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First District Judge Kevin Miller adjudicated the following cases:

September 23

David Makol, 26, was found guilty of Disorderly Conduct – Challenge to Fight reduced from Assault in the 4th Degree and Violating Conditions of Release. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail, ordered to pay $500 in fines and surcharges and probation for two years. A Violating Conditions of Release charge was dismissed.

Austin Stevens, 18, was found guilty of Driving with License Cancelled/Suspended /Revoked/Limited. He was sentenced to 80 hours of Community Work Service, driver’s license revoked for 90 days, ordered to pay $425 in fines, surcharges and attorney fees and probation for two years. Two counts of Minor Operating Vehicle After Consuming Alcohol and one count of Driving with License Cancelled/Suspended/Revoked/Limited were all dismissed.

James Leslie, 21, was found guilty of Falsifying Permit or Report. He was ordered to pay $1050 in restitution and surcharges, forfeiture of Moose antlers to the State and probation for one year. A charge of Unlawful Possession or Transportation of Game and a charge of Hunt/Trap/Deal Fur without License in Possession were dismissed.

September 27

Susan Stevens, 63, was found guilty of Driving Under the Influence and Violating Conditions of Release. She was sentenced to three days in jail, ordered to pay $2155 in fines and surcharges, contact Alaska Island Community Services to complete screening, loss of driver’s license for 90 days and probation for one year.

Jesse Oglend, 24, was found guilty of Driving without Valid Operator License and Controlled Substance in the Sixth Degree Use/Display Any Amount VIA. He was ordered to pay $650 in fines and surcharges and probation for two years. A Petition to Revoke Probation from a previous case was filed and he was ordered to serve 10 days in jail, to seek residential treatment of up to 45 days and aftercare and pay $100 in surcharges.

James Goldsbury, 56, had a Petition to Revoke Probation from a previous case in 2011. He must serve 150 days, credit for time spent and ordered to pay $100 in surcharges.

Larry Simpson, 55, was found guilty of Driving Under the Influence. He was sentenced to five days in jail, ordered to pay $1955 in fines and surcharges, contact Alaska Island Community Services to complete screening, loss of driver’s license for 90 days and probation for two years. A Petition to Revoke Probation from a previous case was filed and he was ordered to serve five days in jail and pay $100 surcharge.

Wrangell Magistrate Chris Ellis adjudicated the following case:

October 2

Carla Hendershot-Lukinich, 60, was found guilty of Driving Under the Influence. She was sentenced to three days in jail, ordered to pay $1955 in fines and surcharges, contact Alaska Island Community Services to complete screening, loss of driver’s license for 90 days and probation for one year.

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