Troopers make arrests
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Paulette Stone, 21 of Hooper Bay, was arrested by troopers for an incident on Jan. 5. Troopers report that Stone was intoxicated and assaulted a juvenile household member, punched the juvenile multiple time on the face and head, struck the juvenile with a medium sized kitchen pot and chocked the juvenile.
Alaska State Troopers arrested Cameron Phillips, 19 of Chuathbaluk, on Jan. 7 on Unlawful Contact, Criminal Mischief, Criminal Trespass and Minor Consuming Alcohol charges. According to a trooper report, in the early hours of Jan. 6 in Chuathbaluk, Phillips violated his probation by contacting two of his victims from a previous charge. He remained unlawfully in their residence, attempted to damage property and consumed alcohol.
Mason Gilila, 29 of Bethel, was arrested for violations in Aniak on Jan. 8. According to the trooper report, Gilila stole a four-wheeler, ran over a boy’s leg, was found under the influence of alcohol while driving, drove while is license was revoked and refused a chemical test. Additionally during the course of the investigation he attempted to assault a state trooper and later struck a trooper with a jail cell door while in custody.
Gregory Nickolas, 33 of Lower Kalskag, was arrested Jan. 11 after assaulting a family member with a dangerous instrument, physically assaulted a family member, endangered another and made harassing phone calls. Trooper investigation revealed that Nickolas had two prior assault convictions (making a third a felony) and an outstanding arrest warrant for failure to appear for arraignment on an earlier charge. Troopers report that alcohol was involved. After being located, Nickolas gave a false name to troopers. He was arrested on multiple charges.
Aniak troopers arrested Kyle Myers, 26 of Marshall, on assault, misconduct involving weapons and criminal mischief charges on Jan. 19. Troopers were called to Marshall on a complaint that an intoxicated Myers had a shotgun and threatened to shoot his father, and that at least three shots had been fired. Trooper investigation found that Myers shot a .308 caliber rifle at least five times next to Marshall residences, threatened to kill several people and broke out a window in a residence.