DUI Lawyer Could Be Busy, & Maybe Other Attorneys
DUI lawyer could be needed for driver Roxanne Barnes, age 53 of Copper Center, as both Alaska State Troopers and Village Public Safety Officers responded to a REDDI report (Report Every Drunk Driver Immediately) near 103 Old Richardson Highway in Copper Center on January 12, 2012. Upon investigation, it was determined that she was driving under the influence and was found to be in possession of controlled substances and drug paraphernalia. She was arrested and taken to the Glennallen Trooper Post for arraignment. These are stories taken straight out of the Alaska State Trooper daily reports.
The Alaska Bureau of Investigation reports that on January 12th, Michelle F. Tungiyan, age 28, of Kotzebue, was at a local air carrier in Nome, when thirteen 750ml bottles of alcohol was found in her baggage and another bottle was found on her. She was on her way to Gambell, Alaska which banned alcohol. She did not get to go to Gambell that day.
Another female, 36 years old, and unnamed by authorities, was also traveling to Gambell via Nome. A 750ml bottle of alcohol was removed from her luggage. She did continue with her flight to Gambell, but charges will be filed.
In Wasilla, Sophia Seefeldt was contacted when Alaska State Troopers went to a disturbance occurring on Willington Drive. Sophia was arrested for disorderly conduct, and after being taken to Mat-Su Regional Hospital, Seefeldt bit the trooper on the arm. She was remanded to Mat-Su Pretrial Facility where she was held on a thousand dollar bail on the charges of Disorderly Conduct and Assault in the Fourth Degree on a Police Officer.
A student at the Anthony Andrews School in St. Michael, Alaska faces charges of Assault in the Fourth Degree and Disorderly Conduct. The student was reported to have assaulted a faculty member and was out of control. The victim did not require medical attention and charges have been referred to Juvenile Intake in Nome.
Alaska State Troopers, when responding to a residenced near North Forty-ninth State Street in Palmer found that Thomas Fidler, 41, had violated a protective order multiple times. The Domestic Violence Protective Order (DVPO) that Fidler violated was enough for him to be arrested, he went to Mat-Su Pretrial on two counts of violating that order and was held without bail. If you want more Alaska State Trooper stories, please comment below.
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