FYI

Posted: Friday, October 28, 2005

Births

Recent births at Bartlett Regional Hospital:

• On Oct. 17, 2005, a daughter Madison May Cox, weighing 8 pounds 4 ounces, to Karen Renee Cox and Kurt Wesley Cox of Juneau.

• On Oct. 18, 2005, a daughter, Gwyneth Diana Hamey, weighing 8 pounds 1 ounce, to Cynthia Jan Hamey and Jeremy James Hamey of Juneau.

• On Oct. 20, 2005, a son, Carl Lee Killian Nickel, weighing 8 pounds 11 ounces, to Emily Isabel Johnson and Benami Lee Nickel of Douglas.

Recent births from Juneau Family Birth Center:

• On Oct. 22, 2005, a daughter, no name available, weighing 7 pounds, 14 ounces, to Tanya M. Wagner and James G. Wagner of Gustavus.

• On Oct. 26, 2005, a daughter, Iris Isabel Ostman, weighing 6 pounds 14 ounces, to Amy Randolph and Johnse Ostman of Auke Bay.

Marriage Licenses

The following are marriage licenses recently filed with the state Bureau of Vital Statistics in Juneau:

• Nathan Joseph Adams and Rosemary Thayer Slotnick, both of Douglas.

• Daniel Allan Nelson and Becky Lynn Abbott, both of Juneau.

• John Paul Pryor and Ryle Mae Powell, both of Juneau.

• Paul James Gregory and Maily Lizeth Miramontes, both of Juneau.

• Roger Elefante Hill and Zenaida Abance Claro, both of Juneau.

Courts

Court records show the following legal actions among those taken recently in Juneau Superior and District courts.

Divorces and dissolutions filed recently:

• Doreen Howard Jr. and Clifton Howard Jr.

• Laura Gay Brewer and Jack Leroy Brewer

• Richard Bielfeld and Amy Sue Bielfeld

• Paula Totland and Ingwald Totland

• Mark Stevens and Yvonne Guthrie

Indictments:

• Lorenzo N. Jefferson, 42, was indicted by a grand jury on a felony charge of third-degree weapons misconduct, stemming from allegations that he was in possession of a concealable firearm as a convicted felon on Oct. 1. The indictment also charges Jefferson with misdemeanor first-degree unlawful contact, stemming from alleged actions of Oct. 2.

• Michael D. Johnson, 22, was indicted by a grand jury on felony charges of second-degree robbery and second-degree theft and a misdemeanor count of fourth-degree assault, stemming from alleged actions of July 25.

• Matthew T. Stacy, 21, was indicted by a grand jury on felony charges of second-degree robbery and second-degree theft and a misdemeanor count of fourth-degree assault, stemming from alleged actions of July 25.

• John R. Vaughan Jr., 30, was indicted by a grand jury on a charge of second-degree theft, stemming from alleged actions of Oct. 16 involving a downtown business.

• William S. Campbell, 34, was indicted by a grand jury on a felony charge of third-degree assault, stemming from alleged actions of Oct. 14.

Judgments:

• Teresa M. Potter, 51, was found guilty of second-degree theft by receiving, stemming from actions between September 2003 and March 2004. Juneau Superior Court Judge Patricia Collins ordered Potter to perform 480 hours of community service in lieu of 60 days in jail. She also suspended 18 months in prison, ordered Potter to pay restitution totaling $4,395.29 and placed her on probation for five years.

• Roberta Richardson, 40, was found guilty of felony driving while under the influence, stemming from a Jan. 16 incident from which no blood-alcohol level was available. Collins imposed one year to serve in prison with another two years suspended, fined her $10,000, permanently revoked her driver's license and placed her on probation for three years. Prosecutors dismissed an additional felony charge of refusing a chemical test, along with two counts of reckless endangerment and a charge of driving while her license was canceled, suspended or revoked.

• Jenny Sharclane, 19, was found guilty of misdemeanor fourth-degree assault, stemming from an Oct. 1 incident that initially led to a charge of felony third-degree assault. Juneau District Magistrate John W. Sivertsen Jr. suspended a 180-day jail sentence, ordered Sharclane to pay $250 of a $500 fine with the rest suspended and placed her on probation for two years.

• Nerio D. Bernaldo, 24, was found guilty of misdemeanor third-degree theft, stemming from a March 16 incident that initially led to a felony charge of second-degree theft. Collins ordered Bernaldo to serve 160 hours of community service in lieu of 20 days to serve in jail. She also suspended 160 days in jail, suspended a $3,000 fine and ordered Bernaldo to pay $10,000 restitution to the court within five years. She also placed Bernaldo on probation for five years. Prosecutors dismissed a felony charge of issuing a bad check.

• Roger Murrell was found guilty of two misdemeanor counts of driving under the influence, both stemming from activities of Sept. 26. In one case his blood alcohol level reportedly was measured at .216 percent. In the other, court records list the level as exceeding .08 percent. Juneau District Magistrate John W. Sivertsen Jr. imposed four days to serve in jail with another 50 days suspended on one count and six days to serve with another 100 days suspended on the other count. For each conviction, Sivertsen ordered Murrell to pay $1,500 of a $3,000 fine with the rest suspended, revoked Murrell's license for 90 days and placed him on probation for two years. Prosecutors dismissed charges of driving with a revoked license from each drunken-driving case.

• Simon Claydon, 29, was found guilty of driving while intoxicated, stemming from an Aug. 12 incident at which his blood-alcohol level was measured at .200 percent. Sivertsen imposed six days in jail with another 40 days suspended, ordered Claydon to pay $1,500 of a $3,000 fine with the rest suspended, revoked his license for 90 days and placed him on probation for 18 months.

• Eugene Brown, 35, was found guilty of driving while intoxicated, stemming from an Aug. 20 incident where his blood-alcohol level was measured at .152 percent. Sivertsen imposed three days to serve in jail with another 30 days suspended, ordered Brown to pay $1,500 of a $3,000 fine, revoked his license for 90 days and placed him on probation for 18 months.

• Aurora Coronell, 20, was found guilty of driving under the influence, stemming from a Oct. 22 incident at which her blood-alcohol level was measured at .157 percent. Sivertsen imposed three days to serve in jail with another 30 days suspended and ordered Coronell to pay $1,500 of a $3,000 fine with the rest suspended. He also revoked her license for 90 days and placed her on probation for one year. Coronell also was found guilty of underage drinking, for which Sivertsen fined her $200.

• Patrick Henry was found guilty of driving while intoxicated, stemming from an Oct. 13 incident at which his blood alcohol concentration was measured at .129 percent. Sivertsen imposed three days to serve in jail with another 30 days suspended and ordered Henry to pay $1,500 of a $3,000 fine with the rest suspended. He also revoked Henry's license for 90 days and placed him on probation for 18 months.

• Prosecutors dismissed a charge of driving under the influence against Michael Miller, 26, stemming from a July 13 arrest that led to a conviction on a charge of refusing to take a breath test. Sivertsen imposed 20 days to serve in jail with another 100 days suspended, ordered him to pay $3,000 of a $4,000 fine with the rest suspended, revoked his license for one year and placed him on probation for two years. Prosecutors also dismissed two counts of reckless endangerment.

• Prosecutors dismissed a charge of driving under the influence against Ian D. Cryan, 49, stemming from a June 28 arrest that led to a conviction on a charge of refusing to take a breath test. Sivertsen imposed three days in jail with another 30 days suspended, ordered Cryan to pay $1,500 of a $3,000 fine, revoked his license for 90 days and placed him on probation for 18 months.

• Luis Ramirez-Delacruz, 24, was found guilty of a reduced charge of disorderly conduct, stemming from a Sept. 3 incident that initially led to a charge of misdemeanor assault. Sivertsen suspended a 30-day jail sentence and ordered Ramirez-Delacruz to perform 40 years of community service. He also ordered Ramirez-Delacruz to pay $250 of a $500 fine with the rest suspended and placed him on probation for one year.

• Carlos Garcia-Ramirez, 20, was found guilty of a reduced charge of disorderly conduct, stemming from a Sept. 3 incident that initially led to a charge of misdemeanor assault. Sivertsen suspended a 10-day jail sentence and ordered Garcia-Ramirez to perform 20 hours of community service. He also ordered Garcia-Ramirez to pay $250 of a $500 fine with the rest suspended.

• John Evans, 21, was found guilty of a reduced charge of disorderly conduct, stemming from a Sept. 30 incident that initially led to a charge of misdemeanor assault. Sivertsen imposed 20 days to serve in jail with another 40 days suspended and suspended a $500 fine. He also was found guilty of disorderly conduct related to a July 26 incident. Sivertsen imposed 10 days in jail.



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