POLICE BRIEFS - 11/15/12
Anchorage pair fail to steal Walmart TV
Anchorage police said they arrested Talia Ayunerak, 19, and Gaythel Graves, 21, both of Anchorage on Nov. 5 after they tried to steal a $680 flat screen television from the Eagle River Walmart. Both were arrested on outstanding warrants as well. They were taken to Anchorage Jail, Graves on $2,500 bail and Ayunerak on $4,000 bail.
Elementary student arrested
Anchorage police said they arrested a juvenile male for assault after he attacked a schoolmate at Homestead Elementary after school hours on Nov. 2. The boy was released to his parents with a directive to contact McLaughlin Youth Center.
Anchorage man cited for church trespass
Anchorage police said they cited and released Roger Branson, 52, of Anchorage for trespass after he refused to leave Peter’s Creek Christian Center. Branson had previously received a trespass warning from church officials, police said.
Domestic violence reports
Anchorage police said they arrested a 26-year-old Eagle River man on Nov. 1 for assault on a household member. The man was taken to Anchorage Jail on $300 bail.
In an unrelated incident, police also said they arrested a 22-year-old Eagle River woman for assault and family violence after she struck a household member during a disturbance.
Anchorage police said they arrested Carol Clark, 56, of Eagle River for driving under the influence after APD received a reckless driver report at 7:10 p.m. on Nov. 3. Clark, arrested in the area of Eagle River Road, blew more than four times the legal limit on a breath test, police said.
Charges are merely accusations; defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty at trial or until a plea of guilty is accepted by the courts.