(Michael Penn / Juneau Empire File)

(Michael Penn / Juneau Empire File)

Police calls for Tuesday, May 9, 2023

This report contains information from law enforcement and public safety agencies.

Abandoned Vehicle: At 10:24 p.m. on Friday, two vehicles were impounded as abandoned vehicles on Savikko Road.

Arrest: At 9:03 a.m. on Friday, 51-year-old John Cody Negley was arrested on Glacier Highway on a no-bail parole warrant for promoting contraband.

At 1:12 a.m. on Friday, 29-year-old Alfred Torres was arrested on 12th Street on drug-related driving while impaired, three warrants and violating conditions of release. At the same time, 32-year-old Trevor Hansen was arrested on a warrant and both were taken to Lemon Creek Correctional Center.

Assist: At 2:25 p.m. on Thursday, 39-year-old Deryk Paul Lepoidevin was arrested on Thane Road on a Juneau Police Department warrant and was taken to LCCC.

Attempt to Serve: At 10:21 p.m. on Friday, 59-year-old Vincent Nicolas Libertino was arrested on Del Rae Road on a warrant for second and third-degree misconduct involving controlled substances and two counts of fourth-degree misconduct involving controlled substances.

Conditions Violation: At 3:44 p.m. on Friday, a 46-year-old man reported a 34-year-old woman violated conditions of release on Mendenhall Loop Road by contacting him.

Driving While Intoxicated: At 9:27 p.m. on Thursday, 54-year-old Bryan Brooker was arrested on Churchill Way for driving while intoxicated and resisting arrest. He was taken to LCCC.

Lost Property: At 10:37 p.m. on Friday, a 33-year-old woman reported her pink .380 pistol missing on Commercial Boulevard.

Shoplifting: At 2:38 p.m. on Thursday, JPD responded to a report of a shoplift and trespass at a local business on Trout Street.

At 1:01 p.m. on Friday, JPD responded to a report of a shoplift at a local business on Willoughby Avenue.

Traffic Stop: At 8:48 p.m. on Thursday, 43-year-old Gina Mixson was cited and released for driving without a license in the Juneau area. The vehicle she was driving was impounded.

At 9:39 p.m. on Thursday, 45-year-old Timothy Sheehan was cited and later released on Glacier Highway for not registering a vehicle within 30 days.

At 8:14 a.m. on Saturday, 39-year-old Shamar Lynn Ferguson was arrested on Vintage Boulevard for driving without a license and violating conditions of release. She was taken to LCCC and the vehicle she was driving was impounded.

Trespassing: At 5:55 p.m. on Thursday, 35-year-old Taylor Hudson Cope was arrested on Glacier Highway for trespass, larceny and criminal mischief. Cope was taken to LCCC.

At 1:17 p.m. on Friday, 25-year-old Brenda Jamie Wilkin was arrested on Willoughby Avenue for trespass and theft. She was taken to LCCC.


At 2:27 p.m. on Friday, JPD responded to a report of vandalism to city property in the Juneau area.

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