FYI

Posted: Monday, July 24, 2000

Births

Recent births reported by Bartlett Regional Hospital:

On July 11, a son weighing 7 pounds 14 ounces, to Erin Elizabeth Tolles and Dennis Wayne Tolles.

On July 12, a daughter weighing 6 pounds 14 ounces, to Sherry Lynn Munro of Juneau.

On July 13, a son weighing 7 pounds, to Tracey Ann Lamberty and Michael Lamberty of Juneau.

On July 16, a son weighing 7 pounds 3 ounces, to Simeona Galletes and Lui Fenumiai of Juneau.

Recent births reported by the Juneau Family Birth Center:

On July 14, a daughter weighing 6 pounds and 1 ounce, to Amanda Judy and William Judy of Juneau.

Business Licenses

The following are new or renewed Juneau business licenses filed as of July 20, 2000:

Willis D. Marvin, Uncle Wills' Child Care (child day care services).

Faith M. Rogers, owner, The Busy Bee (child day care services).

Dennis J. Russell, president, representing Dennis J. Russell and Christine E. Wyatt, partners, Nature Points North (other miscellaneous retailers).

Lisa Pennoyer, consultant and sole proprietor, Creative Memories (direct selling establishments).

Stash E. Ginger, owner, Submariner Diving (diving services).

Eligio C. Page Jr. and Lynette M. Page, partners, E & L Services (construction related, exempt from contractor registration).

George L. Andary III, sole proprietor, Northern Exposures 2 (other personal services such as pet care).

Ernest W. White, owner, EWW Enterprises (lessors of real estate).

William Kalbrener, part-owner, representing Klaus Marx and William Kalbrener partners, Freight Dawg Co. (other miscellaneous manufacturing, such as jewelry, silverware, dolls, etc.).

David L. Streeter, owner, Streeter Diving Services (other support services).

Pawel M. Zerek, owner, Euro Direct, Ltd. (other furniture-related product manufacturing).

Diana K. Hamar, owner, Diana Hamar (other miscellaneous retailers).

Tara Harris, owner, representing Tara Harris and Willie Harris, partners, TW Enterprise (lessors of real estate; certified real estate appraisers).

Ellery L. Lumbab, sole owner, The Diaper Club (child day care services).

Hank Baumgart, president, Icy Strait Seafoods Inc. (seafood preparation and packaging).

Kenneth R. Corsette, owner, Kenco Services (repair and maintenance of electronic and precision equipment).

Christina L. Tavares, Christina's Day Care (child day care services).

Marriage Licenses

The following are new Juneau marriage licenses filed with the state Bureau of Vital Statistics as of July 20, 2000:

Stephen Alan Locks, 24, and Michelle Marie Dilbeck, 25, both of Juneau.

Charles George Baker, 64, and Mary Joan Congram, 66, both of Juneau.

Jon Theodore Canary, 40, of Juneau, and Maria Theodora Ruck, 35, of Brussels, Belgium.

Richard S. Armijo, 40, and Kelly Ann Forkasdi, 30, both of Cave Creek, Arizona.

Matthew John Hernandez, 24, of Eureka, Calif., and Ryann Marie Johnston, 19, of Juneau.

Richard Curtis Isaak, 36, and Michele Nena Worley, 33, both of Juneau.

Aaron Nathaniel Bernhardt, 19, and Colleen Michelle Polk, 18, both of Juneau.

Norman M. Metz, 66, and Patricia E. West, 53, both of Las Vegas, Nevada.

Nicholas D'Amore, 57, and Martha Sue Scanlan, 57, both of Naples, Florida.

Brian James Dixon, 29, and Kymberly Ann Goetz, 25, both of Anchorage.

William E. Thomson, 29, of Juneau, and Kimberly E. Sheeran, 26, of Peoria, Arizona.

Dennis R. Poshard, 32, and Diane Lynn Regan, 36, both of Juneau.

Todd Christian Harper, 30, and Brandalee Hope Kasnick, 22, both of Juneau.

Leonard B. Sims Jr. 23, and Alejandra DeAsco, 2l, both of Juneau.

Peter Matthew Sebben, 3l, and Diana Clare Potthast, 4l, both of San Antonio, Texas.

David G. Frankenfield II, 44, and Karen Lee Stout, 5l, both of Coplay, Pennsylvania.

Roderick James Hamilton, 37, and Tammy Joy Cristofoli, 33, both of Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, Canada.

Chad Franklin Watts, 26, and Tamara Joanne Wahto, 27, both of Juneau.

Courts

Court records show the following legal actions among those taken in Juneau Superior and District courts through July 20:

Divorces and Dissolutions Filed

Dawn Chappell and Arthur Chappell.

Wayne Fausett and Kristine Fausett.

Karas Bronyraur and Pam Bronyraur.

Stephen Moore and Ginger Moore.

Judgments

Yavonne Lott, 19, was found guilty of driving without a valid operator's license stemming from an offense of June 23. Magistrate John W. Sivertsen Jr. suspended imposition of sentence and placed her on probation for a year. The conditions of the probation included not committing any criminal violations; paying a $100 fine; paying a $50 surcharge; and going to the Lemon Creek Correctional Center within 24 hours to be fingerprinted.

Gregory J. Steele, 32, was found guilty of violations of probation stemming from an offense of July 13. Magistrate Sivertsen imposed a fine of $3,000 with $3,000 suspended; committed Steele to 120 days in jail with 115 suspended; ordered him not to consume alcohol or go where it is sold or served; and ordered him to enroll in, pay for and complete a substance-abuse treatment course and any treatment recommended; and placed him on probation for four years. He was to attend Alcohol Anonymous meetings and take Naltrexone (an anti-addiction medication).

Steele was additionally found guilty of disorderly conduct stemming from an offense on May 18. Sivertsen sentenced him to seven days in jail; to pay a $50 surcharge; to a year's probation. And he was found guilty of sixth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance on May 18. He was sentenced to pay a fine of $100 and placed on a year's probation.

Gregory T. Bacon, 20, was found guilty of operating without a valid operator's license stemming from a July 4 offense. Sivertsen suspended imposition of sentence and placed Bacon on a year's probation. Conditions include his paying a $100 fine; violating no laws; being fingerprinted; and paying a $50 surcharge.

On July 14, the probation of James Jack Jr., 22, was revoked. The original charge was first-degree vehicle theft stemming from an offense of May 1997. Jack admitted to having violated his conditions of probation, and thus the sentence granted on Sept. 22, 1999, was revoked and reimposed by Judge Patricia A. Collins.

Jack was originally sentenced to three years, with two and a half suspended. The two and a half were now reimposed and again suspended. Collins further ordered that Jack be placed on probation for five years. During that time he is ordered to make a reasonable effort to secure and maintain steady employment; to not possess or consume any intoxicating liquor or enter any establishment which has as its primary purpose the sale of liquor; and to report all purchases, sales and trades of motor vehicles. He was also subject to chemical tests of his blood, breath or urine; and subject to a search of his person, property, residence or vehicle. He was not to associate with convicted felons; not to possess firearms or deadly weapons. He was also ordered to pay restitution of $400 to certain individuals and $8,553.01 to Colonial Insurance Company.

Jack was further ordered by Judge Collins not to work as an informant for any law enforcement agency.

Margurite J. Keicher, 23, was indicted by a grand jury on July 14 on one count of fourth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance stemming from an incident on or about March 6. Bail was set at $2,500.

John D. Woeber, 19, was found guilty of violating terms of probation stemming from a July 13 offense. Magistrate John W. Sivertsen Jr. sentenced him to serve 10 days in jail; to report to the Lemon Creek Correctional Center on July 14; and to a year's probation.

Woeber was also found guilty of driving without a valid operator's license on April 20. Sivertsen sentenced him to pay a $250 fine; to surrender his operator's license for 90 days; to pay a $50 surcharge; and to document and complete 80 hours of Community Work Service (CWS). Additionally, Woeber was found guilty of reckless endangerment stemming from an offense of April 20. He was to serve 10 days in jail to run consecutively with the previous jail time; to pay restitution of $410.55 to the court; and to a year's probation.

Harry J. Williams, 20, was found guilty of three counts of violations of probation, all three stemming from a July 13 offense. On each count, Sivertsen sentenced him to two days in jail, all to run consecutively. He was also ordered to enroll in, pay for and complete a substance-abuse treatment course; to get his GED through Alternative School; and placed on a year's probation.

Dirk S. Daugherty, 19, of Juneau, was found guilty of driving while intoxicated and also of driving with a blood-alcohol level of 0.145 percent stemming from a June 18 offense. Judge Peter B. Froehlich also found him guilty of being a minor operating a vehicle after consuming alcohol (MOVAC). For the DWI and excessive blood-alcohol level, Daugherty was sentenced to pay a fine of $250; to serve five days in jail; to revocation of his driver's license for 90 days; to a substance-abuse treatment course; to pay a $75 surcharge; to two years probation. For the MOVAC, Froehlich sentenced him to pay a fine of $250, which could be paid off by CWS at a rate of $5 per hour. He was assessed a $10 surcharge and placed on probation for a year. He was also ordered to obtain a high school diploma by Jan. 1, 2001.

Delphine R. James, 25, was found guilty of violating conditions of probation stemming from an offense on July 17. Magistrate Sivertsen suspended imposition of sentence and placed James on probation for a year subject to the following conditions: Defendant shall commit no criminal violations; shall pay a fine of $250; shall violate no laws; shall complete 40 hours of CWS; must seek and maintain employment.

Kim A. Peterson, 41, of Pelican, was found guilty of disorderly conduct stemming from an offense of June 3. Sivertsen imposed a fine of $250; six days in jail; a year's probation; a $50 surcharge; and a $280 payment for cost of incarceration.

Mina P. Wilson, 36, was found guilty of two counts of violating conditions of probation stemming from an offense of June 2. Sivertsen committed her to jail for a total of 10 days; to a substance-abuse treatment course; to two years probation during which period she should commit no criminal violations. Wilson was also found guilty of assault stemming from a June 2 offense. Sivertsen imposed a sentence that included a $500 fine; 20 days in jail; up to 30 days in-patient substance-abuse treatment if recommended; to enroll in, pay for and complete an anger-management program; to complete 80 hours of CWS through Gastineau Human Services; to pay a $50 surcharge; to pay $1,000 cost of incarceration; and to three years probation.

George Johnson Jr., 44, was found guilty of assault stemming from a July 10 offense; and guilty of disorderly conduct ``in place of vehicle usage'' stemming from a July 2 offense. Sivertsen ordered him to a total of 130 days in jail; to pay two $50 surcharges; and to pay $1,000 cost of incarceration with his Permanent Fund dividend.

Isaiah S. Percival, 21, was found guilty of driving with an invalid operator's license stemming from a May 23 offense. Sivertsen sentenced him to surrender his driver's license for 90 days; to a year's probation; to 80 hours of Community Work Service; to pay a $50 surcharge.

Alice R. Milton, 19, of Juneau, was found guilty of driving without a valid operator's license stemming from a May 13 offense; and of violating conditions of probation stemming from a July 10 offense. Sivertsen imposed a total of $350 in fines; a $50 surcharge; and a year's probation.

Dustin D. Mack, 23, was found guilty of disorderly conduct stemming from a May 16 offense. Sivertsen committed him to 10 days in jail; to pay cost of incarceration of $270; to pay a $50 surcharge; to enroll in, pay for and complete an alternative to violence class; and to two years probation.

Wendy Y. Willard, 36, was found guilty of criminal trespass stemming from an offense of June 2. Magistrate John W. Sivertsen Jr. fined her $500 with $250 suspended; ordered that she could credit treatment fees toward the fine; ordered her to a substance-abuse treatment course; to complete 20 hours of Community Work Service (CWS); placed her on probation for a year; ordered her to seek and maintain employment; to pay a $75 surcharge to the court; and to violate no laws during her probation.

Gerald H. Snow, 41, of Juneau, was found guilty of reckless endangerment involving an air- or watercraft stemming from an offense on April 6. Sivertsen fined him $250; ordered him into a substance-abuse treatment course; to pay a $50 surcharge; to violate no laws; and to a year's probation.

Jill M. Davidson, 46, was found guilty of open lewdness stemming from a July 13 offense when she exposed herself to a neighbor. Sivertsen sentenced her to pay a fine of $250; to serve one day in jail with credit for time served; to pay a $50 surcharge; and placed her on probation for a year during which she is to violate no laws.

Everett J. Drewniak, 50, was found guilty of criminal trespass stemming from an offense of June 27. Sivertsen sentenced him to 30 days in jail; and to pay a surcharge of $50.

Timothy J. Ackerman Jr., 18, sentenced on June 20 to report for fingerprinting, was found guilty July 12 of failing to comply with that condition. A penalty of $50 was imposed.

Marcos A. Garcia, 35, was found guilty of driving without a valid operator's license stemming from an offense of April 20. Sivertsen imposed a fine of $1,000 with $500 suspended; ordered him to serve 10 days in jail; to revocation of his license for 90 days; to pay a $50 surcharge; to assign his permanent fund dividend to the court; and to a year's probation.

Kyle E. Davenport, 2l, was found guilty of driving without a valid operator's license stemming from an offense of July 9. Sivertsen imposed a fine of $100. A charge of reckless endangerment was dismissed.

Davenport was also found guilty of drunken driving and driving with a blood-alcohol level of 0.235 stemming from an offense of July 9. On this charge, Sivertsen imposed a fine of $500; sentenced him to 25 days in jail; to revocation of his license for a year; to a substance-abuse treatment course; to pay a $75 surcharge; to pay cost of incarceration; and to pay cost of incarceration. He was placed on probation for 18 months, probation to begin with the completion of his incarceration.

Barry Burnett, 52, was found guilty of failure to register as a first-degree sex offender or child kidnapper, a class C felony. Sivertsen sentenced him to 35 days in jail and to pay a surcharge of $50.

Ernestine Duguqua, 40, of Juneau, was found guilty of fourth-degree criminal mischief stemming from an April 19 offense and of misconduct with marijuana stemming from an offense on the same date. Sivertsen sentenced her to a total of 15 days in jail; to pay a fine of $100; to pay a $50 surcharge; to a substance-abuse treatment course; and to a year's probation.

John D. Harvell, 56, was found guilty of driving without a valid operator's license stemming from a June 12 offense; of reckless driving of a non-commercial vehicle stemming from a June 12 offense; of violation of conditions of probation stemming from a June 14 offense; and of drunken driving stemming from a June 18 offense. Sivertsen sentenced him to pay a total of $400 in fines; to serve a total of 98 days in jail; to a substance-abuse treatment course; to not consume or possess alcohol or go where it is sold or served; to violate no laws; to two years probation; to pay two $50 surcharges; and to revocation of his license for 120 days.

Paul Thomas III, 38, was found guilty of assault stemming from a July 13 offense. Judge Patricia A. Collins sentenced him to 90 days in jail; to pay a $50 surcharge; and to five years probation; to an anger management course; to pay restitution of an amount to be determined by the city; to pay cost of incarceration - with permanent fund dividend only.

Thomas was also found guilty of violating terms and conditions of probation stemming from a July 14 offense. Magistrate Sivertsen sentenced him to 30 days in jail; to five years probation; to an anger-management course; to pay cost of incarceration with his Permanent Fund dividend.

James A. Cannelos, 24, was found guilty of misconduct involving marijuana stemming from a July 10 offense. Sivertsen imposed a fine of $100; ordered him to pay a $50 surcharge. Cannelos was also found guilty of violating conditions stemming from a July 10 offense. Magistrate Sivertsen imposed a sentence of five days in jail and a $50 surcharge.

Cannelos was further found guilty of criminal trespass stemming from a July 10 offense. Sivertsen fined him $250; sentenced him to seven days in jail; ordered him to pay restitution of $46.82 to the court; to pay a $50 surcharge; to a year's probation; and to violate no laws.

The probation originally given to John Foster, 27, for first-degree vehicle theft and driving while intoxicated stemming from a Jan. 9 offense was revoked July 14 because he violated conditions of probation as stated in a state petition. Superior Court Judge Larry Weeks ordered him to serve two years with 18 months suspended on one count; and 120 days with 60 suspended on the second count. He was placed on probation for three years during which time he is to make a reasonable effort to secure and maintain steady employment; not associate with convicted felons without the permission of his probation officer; not possess illegal drugs; notify his probation officer of any prescription drugs; participate in an alcohol/drug rehabilitation program; participate in an education/vocational program including a Victim Impact segment; and pay a fine of $250, cost of incarceration of $1,000 and a surcharge of $100.

Scott R. Thomassen, 29, of Sitka, was found guilty of criminal mischief stemming from an offense of July 9. Sivertsen imposed a fine of $750; committed him to five days in jail; to pay restitution of $150 to the court; to a substance-abuse treatment course; to pay a $50 surcharge; to pay cost of incarceration of $210; and to three years probation.

Leonard R. Gray, 38, was found guilty of disorderly conduct/creating a hazardous and/or unsanitary condition stemming from an offense of June 30. Sivertsen sentenced him to 10 days in jail.

Patrick McKinley, 39, was found guilty of assault stemming from a May 25 offense; and of violation of conditions of probation stemming from a May 26 offense. Magistrate John W. Sivertsen Jr., sentenced him to a total of 35 days in jail; to pay total fines of $750; to a substance-abuse treatment course with up to 20 days of in-patient treatment if recommended; to not consume alcohol or go where it is sold or served; to complete 80 hours of CWS; to seek and maintain employment; to pay a total of $2,000 cost of incarceration with his permanent fund dividend; and to three years probation during which period he was to violate no laws.



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