Court Reports

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

Judgments

Jenna deLumeau, 38, charge dismissed, fourth-degree assault, domestic violence.

Allan J. Sherman, 55, charges dismissed, permitting a fish and game violation by client, three counts.

Steven D. House, 24, charge dismissed, violating condition of release.

 

Criminal Court

Lance J. Peterson, 15, driving without a valid license.

Shayne H. Anderson, 27, driving while license canceled. 

Earl R. Watson, 35, driving without a valid license, motor vehicle liability  insurance required.

Colby J. Altman, 20, failure to give immediate notice of accident, driving in violation of instructional permit.

Johnathan R. Hise, 23, second-degree forgery, four counts; fraudulent use of an access device, four counts; second-degree theft, all felonies; third-degree theft, four counts.

Christopher S. Lange, 21, fourth-degree criminal mischief, domestic violence.

Lance A. Lane, 28, failure to seal moose antlers and submit harvest report.

Civil Court

In the matter of Olga Von Ziegesar-Matkin, change of name to Olga Von Ziegesar.

Kim Nelson v. Glen Thomas and Diane Thomas, claim against seller of services or goods.

Tracy L. Turner v. Travis J. Turner, divorce.

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