Grand jury returns indictments

    Juneau, Alaska (KINY) A Juneau grand jury returned indictments on cases that involved alleged criminal mischief, sexual abuse and robbery this week.

    Roland Maw, 74, was on multiple counts of second degree theft and unsworn falsification in the first degree.  Maw was once nominated to serve on the Alaska Board of Fisheries by Governor Walker.

    He's accused of taking Alaska PFDs for over $7,200 hundred while living in Montana between 2008- and 2014.

    Sally Brown, 33, was indicted on two counts of misconduct involving a controlled substance.  Juneau police said  she tried tosmuggle in 82 grams of heroin and 276 grams of methamphetamine worth $68,000 at the Juneau airport on April 5th.

    Monte Nix, 25,  was indicted on multiple counts of criminal mischief.  He allegedly busted out windows at six businesses and the Marine parking garage on April 1st after an argument with a female.

    Amoni Boaz, 29,  was indicted on charges of sexual abuse of a minor and seven counts of possession of indecent photographs. He's alleged to have molested a 15 year old victim and possessed inappropraite photos of the minor.  Boaz was awaiting sentence on a DUI charge and was on release for a alleged car crash in a parking lot where he drove at high speeds at a family walking in the lot.

    Mark Brown, 52,  was indicted on second degree robbery charges.  He allegedly stole a cell phone and threw to the ground a male
    victim near the Glory Hole shelter.

    Also in the courts, Robert Fetter, 44,  was sentenced to four years in prison for third degree assault.  He'll also serve five years of probation.

     

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