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Posted: Friday, September 22, 2000

Births

Recent births reported by Bartlett Regional Hospital:

On Sept. 11, a son weighing 7 pounds 8 ounces, to Jodi Lynn Fowlkes and Jacob Knapp Higgins of Juneau.

On Sept. 13, a son weighing 9 pounds 4.5 ounces, to Catherine Ina Noonan and Alexander Chester Giza.

On Sept. 14, a son weighing 8 pounds 5.5 ounces, to Gina Melissa Mixson of Juneau.

On Sept. 14, a daughter weighing 7 pounds 9.5 ounces, to Susan Joan Norvell and Jacques Martin Norvell.

On Sept. 14, a daughter weighing 6 pounds 1 ounce, to Winter Marie Skeek and Joelito Charles Skeek of Petersburg.

On Sept. 15, a daughter weighing 7 pounds 5 ounces, to Karn Marie Hickok and Daniel Dale Hickok.

On Sept. 16, a son weighing 6 pounds 5 ounces, to Tara Elizabeth Mason and Charles Stanley Mason.

On Sept. 17, a daughter weighing 5 pounds 14 ounces, to Priscilla Harris Valentine and Allen Wilson Valentine.

Recent births to Juneau residents in which births occurred outside Juneau:

On Aug. 26, a son weighing 4 pounds 4 ounces, to Shawn Sypeck and Richard Sypeck. Born at Seattle's Swedish Medical Center, the baby was monitored in the neonatal intensive care unit for a time, and is now doing well at home in Juneau.

Business Licenses

The following are new or renewed Juneau business licenses filed as of Thursday, Sept. 21, 2000:

Sherrie A. Tinsley-Myers, sole proprietor, Dreamin' Dog Publishing (independent artists, writers and performers).

Brandon M. Roomsburg, sole proprietor, Reliable Services (construction-related, exempt from contractor registration).

Brady A. Scott, president and sole proprietor, Coastal Zone Consulting (management, science, technical consulting, environmental services).

Jeff Cutler, sole proprietor, Blue Man Agency (agents, managers for artists and other public figures).

Pamela J. Culbreth, sole proprietor, Chocolate Lily Floral (florist).

Kaie M. Wilcox, vice president, representing Kaie M. Wilcox and Randall V. Sirois, partners, I Spy Innovations (electronic and precision equipment repair and maintenance).

Ian Grant, co-owner, Pizzeria Roma (full-service restaurant), a subdivision of H & I Inc., a corporation or limited liability company.

Sheryl J. Tichenor, sole proprietor, Papa Joe's (child day care services).

Andrew Hamilton, proprietor, representing Andrea L. Hamilton and Joshua A. Hamilton, partners, J.A.M. The Solution Source (other miscellaneous retailers).

Nathan J. Soboleff and Angie M. Wright, partners, Juneau Tours (travel arrangements and reservation services).

Scott Jensen, president, representing South East Repair & Electronics, a subdivision of Lyle's Home Furnishings Inc., a corporation or limited liability company (electronics and appliance store).

Kristin Whitehead, representing Jessica Gilbert, sole proprietor of Starr Cleaners (janitorial, cleaning services).

Marissa M. Goodwin, sole proprietor, Haven Kid Care (child day care services).

Amy L. Nelson, sole proprietor, Waters Edge Child Care (child day care services).

Denise A. Radach, sole proprietor, Denise Radach (child day care services).

Marriage Licenses

The following are new marriage licenses filed with the state Bureau of Vital Statistics in Juneau as of Sept. 21, 2000:

Kirk Malcolm McLean, 38, and Elizabeth Ashman Berry, 3l, both of Juneau.

Michael Alan Hemele, 40, and Julie Anna Berndt, 36, both of Harrison Township, Michigan.

James David Bellaire, 35, and Dianna Marie Chapman, 32, both of Tully, N.Y.

Michael Valgene Hudson, 48, and Wanda Fay Dana, 53, both of Juneau.

William Bradley Blitsch, 49, and Linda Kay Smith, 53, both of Las Vegas.

Paul Edward Bettinger, 29, and Julie Rae Rigazio, 34, both of Westminster, Colo.

Jerry J. Fogg, 56, and Leslie J. LaMontagne, 52, both of Lyman, Neb.

Kevin Alexander Scott, 25, and Julie Ann Shedelbower, 25, both of Sarasota, Fla.

Adrian Wayne Longacre, 55, and Sylvia Christine Ospital, 48, both of Juneau.

Courts

Court records show the following legal actions among those taken in Juneau Superior and District courts through Sept. 21, 2000:

Divorces and

dissolutions filed

Terry Ray Carter and Suzanne Carter.

Nuki Jackson and Jason Jackson.

Lori Ackerman and James Ackerman.

Nathan Corduan and Erin Corduan.

Tuyet Hagerup and Ronald Hagerup.

Douglas K. Chilton and Julia L. Chilton.

Craig Hogan and Tamsann Hogan.

Timothy J. Gladden and Sherri A. Gladden.

Maureen Sessions and Edward Sessions.

Kevin Foster and Sandra Foster.

Judgments

Tylon T. Grant, 32, was found guilty of violating terms and conditions of probation, stemming from an offense of Sept. 11. Judge Peter B. Froehlich fined him $1,000 with $1,000 suspended; ordered him to serve 50 days in jail with 50 suspended; to enroll in, pay for and complete a substance-abuse treatment course and any additional treatment recommended; and placed him on probation for two years.

Dominique Jean, 38, was found guilty of driving without a valid operator's license stemming from a July 7 offense. Magistrate John W. Sivertsen Jr. ordered Jean to serve 30 days in jail; ordered Jean's license revoked for 90 days; ordered Jean to pay a $50 surcharge.

Jean was also found guilty of second-degree criminal mischief stemming from a Sept. 1 offense. Sivertsen ordered him to serve 90 days in jail to run consecutive to the 30-day sentence; to pay a second $50 surcharge; and placed him on probation for two years.

Benjamin H. Bingham, 17, was found guilty of violating terms of probation stemming from a Sept. 7 offense. Judge Peter B. Froehlich placed him on probation for a year. He was ordered to document and complete 100 hours of Community Work Service. He was also ordered to stay in good standing at alternative school and submit quarterly reports to the District Attorney's office. Bingham was also found guilty of driving without a valid operator's license stemming from an Aug. 11 offense. Froehlich ordered him to pay a $50 surcharge; and placed him on a year's probation.

Dixon J. Mazon, 2l, was found guilty of first-degree criminal trespass stemming from a May 20 offense. Froehlich fined him $1,000 with $900 suspended; ordered him to serve 60 days with 50 suspended; and placed him on probation for two years. He was to enroll in a substance-abuse treatment course, attend Alcoholics Anonymous meetings three times a week, and be considered for treatment with the drug Naltrexone.

On Sept. 11, a hearing was held in the matter of the revoking of probation of Andrew Hughes, 33. Hughes was originally sentenced for various offenses, including second-degree theft and four counts of failure to appear, given a composite sentence of nine years in jail with six suspended. At the hearing, Superior Court Judge Larry Weeks ordered that the suspended portion of Hughes' sentence granted on June 20 is revoked and reimposed on condition that he successfully complete seven years probation. Conditions of probation included seeking and maintaining employment as approved by the probation officer; not associating with convicted felons; not possessing firearms or deadly weapons; not possessing or consuming intoxicating liquor; making restitution in the amounts of $560 and $38,487.93, paying at least $200 per month; complete an anger management program and any counseling recommended by his wife's counselor. The total composite sentence imposed is 15 years with 10 years suspended. He is to receive no credit for time served since July 4 in these cases.

On Sept. 8, a hearing was held in the matter of the revoking of probation of Jason L. Wright, 27, originally convicted of second-degree assault stemming from an offense on May 28, 1993. Judge Weeks noted that Wright was originally sentenced to 10 years in jail with 7.5 years suspended. Because he violated probation, the suspended portion of his sentence was revoked and reimposed and again suspended at this hearing. Wright was placed on probation for five years. The conditions of the probation included that he was to seek and maintain employment as approved by his probation officer; receive anger management counseling; participate in a psychological/psychiatric counseling program; not possess or consume any intoxicating liquor; not use or possess any illegal drugs; not associate with convicted felons; not possess firearms or deadly weapons; make restitution of $16,971.70 at the rate of $100 per month commencing one month after his release from jail. Wright was ordered to apply for and assign to the court his permanent fund dividend checks.

Lonnie D. Taylor, 3l, of Ketchikan, was found guilty of violating terms of probation stemming from an offense of Sept. 7. Judge Peter B. Froehlich imposed a fine of $250; ordered him to serve 20 days in jail with credit for time already served. An original $200 fine, a suspended $250 fine and a $25 surcharge are all to be paid at the rate of $75 by Oct. 6 and $100 thereafter on the sixth of each month until all is satisfied.

Lance C. Cesar, 33, of Juneau, was found guilty of violating terms of probation stemming from an offense of Sept. 9. Magistrate John W. Sivertsen Jr. ordered him to serve 45 days in jail with 35 suspended; to a substance-abuse treatment course; to not consume alcohol or go where it is sold or served; to two years probation; and to violate no laws.

John M. Williams, 30, was found guilty of violating terms of probation stemming from an offense of Sept. 6. Sivertsen was committed to serve 60 days in jail by Magistrate Sivertsen. Williams was also found guilty of assault stemming from a July 24 offense. Sivertsen ordered him to serve 60 days in jail; to a substance-abuse treatment course; to not consume alcohol; to pay a $50 surcharge; to two years probation. And Williams was found guilty of a second count of assault stemming from a July 24 offense. Sivertsen sentenced him to 60 days in jail; and gave the city of Juneau 30 days in which to request restitution.

On Sept. 8, Gregory M. Floch, 4l, was indicted by a grand jury in Juneau Superior Court on a charge of fourth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance. He is charged with knowing possessing heroin on or about Sept. 4 at or near Hoonah.

On Sept. 8, Garry M. Bowen, 52, was indicted by a grand jury on a charge of third-degree assault stemming from an incident on or about Sept. 1 in Hoonah in which he placed a man in fear of imminent serious injury by means of a shotgun. This conduct is a class C felony.

On Sept. 8, Jeffery D. Katasse, 46, was indicted by a grand jury on a charge of third-degree sexual assault stemming from an incident on or about Aug. 16 in Hoonah when he engaged in sexual conduct with a person "knowing that she was unaware that a sexual act was being committed."

On Sept. 8, Son Than Phan, 30, was indicted by a grand jury on a charge of third-degree assault stemming from an incident on or about Sept. 3 at or near Yakutat, where he placed another person in fear of imminent serious physical injury by means of a dangerous instrument, a knife. This conduct is a class C felony.

Eleanor L. Kaye, 40, was found guilty of assault stemming from a July 17 offense. Magistrate John W. Sivertsen Jr. fined her $2,000 with $1,500 suspended; committed her to 20 days in jail; ordered her to a substance-abuse treatment course; ordered her to complete 80 hours Community Work Service through Gastineau Human Services; to seek and maintain employment; to pay a $50 surcharge; to pay $1,000 cost of incarceration; and not to consume alcohol or go where it is sold or served. Sivertsen gave the city 30 days in which to request restitution.

Kaye was also found guilty of violating terms of probation stemming from an Aug. 18 offense. Sivertsen fined her $1,000 with $750 suspended; to serve 90 days in jail with 80 suspended; to a substance-abuse treatment course; to pay a $50 surcharge. This jail time was to run consecutively with the previous time. A charge of shoplifting was dismissed.

Joseph J. Paine, 18, was found guilty of second-degree vehicle theft stemming from an offense of June 19. Judge Patricia A. Collins sentenced Paine to serve 180 days with 150 suspended; to pay a $50 surcharge; and placed him on probation for a year. Collins ordered him to complete 150 hours Community Work Service filing proof with the court of 20 hours a month starring Oct. 5.

John P. Bell, 46, was found guilty of violating conditions of probation stemming from an offense of Sept. 7. Magistrate John W. Sivertsen Jr. ordered him to a substance-abuse treatment course with Naltrexone if recommended; to have no contact with his victim or her residence; to probation for three years. Bell was also to enroll in and complete an anger-management course; to pay his original $500 fine; to pay restitution (amount not given); and to seek and maintain employment and submit quarterly reports to the city attorney's office.

Allyn R. Moore, 32, was found guilty of disorderly conduct "challenge to fight," stemming from a July 16 offense. Magistrate John W. Sivertsen Jr. sentenced him to 15 days in jail and ordered him to pay $50 by Sept. 28.

Carl Wilson, 36, was found guilty of violations of probation stemming from an Aug. 17 offense. Sivertsen imposed a sentence of 60 days in jail. Wilson was also found guilty of criminal trespassing stemming from an Aug. 16 offense. He was sentenced to 90 days in jail and to pay a $50 surcharge.

Jacalyn S. Kane, 49, was found guilty of drunken driving stemming from an Aug. 8 offense. Sivertsen fined her $500 with $250 suspended; committed her to 50 days in jail with 44 suspended; revoked her license for 90 days; ordered her to enroll in, pay for and complete a substance-abuse treatment course; ordered her to pay a $75 surcharge; pay cost of jail of $270; and placed her on a year's probation.

James W. Gute, 32, of Juneau, was found guilty of operating an aircraft or watercraft while intoxicated stemming from a July 31 incident. Sivertsen fined him $300; committed him to five days in jail; revoked his driver's license for 90 days; ordered him to a substance-abuse treatment course; to pay a $75 surcharge; to pay cost of jail of $210; and to a year's probation.

George A. Paul, 53, was found guilty of assault stemming from a July 31 offense. Sivertsen ordered him to pay a $1,000 fine with $800 suspended; to serve 10 days in jail; to pay a $50 surcharge; to enroll in, pay for and complete an anti-violence course; to take child care and family resource classes; to pay cost of jail of $490; and to a year's probation. Sivertsen gave the city of Juneau 30 days to decided whether Paul should pay restitution.

Martin B. Goenett, 36, of Anchorage, was found guilty of negligent driving that necessitated taking evasive action, stemming from an Aug. 17 offense. Judge Peter Froehlich fined him $300 and ordered him to pay a $10 surcharge. A charge of failure to appear against Goenett, based on an Aug. 28 offense, was dismissed by Froehlich.

Coleen J. Milton, 36, of Yakutat, was found guilty of violating terms of probation stemming from a Jan. 27, 1999, offense. Magistrate John W. Sivertsen Jr. fined him $250 with $250 suspended; ordered him to serve 42 days in jail with 39 suspended; to a substance-abuse treatment case; and to a year's probation.

Andrew C. Hughes, 33, of Juneau, was found guilty of domestic violence assault stemming from an offense of July 4. Judge Larry R. Weeks committed him to prison for one year with credit for time served. A second charge of domestic violence assault stemming from May 19 was dismissed.

Hughes was also found guilty of sixth-degree misconduct involving marijuana stemming from a July 4 offense. Weeks sentenced him to 90 days.

Timothy J. Shockley, 18, was found guilty of driving without a valid operator's license stemming from a Sept. 5 offense. Judge Froehlich sentenced him to pay a fine of $150; to pay a $50 surcharge; and placed him on probation for 18 months.

Sean L. Welch, 34, was found guilty of driving without a valid license stemming from a June 11 offense. Sivertsen fined him $250; ordered him to serve 10 days in jail; ordered revocation of his license for 90 days; ordered him to pay a $50 surcharge; and to serve out a year's probation.

Tracy G. Guest, 27, of Juneau, was found guilty of driving without a valid license. Sivertsen fined guest $125; ordered revocation of license for 90 days; to pay a $50 surcharge; to complete 80 hours of Community Work Service; to appear at a status hearing Nov. 14; and handed down a year's probation.

In Juneau Superior Court on Sept. 15, Rebecca M. Braman, 22, was indicted by a grand jury on one count of second-degree assault; two counts of third-degree assault using a car as her instrument; and one count of reckless driving. All stemmed from an offense in Juneau on or about June 9. Three people were allegedly injured in these assaults.

In Juneau Superior Court on Sept. 15, Kenneth W. Shaquanie, 22, was indicted by a grand jury for drunken driving when his breath-alcohol level was 0.216 percent; for first-degree vehicle theft; and for driving with a revoked license. Vehicle theft is a class C felony. All three charges stemmed from an offense in Juneau on Sept. 9.

Shaquanie was also indicted for drunken driving while his breath-alcohol level was 0.262 percent; for first-degree vehicle theft; and for driving with a revoked license. This indictment was for a second series of incidents in Juneau on Sept. 9.

Troy P. McClanahan, 29, was found guilty of disorderly conduct stemming from a July 24 offense. Judge Patricia A. Collins fined him $1,000 with $750 suspended; committed him to 90 days in jail with 90 days suspended; ordered him to a substance-abuse treatment course; to complete 40 hours of Community Work Service through Gastineau Human Services; and placed him on probation for a year. During that probation, he was to violate no laws, complete parenting classes and pay a $50 surcharge. If he moves, he is to find and attend comparable parenting classes.

Christophe J. Jim, 2l, was found guilty of violating conditions of probation stemming from a Sept. 11 offense. Judge Peter B. Froehlich ordered him to serve 10 days in jail with five suspended; to a substance-abuse treatment course; and to 18 months probation. During probation, he was to commit no criminal violations; enroll in, pay for and complete a substance-abuse treatment course; and maintain employment.



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