Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - Two Juneau residents charged with assault recently had their cases resolved in Superior Court.
Christopher Davidson, 43-years-old, was sentenced 18 months in prison for third degree assault, the state also dropped assault in the 2nd degree and assault in the fourth degree charges. He was one of several inmates charged after a riot at the Lemon Creek Correctional facility in October of 2015. Authorities said close to $6,900 worth of damage was done.
Betsy Davey, 32-years-old, was sentenced to two years in prison and five years probation for second degree assault. Part of the sentence, two and a half years, was suspended.
She allegedly stabbed a man with a steak knife on February 1, 2016. Davey told JPD officer Ben Beck said she stabbed the victim after he accused her of cheating on him and threatened to harm her.