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Posted: Friday, April 13, 2001

Births

Recent births which occurred at Bartlett Regional Hospital:

On April 5, a daughter weighing 8 pounds 1 ounce, to Kari Brooke Quinto and James Robert Quinto.

On April 6, a daughter weighing 7 pounds 6 ounces, to Genevieve Sophia Marie McLaughlin and Sean Wade McLaughlin.

On April 6, a son weighing 6 pounds 15 ounces, to Priscilla Pauline Barr of Juneau.

On April 6, a daughter weighing 6 pounds 13 ounces, to Shari Wynn Paul and Gregory George Beck.

On April 7, a daughter weighing 6 pounds 12 ounces, to Cindy Lee Stadt and Thomas Mark Stadt.

On April 8, a daughter weighing 6 pounds 11 ounces, to Joanna Anne Knutson and Zachary Benjamin Knutson of Juneau.

On April 9, a son weighing 8 pounds 8 ounces, to Kimberly Anne Maclay and William Todd Maclay.

Recent births which occurred at Juneau Family Birth Center:

On April 5, a daughter weighing 8 pounds 4 ounces, to Marie Ahrens and Ansgar Larson of Juneau.

On April 7, a daughter weighing 8 pounds 10 ounces, to Sarah "Tigger" Posey and James Alborough of Haines.

Marriage Licenses

The following are new marriage licenses filed with the state Bureau of Vital Statistics in Juneau as of April 12, 2001:

Donald Frederick Allan, 40, of Juneau, and Mary Anne Kathleen Gardner, 29, of Eagle River.

Thomas Ernest Pauser, 29, and Tifanie Anne Swope, 27, both of Juneau.

Norman Edward Nelson, 29, of Juneau, and Stephanie Ann Potts, 26, of San Pedro, Calif.

Christian Martinu, 36, and Rio Mitani, 23, both of Juneau.

Robert Christian Rue, 23, and Amanda Marie Grimm, 22, both of Juneau.

Earl August Schoonover, 3l, and Jessie Mary Erickson, 22, both of Juneau.

Business Licenses

The following are some of the new and renewed business licensed filed with the state's Department of Community and Economic Development as of April 12:

Roger D. Engen, sole proprietor, Alaska Building Consulting (business schools, computer and management training).

Norma J Patrick and Shelly K. Hohenthaner, partners, Party Animals Carnival Snacks (special food services).

Catherine England, sole proprietor, Catherine England Child Care.

Brent E. Howell, sole proprietor, Auke Bay Industries (commercial/industrial equipment rental and leasing).

Michael R. Stein, sole proprietor, Mike Stein's Services (construction-related, exempt from contractor registration).

Michael Fairbanks, sole proprietor, Southeast Window Washing, Douglas (services to buildings and dwellings).

Robert J. Danielson, sole proprietor, Rain Forest Improvement (construction-related, exempt from contractor registration).

Courts

Court records show the following legal actions among those taken in Juneau Superior and District courts through April 12, 2001:

Divorces and Dissolutions filed

Michael Kunkel and Jennifer Kunkel.

David Stevens and Staci Stevens.

Frank Lane and Julie Lane.

Naala Cross and Paul Jackson.

Judgments

David R. Ripley, 30, was found guilty of four counts of granting of probation/revoke or modify, all stemming from an offense of Oct. 24, 2000. Magistrate John W. Sivertsen Jr. fined him a total of $1,500 with $1,500 suspended; sentenced him to a total of 10 days in jail; ordered him to enroll in, pay for and complete substance-abuse treatment with the Juneau Alcohol Safety Action Program (JASAP) and any treatment recommended including up to 30 days in-patient treatment; placed him on probation for four years; ordered him not to consume alcohol or go where it is sold or served. Ripley was also found guilty of drunken driving and of driving with a blood-alcohol level of 0.147 percent stemming from an offense of Oct. 21, 2000. Sivertsen fined him $250; sentenced him to three days in jail; ordered his license revoked for 90 days; ordered him to pay $1,287.16 in restitution; to pay a $75 surcharge; and ordered him to apply/assign his Alaska Permanent Fund dividend (PFD) toward restitution. A charge of leaving the scene of a property damage accident stemming from an offense of Oct. 7 was dismissed by the state.

Ramil A. Sagrado, 2l, was found guilty of granting of probation/revoke or modify stemming from an offense of Nov. 14, 2000. Judge Larry R. Weeks committed him to jail for one year with six months suspended; placed him on probation for two years. Sagrado was also found guilty of attempt to commit a crime stemming from an offense of Oct. 15. Weeks ordered him to pay a $50 surcharge; to serve six months in jail (consecutive with other time); ordered him to register as a sex offender, submit to DNA law, and have no contact with his intended victim directly or indirectly. A charge of second-degree sexual abuse of a minor stemming from Oct. 28 was dismissed.

Earl J. Williams Jr., 2l, of Sitka, was found guilty of third-degree attempted sexual abuse of a minor stemming from an offense of Dec. 19. Judge Larry R. Weeks ordered a surcharge of $50 paid; one year in jail with six months suspended; probation for three years; register as a sex offender, no contact with his intended victim or her family; submit DNA samples as required by law. Weeks gave the state two weeks to submit restitution.

Heather C. Cadiente, 18, was found guilty of disorderly conduct stemming from an offense of March 1. Judge Peter B. Froehlich suspended imposition of sentence and placed the defendant on probation for one year during which time she must complete 20 hours Community Work Service (CWS) through Gastineau Human Services (GHS) and pay a $50 surcharge.

Barry Notestine, 46, was found guilty of four counts of granting of probation/revoke or modify, all stemming from an offense of April 9. Judge Froehlich committed him to a total of 60 days in jail; to JASAP including up to 60 days in-patient treatment including Naltrexone prescription and daily Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings; to three years probation; and to not consume alcohol or go where sold or served and not take illegal drugs. Notestine was also found guilty of driving while intoxicated stemming from an offense of Feb. 13. Froehlich fined him $1,000; committed him to 80 days in jail (time to run consecutively with any other jail time); revoked his driver's license for three years; ordered him to pay a $75 surcharge; and to pay a $1,000 incarceration fee. A charge of refusing to submit to chemical test was dismissed. Notestine was also found guilty of driving while his license was cancelled/suspended/revoked/limited. He was to serve 20 days in jail (consecutive). Notestine was found guilty of leaving the scene of an accident stemming from the Feb. 13 offense. Froehlich sentenced him to 20 days in jail (consecutive); and to pay restitution of $541.21.

John K. Logan, 37, was found guilty of two counts of granting of probation/revoke of modify stemming from an offense of April 9. Judge Froehlich committed him to a total of 10 days in jail; to JASAP; to two years probation; ordered him to pay cost of incarceration through PFD only; and to pay restitution. Logan was also found guilty of disorderly conduct stemming from an offense of March 1. Froehlich committed him to 10 days in jail (consecutive); to pay a $50 surcharge; to pay cost of incarceration through PFD; and gave the City and Borough of Juneau (CBJ) 30 days to request restitution.

Victor D. McKinley, 36, was found guilty of sixth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance stemming from an offense of Nov. 8. Froehlich ordered him to serve 20 days in jail; to JASAP; to pay a $50 surcharge; placed him on probation for one year; ordered him to forfeit his marijuana pipe; and to forfeit the $100 bail previously posted.

A charge against Henry A. James, 39, of Juneau, of assault was dismissed before Judge Froehlich on April 9. But James was found guilty of a second charge of assault stemming from an offense of March 3. Froehlich fined him $250; ordered him to serve 10 days in jail; to JASAP; to pay a $50 surcharge; placed him on probation for two years; and ordered him to pay a $490 incarceration fee to CBJ through PFD only.

Stacey M. Wolfe, 18, of Hoonah, was found guilty of disorderly conduct stemming from an offense of March 1. Froehlich suspended imposition of sentence and placed the defendant on probation for one year during which time she was to complete 20 hours CWS through GHS and to pay a $50 surcharge.

Thomas B. Biss, 49, of Douglas, was found guilty of disorderly conduct stemming from an offense of Feb. 4. Froehlich fined him $100; ordered him to serve five days in jail; placed him on probation for one year; and allowed state 30 days in which to request restitution.

Elaine J. Austin, 33, was found guilty of drunken driving and of driving with a blood-alcohol level of 0.208 percent stemming from a Feb. 17 offense. Froehlich fined her $250; committed her to six days in jail; revoked her license for 90 days; ordered JASAP including Naltrexone prescription and daily AA meetings; to pay a $75 surcharge; to pay $280 cost of incarceration; placed her on probation for one year; to pay an old fine of $100 by July 9. She was ordered not to consume alcohol or go where it is sold or served or take illegal drugs.

A charge of assault against Melissa Ramirez, 36, was dismissed before Judge Froehlich on April 9. However, Ramirez was found guilty of violating conditions dating from an offense of Oct. 20, 1998. Froehlich placed her on probation for one year and ordered her to pay a $50 surcharge.

Patrick L. Treadwell, 21, was found guilty of drunken driving and of driving with a blood-alcohol level of 0.143 percent stemming from an offense of April 7. Froehlich fined him $250; committed him to three days in jail; ordered his operator's license immediately surrendered for 90 days; JASAP; to pay a $75 surcharge; and placed him on probation for one year. He was also sentenced to pay a $210 incarceration fee to the CBJ Collection Unit.

Ronald M. Vavalis, 39, was found guilty of granting of probation/revoke or modify stemming from an offense of Jan. 3. Froehlich committed him to 60 days in jail; to JASAP; and to 18 months probation.

Marc E. Boyd, 45, was found guilty of granting of probation/revoke or modify stemming from an offense of March 27. Froehlich fined him $150; and committed him to serve 10 days in jail.

John D. Barton, 40, was found guilty of drunken driving stemming from an offense of Feb. 21. Froehlich fined him $1,000 with $500 suspended; ordered him to serve 120 days in jail with 90 days suspended; revocation of his driver's license for one year; JASAP which may include Naltrexone prescription; pay a $75 surcharge; placed him on probation for two years; pay cost of incarceration; restitution to be decided within 30 days.

Kirk D. Athearn, 34, was found guilty of two counts of granting of probation/revoke or modify stemming from an offense of April 3. Froehlich ordered him to pay old fines and surcharges by June 1; committed him to 10 days in jail; two years probation. CWS was deleted from the conditions.

Lynn E. Hutton, 53, of Douglas, was found guilty of drunken driving and of driving with a blood-alcohol level of 0.176 percent. Froehlich fined Hutton $500; ordered 25 days in jail; revocation of license for one year; JASAP; $75 surcharge; two years probation; and do not consume or possess alcohol or go where it is sold or served.

Roxanna M. Beaver, 27, of Anchorage, was found guilty of granting of probation/revoke or modify stemming from an offense of Oct. 15, 1998. Froehlich sentenced her to 10 days in jail, to be served at the Sixth Avenue Jail in Anchorage, reporting by April 15 midnight.

Daniel E. Gibbons, 40, was found guilty of violation of conditions stemming from an offense of Oct. 12. Froehlich sentenced him to 10 days in jail and to pay a $50 surcharge. He allowed Gibbons to perform CWS to pay his surcharge. Gibbons was also found guilty of driving while his license was cancelled/suspended/revoked/limited stemming from an Aug. 11 offense. Froehlich ordered him to serve 30 days in jail; to revocation of his license for 90 days; and to pay a $50 surcharge (CWS).

Mark D. Hammack, 2l, was found guilty of granting of probation/revoke or modify stemming from a March 8 offense. Froehlich fined him $150; ordered all fines and surcharges due by June 1, but he may do CWS for surcharge. He was to be fingerprinted. Fingerprinting charges could be satisfied with CWS.

Todd D. Tolbert, 32, was found guilty of drunken driving stemming from a Feb. 22 offense. Froehlich fined him $1,000; committed him to serve 60 days in jail; ordered his driver's license revoked for three years; JASAP; pay a $75 surcharge (could substitute CWS); balance of bail to be exonerated after defendant reports to the Lemon Creek Correctional Center; placed him on probation for three years. He was also to pay cost of incarceration to State of Alaska Collections in Anchorage. A charge against Tolbert of driving while license was cancelled/suspended/revoked/limited was dismissed. Tolbert was also found guilty of granting of probation/revoke or modify stemming from a Feb. 27 offense. Froehlich sentenced him to five days in jail; JASAP; two years probation; and to violate no laws.

Kevin Brew, 36, was found guilty of second-degree robbery stemming from an offense of Jan. 22. 1998 but violated the conditions of probation and was summoned to a hearing April 6 before Superior Court Judge Larry Weeks. Weeks decreed that the suspended portion of the sentence granted June 1, 1998, was revoked and reimposed. That is, Brew should serve six years in prison with none of that time suspended. He would receive credit for time served.

On a second charge of second-degree robbery and second-degree theft stemming from an offense of July 21, 2000, Kevin Brew was also found to have violated conditions of parole and appeared April 6 before Judge Weeks. He was committed to jail for two years on the theft charge and 10 years on the robbery charge. A total of six years on the robbery sentence was suspended for three years on condition that the defendant successfully complete probation. The sentence on the theft charge is concurrent with the sentence on the robbery charge. The total composite sentence imposed was 13 years in jail with six suspended and seven to serve. Then he would be on supervised probation for three years.

Michael Clements, 30, was indicted April 6 before a grand jury in Juneau Superior Court for drunken driving on or about April 1. Since this was his third offense within five years, his conduct is a Class C felony.

Two charges of criminal trespass against Teri E. Nolan, 28, were dismissed by the city April 4 before Magistrate Sivertsen. A charge of theft of services was also dismissed. A charge of failure to appear stemming from an alleged offense of March 23 was dismissed. However, Nolan was found guilty of theft of services stemming from a March 24 offense. Sivertsen sentenced Nolan to pay a $50 surcharge; to six days in jail; to pay restitution of $326.33; to report to the Juneau Alliance for the Mentally Ill and follow their recommendations; to a year's probation; and to violate no laws.

Matthew A. Smith, 27, was found guilty of fourth-degree assault stemming from a June 30 offense. Judge Patricia A. Collins sentenced him to 30 days in jail concurrent with charge of eluding a police officer but consecutive to the charge of drunken driving. He was to report to the Skagway Court to be transported to state prison in Juneau to serve the time ordered. He was also to report to SEARHC in Haines for alcohol assessment within seven days after release from incarceration, and perform 200 hours of CWS. He was placed on probation for two years during which time he was not to possess or consume any intoxicating liquor. The state was given 30 days to submit a restitution request. A charge of third-degree assault was dismissed on motion of the state. Smith was found guilty of eluding an officer, and given 30 days in jail. He was to enroll in, pay for and complete an alcohol education/treatment program that could include up to 30 days of residential treatment. The state had 30 days to submit a restitution request. Smith was found guilty of drunken driving stemming from an offense of June 30. Collins imposed a fine of $1,000; 60 days in jail; revocation of his operator's license for three years; payment of a $75 surcharge; two years probation to terminate after one year if all conditions of probation have been satisfied at that time.

Harry J. Williams, 2l, was found guilty of third-degree criminal mischief stemming from an offense of March 17. Magistrate John W. Sivertsen Jr. sentenced him to 30 days in jail; JASAP; to pay a $50 surcharge; and placed him on probation for two years. The state was given 30 days to decide about restitution.

Williams was also found guilty of granting of probation/revoke or modify stemming from an offense of April 6, 2001. Sivertsen ordered him to serve five days in jail consecutive to other time; to JASAP; and to two years probation.

Jonathan "John" M. Scott, 25, of La Hina, Hawaii, was found guilty of driving while his license was cancelled/suspended/revoked/limited stemming from an offense of Aug. 29, 1998. Sivertsen sentenced him to 10 days in jail, which could be served in an appropriate facility in Hawaii. He was to pay a $50 surcharge. Scott was also found guilty of two counts of violation of conditions stemming from Sept. 23, 1998 and a Sept. 1, 1998 offenses. He was given a total of 20 days in jail, which could be served in Hawaii.

Richard A. Macasaet, 18, was found guilty of driving while his license was cancelled/suspended/revoked/limited stemming from a Feb. 21 offense. Sivertsen sentenced him to 20 days in jail; revocation of his license for 90 days; and ordered him to pay a $50 surcharge.

Macasaet was found guilty of three charges of granting of probation/revoke or modify stemming from an offense of March 14. Sivertsen committed him to a total of 20 days in jail; to continue with JASAP; to two years probation; to earn his GED by June 1, attending adult education classes three times a week.

Pete D. Vernetti, 19, was found guilty of driving in violation of a restricted license stemming from a March 21 offense. Sivertsen fined him $150; ordered him to pay a $50 surcharge; placed him on probation for one year; ordered him to be fingerprinted within 24 hours.

Michael S. Ling, 3l, was found guilty of granting of probation/revoke or modify stemming from an offense of March 29. Sivertsen placed him on probation for one year during which time he is to continue to pay $1,045.49 restitution to court until paid in full.

Ling was also found guilty of furnishing alcohol to a minor stemming from an offense of March 26. Sivertsen gave him 20 days in jail; ordered him to pay a $50 surcharge.

Brian Katzeek, 25, was charged with failure to appear. The charge was dismissed by the city. Katzeek was found guilty of failure to appear stemming from an offense of Oct. 26. Sivertsen imposed a sentence of 10 days in jail and a $50 surcharge.

Katzeek was also found guilty of granting of probation/revoke or modify stemming from an offense of June 20. Sivertsen gave him 70 days in jail; JASAP; and two years probation plus paying $400 restitution. Katzeek was found guilty of drunken driving stemming from an offense of June 18 and of driving with a blood-alcohol level of 0.328 percent on the same date. Sivertsen fined him $250; sentenced him to 30 days in jail (consecutive); revoked his license for 90 days; JASAP with up to 60 days in-patient treatment; pay $75 surcharge; and pay $1,000 cost of incarceration. A charge of reckless endangerment was dismissed by the state. However, Katzeek was also found guilty of driving while his license was cancelled/suspended/revoked/limited. Sivertsen ordered him to serve 20 days in jail (consecutive) and placed him on probation for two years.

Nathan R. Mower, 25, was found guilty of three counts of granting of probation/revoke or modify stemming from an offense of March 22. Sivertsen ordered JASAP; three years probation; pay $818.40 restitution; and apply/assign PFD toward restitution.

Joseph A. Bollman, 22, was found guilty of driving while his license was cancelled/suspended/revoked/limited stemming from a March 30 offense. Sivertsen fined him $250; revoked his driver's license for 90 days; ordered him to pay a $50 surcharge; placed him on probation for one year; ordered him to complete and document 80 hours of CWS; and to be fingerprinted.

Carl D. Cadiente, 16, was found guilty of driving with no valid operator's license stemming from a March 23 offense. Sivertsen suspended imposition of sentence and placed him on probation for six months. Cadiente was ordered to pay a $100 fine and a $50 surcharge.

Sarah Katzeek, 18, was found guilty of driving with no valid operator's license stemming from a March 21 offense. Sivertsen suspended imposition of sentence and placed her on probation for one year; she was ordered to pay a fine of $100, a surcharge of $50 and to be fingerprinted. Katzeek was found guilty of failure to obey stemming from an April 3 offense. Sivertsen fined her $250; and placed her on probation for one year.

John C. Phillips, 42, of Petersburg, was found guilty of drunken driving and of driving with a blood-alcohol level of 0.155 percent stemming from an offense of April 4. Sivertsen fined him $250; ordered him to serve three days in jail; to JASAP; to pay a $75 surcharge; revoked his license for 90 days; and placed him on probation for one year. Phillips was also found guilty of sixth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance. He was placed on probation for one year and ordered to forfeit his pipe and marijuana to the state.

Joseph R. Dennis, 16, of Juneau, was found guilty of granting of probation/revoke or modify stemming from an offense of April 2. Sivertsen placed him on probation for one year. Dennis was also found guilty of driving with no valid operator's license stemming from an offense of March 23. He was given 30 days in jail with credit for time in detention; and ordered to pay a $50 surcharge.

A charge against Peter J. Pacheco of sixth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance was discharged by the state before Sivertsen.

Cole R. Munro-Chitty, 19, was found guilty of reckless driving stemming from a Jan. 20 offense. Sivertsen fined him $250; committed him to serve three days in jail; ordered JASAP; to pay a $50 surcharge; and revocation of his license for 60 days beginning March 22.

Terry L. Proud, 18, was found guilty of third-degree theft stemming from an offense of Dec. 13, 2000. Judge Larry R. Weeks ordered him to serve 60 days in jail; to two years probation; to 50 hours of CWS; to pay restitution of $750; and to pay a $50 surcharge.

Pedro L. Aguilar, 4l, was found guilty of granting of probation/revoke or modify stemming from an offense of Feb. 1. Sivertsen ordered his license revoked for one year; JASAP; and two years probation.

Elio A. Flores, 19, was found guilty of granting of probation/revoke or modify stemming from an offense of March 1. Sivertsen ordered him to serve three days in jail; JASAP; a year's probation; and to stay in good standing at alternative school.



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