FYI

Posted: Friday, December 29, 2000

Births

Recent births which occurred at Bartlett Regional Hospital:

On Dec. 12, a son weighing 8 pounds 8 ounces, to Denise Lenore Guizio and Gary Thomas Guizio.

On Dec. 13, a son weighing 9 pounds 4 ounces, to Catherine Joanna England and Curt Allen England.

On Dec. 13, a daughter weighing 10 pounds, to Angela Kristin Cunningham and Troy K. Cunningham of Juneau.

On Dec. 14, a son weighing 8 pounds 10.5 ounces, to Jennifer B-Love Johnston of Juneau.

On Dec. 15, a son weighing 7 pounds 10 ounces, to Imelda Gallardo Soriano and Raul Quinzon Soriano.

On Dec. 16, a daughter weighing 8 pounds 5 ounces, to Teresa Marie Hill and Kenneth John Hill.

On Dec. 17, a son weighing 6 pounds 8 ounces, to Jessica R. Koepl and Dale James Koepl.

On Dec. 18, a daughter weighing 8 pounds, to Maria De Fatima Oliveira Luther and David Daniel Luther.

On Dec. 19, a son weighing 8 pounds 1 ounce, to Kimberly Rose Valasco and Francisco Javier Valasco.

On Dec. 19, a daughter weighing 6 pounds 14 ounces, to Heather Michele Johnson-Smith and Styge Martin Smith.

On Dec. 19, a son weighing 6 pounds 13 ounces, to Tami Anne Landingham and Loran Lynn Landingham.

On Dec. 22, a son weighing 8 pounds 5 ounces, to Evangelina De La Luz Olea and Amador Abel Olea.

Recent births which occurred at Juneau Family Birth Center:

On Dec. 22, a daughter weighing 8 pounds, to Mila Cosgrove and Tom Cosgrove of Juneau.

On Dec. 25, a daughter weighing 8 pounds 12 ounces, to Kelly Goforth and Philip Goforth of Juneau.

On Dec. 25, a son weighing 6 pounds 6 ounces, to Kim Jensen and Ken Jensen.

On Dec. 27, a daughter weighing 8 pounds 8 ounces, to Dena DeMello and Scott DeMello of Juneau.

Marriage Licenses

The following are new marriage licenses filed with the state Bureau of Vital Statistics in Juneau as of Dec. 28, 2000:

Donald Walter Martin, 27, and Tanya Ray Pierce, 28, both of Seattle.

Zackary Dillingham Ziegenfuss, 24, and Mary Ann Quick, 23, both of Juneau.

Jason N. Judd, 25, and Robin Kristine Gibson, 25, 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. 28, 2000:

Mary Elizabeth Sturgis, sole proprietor, M. Sturgis & Associates (direct selling establishments).

Ulla M. Pedersen, sole proprietor, Alaska Wild Fish Company (grocery and related products; other miscellaneous retailers).

Dale C. Johannsen, sole proprietor, Dale Johannsen (child day care services).

Owen Miller and Louise Miller, partners, Hidden Lake Pottery (independent artists).

Kenneth J. Grant, sole proprietor, Tidal Graphics (specialized design services; interior design services).

Courts

Court records show the following legal actions among those taken in Juneau Superior and District courts through Dec. 28, 2000:

Divorces and Dissolutions filed

Jennifer Thompson and Patrick Thompson.

Stacy Quick and Allan Quick.

Joseph Tichenor and Sheryl Tichenor.

Robert Stanbery and Kollean Stanbery.

Joel Mathis and Nancy Mathis.

Joseph Thomas and Virginia Thomas.

Judgments

Donald W. Abbott, 24, was found guilty of assault stemming from an offense of Nov. 27. Judge Peter B. Froehlich committed him to 90 days in jail; to pay a $50 surcharge; and to attend alcohol and anger management classes while in custody.

Freda M. Meili, 38, was found guilty of drunken driving and of driving with a blood-alcohol level of 0.301 percent, more than three times the legal limit, stemming from an offense of Nov. 14. Judge Froehlich sentenced her to pay a fine of $1,500 with $1,000 suspended; to serve 10 days in jail; to revocation of her license for 90 days concurrent with the Department of Motor Vehicles; to enroll in, pay for and complete a substance-abuse treatment course with the Juneau Alcohol Safety Activity Program (JASAP); to pay a $75 surcharge by applying bail to surcharge; to three years probation; to attend and complete parenting classes at the Childcare and Family Resource Center. Froehlich allowed her to use counseling receipts toward her fine. She was also to pay a $490 incarceration fee to the City and Borough of Juneau (CBJ).

Meili was also found guilty of reckless endangerment. Froehlich sentenced her to complete 40 hours Community Work Service (CWS); to not consume alcohol or go where it is sold or served except for work; and to violate no laws.

James Onstott, 6l, was found guilty of second-degree stalking stemming from a Nov. 1 offense. Froehlich imposed a sentenced of three months in jail with credit for time already served; ordered him not to be within 100 feet of the Christian Life Center; placed him on probation for three years; to have no contact indirect or direct other than in court with two women named in court documents; to complete any recommended mental health counseling through Juneau Alliance of the Mentally Ill; and to pay a $50 surcharge. A second charge of first-degree stalking was dismissed.

Joel L. Bjerkeset, 32, was found guilty of drunken driving and of driving with a blood-alcohol level of 0.185 percent stemming from an offense of Dec. 7. Froehlich fined him $500 with $250 suspended; committed him to 33 days in jail with 30 suspended; ordered his driver's license revoked for 90 days concurrent with DMV; to enroll in, pay for and complete JASAP and any treatment recommended; to pay a $50 surcharge; to a year's probation; to pay $270 incarceration fee to CBJ. He may credit counseling receipts to his fine.

Stephen L. Dingman, 46, was found guilty of disorderly conduct stemming from an offense of Dec. 1. Froehlich ordered him to pay a $50 surcharge and to a year's probation.

Kenneth M. Hanson, 34, was found guilty of violating conditions of probation stemming from a Dec. 13 offense. Magistrate John W. Sivertsen Jr. fined him $1,000 with $1,000 suspended; ordered him to serve 82 days in jail with 72 suspended; to JASAP; to attend counseling at JAMI; to three years probation; to enroll and complete a victim impact course with the Tongass Community Counseling Center (TCCC); to attend adult education for dyslexia; and to violate no laws.

On Dec. 13 in Juneau Superior Court, a hearing was held on the matter of revoking probation for Mark Canul, 38, originally charged with second-degree criminal mischief stemming from an offense of Aug. 7, 1999. Canul was originally sentenced to two years in jail. At the last sentencing there were 21 months suspended. The 21 months previously suspended were revoked and resuspended by Superior Court Judge Patricia A. Collins. An additional condition of probation was performing 10 hours of CWS. Probation was set at three years. Other conditions of probation included making a reasonable effort to secure and maintain steady employment; to not possess or consume any intoxicating liquor; and to obtain a substance abuse evaluation and follow all recommendations, including in-patient treatment for up to 21 days. Restitution was to be determined within 30 days.

Alan Guzman, 50, was found guilty of second-degree sexual abuse of a minor stemming from an offense during or about the winter of 1998-1999. Judge Collins committed him to jail for 10 years with four years suspended. She recommended he serve his sentence at Hiland Mountain correctional facility in Eagle River and that he participate in sex offender treatment while incarcerated. Supervised probation for 10 years was ordered. Conditions of probation included not possessing firearms or deadly weapons; registering for life as a sex offender; paying restitution of $338 and continuing child support; and having no contact direct or indirect with minors under the age of 16 without the written permission of his probation officer.

Daniel R. Trapp, 4l, was found guilty of violating conditions of probation stemming from an offense of Dec. 19. Sivertsen sentenced him to 100 days in jail; the $3,900 suspended fine was vacated. Probation was also vacated. Trapp was also found guilty of third-degree theft stemming from an Oct. 29 offense. Sivertsen ordered him to serve 80 days to run consecutively with other jail time. He was also to pay a $50 surcharge. A charge of second-degree criminal trespass was dismissed by the state.

On Dec. 14, a hearing was held in Juneau Superior Court in the matter of revoking probation for Charles M. Brouillette, 19, originally charged with first-degree vehicle theft stemming from an offense of May 27. Superior Court Judge Patricia A. Collins ordered that Brouillette is committed to jail for two years. A total of 17 months is suspended for three years on condition that he successfully complete three years of supervised probation. Conditions of probation include making a reasonable effort to secure and maintain steady employment; making a reasonable effort to support his legal dependents; reporting all purchases, sales and trades of motor vehicles; participating in a psychological/psychiatric counseling program; participating in an educational/vocational training program; participating in and successfully completing a Victim Impact program; and not having on his person, in his residence or in his vehicle any paraphernalia normally associated with the illicit use of drugs.

On Dec. 20, a hearing was held in Juneau Superior Court regarding revoking of probation for Jamie Knie, 26, originally charged with second-degree theft stemming from an offense of Jan. 21. The defendant appeared in person and was represented by her attorney, David Seid. Superior Court Judge Patricia A. Collins ruled that 70 days of the previously suspended time is imposed. Collins further ordered that she would be placed on probation for three years. Among the conditions of that probation, Knie was to secure written permission of a probation officer before changing employment or residence or leaving the area of residence to which she is assigned; make a reasonable effort to secure and maintain steady employment; do not possess or consume any intoxicating liquor; be subject to a chemical test of blood, breath or urine; be subject to a search of her person, personal property, residence or any vehicle in which she may be found; participating in a substance abuse treatment course; not associate with convicted felons; not associate with any known users or traffickers of illegal drugs or controlled substances; and do not possess firearms or deadly weapons. She was also to perform 80 hours of Community Work Service (CWS).

On Dec. 27, a hearing was held in the matter of revoking probation and again suspending imposition of sentence for Eric Douglas Hughes, 28, originally convicted of second-degree arson. Superior Court Judge Larry Weeks presided over the hearing. Weeks ruled that the suspended portion of his sentence granted on May 2 is revoked and reimposed. The imposition of sentencing is again suspended for 10 years on condition that the defendant complete probation successfully.

Hughes was to seek and maintain employment; to not associate with convicted felons; to not possess firearms or deadly weapons; to participate in an educational/vocational training program; to not possess or consume any intoxicating liquor; to take medication for the purposes of alleviating mental illness; to participate in a psychological/psychiatric counseling program; to make restitution of $15,000; to comply with the treatment plan set out in a memo by Betty Tangeman dated May 2, 2000.

Mark A. Notar, 44, was found guilty of resisting/interfering with an officer stemming from a Dec. 24 offense. Judge Peter B. Froehlich fined him $1,000 with $750 suspended; ordered him to JASAP; placed him on probation for two years. He was not to consume alcohol or other drugs unless prescribed. He could use treatment receipts to credit toward the fine.

Thomas M. Austin, 23, was found guilty of violating conditions of probation stemming from an undated offense. Froehlich committed him to 20 days in jail.

George J. Brouillette, 4l, of Haines, was found guilty of violating conditions of probation stemming from a Dec. 14 offense. Froehlich committed him to 15 days in jail; to JASAP; to not consume alcohol or other drugs or go where sold or served; to continue with Naltrexone and to attend Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings daily; to attend a status hearing Jan. 25; and to violate no laws.

Joanne M. Hosey, 32, was found guilty of drunken driving and of driving with a blood-alcohol level of 0.227 percent stemming from an offense of Oct. 28. Magistrate John W. Sivertsen Jr. fined her $500 with $250 suspended; committed her to jail for 45 days with 39 suspended; revoked her driver's license for 90 days; ordered her to JASAP; to pay a $75 surcharge; to probation for a year; to pay $280 cost of incarceration; and to violate no laws.

Katherine R. Enright, 46, was indicted by a grand jury in the Superior Court on Dec. 22 on a count of second-degree theft from Big Kmart between Sept. 1 and Nov. 6.

William Scott Noel, 23, was indicted by a grand jury Dec. 22 on two counts of second-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance (possessing an immediate precursor of methamphetamine with the intent to manufacture); one count of reckless endangerment; one count of contributing to the delinquency of a minor; and one count of tampering with physical evidence.

Jill L. Lebert, 4l, was indicted by a grand jury Dec. 22 on one count of second-degree theft stemming from an alleged action between July 14 and Sept. 7 at Taco Time.

Kelly L. Labadie, 24, was indicted by a grand jury Dec. 22 on one count of first-degree promoting contraband, that is, marijuana, under official detention within a correctional facility.

Earl J. Williams Jr., 21, was indicted by a grand jury Dec. 22 on two counts of second-degree sexual abuse of a minor stemming from an alleged offense of Dec. 19.

Leland G. Barger, 23, was found guilty of four counts of violating conditions of probation, all counts stemming from an Aug. 25 offense. Judge Larry R. Weeks imposed a sentence of 98 days in jail for one count, 97 for the second count, 28 for the third count and 27 for the fourth count.

John S. Komar, 33 was found guilty of violating conditions of probation stemming from a Dec. 1 offense. Froehlich committed him to 10 days in jail.

Alicia M. Carson, 15, was found guilty of driving with no valid operator's license stemming from a Dec. 7 offense. Froehlich suspended imposition of sentence and put Carson on probation for a year; she was to pay a fine of $150; to pay a $50 surcharge; to do CWS in lieu of fine and surcharge; to stay in good standing at high school; and to be fingerprinted.

Erik Jacobsen, 3l, was found guilty of second-degree attempted sexual abuse of a minor stemming from an Aug. 30 offense. Superior Court Judge Larry Weeks sentenced him to three years in jail with 30 months suspended. He was to be on supervised probation for five years during which time he was not to associate with convicted felons; not to possess firearms or deadly weapons; to not reside in a home where children under 16 years of age reside without written permission of his probation officer; to submit a sample for DNA testing; to have no contact or communication with his victim or the victim's family; to comply with all sex offender registration and annual registration requirements. Additionally, he was placed on unsupervised probation for 10 years.

Gregory L. Osborne, 19, was found guilty of driving while his license was cancelled/suspended/revoked/limited stemming from a Nov. 4 offense. Judge Froehlich fined him $500 with $350 suspended; ordered him to pay a $50 surcharge; placed him on probation for a year; ordered him to complete 80 hours of Community Work Service; to appear at a status hearing and to violate no laws. Osborne was also found guilty of making a false report stemming from an offense of Nov. 4. He was fined $150; and placed on probation for a year.



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