Clay James Kristiansen, 51, of North Pole, was charged with misdemeanor assault for allegedly hitting his girlfriend in the shoulder May 7. The charge was filed Wednesday.
Kristiansen’s girlfriend told troopers that Kristiansen got jealous when he saw she received a text message from another man. He hit her and twisted her knee, she said.
Tamerain L. White, 33, of Fairbanks, was indicted last month on a charge of failure to stop at the direction of a peace officer for a crime that allegedly took place May 18.
Jerald “Jay” Coghill Jr., 33, of Fairbanks, was charged with second-degree felony theft for allegedly stealing a $629 bicycle from the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus Feb. 10. The charge was filed Tuesday.
Security footage showed a man matching Coghill’s description steal the bike from the Moore Hall bike rack, university police said. University police security circulated the description of the man and the truck he was driving.
On Feb. 24, Alaska State Troopers, contacted Coghill at the Chena Pump transfer station. He matched the description, troopers said.
On March 1, university police interviewed Coghill’s father. He told troopers the man in the security footage was his son, police said.