On Monday, Nov. 26, First District Court Judge Kevin Miller adjudicated the following cases:
Valerie Nakamura, 31, pled guilty to Criminal Trespass and Violating Conditions of Release. Nakamura was sentenced to serve 55 days in jail; pay fees in the amount of $100, pay $200 in jail surcharges, serve two years of probation, and she was ordered to complete a substance abuse evaluation to include up to 45 days in treatment.
Avery McGrath, 19, pled guilty to DUI and Possession of a Weapon While Intoxicated. A charge of Minor in Consumption of Alcohol was dismissed. McGrath was sentenced to serve 15 days in jail; pay a fine in the amount of $1,500, pay fees in the amount of $125, pay $200 in jail surcharges, pay incarceration costs of $330, serve two years of probation, loss of his Alaska Driver’s License for 90 days, use of an ignition interlock device for six months, and he was ordered to complete a substance abuse evaluation to include up to 60 days in treatment.
On Tuesday, Nov. 27, First District Court Judge Kevin Miller adjudicated the following case:
Jeremiah Stanley, 56, of Anchorage pled guilty to one count of Theft with Prior Convictions. Stanley was sentenced to 3 years in state prison; pay $200 in surcharges, pay $135.15 in restitution, and to submit to DNA registration upon release.