FYI

Posted: Friday, December 22, 2000

Births

Recent births which occurred at Juneau Family Birth Center:

On December 7, a son weighing 7 pounds 12 ounces, to Brenda Krauss of Juneau.

Marriage Licenses

The following are new marriage licenses filed with the state Bureau of Vital Statistics in Juneau as of Dec. 21, 2000:

Joshua Ryan Guile, 23, and Joni Mae Land, 17, both of Juneau.

Floyd K. Oktollik, 36, and Helen Mamie Nagaruk, 30, both of Point Hope.

Roddy Goodman Darnell, 52, and Sandra Sue Darnell, 5l, both of Juneau.

Business Licenses

The following are some of the new and renewed business licensed filed with the state's Department of Community and Economic Development as of Dec. 21:

Dareen B. Schneider, sole proprietor, Grand Illusions By Dareen (chair rental by hairdresser).

Jeffrey A. Bradley and Donnie A. DenAdel, partners, After Hours Detailing (automotive repair and maintenance).

Lily J. Colombo, sole proprietor, Colombo & Williams (taxi and limousine service).

Joel Bennett, sole proprietor, Joel Bennett Productions (independent artists, writers and performers).

Greg T. Bacon, sole proprietor, Southeast Specialties (sporting goods, hobby, musical instrument, craft stores).

Courts

Court records show the following legal actions among those taken in Juneau Superior and District courts through Sept. 21, 2000:

Divorces and Dissolutions filed

Scott Price and Sabrina Price.

Kenneth Kershner and Lorayne Kershner.

Solomon Abide Cross (AKA Michael Patterson) and Sheryl Lynn Patterson.

Naala A. Cross and Paul R. Jackson.

James Burns and Linda Burns.

Andrew Williams and Monique Otness.

Larry Corbin and Rita George-Cox.

Michael Schramm and Georgiann Schramm.

Nancy Denny and Louis DeHoyos.

Donald Howell and Diane Howell.

Shannon Gore and Harvey Gore Jr.

Richard Levitt and Margaret Levitt.

Judgments

Kathleen M. Hill, 43, and Nicole C. Hughes, 23, were indicted by a grand jury in Juneau Superior Court Dec. 15 on charges of third-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance stemming from offenses of Dec. 8 at or near Juneau and third-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance, to wit, cocaine.

Ronda K. Johnson, 32, was indicted by a grand jury Dec. 15 on charges of second-degree theft at or near Haines, and fraudulent use of an access device.

John R. Armstrong, 36, was indicted by a grand jury Dec. 15 on charges of first-degree assault on or about December 1999 at or near Juneau; on charges of second-degree sexual abuse of a minor; and of furnishing alcohol to a minor.

Alan Guzman was found guilty of second-degree sexual abuse of a minor stemming from an offense during the winter of 1998-1999. Superior Court Judge Patricia A. Collins sentenced Guzman to 10 years in jail with four suspended. She recommend he serve his sentence at a facility such as Hiland Mountain and while incarcerated participate in a sex offender treatment program. He was also to be on supervised probation for 10 years. During that time he would need to secure the prior written permission of a probation officer of the Department of Corrections before changing employment or residence or leaving the area; make a reasonable effort to secure and maintain steady employment; not associate with convicted felons; not possess firearms deadly weapons; participate in a vocational program and victim impact program; participate in a psychological/psychiatric counseling program; register for life as a sex offender; pay restitution of $338; and have no contract, direct or indirect, with minors under the age of 16 without written permission of probation officer.

A hearing was held Dec. 13 in the matter of judgment and disposition revoking probation for Mark Canul, 38. The original charge against Canul was second-degree criminal mischief. Judge Collins revoked and resuspended the 21 months of the two-year incarceration previously suspended. An additional condition of probation shall be that the defendant perform up to 10 hours of Community Work Service (CWS) per week for the duration of probation.

Other conditions included securing the written permission of a probation officer before changing employment or residence or leaving the area of residence; make a reasonable effort to secure and maintain steady employment; not possess or consume any intoxicating liquor; obtain a substance-abuse evaluation and follow all recommendations, including in-patient treatment for up to 21 days. Canul was to participate in an educational/vocational training program, including a victim impact program; follow all mental health treatment recommendations and plans; not to possess firearms or deadly weapons; not use or possess illegal drugs; and pay restitution in an amount to be determined by the court within 30 days.

Kenneth M. Hanson, 34, was found guilty of violating conditions of probation stemming from an offense of Dec. 13. Magistrate John W. Sivertsen Jr. imposed a $1,000 fine with $1,000 suspended; 82 days in jail with 72 suspended; to enroll in, pay for and complete a substance-abuse treatment plan with Juneau Alcohol Safety Activity Program (JASAP) and any treatment recommended; to attend counseling at Juneau Mental Health; to three years probation; to enroll in and complete victim impact counseling through the Tongass Community Counseling Center; to not consume alcohol or go where it is sold or served; and to attend adult education classes for dyslexia.

Freda M. Meili, 38, of Juneau, was found guilty of drunken driving and driving with a blood-alcohol level over 0.301 percent stemming from an offense of Nov. 14. Judge Peter B. Froehlich fined her $1,500 with $1,000 suspended; 60 days in jail with 50 days suspended; her operator's license suspended for 90 days; to JASAP; to pay a $75 surcharge; to three years probation; to attend and complete parenting classes with Childcare and Family Resource center. Froehlich specified that counseling receipts might be used toward Meili's fines. She was not to consume alcohol or go where sold or served except for work, and to pay a $490 incarceration fee.

Meili was also found guilty of reckless endangerment. Froehlich sentenced her to JASAP; to complete 40 hours CWS through Gastineau Human Services (GHS). She was also to violate no laws.

Donald W. Abbott, 34, was found guilty of assault stemming from an offense of Nov. 27. Froehlich committed him to 90 days in jail; to pay $50 surcharge; to attend alcohol and anger-management classes while in custody.

James Onstott, 6l, was found guilty of second-degree stalking stemming from an offense of Nov. 1. Judge Froehlich committed him to 12 months with nine months suspended; ordered him not to be within 100 feet of Christian Life Center; placed him on probation for three years; complete any recommended mental health counseling through Juneau Alliance for the Mentally Ill (JAMI); and to pay a $50 surcharge.

A second charge of first-degree stalking against Onstott stemming from the same date was dismissed.

Stephen L. Dingman, 46, was found guilty of disorderly conduct stemming from a Dec. 2 offense. Judge Froehlich imposed a fine of $100; a $50 surcharge; and probation for one year.

Joel L. Bjerkeset, 32, was found guilty of drunken driving and of driving with a blood-alcohol level of 0.185 percent stemming from a Dec. 7 offense. Froehlich ordered him to pay a fine of $250; to three days in jail; to surrender of his operator's license for 90 days; to JASAP; to pay a $50 surcharge; to a year's probation; and to pay a $270 incarceration fee.

On Dec. 14, a hearing was held in Juneau Superior Court in the matter of judgment and disposition revoking probation for Michael T. Blevins, 20, who was originally charged with second-degree burglary, third-degree theft and third-degree criminal mischief stemming from an offense of Feb. 21. Superior Court Judge Patricia A. Collins ruled that 24 months of an original sentence of 36 months was suspended and Blevins should report to serve any remaining time on Dec. 26. He was placed on probation for three years during which time he was to make a reasonable effort to secure and maintain steady employment, to not possess or consume any intoxicating liquor; to be subject to a search of his person, personal property, residence or vehicle for the presence of unauthorized drugs, alcohol or weapons; to not associate with convicted felons; to not possess illegal drugs; to participate in an alcohol/drug rehabilitation program including in-patient treatment for up to six days; to participate in an educational/vocational training program including a Victim Impact program approved by the probation officer; to reside in a community residential center for a period of time not to exceed one year; to participate in a psychological/psychiatric counseling program including participation in JAMI and REACH programs, as arranged by his probation officer; to not possess firearms or deadly weapons; to pay restitution of $8,915 joint and several with Burton Tullis; to apply for and assign all rights to any Alaska Permanent Fund dividend (PFD) checks until restitution is paid in full; and to not go on the premises of Bethel Christian Center without the prior permission of the minister.

Erica M. Elisoff, 26, was found guilty of second-degree theft stemming from an offense of April 28. Judge Collins ordered she serve five years in jail with three suspended. She was placed on supervised probation for 10 years with the conditions that she secure the prior permission of the probation officer of the Department of Corrections before changing employment or residence; to make a reasonable effort to support her legal dependents; to not possess or consume any intoxicating liquor or controlled substance including marijuana; to be subject to a chemical test of blood, breath or urine to determine the use of alcohol or controlled substances at the request of the probation officer; to participate in a psychological/psychiatric counseling program; to participate in an educational/vocational training program; to participate in and successfully complete a victim impact program; to not associate with convicted felons; to not possess firearms or deadly weapons; to participate in and complete the parenting program of Catholic Community Services or Tlingit-Haida's Headstart/Healthy Nations program or a similar program; to participate in an alcohol-drug assessment; to not have any paraphernalia normally associated with the illicit use of drugs; to pay restitution to Big Kmart; and not to gamble or enter any establishment where the primary purpose is gambling.

On Dec. 14, a hearing was held in Superior Court regarding judgment and disposition revoking probation for Erika M. Elisoff, 26, on an original charge of fourth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance. The original offense was Feb. 16, 1998. Judge Collins against suspended 20 months of jail time; and put the defendant on supervised probation for three years with multiple conditions including being subject to a chemical test of blood, breath or urine at the request of her probation officer to determine the use of alcohol or controlled substances.

Leland Barger, 23, was found guilty of felony drunken driving and driving with license suspended stemming from an offense of Aug. 24. Superior Court Judge Larry Weeks committed Barger to jail for two years and 60 days with 20 months suspended on the DWI on condition that the defendant successfully complete probation. Weeks also placed the defendant on probation for three years under conditions that he seek and maintain employment; maintain residence approved by the probation officer; do not change residence or employment or travel from the area of residence to which assigned without the permission of the probation officer; not associate with convicted felons; not possess firearms or deadly weapons; not possess or consume any intoxicating liquor; participate in and successfully complete a victim impact and drunken driver program; participate in and comply with the conditions of a therapeutic alcohol/drug rehabilitation program both while incarcerated and after release; and not operate a motor vehicle.

In a hearing Dec. 19, Adam E. Furlong, 26, was found not guilty of disorderly conduct stemming from an alleged offense of Oct. 14.

Stephen W. Musil, 38, was found guilty of driving with no valid operator's license stemming from an offense of Dec. 5. Judge Peter B. Froehlich fined him $200; placed him on probation for one year; and ordered him to pay a $50 surcharge; and to get fingerprinted within 24 hours.

Dustin D. Mack, 24, was found guilty of driving with no valid operator's license stemming from an offense of Dec. 4. Judge Froehlich fined him $250; placed him on probation for one year; ordered him to be fingerprinted and to pay a $50 surcharge. Mack was also found guilty of violating conditions of probation stemming from a Dec. 14 offense. Froehlich ordered him to serve one day in jail; to be on probation for a year; to violate no laws.

Stone E. Love, 45, was found guilty of violating conditions of probation stemming from an offense of Dec. 5. Froehlich sentenced him to 10 days in jail; to two years probation; to not consume alcohol or drugs not prescribed or go where sold or served.

Albert S. Perkins Jr., 4l, was found guilty of assault stemming from an offense of Nov. 15. Froehlich sentenced him to 45 days in jail; to pay a $50 surcharge. He said Perkins could perform CWS in lieu of the surcharge at the rate of $5 an hour. A charge of disorderly conduct against Perkins was dismissed.

Robert J. Henricksen was found guilty of disorderly conduct stemming from an offense of Oct. 28. Judge Froehlich ordered him to pay a $50 surcharge; to serve 30 days in jail; and to pay $1,000 cost of incarceration through his PFD. Froehlich allowed the city attorney 30 days to request restitution.

Erica M. Elisoff, 26, was found guilty of violating conditions of probation stemming from an offense of May 2. Judge Froehlich waived a fine of $2,000; sentenced her to serve 65 days in jail with 115 days waived.

John E. Venrick, 36, was found guilty of larceny stemming from a Dec. 12 offense. Judge Froehlich ordered him to complete 8 hours of CWS through Gastineau Human Services (GHS). Venrick was also placed on probation for one year; ordered to pay a $50 surcharge which could be replaced with CWS.

On Dec. 21, a hearing was held in the matter of revoking probation for Robert E. Sharclane, 25, originally convicted of second-degree criminal mischief stemming from an offense of April 26, 1996. Probation officer Linda Thompson was present. Superior Court Judge Larry Weeks ordered the imposition of sentence for a period of one year, and put the defendant on probation for one year, subject to various conditions including not associating with convicted felons; not possessing firearms or deadly weapons; be subject to chemical tests; participate in a therapeutic alcohol-drug assessment; make restitution of $6,687.32 at the rate of $200 per month; complete the DWI awareness program; and, at the request of his probation officer, reside in a community residential center for a period not to exceed 90 days.

Daniel Trapp, 4l, was found guilty of violating conditions of probation stemming from an offense of Dec. 19. Magistrate John W. Sivertsen Jr. imposed a sentence of 100 days. A $3,900 fine was vacated, and probation was vacated. Trapp was also found guilty of third-degree theft stemming from an Oct. 29 offense. He was sentenced to 80 days in jail to run consecutively with other time. A charge of second-degree criminal trespass was dismissed by the state.



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