Court Reports

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

Judgments

Wayland Glenn Branstetter, 46, pleaded guilty to driving while license revoked. He was ordered to pay $50 police training surcharge and a $150 confinement facility surcharge with $100 suspended, ordered to serve 40 days with 25 days suspended, to immediately surrender his driver’s license for 90 days and serve two years on probation

Margaret L. Goodlataw, 24, pleaded guilty to driving with license revoked. She was ordered to pay $50 police training surcharge and $150 confinement facility surcharge with $100 suspended; ordered to serve 20 days with 10 suspended, immediately surrender her driver’s license for 90 days and serve one year on probation.

Todd D. Ostler, 24, pleaded guilty to failure to give immediate notice of an accident. He was ordered to pay $50 police training surcharge and $100 confinement facility surcharge with $100 suspended, pay restitution, apply for an Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend, serve 60 days with 60 suspended and serve one year on probation.

Mark Richard Roberts, 59, pleaded guilty to a violation of hunting seasons and bag limits, He was ordered to pay $10 police training surcharge and fined $300.  

Criminal Court

Cody Alan Anderson, 22, driving under the influence; refusal to submit to a chemical test; driving while driver’s license was cancelled, suspended or revoked; driving in violation of limitations placed on driver’s license. 

Kari M. Arno, sealing of horns and antlers — moose.

Ashley J. Ingram, fourth degree assault.

Donald Wainright Pinnow, failing to register as a sex offender.

Michael J. Dauwe, driving while license canceled, suspended, revoked, limited.

Cal H. Mathews, felony driving under the influence.

Small Claims

Merchants Credit Corporation v. Filip Martushev

Merchants Credit Corporation v. Sharon Vrla

Civil Court

Merchants Credit Corporation v. Robert C. Noble Jr., debt.

Pamela Ann Smith v. Kenton Lowell Smith, uncontested divorce.

Dressida Sonshine Konavalov v. Eric Horton, stalking.

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