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Any charges reported in these statements are accusations, and the defendant is presumed innocent until or unless proven guilty.

On Aug. 22, Fred P. Ipalook, 18, of Barrow had his case dismissed by the Prosecuting Attorney after his arrest on Dec. 14 of last year for the charge of a Minor in Possession and Consumption of Alcohol. The case was dismissed because Ipalook completed the terms and conditions of his pre-trial diversion.

On Aug. 22, Fred P. Ipalook, 18, of Barrow had his case dismissed by the Prosecuting Attorney after his arrest on Feb. 2 for the charge of a Minor in Possession and Consumption of Alcohol. The case was dismissed because Ipalook completed the terms and conditions of his pre-trial diversion.

On Aug. 22, Fred P. Ipalook, 18, of Barrow had his case dismissed by the Prosecuting Attorney after his arrest on March 3 for the charge of a Minor in Possession and Consumption of Alcohol. The case was dismissed because Ipalook completed the terms and conditions of his pre-trial diversion.

On Aug. 29, Rachael Ann Williams, 23, of Barrow pled guilty to the charge of Disorderly Conduct/ Creating  Hazardous Conditions. Williams was sentenced to one day in jail with zero days suspended with credit for time served. Williams was also issued several fines for the offence.

On Sept. 5, Lorraine O Booth, 48, of Kotzebue was issued 37 days in jail after the suspended jail term was revoked after the court found her to have violated the conditions of her probation. Her probation period was terminated and was issued credit for time already served.

On Sept. 5, Nick A. Nickolie, 50, of Barrow had his case dismissed by the Prosecuting Attorney after his arrest on May 18 for the charge of Assault in the 4th degree. The case was dismissed because the prosecuting attorney spoke at length with the victim in the case, and she stated that there were no issues with Nickolie and she would like the charges dropped.

On Sept. 6, Eunice B. Anashugak, 30, of Barrow had her case dismissed by the prosecuting attorney after her arrest on May 3 for the charge of driving without a valid driver's license. The case was dismissed because Anashugak completed her pre-trial agreement by completing 20 hours of community service.

 

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