The Daily Dispatch 4-5-19

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FAIRBANKS, Alaska AP

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) - Alaska State Troopers say human remains have been found at a remote spot in Big Lake. Troopers say positive identification of the remains was not possible because of their exposure to the elements. Troopers responded to the scene Wednesday night.

AST

Location: Healy
Type: MICS 5th Degree
Dispatch Text:
On 4/3/19, Alaska State Troopers with the Parks Hwy Team conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle for speeding near Healy Alaska. Investigation revealed the driver: CRAIG SCHILL-ZONTS, age 19 of North Pole, illegally possessed marijuana being under 21 years of age. SCHILL-ZONTS was issued a mandatory court appearance misdemeanor citation and released with a promise to appear on charges of MICS 5th Degree. Further investigation by Troopers revealed the marijuana SCHILL-ZONTS possessed was purchased by a person over 21 years of age at a licensed marijuana dispensary, then later distributed to SCHILL-ZONTS and another individual under 21 years of age. Charges will be forwarded against the other person/s identified and involved in the illegal re-distribution of marijuana to persons under 21 years of age.
AST would like to remind Alaskans, it is illegal to purchase marijuana with the intent to re-distribute it to persons under the age of twenty-one (21), doing so could result in misdemeanor or felony level charges depending of the age of those involved and the amount distributed.

Location: Fairbanks
Type: False Report
Dispatch Text:
On April 4, 2019 at approximately 0300 hours, The Alaska State Troopers Dispatch in Fairbanks received a report from the La'Quinta Inn and suites of a woman passed out inside the hotel and wants her removed. Investigation revealed the woman was false identifying herself to the Alaska State Troopers. The woman was identified as Cathy Slats, age 26 of Fairbanks. Cathy Slats was arrested on one count false report to a peace officer and remanded at the Fairbanks Correctional Center on no bail.

Location: Juneau
Type: Boating Under the Influence, Fail to Provide Factual Information On Shrimp Permit
Dispatch Text:
On 4/3/19, at approximately 2030 hours, Alaska Wildlife Troopers, Juneau Post, contacted Robert Bornemann, age 58 of Juneau, at the Amalga Harbor launch ramp after he had just returned from personal use shrimping. Investigation revealed that Bornemann was operating his boat under the influence of alcohol. Further investigation revealed that Bornemann had falsified the location from which he had harvested shrimp. Bornemann was placed under arrest for boating under the influence (BUI), and issued a $220.00 citation for failing to provide factual information on his shrimp permit. Bornemann has a mandatory court appearance in the District Court at Juneau.