FYI

Posted: Friday, May 11, 2001

Births

Recent births which occurred at Juneau Family Birth Center:

On May 4, a son weighing 7 pounds 14 ounces, to Jenny Miller and Jeremy Johnson of Hoonah.

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 May 9, 2001:

James A. Newman, partner, North Star Networking, a Limited Liability Company (specialized design services; interior design services).

James A. Newman, sole proprietor, North Star Networking (specialized design services).

Lois A. Bates, sole proprietor, Alan Bates Contracting (specialized freight trucking).

Lois A. Bates, sole proprietor, Focal Points (book, periodical and music stores).

E. Gary Buresh, sole proprietor, EGB Products & Services (other miscellaneous retailers).

Matthew D. Kirschhoff, sole proprietor, Wilderness Retreats (lessors of real estate and activities related to real estate).

Michael K. Zecevic, sole proprietor, Zee's Tacklebox, Auke Bay (sporting goods, hobby, musical instrument, and/or craft store).

Mark Morris, secretary, representing Mountain Mist Inc. (furniture and home furnishings; other general merchandise stores).

Ronald J. Hebner, regional coordinator, representing Gaudiya Vaisnava Society, DBA Spirit of the Environment (a nonprofit corporation; clothing store, other miscellaneous retailers).

Jacqueline K. Edenshaw, secretary, representing Haida Mike Carpet Cleaning, Michael R. Edenshaw sole proprietor (services to buildings and dwellings).

Dan Villaneuva and Vicky Villanueva, partners, A Moveable Feast, special food services such as mobile food services).

Roger Cox, president and CEO, VidXstream, a subdivision of Cox & Sagen, Inc. (other miscellaneous retailers; electronic shopping and mail-order houses).

David Benton, sole proprietor, Benton and Associates (management science, technical consulting, environmental services).

Courts

Court records show the following legal actions among those taken in Juneau Superior and District courts through May 9, 2001:

Divorces and Dissolutions filed

Timothy W. McCormick and Marcia J. McCormick.

Rebecca Robe and Gary D. Thompson.

Dennis Ockert and Mary Lou Ockert.

Bennie Ellis and Patricia Ellis.

Patrick Murphy and Emilie Souhrada.

Judgments

Danielle D. Cadiente, 24, was found guilty of drunken driving and of driving with a blood-alcohol content of 0.103 percent stemming from an offense of March 24. Magistrate John W. Sivertsen Jr. fined her $500 with $250 suspended; committed her to three days in jail; ordered her driver's license revoked for 90 days concurrent with the Department of Motor Vehicles; ordered her to enroll in, pay for and complete substance-abuse treatment with the Juneau Alcohol Safety Activity Program (JASAP) and any treatment recommended; to pay cost of incarceration; and to one year probation.

Max E. Dick, 29, of Hoonah, was found guilty of drunken driving stemming from an offense of Aug. 15, 2000. Judge Peter B. Froehlich was fined $2,000 with $1,000 suspended; to serve 160 days with 100 suspended; revocation of license for three years; JASAP; to pay a $75 surcharge; to pay $1,000 cost of incarceration; to three years probation; and not to consume or possess alcohol or drugs or go where they are sold or served. Dick also was found guilty of driving without a valid operator's license stemming from an offense of Aug. 15. Froehlich sentenced him to 10 days in jail. Dick was found guilty of reckless endangerment and given another 10 days in jail. One count of reckless endangerment was dismissed. Dick was found guilty of sixth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance. He was sentenced to 10 additional days in jail.

Frederick G. Gallant, 32, was found guilty of two counts granting of probation/revoke or modify, one count stemming from an offense of May 3 and the other stemming from an offense of Jan. 14, 2000. Froehlich sentenced him to a total of 25 days in jail, which could be satisfied with in-patient treatment; JASAP with up to 180 days in-patient treatment; three years probation; and ordered him not to consume or possess alcohol or enter where it is sold or served.

Daryl L. Baker, 33, was found guilty of domestic violence assault stemming from an offense of May 2. Froehlich sentenced him to 165 days in jail; to JASAP; to pay a $50 surcharge; to have no contact with a woman named in court documents while in jail; to enroll in and complete a course in alternatives to violence with Tongass Community Counseling Center (TCCC); to five years probation. JASAP may include up to 200 days of in-patient treatment and Naltrexone prescription plus Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings. The city attorney may file restitution within 30 days.

Travis Jones, 18, was charged with being a minor consuming alcohol stemming from an offense of March 18. The charge was dismissed. Another charge of minor consuming, stemming from March 31, resulted in a guilty verdict. Froehlich fined him $300; assessed him a $10 surcharge; and put him on probation for one year. Jones also was found guilty of granting of probation/revoke or modify, stemming from an offense of April 20. He was sentenced to two days in jail; to JASAP; and to one year probation. He was ordered not to consume or possess alcohol or enter where it is sold or served.

In a supplemental judgment from Judge Froehlich, Travis Jones, 18, was found guilty of a probation violation (infraction) stemming from June 25, 2000, and fined $200. He may do Community Work Service (CWS) in lieu of the fine at the rate of $5 per hour. He was also assessed a $10 surcharge.

Rosenda A. George, 15, was found guilty of driving with no valid operator's license stemming from an offense of April 22. Froehlich imposed a fine of $100; ordered her to stay in good standing at school; to pay a $50 surcharge; to be fingerprinted; and placed her on probation for one year.

Theodore M. Valle, 37, was found guilty of granting of probation/revoke or modify stemming from an offense of May 3. Froehlich committed him to 20 days in jail; ordered JASAP which may include up to 80 days in-patient treatment, Naltrexone and AA if recommended; placed him on probation for three years; and ordered TCCC.

Mary Johnson, 16, was found guilty of granting of probation/revoke or modify stemming from an offense of April 27. Froehlich fined her $25 which could be paid with CWS; placed her on probation for one year; ordered her to stay in good standing at alternative school; to appear at a completion hearing May 22; and to furnish proof of summer school enrollment.

Theodore Valle, 38, was found guilty of probation violation stemming from an offense of April 25. Froehlich suspended imposition of sentence and ordered him to violate no laws; ordered JASAP and TCCC. Valle was placed on probation for one year.

Victor D. McKinley, 36, was found guilty of resisting arrest stemming from an offense of April 8. Magistrate John W. Sivertsen Jr. imposed a fine of $250; 30 days in jail; probation of three years; pay cost of incarceration with his Alaska Permanent Fund dividend (PFD) only; pay restitution to be determined; and violate no laws. McKinley also was found guilty of assault stemming from an offense of Nov. 9, 2000. Sivertsen fined him $500; sentenced him to 30 days in jail; ordered him to pay a $50 surcharge; placed him on probation for three years; ordered him to pay cost of incarceration with his PFD only; to pay restitution to be decided; and to comply with sentence. McKinley was found guilty of granting of probation/revoke or modify stemming from an offense of April 9. Sivertsen sentenced him to 30 days in jail; TCCC; JASAP; and three years probation.

Christine M. Felipe, 35, was found guilty of drunken driving stemming from an offense of March 10. Sivertsen fined her $1,000 with $500 suspended; committed her to 30 days in jail; to JASAP; to pay a $75 surcharge; to three years probation; and to pay cost of incarceration of $1,000 to the state of Alaska Collections Unit in Anchorage. Felipe was found guilty of three counts of granting of probation/revoke or modify stemming from an offense of March 13. Sivertsen sentenced her to a total of 35 days in jail; to three years probation; to JASAP; and to not consume or possess alcohol or go where it is sold or served.

Gilbert C. Willard, 36, was found guilty of two counts of granting of probation/revoke or modify stemming from a offense of May 4. Judge Peter B. Froehlich sentenced him to a total of 45 days in jail; to JASAP with daily AA meetings and Naltrexone prescription if recommended; to maintain employment; to two years probation; to get an alcohol assessment while in custody; and to pay a $1,000 incarceration fee to CBJ Collections through PFD only.

John K. Logan, 37, was found guilty of three counts of granting of probation/revoke or modify stemming from an offense of May 4. Froehlich ordered him to be evaluated for Naltrexone before release; to a fine of $300; to 25 days in jail; TCCC; complete classes at Child Care & Family Resource Center; may do CWS through Gastineau Human Services in lieu of fine. He was placed on probation for two years. Logan also was found guilty of disorderly conduct stemming from an offense of April 25. Froehlich fined him $250; committed him to 15 days in jail to run consecutive to other time; TCCC; to pay a $50 surcharge; to pay $1,000 incarceration fee through PFD only; and to two years probation.

Robert Celedon II, 34, was found guilty of criminal trespass stemming from an offense of April 25. Froehlich fined him $100; ordered him to serve two days in jail with credit for time already served; to JASAP; to one year probation; to not consume alcohol or go where it is sold or served and not to take illegal drugs.

Lynda Olsen, 32, was found guilty of felony drunken driving stemming from an offense of April 12. Superior Court Judge Larry Weeks sentenced her to 24 months in jail with all but 140 days suspended. She was placed on supervised probation for three years with conditions that she must seek and maintain employment as approved by her probation officer (PO); not associate with convicted felons without the written permission of her PO; not possess firearms or deadly weapons; at the request of the PO participate in and comply with the conditions of a therapeutic psychological/psychiatric counseling program; participate in and comply with the conditions of a therapeutic educational/vocational training program including the DWI and Victim Impact segments; not possess or consume any intoxicating liquor and not enter any establishment which has as its primary purpose the sale of intoxicating liquor; be subject to search; go through JASAP or a similar screening process; and not drive a motor vehicle for three years.

William S. Pittman, 19, was found guilty of granting of probation/revoke or modify, stemming from an offense of March 30. Magistrate John W. Sivertsen Jr. committed him to five days in jail; may do 40 hours of CWS to satisfy jail time; one year probation.

Berton A. Tullis, 19, was found guilty of resisting or interfering with arrest stemming from an offense of March 10. Froehlich sentenced him to 30 days in jail; and to pay a $50 surcharge within 10 days.

Mark G. Lemmel, 32, was found guilty of two counts of granting of probation/revoke or modify stemming from offenses of April 19 and April 26. Sivertsen ordered him to pay restitution, making $150 minimum payments on the 20th of each month beginning May 20, to be paid in full by July 20. He also was ordered to assign his PFD for restitution; and to three years probation.

Jeremy A. Oudekerk, 20, was found guilty of granting of probation/revoke or modify stemming from an April 24 offense. Froehlich committed him to 10 days in jail; probation of one year; to comply with restitution schedule of payments.

Adrian N. Paige, 28, was found guilty of reckless driving of a non-commercial vehicle stemming from an offense of April 23. Froehlich ordered Paige to serve 30 days in jail. Paige also was found guilty of driving while his license was cancelled/suspended/revoked/limited stemming from an offense on the same date. The sentence was 15 days in jail; revocation of license for 90 days; and paying a $50 surcharge.

Nathan L. Satterfield, 25, was found guilty of granting of probation/revoke or modify stemming from an offense of April 26. Judge Peter B. Froehlich fined him $200 with the stipulation "defendant not to be released until he pays, works off or serves off the fine." Froehlich sentenced him to 24 days in jail. He must also serve off $795 in old fines with 20 more days in jail. Satterfield was ordered to participate in all available alcohol treatment and AA meetings while serving his time.

Randy W. Nutt, 46, was found guilty of operating an aircraft or watercraft while intoxicated stemming from an offense of Jan. 7. Froehlich fined him $250; committed him to three days in jail; revocation of his license for 90 days; JASAP; ordered him to pay a $75 surcharge; placed him on probation for two years; ordered him to pay $210 cost of incarceration; and not to consume alcohol/other drugs or go where sold or served. A charge of refusal to submit to a breath test was dismissed.

Mary D. Tagaban, 23, of Juneau, was found guilty of drunken driving and of driving with a blood-alcohol level of 0.175 percent stemming from an offense of May 5. Froehlich fined her $500 with $250 suspended; committed her to three days in jail; revocation of license for 90 days; JASAP; ordered her to pay a $75 surcharge; and placed her on probation for one year. She was further ordered to pay a $210 cost of incarceration fee.

Layne T. Parker, 20, of Gustavus, was found guilty of making false statements stemming from an offense of Jan. 21, 1999. Froehlich suspended imposition of sentence and placed Parker on probation for one year during which time he was to pay a fine of $500 and a surcharge of $50. He was ordered not to hold a commercial fishing crew license for the current year and 2002.

Daryl L. Baker, 33, a prisoner at the Lemon Creek Correctional Center, was found guilty of three counts of granting of probation/revoke or modify stemming from an offense of May 3. Froehlich fined him a total of $6,150, committed him to 275 days in jail; ordered JASAP and participation in all available counseling while serving, including Naltrexone and AA meetings.

Maria E. Adams, 43, was found guilty of disorderly conduct stemming from an offense of March 7. Magistrate Sivertsen ordered JASAP; 80 hours of CWS at the direction of GHS; probation for one year; TCCC and Childcare and Family Resources classes; one year probation; and pay cost of incarceration to city attorney's office. Adams was found guilty of violating conditions. Sivertsen sentenced her to 10 days in jail; to JASAP; to pay a $50 surcharge; and to comply with any Superior Court orders for divorce/custody matters.

Curtis P. Singer, 39, of Hoonah, was found guilty of two counts of granting of probation/revoke or modify stemming from an April 9 offense. Froehlich fined him a total of $350; a total of 13 days in jail, which could be satisfied with credit for time at the Bill Brady Center.

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.

In Hoonah District Court, Arthur R. Whitney, 44, was found guilty of fourth-degree misconduct involving weapons stemming from a Nov. 19 offense. Judge Joyce Skaflestad committed him to jail for 30 days, ordered him to pay a surcharge of $50; and placed him on probation for one year. He was to contact Hoonah Medical Center, complete an alcohol screening and comply with the recommended program. He was also to forfeit his Marlin .45-70 rifle. A charge of reckless endangerment against Whitney was dismissed by the prosecuting attorney.

Russell R. See Jr., 4l, of Hoonah, was found guilty of fourth-degree assault stemming from an offense of April 20. Judge Skaflestad ordered him to serve 20 days in jail, pay a $50 surcharge, contact the Hoonah Medical Center for alcohol screening. He was placed on two years probation. A second charge of fourth-degree assault was dismissed by the prosecuting attorney.

Frank C. White Jr., 40, of Hoonah, was found guilty of second-degree criminal trespass stemming from an offense of April 27. Judge Skaflestad ordered him to serve 20 days in jail at the Lemon Creek Correctional Center, to pay a $50 surcharge. No probation was ordered. White also was found guilty of being a drunken person on a licensed premises. He was to serve 35 days in jail (consecutive to previous time); to pay a $50 surcharge. There was no probation ordered.



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