FYI

Posted: Friday, December 12, 2003

Births

Recent births at Bartlett Regional Hospital:

• On Nov. 30, 2003, a daughter, Emma Catherine Magnusson, weighing 6 pounds, 10 ounces, to Merridy Karen Magnusson and Eric Edward Magnusson of Juneau.

• On Dec. 2, 2003, a son, Casey James Bittle, weighing 7 pounds, 8 ounces, to Katy Lynne Bittle and Leah James Bittle of Juneau.

• On Dec. 6, 2003, a daughter, Alandra Rose Vallejo, weighing 8 pounds, to Kristina Marlene Sewell and Anthony David Vallejo of Juneau.

• On Dec. 7, 2003, a son, Dylan Charles Murdoch, weighing 7 pounds, 12 ounces, to Aundra Nikki Murdoch and Jason Charles Murdoch of Juneau.

Recent births from the Juneau Family Birth Center:

• On Dec. 6, 2003, a daughter, Brooke Sanford, weighing 7 pounds, 12 ounces, to Suzanne Sakewitz and Robert Sanford of Juneau.

Recent births from Wellspring Intergrative Medical Center:

• On Dec. 5, 2003, a daughter, Annika Macy Schwartz, weighing 8 pounds, 13 ounces, to Gretchen Anne Harrington and Thomas James Schwartz of Juneau.

Courts

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

Indictments:

• Anthony R. Pizzuto, 27, was indicted by a grand jury on charges of felony fourth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance and misdemeanor fourth-degree theft, stemming from actions alleged to have occurred on Nov. 30 at or near Skagway. Pizzuto allegedly was in possession of Vicodin, a prescription pain reliever.

• Christienne Fritz, 41, was indicted by a grand jury on charges of felony second-degree theft and misdemeanor third-degree theft, stemming from actions alleged to have occurred in October or November.

Judgments:

• Charles A. High Jr., 27, was found guilty of second-degree stalking, a misdemeanor, stemming from a Nov. 19 incident that led to an original charge of felony first-degree stalking. Juneau Superior Court Judge Patricia Collins imposed three months in jail. Collins also revoked probation for a previous conviction and ordered High to serve an additional six months in jail.

• Phillip G. Dutton, 41, was found guilty of misdemeanor fourth-degree assault, stemming from a Sept. 10 incident that initially led to a felony charge of third-degree assault. Juneau Superior Court Judge Larry Weeks imposed 12 months in jail with four months suspended and placed him on probation for two years. Prosecutors dismissed misdemeanor charges of second-degree criminal trespass, disorderly conduct, resisting or interfering with arrest and two counts of fourth-degree assault.

• Caleb J. Ziegenfuss, 23, was found guilty of misdemeanor fourth-degree weapons misconduct stemming from a July 6 incident that initially led to a felony charge of third-degree weapons misconduct. Juneau District Court Judge Peter B. Froehlich imposed five days in jail and ordered Ziegenfuss to forfeit his weapon and complete 80 hours of community service. Prosecutors dismissed a charge of driving while his license was canceled, suspended, revoked or limited.

• Wayne W. Williams, 24, was found guilty of misdemeanor third-degree theft, stemming from an incident that led to an original felony charge of second-degree theft. Weeks imposed 12 months in jail with six months suspended and placed Williams on probation for three years. He gave prosecutors 20 days to determine the amount of restitution Williams will be required to pay.

• Bengeman C. Williams, 25, was found guilty of fourth-degree criminal mischief, stemming from a Nov. 11 incident. Froehlich imposed 120 days in jail with 90 days suspended and placed Williams on probation for two years. Prosecutors dismissed a criminal trespass charge.

• Wade J. Siler, 51, was found guilty of driving under the influence of alcohol, stemming from an Aug. 3 incident where his blood-alcohol level was measured at .103 percent. Froehlich imposed 33 days in jail with 30 days suspended and a $3,000 fine with $1,500 suspended. He also revoked Siler's license for 90 days.

• Tessa M. Stacy, 23, was found guilty of operating a vehicle, air or watercraft, while intoxicated, stemming from an Aug. 24 incident where her blood-alcohol level was measured at .221 percent. Froehlich imposed 46 days in jail with 40 days suspended and a $3,000 fine with $1,500 suspended. He revoked Stacy's driver's license for 90 days and placed her on probation for two years. Prosecutors dismissed four counts of reckless endangerment.

• Edward K. Rumburg, 47, of Vashon Island, Wash., was found guilty of driving under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance. Juneau District Magistrate John W. Sivertsen Jr. imposed 60 days in jail with 40 days suspended and a $3,000 fine. He also revoked Rumburg's license for one year and placed him on probation for two years. Prosecutors dismissed a charge of driving without a valid license. Rumburg's blood-alcohol level was not available.

• Toby J. Staveland, 23, was found guilty of operating a vehicle, air or watercraft while intoxicated, stemming from an April 4 incident where his blood-alcohol level was measured at .146 percent. Froehlich imposed 33 days in jail with 30 days suspended and a $3,000 fine with $1,500 suspended. Froehlich also suspended his license for 90 days and placed him on probation for one year. Froehlich also ordered Staveland to serve an additional five days in jail after finding him guilty of violating his conditions of release.

• Ashleigh M. Hale, 18, was found guilty of driving while intoxicated, stemming from a Sept. 6 incident where Hale's blood-alcohol level was measured at .177 percent. Froehlich imposed 46 days in jail with 40 days suspended and a $3,000 fine with $1,500 suspended. He also revoked Hale's license for 90 days and imposed probation for one year. Prosecutors dismissed two counts of reckless endangerment.

• Jerad N. Boggs, 18, was found guilty of driving under the influence of alcohol, reckless endangerment and underage drinking, stemming from an Oct. 23 incident where his blood-alcohol level was measured at .111 percent. For the driving charge, Froehlich imposed 33 days in jail with 30 days suspended and a $1,500 fine. He revoked Boggs' license for 90 days and placed him on probation for 30 months. For reckless endangerment, Froehlich imposed 31 days in jail with 30 days suspended and placed Boggs on probation for 30 months. He noted that all of the jail time in the sentence had already been served. For the drinking charge, he fined Boggs $600 with $400 suspended and placed him on probation until age 21. Prosecutors dismissed a second reckless endangerment charge from Oct. 23 and dismissed charges of driving while intoxicated and underage drinking, stemming from a Sept. 23 incident.

• Alper Johnson, 20, was found guilty of underage drinking, stemming from a March 30 incident. Sivertsen imposed five days in jail with five days suspended and a $1,000 fine with $1,000 suspended. He also ordered Johnson to complete 96 hours of community service, suspended his driver's license for six months and placed him on probation for one year. He also fined Johnson $500 and revoked his license for an additional six months for a probation violation.



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