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.
• Charles Barry Singleton, 57, of Fairbanks, was charged with fourth-degree assault Oct. 23 for allegedly headbutting a woman and taking her phone from her when she tried to call police. The woman told Alaska State Troopers that Singleton also ripped her shirt when she tried to leave her and has hit her in the past. Singleton told troopers the woman headbutted him and he immediately left the house, according to charging documents.
• Artesia Blair Roberts, 20, of Fairbanks, was charged with fourth-degree assault Oct. 24 after Fairbanks police responded to a report of multiple people banging on a woman’s window and asking about a phone. Police arrived and found a man with scratches on his face and neck. The man said Roberts was his girlfriend and had caused his injuries, according to charging documents.
• Lisa Jayne Amik, 28, of Bethel, was charged with fourth-degree assault Oct. 24 after Alaska State Troopers responded to a report she attacked her boyfriend while drinking. The man said Amik kicked the side of his vehicle when he tried to drive away, according to charging documents.
• Jolene Elizabeth Felix, 50, of Fairbanks, was charged with felony third-degree assault Oct. 30 after Fairbanks police responded to a report of a woman damaging property and threatening the apartment owner with two butcher knives. The man told police he let Felix live with him for several days because she had no place to stay, and he came home from work to find her in his apartment covered in blood. There was blood on nearly every surface in the apartment, the stereo had been ripped off of a table and broken on the floor and nearly every item in the apartment had been strewn across the living room and kitchen, according to charging documents. Police saw Felix standing next to a kitchen table with a knife in each hand and her hands covered in blood up to her wrists. One knife was approximately 6 inches long and the other was approximately 14 inches long. With police watching, Felix ripped all of the elements off of the stove and began randomly stabbing pieces of furniture and other items, including an aerosol can that exploded all over the apartment. Felix refused to answer officers when asked what was wrong, then put down both knives and put her coat on. She was taken into custody without further incident.
• Jason Renard Williams, 35, of Anderson, was charged with three counts of fourth-degree assault and one count of fifth-degree criminal mischief Oct. 24. According to charging documents, a woman called Alaska State Troopers to report Williams was intoxicated inside their shared residence and had assaulted her, her son and Williams’ sister. The woman’s son told troopers that Williams slapped his sister, punched him in the head several times and pushed his mother down, according to charging documents.