FYI

Posted: Friday, November 29, 2002

Births

Recent births that occurred at Bartlett Regional Hospital:

• On Nov. 19, 2002, a son, Tristin Lee Konrad, weighing 5 pounds 10 ounces, to Emily Ray Noble and Aaron Lee Konrad, of Juneau.

• On Nov. 21, a son, Kenneth Thomas Trudeau, weighing 9 pounds 11 ounces, Julia Violet Brussell and Ronald Thomas Trudeau, of Juneau.

• On Nov. 22, a son, Dieter Rae Mechyl Anderson, weighing 5 pounds 5 ounces, to Yulanda Rae Anderson, of Juneau.

• On Nov. 22, a daughter, Noelani Braeden Tillson-Diorec, weighing 7 pounds 11 ounces, to Joey Jean Tillson, of Juneau.

• On Nov. 23, a daughter, Ashlyn Elizabeth Holst, weighing 7 pounds 14 ounces, to Sandra Kay Holst and Eric Scott Holst, of Juneau.

Marriage Licenses

The following are new marriage licenses filed with the state Bureau of Vital Statistics in Juneau as of Nov. 29, 2002:

• Richard J. Boyle Jr., 51, and Donna M. McKinley, 51, both of Juneau.

• Phillip Jay Walker, 39, and Lenora Jean Cooper, 37, both of Juneau.

• Christopher R. Davis, 47, and Claudia L. Cooper, 37, both of Juneau.

• Kurt Wesley Cox, 41, and Karen Renee Howell, 33, both of Juneau.

Business Licenses

The following are the new and renewed business licenses filed with the state's Department of Community and Economic Development as of Nov. 29, 2002:

• Alex Romero, sole proprietor, Ax Imagery and Technologies (computer systems design and related services).

• Scott M. Tobel, sole proprietor, Honey Do Handyman Service (construction related).

• Robert E. Elsea, sole proprietor, Worker Bee (construction related).

• Alan D. Wilson, president of the corporation, Alaska Insulators, Inc. (special trade contractors).

• David N. Pappas, sole proprietor, Dave's Home Repair (construction related).

• Jean E. Boch, sole proprietor, Dutch Creek Pottery (miscellaneous manufacturing).

• Donald M. Gregory, sole proprietor, Alaska Native Artist Heendei (miscellaneous durable goods).

• Sarah Orazio, sole proprietor, Sarah Orazio (child day care).

Courts

Court records show the following legal actions among those taken in Juneau Superior and District courts through Nov. 29, 2002. Actions in Hoonah District Court are included at the request of the magistrate.

Judgments

• Noel See, 32, was found guilty of disorderly conduct, a misdemeanor, stemming from an offense of Aug. 14.

The original charge was misdemeanor assault.

Magistrate John Sivertsen sentenced him to 90 days in jail and a $50 surcharge.

He also was found guilty on four counts of violating the conditions of his probation, a misdemeanor, stemming from offenses of Aug. 15.

He was sentenced to a total fine of $3,750 with $2,750 suspended, 540 days in jail with 475 days suspended and placed on probation for three years with the standard conditions of release, which include not committing any crimes, violating no laws, completing his sentence, paying the cost of incarceration and paying a surcharge. He also is prohibited from consuming alcohol or going where it is sold or served and must take an anger management class with Tongass Community Counseling Center.

• Thomas Harman, 35, was found guilty of assault-recklessly causing injury, stemming from an offense of Oct. 12.

District Judge Peter Froehlich sentenced him to pay a $500 fine with $250 suspended, 120 days in jail with 115 days suspended and placed him on probation for two years with the standard conditions of release.

A charge of violating the conditions of his release, a misdemeanor, stemming from an incident of Oct. 14, was dismissed.

• Justice Cortese, 25, was found guilty of assault stemming from an offense of Aug. 16. Superior Court Judge Larry Weeks sentenced him to pay a $500 fine with $250 suspended, 45 days in jail with 30 days suspended, and placed him on probation for two years with the standard conditions of release. He also is prohibited from consuming alcohol or going where it is sold or served, completing an anger management class with TCCC and paying restitution.

• Charges against Noah Stanford, 24, making a false report, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, assaulting an officer, fourth-degree assault and resisting or interfering with the report of a crime, all misdemeanors, stemming from incidents of Sept. 15, were dismissed.

• Marcus Ulery, 19, was found guilty of leaving the scene of a property damage accident, a misdemeanor, stemming from an offense of Nov. 1.

Sivertsen sentenced him to pay a $250 fine, five days in jail with five days suspended and placed him on probation for one year with the standard conditions of release.

• Douglas Pegues, 39, was found guilty of disorderly conduct, stemming from an offense of Oct. 27.

Froehlich sentenced him to pay a $1,000 fine with $800 suspended, 60 days in jail with 60 days suspended and placed him on probation with the standard conditions of release. He also is prohibited from consuming alcohol and going where alcohol is sold or served and must take an anger and alcohol management class with TCCC.

• Liane Cox, 35, was found guilty of drunken driving, a misdemeanor, stemming from an offense of Sept. 19.

Her blood alcohol level was 0.140 percent. It is illegal to drive with a BAC over 0.08 percent.

Sivertsen sentenced her to pay a fine of $3,000 with $1,400 suspended, 46 days in jail with 40 suspended, a 90-day driver's license revocation, to enroll in, pay for and complete the Juneau Alcohol Safety Action program and placed her on probation for one year with the standard conditions of release. A charge of reckless endangerment stemming from an incident of Sept. 19 was dismissed.

• Nicholas D. Berg, 29, was found guilty of drunken driving stemming from an offense of Sept. 12.

His blood alcohol level was 0.219 percent.

Sivertsen sentenced him to pay a fine of $3,000 with $1,500 suspended, 46 days in jail with 40 days suspended, a 90-day driver's license revocation, JASAP and placed him on probation for one year with the standard conditions of release.

• John Vavalis, 20, was found guilty of theft of services, a misdemeanor, stemming from an offense of Oct. 12.

Froehlich sentenced him to pay a fine of $250 with $150 suspended, 40 days in jail with 35 days suspended, $55 in restitution and placed him on probation for two years with the standard conditions of release.

• Kevin McGraw, 37, was found guilty of disorderly conduct stemming from an offense of Sept. 8.

The original charge was assault, a misdemeanor.

Froehlich sentenced him to pay a $500 fine with $250 suspended, 30 days in jail with 25 days suspended and placed him on probation for one year with the standard conditions of release. He also must complete alcohol and anger management through TCCC and 40 hours of community service work.

• Leonard Seifert, 21, was found guilty of second-degree failing to stop at the request of a police officer, a misdemeanor, stemming from an offense of Sept. 6.

The original charge was felony failure to stop at the direction of a police officer.

Superior Court Judge Patricia Collins sentenced him to 60 days in jail.

He also was found guilty of driving without a valid driver's license stemming from an offense of Sept. 6, a misdemeanor.

He was sentenced to 10 days in jail.

A count of reckless driving, a misdemeanor, stemming from an incident of Sept. 6, was dismissed.

• Elaine J. Austin, 35, was found guilty of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, a misdemeanor, stemming from an offense of Aug. 8.

The original charge was furnishing alcohol to a minor.

Sivertsen sentenced her to 30 days in jail with 25 suspended, JASAP and placed her on one year of probation with the standard conditions of release.

• Brent Knott, 25, was found guilty of drunken driving stemming from an offense of Sept. 27. Sivertsen sentenced him to pay a $6,000 fine with $3,000 suspended, 60 days in jail with 40 days suspended, a one-year driver's license revocation, JASAP and placed him on probation for one year with the standard conditions of release.

He also was found guilty driving without a valid driver's license, a misdemeanor, stemming from an offense of Sept. 27.

The original charge was driving with a suspended, canceled or revoked license, a misdemeanor.

He was sentenced to 30 days in jail with 25 days suspended, JASAP and placed him on probation for one year with the standard conditions of release. A charge of sixth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance, a misdemeanor, stemming from an incident of Sept. 27 was dismissed.

A charge of refusing to submit to a chemical test, a misdemeanor, stemming from an incident of Sept. 27 also was dismissed.



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