Police & Fire for Monday, Dec. 21, 2015

This report contains information provided to the Empire from law enforcement agencies. This report includes arrest and citation information, not conviction information. Anyone listed in this report is presumed innocent.

Assault

• At 4:52 a.m. Saturday, Naltalia Sanders, 33, was arrested for assault in the 200 block of Front Street. She was taken to Lemon Creek Correctional Center. Alcohol was involved.

• At 11:01 a.m. Saturday, Shelia Robinson was arrested for assault in the 400 block of Third Street, and she was taken to LCCC. Alcohol was not involved.

Disorderly conduct

• At 8:46 a.m. Saturday, James Cole was arrested for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest in the 1900 block of Douglas Highway. He was taken to LCCC. Alcohol was not involved.

Domestic violence

• At 4:01 a.m. Saturday, a 27-year-old woman reported she was assaulted by her 31-year-old boyfriend. Alcohol was involved.

Drug activity

• At 9:13 p.m. Friday, confidential investigation into a report of drug activity.

Harassment

• At 3:28 p.m. Friday, the Juneau Police Department received a report of harassment in the 2000 block of Jordan Avenue. Investigation continues.

Suicidal subject

• At 8:44 a.m. Saturday, JPD responded to a suicidal subject and the case involved an involuntary mental health evaluation. Alcohol was not involved.

Theft

• At 1:28 p.m. Friday, JPD received a report of theft of money in the 8700 block of Haloff Way. Investigation continues.

• At 11:09 a.m. Saturday, JPD responded to a disturbance at Foodland IGA and investigation continues into a report of a theft.

Warrant arrest

• On Friday, Alaska Wildlife Troopers in Juneau arrested Harlan Mahle, 31, of Juneau on an outstanding warrant for failure to appear in court on the original charge of driving with a suspended license. He was taken to LCCC.

Wildlife offenses

• On Friday, Alaska Wildlife Troopers in Juneau contacted Jonathan Clay, 29, of Angoon, after an investigation revealed that he had previously harvested a deer as a non-resident after failing to obtain a non-resident big game locking tag as required. He was given a summons to appear in court.

• On Friday, Nicholas Ettinger, 20, of Juneau, pleaded guilty in Juneau District Court to hunting waterfowl while in possession of lead shot, utilizing an unplugged shotgun to take waterfowl, hunting on the Mendenhall Wetlands without a waterfowl permit and hunting on the Mendenhall Wetlands without having completed hunter education, all of which are non-criminal violations. Ettinger was fined a total of $1,240 with $500 suspended. The shotgun he was using was forfeited to the state of Alaska, and his privilege to obtain a hunting, sport fishing, or trapping license was revoked for a period of two years. He was placed on probation for two years with conditions that he not commit any fish and wildlife violations, be in the field with anyone hunting, fishing or trapping, and that he successfully complete hunter education within that two year period.

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