907 Updates September 20, 2017

By Staff Reporter: Alaska man arraigned for sexual abuse of 2-year-old, says he does not want bail
By Mike Ross: Defending against burglars; what does AK law allow?
By Associated Press: California man sentenced for illegally killing Alaska bears
He was fined $30,000 with $20,000 suspended.

He was ordered to pay restitution of $3,000 for the three animals.

He was sentenced to 30 days in jail with 30 days suspended. Fales will be on probation for one year and will lose his hunting privileges for five years.
By Sidney Sullivan: 2YH: Universal vaccination “wipes out” hepatitis B in Alaska’s youth, says study
By Daniella Rivera: Glow sticks, water bottle thrown at principal at school dance: witnesses
They say when the behavior didn’t stop, the principal gave students a warning, which students responded to by throwing their glow sticks at her, and even a water bottle before she ended the dance early.
By Chris Klint: APD detective sheds new light on teen’s murder
By Chris Klint: APD detective sheds new light on teen’s murder
Anchorage District Attorney Clint Campion said Tuesday that it wasn’t clear whether Salazar or Taha fired the shot that killed Lawrence. Both were charged with first-degree murder, however, under state law allowing collective culpability for killings committed jointly by “principals and accomplices.”

“They basically both acted with intent, but because they acted together we don’t have to prove who fired,” Campion said.