FYI

Posted: Friday, August 11, 2000

Births

Recent births to Juneau residents which occurred elsewhere:

On Jan. 21, 2000, a daughter, weighing 6 pounds 7 ounces, to Lynette Marie Black and Scott Donald Black of Juneau. The birth took place at Doctors Medical Center in Modesto, Calif.

Business Licenses

The following are new or renewed Juneau business licenses filed as of Aug. 10:

Karen M. Lechner, sole proprietor, Stuff She Wrote (independent artists, writers and performers).

Pamela Culbreth, sole proprietor, Campo De' Fiori (florist)

Cari Rene, sole proprietor, Cari Rene (other professional, scientific, technical services; diving services).

Gina M. White, sole proprietor, Gina M. White (accounting, tax preparation, bookkeeping, payroll services).

Lisa Blachev, sole proprietor, Lisa Blachev Pottery (independent artists, writers and performers).

Tamesa L. Vargas-Rohach and Richard Rohach, partners, Magic Moments (direct selling establishments, lingerie).

Michael W. Powers, sole proprietor, Powers Works (other miscellaneous manufacturing).

Sean Strauss, sole proprietor, Alaska Student (other schools and instruction such as piano, sports, recreation, fine arts, language).

William F. Boatman, sole proprietor, Drysuit Divers (other schools and instruction such as recreation, sports).

Stephen E. Nelson and Sidney R. Nelson, partners, Northwood Equipment Repair (commercial equipment repair and maintenance, excluding auto and electronic).

Thelma L. Scroggins, sole proprietor, Tammy's Treasures (florists).

Shane D. Hooton, member, representing Ariel Enterprises, a Limited Liability Company (hunting guides).

Paul R. Larson Jr., D&P General Repair (automotive repair and maintenance).

Paul E. Glick, sole proprietor, Paul Glick (business schools, computer and management training).

Carolyn E. Browning, sole proprietor, Carol Browning (other professional, scientific, technical services; diving services).

Judy Steffel, sole proprietor, Write Right (business support services; transcription services).

Stacey L. Poulson, sole proprietor, Porcupine Design (interior design services).

Patrick D. Arasmith, sole proprietor, Arasmith Floor Covering.

Anne N. Perry, owner, Anne Noel Perry (other professions, scientific, technical services; diving services).

Kathryn J. Dennis, executive director, Care Net Pregnancy Center of Juneau (civic and social organizations).

Edward Turner, store manager, representing H. Keith Giles, owner, Alaska Music Outfitters (musical instrument store).

Marriage Licenses

The following are new Juneau marriage licenses filed with the state Bureau of Vital Statistics as of Aug. 10:

David John Schnegelberger, 62, and Jean Marie Wells, 5l, both of Colorado.

Al Michael Treacy, 33, and Siska Anne Mitchell, 29, both of Juneau.

Lucas Benjamin Mesdag, 23, and Robyn H. Zimmerman, 33, both of Juneau.

Lyman Scott Reynoldson, 28, and Kelli DeeAnne Wood, 29, both of Juneau.

Patrick Lawrence Buettner, 42, and Lana Diane Thompson, 3l, both of Juneau.

Martinus Groendijk, of Katwyk, Netherlands, and Margaret Elizabeth Olesen, 47, of Jaffray, British Columbia, Canada.

Burton Lydell Rivera, 30, and Rhonda June Guest, 30, both of Juneau.

Michael Justin Howard, 26, and Rosanne Marie Gilbert, 23, both of Juneau.

Scott Conrad Wajcman, 32, and Stephanie Lynn Stoiloff, 3l, both of Pembroke Pines, Fla.

Frank Scarpati, 53, of Tempe, Arizona, and Christine Sebastian Fickas, 5l, of Apache Junction, Ariz.

Andrew Charles Wachmann, 22, and Christine DeAnne Tatham, 20, both of Juneau.

William A. Errico, 33, and Rosalyn P. J. Huntley, 27, both of Yonkers, N.Y.

Michael Howard Hogle, 32, and Stacy Dawn Elenz, 26, both of Waterloo, Iowa.

Marc Leon Walker, 32, and LuAnn Justine Hunt, 35, both of Juneau.

Jens Uwe Deuster, 33, and Anja Irina Lepple, 33, both of Stuttgart, Germany.

Daniel Martin Hanson, 39, and Jami Lynn Orsborn, 32, both of Juneau.

Courts

Court records show the following legal actions among those taken in Juneau Superior and District courts through August 10:

Divorces and Dissolutions Filed

Helen Maloney and Jack Maloney.

Brad Rider and Janet Rider.

Kelly Loren Stephens and Britten Michelle Stephens.

Judgments

John N. Katzeek, 25, was found guilty of driving while his license was canceled, suspended, revoked or limited, stemming from a June 10 offense. Judge Peter B. Froehlich imposed a sentence of 15 days in jail, a $50 surcharge, and revocation of his license for 90 days concurrent with the Department of Motor Vehicles.

Katzeek was also found guilty of contempt of court stemming from a June 14 offense. Froehlich sentenced him to 15 days in jail and to pay a $50 surcharge. For violating conditions of his probation on July 24, Katzeek was sentenced to 15 more days in jail.

Justin G. Mather, 2l, of Wards Cove, was found guilty of disorderly conduct stemming from an Aug. 4 offense. Froehlich imposed a sentence that included a $250 fine, a $50 surcharge, contact with the Ketchikan Alcohol Safety Action Program within a week and compliance with treatment they recommend, and two years probation.

Mather was also found guilty of resisting/interfering with an officer stemming from an Aug. 5 offense. Froehlich fined him $375; ordered him to violate no laws; and to two years probation.

Roger M. Pugh, 43, of Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, was found guilty of reckless driving stemming from an alleged drunken driving incident on May 23. Froehlich sentenced him to three days in jail, revocation of his license for 30 days; to enroll in, pay for and complete a substance-abuse treatment course; to a year's probation; to pay a $50 surcharge; to violate no laws.

Kiley R. Jackson, 23, of Juneau, was found guilty of violating terms and conditions of probation stemming from a July 24 offense. Jackson was sentenced by Froehlich to a substance-abuse treatment course; to pay old surcharges within 10 days of Aug. 4; to a year's probation; to violate no laws.

Kevin D. Jordan, 24, was found guilty of three counts of violating conditions of probation stemming from offenses of June 29. Froehlich ordered him to serve a total of 20 days in jail; to a substance-abuse treatment course; and to two years probation.

Jordan was found guilty of driving without a valid license stemming from a July 15 offense. Froehlich fined him $250; ordered him to serve 10 days in jail; to surrender his license for 90 days; to a substance-abuse treatment course; to pay a $50 surcharge; to seek and maintain employment full time by Sept. 1 with quarterly reports to the district attorney; to violate no laws; and to violate no laws.

Mark E. Shilling, 40, was found guilty of felony drunken driving; four counts of third-degree assault; reckless endangerment; disorderly conduct; and driving with a revoked license, stemming from an offense on Nov. 4. On the count of felony DWI, Judge Patricia A. Collins sentenced him to 30 months in jail with 14 months suspended; to pay $1,000 toward cost of incarceration; and to pay a $1,000 fine. His license was revoked for three years, and he was to pay a surcharge of $75. On three of the counts of third-degree assault, Shilling was to serve 18 months in jail with 12 months suspended. Jail time was concurrent. As to reckless endangerment, he was to serve nine months with six suspended. For the final count of third-degree assault, he was to serve 12 months with 10 suspended, time to serve consecutive to all other counts. On the fourth-degree assault, Collins ordered him to serve seven months in prison with six suspended; time to serve is consecutive, while suspended time is concurrent. For disorderly conduct, he was to serve 10 days with five suspended.

For driving with a revoked license, he was to serve 180 days with 90 suspended. He was fined $1,000 with $1,000 suspended. His license was revoked for 90 days concurrent with DMV action for this offense.

Shilling's composite sentence totaled 36 months with all but 22 months and five days suspended with credit for time served.

He was further placed on supervised probation for six years, subject to the usual conditions regarding employment, supporting his legal dependants, and avoiding alcohol or controlled substances.

George Andrews Jr., 26, was found guilty of violating conditions of probation stemming from a June 26 offense. Froehlich ordered him to pay old fines; he could credit fees to fines or do Community Work Service for fines and surcharge. Froehlich committed him to three days in jail; to a substance-abuse treatment course; to two years probation; and to violate no laws.

Dorothy A. Jorgensen, 51, was found guilty of driving while intoxicated and of driving with a blood-alcohol level of 0.168 percent stemming from an offense of July 30. Judge Froehlich sentenced her to pay a fine of $250; was sentenced to 10 days in jail; revoked her driver's license for 90 days; to a substance-abuse treatment course; to pay a $75 surcharge; to two years probation; and to appear at a hearing regarding Naltrexone.

Jorgensen was found guilty of violating terms of probation stemming from a July 32 offense. Froehlich sentenced her to 20 days to be served at Gastineau Human Services long-term facility as an in-patient; placed her on probation for three years; to not consume or possess alcohol or go where it is sold or served; and to appear at a hearing Aug. 11 regarding Naltrexone.

Jorgensen was further found guilty of being a drunken person on a licensed premises stemming from a July 9 offense. Froehlich sentenced her to 20 days in jail and to pay a $50 surcharge.

Roger Booth, 21, was found guilty of coercion stemming from an Aug. 1, 1999, offense. Superior Court Judge Larry Weeks sentenced Booth to three years in jail with a total of 30 months suspended for five years on the condition that he successfully complete probation. During his probation, he was ordered not to associate with convicted felons; not to possess firearms or deadly weapons; to participate in a victim impact program at the request of his probation officer; to submit to a sex offender evaluation and assessment; to submit to an alcohol and drug abuse evaluation and complete any treatment recommended; to be subject to search of his person, property, residence or vehicle; to not engage in any volunteer community activity that involves unsupervised contact with females under the age of 16; to not reside in any dwelling in which a female under the age of 16 is residing or staying without the prior written approval of his probation officer; to make restitution of $4,061.15 to an individual and $745.28 for the benefit of the Haines School District. Defendant must pay a $100 surcharge to the court within 10 days of sentencing or release from jail.

Joseph Zeh, 40, was found guilty of second-degree burglary; fraudulent use of a credit card; and third-degree theft, stemming from an offense on Jan. 4. Judge Patricia A. Collins sentenced him to two years with 22 months suspended on the burglary; two years with 22 months suspended on the credit card fraud; and six months with four months suspended on the theft on condition that the defendant successfully complete probation. Time to serve is consecutive; suspended time is concurrent. She recommended that he reside at a community residential center. During his probation, Zeh was ordered to report all purchases, sales and trades of motor vehicles; participate in a psychological/psychiatric-counseling evaluation; participate in an educational/vocational program; participate and complete a victim impact program; not associate with convicted felons; not possess firearms or deadly weapons.

William Edward Gottke, 40, was found guilty of second-degree sexual abuse of a minor stemming from a Jan. 16, 1999, offense. Judge Collins ordered him to register as a convicted sex offender. She also sentenced him to 36 months in jail, 24 months suspended for five years on the condition that he successfully complete probation. During his probation, Gottke is to secure the prior written permission of a probation officer of the Department of Corrections before changing employment or residence or leaving the area; make a reasonable effort to secure and maintain steady employment; not possess or consume intoxicating liquor; be subject to tests and searches; not associate with convicted felons; not have any drug paraphernalia such as syringes, needles, cooking spoons or hash pipes; reside in a community residential center; and participate in an alcohol/drug rehabilitation program.

Ethan M. Knuthson, 19, was the subject of an amended judgment handed down by Judge Patricia A. Collins. He was found guilty of fourth-degree attempted misconduct involving a controlled substance, a misdemeanor, stemming from an offense of Jan. 18.

Carmen N. Lopez, 48, of Petersburg, was found guilty of theft of services stemming from an Aug. 2 offense. Magistrate John W. Sivertsen Jr. sentenced Lopez to pay restitution of $20.90 to Juneau Taxi Company. He placed Lopez on probation for six months, and ordered him to pay a $50 surcharge and to be fingerprinted within 24 hours.

Andy J. Mills, 20, was found guilty of sixth-degree misconduct involving marijuana stemming from a July 30 offense. Magistrate Sivertsen suspended imposition of sentence and placed him on probation for six months; ordered him to be fingerprinted; to pay a $150 fine; and to pay a $50 surcharge.

Patrick M. Grieser, 18, was found guilty of sixth-degree misconduct involving marijuana stemming from a July 30 offense. Sivertsen suspended sentence and placed him on probation for six months; ordered him to be fingerprinted; and to pay a $150 fine as well as a $50 surcharge.

Joe Davis, 20, had his probation revoked. The original charge was second-degree burglary stemming from an offense of April 28, 1999. Because of Davis' violations of conditions of probation, Judge Collins revoked the 18 months of the suspended portion of his sentence granted on Sept. 14, 1999. She further ordered Davis to secure the prior written permission of a probation officer before changing employment or residence; make a reasonable effort to secure and maintain steady employment; not to possess or consume any intoxicating liquor or enter any establishment which sells it; be subject to chemical tests of blood, breath or urine; be subject to search; not to use drugs or possess drug paraphernalia; obtain a substance abuse evaluation; apply for and assign all permanent fund dividend checks to the court to be applied to restitution until restitution is paid in full; and not to possess firearms or deadly weapons as defined by Alaska statutes.

Eric D. Butler, 30, a prisoner at the Lemon Creek Correctional Center, was found guilty of fourth-degree assault stemming from a Feb. 26 offense. Judge Larry Weeks ordered him to serve one year in jail consecutively with other counts; to pay a $50 surcharge. Weeks gave the state 30 days in which to submit the amount of restitution.

Butler was also found guilty of fourth-degree assault stemming from a March 16 offense. Weeks sentenced him to a year in jail, to run consecutively.

Calvin Yerkey, 3l, was indicted by a grand jury on two counts of third-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance at or near Petersburg. One count involved an offense on July 28; the other count involved an offense in June.

Larry M. Nelson, 46, was indicted by a grand jury on one count of felony driving while intoxicated stemming from an offense on August 1 at or near Juneau, having been previously convicted twice within the previous five years of DWI.

Brian J. Byers, 26, was indicted by a grand jury Aug. 4 on one count of second-degree burglary stemming from an incident at Gustavus on or about Aug. 18, 1999; and on one count of second-degree theft stemming from the same place and date. Byers was also indicted on a charge of third-degree criminal mischief, alleging that he broke a window at the Gustavus Medical Clinic.

Christopher Rathbone, 20, was found guilty of third-degree misconduct involving weapons stemming from an offense of Dec. 16, 1999. Judge Collins sentenced him to three years in jail with a total of one year suspended for four years on condition that he successfully complete probation. During his probation, he was to secure the prior written permission of his probation officer before changing employment or residence; make a reasonable effort to secure and maintain steady employment; not possess or consume any intoxicating liquor; be subject to blood, breath or urine tests; be subject to searches; participate in an educational/vocational training program including a victim impact program; not associate with convicted felons; not possess drugs; obtain a substance abuse evaluation and follow all treatment recommendations; and not possess firearms or deadly weapons.

Rathbone was also found guilty of third-degree theft and second-degree theft dating from an offense in the spring of 1999. Judge Collins committed him to jail for 12 months, with 12 months suspended for four years on condition that he successfully complete probation. She ordered him to perform 400 hours Community Work Service; and violate no laws.



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