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A former Juneau Police Department lieutenant who fired shots at officers responding to a call at his home has pleaded guilty to seven felony charges. KINY radio reports Troy Wilson entered the plea Wednesday. Police on April 7, 2012, responded to a call...
Channel 2 NewsAfter several days of deliberation, a Palmer jury found Lisa Donlon not guilty on all counts Tuesday afternoon in connection with the shooting death of her husband in 2010 when he was asleep. On Mar. 28, closing arguments were made in the case after four...
Channel 2 NewsA jury in Palmer spent much of Friday deliberating on the Lisa Donlon murder trial. Donlon was arrested on the charges of murder, manslaughter, and criminally negligent homicide for shooting and killing of her husband Jason Donlon in October 2010. ...
A 33-year-old man whom police say was institutionalized in Alaska is now accused of fatally shooting his estranged girlfriend in Hawaii. The Maui News says Marlin Lavoie of Molokai is charged with second-degree murder in the death of 24-year-old Malia...
Tags: Court Preliminary, Shootings
KINY-radioA 61-year-old Anchorage man has been sentenced to more than three years in prison for an investment fraud scheme that took in more than $300,000. KINY-AM (http://bit.ly/WBe2Xg) reports Senior U.S. District Court Judge H. Russell Holland sentenced...
Tags: Prisons, Prosecution, Punishment, Investments
Channel 2 NewsA 21-year-old Pennsylvania man convicted of harassing Sarah Palin's Alaska lawyers has been sentenced to two years in prison for a probation violation. Shawn Christy of McAdoo, Pa., received credit for time already served. His sentence Wednesday...
Channel 2 NewsIn the Mat-Su Valley, what is locally known as "Felony Flats" has been a controversial topic for years. But after the Alaska Department of Transportation purchased the stretch of land for highway development -- forcing the "Flats" to be cleared -- the...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice, Crimes
Channel 2 NewsOn Monday, a Mat-Su hockey coach pleaded not guilty to several felony felonies, including theft and forgery. James Donald "Jamie" Smith Jr. is accused of using money earned from charitable gaming permits to fund the Alaska Avalanche Hockey Club, his...
Channel 2 NewsMat-Su Valley hockey coach and teacher James Smith made his first court appearance Monday. Smith plead not guilty to five felonies. The charges include one count of theft in the first degree, one scheme to defraud, one count of fraudulent use of an...
Tags: Gaming, Entertainment, Ice Hockey, Sports
Channel 2 NewsA 45-year-old man accused of shooting a Walmart manager appeared in court Sunday afternoon. Daniel Pirtle, a double amputee, allegedly shot 33-year-old Jason Mahi, store manager, in the midsection Saturday afternoon over a dispute of Pirtle’s...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice, Walmart, Crimes, Shootings
Channel 2 News"I just heard, 'I'm going to kill you and your family,'" John Akhivgak said. On Friday, he recalled his experience after stopping a man who allegedly held an 11-year-old boy by knifepoint. Akhivgak and his girlfriend and her mother were out shopping...
Joshua BerlingerLegislators have beefed up Alaska's laws in order to get tough on crime in recent years, but they haven't changed what constitutes a felony. Two bills from Sens. Fred Dyson and John Coghill, respectively, could add some definition. Dyson's bill,...
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