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.
Ronald Leon Campbell, 36, of Nenana, was charged with fourth-degree assault July 16 after the Nenana fire chief contacted Alaska State Troopers to report Campbell was walking down Main Street in Nenana while carrying an unconscious woman over his shoulder. When confronted by a bystander, Campbell threw the woman on the ground, cursed at her and ran away, according to charging documents. The woman was interviewed in an ambulance on the way to Fairbanks Memorial Hospital and told troopers she got a head injury while pulling nets on a boat. She later told troopers that she tripped over a curb and hit her head. The fire chief said the woman told him Campbell punched her behind the ear and knocked her out.
• Donald Charles Kellogg, 50, of Moose Creek, was charged with driving under the influence July 16. According to charging documents, an Alaska State Trooper clocked Kellogg driving a black Toyota Camry at 79 mph at mile marker 296 on the Parks Highway. An ambulance with its emergency lights and siren activated was traveling behind Kellogg. The ambulance driver reported the Camry had just passed him at a high rate of speed and passed another vehicle on a double yellow line. The trooper stopped Kellogg at mile marker 304. Kellogg failed field sobriety tests and registered a breath-alcohol content of 0.117.
• Clinton Joseph Wells, 44, no address given, was charged with driving under the influence July 16. According to charging documents, Alaska State Troopers received a report at 10:59 a.m. of a white Toyota Tacoma parked near mile marker 333 of the Parks Highway and a female passenger who appeared to be heavily intoxicated and in distress. The caller reported seeing open alcohol bottles in the Tacoma but could not tell if the driver was intoxicated. Several hours later, Cantwell Department of Transportation employees working in the area of mile marker 212 contacted troopers and reported the same vehicle came through their work site and the male driver, later identified as Wells, was heavily intoxicated. A trooper located the Tacoma parked in the southbound lane of traffic at mile marker 204.5. Wells admitted to drinking alcohol and had an open and three- fourths empty bottle of flavored vodka in the center console, according to the charges. Wells failed field sobriety tests and registered a breath-alcohol content of 0.299. The charging documents do not say whether a female passenger was present when troopers contacted Wells.
Fugitive from justice
Leonard Francis Galbicsek, 39, and Amy C. Galbicsek, 32, both of Glenallen, were charged with being fugitives from justice July 16. According to charging documents, both Galbicseks are wanted on $20,000 warrants for identify theft in Ohio.
Thomas Joseph Roberts, 48, of Tanana, was charged with three counts of felony first-degree witness tampering, six counts of misdemeanor first-degree unlawful contact and three counts of misdemeanor second-degree unlawful contact July 18. According to charging documents, Roberts was arrested for felony second-degree assault June 25 and was remanded to Fairbanks Correctional Center. While there, Roberts made several phone calls to the woman he is accused of assaulting. The woman told Alaska State Troopers that Roberts told her to drop the charges against him and to not answer her phone when called for the grand jury. Recordings of the calls confirmed the woman’s statements, according to the charges.