•Ronald Craig Erhart, 43, of Stevens Village, was charged with misdemeanor assault for allegedly hitting his girlfriend this week in Stevens Village.
His girlfriend reported the assault Wednesday. She had minor bruising on her left bicep, Alaska State Troopers said.
Erhart said he got into a physical struggle with his girlfriend when they were drinking together, but said he did not hit her.
•Caleb Arthur Reed Culver, 27, of Fairbanks, was charged with misdemeanor assault for allegedly head-butting his sister on Nov. 21 at a home on the 3900 block of Birch Lane.
His sister received a cut under her left eye, troopers said. She told troopers Culver attacked her during an argument about housework.
Troopers were not immediately able to locate Culver.
•Roxanne M. Francis, 36, of Fairbanks, was charged with misdemeanor assault for allegedly slamming a door onto two Fairbanks police officers early Friday morning at a home on the 100 block of Dunkel Street.
Fairbanks police responded to Francis’ apartment twice for noise complaints between midnight at 12:30 a.m. During the second police visit, Francis ran into a door causing it to slam shut on the two officers, police said. One officer hurt an elbow and one hurt a cheek.
Francis was also charged with disorderly conduct.
•Barbara Reed, 49, of Fairbanks, was charged with misdemeanor assault for allegedly attacking a roommate early Friday morning.
Reed had her roommate’s hair and skin in her hands and injuries including a broken fingernail, scratches on her neck and swelling under her left eye, troopers said.
Her roommate told troopers Reed began the physical fight when they got home from Club AK. Her roommate also had injuries including multiple scratches, a swollen lip and swelling above her left eye.
Both women were intoxicated, troopers said.
•Clay James Kristiansen, 49, of North Pole, was charged with third-degree felony assault for allegedly hitting his ex-girlfriend with a glass vase March 24.
His ex-girlfriend told troopers she had an off-and-on relationship that she had recently ended with Kristiansen. He attacked her when she came to his home to collect her belongings, she said.
She had bumps and bruises on her head, troopers said.
Kristiansen has three previous assault convictions, troopers said.
•Robert McDermott, 47, of Fairbanks, was charged with misdemeanor assault for allegedly throwing a vacuum cleaner at his wife on March 23.
McDermott’s wife was vacuuming and McDermott threw the machine at her because he wanted to sleep, according to the criminal complaint against McDermott. The vacuum reportedly hit his wife in the chest.
•Walter J. Dolney, 41, of Fairbanks, was charged with misdemeanor assault for allegedly yelling and gnashing his teeth at his mother on March 23.
His mother said Dolney is bi-polar and off his medications, according to a criminal complaint against him. Lately he has taken to carrying around a hammer and talking about killing cops and pigs by hitting them in the back of the head with the hammer, his mother said. To get away from him she said she hides in a dark room while he searches the house for her.
Dolney’s sister who does not live with them also said Dolney followed her around with the hammer and said she was scared he was going to hit her.
•Lisa Irean Knowles, 21, of Fairbanks, was charged with misdemeanor assault for allegedly scratching her husband on the cheek March 22.
Her husband had a bloody cheek, according to the criminal complaint against Knowles. He said he was trying to get away when she scratched him multiple times.
•Steven W. Strassburg, 25, of Alakaket, was charged with misdemeanor assault for allegedly throwing a boot at the mother of his children Monday night.
The victim told troopers Strassburg got mad because he thought she hid his alcohol bottle.
Strassburg told troopers he had been mean the night before but did not remember all the details. He said he did not think he threw a boot.
He was also charged with misdemeanor drugs misconduct for allegedly having four marijuana joints in his pocket when he was arrested.
•Jessy James Jon Shafer, 25, of Fairbanks, was charged with misdemeanor assault for allegedly punching someone in the face and stomach Monday night.
The victim, who had reportedly just asked Schafer to leave the house, had a two-inch lump on the forehead, Fairbanks police said.
•Carol S. Greist, 30, of North Pole, was charged with misdemeanor assault for allegedly biting a boyfriend’s tongue Monday.
Troopers responded after someone was heard saying “you bit my tongue” in the background off a 911 hang up call. The victim said he had been arguing with Greist when she kissed him and bit his tongue. His tongue was bloody, troopers said.
Greist told troopers she did not kiss or bite him.
Greist was also charged with drugs misconduct for allegedly having seven small gags of marijuana in her purse, which police said weighed about seven grams in all.
•John C. Bradenburg, 30, of Fort Wainwright, was charged with driving under the influence after he was stopped Wednesday at 600th Street on Fort Wainwright.
Bradenburg was stopped for having a defective brake light and he smelled of alcohol, military police said.
He refused to take a chemical alcohol test, police said.
• Sierra Ashley Wright, 22, was charged with DUI after she drove into a ditch about 3 a.m. March 24 near 27th and Rickert Streets.
Fairbanks police said Wright drove into the ditch when she was being pulled over.
She gave the false name Desminique Para, but later gave her real name, police said.
She registered a breath-alcohol content of 0.176, more than the legal limit of 0.08.
She was also charged with making a false report.
•Ramiro Rivera Jr., 31, of Fairbanks, was charged with DUI after he was stropped on the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus March 24.
Rivera was going 51 mph in a 40 mph zone, police said.
He told police he had at least four drinks, including a whisky and coke and a beer before driving.
He registered a breath-alcohol content of 0.134.
•Cody R. King, 20, of North Pole, was charged with misdemeanor assault after he was stopped pulling away from a foreclosed home teenagers were having a party in March 10.
King told troopers he was buzzed but not drunk. He registered a breath-alcohol content of 0.026.
He was also charged with being a minor operating a vehicle after consuming alcohol.
•Alfred Dayton, 31, of Koyukuk, was charged with misdemeanor assault and driving under the influence.
He is accused of grabbing the mother of his child by her hair and hitting her against a door as well as operating a snow machine while intoxicated Tuesday morning in Koyukuk.
Troopers contacted Dayton standing beside a blue Yamaha Mountain Max snowmachine that he had been seen riding. Dayton told troopers he argued with the mother of his child about alcohol but did not do anything to her. He said he had consumed about half a bottle of Monarch vodka before they began arguing.
He registered a breath-alcohol content of 0.173.
• Melinda Mae Doyer, 28, of Fairbanks, was charged with DUI, third-degree felony assault and failure to stop at the direction of a peace officer after she was stopped near Reflections March 24.
Troopers responding to a report of an intoxicated driver said Doyer was driving erratically and her speech was unintelligible at times.
When asked to step out of her car, Doyer rolled up her window and turned up her stereo, troopers said. A trooper broke the window with a flashlight when she would not open it. He then reached inside to pull her out and she started driving, dragging the trooper 5 to 10 feet while hanging out of the car, according to the criminal complaint against Doyer. She stopped a short distance away and got out of the car.
Doyer registered a breath-alcohol content of 0.203.
— Sam Friedman and Dorothy Chomicz