Manokotak Suspect Jailed on Multiple Charges after Domestic Violence Incident in Village

Manokotak Suspect Jailed on Multiple Charges after Domestic Violence Incident in Village

  AST says that a Manokotak man is behind bars after a domestic assault reported by a third party last week. Troopers responded to the village after receiving a report from a person there that reported a domestic assault attack. When they responded and opened an investigation, they found that in addition to the DV […]

‘Alaskan Girl’ Skipper Sentenced for Clean Water Act Violation

‘Alaskan Girl’ Skipper Sentenced for Clean Water Act Violation

  The  U.S. Attorney’s office announced sentencing of a Bellingham skipper on Wednesday to Clean Water Act violations for unlawfully dumping a pollutant into Sumner Strait in southeast Alaska on June 15th, 2017 while enroute to Petersburg from Wrangell. According to court documents, 32-year-old Brannon Finney was fined $8,000, must pay a community service payment […]

Master Outfitter’s License Revoked for Lifetime for Gross GMU22 Violations

Master Outfitter’s License Revoked for Lifetime for Gross GMU22 Violations

[dropcap]A[/dropcap] 57-year-old Fairbanks Master Guide had his guiding license revoked for the rest of his life in the Nome District Court last Thursday after a plea agreement with the Office of Special Prosecutions, it was reported by Alaska State Troopers on Monday. At sentencing, Master Guide Brian Simpson had his guiding privileges revoked for his lifetime, […]