Court records show the following actions taken in Homer District Court through July 7: 


Raymond A. Spencer Jr., 30, pleaded guilty at his arraignment to second-degree criminal trespass. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail with 25 days suspended; ordered to pay $50 to support the Police Training Fund and a $150 jail surcharge with $100 suspended and the $330 cost of imprisonment; and was placed on probation for one year.

Jeremy P. Tedesco, 19, pleaded guilty to minor consuming alcohol. He was ordered to attend an alcohol safety action program.

Robert O. Walker, 19, pleaded guilty to two separate charges of minor consuming alcohol. He was fined $200 on each charge and ordered to attend an alcohol safety action program.

Criminal Court

Joshua A. Cotney, 18, driving without a valid driver’s license.

Joshua W. Pattersen, 38, no motor vehicle liability insurance.

George S. Kalmakoff, 28, third-degree assault, a felony.

Gavril A. Konev, 28, fourth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance, methamphetamines, a felony.

Michael L. Duran Jr., 53, driving while license revoked, no motor vehicle liability insurance.

Derek J. Williams, 23, Anchorage, driving under the influence.

Christina L. Tennison, 52, no motor vehicle liability insurance.

Allan R. Phelps, 62, driving in violation of license limitation.

Sean M. Carpenter, 25, second-degree theft, tampering with physical evidence, both felonies.

Brian K. Saunders, 53, driving while license revoked.

Joshua R. Horner, 30, Anchorage, harvest record for finfish with annual limit violation.

Weston Huarte, 20, Ninilchik, driving while license suspended.

Martin S. Kitson, 51, second-degree assault, a felony.

Edward T. Vey, 49, Palmer, limitations for halibut, two counts, taking an overlimit of halibut and filleting halibut before landing vessel.

Manfred M. Kirchner, 62, fourth-degree assault.

Randi L. Iverson, 62, Sadie Cove, third-degree theft.

Janet L. Wass, 67, Anchorage, driving while license suspended.

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