Former minister to serve more than 8 for ages

Fairbanks - Fairbanks A former priest in jail has more than eightage limit for sex with one teen girl who condemned his church.

Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reported the second degree toJustice Anthony Shawn numbers of children to sexual abuseEight One convicted in November last year, hearing war.

Justice met 33 years victims die when He was pastor at CorinthBaptist Church in 2007. He testified before the court know that,from next year you started sending text messages sexual.

The girl's father says, the priest was told of daughter BEunfortunately came to stay and church of the family die Zog. But,he says, he slipped in 2009 from the house and go home to diein righteousness, to have sex ....
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Man wins appeal of escape conviction

Alaska Airlines agent accused of theft
Fairbanks - Authorities accuse steal an Alaska Airlines ramp agent luggage at the airport in Fairbanks.
The Daily News-Miner reports Robert Norman Webb Jr., 37, was charged 26th July. The costs arising from a sting conducted by 22nd December from Fairbanks International Airport police and corporate security.
Officials planted two suitcases on a desirable bait with electronic flight from Fairbanks and ramp agents arrested three, after the bags were loaded. Authorities say Webb with an iPod from one of them was found, but police said he looked at the floor and picked it up for storage.
Police say a search of the home agent raised a knife matching the description of one reported missing from checked baggage.
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Robber who hit four banks sentenced to 13 years

Four bank robbers who hit 13-year sentence

State Attorney's office U. S. 's for Alaska, said 38-year-old HubbleDennis Dale Jr. was sentenced Monday.

Hubble, April 13 pleaded guilty to four bank robbery. The first raidin November last year, a subsidiary of Wells Fargo Bank. A weeklater he robbed another bank, and then followed that with an attack in January and March.

U. S. District Judge Timothy Burgess has discovered that Hubbleis a career criminal with 26 convictions on charges of robbery and assault. Hubble has recommended that the treatment is in prisonfor his help with the addition of methamphetamine.
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Police want help catching speedy motorcyclist, abusive shoplifter

The police first tried to stop the secret bike, blue and silver Yamaha killing 125 miles per hour on Glenn Highway. The second time, police identified the man in the wrong direction on Gambell Street to avoid arrest accelerated. (Police believe the bike was stolen.) 

And the thief? He knew JC Penney security guards with a backpack, if she steals his clothes tried to stop, police said.
APD asking for your help to catch both. Here are two advertisements from the police, starting with motorcycles. Find photos and descriptions of the thief, who was indicted in an unrelated case, after the jump: 
Seen someone riding a motorcycle like this, going way to fast? Police are looking for him.

Seeing someone with a bike like this so quickly? The police investigate themselves.
Subjects - Police are looking for motorcyclists reckless
Anchorage Police asked the public to assist in identifying the driver of the motorcycle, police pulled cruel 7-17-11. On 7-17-11 at 0825 hours Palmatier Anchorage Police Officer saw a blue and silver Yamaha YZF-R1 Glenn go on the road near the exit Birchwood transport passengers in the back seat and travel in more than 100 mph. OFC. Patzke devices on the scale and the emergency lighting in the hope brakes, the driver refused, but the driver accelerated to 125 mph, and continued input. The officers did not pursue the motorcycle because of the danger that the research is the motorcycle driver, passengers and others to be present on the road. The bike looks a few minutes later by the head of Karluk Burton Street and 5th Avenue when he wanted to stop, the driver avoid him in the wrong direction on Gambell Street. The bike is believed to be a stolen vehicle. The driver of a motorcycle is a white male adult wearing a silver helmet with a "Mohawk" in the midst of helmets and black leather jacket decorated. Passengers wearing a red helmet with a black leather jacket. Anyone who has information that can contribute to this investigation should contact the OFC. Palmatier at 786-8771. ....
And the alleged thief 
Courtesy of Anchorage Police Department.
Courtesy of Anchorage Police Department. 
Anchorage Police need your help to a man who Shoplifting Spree ended in a robbery and assault to be identified. Thursday, March 31, 2011, at 18:45 or so, are the people to see in the picture is more stealing clothes from JC Penney in downtown Anchorage. As a female security guard tried to take him into custody, the man turned a backpack with him, patting the floor, then pressed a second time when he tried to stand. Then he left the shopping center at Fifth Street garage. Suspicion seems to be an Asian in his 20s, approximately 5'8 "tall, weighs about 180 pounds He has short hair and black., Wearing horn-rimmed prescription glasses. If you have information about the identity of this person, please call Crime Stoppers at 561-STOP. You can also use a secure online tip site:

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Alarm companies targeted

Alaska Better Business Bureau is warning of a company sellingdoor to door alarm, Vivent Inc., Provo, Utah, which has recently exhibited in operation here.

The company has collected six government action for failure toobtain a license, using deceptive tactics of the sale, including fake products, and to recognize the failure of the cooling of the FederalTrade Commission has a three day break rules. Utah 1416harvest BBB complaints and given the rank of D. Vivent Inc.
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The Anchorage Daily News is a daily newspaper based in Anchorage, Alaska, in the United States. It is often referred to colloquially as either "the Daily News" or "the ADN". With a circulation of about 71,711 daily and 89,423 Sundays,[1] it is by far the most widely read newspaper in the state of Alaska.
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