Threatening Texts Garner Four Years in Federal Prison for Anchorage Man

Threatening Texts Garner Four Years in Federal Prison for Anchorage Man

  U.S. Attorney Bryan Schroder, with the US Justice Department, announced that the Anchorage man who was convicted of eight counts of Threatening Interstate Communications was sentenced on Tuesday in front of Chief U.S. District Judge Timothy M. Burgess. Tyler Chance Bateman, age 29, was convicted after the jury at his trial deliberated for less […]

Begich Middle School Student Remanded to McLaughlin Youth Center after Writing Threats on Bathroom Wall

Begich Middle School Student Remanded to McLaughlin Youth Center after Writing Threats on Bathroom Wall

[dropcap]S[/dropcap]ocial media posts on Sunday prompted School Resource Officers to investigate the possibility of threats to the Begich Middle School and the Anchorage School District. The media posts, on SnapChat were shared between ASD students and reported to School Resource Officers several times. SRO investigated the posts and determined that there was no immediate danger to […]

Student Arrested after Making Threats on Dimond High Bus

Student Arrested after Making Threats on Dimond High Bus

An Anchorage teen who attended Dimond High was arrested following threats made on a school bus on Tuesday, APD revealed on Wednesday. According to the preliminary investigation, a student who had become unruly on the bus on Tuesday. After the bus driver addressed the student’s behavior, “the student became agitated and threatened to shoot up the school […]

Wiseman Man Sentenced to Two Years for Threats to BLM

Wiseman Man Sentenced to Two Years for Threats to BLM

A Wiseman resident was sentenced to two years in prison last week after an August guilty plea in relation to two counts of threatening to assault federal officers, the Department of Justice announced. Following his release from prison, 52-year-old Jay Rolf Armstrong was ordered to be subject to one year of supervised release and to […]