Court Reports

Court records show the following actions taken in Homer District Court through Aug. 22:

Judgments

Randi R. Roberts, 23, charges dismissed, second-degree hindering prosecution, failure to appear in court.

Marco A. Rameriz, 36, charge dismissed, driving while license canceled, suspended or revoked.

Fedor S. Gostevskyh, 36, petition to revoke probation withdrawn.

Eric C. Davis, 28, charge dismissed, sixth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance.

Jamie L. Brown, 25, charges dismissed, fourth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance, four counts, fifth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance.

Christopher S. Lange, 22, charge dismissed, fourth-degree criminal mischief.

Julian R. Stowe, 23, charge dismissed, driving in violation of limited license.

Warren C. Cotter Belford, 29, charge dismissed, fourth-degree theft.

Stacy Ann Anderson, 38, charge dismissed, second-degree criminal trespass.

Troy A. Jones, 59, pleaded guilty to an amended charge of trapping lynx during a closed season, violation. He was fined $500 and ordered to pay $10 to support the Police Training Fund. He also pleaded guilty to an amended charge of unlawful possession and transportation of game, violation. He was fined $300.

Philip S. Jones, 31, pleaded guilty to an amended charge of trapping lynx during a closed season, violation. He was fined $500 and ordered to pay $10 to support the Police Training Fund. He also pleaded guilty to an amended charge of unlawful possession and transportation of game, violation. He was fined $300.

Joshua D. Moore, 33, Mesa, Ariz., pleaded guilty to driving under the influence. He was fined $2,000 with $500 suspended and sentenced to 90 days in jail with 87 days suspended; ordered to pay $75 to support the Police Training Fund, a $150 jail surcharge with $100 suspended and the $330 cost of imprisonment; ordered to attend an alcohol safety action program and install an ignition interlock device; had his driver’s license revoked for 90 days; and was placed on probation for one year.

Samuel T. Reinert, 19, pleaded guilty at his arraignment to sixth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance, marijuana. Imposition of sentence was suspended subject to the condition that he perform 24 hours of community work service and pay $50 to support the Police Training Fund. He was placed on probation for one year.

Criminal Court

Rosemarie I. Ray, 51, fourth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance, methamphetamine; driving under the influence, both felonies.

William E. Munson, 18, Anchorage, fourth-degree assault, minor consuming alcohol.

Harry E. Bjork Jr., 61, Anchor Point, DUI.

Clarence S. Hock, 23, driving while license suspended.

Zahar Z. Reutov, 54, DUI.

Christopher Dawson, 52, DUI, protection of fish and game — driving in salmon stream.

Civil Court

In the matter of Barrett M. Fletcher and Tamara M. Fletcher, dissolution of marriage.

In the matter of Curtis L. Cameron and Barbara A. Cameron, dissolution of marriage.

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