Recent births that occurred at Bartlett Regional Hospital:
On Jan. 2, 2003, a daughter, Aaliyah Sky Starr, weighing 8 pounds 6 ounces, to Kathleen Marie Starr, of Juneau.
On Jan. 18, a son, Richard LeRoy Hayes IV, weighing 7 pounds 8 ounces, to Devra Fay Roberts and Richard LeRoy Hayes III, of Juneau.
On Jan. 19, a daughter, Josephine Claire Engstrom, weighing 6 pounds 15 ounces, to Becky Jo Engstrom and Andrew Allan Engstrom, of Juneau.
On Jan. 19, a daughter, Musashi Laie League, weighing 4 pounds 9 ounces, to Mia Kerensa League and Genji Tanner League, of Juneau.
On Jan. 23, a son, William Cody Grimmett, weighing 8 pounds 11 ounces, to Jadey Ann Grimmett and Scott Leeman Grimmett, of Juneau.
On Jan. 24, a son, Justice Joseph Grass, weighing 8 pounds 2 ounces, to Cecilia Christina Ryman and Erving Jacob Grass, of Yakutat.
On Jan. 25, a daughter, Kiana Grace Parfitt, weighing 8 pounds 4 ounces, to Shelly Ann Parfitt and Marc Raymond Parfitt, of Juneau.
On Jan. 25, a daughter, Tatum Shay Willard Wythe, weighing 8 pounds 1 ounce, to Kace Rae Wythe, of Juneau.
On Jan. 26, a daughter, Kyliana Star Strickland, weighing 7 pounds 12 ounces, to Teresa M. Strickland and Matthew Kaihe Strickland of Juneau.
Recent births that occurred at Juneau Family Birth Center:
Recent births to residents of Juneau that occurred outside Juneau:
The following are new marriage licenses filed with the state Bureau of Vital Statistics in Juneau as of Jan. 31, 2003:
The following are the new and renewed business licenses filed with the state's Department of Community and Economic Development as of Jan. 31, 2003:
Elaine Lenox, sole proprietor, Downtown video and Minnow's Cove (other miscellaneous retailers).
Robert K. Reges Jr., managing member of the limited liability company, Law Offices of Reges and Boone, LLC (legal services).
Jerome A. Kristjanson and Rebecca Kristjanson, partners, RJ Services (services to buildings and dwellings).
Margaret C. Moline, sole proprietor, No Place Like Home (home decorating).
John M. Krehlik, president of the corporation Alaska Sleep Clinic Inc. (outpatient care centers).
Barbara J. Belknap, sole proprietor, B.J. Belknap and Associates, (management, scientific, technology and environmental services).
Marie Darlin, chairwoman, of the corporation or limited liability corporation, Pioneer Book Committee (newspapers, periodical, and book publishers).
Randy L. Schmidt, sole proprietor, Do-Doo-Day Care (child day care center).
Court records show the following legal actions among those taken in Juneau Superior and District courts through Jan. 31, 2003. Actions in Hoonah District Court are included at the request of the magistrate.
Kevin M. Howard, 29, was found guilty of sixth-degree misconduct, a misdemeanor, stemming from an offense of Sept. 16.
District Judge Peter B. Froehlich sentenced him to pay a $100 fine and placed on probation for one year with the standard conditions of release which include not violating any laws, complying with the sentence, committing no crimes and paying the cost of incarceration and a misdemeanor surcharge.
He also was found guilty of driving without a valid driver's license, a misdemeanor, stemming from an offense of Dec. 31.
He was fined $100 and placed on probation for one year with the standard conditions of release.
Charles Littlefield, 30, was found guilty of unlawful evasion, a misdemeanor, stemming from an offense of Oct. 12.
The original charge was second-degree escape, a felony.
Superior Court Judge Larry Weeks sentenced him to 30 days in jail and a $50 surcharge.
He also was found guilty of felony drunken driving and eluding a police officer, also a felony, stemming from an offense of Dec. 24.
Weeks sentenced him to five years in jail.
Servando P. Ramirez, 46, was found guilty of disorderly conduct, a misdemeanor, stemming from an offense of Jan. 7.
The original charge was assault - recklessly causing injury, a misdemeanor.
Froehlich sentenced him to a $500 fine with $350 suspended, 30 days in jail with 27 days suspended and placed him on probation for one year with the standard conditions of release. He also is prohibited from contacting the victim.
Leon Scroggins, 29, was found guilty of felony drunken driving and driving without a license stemming from an offense of April 4.
Weeks imposed three years with two years suspended and 90 days. This was time that was suspended in a prior case and re-imposed. Weeks also gave Scroggins 180 additional days and placed him on three years of felony probation with the standard conditions of release which include seeking and maintaining employment, obeying the conditions of probation, not associating with known felons, possessing no weapons, enter a victim's impact, cognitive awareness and DWI risk management counseling, not using drugs, not consuming alcohol or going where it is sold or served, not driving a vehicle, be subject to a breath or urine test for drugs and a search, entering a drug rehabilitation as well as an anger management program.
James L. Wright, 45, was found guilty of drunken driving, a misdemeanor, stemming from an offense of Nov. 15.
His blood alcohol level was 0.194 percent. It is illegal to drive with a blood alcohol level more than 0.08 percent.
Froehlich sentenced him to a $3,000 fine with $2,500 suspended, 49 days in jail with 40 days suspended, a 90-day driver's license revocation, to enroll in, pay for and complete the Juneau Action Safety Program and placed him on probation for one year with the standard conditions of release. He is also prohibited from consuming liquor and from going where it is sold or served.
Samantha A. Williams, 24, was found guilty of disorderly conduct stemming from an offense of Aug. 9.
She originally was charged with assault-recklessly causing injury.
Froehlich sentenced her to pay a $500 fine with $250 suspended, 30 days in jail with 25 days suspended and placed her on probation for one year with the standard conditions of release.
Jose Munoz, 30, was found guilty of felony drunken driving stemming from an offense of April 5.
Weeks sentenced him to three years in jail, a $5,000 fine, a three-year driver's license suspension.
Zachary Salter, 20, was found guilty of second-degree theft and first-degree criminal trespass, both felonies, stemming from an offense of July 30.
Weeks sentenced him to two years and 45 days in prison with one year suspended and two years of probation with the standard conditions of release. He also must perform 20 hours of community work service and pay $1,217.01 in restitution.
Joshua Stephenson, 30, was found guilty of felony drunken driving stemming from an offense of Nov. 16.
Weeks sentenced him to three years, a permanent driver's license revocation, a $10,000 fine with $10,000 suspended.
Karen Jim, 34, was indicted Jan. 17 by a Juneau grand jury on a felony charge of third-degree assault stemming from an incident of Nov. 26. The indictment alleges Jim caused physical injury to a person with a baseball bat.
Mark Hughes, 26, was indicted by a Juneau grand jury Jan. 17 on four counts of third-degree assault, one count of third-degree criminal mischief, all felonies, and one misdemeanor count of fourth-degree criminal mischief. The incident allegedly took place in Haines.
The indictment alleges Hughes placed four people in fear of being injured with a knife and damaged property.
Steven Furrell, 30, was indicted by a Juneau grand jury two counts of issuing a bad check, and two counts of second degree theft, both felonies, stemming from incidents of December 16 and 24, 2002.
He is accused of buying a 1992 Ford Taurus from Mike Hatch Jeep and issuing 18 checks to the Alaska Marine Highway System as he allegedly traveled from Juneau to Bellingham.