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Posted: Friday, March 31, 2006

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Recent births at Bartlett Regional Hospital:

• On March 22, 2006, a daughter, Alyssa Estelle Haddock, weighing 6 pounds 12 ounces, to Rebecca Lee Ann Haddock and Paul Keith Haddock of Juneau.

• On March 22, 2006, a daughter, Astrid Lillian Grace Loken, weighing 6 pounds 7 ounces, to Melissa Marlene Loken and Casey Rocky Loken of Juneau.

• On March 24, 2006, a daughter, Allison Nicole Abbas, weighing 7 pounds 12 ounces, to Theresa Ann Abbas and Tommy Dale Abbas of Juneau.

• On March 24, 2006, a daughter, Sabrina Nashelle Pierce, weighing 5 pounds 11 ounces, to Sara Rachelle Pierce and Frank Lynn Pierce of Juneau.

Recent births from Juneau Family Birth Center:

• On Feb. 17, 2006, a son, Camdyn Sage Landvik, weighing 8 pounds 5 ounces, to Amanda Landvik and Aaron Landvik of Juneau.

• On March 26, 2006, a daughter, Carlia Salyers, weighing 8 pounds 2 ounces, to Aleta Hansen and John Salyers of Juneau.

Marriage licenses:

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

• Matthew Scott Richardson of Eugene, Ore., and Ashley Suzanne Herrin of Juneau.

• Peter Andrew Giessel of Ann Arbor, Mich., and Taryl Jordan Davidson of Escondido, Calif.

• Curtis Allen Francis of Juneau and Julia Mary Frost of Glendale, Calif.

Courts:

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

Divorces and dissolutions filed recently:

• Danielle Dawn Cadiente Ward and Matthew Lamont Ward.

• Emanuela Meriggi and Todd Burton.

• Wang Jun and David Charles Stevens.

Indictments:

• Jerald J. Hinchman, 27, was indicted by a grand jury on charges of first-degree robbery and second-degree assault, stemming from alleged actions on Dec. 31, 2005.

• Gina R. Stafford, 37, was indicted by a grand jury on two felony counts of second-degree forgery and two misdemeanor counts of second-degree theft, stemming from alleged actions on August 2005.

• Francis J. Richmond III, 56, was indicted by a grand jury on charges of third- and fourth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance, stemming from alleged actions on Jan. 28 involving cocaine.

Judgments:

• Michael Lemons, 36, was found guilty of felony third-degree assault, stemming from a June 13, 2005, incident. Juneau Superior Court Judge Larry Weeks imposed three years in prison.

• William Campbell, 34, was found guilty of misdemeanor fourth-degree assault, stemming from an Oct. 14, 2005, incident that initially led to a felony charge of third-degree assault. Juneau Superior Court Judge Patricia Collins imposed 120 days to serve in jail, with another 240 days suspended, and placed Campbell on probation for three years.

• Richard Jerue, 28, was found guilty of driving while intoxicated, stemming from a Jan. 16 incident from which no blood-alcohol level was available. Juneau District Magistrate John W. Sivertsen Jr. imposed six days to serve in jail with another 40 days suspended, ordered Jerue to pay $1,500 of a $3,000 fine with the rest suspended, and placed him on probation for two years.

• Jesse Guy, 22, was found guilty of driving while intoxicated, stemming from a Nov. 6, 2005, incident during which his blood-alcohol level was measured at .168 percent. Juneau District Judge Keith Levy imposed three days to serve in jail with another 30 days suspended, ordered Guy to pay $1,500 of a $3,000 fine, revoked his driver's license for 90 days and placed him on probation for 18 months. Prosecutors dismissed an additional count of reckless endangerment.

• Nathaniel Seitz, 35, was found guilty of driving under the influence, stemming from a Nov. 30, 2005, incident from which no blood-alcohol level was available. Levy imposed 20 days to serve in jail with another 70 days suspended, fined Seitz $3,000, revoked his license for one year and placed him on probation for two years. Prosecutors dismissed an additional charge of refusing to submit to a chemical test.

• Buffy Chapman, 32, was found guilty of driving under the influence, stemming from a Dec. 11, 2005, incident during which her blood-alcohol level was measured at .156 percent. Levy imposed three days to serve in jail with another 30 days suspended, fined Chapman $1,500, revoked her license for 90 days and placed her on probation for one year.

• Eric Boone, 42, was found guilty of driving while intoxicated, stemming from a March 11 incident during which his blood-alcohol level was measured at .121 percent. Sivertsen imposed five days to serve in jail with another 40 days suspended, ordered Boone to pay $1,500 of a $3,000 fine, revoked his license for 90 days and placed him on probation for two years.

• Franklin H. Tompkins, 40, was found guilty of driving under the influence, stemming from a May 1, 2004, incident at which his blood-alcohol level was measured at .202 percent. Levy imposed 20 days to serve in jail with another 100 days suspended, fined Tompkins $300, revoked his license for one year and placed him on probation for three years. Prosecutors dismissed a charge of failure to appear for a previous court date.

• Charles Wheaton, 49, was found guilty of driving under the influence, stemming from a May 24, 2004, incident from which no blood-alcohol level was available. Levy imposed 20 days in jail with another 40 days suspended, fined Wheaton $3,000, revoked his license for one year and placed him on probation for two years.

• Tristan Skelton, 19, was found guilty of driving while intoxicated, stemming from a Dec. 28, 2005, incident during which his blood-alcohol level was measured at .109 percent. Levy imposed three days in jail with another 30 days suspended, ordered Skelton to pay $1,500 of a $3,000 fine with the rest suspended, revoked his license for 90 days and placed him on probation for two years. Prosecutors dropped an additional charge of driving without a license.

• Andrew Noble, 24, was found guilty of driving while intoxicated, stemming from a Dec. 9, 2005, incident at which his blood-alcohol level was measured at .125 percent. Levy imposed three days to serve in jail with another 30 days suspended, ordered him to pay $1,500 of a $3,000 fine with the rest suspended, revoked his license for 90 days and placed him on probation for 18 months. Prosecutors dismissed an additional charge of reckless endangerment.

• Anthony E. Vrell, 39, was found guilty of assault, stemming from a March 20 incident. Levy imposed 200 days to serve in jail. Levy also found Vrell guilty of violating his probation from three earlier convictions and reinstated suspended jail time totaling 220 days.

• Bruce Karlson, 43, was found guilty of assault, stemming from a Feb. 11 incident. Levy imposed 135 days in jail.

• Darnell Brinson, 40, was found guilty of assault, stemming from a Feb. 3 incident. Sivertsen imposed 75 days to serve in jail with another 225 days suspended, ordered Brinson to pay $500 of a $2,000 fine and placed him on probation for three years. Prosecutors dismissed a charge of resisting arrest.

• Reginald Ozawa, 53, was found guilty of assault, stemming from a Dec. 10, 2005, incident. Levy imposed 10 days to serve in jail with the rest suspended, ordered Ozawa to pay $250 of a $500 fine with the rest suspended and placed him on probation for one year.

• Jose Perez, 31, was found guilty of assault, stemming from an Aug. 20, 2005, incident. Sivertsen imposed 10 days to serve in jail with another 90 days suspended, suspended a $1,000 fine and placed Perez on probation for 18 months.

• Tonya L. Moy, 34, was found guilty of assault, stemming from an Oct. 18, 2005, incident. Sivertsen suspended a 60-day jail sentence, ordered Moy to pay $250 of a $750 fine, ordered her to work 80 hours of community service and placed her on probation for 18 months.

• Stephen Howard, 42, was found guilty of assault, stemming from a March 12 incident. Levy suspended a 30-day jail sentence, ordered Howard to pay $100 of a $400 fine with the rest suspended and placed him on probation for one year.

• Robert Percival, 32, was found guilty of a reduced charge of disorderly conduct, stemming from a Feb. 15 incident that initially led to an assault charge. Sivertsen suspended a 30-day jail sentence and $500 fine, ordered Percival to work 40 hours of community service and placed him on probation for one year.

• Robert Johnson, 28, was found guilty of a reduced charge of disorderly conduct, stemming from a Jan. 29 incident that initially led to an assault charge. Levy imposed one day in jail with another 29 days suspended, ordered Johnson to pay $250 of a $500 fine with the rest suspended and placed him on probation for one year.

• Wylie Guy, 19, was found guilty of disorderly conduct, stemming from a Nov. 23, 2005, incident that initially led to an assault charge. Levy imposed 10 days to serve in jail with another 20 days suspended, ordered Guy to pay $250 of a $500 fine with the rest suspended and placed him on probation for one year. Guy also was found guilty of a trespassing charge. Levy imposed the same sentence and provided for community service time from each. For disorderly conduct, he converted five days in jail into 40 hours of community service. For trespassing, he converted 10 days into 80 hours of community service.

• Marlee Wallace, 48, was found guilty of a reduced charge of disorderly conduct, stemming from a Dec. 17, 2005, incident that initially led to an assault charge. Levy imposed five days to serve in jail with another 25 days suspended, ordered Wallace to pay $100 of a $500 fine with the rest suspended and placed Wallace on probation for one year. Prosecutors dismissed an additional assault charge.

• Violet Anderson, 25, was found guilty of a reduced charge of disorderly conduct, stemming from a Feb. 28 incident that initially led to an assault charge. Sivertsen placed her on probation for one year.



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