BUTTE POLICE REPORTS
The Butte-Silver Bow Police reports for Tuesday included:
♦ Libby Nicholes, 31, of Anaconda was arrested Monday about 4:40 p.m. after police allege she pulled another woman’s hair during a dispute in the 800 block of S. Dakota Street in Butte. She faces possible misdemeanor charges of simple assault and disorderly conduct.
♦ Police received a report of a man spraying mace in the face of another man in the 700 block of Galena Street about 3:30 p.m. Tuesday. No medical attention of necessary and police were still investigating the situation that afternoon.
ANACONDA POLICE REPORTS
♦ Brian McCarthy, 53, of Butte, was arrested July 5 in Opportunity and charged with misdemeanors drunken driving and violating a temporary restraining order. He pleaded not guilty in Anaconda justice court and is released on $2,000 bond. A trial is scheduled for 10 a.m. Nov. 8.
♦ An employee with east Town Pump reported July 6 that someone stole $27.43 in gasoline.
♦ Brian Sullivan, 44, of Anaconda, was cited July 7 with misdemeanors assault and resisting arrest after allegedly fighting outside the Anaconda Bar. He is released on recognizance and must make an initial appearance in justice court by July 20.
♦ Terrance Reynolds, 19, of Anaconda, was arrested July 7 and charged with misdemeanor privacy in communications for sending threatening text messages. He pleaded guilty in justice court, and was sentenced to six months in jail with all time suspended and a $585 fine.
♦ Trevon Adam, 22, of Butte, was arrested July 8 at the Warm Springs Campground west of Anaconda and charged with two counts of misdemeanor assault. Adam is also charged with one count of partner or family member assault. He pleaded not guilty in Anaconda justice court and a trial is scheduled for 10 a.m. Nov. 8. Bond is $6,000.
JUDGE DEBRA WILLIAMS’ COURT
♦ Joseph Reed, 49, of 5100 S. Warren, pleaded guilty April 6 to driving under the influence and was fined $495.
JUDGE DAN SWEENEY’S COURT
The following people recently pleaded guilty to a theft offense:
♦ Jeffrey Fahnestock, 44, of 1912 “C” St., two separate counts, sparks from Town Pump and a camera, 20 days in jail, $85 surcharge fine, and 30 days in jail and an $85 surcharge fine.
♦ Marvin Rubusch, 35, of 1837 Yale, two separate counts, electrical wire from Ace Hardware and a sprayer from Triple S, 20 days in jail for each offense.
♦ Zach Kunz, 24, of 3040 Dexter, taking $20 from the register at Car Quest, four days in jail and $20 in restitution.
♦ Travis Martin 21, of 933 Sutter, grocery items from Albertson’s, $250 fine.
♦ Leroy Hopke, 29, of 2517 Pine, two separate counts, beer and Pringles from Town Pump, $2,000 fine.
♦ Todd Johnson, 41, of 420 S. Dakota, two separate counts, video game from Hastings and video games from Bruce and Bob’s, $1,000 fine.
♦ Nathan Slizeski, 19, homeless, items from Wal-Mart, 30-day suspended sentence.
♦ Travis Price, 30, of 1243 Second St., a check belonging to another, five-day jail sentence
♦ Donald Corn, 27, of 1170 Evans, property belonging to another, $100 fine
♦ Christian Dumaine, 22, of 715-1/2 W. Galena, grocery items from Albertson’s, $250 fine.
♦ Shawn Morrison, 24, of 926 S. Arizona, KY jelly from Albertson’s, $700 fine
♦ Jayne Voelkel, 49, of 501 W. Granite, two separate counts, clothes from Goodwill, 30-day suspended jail sentence, and beer from Town Pump, $500 fine
♦ Lorisa Podgorski, 23, of 1204 Silver Bow Homes, items from Wal-Mart, five-day suspended jail sentence
♦ Angel Benoit, 33, no address listed, second offense, items from Wal-Mart, $1,095 fine.
♦ Jeanette Zagrainis, 49, of 1704 Lowell, two separate counts, clothes from Goodwill, 6-month suspended jail sentence, and beer from Town Pump, $185 fine.
♦ Dylan Rude, 21, of 62 W. Broadway, toothbrush, deodorant and water from Albertson’s, three-day jail sentence
♦ Jason Beeman, 21, of Carlsbad, N.M., beer from Albertson’s, $310 and three-day jail sentence.
♦ Megan Rogers, 22, of Trinity Loop, items from Wal-Mart, $500 fine.
♦ Christine Graves, 31, of 606 Silver Bow Homes, items from Wal-Mart, $200 fine.
♦ William Gelling, 41, of 2517 Walnut, items from Safeway, $585 fine.
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE
♦ Alex Garcia, 25, of 619 W. Copper, $685 fine
♦ Glenn Kincaid, 37, of 912 W. Diamond, $685 fine
CRIMINAL POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA
♦ Nathan Slizeski, 19, homeless, glass pipe, $500 fine.
PARTNER OR FAMILY MEMBER ASSAULT
♦ Timothy Patacini, 32, of 2606 Phillips, hitting his female partner, $300 fine. Also pleaded guilty to tampering with a communication device and was fined an additional $100.
♦ Dennis Chelini, 21, of 1829 Banks, charged with causing bodily injury to a family member.
♦ Robert Green, 40, of 146 E. Daly, caused bodily injury to a partner or family member, $300 fine.
♦ Christopher Kowitz, 34, of 2845 Elm, shoved a female individual, $185 fine.
♦ Sandra Hyer, 48, of 3320-1/2 Busch, used threatening language, $185 fine.
♦ Whitney Shaw, 22, of Belgrade, challenging others to fight, $185 fine.
♦ Stasha Shaw, 26, of Cardwell, abusive language, $185 fine.
n John Van Meel, 48, of 931 Utah, shouting and throwing food, $185 fine.
♦ Jonathan Williams, 31, of 1031 Missoula, challenging others to fight, three days in jail
♦ Todd Cosper, 38, of Los Angeles, Calif., using profane language and striking and hitting the inside area of a Butte-Silver Bow law enforcement vehicle, $185 fine.
♦ Alonzo Other Bull, 20, of 936 Nevada, challenging others to fight and using abusive language, $180. Also fined $400 for two minor in possession offenses.
♦ Austin Brisbo, 37, of 720 W. Granite, banging on a door and yelling, $185 fine.
♦ Christopher Webster, 48, homeless, quarreling with others, $185
MINORS IN POSSESSION
♦ Deovia McGovern, 19, of 5100 S. Warren, $285 fine
♦ Brittany Phillips, 19, of 1118 California, $285 fine
♦ Mikala Putra, 17, of 3400 Hill, $200 fine, 20 hours community service
♦ Zach Johnson, 16, of 3111 Paxson, $200 fine, 20 hours community service
♦ Kasey Fouts, 20, of 1923 S. Idaho, $200 fine, 20 hours community service
♦ Shenea Black, 16, of 3317 Busch, $200 fine, 20 hours community service
♦ Sixty-year people recently pleaded guilty to driving without liability insurance. The fines totaled $23,130.
♦ Thirty-four people recently pleaded guilty to driving with a suspended driver’s license. The fines totaled $18,020.
♦ Eight people pleaded guilty to driving without a valid driver’s license. The fines totaled $1,880.