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.
• Sophia Millicent York, 20, of Fairbanks, was charged with fourth-degree assault Aug. 15 after Fairbanks police responded to a verbal argument. York’s husband said she was angry at him because he didn’t kiss her goodbye as he left for work. Police arrested York after witnessing her punching her husband on the arm with both fists, according to charging documents.
• Jessica Rose Kozevnikoff, 34, of Stevens Village, was charged with fourth-degree assault Aug. 15 for reportedly slapping her boyfriend in the face at a grocery store parking lot. A Fairbanks police officer investigating a theft witnessed the assault, according to charging documents.
• Jacob Toner, 26, of Fairbanks, was charged with second- and fourth-degree assault Aug. 16 after Fairbanks police responded to a 4:46 a.m. report that a woman walked to Fairbanks Memorial Hospital and said her boyfriend strangled her and hit her in the mouth. According to charging document, the woman told police she and Toner got in an argument the night before and he kicked her out. She returned early in the morning and Toner woke up. They argued and he told her to leave again. She asked for the car keys because she had nowhere to go. Toner refused to give them to her and hit her in the mouth with his wrist. He then got on top of her and started strangling her to the point that she could not breath. The woman was able to bite one of Toner’s fingers, and he stopped strangling her. Toner bit the woman on her upper left triceps and she kicked him off of her. He reached toward the area where he normally keeps his gun but the woman had already removed it and left it at a neighbor’s house earlier that night, according to the charges. The woman left the house and walked to the hospital so she could call 911.
• John Aloysius Quebbemann, 55, of Fairbanks, was charged with driving under the influence Aug. 13 after University of Alaska Fairbanks police responded to a report that a former UAF employee was intoxicated and talking to staff at the UAF electrical plant. Quebbemann told police he drank vodka, took prescription medication and drove from his Ballaine Road house to UAF Facilities Services to give Donald Trump joke gifts to a friend working there. Quebbemann failed field sobriety tests and registered a breath-alcohol content of 0.293, according to charging documents.
• Scott Salo, 60, of Big Lake, was charged with driving under the influence Aug. 16 after Alaska State Troopers found him passed out behind the steering wheel of a Chevrolet Yukon at the IGA parking lot in Delta Junction. Salo failed field sobriety tests and registered a breath-alcohol content of 0.268, according to charging documents.
• Emanuel Baptiste Littlejohn, 22, of Fairbanks, was charged with driving under the influence and violating conditions of release Aug. 17. According to charging documents, Fairbanks police saw Littlejohn stopped in the middle of College Road near the Johansen Expressway with four flat tires. Littlejohn got out of the car and was aggressive, argumentative and experienced extreme mood swings, according to charging documents. Littlejohn failed field sobriety tests and registered a breath-alcohol content of 0.144. Police went back to College Road and found tire marks showing Littlejohn drove into oncoming traffic, went over the median and into the correct lane of travel, then went back over the median and drove into oncoming traffic again.