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March 14th 1:43 pm | Staff Reports Print this article   Email this article   Create a Shortlink for this article

On Feb. 14, Robert Sakeagak, 23, of Barrow had his case dismissed after his arrest on May 31 on the charge of Harassment in the 1st degree and Furnishing Alcohol to Minors. The case was dismissed by the Prosecuting Attorney for the District Court of Barrow because of evidential reasons.

On Feb. 20, Betty J. Nayakik, 17, of Barrow pleaded guilty to the charge of Driving Under the Influence after her arrest on Sept. 14. Nayakik was sentenced to 45 days in jail with 42 days suspended with the unsuspended 72 hours to be served consecutively with credit to be given for time already served. Nayakik was also ordered to pay several fines for the offense, was ordered to complete treatment at the North Slope Behavioral Health Center, and had her driver's license suspended for a period of 90 days and upon regaining the privilege to drive, must use an ignition interlock device for a period of six months. Nayakik has also been placed on probation until Aug. 21 of next year.

On Feb. 21, Woei Singkhan, 58, of Barrow pleaded guilty to the charge of Reckless Driving after his arrest on Nov. 27. Singkhan was sentenced to 10 days in jail with zero days suspended with the unsuspended 10 days to be served with credit to be given for time already served. Singkhan was also ordered to pay several fines for the offense and has had his driving privileges revoked for a period of 30 days.

On Feb. 21, Michael Kubalack, 23, was found to have violated the conditions of his probation. A global resolution was imposed in the case and all the terms and conditions of the probation from the original judgment will remain in effect.

On Feb. 21, Carl M. Washington, 26, was found to have violated the conditions of his probation. His probationary period has been extended and he has been ordered to serve all of the remaining time on his suspended jail sentence.

On Feb. 22, Carl Thomas, 31, of Kotzebue was found guilty of violating the conditions of his probation. Thomas' suspended jail term was revoked and a period of six days was imposed with credit to be given for time already served. Thomas was also ordered to pay a fine and all the other terms and conditions of the probation that was imposed in the original judgment will remain in effect.

On Feb. 25, Abraham D. Kippi. 32, of Barrow had his case dismissed after his arrest on Oct. 13 on the charge of Violating the Conditions of his probation. The case was dismissed by the Prosecuting Attorney for the District Court of Barrow because of a Rule 11 agreement due to his pleas in comparing cases.

On Feb. 26, Joseph M. Diaz, 21, of Barrow pleaded guilty to the charge of Reckless Driving after his arrest on Oct. 19. Diaz was sentenced to 10 days in jail with zero days suspended with the unsuspended 10 days to be served with credit to be given for time already served. Diaz was also ordered to pay several fines and has had his driver's license revoked for a period of 30 days.

On Feb. 26, Samuel Patotak, 18, of Barrow had his case dismissed after his arrest on May 30 on the charge of Driving Over Across or Within. The case was dismissed by the Prosecuting Attorney for the District Court of Barrow because of the completion of a pre-trial agreement.

 

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