FYI

Posted: Friday, March 24, 2000

Births

Recent births reported by Bartlett Regional Hospital:

On March 13, a son weighing 8 pounds and 11 ounces, to Michelle Deborah Martin and Michael August Martin of Kake.

On March 13, a daughter weighing 8 pounds 5 ounces, to Kristin Kay Dzinich and Kurt Selim Dzinich Jr., of Juneau.

On March 15, a daughter weighing 8 pounds 9 ounces, to Carrie Marie Macaulay and Andrew Ellis Macaulay.

On March 16, a daughter weighing 9 pounds 4.5 ounces, to MaryAnne Elizabeth Risley and Ivan Robert Gephart II, of Juneau.

On March 16, a daughter weighing 7 pounds, to Ginalyn Garcia Markovich and Robert Ernist Markovich.

On March 18, a son weighing 5 pounds 7.5 ounces, to Dusty Maey Labadie and Brett Arthur McCurley of Douglas.

On March 19, a daughter weighing 8 pounds 10.5 ounces, to Crystal Ann Druley and Timothy Jay Nelson of Juneau.

On March 19, a daughter weighing 7 pounds 15.5 ounces, to Sheila Eileen Dyer and Leonardo Alberto Novoa of Juneau.

On March 19, a son weighing 6 pounds 4.5 ounces, to Amy Alissa Lowry and Garry Fulton Lowry.

On March 20, a son weighing 8 pounds 15.5 ounces, to Kristin Jane Schultz and Darin Richard Schultz.

Business Licenses

The following are new or renewed Juneau business licenses filed as of March23:

Jeremiah Blankenship, owner, Tourist Information Center (scenic and sightseeing transportation, land and water).

Jennifer P. Zeckser, owner, Independent Avon Sales.

Edward P. Darragh, general manager, representing Alaska Gem Company, LLC, Doing Business As (DBA) Rachat & Romero Jewelers.

Robert E. Chernikoff, owner, The Tree Service, DBA Wallace Tree Service.

Jeremy Bauer, owner, representing Rylon Don LLC, a corporation or limited liability company, owners of Franklin Groove (thevicsplace.com) (book, periodical and music store; piercing, tattoo).

Emma L. Smith, owner, Emma's Day Care.

Nancy Douglas, camp director, representing Chilkoot Culture Camp, Kloot Kwaan (other schools and instruction).

Loretta M. Knightlinger, owner, Loretta Knightlinger (direct selling establishment).

Matthew C. Cecil, owner, The Rock Dump Indoor Climbing Gym (recreational facility).

Teresa M. Hill, owner, Northern Creations (computer systems design and related services).

Jack M. Watkins, partner, Glacier Fresh Air Co., a Corporation or Limited Liability Company (electronics and appliances store).

Bobbi J. Epperly, and Esther K. Epperly, partners, The Art Department (other miscellaneous store retailers).

Kristopher W. Seaman, proprietor and musical instructor, Lumen Gentium Music Studio, Juneau.

Lee A. Grierson, new owner, Ocean Services (construction exempt from contractor registration), Auke Bay.

Dave L. Estes, owner, Estes Consulting Company (management, science and technical consulting services), Juneau.

Marriage Licenses

The following are new Juneau marriage licenses filed with the state Bureau of Vital Statistics as of March 23:

Per Alvin Killerich Frederiksen, 37, of Hvalsoe, Denmark, and Theresa A. Windred, 37, of Juneau.

Samuel Lee, 39, of Juneau, and Katrina E. Tibbles, 25, of Juneau.

Courts

Court records show the following legal actions among those taken in Juneau Superior and District courts through March 23:

Divorces and Dissolutions Filed

Gary M. Gilliland and Phyllis Gilliland.

Todd Grant and Melissa Grant.

Raymond H. Engblom and Maria G. Engblom.

Dennis Sabadin and Leighetta Pratt.

Donald Cary and Suzanne Cary.

Robert Smith and Vicki Smith.

Walter Brassfield and Penelope Percival.

Steven Schick and Tera Schick.

Tara Segelhorst and Kenneth Segelhorst.

David Hall and Deborah A. Hall.

Larry Allen Davis and Linda Jean Davis.

Joseph Stewart and Janet Stewart.

Gary Whip and Mary Whip.

Alvin Hulegaard and Debra Hulegaard.

Sean Hettinger and Angela Hettinger.

Judgments

David A. Skrzyanski, 39, of Douglas, was found guilty of four counts of violating terms and conditions of probation, three counts stemming from an offense on March 14, and one stemming from an offense on Nov. 1. Magistrate John W. Sivertsen Jr., sentenced him to 10 days in jail for the counts stemming from March 14, and 60 days for the count stemming from Nov. 1. Skrzyanski was also sentenced to enroll in, pay for and complete a substance-abuse treatment course; to pay restitution; and to three years probation.

Skrzynski was also found guilty of disorderly conduct stemming from a July 15 offense. Sivertsen imposed a sentence of 10 days in jail and a $50 surcharge.

Sean P. Beck, 38, of Juneau, was found guilty of three counts of violating terms and conditions of probation stemming from an offense on March 20. Judge Peter B. Froehlich sentenced him to a total of three days in jail, with days being served consecutively. Beck was also placed on probation for three years; ordered to enroll in, pay for and complete a substance-abuse treatment course; and to enroll in and comply with anti-violence training at Tongass Community Counseling Center.

John P. Bell, 46, was found guilty of one count of violating terms and conditions of probation stemming from an offense on March 20. He was also found guilty of assault stemming from a Jan. 30 offense.

On the probation violation, Judge Froehlich sentenced him to five days in jail; a substance-abuse treatment course; to pay restitution of $150 by April 30; to anti-violence training; to complete 40 hours Community Work Service (CWS) through Gastineau Human Services; and to two years probation. On the assault, Bell was sentenced to 45 days in jail; to seek and maintain employment; to see about getting a prescription for Naltrexone; to pay a $50 surcharge; and to pay a $1,000 incarceration fee.

Christopher Williams Jr., 23, was found guilty of one count of violating terms of probation stemming from an offense on March 20. Froehlich fined him $2,000 with $1,900 suspended; sentenced him to 130 days in jail with 125 suspended; to a substance-abuse treatment course; to seek and maintain employment unless a full-time student within 15 days after release; and to three years probation. Froehlich said that Williams could do CWS in lieu of jail time.

Accused of vehicle theft stemming from an offense on Jan. 20, Williams was found guilty of fourth-degree criminal mischief by Judge Larry R. Weeks and sentenced to 90 days in jail to run concurrently with other jail time. He was also to complete the Bill Brady Center program, an in-patient alcohol treatment program in Sitka. Weeks gave the state 30 days to request restitution.

Williams was also found guilty of driving while intoxicated stemming from a Jan. 20 offense, and driving while his license was invalid on the same date. Weeks sentenced him to 22 days in jail total for these two crimes, the jail time to be served concurrently with other time. Williams was not to go where alcohol is sold or served or to consume alcohol; and to pay a $270 incarceration fee. His driver's license was revoked for 90 days. For driving without a valid license, Weeks additionally sentenced Williams to 80 hours CWS and to a year's probation during which he would comply with sentencing and violate no laws.

Kenneth W. Shaquanie, 22, was found guilty of violating terms of probation stemming from an offense on March 20. Froehlich imposed a sentence including a $1,000 fine; 90 days in jail; and alcohol counseling while in jail.

Darryl Denny, 29, was found guilty of first-degree promoting contraband stemming from an offense on Sept. 7. Superior Court Judge Jay A. Rabinowitz was ordered to pay a $100 surcharge and to serve 18 months in jail.

Melissa L. Ward, 24, was found guilty of reckless driving of a non-commercial vehicle stemming from an offense of Jan. 9. Froehlich sentenced her to 10 days in jail (which could be satisfied with 80 hours CWS); to surrender her license for 30 days; to pay a $50 surcharge; to appear at a status hearing June 6.

John B. Peterson, 45, was found guilty of driving with no valid operator's license stemming from an offense on March 4. Magistrate John W. Sivertsen Jr., imposed a fine of $500 with $250 suspended; 20 days in jail with 20 suspended; a year's probation; and a $50 surcharge.

Cresencio B. Bagoyo, 20, was found guilty of disorderly conduct stemming from a Jan. 18 offense. Judge Froehlich imposed a sentence of 45 days in jail; and four years probation, whose conditions included anti-violence training; child care and family resource classes; earning a GED by June 1; seeking and maintaining employment within 30 days; and violating no laws.

Bagoyo was also found guilty of violating terms and conditions of probation and sentenced to 15 days in jail.

Ralph M. Jackson Jr., 44, was found guilty of violating a domestic violence order stemming from an offense on March 7. Sivertsen committed him to jail for 20 days; and sentenced him to a substance-abuse treatment course; to pay a $50 surcharge; and to two years probation.

John K. Logan, 36, of Juneau, was found guilty of larceny of the money or property of another stemming from an offense on July 25. Sivertsen sentenced him to pay a fine of $100; to 60 days in jail with 60 suspended; to a substance-abuse treatment course; to pay a $50 surcharge; and to two years probation. The City and Borough of Juneau was given 30 days to request restitution if an amount was not agreed upon.

Logan also appeared before Sivertsen on charges of driving while intoxicated stemming from a Sept. 19, 1994, offense. He as found guilty. Sivertsen imposed a fine of $300; 5 days in jail; revocation of his license for 90 days; a substance-abuse treatment course; a $75 surcharge; and a $210 incarceration fee as well as a year's probation.

Everett A. Coulter, 44, was found guilty of theft of services stemming from an offense on Feb. 29. Sivertsen sentenced him to five days in jail; to a substance-abuse treatment course; to pay restitution of $156 to the court; to not consume alcohol or go where sold or served; to a substance-abuse treatment course; to pay a $50 surcharge; and to two years probation.

Amber S. O'Keefe, 23, was found guilty of driving with no valid operator's license stemming from an Oct. 6 offense. Judge Froehlich suspended imposition of sentence and placed O'Keefe on probation for a year. She was also to pay a fine of $50 and a surcharge of $50; and to violate no laws.

James Katzeek, 50, was found guilty of criminal trespass stemming from a Feb. 29 offense. Sivertsen imposed a fine of $250; 10 days in jail; a substance-abuse treatment course; a $50 surcharge. Katzeek was to complete 80 hours of Community Work Service and placed on three years probation.

However, on March 20, an intoxicated Katzeek was arrested for trespassing at a W. 10th Street residence and again lodged at the Lemon Creek Correctional Center.

Douglas V. Mahle, 45, was found guilty of three counts of violating terms and conditions of probation stemming from an offense on March 13. For two counts, Sivertsen imposed a sentence including a fine of $300 with $300 suspended; 15 days in jail; a substance-abuse treatment course; an anti-violence course; and two years probation. On the third count, Judge Larry R. Weeks imposed a sentence of 30 days in jail; to have no contact with four persons; and a year's probation.

On a fourth count of violating conditions stemming from a Feb. 12 offense, Sivertsen sentenced Mahle to 15 days in jail; a $50 surcharge; and two years probation.

Ralph L. Burkhardt, 45, was found guilty of first-degree criminal trespass stemming from an offense on Feb. 7. Magistrate Sivertsen sentenced him to pay a fine of $250; to 60 days in jail with 60 suspended; and to a year's probation.

Burkhardt was also found guilty of third-degree criminal mischief stemming from an offense Feb. 7. He was ordered to pay a $50 surcharge; and placed on probation for a year.

Charles J. Ostrander, 29, was found guilty of driving with no valid operator's license stemming from a March 10 offense. Sivertsen imposed a $150 fine and a $50 surcharge.

Cedric W. Jones, 25, was found guilty of driving with no valid operator's license stemming from a March 9 offense. Sivertsen imposed a fine of $250; a surcharge of $50; and probation of a year.

Stephan W. Howard, 36, was found guilty of driving while intoxicated stemming from a Feb. 7 offense. Judge Peter B. Froehlich fined him $500; committed him to jail for 25 days; ordered revocation of his driver's license for a year; a substance-abuse treatment course; a $75 surcharge; and two years probation.

Howard was also found guilty of failure to appear stemming from a Dec. 10, 1999, offense. Froehlich sentenced him to 20 days in jail; to pay cost of incarceration; to not consume alcohol or go where it is sold or served; and to two years probation.

David P. Diamond, 21, was found guilty of violating terms of probation stemming from a March 13 offense and of driving without a valid license stemming from a March 11 offense. Sivertsen fined him $250 and jailed him for 10 days for the probation offense; and sentenced im to 10 consecutive days on the license offense. His operator's license was revoked for 90 days. He was to pay a $50 surcharge; violate no laws; and placed on probation for a year.

Toni M. Navarro, 43, was found guilty of disorderly conduct stemming from a March 2 offense. Sivertsen fined Navarro $250; and also imposed a $50 surcharge.

Brian C. Meier, 22, was found guilty of violating conditions of probation stemming from a Dec. 20 offense; guilty of driving with no valid operator's license stemming from an undated offense; and guilty of fifth-degree misconduct involving weapons stemming from a Feb. 14 offense. Sivertsen sentenced him to 10 days in jail and a $50 surcharge on the violation offense; to a fine of $250 and a surcharge of $50 on the license offense; and to five days in jail, a $50 surcharge and a year's probation on the weapons charge. He was also to forfeit the weapon.

Ernie J. Tullis, 20, was found guilty of making a false report stemming from a Jan. 23 offense. Judge Froehlich sentenced him to 20 days in jail; a substance-abuse treatment course; a $50 surcharge; evaluation for Naltrexone; to seek and maintain employment; and to two years probation.

Tullis was also found guilty of being a minor on premises stemming from a Jan. 9 offense. Froehlich sentenced him to 20 days in jail and a $50 surcharge.

Additionally, Tullis was found guilty of two counts of violation of probation stemming from a Feb. 29 offense. He was fined $3,000 on one count and committed to 200 days in jail which might be satisfied with long-term in-patient treatment. On the second count he was sentenced to 20 days in jail; Naltrexone evaluation; six months in-patient treatment for substance abuse if recommended. A charge against Tullis for sixth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance stemming from a Jan. 4 offense was dismissed.

Kevin Wheaton, 19, was found guilty of larceny stemming from a July 28 offense. Magistrate Sivertsen suspended imposition of sentence and placed Wheaton on a year's probation. He was to pay a fine of $100 and complete 20 hours CWS.

Molly A. Brooks, 53, was found guilty of driving while intoxicated stemming from a Jan. 29 offense. Sivertsen fined her $500 which could be satisfied with in-patient treatment fees; committed her to 20 days in jail which could be satisfied with in-patient treatment; revoked her driver's license for a year; sentenced her to a substance-abuse treatment course; and placed her on probation for two years. She was also to pay a $75 surcharge.

Harriet L. Hopson, 37, was found guilty of driving while intoxicated stemming from a Jan. 28 offense. Sivertsen sentenced her to pay a fine of $500; to serve 30 days in jail; to surrender her license for a year; to a substance-abuse treatment course; to pay a $75 surcharge; to pay cost of incarceration of $1,000; to pay restitution within 30 days of March 13; and to three years probation.

Hopson was also found guilty of refusal to submit to a chemical test stemming from a Feb. 4 offense. Sivertsen sentenced her to pay a fine of $1,000; to 30 days in jail; to revocation of her license for a year; to pay cost of incarceration of $1,000.

My-Duy V. Luong, 37, was found guilty of reckless driving stemming from an offense on Nov. 5. Sivertsen sentenced Luong to pay a fine of $250; to serve three days in jail; to revocation of license for 30 days; to a substance-abuse treatment program; to pay a $50 surcharge; to pay cost of incarceration of $210; to complete ``English as a Second Language'' through the Adult Education Center; and to a year's probation.

Eric D. Butler, 30, was found guilty of violating probation stemming from a March 9 offense. Sivertsen sentenced him to five days in jail; to a substance-abuse treatment program; to an anti-violence treatment program; to seek and maintain employment with quarterly reports beginning April 1; and to four years probation.

Todd D. Richards, 30, was found guilty of two counts of violating conditions of probation stemming from a March 9 offense. Sivertsen sentenced him to serve 27 days with 27 suspended; to pay a fine of $250 with $250 suspended; to a substance-abuse treatment course; to violate no laws; to comply with sentence; and to two years probation.

Dusty M. Labadie, 19, of Douglas, was found guilty of disorderly conduct stemming from a Feb. 27 offense. Sivertsen imposed a sentence of a $50 surcharge; payment of restitution; and a year's probation. Labadie was also to enroll in, pay for and complete an anti-violence course as well as child care and family resource classes.

Kimberly A. Haasz, 3l, was found guilty of disorderly conduct stemming from an offense of Jan. 16. Sivertsen suspended imposition of sentence on March 10 and placed her on probation for a year. She was also to enroll in, pay for and complete a substance-abuse treatment course; complete 40 hours of Community Work Service; pay a fine at the rate of $100 a month beginning April 8; and to pay a $50 surcharge.

Michael P. Milligan, 33, was found guilty of refusal of breath analysis stemming from a Jan. 30 offense. Sivertsen sentenced him to pay a $1,000 fine with $600 suspended; to serve 75 days in jail with 50 suspended; to revocation of driver's license for a year; to pay a $75 surcharge; to a substance-abuse treatment course; to pay cost of incarceration; to violate no laws; and to two years probation.

Jeremy T. Williams, 23, was found guilty of fourth-degree assault stemming from a Dec. 8 offense. Judge Larry R. Weeks sentenced him to 15 days in jail; to a substance-abuse treatment course; to pay a $50 surcharge; to arrange to complete an anger-management program within 30 days; to violate no laws; and to probation for two years.

Peter M. Church Jr., 41, was found guilty of violating terms and conditions of probation stemming from a March 8 offense. Judge Patricia A. Collins fined him $5,000; sentenced him to six months in jail; and ordered him to complete the Batterer's Program while in custody. On three additional counts of violation, he was sentenced to 30 days in jail on each count and three years probation.

Church was also found guilty of first-degree criminal trespass stemming from a Dec. 3 offense. For this crime, Judge Collins sentenced him to 270 days in jail to be served concurrently; to pay a $50 surcharge; and to have no contact with his victim.

Additionally, Church was found guilty of harassment stemming from a Dec. 3 offense. He was to serve 65 days in jail concurrent with other jail terms; and have no contact with his victim, Collins adjudged.

Following a grand jury hearing on March 10 before Judge Patricia A. Collins, Raymond H. Bradley, 42, was indicted for first-degree sexual assault stemming from an offense on Jan. 7, 1998.

Following a grand jury hearing on March 10 at Haines, Brian D. Ford, 43, was indicted on charges of third-degree assault with a knife; and fourth-degree misconduct involving weapons at or near Haines on March 1.

Erick R. Karlson II, 22, was found guilty of two counts of violating conditions of probation stemming from an offense on March 22, and one count of disorderly conduct stemming from an offense on Feb. 5. Magistrate Sivertsen sentenced him to a substance-abuse treatment course; to enroll in and comply with an anti-violence training course; placed him on two years probation with some conditions and three years probation with other conditions. He was to serve 10 days in jail and pay a fine of $100. He was also to assign his Permanent Fund Dividend to pay for cost of incarceration.

Torin C. Fogg, 25, was found guilty of driving without a valid operator's license stemming from an offense on Dec. 4, 1998. Sivertsen sentenced him to surrender his license to the court for 90 days; to pay a $50 surcharge; to complete 80 hours of Community Work Service by July 17; and to a year's probation.

Eligio C. Page, 40, of Juneau, was found guilty of three counts of violating conditions of probation stemming from an offense on Dec. 14. Froehlich placed him on probation for three years; and ordered him to enroll in and complete substance-abuse treatment and anti-violence courses. Page was also found guilty of driving with no valid operator's license stemming from an offense on Nov. 29. Froehlich fined him $250 and ordered him to pay a $50 surcharge; Page was also placed on three years probation.

Mabel E. Skan, 3l, was found guilty of two counts of truancy stemming from absences of her children on Aug. 25 and Oct. 21. Froehlich ordered her to pay $20 in surcharges, and placed her on probation for 15 months, during which time her children were to attend school daily and ``be in good standing final semester with no unexcused absences.''

George H. Miyasato, 41, was found guilty of fourth-degree assault stemming from an offense on Jan. 5. Judge Peter B. Froehlich sentenced him to 120 days in jail; an anti-violence training course; to pay a $50 surcharge by March 30 or complete equivalent CWS by March 30; and to two years probation.

Wayne Smallwood, date of birth not given, was found guilty of driving while intoxicated and of driving with a blood-alcohol level of 0.217 percent stemming from an offense on Feb. 5. Froehlich sentenced him to pay a fine of $400; to six days in jail; to surrender his license for 90 days; to substance-abuse treatment; to pay a $75 surcharge; to assign his PFD for cost of incarceration of $270; and to two years probation.

Brownie L. Willard, 26, was found guilty of disorderly conduct stemming from an offense on Jan. 23. Willard was sentenced by Judge Froehlich to 30 days in jail (which would be satisfied with in-patient treatment at Juneau Recovery Hospital; to pay a $50 surcharge; to a substance-abuse treatment course; to an anti-violence course; to attend Alcoholics Anonymous meetings and be evaluated for Naltrexone; and to three years probation.

Willard was also found guilty of two counts of violating terms and conditions of probation stemming from offenses on March 17. For these crimes, Willard was sentenced to a total of 20 days in jail, with credit for time served.

Marjorie F. Dick, 22, was found guilty of driving while intoxicated, driving with a blood-alcohol level of 0.139 percent and driving with no valid operator's license, all charges stemming from offenses on March 5. Magistrate John W. Sivertsen Jr. sentenced her to pay a fine of $250; to three days in jail; to revocation of her driver's license for 90 days; to a substance-abuse treatment course; to pay a $75 surcharge; to pay cost of incarceration of $270; and to a year's probation.

Tessa M. Stacy, 19, was found guilty of larceny stemming from an offense on Jan. 12. Judge Froehlich sentenced her to pay a $50 surcharge; to two years probation during which time she is to commit no criminal violations, complete parenting classes, and complete 80 hours of CWS.



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