Darrick Ambrose, 19, of Ruby, was charged with misdemeanor assault for allegedly trying to punch his father Thursday night in Ruby.
Ambrose had a cut on his leg from falling onto a broken light bulb, a bloody nose and bruises on his face he said might have come from the assault, a village public safety officer said.
Ambrose’s father told the officer that Ambrose was at his house when he returned home Thursday night, despite a court order to stay away from his father. Ambrose began arguing with him and fighting with him, he said.
The officer said there was a a TV lying on its screen and some orange fluid spilled on the floor.
Ambrose also was charged with violating release conditions in another pending domestic violence case for allegedly drinking alcohol and being in contact with his father.
Kristine Guy, 30, of Fairbanks, was charged with DUI for allegedly driving under the influence of methamphetamine Aug. 9 in Fairbanks.
The case was dismissed Aug. 9 because no criminal complaint had been filed at that point, but charges were re-filed Nov. 19, according to the Alaska Court System website.
Guy was stopped at South Cushman Street and 23rd Avenue for driving with studded tires out of season, Fairbanks police said. She was twitching and said she was coming down from a meth high, police said.
She registered a breath-alcohol content of 0.000, and she submitted a blood sample, police said.
Garrett Louis Guim, 32, of Fairbanks, was charged with second-degree felony theft for allegedly stealing $120 in groceries from the College Road Safeway on Nov. 21.
Fairbanks police contacted Guim at his home on Turner Street. The groceries were found and a woman at Guim’s home agreed to pay for them, Fairbanks police said. A Safeway representative told police the store wanted to press charges, according to the criminal complaint against Guim.
Guim told police he took the food for a Thanksgiving meal for his children. He was charged with a felony because he has two previous theft convictions, one from 2008 and another in 2009. Both were in Fairbanks.
— Sam Friedman