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Public safety report - Dec. 29

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Posted: Tuesday, December 29, 2009 3:12 am | Updated: 12:49 pm, Wed Dec 26, 2012.

The Public Safety Report is compiled from criminal complaints filed in state and federal courts, as well as some police blotter information, trooper dispatches, fire department reports and interviews with public safety officials. Individuals named as arrested and/or charged with crimes in this report are presumed innocent until proved guilty in a court of law.

Assault

• Laona DeWilde, 35, of Fairbanks, was charged with fourth-degree assault after she allegedly hit her boyfriend in the face Dec. 11.

• Romarosa S. Duncanson, 29, of Fairbanks, was charged with fourth-degree assault after she allegedly hit her husband in the back Saturday.

• Cynthia Siu-Han Johnson, 33, of Fort Wainwright, was charged with fourth-degree assault after she allegedly shoved and slapped a man Saturday.

• Cheryl Robin Neglaski, 20, of Fairbanks, was charged with fourth-degree assault after she allegedly hit a man in the head with a plastic coin holder on Dec. 12. She also was charged with violating conditions of release.

• Michael P. Tse, Jr., 20, of Fairbanks, was charged with fourth-degree assault after he allegedly pushed his mother Saturday.

• Benjamin Wilson, 22, of Fairbanks, was charged with fourth-degree assault after he allegedly pushed his wife and grabbed her by the throat Sunday.

DUI

• Gabriel Cayetano Atencio, 19, of Fairbanks, was charged with driving under the influence after Alaska State Troopers contacted him early Sunday morning in the parking lot of the Riverview gas station on Badger Road. A chemical test found his breath-alcohol content to be 0.134.

• Dennis L. Bahnke, 35, was charged with driving under the influence after troopers pulled him over Sunday for driving erratically on Badger Road near Holmes Road. A chemical test found his breath-alcohol content to be 0.156. The legal limit to operate a motor vehicle is 0.08.

• Anthony W. Bird, 23, of Fairbanks, was charged with driving under the influence after troopers stopped him for speeding early Sunday morning on Badger Road near Bradway Road. A chemical test found his breath-alcohol content to be 0.118.

• Jennifer Robin Booda, 39, of Fairbanks, was charged with driving under the influence after Fairbanks police pulled her over for speeding Thursday night on the Steese Highway near Farmers Loop. She also was charged with child endangerment because a four-year-old girl was in the vehicle at the time, according to a criminal complaint filed in court.

A chemical test found her breath-alcohol content to be 0.089.

• Cyrus Elroe Callahan, 17, of Salcha, was charged with driving under the influence after Fairbanks police pulled him over for speeding Saturday morning on 11th Avenue near Turner Street. A chemical test found his breath-alcohol content to be 0.062.

• Gabriele Brautigam Cowan, 45, was charged with driving under the influence after troopers contacted her Saturday near 355 Mile Richardson Highway. A chemical test found her breath-alcohol content to be 0.126.

• Leon Carl Peter, 31, of Nulato, was charged with driving under the influence after Fort Wainwright police became suspicious that he was intoxicated while trying to gain entry to the post on Thursday. A small bag of marijuana was found in his car, according to a criminal complaint filed in court.

A chemical test found his breath-alcohol content to be 0.227.

Peter faces additional charges of driving with a revoked license and misdemeanor drugs misconduct.

• Oscar Daniel Monzon-Pineda, 30, was charged with driving under the influence after troopers stopped him Friday for driving with one taillight on the Johansen Expressway near University Avenue. A chemical test found his breath-alcohol content to be 0.103. He also was charged with driving with a suspended license.

• Alasdair Aran Fletcher Nolan, 31, of Fairbanks, was charged with driving under the influence after troopers spotted him driving a snowmachine Sunday on Geraghty Avenue. Despite troopers’ attempts to get him to pull over, Nolan continued driving to Airport Way and did not stop until he reached University Avenue, near the Mitchell Expressway, according to a criminal complaint filed in court.

He also was charged with failure to stop at the direction of a peace officer, a felony. A chemical test found his breath-alcohol content to be 0.048.

• Telly A. Robideau, 32, of Fairbanks, was charged with driving under the influence after troopers pulled him over Thursday for failing to stop at a posted sign at the intersection of Geist Road and Fairbanks Street. A chemical test found his breath-alcohol content to be 0.161.

Multiple charges

• A 24-year-old man is accused of hitting his girlfriend while driving drunk.

Kyle W. Keeling has been charged with driving under the influence and fourth-degree assault.

Troopers contacted the couple early Saturday morning as Keeling attempted to free his car from a ditch at the intersection of the Richardson Highway and Badger Road.

A chemical test found his breath-alcohol content to be 0.124.

• A North Pole woman is accused of trying to cash a stolen check at the North Pole Safeway.

Elizabeth P. McDaniel, 35, has been charged with felony counts of second-degree forgery and second-degree theft.

A teller at the Alaska USA Federal Credit Union became suspicous of McDaniel when she said she was cashing a $1,044 check for another woman who was in her car. As the teller called 911, McDaniel said she was going to the bathroom but instead fled the store, according to a criminal complaint filed in court.

The Homer woman who the check was made out to told North Pole police she had no idea who McDaniel was or how she got the check. McDaniel claimed the pair were old friends, court documents allege.

Solicitation

A Fairbanks man is accused of offering two women money for sex last summer.

Brian M. Scott, 41, has been charged with two counts of soliciting prostitution, a misdemeanor.

The women told Fairbanks police they were walking on 17th Avenue on Aug. 3 when a man in a van held out money and offered them the cash to perform sexual favors.

Scott was contacted at his home. He denied speaking to the women, according to a criminal complaint filed in court.

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