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Posted: Friday, February 18, 2005

Births

Recent births at Bartlett Regional Hospital:

• On Feb. 3, 2005, a son, Jason Alexander Hope, weighing 6 pounds 10 ounces, to Priscilla Jean Jordan of Juneau.

• On Feb. 5, 2005, a son, Jacob Joseph St. Clair, weighing 9 pounds 12 ounces, to Inez Cecilia Patterson and Samuel Joseph St. Clair of Juneau.

• On Feb. 7, 2005, a daughter, Elizabeth Sofia Stitz, weighing 6 pounds 2 ounces, to Sofia Lorena Stitz and Kody James Stitz of Juneau.

• On Feb. 10 2005, a son, Keegan Wick Grant, weighing 10 pounds 1 ounce, to Francis Martina Grant and Jeffrey Noel Grant of Juneau.

• On Feb. 12, 2005, a daughter, Leilani Kera Sciaccotta, weighing 7 pounds 1 ounce, to Maimunah Ahmad Sciaccotta and Thomas Lawrence Sciaccotta of Juneau.

Marriage Licenses

The following are new marriage licenses recently filed with the state Bureau of Vital Statistics in Juneau:

Marriage licenses were not available this week.

Courts

Court records show the following legal actions among those taken recently in Juneau Superior and District courts.

Divorces and Dissolutions filed recently:

• Eric Bauer and Nancy Bauer

• Valoris McNaughton and Arlene McNaughton

• Rhonda Meacock and Morey D. Meacock

• Christopher Prindle and Hollie Prindle

Indictments:

• Elizabeth Sosa-Flores, 45, was indicted by a grand jury on a charge of first-degree burglary, stemming from alleged actions of Jan. 29 in a Juneau hotel.

• Kathleen M. Church, 41, was indicted by a grand jury on a charge of second-degree theft, stemming from a Jan. 29 incident involving a local grocery store.

• Peter M. Church, 46, was indicted by a grand jury on a charge of second-degree theft, stemming from a Jan. 29 incident involving a local grocery store.

• Fenton L. Jacobs, 25, was indicted on a charge of third-degree criminal mischief, stemming from a Feb. 5 incident.

• Kelly S. Clark, 27, was indicted by a grand jury on a felony charge of driving under the influence and a misdemeanor charge of driving with a license canceled, suspended or revoked, stemming from a Feb. 6 incident.

Judgments:

• James Jackson, 24, was found guilty of third-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance, stemming from a May 11, 2004, incident where he was alleged to be in possession of methamphetamine. Juneau Superior Court Judge Larry Weeks imposed 18 months in jail with another 18 months suspended. He also placed Jackson on probation for two years.

• Sylvia Alvarado, 27, was found guilty of felony driving under the influence, stemming from a Sept. 22, 2004 incident from which no blood-alcohol level was available. Weeks imposed four months to serve in jail with another 16 months suspended and ordered Alvarado to pay $1,000 of a $10,000 fine with the rest suspended. He also permanently revoked Alvarado's license and placed her on probation for three years.

• Terry L. Stansell, 23, was found guilty of driving under the influence, stemming from a Jan. 29 incident where his blood-alcohol level was measured at .230 percent. Prosecutors dismissed charges of reckless endangerment and driving with a license canceled, suspended or revoked. Juneau District Magistrate John W. Sivertsen Jr. imposed 30 days to serve in jail with another 90 days suspended and ordered Stansell to pay $500 of a $3,000 fine with the rest suspended. He also revoked Stansell's license for one year and placed him on probation for two years.

• Michael F. Doyle Jr., 24, of Sitka, was found guilty of driving under the influence, stemming from a Nov. 5, 2004, incident from which no blood-alcohol concentration is available. Prosecutors dismissed charges of reckless endangerment and driving with a license canceled, suspended or revoked. Sivertsen imposed 25 days to serve in jail, with an additional 45 days suspended and a $3,000 fine. He also revoked Doyle's license for one year and placed him on probation for three years.

• Kirk D. Burke, 34, was found guilty of driving while intoxicated, stemming from a Dec. 24 incident where his blood-alcohol concentration was measured at .129 percent. Prosecutors dismissed two counts of reckless endangerment. Sivertsen imposed three days to serve in jail with another 30 days suspended and ordered Burke to pay $1,500 of a $3,000 fine, with the rest suspended. He also revoked Burke's license for 90 days and placed him on probation for 18 months.

• Joseph W. Vargas, 22, was found guilty of operating a vehicle while intoxicated, stemming from a Feb. 12 incident where his blood-alcohol concentration was measured at .107 percent. Sivertsen imposed three days in jail with another 30 days suspended and ordered Vargas to pay $1,500 toward a $3,000 fine with the rest suspended. He also revoked Vargas' driver's license for 90 days and placed him on probation for 18 months.

• Benjamin J. Schwab, 24, was found guilty of operating a vehicle while intoxicated, stemming from a Jan. 19 incident from which no blood-alcohol concentration was available. Sivertsen imposed six days to serve in jail with another 40 days suspended and ordered Schwab to pay $750 of a $1,500 fine with the rest suspended. He also revoked Schwab's license for 90 days and placed him on probation for one year.

• Alan H. Phillips, 28, was found guilty of refusing a chemical test, stemming from a Jan. 1 incident where he had been charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated, a charge dismissed by prosecutors. Sivertsen imposed three days in jail with another 30 days suspended and ordered Phillips to pay $750 of a $1,500 fine with the rest suspended. He also revoked Phillips driver's license for 90 days and placed him on probation for 18 months.

• Erik T. Nelson, 28, was found guilty of misdemeanor assault, violating a domestic-violence protective order, resisting arrest and four probation violation, stemming from a Dec. 24, 2004, incident. Prosecutors dismissed charges of violating conditions of pretrial release and first-degree unlawful conduct. For assault, Sivertsen imposed 50 days in jail with an additional 130 days suspended, ordered Nelson to pay $1,000 toward a $2,000 fine and placed him on probation for three years. For resisting arrest, he imposed 50 days in jail with another 130 days suspended and three years on probation. For violating a protective order, he imposed 20 days in jail with another 130 days suspended and three years on probation. For probation violations he imposed six days in jail plus 16 days suspended, six days in jail plus 84 days suspended, six days in jail plus 104 days suspended, and six days in jail with 94 days suspended. Sivertsen also suspended fines of $500, $1,000 and $800 and placed Nelson on probation for three years.

• Robert E. Sharclane, 30, was found guilty of misdemeanor assault and two probation violations, stemming from a Dec. 27, 2004, incident. Sivertsen imposed 60 days for the assault. For the probation violations he imposed 15 days with another 165 days suspended and 15 days with another 110 days suspended. Sivertsen also suspended a $1,000 fine and placed Sharclane on probation for two years.

• Valerie Fawcett, 38, was found guilty of disorderly conduct, stemming from a Jan. 8 incident that initially led to a charge of misdemeanor assault. She also was found guilty of three probation violations. For disorderly conduct, Sivertsen imposed 15 days to serve in jail with another 75 days suspended and ordered Fawcett to pay $250 of a $1,000 fine with the rest suspended. For the probation violations, Sivertsen imposed 20 days to serve, five days to serve with 45 days suspended and 10 days to serve with 31 days suspended. He also suspended a $900 fine and placed Fawcett on probation for two years.

• Rosemary J. Kahklen, 32, was found guilty of disorderly conduct, stemming from a Dec. 28, 2004, incident where she originally was charged with misdemeanor assault. Sivertsen suspended a 40-day jail sentenced an ordered Kahklen to pay $100 toward a $500 fine. He also placed her on probation for one year.

• William K. Brown, 45, was found guilty of harassment, stemming from a Dec. 22, 2004 incident. Sivertsen imposed 15 days in jail.

• Jacob A. Zinn, 22, was found guilty of criminal trespass and three probation violations, stemming from a Dec. 18, 2004, incident. For criminal trespass, Sivertsen imposed five days in jail with another 55 days suspended and placed Zinn on probation for two years. For the probation violations, Sivertsen imposed seven days in jail plus 143 days suspended, five days in jail with 20 days suspended and three days in jail. He also suspended fines of $500 and $250.



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