Crime and Safety

The case against Robert J. May, 40, has been transferred to Anchorage.

Lauren Rosenthal / KUCB

A van full of Atka Pride Seafoods employees were in a serious accident Tuesday night in the Western Aleutian village. 

KDLG: A drug dealing charge against 27-year-old Alexandra Angasan has been dismissed by the state’s prosecutor. 

Dillingham Police say they built a solid case based on Angasan allegedly selling a dose of heroin to a police confidential informant back in January. Angasan now lives in Wasilla, and Dillingham Police believe she has trafficked narcotics back into the region on more than one occasion.

KDLG: Early Friday morning, the Bristol Bay Borough Police Department responded to a report of a shooting on a vessel at the Leader Creek boatyard in Naknek.

Randolph Galeshoff, 25, from Anchorage was wounded, but not killed, by what police called a self-inflicted gunshot to the head. Police believe alcohol was a factor, but did not release further details on whether the shooting was intentional or an accident.  

Galeshoff was medevaced to Anchorage, where he was reported to be in "critical" condition Friday afternoon at the Alaska Native Medical Center in Anchorage.

KDLG: A Dillingham man caught selling heroin to police through two separate controlled buys pleaded guilty Friday. 27-year-old Adrian Mark has been in custody since his arrest last June.

The prosecutor agreed to consolidate the two charges into one count of attempted second degree misconduct involving a controlled substance in exchange for the guilty plea.

KDLG: Alaska state troopers say they were called for a possible Search and Rescue early Wednesday morning on Lake Aleknagik. Two intoxicated men had gone into the lake and could not be located, according to a report called in to authorities.

While AST was enroute from Dillingham, the younger of the two, an unnamed 15-year-old, was found unharmed. Troopers said he will be charged with underage drinking.

Alaska Wildlife Troopers have a pressed a case against a man they say actually lives in Seattle, Washington, and not Egegik, Alaska.

A concerned spouse in Hawaii triggered a look for her husband’s vessel on Tuesday.

Aleknagik man injured in four-wheeler crash with moose

May 31, 2016

Update, Wednesday, 10 a.m: Kermit Ramey is in "good condition" at the Alaska Native Medical Center in Anchorage. 

Robert J. May, a pilot and air traffic controller at the King Salmon tower, is accused of 10 counts of sexual abuse of a minor, including for incidents alleged to have occurred mid-flight.

Based on plea deal, Michael Poulsen, 23, will serve a flat one year sentence for fourth degree assault.

KDLG: An arrest warrant has been issued for Keith Duey Andrew, 26, of Levelock, who is charged with second and third degree sexual abuse of a minor.

In a sworn affidavit filed in the Naknek court, state troopers described an investigation that began in February. A woman reported to troopers in King Salmon that Andrew had had sexual intercourse with her 13-year-old daughter.

Andrew Suskuk, Jr., 34, booked on first degree sexual assault charge after alleged rape of passed out woman in Dillingham late Saturday.

KDLG

  An Aleknagik man is being charged with drunk driving after a single-vehicle crash that totaled a car at the Airport Y in Dillingham.

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