Court Report

Court records show the following actions taken in Homer District Court through Aug. 21: 


Alexander C. Eutsler, 26, driving while license cancelled, suspended, revoked or limited, charge dismissed.

Alen T. Blatchford, 68, charges dismissed, disorderly conduct, two counts, violating conditions of release, second-degree criminal trespass.

Damon E. Knight, 52, charge dismissed, limitation for halibut.

Debra L. Spencer, 44, charge dismissed, disorderly conduct.

Joshua W. Pettersen, 38, charge dismissed, no motor vehicle liability insurance.

Shelby F. Kuklis, 23, charge dismissed, fourth-degree assault.

George B. Frazier, 55, charge dismissed, no motor vehicle liability insurance.

Jaruby J. Nelson, 19, charge dismissed, sixth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance.

James L. Wiseman, 55, charge dismissed, driving without an operator’s license.

Ross A. Poindexter, 26, unlawful contact, charge dismissed. He pleaded guilty to fourth-degree assault, domestic violence. He was sentenced to 180 days in jail with 150 days suspended; ordered to pay $50 to support the Police Training Fund and a $150 jail surcharge with $100 suspended; ordered to enroll in and complete a batterer’s intervention program; ordered not to have contact with his victim and not to consume or possess alcohol; ordered to report to an alcohol safety action program; and was placed on probation for three years.

Criminal Court

David L. Debrosse, 55, driving under the influence.

Noe G. Ramirez, 38, no motor vehicle liability insurance, improper use of registration.

Nathan W. Vandecoevering, 42, failure to stop at the direction of a police officer, driving while license cancelled, suspended, revoked or limited.

Stacey A. Anderson, 39, fourth-degree assault.

Joshua W. Pettersen, 38, fourth-degree assault, domestic violence; fourth-degree assault, fifth-degree criminal mischief.

Susan Mossman, 52, felony DUI, felony refusal to submit to a chemical test.

Civil Court

Kathi A. Collett v. Richard J. Collett, temporary restraining order granted.

Debra Spencer v. Nikolai Yakunin Jr., temporary restraining order granted.

Bonnie Vaughan v. Vivian Sotello et al., eviction.

Small Claims

Kenai Peninsula Borough v. Kachemak Guide Bureau and Brian K. Saunders, debt.

Claudia Tapia and Jean Tapia v. Shawn Fowder, debt.

Neal Sullivan v. Alaska Timberframe Inc., debt.

Cornerstone Credit Services v. Craig E. Culley, debt.

Cornerstone Credit Services v. Nititia K. Fefelov, debt.

John Steik v. Norman Orr, debt.

Homer Refrigeration v. Starvin Marvin’s Pizza Factory, debt.

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