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Posted: Friday, April 27, 2001

Births

Recent births which occurred at Bartlett Regional Hospital:

On April 16, 2001, a son weighing 9 pounds 9 ounces, to Jennifer Ann Hall-Brown and Craig Allen Brown of Juneau.

On April 17, a son weighing 8 pounds 7 ounces, to Penny Lynn Haley and Patrick Allen Haley.

On April 17, a son weighing 6 pounds 11 ounces, to Lisa Marie Kimrey and Christopher Michael Kimrey.

On April 18, a son weighing 7 pounds 1 ounce, to Lori Ann Martinson of Juneau.

On April 18, a son weighing 8 pounds 11 ounces, to Latanya Renee Friday and Roger Leigh Friday of Kake.

On April 19, a daughter weighing 7 pounds 13.5 ounces, to Christina Ann John of Juneau.

On April 20, a son weighing 9 pounds 12 ounces, to Joanna Lynn Pearson and Eric Warren Pearson.

On April 20, a daughter weighing 8 pounds 3 ounces, to Patricia Lynn Horton and Blake Henry Horton of Haines.

On April 23, a son weighing 8 pounds 7.5 ounces, to Susan Kelly McGarrigan and Daniel Byron Benfield of Juneau.

Recent births which occurred at Juneau Family Birth Center:

On April 20, a son weighing 8 pounds 2 ounces, to Ingrid Boettcher and Gary Boettcher of Hoonah.

Marriage Licenses

The following are new marriage licenses filed with the state Bureau of Vital Statistics in Juneau as of April 16, 2001:

Owen Gorman Cruise, 18, and Shirin Ebony Piatt, 20, both of Juneau.

Jonathan Thomas Weed, 23, of Natchez, Miss., and Frances Amelia Council, 22, of Juneau.

Jeffrey Alan Pugh, 30, of Tacoma, Wash., and Trisha Leann Fuller, 33, of Juneau.

Thomas Lee LeVar, 5l, and Elaine Louise Hutchens, 36, 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 26:

Desire M. Aulizio, sole proprietor, Desire's Day Care (child day care services).

David A. Foreman, sole proprietor, D&K Services (management, science, technical consulting, environmental services).

Jonathan G. Hamilton, sole proprietor, Glacier Gallery (agents, managers for artists and other public figures).

Donald R. Williams Jr., DW's Services (construction-related exempt from contractor registration).

Sharon A. Ward, sole proprietor, Sharon's Day Care (child day care services).

Bonny L. Millard, sole proprietor, Bonny Millard (water transportation support activities).

Terry Melvin Slaughter, sole proprietor, TMS Technical Services (architectural, engineering and related services, exempt).

Maylene A. Baseden and Steven T. Baseden Jr., partners, Glacierwood Inn (traveler accommodations).

Daniel B. Nore, captain and sole proprietor, Reliable Fishing Charters (fishing guides and fishing charters).

Aleta Doran and Charles Hansen, partners; Aleta Doran, provider, Bug 'N Toad's Day Care (child day care services).

Will Davis, chief executive officer and sole proprietor, JD Enterprises (fishing guides and fishing charters).

Courts

Court records show the following legal actions among those taken in Juneau Superior and District courts through April 26, 2001. Two judgments from Hoonah District Court are included at the request of the judges:

Divorces and Dissolutions filed

Marsha Coyle and Brian Coyle.

Delores Wheaton and Charles Wheaton.

Cinda Stanck and Jeffrey Gable.

Tomson McCabe and Bonnie Wong.

William Arnold and Jamie Arnold.

Charles P. Kerr and Mona C. Kerr.

Shadow Hotch and William Hotch.

Martin Jon Madsen and Kerry Beth Madsen.

Bruce A. Nelson and Traci E. Nelson.

Judgments

Richard P. White, 24, of Hoonah, was found guilty in Hoonah District Court of fourth-degree assault, a probation violation, stemming from an offense of Sept. 9, 1999. Judge Larry R. Weeks sentenced him to violate no laws and pay a $50 surcharge; and to comply with any recommendations from the Hoonah Medical Center for anger management.

James Jack Jr., 23, was found guilty of drunken driving in Hoonah District Court stemming from an offense of July 18, 1999. Judge Patricia A. Collins sentenced him to enroll in, pay for and complete substance-abuse treatment with the Juneau Alcohol Safety Activity Program and to contact them within seven days.

Alexandrea C. Brown, 19, of Juneau, was found guilty in Juneau District Court of disorderly conduct stemming from an offense of March 27. Judge Peter B. Froehlich suspended imposition of sentence and placed her on probation for one year. During that period, she was to enroll in, pay for and complete a substance-abuse treatment course with the Juneau Alcohol Safety Activity Program (JASAP) and any treatment recommended. She was to pay a fine of $50 and a surcharge of $50. Restitution not to exceed $500 was to be paid at the rate of $100 per month beginning 30 days after the amount is determined. A charge of third-degree criminal mischief was dismissed. Brown was also found guilty of minor consuming stemming from an offense of March 27. Froehlich fined her, but she is allowed to do community work service (CWS) in lieu of the fine. She was assessed a $10 surcharge.

Kyle W. Gilbert, 18, was found guilty of driving while license cancelled/suspended/revoked/ limited stemming from an offense of March 1. Froehlich imposed a fine of $1,000 with $800 suspended; ordered his license revoked for 90 days concurrent with the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV); ordered a surcharge of $50; placed him on probation for two years; ordered 80 hours of CWS; and sentenced him to maintain employment. Gilbert was also found guilty of violating probation stemming from an offense of March 28. Froehlich fined him $100; sentenced him to three days in jail; to pay all old fines by July 1; and placed him on probation for two years.

Alex Stevens, 20, was found guilty of fourth-degree assault stemming from an offense of April 12. Judge Peter B. Froehlich committed him to 40 days in jail; ordered him to pay a $50 surcharge; placed him on probation for three years and ordered him to have no contact with his victim unless the victim files in writing with court the permission to do so.

Jason D. Ray, 25, of Kodiak, was found guilty of drunken driving stemming from an offense of Sept. 6, 2000. Froehlich fined him $1,000 with $500 suspended; ordered him to serve 20 days in jail; to surrender his driver's license for one year concurrent with DVM; to JASAP; to pay a $75 surcharge; to pay cost of incarceration of $1,000; and to two years probation. Ray was also found guilty of driving while his license was cancelled/suspended/revoked/limited. He was sentenced to 10 days in jail; revocation of his license for 90 days; JASAP; and two years probation.

Hoyt E. Galvan, 44, of Douglas, was found guilty of granting of probation/revoke or modify stemming from an offense of April 3. Froehlich fined him $250 with $150 suspended; committed him to 60 days in jail with 60 days suspended; and placed him on probation for one year.

Smith J. Katzeek, 40, was found guilty of sixth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance stemming from an offense of March 18. Froehlich fined him $150 and ordered him to pay a $50 surcharge.

Joann S. Lockwood, 44, was found guilty of drunken driving and of driving with a blood-alcohol level of 0.436 percent stemming from an offense of April 6. Froehlich fined her $1,000 with $500 suspended; committed her to 90 days in jail with 65 suspended; ordered her license revoked for one year; JASAP; ordered her to pay a $75 surcharge; two years probation. JASAP may include Naltrexone and Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings if recommended. She was to have an alcohol evaluation with Gastineau Human Services before her release, and to pay $1,000 cost of incarceration.

Tiffany B. Warner, 29, was found guilty of granting of probation/revoke or modify stemming from an offense of April 13. Froehlich imposed a fine of $250. Warner was also found guilty of driving while her license was cancelled/suspended/ revoked/limited stemming from April 2. Froehlich fined her $250; ordered her license revoked for 90 days concurrent with DMV; ordered her to pay a $50 surcharge; to a year's probation; to complete 80 hours CWS with proof to court by June 1; and to violate no laws during her probation.

David J. Arthur, 26, of Kake, was found guilty of furnishing alcohol to a minor stemming from an offense of April 14. Froehlich fined him $500 with $350 suspended; ordered him to serve five days in jail; JASAP; $50 surcharge; two years probation; and to maintain employment during the period of probation.

Hugo A. Vanegas, 20, was found guilty of disorderly conduct stemming from an offense of March 2. Froehlich suspended imposition of sentence and placed the defendant on probation for one year. During that time, complete JASAP and any treatment recommended; pay a $50 surcharge; enroll in, pay for and complete an anger-management class with Tongass Community Counseling Center (TCCC); complete parenting classes; and complete 40 hours of CWS through Gastineau Human Services (GHS).

John C. Morris Jr., 27, of Juneau, was found guilty of assault/physical menace stemming from an offense of April 7. Froehlich ordered JASAP; a $50 surcharge; probation for one year; TCCC; 40 hours of CWS through GHS; and to violate no laws.

Richard L. Hulse, 33, was found guilty of disorderly conduct/challenge to fight stemming from an offense of Jan. 17. Froehlich fined him

$500 with $250 suspended; ordered him to serve 90 days with 85 suspended; to pay a $50 surcharge; and placed him on probation for one year. He was to have no contact with his victim and to return her property.

Tonya E. Gallant, 29, was charged with assault. The charge was dismissed April 13 before Judge Froehlich.

Andrew MacDonald, 44, was charged with violating a domestic violence order. The charge was dismissed April 13. A charge of violating conditions was also dismissed. MacDonald was found guilty of disorderly conduct/challenge to fight stemming from a Jan. 31 offense. Froehlich ordered him to pay a $50 surcharge; TCCC; placed him on probation for one year; ordered him to pay restitution in an amount to be determined; and to violate no laws.

Georgiana M. Joseph, 23, of Angoon and Juneau, was found guilty of two counts granting of probation/revoke or modify, both stemming from an offense of Nov. 24, 1999. Froehlich ordered her to serve a total of five days in jail; to JASAP; to earn her GED; to two years probation; to not consume or possess alcohol or drugs or go where sold or served; to go through JASAP to complete SEARHC alcohol treatment; and to violate no laws.

Carl M. Liberty, 4l, was charged with criminal mischief. The charges were dismissed April 13. Liberty was found guilty of disorderly conduct stemming from an offense of March 2. He was fined $250; ordered to serve three days in jail; to JASAP; to pay a $50 surcharge; to complete 20 hours of CWS through GHS; to not consume or possess alcohol or drugs or go where sold or served; maintain employment; pay restitution; and to pay cost of incarceration.

George Macasaet, 38, was found guilty of third-degree assault and drunken driving stemming from an offense of Sept. 17. Superior Court Judge Larry Weeks sentenced him to one year on the DWI and four years on the assault. A total of 30 months of the time on the assault charge is suspended for five years on the condition that the defendant successfully complete supervised probation for five years. During probation, he was to seek and maintain employment; not possess firearms or deadly weapons; not associate with convicted felons without the written permission of the probation officer; and submit a blood or other sample for the purpose of DNA testing upon direction of a probation officer (PO); at the request of the PO, participate in and comply with the conditions of a therapeutic educational/vocational training program including a victim impact and DWI; and to make restitution in an amount to be determined.

Donald W. Seaman, 46, was indicted by a grand jury April 20 in Juneau Superior Court on one count of sexual assault in the first degree, one count of assault in the first degree, and two counts of burglary in the first degree, all stemming from actions on or about April 15. The burglary involved entering or remaining unlawfully in a dwelling with intent to commit the crime of sexual assault in the dwelling and causing physical injury while in the building.

Robin D. Abbott, 45, was indicted by a grand jury on one count of third-degree assault, one count of drunken driving and one count of driving while license suspended/canceled or revoked stemming from an alleged offense of Jan. 23.

Dixie L. Wade, 43, was indicted on a count of first-degree custodial interference at or near Skagway from August 2000 through March 2001.

Dawn A. McInturff, 34, was indicted on a charge of fourth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance, cocaine, stemming from an incident of Feb. 8.

Ryan S. Jarvis, 20, was indicted April 20 on one count of second-degree burglary, one count of third-degree theft, stemming from an offense in late December and early January at or near Gustavus.

Lynda L. Olsen, 32, was indicted in Juneau Superior Court on one count of felony drunken driving (April 12), one count of driving while license canceled/suspended or revoked and one count of reckless endangerment.

On April 26, a hearing regarding defendant Roger Barr, 2l, was held before Superior Court Judge Larry Weeks. Barr had been convicted of first-degree vehicle theft dating from an offense of Nov. 9, 2000 and Feb. 6, 2001. Weeks ruled that justice would best be served by suspension of sentence for three years under condition that the defendant shall serve 45 days in jail and shall seek and maintain employment as approved by his parole officer. He was sentenced to three years probation during which period he shall maintain employment as approved by PO; obey the conditions of probation; not associate with convicted felons; not possess firearms or deadly weapons; not possess or consume an intoxicating liquor; reside in a community residential center approved by the department of corrections for six months; contribute 25 percent of his net salary to the center for room and board; and other conditions.

Jerald J. Hinchman Jr., 22, of Hoonah was found guilty of assault stemming from an offense of March 13. Judge Peter B. Froehlich ordered him to pay a $50 surcharge; to serve 75 days in jail; to participate in all available programs while serving, including special needs; to JASAP; pay $1,000 cost of incarceration through PFD only; pay outstanding restitution of $416.21; and not to consume alcohol or other drugs or go where sold or served. The city attorney has 30 days to request restitution; A charge against Hinchman of criminal trespass was dismissed.

Michael S. Tavares, 20, of Ketchikan, was found guilty of three counts of granting of probation/revoke or modify stemming from an offense of April 24. Magistrate John W. Sivertsen Jr. ordered JASAP with up to 30 days in-patient treatment, three AA meetings per week and Naltrexone if recommended; and three years probation. Tavares also was found guilty of violation of conditions, misdemeanor, on Jan. 2. Sivertsen committed him to 45 days in jail and to pay a $50 surcharge within 10 days.

Matthew L. Lebsack, 25, of Spokane, Wash., was found guilty of a hunting violation stemming from an offense of May 28, 2000. Sivertsen ordered him to pay $600 restitution; placed him on probation for one year; and ordered him to tender skull and skin of bear to the state Division of Fish and Wildlife within 30 days.

Janet A. Lincoln, 19, was found guilty of driving while license cancelled/suspended/revoked/limited stemming from an offense of Jan. 19. Sivertsen fined her $100; ordered her to serve 10 days in jail (consecutive); to pay a $50 surcharge; and revoked her license for 90 days. Lincoln also was found guilty of failing to obey a citation stemming from an offense of Feb. 6. She was ordered to serve five days in jail with credit for time already served.

On April 25, a hearing was held before Judge Weeks on the matter of judgment and disposition revoking probation for Tabu Costello, 29, convicted of second-degree attempted sexual assault stemming from an offense of Jan. 12, 1999. The defendant was originally sentenced in this case to five years in jail with two years suspended. Weeks ordered that the defendant shall be committed to jail for five years and two years of that time suspended on condition he successfully serve three years probation. Conditions of probation include taking any medication prescribed by a licensed physician for mental illness; not possessing firearms or deadly weapons; at the request of the P.O., participating in and complying with the conditions of a therapeutic psychological/psychiatric counseling program including anger management and sex offender treatment both while incarcerated and after release; be subject to chemical test of blood, breath or urine; be subject to search of person, personal property, residence or "any vehicle in which he may be found for the presence of unauthorized drugs, alcohol or weapons"; and register as a sex offender.

George Johnson Jr., 44, was found guilty of criminal trespass stemming from an offense of April 4. Judge Froehlich committed him to 30 days in jail; ordered him to pay a $50 surcharge; may do CWS in lieu of surcharge; to do all available programs with GHS including a special needs assessment. A charge of criminal trespass from April 14 was dismissed. Johnson was found guilty of disorderly conduct stemming from an offense of March 21. Froehlich committed him to 30 days in jail and to pay a $50 surcharge.

Honilyn Katzeek, 22, was found guilty of granting of probation/revoke or modify stemming from an offense of April 17. Froehlich fined her $1,000 with $1,000 suspended; placed her on probation for one year; ordered her not to consume alcohol or other drugs; and to pay outstanding restitution of $67 by May 1.

August E. Williams, 35, was found guilty of disorderly conduct/causing danger of injury stemming from an offense of Feb. 25. Froehlich placed him on probation for one year; ordered him to pay a $50 surcharge; to complete 24 hours of CWS; gave the city attorney 30 days to request restitution; and ordered Williams to enroll in, pay for and complete classes with Child Care & Family Resources.

Brad M. Bigelow, 3l, was found guilty of third-degree theft stemming from an offense of Jan. 12. Judge Larry R. Weeks ordered him to serve 30 days in jail and to pay a $50 surcharge. A hearing was also held about revoking probation for another offense, second-degree theft dating from July 1997 to January 2000. Weeks ordered the defendant to serve 24 months in jail. Eighteen months were suspended on condition that Bigelow successfully complete three years probation. Conditions of probation included seeking and maintain employment; obeying the PO; and not associating with convicted felons.

Jeremy Giannino, 20, was found guilty of granting of probation/revoke or modify stemming from an offense of April 19. Weeks placed him on probation for one year during which time he must violate no laws. Giannino also was found guilty of furnishing alcohol to a minor stemming from an offense of May 28, 2000. He was committed to three months in jail; to JASAP; and placed on probation for two years. He was to pay a $50 surcharge.

Daniel R. Trapp, 42, was found guilty of granting of probation/revoke or modify stemming from an offense of April 24. Sivertsen ordered JASAP; and probation for five years. Trapp also was found guilty of fourth-degree assault stemming from an offense of Dec. 9, 2000. He as ordered to serve 90 days in jail and pay a $50 surcharge within 10 days.

Roger A. Barr, 21, was found guilty of two counts of granting of probation/revoke or modify stemming from an offense of April 26. Weeks ordered him to serve a total of 80 days in jail.

Marida P. Rodriguez, 46, was found guilty of drunken driving and driving with a blood-alcohol level of 0.322 percent stemming from an offense of Feb. 15. Judge Froehlich sentenced her to pay a $250 fine; to six days in jail; to revocation of her license for 90 days; to JASAP with Naltrexone if recommended; to pay a $75 surcharge; to pay $280 cost of incarceration; not to consume alcohol or go where it is sold or served except as required by travel; and to two years probation.



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