Who Done It
June 9th | Staff Report
Angel Hopson, of Nuiqsut, pleaded guilty to the non-classified misdemeanor charge of driving without a valid operator's license and was found guilty. Hopson was fined $300 which must be paid by Aug. 31, and a police training surcharge of $50, by order of Judicial Officer David Roghair, effective May 30.
Daryl R. Bennett, 28, of Nuiqsut, pleaded no contest to the class A misdemeanor of importing a small amount of alcohol into a dry area. He did not reach a plea agreement. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail with all 30 days suspended and was fined $2,000, which must be paid by the end of his probation. He must also pay a police training surcharge of $50. All alcohol seized in this case has been forfeited to the state. Bennett has been placed on probation until May 30, 2018, during which time he may not consume or buy alcohol, by order of Magistrate Judge David Roghair, effective May 30.
Ruby Tuzroyluk, 30, pleaded guilty to the class A misdemeanor of assault in the fourth degree for causing reckless injury and reached a plea agreement. She was then found guilty of the charge. She has been sentenced to 360 days in jail with 270 days suspended and credit for time served. She must also pay a police training surcharge of $50 and an initial jail surcharge of $50. She has been placed on probation until May 24, 2019. One of her probation conditions is that within 30 days of her release from jail, she must call Anchorage Community Mental Health Services and go to the first available appointment for a mental health assessment, and then follow mental health treatment recommendations, including taking prescribed medications in the way a mental health professional directs her to, by order of Judge Pro Tem Michael Jeffery, effective May 24.