FYI

Posted: Friday, October 20, 2000

Marriage Licenses

The following are new marriage licenses filed with the state Bureau of Vital Statistics in Juneau as of Oct. 19, 2000:

Matthew J. Harwell, 23, and Danae Maree Metcalf, 18, both of Juneau.

Nathan Daniel Solano, 2l, and Jennifer O'Neal Barnes, 22, both of Juneau.

Adam Wade Hubbard, 23, and Candace Marie Seils, both of Juneau.

Business Licenses

The following are some of the new or renewed business licenses filed with the state Department of Community and Economic Development as of Oct. 19:

Robert M. Mikol and David Strickon, partners, North Pacific Data Imaging Center (management, science, technical consulting, environmental services).

Victoria E. Scharen, sole proprietor, Aurora's Photo Editing (personal services such as photofinishing).

Joshua A. Benevides, sole proprietor, JAB's House of Smoke (other general merchandise stores).

James P. Hutchison, primary partner, representing James P. Hutchison and Connie J. Hutchison, partners, Hutchison Consulting (office administrative services).

Paul D. Gerber, sole proprietor, Paul Gerber (electronic shopping and mail-order house).

Misty D. Land, sole proprietor, Misty's Play House (child day care services).

Barry G. Burnett, sole proprietor, Northern Lights Commercial Kitchen Cleaning Services.

Pamela L. Reed, sole proprietor, Pamela Reed Consulting (management, science, technical consulting and/or environmental services).

Courts

Court records show the following legal actions among those taken in Juneau Superior and District courts through Oct. 19, 2000:

Divorces and dissolutions filed

David Erfurt and Patricia Erfurt.

Kevin Foster and Sandra Foster.

Timothy Gladden and Sherri Gladden.

Brad Rider and Janet Rider.

Douglas Chilton and Julia Chilton.

Michelle Hosier and Steven Hosier.

David Mesdag and Melissa Mesdag.

Henriatha Baker and Daryl Baker.

Judgments

Charges against Pablo J. Alvarado, 25, of Juneau, of fourth-degree assault stemming from an alleged offense of June 30 were dismissed by Judge Peter B. Froehlich on Oct. 17 in Juneau District Court. A charge of reckless endangerment was also dismissed, as was a charge of interference with a report of domestic violence.

Blaine L. Smith, 37, of Juneau, was found guilty of driving without a valid operator's license stemming from an offense of Aug. 22. Froehlich sentenced him to 45 days in jail; to revocation of his license for 90 days; and to pay a $50 surcharge. A charge of failure to register as a sex offender was dismissed.

Mark A. Stevens, 44, of Haines, was found guilty of driving without a valid operator's license stemming from an offense of Aug. 30. Froehlich fined him $250; committed him to10 days in Haines jail; ordered his license surrendered to the court for 90 days; ordered him to pay a $50 surcharge; and put him on probation for two years.

A hearing was held Oct. 17 in the matter of the revoking of probation of William W. Ellis, 23. The original charge against Ellis was first-degree theft stemming from an Aug. 23, 1995, offense. Superior Court Judge Larry Weeks ruled that Ellis be committed to jail for five years with 18 months of that time again suspended. Ellis will receive credit for time served. He was also put on probation for 10 years, during which time he is to report in person each month to his probation officer.

Ellis was ordered to make restitution in the amount of $90,000 plus interest at the current statutory rate, payable with co-defendant Mike Hogan. Payments were to be at least $200 per month. Ellis was to assign his Permanent Fund dividend to this restitution in any year he is eligible to receive it. He was also ordered to be gainfully employed on a year-round basis after he completes his time in jail.

David Milton III, 18, was found guilty of first-degree unlawful evasion stemming from an offense of June 15. Froehlich sentenced him to five days in the Johnson Youth Center; ordered him to pay a $50 surcharge; and placed him on probation for a year. He was ordered to obtain his GED by June 1, 2001; and to attend adult education for two days a week after his release.

Shane W. Sewell, 26, was found guilty of two counts of violation of probation stemming from an Aug. 7 offense. Froehlich imposed 147 days in jail with 147 suspended; ordered him to enroll in, pay for and complete a substance-abuse treatment course and any treatment recommended; and placed him on probation for two years. A charge against Sewell of refusal to submit to a chemical test was dismissed.

Sewell was also found guilty of drunken driving stemming from a July 31 offense. Froehlich fined him $1,000; ordered him to assign his PFD to the court; to serve 80 days in jail; to surrender his driver's license for three years; to pay a $75 surcharge to pay cost of incarceration. He was also placed on probation for three years.

Rhonda T. Willard, 25, was found guilty of driving with no valid operator's license stemming from an offense of Aug. 28. Froehlich fined her $200; sentenced her to 15 days in jail; and ordered her to pay a $50 surcharge. Willard was also found guilty of violating conditions of probation stemming from an Oct. 6 offense. Froehlich placed her on probation for a year.

A girl, 16, was found guilty of driving with no valid operator's license stemming from an offense of Aug. 12. Froehlich suspended imposition of sentence and placed her on probation for one year. She was to pay a fine of $150 and a $50 surcharge. Community Work Service (CWS) may be substituted for fines. She was ordered to stay in school and violate no laws.

A charge of being a fugitive from justice stemming from an alleged offense of June 7 was dismissed against Louis Allday Jr., 57, of Juneau.

John Evans, 26, was found guilty of violation of probation stemming from an Aug. 21 offense. Judge Froehlich ordered him to serve 10 days in jail and placed him on probation for a year.

Charles A. Abbott, 21, was found guilty of two counts of violating the conditions of probation stemming from an offense of Sept. 11. Froehlich allowed him to perform CWS for all fines owing. He was ordered to serve 10 days in jail; to enroll in and complete a substance-abuse treatment course; to not consume or possess alcohol or go where it is sold or served; and to participate in alcohol and drug counseling while in custody. Froehlich also placed him on probation for two years; and ordered him to obtain a full-time job within 10 days of release and give quarterly reports about his employment to the District Attorney's office.

Erlito C. Samonte, 26, was found guilty of violating conditions of probation stemming from an Aug. 30 offense. He was placed on probation for 18 months. He was also found guilty of disorderly conduct stemming from an Aug. 28 offense. Froehlich sentenced him to 10 days in jail; to pay a $50 surcharge; to pay cost of incarceration of $420; and to comply with his sentence.

Burnheart Johnson Jr., 37, was found guilty of two counts of violating conditions of probation stemming from offenses on Aug. 8 and Oct. 12. Judge Froehlich ordered him to enroll in, pay for and complete a substance-abuse treatment course; to pay a $50 surcharge; to serve two years probation; to serve five days in jail; and to violate no laws. Johnson was also found guilty of drunken driving stemming from an Aug. 5 offense. He was sentenced to pay a $250 fine; to serve 35 days in jail to run consecutively with other jail time; to surrender his license for 90 days; to pay a $75 surcharge; to pay a $1,000 incarceration fee; and to violate no laws.

A charge of reckless endangerment against Johnson was dismissed.

Johnson was additionally found guilty of driving without a valid operator's license stemming from an Aug. 5 offense. Froehlich sentenced him to a substance-abuse treatment course and two years probation.

Stephen K. Frentz, 39, of Petersburg, was found guilty of drunken driving and of driving with a blood-alcohol level of 0.148 percent stemming from an offense of July 19. Froehlich fined him $600; committed him to jail for 25 days; to a substance-abuse treatment course; to pay a $50 surcharge; and to pay $1,000 cost of incarceration. He also ordered his license revoked for a year and placed him on two years probation.

A charge of sixth-degree misconduct with a controlled substance stemming from an alleged July 19 offense was discharged by Froehlich.

William R. Dangeli, 28, was found guilty of drunken driving and of driving with a blood-alcohol level of 0.191 percent stemming from an offense of June 18. Froehlich imposed a fine of $250; sentenced him to three days in jail; ordered his license revoked for 90 days; ordered him to pay a $75 surcharge; and placed him on probation for a year. He was also to pay a $270 incarceration fee. A second charge of drunken driving was discharged. However, Dangeli was found guilty of driving without a valid operator's license. He was fined $100 and ordered to take a substance-abuse treatment course.

Liberty A. Bell, 2l, was found guilty of violating probation stemming from an offense of Oct. 12. Froehlich fined Bell $50; committed Bell to jail for three days; and placed Bell on probation for two years. Bell was also found guilty of driving without a valid license on Oct. 6. Froehlich imposed a $100 fine; 10 days in jail; surrender of driver's license for 90 days; a $50 surcharge; fingerprinting; and two years probation.

Dolly C. Rivera, 35, was found guilty of violating a domestic violence protection order stemming from an offense of Sept. 17. Magistrate John W. Sivertsen Jr. suspended imposition of sentence and placed her on probation for a year. She was also to pay a fine of $250 and a surcharge of $50; to enroll in a substance-abuse treatment course; and to complete 40 hours CWS.

A charge of assault against Rivera was dismissed by the prosecutor. A second charge of violating a domestic violence protection order was discharged.

Leonard W. Smiley, 29, was indicted by a grand jury in Juneau Superior Court Oct. 13 on one court of first-degree sexual assault of a minor during 1991. The victim was under 13 years of age at that time.

After a four-day trial in Juneau, a jury acquitted Zachary Jacobs of first-degree sexual assault. The assault allegedly took place in Haines.

Elio A. Flores, 18, was found guilty of violating conditions of probation stemming from an offense of Oct. 12. Froehlich fined him $125; ordered him to a substance-abuse treatment course; to a year's probation; and to stay in good standing at alternative school.

Flores was also found guilty of minor consulting of alcohol stemming from an offense of July 4. Froehlich fined him $150, which could be paid with CWS at the rate of $5 per hour. Flores was assessed a $10 surcharge.

Albert N. Watson, 45, was found guilty of failure to register as a sex offender stemming from an offense of July 1. Froehlich committed him to 35 days in jail; to pay a $50 surcharge; and placed him on probation for one year.

A charge of failure to obey a citation against Watson was discharged.

Colleen E. Nease, 4l, was found guilty of sixth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance stemming from an offense of Oct. 4. Froehlich imposed a $200 fine and a $50 surcharge. She was ordered to go to state prison to be fingerprinted within 24 hours of Oct. 16.

Deina R. Davis, 19, was found guilty of violating conditions of probation stemming from an Oct. 12 offense. Froehlich ordered her to a substance-abuse treatment course; to a year's probation; and to stay in good standing at alternative high school and earn a diploma by Jan. 1, 2001.

Davis was also found guilty of minor consuming stemming from a Sept. 30 offense. She was fined $150, which could be paid with CWS. She was assessed a $10 surcharge and placed on probation for a year.

Aaron D. Muchmore, 26, was found guilty of violating conditions of probation stemming from an Oct. 12 offense. Froehlich committed him to 10 days in jail; and to pay an old fine and an old surcharge.

Tyson K. Brooks, 3l, was found guilty of driving with no valid operator's license stemming from an Oct. 5 offense. Froehlich imposed a fine of $500 with $400 suspended; ordered him to pay a $50 surcharge; and placed him on probation for a year.

Robin L. Brenner, 4l, was found guilty of sixth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance stemming from an Oct. 4 offense. Froehlich fined him $200; ordered him to pay a $50 surcharge; and to be fingerprinted at state prison.

Cresencio B. Bagoyo III, 2l, was found guilty of misdemeanor violation of conditions in connection with a felony charge stemming from an incident of May 2. Judge Patricia A. Collins sentenced him to six months in jail; and to pay a $50 surcharge.

Dixon J. Mazon, 2l, was found guilty of first-degree criminal trespass stemming from an offense of May 20. Judge Froehlich fined him $100; sentenced him to 10 days in jail and two years probation; and ordered him to attend to a substance-abuse treatment program; three Alcoholics Anonymous meetings a week and be treated with Naltrexone.

Bernadine L. Shodda, 4l, was found guilty of two counts of violation of conditions of probation stemming from an Oct. 12 offense. Froehlich ordered her to a substance-abuse treatment course; to not consume alcohol or take illegal drugs; to violate no laws; and to serve one month in jail.

James R. Crenshaw Jr., 22, was found guilty of violating conditions of probation stemming from an Oct. 12 offense. Froehlich sentenced him to three days in jail; to a substance-abuse treatment course; and to two years probation. He ordered him not to consume alcohol or go where it is sold or served.

Jeremy J. Porter, 24, was found guilty of violating conditions of probation stemming from an Oct. 12 offense. Froehlich sentenced him to pay a fine of $50; to serve eight days in jail; to complete original 20 hours community work service if not completed; to pay remaining $130 of original fine; to enroll in and complete an anger-management course; and to violate no laws.

Brian C. Meier, 23, was found guilty of two counts of violating conditions of probation stemming from an Oct. 12 offense. Froehlich sentenced him to 15 days in jail; to a substance-abuse treatment course and an anger-management course; to two years probation; and to attend and complete parenting classes. Five days in jail might be served with 40 hours community work service.

Joseph Huntley, 42, was found guilty of probation violation stemming from an offense of Aug. 3. Froehlich fined him $5,000 with $5,000 suspended; ordered him to serve five days which could be satisfied with in-patient treatment; ordered him to be evaluated for Naltrexone before release; and ordered him to pay the original $254.69 restitution to Skagway Court.

Daryl L. Baker, 32, was found guilty of two counts of violating conditions stemming from an Oct. 9 offense. Sivertsen sentenced him to serve 60 days in jail and attend childcare classes and an anger-management course. He was also found guilty of assault stemming from an Oct. 6 offense. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail and to three years probation. And he was found guilty of criminal mischief and sentenced to 10 additional days in jail.

Milton Kadake, 40, of Kake, was found guilty of misdemeanor larceny stemming from an Oct. 6 offense. Sivertsen sentenced him to 30 days in jail and to pay a $50 surcharge.

Clinton K. Kearney, 29, was found guilty of three counts violating terms and conditions of probation stemming from a Sept. 7 offense and an Aug. 22 offense. Sivertsen sentenced him to a total of 25 days in jail; to a substance-abuse treatment course; and to a year's probation. Kearney was further found guilty of driving without a valid license. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail and revocation of his license for 90 days and was ordered to pay a $50 surcharge. Kearney was also found guilty of failure to obey a citation to appear on court on Aug. 24. He was sentenced to 20 additional days in jail.



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