Police calls for Tuesday, Dec. 31, 2019

Police calls for Tuesday, Dec. 31, 2019

This report contains public information available to the Empire from law enforcement and public safety agencies. This report includes arrest and citation information, not conviction information. Anyone listed in this report is presumed innocent. Anyone with information about a crime can report a tip anonymously to juneaucrimeline.com.


• At 12:43 p.m. Thursday, the Juneau Police Department responded to a call on the 300 block of D Street where a 39-year-old woman reported being assaulted by a 40-year-old man.

Drunken driving

• At 7:06 p.m. Friday, JPD arrested 60-year-old Leland Hubert on the 2600 block of Mendenhall Loop Road from driving while intoxicated. He was taken to Lemon Creek Correctional Center and the vehicle he was driving was impounded.


• At 8:23 p.m. Friday, JPD arrested 44-year-old Laura Washington on the 200 block of Franklin Street for assault, criminal mischief and interfering/resisting arrest. She was taken to LCCC.


• At 12:03 p.m. Friday, JPD arrested 32-year-old Lisa Marie Thompson on the 100 block of Seward Street for shoplifting and violating conditions of release. She was taken to LCCC.

• At 10:35 a.m. Saturday, JPD arrested 41-year-old Michael James Hoyt on the 400 block of Willoughby Avenue for theft and violating conditions of release. He was taken to LCCC.


• At 4:20 p.m. Thursday, JPD arrested 37-year-old Natalia Lynn Sanders for criminal trespass and violating conditions of release on Egan Drive. She was taken to the LCCC.

• At 4:23 p.m. Friday, JPD arrested 34-year-old Telsie Marie Watkins for criminal trespass on the 3200 block of Hospital Drive. She was taken to LCCC.

Vehicle citation

• At 12:21 p.m. Thursday, JPD cited and released 44-year-old David Ray Haynes on the 8100 block of Glacier Highway for driving with a revoked license. The vehicle he was driving was impounded.

Warrant arrest

• At 2:49 a.m. Friday, JPD arrested 31-year-old Konstantin Khomyakov on the 900 block of 10th Street on an outstanding warrant and driving on a revoked license.

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