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Posted: Friday, October 06, 2000

Business Licenses

The following are new or renewed Juneau business licenses filed as of Thursday, Oct. 5, 2000:

Judith A. Morley, sole proprietor, The Broken Pot (independent artists, writers and performers).

Aaron S. Ludwig, sole proprietor, Aaron's Handyman Services (construction-related, exempt from contractor registration).

Tedi S. Hadfield, transcriptionist and sole proprietor, Glacier Transcription Service.

Sharon Durling, sole proprietor, Daycare (child day care services).

Amy K. Galloway, sole proprietor, Amy K. Galloway, Independent Beauty Consultant.

Dawn A. Christensen, sole proprietor, Orca Innovations (computer systems design and related services; web design).

Bernadette S. Bundy and Dale R. Bundy, partners, Bernadette BarBique (special food services).

Violeta Vanegas, sole proprietor, "Violeta's Beautiful Beginning" (direct selling establishments; Mary Kay sales).

Steven D. Scanlon, sole proprietor, SS Autobody & Paint (automotive repair and maintenance).

Ray D. Vidic, sole proprietor, Vidic Diversified Services (trade; direct selling establishments).

Daniel Stizoeing and Mary Stizoeing, partners, Alaska Direct Mail Services (business support services, such as transcription services; office administrative services).

Marriage Licenses

The following are new marriage licenses filed with the state Bureau of Vital Statistics in Juneau as of Oct. 5, 2000:

Charles William Cardwell, 48, and Teresa Frances Hurley, 4l, both of Juneau.

T roy Jerome Brenna, 39, and Mary Judith Ganem, 44, both of Juneau.

Javier Rivera Magallanes, 40, and Ana-Bertha Lopes Cordero, 28, both of Juneau.

Courts

Court records show the following legal actions among those taken in Juneau Superior and District courts through Oct. 5, 2000:

Divorces and dissolutions filed

Russell Beal and Joyce Beal.

Dennis Johnson and Paulette Johnson.

Lucas Bevegni and Shannon Bevegni.

Brad Rider and Janet Rider.

Catherine Weeks and Michael Weeks.

Anthony W. Warren and Eleanor L. Warren.

Kathleen M. Mazon and Venancio J. Mazon Jr.

Deborah Parks and Samuel Z. Parks.

Judgments

Editor's Note: Dismissed charges are now being included in the Empire's judgment listings.

Douglas J. Bryan, 43, of Juneau, was found guilty of violating probation stemming from an Oct. 5 offense. Judge Peter B. Froehlich imposed a fine of $400 with $400 suspended; ordered him to serve 40 days in jail with 40 days suspended; and placed him on probation for a year. He was also ordered to enroll in and complete an anger-management course.

Raynell Cordova, 40, was found guilty of violating probation stemming from an Oct. 5 offense. Froehlich ordered Cordova to enroll in, pay for and complete a substance-abuse treatment course and any treatment recommended; enroll in an anger-management course; and placed Cordova on probation for two years.

Erick R. Karlson III, 22, was found guilty of two counts of violating probation stemming from an Oct. 5 offense. Froehlich committed him to jail for a total of five days; to a substance-abuse treatment course; to two years probation.

Steven R. Jaynes, 4l, was charged with failure to appear stemming from an incident on Aug. 7. Charges were dismissed by the prosecutor.

Gary E. Howard, 27, was found guilty of driving with no valid operator's license stemming from an Oct. 1 offense. Judge Peter B. Froehlich sentenced him to pay a fine of $100; placed him on probation for a year; ordered him to pay a $50 surcharge; and to go to the Lemon Creek Correctional Center within 24 hours for fingerprinting.

Leonard R. Gray, 38, was found guilty of theft of services stemming from an offense on Sept. 15. Froehlich sentenced him to pay a fine of $100; to pay restitution in the amount of $33; to a year's probation; to pay a $50 surcharge; and to violate no lawas.

Gray was also found guilty of failure to appear stemming from a Sept. 27 offense. He was sentenced to 60 days in jail which could be satisfied with a 60-day inpatient treatment program; and to pay a $50 surcharge.

A charge against Gray of disorderly conduct stemming from a Sept. 24 incident was dismissed.

Heather D. Hartmann, 33, was found guilty of drunken driving stemming from an Oct. 1 offense. Judge Froehlich sentenced her to pay a $250 fine; to serve three days in jail; to surrender her driver's license for 90 days; to enroll in, pay for and complete a substance-abuse treatment course; and to pay a $75 surcharge. He placed her on probation for two years. She was also to pay a $270 incarceration fee.

Hartmann was also found guilty of driving without a valid operator's license stemming from an Oct. 1 offense. She was fined $250 and placed on probation for two years. A charge against Hartmann of reckless endangerment was dismissed.

John A. Reynolds, 37, was found guilty of disorderly conduct stemming from an Aug. 15 offense. Froehlich fined him $250; sentenced him to two days in jail; to a substance-abuse treatment course; to complete 40 hours of Community Work Service (Cwas) through Gastineau Human Services (GHS); placed him on probation for two years; ordered him not to consume alcohol or go where it is sold; not to take illegal drugs; play $140 incarceration fee with his permanent fund dividend. A charge of resisting an officer was dismissed.

Craig A. Klawitter, 38, was found guilty of drunken driving stemming from a July 10 offense. Froehlich imposed a fine of $1,000 with $500 suspended; ordered him to serve 60 days with 40 suspended; ordered his driver's license revoked for a year; to a substance-abuse treatment course; to two years probation. After his 20 days are served at state prison, Klawitter is to transfer to Glacier Manor to serve a sentence in another case.

He was further ordered to apply $175 of his bail to fine, and apply $75 of bail to pay for surcharge. He was to pay a $1,000 incarceration fee. His substance-abuse course was to include Alcoholics Anonymous meetings and taking Naltrexone if recommended.

Miguel E. Gonzales, 33, was found guilty of driving with no valid operator's license stemming from a July 16 offense. Froehlich imposed a fine of $100; ordered him to a substance-abuse treatment course; and placed him on probation for a year. He was to pay a $50 surcharge. Two charges of reckless endangerment were dismissed, and a charge of drunken driving was dismissed. However, he was found guilty of one charge of reckless endangerment stemming from July 16. Froehlich ordered him to serve three days in jail; to pay a $50 surcharge; to violate no lawas.

Linda Manzer, 44, was arrested by Alaska Fish and Wildlife Troopers Oct. 1 in Juneau for making a false statement on her application for a sportfish license, according to Alaska State Troopers. Manzer said she had lived her two years and two months when she had been a resident for only two months. She is scheduled for arraignment.

Rochelle L. Stevens, 20, was found guilty of two counts of violating probation stemming from an Oct. 3 offense. Froehlich sentenced her to a substance-abuse treatment course; to two years probation; and to violate no lawas. Stevens was also found guilty of driving with no valid operator's license stemming from a June 14 offense. Froehlich fined her $250; ordered her to pay a $50 surcharge; and placed her on probation for two years.

Dorothy A. Jorgensen, 51, was found guilty of violating probation stemming from a Sept. 1 offense and of violating probation stemming from a Sept. 22 offense. Froehlich sentenced her to a substance-abuse treatment program; placed her on probation for three years and ordered her not to consume or possess alcohol. Naltrexone treatment was recommended.

Jorgensen was also found guilty of criminal trespass stemming from an Aug. 30 offense. She was sentenced by Froehlich to 10 days in jail and to pay a $50 surcharge.

For being found guilty of two counts of violating conditions stemming from a Sept. 4 offense, Jorgensen was sentenced to serve 20 days in jail; to pay a $50 surcharge; and to pay $1,000 cost of incarceration. A charge of criminal mischief was dismissed.

Jason Manney, 3l, was found guilty of drunken driving stemming from an offense of April 22. Froehlich fined him $750; committed him to three days in jail; ordered his license revoked for 90 days; to enroll in, pay for and complete a substance-abuse treatment course; complete 40 hours Cwas through GHS. Manney was to apply his bail to a $75 surcharge, and pay a $210 incarceration fee with his permanent fund dividend. He was placed on probation for a year.

A charge of driving with a blood-alcohol level of 0.155 was dismissed.

Manney was found guilty of failure to appear stemming from a July 19 offense. Froehlich fined him $250; ordered him to a substance-abuse treatment course; and to pay a $50 surcharge by applying bail.

A charge of failure to appear stemming from a Sept. 5 incident was dismissed.

Jack C. Tulis, 39, was found guilty of assault stemming from an Aug. 15 offense. Froehlich fined him $500; committed him to jail for 30 days; ordered him to pay $1,000 cost of incarceration from his permanent fund dividend; and to pay a $50 surcharge by applying bail.

Jill M. Davidson, 46, was found guilty of assault stemming from a Sept. 6 offense. Froehlich fined her $200; ordered her to serve five days in jail; to a substance-abuse treatment course; to appear at a Naltrexone status hearing on Nov. 2; placed her on probation for two years; ordered her to attend AA meetings; and to pay a $50 surcharge. Davidson was also found guilty of violating conditions of release stemming from a Sept. 12 offense. She was sentenced to 10 days in jail; to pay a $50 surcharge; to pay $1,000 cost of incarceration through her PFD only. She was further found guilty of violating probation stemming from a Sept. 13 offense, and ordered to serve 15 days in jail.

Ambrosia R. Phillips, 20, of Juneau, was found guilty of violating probation stemming from a Sept. 13 offense. Froehlich sentenced him to serve 10 days in jail; to three years probation; to not enter places where alcohol is sold or served, not to consume alcohol or drugs. Phillips was also found guilty of assault stemming from a Sept. 9 offense. Froehlich fined her $250; committed her to 10 days in jail; ordered her to complete parenting classes through Childcare and Family Resources; to consult the Juneau Action Safety Activity Program (JASAP) about Naltrexone evaluation; to pay a $50 surcharge; and to three years probation.

Charles W. Beyer III, 29, was found guilty of being drunk on a licensed premises stemming from a July 31 offense. Judge Peter B. Froehlich sentenced him to serve 30 days in jail. A charge of violation of conditions was dismissed.

Dustin J. Patterson, 19, was found guilty of larceny stemming from an Aug. 16 offense. Froehlich sentenced him to pay a fine of $1,000 with $750 suspended; to serve 63 days with 60 suspended; to complete 40 hours Cwas through GHS; to a year's probation; to pay a $210 incarceration fee with his PFD; and to pay a $50 surcharge.

Juanita L. Derose, 34, was found guilty of disorderly conduct stemming from a Sept. 3 offense. Froehlich fined her $1,000 with $800 suspended; committed her to five days in jail; to a substance-abuse treatment course; to an anger-management course; to a year's probation; to Child Care & Family Resource classes; and to pay a $50 surcharge. Counseling receipts may be credited toward her fine, and 40 hours Cwas could be done in lieu of jail time.

A charge of interfering with a report of domestic violence was dismissed.

A charge of assault and a charge of interfering with an officer/resisting arrest against Dressida S. Konovolov, 20, was dismissed by the prosecutor. The charges stemmed from incidents of May 7.

A charge of failure to appear against Bernadine L. Shodda, 41, of Juneau, stemming from a June 19 incident was dismissed by Judge Froehlich.

A charge of assault against Valerie C. O'Neil 2l, was dismissed by Judge Froehlich on Oct. 2. A charge of possession/consumption by a minor was also dismissed.

However, O'Neil was found guilty of interfering with arrest stemming from a July 3 offense. Froehlich sentenced her to pay a $200 fine; to 30 days in jail; to a substance-abuse treatment course; to pay a $50 surcharge; to a year's probation; to pay a $1,000 incarceration fee. Froehlich specified that JASAP receipts could be credited to her fine.

David A. White, 42, was found guilty of driving without a valid license stemming from a March 14 offense. Judge Froehlich committed him to 10 days in jail; to surrender his license for 90 days; to pay a $50 surcharge. White was found not guilty of violation of conditions stemming from a May 1 incident and not guilty of violation of conditions stemming from a May 4 incident. He was found guilty of driving with an expired registration stemming from a March 15 offense, and sentenced by Froehlich to pay a fine of $50. He was also assessed a $10 surcharge, payable from bail.

Kenneth C. Schoonover, 22, was found guilty of two counts of violating conditions of probation stemming from a July 20 offense. Froehlich sentenced him to serve a total of five days in jail, time which could be satisfied with Cwas; placed him on probation for three years; to enroll and complete an anger-management course; to not consume alcohol or go where it is sold or served; to not take illegal drugs.

David G. Waits, 36, of Ketchikan, was found guilty of driving without a valid license stemming from an April 11, 1998, offense. Judge Froehlich imposed a fine of $500; 50 days in jail; revocation of his license for 90 days; a year's probation; and to pay a $50 surcharge.

A charge of violation of conditions against Waits stemming from an Aug. 22 iincident was dismissed by the prosecutor.

Christine L. Yatchmenoff, 35, was found guilty of violating conditions of probation stemming from a Sept. 21 offense. Froehlich sentenced him to five days in jail; to two years probation; to not consume alcohol; to maintain employment; to violate no laws; to attend AA meetings; and to a substance-abuse treatment course.

Savok Wren, 22, was found guilty of driving without a valid operator's license stemming from a July 30 offense. Froehlich fined him $150; sentenced him to 20 days in jail; to revocation of his license for 90 days; to pay a $50 surcharge; to two years probation.

Donald B. Hay, 20, was found guilty of being a person under 21 on a licensed premises stemming from a Sept. 21 offense. Froehlich sentenced him to check fines on a previous case; to serve one day in jail; to a substance-abuse treatment course; to pay a $50 surcharge; and to a year's probation. The substance-abuse course may be transferred south.

Roger A. Barr, 20, was found guilty of violating probation stemming from a July 7 offense. Froehlich fined him $200; committed him to five days in jail; placed him on probation for two years. Barr was also found guilty of minor consuming and fined $200. He is allowed to do CWS in lieu of the fine. A $10 surcharge was assessed, due within 10 days.

Ryan B. Emerick, 24, was found guilty of driving without a valid license stemming from a Sept. 17 offense. Froehlich fined him $100; placed him on probation for a year; ordered him to pay a $50 surcharge.

Doug A. Kotyk, 18, of Juneau, was found guilty of driving without a valid license stemming from a Sept. 20 offense. Froehlich fined him $200; placed him on probation for a year; ordered him fingerprinted; and sentenced him to pay a $50 surcharge.

Mauro M. Ortiz, 20, was found guilty of violation of probation stemming from a May 5 offense. Froehlich imposed a sentence of 35 days in jail; a year's probation; and paying original restitution of $346 plus interest. He was found guilty of another charge of violation of probation stemming from a July 25 offense. He was ordered to serve 10 days in jail and pay a $50 surcharge.

Cecelia DeRose-Noe AKA Cecelia Beierly, 35, was indicted by a grand jury in Juneau Superior Court for second-degree theft from the Tlingit and Haida Community Council; and for 20 counts of second-degree forgery of checks on various dates between February and June 2000. All indictments are class C felonies.

Donna M. Willard, 40, of Hoonah, was found guilty of violating conditions stemming from a Sept. 21 offense. Froehlich sentenced her to 10 days in jail; alcohol evaluation and treatment, which may include up to 30 days in-patient treatment through the Hoonah Clinic; to violate no laws. Willard was also found guilty of assault stemming from a Sept. 9 offense. She was fined $500; sentenced to 60 days in jail; to a substance-abuse treatment course including evaluation for Naltrexone; to pay restitution, to be determined within 30 days; to pay a $50 surcharge; to pay $1,000 cost of incarceration through PFD; and to three years probation. A charge of assault stemming from Sept. 9 and another of violating conditions stemming from Sept. 11 was dismissed.

However, Willard was found guilty of failure to appear stemming from a Sept. 11 offense. She was ordered to pay a $50 surcharge; not to possess or consume alcohol/drugs or go where sold or served; to seek and maintain employment; and to violate no laws.

Donald T. Bowthorpe, 39, of Juneau, was found guilty of driving without a valid license stemming from a June 15 offense. Froehlich sentenced him to probation for a year; to complete 40 hours CWS; to appear at a status hearing; and to violate no laws.

Mary A. Stuart, 4l, was found guilty of disturbing the peace after being warned of noise stemming from a Sept. 28 offense. Froehlich sentenced her to pay a fine of $200; to serve six days in jail; to a substance-abuse treatment course; to two years probation; to complete 40 hours of CWS; to complete Childcare & Family Resource Center courses; and to violate no laws. A second charge of disturbing the peace was dismissed.

Glenn A. Stuart, 46, was found guilty of disturbing the peace after being warned of noise stemming from a Sept. 28 offense. Froehlich fined him $100; sentenced him to a day in jail; to a substance-abuse treatment course; to a year's probation; to 20 hours CWS; to a Childcare & Family Resource Center course; and to pay a $50 surcharge.

Gordon G. Boiko, 43, was found guilty of driving with no valid operator's license stemming from a Sept. 23 offense. Froehlich suspended imposition of sentence and placed him on probation for a year. He was to pay a $50 surcharge and be fingerprinted.

Matthew J. St. Clair, 20, was indicted by a grand jury on charges of second-degree sexual abuse of a minor, charged with sexual penetration of a person at least three years younger than himself, a class B felony.

Vickie K. Adams, 43, was found guilty of drunken driving and of driving with a blood-alcohol content of 0.228 percent stemming from a Sept. 20 offense. Magistrate John W. Sivertsen Jr. fined her $250; ordered her license revoked for 90 days; to serve six days in jail; to a substance-abuse treatment course; to a year's probation; to pay a $75 surcharge; to pay $390 cost of incarceration through PFD.

Dale D. Zwingelberg, 5l, was found guilty of drunken driving and of driving with a blood-alcohol level of 0.189 percent stemming from a June 17 offense. Judge Patricia A. Collins fined him $500; sentenced him to 30 days in jail; revoked his license for a year; sentenced him to a substance-abuse treatment course; to pay a $75 surcharge; to not consume alcohol or go where it is sold or served; and to probation for two years. A charge of reckless endangerment against Zwingelberg was dismissed.

Todd M. Dubs, 34, was found guilty of drunken driving and of driving with a blood-alcohol level of 0.177 percent stemming from a Sept. 27 offense. Judge Peter B. Froehlich sentenced him to pay a fine of $250; to serve three days in jail; to revocation of his license for 90 days; to a substance-abuse treatment course; to a year's probation; to pay a $75 surcharge; and to pay $210 cost of incarceration.

Dianna M. Druley, 38, of Juneau, was found guilty of violations of probation stemming from a Sept. 27 offense. Judge Larry R. Weeks imposed six months in jail. Druley was also found guilty of third-degree theft stemming from a Dec. 1, 1999, offense. Weeks sentenced her to seven months in jail, to run consecutively with the previous sentence. She was ordered to pay restitution of $980; to apply and assign her PFD's over the years for restitution; to pay a $50 surcharge.

David W. Tatum, 42, was found guilty of assault stemming from a July 10 offense. Judge Froehlich sentenced him to serve 10 days in jail; to a substance-abuse treatment course; to 18 months probation; to pay $490 incarceration fee through his PFD; to pay a $50 surcharge. Froehlich allowed CBJ 30 days in which to request restitution. Four other charge of assault were dismissed.

Celest D. Salazar-Garcia, 34, was found guilty of disorderly conduct stemming from an offense of Sept. 2. Judge Froehlich committed her to serve two days in jail (or 16 hours CWS); to a substance-abuse treatment course; to a year's probation; and to pay a $50 surcharge. A charge of criminal trespass was dismissed.

Jeffrey L. Bernhardt, 37, was found guilty of violation of conditions stemming from an Aug. 3 offense. Froehlich sentenced him to a substance-abuse treatment course; to pay a $50 surcharge; and to 40 hours CWS. A charge of violating a domestic violence protection order was dismissed. However, Bernhardt was found guilty of disorderly conduct stemming from a July 26 offense. Froehlich sentenced him to two days in jail; 40 hours CWS; a $50 surcharge; a $140 incarceration fee; and to violate no laws. A charge of interfering with a report stemming from July 26 was dismissed.



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