2019 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report
The driver in a van crash that left two people dead July 4, was arraigned Tuesday. Charging documents say a seizure caused the wreck. It was a nearly full courtroom with family, friends and co-workers of both the defendant and the victims. Chris Allen was in custody and took part in the hearing on the phone from Fairbanks. On the same day of the arraignment, assistant attorney general Adrienne Bachman filed a new charge against him, a misdemeanor charge of unsworn falsification in the second degree. The state alleges Allen had seizures in Idaho, multiple times in Petersburg and was on anti-seizure medication. The charging document alleges some of the seizures happened while Allen was working for the Petersburg Parks and Recreation Department. That was a little over three months before the crash.
Family of Nikolaevsk man shot by Troopers left with more questions than answers
Strawn works as the Development Services Manager for the Mat-Su Borough and oversees the code enforcement operation that has struggled to rid the problem property of the unwanted neighbors. Persistent problems of noise, junk, trash, and unsavory crimes at the compound have motivated Butte residents to take action. Shelley Hughes met with the Butte Community Council in September to begin organizing the eviction of the unwanted neighbors on the compound. The Mat-Su Borough began their legal process of pursuing a lawsuit against the owners of the property that had outstanding junk and trash ordinance violations dating back to
by name and date of birth has Marie Durez. On 1/18/ I With the help of Wasilla Police Department K9 Echo, Alaska State Troopers, and Palmer Police.
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Kasilof Man Facing Numerous Assault Charges Dating Back Several Years
Remember Me. Subscribe to blog. Unsubscribe from blog. Troopers interviewed Branch at his Arkansas home on Aug. A half-hour after troopers left, they said, he killed himself. Continue reading.
While in Alaska’s biggest city, also home to the state’s largest airport, there displayed the Alaska State Trooper Museum in Anchorage, Alaska. The free museum offers a history of law enforcement in Alaska dating back to.
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MMIW Cases (Alaska State Troopers)
Wasilla man arrested Alaska State Troopers in Palmer have arrested a man for second-degree murder. Troopers said they received a request on Sunday around p. Add to Chrome. Sign in. News Break App.
Troopers are the best trained and best paid, working directly for the state Department of Public Safety and deployed to villages and hub cities.
Add to Chrome. Sign in. News Break App. Fairbanks police investigate death of woman found in Chena River. The woman was last seen at a local business. The business had called police requesting a welfare check after she was seen walking towards Chena River. Troopers search for Fairbanks woman last seen walking dog near home. According to a missing person bulletin, year-old Debra Stevens left her home around 10 a. Sunday to take her dog for a walk.
Troopers said there is a concern Fairbanks man charged with assault escaped Troopers and handcuffs. Alaska State Troopers arrested year-old Tyrell Peterson of Fairbanks for assaulting family and an active bystander.
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It’s small and free. Lots of interesting info on law enforcement in Alaska. Enjoyed looking at Not a very large place, but shows the history of the Alaska State Troopers. When you think of the What a great surprise to see the history and the content they have collected. From a car to guns to Taps mug shots. Just great history. It Is free and if your down town you are 10 mins at most anyway you slice it. Having lived in both countries i really appreciated the tight knit law enforcement community that would have developed perhaps out of neccesity and seemed prevalent throughtout the inter-mingling of exhibits originating from both sides of the border.
I really appreciated the roots of the co-existence and blending of culture. Nearly forgot i was in the US and stayed longer than i would have anticipated. I took more time with the exhibits than i would normally in a museum. The people were really nice here too and it was free.
Coast Guard duo shot dead off Alaska
A Homer man accused of sexual abuse of a minor led police on a foot chase before being arrested last week. Cim Joel Blair, 34, was arrested Friday in Homer and has been charged with one count of sexual abuse of a minor in the first degree, according to court documents and an online Alaska State Troopers dispatch. The minor is the daughter of a Homer woman Blair had been dating and was under the age of 13 at the time of the alleged abuse, according to an affidavit written by Trooper Peter Frederick.
While evading arrest, Blair contacted the Homer woman he had previously dated, according to the affidavit.
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A rural Alaskan man will serve a minimum of years for fatally shooting two state troopers with an assault rifle when they tried to arrest his father in a rural village. Nathanial Kangas, 22, was found guilty of two counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of Sergeant Scott Johnson, and Trooper Gabe Rich in May The jury also returned special verdicts on each murder charge, saying the officers were both in uniform and were clearly identifiable as officers performing their duties when murdered.
The sentence for each murder count is a mandatory year prison term without the possibility of parole. Alaska does not have the death penalty. Victims’ family, friends, and law enforcement, including Village Public Safety Officer Mark Haglin, right, console each other after guilty verdicts were handed down to Nathanial Kangas. A hearing was scheduled Friday to set a sentencing date.
The officers were shot at Kangas’ home in the village of Tanana, about miles west of Fairbanks, as they attempted to arrest Kangas’ father. Defense attorney Greg Parvin argued that Kangas was not guilty of premeditated murder and said the he was trying to protect his father.