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Posted: Friday, March 25, 2005

Births

Recent births at Bartlett Regional Hospital:

• On March 13, 2005, a daughter, Aubrey Simone Marquardt, weighing 6 pounds 15 ounces, to Carly Sara Marquardt and Jedidiah Martin Marquardt of Haines.

• On March 15, 2005, a daughter, Savannah Sandy Johnson Edgar, weighing 6 pounds 8 ounces, to Cheryl Jane Johnson of Juneau.

• On March 18, 2005, a son, David Edmund Buck, weighing 11 pounds, to Ginger Lee Buck and Jimmy Alan Buck of Juneau.

• On March 18, 2005 a daughter, Isabella Nicole Parke, weighing 6 pounds 12 ounces, to Jennifer Lynn Parke and Brendon William Parke of Juneau.

Marriage Licenses

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

• Preston Michael Hoff and Kaylee Eun Williams, both of Juneau.

• David Michael Strouth and Raquel Orong Joson, both of Juneau.

• Ramir I. Andes of Juneau and Lilibeth M. Sistual of Bakersfield, Calif.

Courts

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

Divorces and Dissolutions:

• Lester Leatherberry and Diana Leatherberry

Indictments:

• David Davis IV, 23, was indicted by a grand jury on a charge of second-degree sexual abuse of a minor, stemming from alleged actions of Feb. 23, involving a child who was 14 at the time.

• Richard C. Brommels, 34, was indicted by a grand jury on three felony charges of second-degree forgery, one felony charge of second-degree theft, two misdemeanor charges of third-degree theft and three misdemeanor charges of second-degree criminal impersonation, all stemming from alleged actions between Sept. 2 and 4, 2004.

• Benjamin E. Finau, 19, was indicted by a grand jury a felony charge of second-degree burglary and a misdemeanor charge of third-degree theft, stemming from a March 14 incident at a downtown liquor store.

• Aaron M. Brown, 19, was indicted by a grand jury on felony charges of second-degree burglary and third-degree criminal mischief and a misdemeanor charge of third-degree theft, stemming from a March 14 incident at a downtown liquor store.

• Brett W. Vanalen, 19, was indicted by a grand jury on felony counts of first- and second-degree assault, stemming from alleged actions of March 12.

• Leopoldo H. Aston, 22, was indicted by a grand jury on a felony charge of perjury, stemming from an allegedly false sworn statement made on Jan. 16.

Judgments:

• Ian Grant, 29, was found guilty of attempted second-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance, stemming from an Oct. 21, 2003, incident. Juneau Superior Court Judge Patricia Collins imposed three years in jail with another three years suspended. She also placed Grant on probation for two years. A charge of violating conditions of pretrial release was dismissed.

• Tania Lemons, 32, was found guilty of felony second-degree theft and misdemeanor third-degree forgery, stemming from actions in May 2004. Juneau Superior Court Judge Larry Weeks placed Lemons on probation for three years. Conditions include an order to pay $4,952 in restitution to the victim.

• Ri Dong D. Kuong, 33, was found guilty of disorderly conduct and misdemeanor first-degree trespassing, stemming from a Dec. 17, 2004, incident that initially led to a felony charge of first-degree burglary and three misdemeanor counts of fourth-degree assault. Weeks imposed 10 days with another 10 days suspended and a two-year probation term on the disorderly conduct charge. He imposed 10 days to serve and 355 days suspended on the trespassing charge. In addition to reducing the felony charge and one of the assault counts, prosecutors dismissed two assault charges.

• Timothy J. Ackerman, 22, was found guilty of three counts of misdemeanor third-degree forgery, stemming from actions in July that led to three counts of felony second-degree forgery. Weeks imposed 120 days to serve in jail with another 600 days suspended and placed Ackerman on probation for two years. Prosecutors dismissed three felony counts of tampering with evidence. Ackerman also was found guilty of six probation violations. For violations prosecuted by the state, Weeks imposed 10 days to serve and 30 days suspended and 30 days to serve and 40 days suspended, both with three-year terms of probation and suspended $500 fines. For violations prosecuted by the city, Juneau District Court Judge Keith Levy imposed five days and 10 suspended; five days and 10 suspended; five days and 65 suspended; and five days and 65 suspended. Levy also suspended two $800 and two $1,500 fines and placed Ackerman on two years probation for each of the four violations.

• Edward A. Schawwecker, 39, was found guilty of two counts of disorderly conduct, stemming from a Dec. 1, 2004, incident that initially led to a felony charge of fourth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance and misdemeanor fourth-degree assault. Prosecutors dismissed the felony charge. For disorderly conduct, Weeks imposed 20 days in jail.

• Randy J. Meyers, 43, was found guilty of felony driving while intoxicated, stemming from an April 14, 2004, incident and failing to appear for a Feb. 2 court hearing. For drunken driving, Collins permanently revoked Meyers' license and imposed 490 days in jail with another 240 days suspended. She also ordered him to pay $2,500 of a $10,000 fine with the rest suspended and $3,400 restitution to the state and placed him on probation for two years. For failing to appear, Collins imposed 90 days. No blood-alcohol level was available from the arrest.

• Michael D. Johnson, 22, was found guilty of misdemeanor second-degree vehicle theft and driving under the influence, stemming from a Jan. 30 incident that initially led to felony charges of first-degree vehicle theft and second-degree theft. Prosecutors dismissed the second-degree theft charge. For the reduced vehicle-theft charge, Weeks imposed eight months to serve in jail with another four months suspended and placed Johnson on probation for three years. For drunken driving, Weeks imposed three days to serve in jail and another 177 days suspended and ordered him to pay $500 of a $1,500 fine with the rest suspended. He also revoked Johnson's license for 90 days and placed him on probation for three years. No blood-alcohol concentration from the arrest was available.

• Mark A. Davies, 28, was found guilty of driving under the influence of alcohol stemming from a Feb. 26 incident at which his blood-alcohol level was measured at .272 percent and he was charged with felony first-degree vehicle theft. Prosecutors dismissed the vehicle-theft charge. For drunken driving, Collins imposed 40 days in jail with another 60 days suspended and ordered Davies to pay $1,000 of a $3,000 fine. Collins also revoked Davies' license for one year and placed him on probation for two years.

• Donna L. Galvan, 48, was found guilty of two counts of driving under the influence, stemming from incidents on Sept. 1 and Dec. 4, 2004. No blood-alcohol concentration was available from either arrest. For the Dec. 4 incident, Weeks imposed six months to serve in jail with another six months suspended and ordered Galvan to pay $500 of a $1,500 fine with the rest suspended. He also revoked her license for three years and placed her on probation for three years. For the Sept. 1 incident, Weeks imposed four months to serve in jail with another eight months suspended and ordered Galvan to pay $500 of a $1,500 fine with the rest suspended. He also revoked Galvan's license for three years and placed her on probation for three years. The Sept. 1 incident initially led to two felony counts of fourth-degree misconduct with a controlled substance, which pros- ecutors dismissed. They also dismissed a misdemeanor third-degree theft, stemming from alleged actions of July 20, 2004.

• James W. Balsiger, 60, was found guilty of driving under the influence of alcohol, stemming from an Aug. 8, 2004, incident at which his blood-alcohol concentration was measured at .136 percent. Prosecutors dismissed an additional count of reckless endangerment. Levy imposed three days to serve in jail with another 30 days suspended and ordered Balsiger to pay $1,500 of a $3,000 fine, with the rest suspended. He also revoked Balsiger's license for 90 days and placed him on probation for one year.

• Gary A Boster, 26, was found guilty of operating a vehicle while intoxicated, driving without a license and two probation violations, stemming from a Jan. 30 incident at which his blood-alcohol concentration was measured at .139 percent. For the drunken driving charge, Juneau District Magistrate John W. Sivertsen Jr. imposed six days in jail with another 39 days suspended and ordered Boster to pay $1,500 of a $3,000 fine with the rest suspended. He also revoked Boster's license for 90 days and placed him on probation for two years. He fined Boster $300 for driving without a license. For the probation violations, Sivertsen suspended $500 fines and jail time of 60 and 110 days. He also placed Boster on probation for two years. Prosecutors also dismissed two counts of reckless endangerment.

• Ofelia D. Sharclane, 33, was found guilty of driving under the influence, stemming from a March 5 incident at which her blood-alcohol concentration was measured at .231 percent. Levy imposed six days to serve in jail with another 40 days suspended and ordered her to pay $1,500 of a $3,000 fine with the rest suspended. He also revoked Sharclane's license for 90 days and placed her on probation for 18 months.

• Michele E. Martin, 32, was found guilty of operating a vehicle while intoxicated, stemming from a March 3 incident at which her blood-alcohol concentration was measured at .171 percent. Sivertsen imposed six days to serve in jail with another 39 days suspended and ordered her to pay $250 of a $1,500 fine with the rest suspended. He also revoked Martin's license for 90 days and placed her on probation for 18 months.

• Suzanne L. Cunningham, 27, was found guilty of operating a vehicle while intoxicated, stemming from a March 18 incident from which no blood-alcohol concentration is available. Levy imposed three days to serve in jail with another 30 days suspended and ordered Cunningham to pay $1,500 of a $3,000 fine with the rest suspended. He also revoked Cunningham's license for 90 days and placed her on probation for 18 months.

• Olin P. Gullafsen, 32, was found guilty of driving under the influence, stemming from a July 4, 2004, incident where his blood-alcohol concentration was measured at .096 percent. Levy imposed three days to serve in jail with another 30 days suspended and ordered him to pay $1,500 of a $3,000 fine with the rest suspended. He also revoked Gullafsen's license for 90 days and placed him on probation for 18 months.

• Chester T. Miller, 27, was found guilty of driving while intoxicated, stemming from a Dec. 12, 2004, incident at which his blood-alcohol concentration was measured at .232 percent. Levy imposed six days to serve in jail with another 40 days suspended and ordered Miller to pay $1,500 of a $3,000 fine with the rest suspended. He also revoked Miller's license for 90 days and placed him on probation for two years.

• Melinda Harris, 44, of Ester, was found guilty of driving under the influence, stemming from an Aug. 28, 2004, incident at which her blood-alcohol concentration was measured at .106 percent. Levy imposed three days to serve in jail with another 30 days suspended and ordered Harris to pay $1,500 of a $3,000 fine with the rest suspended. He also revoked her license for 90 days and placed her on probation for 18 months.

• Charlotte C. Rublee, 23, was found guilty of reckless driving, stemming from a Jan. 16 incident at which her blood-alcohol concentration was measured at .079 percent, leading to a charge of driving while intoxicated and three counts of reckless endangerment. Sivertsen suspended a 33-day jail sentence, fined her $500 and revoked her license for 30 days. He also placed her on probation for one year. Prosecutors dismissed the reckless endangerment charges.

• Prosecutors dismissed a charge of driving under the influence against Joshua T. Kimzey, 23, of Sitka. The charge stemmed from a Dec. 4, 2004, incident from which Kimzey also was charged with failing to give notice of an accident, for which he was found guilty. Levy imposed five days in jail and another 55 days suspended and placed Kimzey on probation for one year.

• James A. Johnson VI, 23, was found guilty of disorderly conduct, stemming from a Sept. 16, 2004, incident that initially led to a misdemeanor assault charge. Levy suspended a 60-day jail sentence and $500 fine. He placed Johnson on probation for one year. Levy imposed five days to serve in jail with another 15 days suspended on a probation violation. He also suspended a 30-day sentence and $500 fine on a charge of violating conditions of pretrial release.

• Adam D. Cormany, 24, was found guilty of disorderly conduct, stemming from a Feb. 6 incident that initially led to a charge of misdemeanor assault. Levy suspended a 30-day jail term and a $500 fine and placed Cormany on probation for one year.

• Prosecutors dismissed an underage-drinking charge against Olivia K. Olsen, 20. The original charge alleged actions of March 11.



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