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Posted: Friday, November 9, 2012 12:20 am | Updated: 11:54 am, Mon Jan 21, 2013.

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.


• Ricky Pugalee, of Fairbanks, was charged with second-degree felony assault for allegedly choking his girlfriend twice until she lost consciousness Thursday night in their North Pole area home.

Pugalee’s girlfriend had bruises on her knees and on her back, Alaska State Troopers said. She told troopers Pugalee got upset when she did not want to have sex with him and began disparaging her in front of her daughter. Pugalee grabbed her hair and pulled her to the ground and squeezed her throat until she lost consciousness, she said. When she revived she said Pugalee was shaking her and asking if she was OK but then kicked her in the back and stomach causing her to vomit. He then choked her again until she lost consciousness. She said she thought he was going to kill her and that he broke her cellphone by throwing it against the wall when she tried to call for help.

Pugalee told troopers his girlfriend was out of control and threw a cup through the living room window. He said he did not assault her. He had no explanation for how she was injured, troopers said.

• Tyree Kawaun Robinson, 29, of Fairbanks, was charged with misdemeanor domestic violence assault for allegedly pushing past a woman and throwing a paper towel case at her at a home in the North Pole area Nov. 2.

The alleged victim told troopers she is afraid of Robinson and is afraid Robinson might come back and harm her if he gets out of jail before her husband comes back later this month.

Robinson smelled moderately of alcohol and his mood swung between crying and talking fast, troopers said.

• Cory Allen Everett, 25, of Fairbanks, was charged with misdemeanor assault for allegedly kicking his girlfriend in the head early Wednesday morning.

Everett’s girlfriend had several lumps on her head, Fairbanks police said.

Everett told police he did kick her. He said he did it because he is dumb, police said.

• Cody Jon McIntyre, 28, of Fairbanks, was charged with misdemeanor assault for allegedly hitting his girlfriend in the face Nov. 2.

McIntyre has a complicated history with his girlfriend and he has a no-contact court order because of another pending domestic violence case.

On Tuesday, his girlfriend told troopers she has been secretly seeing him since he got out of jail but wants to stop lying to protect him. On Oct. 22, she said McIntyre was going through her phone and began beating her in the face because of something he saw on her phone.

Troopers interviewed McIntyre in the presence of his attorney about the new charges Tuesday. McIntyre chose to remain silent. His lawyer said McIntyre’s girlfriend is a self-mutilator and suggested law enforcement look at her scars, troopers said.


• Ian Geoffrey Delaunder, 19, of the University of Alaska Fairbanks, was charged with third-degree felony drugs misconduct for allegedly selling prescription drug Adderall to a police informant.

University police conducted two sting operations with Delaunder and said he sold an informant eight pills for $40 once in October and once in November. Charges were filed Saturday.

Adderall is a prescription drug used to, among other, treat attention deficit disorder.

• Thomas J. Dixon Jr., 27, of North Pole, was indicted last week on a charge of fourth-degree drugs misconduct for allegedly possessing cocaine Sept. 21 in the Fairbanks area.


• Kip Andrew Brower, 49, of Fairbanks, was charged with DUI.

Brower was stopped outside Fox on the Steese Highway for not coming to a complete stop at a stop sign, troopers said. He told troopers he drank three for four beers before driving and he registered a breath-alcohol of 0.156, troopers said.

He also was charged for driving without a court-ordered ignition interlock device.

• Sherie L. Mitchell, 42, of Fairbanks, was charged with DUI.

Mitchell was stopped at about 6:30 p.m. Nov. 2 on Goldstream Road near Murphy Dome Road because her license plate light was out, troopers said.

She told troopers she had two drinks with dinner at Ivory Jack’s. She registered a breath-alcohol content of 0.167.

• Jeremy Ryann Johnson, 36, of Fairbanks, was charged with DUI.

A Midnite Mine bartender reported Johnson left the bar and refused to take a cab, instead driving away in his own vehicle at about 8 p.m. Tuesday.

Police found Johnson at the 3rd Street Holiday Station. He said he had four beers at the bar, and he refused to take a chemical alcohol test, police said.

• David D. Catiller, 39, of North Pole, was indicted last week on a charge of DUI for a crime that allegedly took place Oct. 12 in the Fairbanks area.

The DUI was charged as a felony because Catiller has at least two previous DUI convictions in the last 10 years.

• Annie Marie Johnson, 50, of Fairbanks, was charged with DUI.

Johnson was stopped at about 8:04 p.m. Monday at the Steese Highway and 3rd Street for driving 25 mph in a 40 mph zone and not having required anti-spray devices, Fairbanks police said.

She told police she had three Miller Genuine Drafts at the Frontier Bar. She had three Miller High Life cans in her vehicle, police said. She refused to take a chemical alcohol test, police said.


Victoria Rodas, 19, of North Pole, was charged with second-degree felony forgery for allegedly trying to pass a prescription for 12 Valium pills that had been changed to 112 Valium pills Oct. 12 at the Airport Way Safeway pharmacy.

Sex offender


• Jesse Allen Kueber, 24, of Fairbanks, was charged with second-degree misdemeanor failure to register as a sex offender for allegedly being out of compliance Sunday night.

Troopers stopped to check on Kueber because he was stopped outside the entrance to the Hutchison High School with his emergency hazard lights on.

Troopers checked his name and said he was out of compliance. Kueber said he was in touch with his probation officer who never said he was out of compliance, troopers said.

Kueber was also charged with misdemeanor theft for allegedly stealing a pair of $140 hockey gloves from Sports King in August and trying to sell them at Play It Again Sports.

• Peter Nasgaok Keyes, 58, of Fairbanks, was charged with second-degree misdemeanor failure to register as a sex offender for allegedly being out of compliance Sunday.

Keyes was intoxicated on South Cushman Street at 30th Avenue and asked police for a ride to the Rescue Mission, Fairbanks police said. A records search showed Keyes had not been registered since May, when he lived in Anchorage.

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