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Channel 2 NewsThe Goose Creek Correctional Center, which cost $250 million to build, is expected to be open in 2012, but it may only be a few years before the Mat-Su prison is full. The Department of Corrections told lawmakers today that the number of drug related...
Channel 2 NewsAn Anchorage man, one of five accused of opening fire at the Anchorage Football Stadium after a rough football game in 2006, was re-sentenced to 20 years in jail Friday with five years suspended. Kalani Maalona is now 25 years old, and he’s...
Tags: Trials, Punishment
A 64-year-old Anchorage man has been indicted on charges that he signed and deposited Permanent Fund Dividend checks that didn't belong to him. Daniel Batalona is facing three counts of first-degree forgery and three counts of second-degree theft under...
It happens every day of the week in courtrooms all over Alaska. Today, in Judge Michael Spaan’s Anchorage courtroom, the applicant is a woman with curly black hair, a mother. The judge is hearing bail applications and arraignments. She’...
Channel 2 NewsHe spent 20 years behind bars for a crime he didn't commit. A man from New York State is in Anchorage this week to share his story of injustice and how new technology proved his innocence. The Alaska Innocence Project said Steve Barnes is not...
Tags: Human Body, Lawyers, DNA, Murder, Prosecution
A recovering alcoholic and drug addict, Thaddeus Lewis has spent nearly two decades in and out of jails in Alaska. The courts have tried to supervise him in almost every way imaginable, including third party custodian – the system used in Alaska...
Channel 2 NewsJudge Michael Spaan sentenced an Anchorage man Friday to serve 50 years in prison for a 2007 stabbing death. Twenty-four-year-old Keilan Ebli pleaded guilty in February to a charge of second-degree murder for the killing of 45-year-old Bill Oestreich of...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice, Murder, Crimes, Punishment
The Associated PressThe 22-year-old son of a Democratic Tennessee lawmaker has been convicted on two charges in the hacking of Sarah Palin's e-mail account while she campaigned on the Republican presidential ticket in 2008. The federal court jury reached its verdict...
Tags: Sarah Palin, Crime, Law and Justice, Gaming, Trials, Tennessee
Channel 2 NewsA Juneau court sentenced former state lawmaker Bruce Weyhrauch to one year of probation and a $1,000 fine Tuesday morning, for his role in a corruption scandal that swept the state legsislature in 2006. Judge Keith Levy said he thought jail time was not...
Tags: Judges, Lawyers, Laws, Crime, Law and Justice, Prosecution
Channel 2 NewsThe former owner of a popular Anchorage restaurant was sentenced in court Wednesday for drug and money laundering charges. The U.S. Attorney's office said 42-year-old Daryl Hunter will spend five years in prison for using drug money to buy the Wings...
Tags: Restaurants, Lawyers, Trials, Heroin, Crimes
The Associated PressThe head of Alaska State Troopers says a prisoner's escape from jail was mishandled in how slowly the inmate's name and photograph were released to the public. Col. Keith Mallard says the identifying information should have been included with the...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice, Alaska
New details have emerged in the escape of a prisoner from Mat-Su Pretrial facility Wednesday. Troopers list three individuals in the charging documents, the escapee, Kent Matte, a woman who has been arrested for assisting him, and a third man who gave the...
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