to consume alcohol or go where it is sold or served except as required for work.

Russell J. Sheakley, 18, was found guilty of three counts of violating terms of probation stemming from incidents on Dec. 16. He was also found guilty of having a minor on premises, stemming from an Aug. 7 incident; and guilty of sixth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance stemming from a Sept. 10 incident. Judge Froehlich gave him jail time on all five charges - a total of 85 days with credit for time already served. He was also to pay restitution and old fines; to pay surcharges; and to three years probation on the drug charge.

Gary E. Daiker, 49, was found guilty of driving while intoxicated and driving with a blood-alcohol level of 0.219 percent stemming from incidents on Dec. 17. Judge Froehlich sentenced him to pay a fine of $1,500 with $1,250 suspended; to serve 180 days in jail with 165 suspended; to revocation of his operator's license for 90 days; to a substance abuse treatment course; to two years probation; to pay $75 surcharge; to pay $270 incarceration fee; to see counseling through Juneau Mental Health and to seek and maintain employment and submit quarterly reports about that employment to the district attorney's office staring April 1, 2000.

Daiker was also found guilty of driving without a valid operator's license. For that, Froehlich sentenced him to serve 180 days with 165 suspended - to run consecutively with previous sentence.

Mican J. Delong, 16, was found guilty of driving without a valid operator's license stemming from an incident on Dec. 16. Froehlich suspended imposition of sentence and ordered Delong to pay a $50 surcharge; to violate no laws; to pay a fine of $100; and to enroll in the Alternative School and remain in good standing there. Froehlich specified that Delong may do community work service in lieu of paying the fine imposed.

Shelley E. Reynolds, 21, of Taylorsville, Utah, was found guilty of fraudulent use of a credit card for between $50 and $500, stemming from an Aug. 32 incident. Judge Peter B. Froehlich suspended imposition of sentence and put Reynolds on probation for a year. She was to pay a fine of $200 to the court and to pay restitution if requested by the district attorney.

Timothy P. Burrows, 35, of Juneau, was found guilty of disorderly conduct stemming from an incident on Oct. 20. Froehlich imposed sentence of a fine of $1,000 with $900 suspended; 90 days in jail with 83 suspended; to a substance abuse treatment course; to pay a $50 surcharge within 10 days of Dec. 17; to probation of 18 months; to anti-violence training; and to violate no laws.

Kenneth W. Shaquanie, 21, was found guilty of disorderly conduct stemming from an incident on Sept. 25. Judge Froehlich sentenced him to pay a fine of $1,000 with $1,000 suspended; to serve 90 days with 90 suspended; to a substance abuse treatment course; to pay a $50 surcharge; to see a doctor about Naltrexone treatment; to satisfy all old fines before release or serve off; to work full time after release and furnish quarterly reports to the city; to a hearing on Feb. 28; and to three years probation.

Shaquanie was found guilty on two counts of violation of terms of probation stemming from Sept. 27 incidents. For each he was sentenced to pay a fine of $500 and to serve 35 days in jail.

However, a charge of failure to appear against Shaquanie stemming from an Oct. 6 incident was dismissed.

John M. Schneider, 21, was found guilty of driving while intoxicated stemming from an incident on Oct. 13, 1999. Judge Froehlich sentenced him to pay a fine of $500 with $250 suspended; to serve 33 days in the custody of the Commissioner of Corrections with 30 suspended; to revocation of his driver's license for 90 days; to a substance abuse treatment course; to pay cost of incarceration; to comply with sentence; and to a year's probation.

Schneider was also found guilty of furnishing alcoholic beverages to persons under 21 on Oct. 13. For this crime, Froehlich sentenced him to serve 45 days with 40 suspended; and a year's probation.

Daniel M. Brux, 36, was found guilty of assault stemming from an incident on Oct. 18. Froehlich sentenced Brux to pay a fine of $2,000 with $1,750 suspended; to serve 120 days with 100 suspended; to pay a $50 surcharge by Dec. 23; to complete 40 hours of Community Work Service through Gastineau Human Services; to apply bail to fines and surcharge; and to three years probation.

Brux was also found guilty of violation of probation stemming from an Oct. 19 incident. For this he was sentenced to pay restitution as ordered.

Anthony A. Hays, 46, was found guilty of three counts of violating conditions of probation stemming from an incident on Oct. 8. Froehlich sentenced him to pay a fine of $1,000 with $950 suspended; to serve 90 days with 90 suspended; to a substance abuse treatment program; to seek and maintain employment; and to three years probation. On one of the counts, he was sentenced additionally to enroll in and complete an anger management course.

Daniel F. Roberts, 44, was found guilty of violating a domestic violence order stemming from an incident on Dec. 14. Magistrate John W. Sivertsen Jr. sentenced him to 120 days in jail with 100 suspended; pay a $50 surcharge; violate no laws; comply with sentence; and two years probation.

Wayne S. Osborne, 23, was found guilty of assault stemming from an incident on Oct. 16. Judge Peter B. Froehlich fined him $1,000 with $750 suspended; to serve 45 days with 45 suspended; to a substance abuse treatment course; to pay a $50 surcharge; to 40 hours of CWS; to an alternative to violence course; to seek and maintain employment of $800 per month with quarterly reports beginning Jan. 30, 2000; and a year's probation.

Okcha Kim, 49, was charged with driving while intoxicated and of driving with a blood-alcohol level of 0.107 percent stemming from an Aug. 10 incident. He was found guilty of a lesser charge, reckless driving. Judge Froehlich sentenced him to 33 days in jail with 30 suspended; to 30 days revocation of his operator's license; to a substance abuse treatment course; to pay a $75 surcharge; and to a year's probation.

Timothy J. Grussendorf, 34, was found guilty of a commercial fishing violation stemming from an incident on July 27. Froehlich fined him $7,000 with $3,500 suspended; to pay a $50 surcharge; to violate no fish and game laws; and to a year's probation.

Leroy Jacobs, 22, was found guilty of disorderly conduct stemming from a Sept. 10 incident. Magistrate Sivertsen sentenced him to serve 20 days in jail; and to pay a $50 surcharge.

Phillip Major Jr., 43, was found guilty of assault stemming from a Nov. 5 incident. Froehlich sentenced him to pay a fine of $1,500 with $1,400 suspended; to serve 245 days in jail with 200 suspended; to pay a $50 surcharge; to anti-violence training; and to three years probation.

Kevin A. Williams, 36, was found guilty of violating conditions of probation stemming from a Dec. 20 incident, and of driving while intoxicated stemming from an Oct. 26 incident. On the probation charge, Froehlich sentenced him to serve 87 days with 82 suspended; to a substance abuse treatment course; and to two years probation. On the DWI charge, Williams was sentenced to pay a fine of $1,000 with $500 suspended; to serve 90 days in jail with 65 suspended - sentence to run consecutively; to pay a $50 surcharge by Dec. 30; and to commit no criminal violations for a period of two years.

Robert J. Ridgeway, 19, was found guilty of driving with no valid operator's license. Froehlich sentenced him to pay a fine of $200 with $100 suspended; to a year's probation; to violate no laws; to pay a surcharge of $50. The fine could be paid at a rate of $5/hour of Community Work Service (CWS), with proof to court clerk.

Alice R. Milton, 19, was found guilty of contempt of court stemming from an incident on Dec. 16 and guilty of driving without a valid operator's license stemming from a Nov. 8 incident. On the invalid license charge, Froehlich suspended sentence and placed Milton on a year's probation. She was to pay a fine of $100 to the court by Jan. 17; to pay a $50 surcharge; and to be fingerprinted at the Lemon Creek Correctional Center on Dec. 16. She could satisfy her fine with CWS at $5/hour.

On the contempt of court charge, Milton was further fined $50.

Shane P. Paddock, 26, was found guilty of two counts of violating conditions of probation stemming from a Dec. 6 incident. Judge Froehlich imposed a fine of $1,000 with $1,000 suspended; 85 days with 85 suspended; a substance abuse treatment course; an anti-violence course; two years probation.

Anthony A. Haube, 27, of Petersburg, was found guilty of three counts of violating conditions of probation, all three stemming from a Dec. 13 incident. On the first count, Judge Patricia A. Collins imposed a sentence of 90 days in jail with 45 suspended; a substance abuse treatment course; and two years probation. On the second count, Collins sentenced Haube to 30 days in jail; on the third count, 20 days in jail.

Terry P. Jones, 43, was found guilty of violating conditions of probation stemming from a Dec. 14 incident. Magistrate John W. Sivertsen Jr. sentenced him to pay a fine of $750 with $750 suspended; 90 days in jail with90 suspended; a substance abuse treatment program; an anti-violence course; a year's probation; to violate no laws; to not consume or possess alcohol or enter where it is sold or served.

Bridget E. Lander, 31, was found guilty of resisting arrest/interfering with an officer stemming from a Sept. 5 incident. Sivertsen sentenced her to 60 days in jail with 55 suspended; to a substance abuse treatment course; to pay cost of incarceration of $390; to two years of probation. She was also found guilty of assault and sentenced to five days in jail on that charge.

John E. Katasse, 40, of Douglas, was found guilty of driving while intoxicated and of driving with a blood-alcohol content of 0.149 percent stemming from an Oct. 5 incident. Sivertsen sentenced him to pay a fine of $1,000 with $500 suspended; to 60 days in jail with 40 suspended; to revocation of his operator's license for a year; to a substance abuse treatment course; to two years probation.

Lisa A. Gatensby, 38, was found guilty of driving while intoxicated and of driving with a blood-alcohol content of 0.233 percent stemming from an Oct. 4 incident. Sivertsen sentenced her to pay a fine of $500 with $250 suspended; to revocation of her license for 90 days; to serve 45 days in jail with 39 suspended; to pay a $75 surcharge; to a substance abuse treatment course; to pay cost of incarceration of $265; to violate no laws; and to probation for a year.

After being charged with third-degree assault, Merle Johnson (age not supplied) was found guilty of fourth-degree assault stemming from an Oct. 29 incident. Judge Larry R. Weeks ordered him to serve a year in jail, with release in order to participate in Ravens Way. If Johnson successfully completed Ravens Way, the court might modify its sentence, Weeks said. Johnson was also to pay a $50 surcharge.

Everette J. Glover, 32, of Hoonah, was found guilty of assault stemming from an incident on July 25. Judge Froehlich sentenced him to pay a fine of $5,000 with $5,000 suspended; to 180 days in jail with 140 suspended; to a substance abuse treatment course; to pay a $50 surcharge by Dec. 26; to commit no criminal violations for four years; and to four years probation.

Jeffery R. Temple, 22, of Juneau was found guilty of violating terms of probation stemming from a Dec. 9 incident. Froehlich sentenced him to pay a fine of $500; to 10 days in jail with 10 suspended; to a substance abuse treatment course; to pay an outstanding $50 surcharge; and to a year's probation.

Cedric W. Jones, 25, of Auke Bay, was found guilty of violating terms of probation stemming from a Dec. 9 incident. Sivertsen fined him $500 and committed him to five days in jail.

Jeffrey A. Isturis, 40, was found guilty of assault stemming from an Oct. 7 incident. Judge Froehlich sentenced him to not consume alcohol or go where it is sold or served; and 18 months probation.

Shane C. Abbott, 23, was found guilty of furnishing alcoholic beverages to persons under 21 stemming from an Aug. 4 incident. Froehlich sentenced him to pay a fine of $2,000 with $1,750 suspended; to serve 30 days with 25 suspended; to a substance abuse treatment course; to pay a $50 surcharge; and to two years probation. He was also found guilty of violation of conditions stemming from an Oct. 12 incident. On this charge he was to serve 30 days with 25 suspended; to pay a $50 surcharge; and to two years probation.

Donna L. Berkley, 43, of Petersburg, was found guilty of sixth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance stemming from a Dec. 12 incident. Froehlich sentenced him to pay a fine of $100; to pay a $50 surcharge; to document and complete 20 hours CWS by Feb. 4; and to a year's probation.

Eli P. Hanlon III, 19, was found guilty of driving in violation of a restricted license stemming from a Dec. 7 offense. Froehlich suspended imposition of sentence and placed the defendant on six months probation. He also fined him a $50 surcharge.

Keyla R. Baker, 17, was found guilty of driving without a valid operator's license stemming from a Dec. 4 incident. Froehlich fined her $200 with $100 suspended; and a year's probation. She was also to pay a $50 surcharge.

Sherry K. Benkie, 20, of Sitka, was found guilty of minor on premises stemming from a Nov. 27 incident. Froehlich suspended imposition of sentence and placed her on a year's probation; plus a fine of $200; plus a $50 surcharge.

Melandy M. Vonda, 19, of Juneau was found guilty of driving without a valid operator's license. Froehlich placed her on probation for one year; said she was to pay a fine of $100; plus a surcharge of $50.

Johnny R. Ruiz, 24, was found guilty of driving without a valid operator's license stemming from a Dec. 13 incident. He was placed on probation for six months; fined $100; surcharged $50.

Merle W. Johnson, 33, was found guilty of three counts of violation of conditions of probation, all three stemming from a Dec. 23 incident. On the first count, Judge Froehlich sentenced him to pay a fine of $1,000; to 90 days in jail; and to participate in all available alcohol and drug treatment programs while incarcerated. On the second count, Johnson was fined $300 and given 140 days in jail. On the third count, he was fined $1,000 and to serve 55 days in jail. He was further sentenced to work off or pay all fines before release.

Kevin Willis, 33, was found guilty of violation of conditions of probation stemming from a Dec. 23 incident. Judge Froehlich sentenced hi to pay a fine of $1,000, to serve 160 days in jail, and to participate in all available anger-management and alcohol treatment while in custody.

Christine L. Yatchmenoff, 34, was found guilty of violating conditions of probation stemming from a Dec. 23 incident. Froehlich sentenced her to pay a fine of $900 with $900 suspended; to serve 100 days in jail with 95 suspended; to a substance abuse treatment course; to attend parenting classes starting Jan. 29 as well as three Alcoholics Anonymous meetings per week; and to a Naltrexone hearing on Feb. 28. Yatchmenoff was also placed on probation for two years.

Amanda L. Harding, 20, was found guilty of negligent driving stemming from an Oct. 10 incident. Froehlich sentenced her to pay a fine of $200 by Feb. 23.

Shirley A. Osborne, 21, was found guilty of driving with no valid operator's license stemming from an Oct. 10 incident. Froehlich sentenced her to pay a fine of $1,000 with $800 suspended; to serve 40 days with 40 suspended; to pay a $50 surcharge; to complete 90 hours of CWS; to a year's probation. She was also found guilty of violating conditions of probation stemming from a Dec. 23 incident.

Brandon M. Roomsburg, 18, was found guilty of sixth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance, stemming from a Sept. 6 incident. He was also found guilty of violating conditions of probation stemming from a Dec. 23 incident. Froehlich suspended five days jail time, and placed Roomsburg on probation for a year.

Charles Murphy Evan, 51, was found guilty of second-degree assault stemming from a June 22 incident. Superior Court Judge Larry Weeks sentenced Evan to six years in jail during which time he was to take an anger management program and victim impact program. A total of two years of the six is suspended for five years on the condition that Evan successfully complete probation. Probation was for a period of five years, during which he was to possess no weapons or firearms; submit blood or other sample for DNA testing; and, at the request of probation officers, be tested for sexually transmitted diseases including HIV, gonorrhea, syphilis, hepatitis B and C.



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