• Sherry Ann Druck, 37, of Fairbanks, was charged with two counts of fourth-degree misdemeanor assault and fourth-degree misdemeanor criminal mischief.

Druck is accused of attacking another woman, punching her in the face multiple times, and also assaulting the woman’s mother when she tried to break up the fight. She also broke a window by kicking it.

The incident occurred on June 12. Fairbanks police responded to a report of an assault at an apartment on Eielson Street about

5:30 p.m.

The younger of the two victims told police she, her two children and her mother went to her grandmother’s house to make dinner and were confronted by Druck about bringing the children to the house. Druck was “mouthing off” when she attacked the woman from behind and punched her in the face multiple times, the victim said.

The woman said she tried to fight back but her mother jumped in to separate the two women. The mother corroborated her daughter’s account of the incident and told police that when she attempted to separate the two women that Druck grabbed her by the hair and pulled out a clump of her hair.

Both victims told police that Druck kicked out a ground-level window as she was leaving. The value of the window was estimated at $250.

Police were not able to locate Druck anywhere in town and charges were filed this week.

• Courtney Germaine Guy, 35, of Fairbanks, was charged with fourth-degree misdemeanor assault for allegedly shoving a woman against a stair railing and throwing a sandal at her, hitting her in the face. The incident occurred on April 25, but charges were just filed this week.

The victim told police she was letting Guy and his girlfriend, a friend of the victim, stay at her house for a few days. They were sleeping in the bedroom while she stayed in the living room, she said.

The victim said she went into her bedroom to get some clothing when Guy confronted her and accused her of going through his things. The two began arguing and yelling at each other and Guy grabbed some of his belongings and started to leave.

The victim and Guy continued to yell at each other when he shoved her into the stair railing. He then threw a sandal at her from about four feet away. The sandal hit her in the nose, giving her a slight bloody nose. The woman’s boyfriend saw the altercation and separated the two. The woman told police she felt Guy would have assaulted her further had her boyfriend not been there.


• Shawn Matthew Kelly, 35, of Fairbanks, was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol after a man called Alaska State Troopers at 12:49 a.m. Wednesday to report an intoxicated driver at the Tesoro gas station on the corner of University Avenue and College Road.

The man told troopers the man, later identified as Kelly, staggered to his vehicle, a Ford Mustang with a personalized license plate, and nearly backed into his vehicle as he was leaving the gas station. The man then said Kelly drove across the street to The Marlin, parked his car, left it running and went into the bar.

Troopers responded and spoke to the man at the gas station, who pointed out Kelly’s car with its lights on parked outside bar. Troopers went to the bar and found Kelly’s daughter sitting in the passenger seat, waiting for her father.

A trooper went inside the bar and found a man matching the description provided by the caller sitting at the bar, drinking a beer. When the trooper asked Kelly to come outside, he stumbled and weaved as he walked to the door. During an interview, he slurred his words badly and had to lean against a wall to stand up. He admitted driving to the gas station and bar from his house.

Kelly failed ensuring field sobriety tests and registered a breath-alcohol content of 0.230 percent, almost three times the legal limit of 0.08 percent.

• Robert Dennison Beyette Jr., 59, of Salcha, was charged with DUI after troopers received a report of a vehicle sitting in the middle of the Richardson Highway  early Wednesday morning with someone slumped over the steering wheel.

Troopers responded and found a brown Jeep Grand Cherokee parked in the middle of the southbound lane near 323 Mile. There were two people in the car; Beyette was passed out in the driver’s seat and there was a woman in the passenger’s seat.

Beyette woke up when troopers knocked on the window. Beyette smelled of alcohol and replied “too much” when a trooper asked him how much he had to drink. Troopers said Beyette had to hold himself up against his car when he got out of the vehicle.

Beyette was disoriented and didn’t know where he was, the criminal complaint written by troopers said. He said he was going home and pointed down the road. The woman in the vehicle said they had been at a bar and left at 1:30 a.m. It was about 5 a.m. when troopers contacted him.

Beyette failed subsequent field sobriety tests and registered a breath-alcohol content of 0.175 percent 

• Stacy Marie Haubrich, 34, of Wasilla, was arrested for DUI early Thursday morning after troopers received a tip about a possible drunk driver parked in a pullout near Cantwell.

Troopers located the vehicle, a Ford F-150, in a pullout at 220 Mile Parks Highway just after 1 a.m. and found Haubrich passed out behind the wheel. She smelled strongly of alcohol and had trouble standing when she got out of the truck, troopers said.

Haubrich had a breath-alcohol content of 0.185 percent.

Tim Mowry