Who Done It
October 13th | Staff Report
Grier T. Sanders, 32, of Utqiaġvik, pleaded guilty to the class A misdemeanor charge of violating a domestic violence protective order and reached a plea agreement. Sanders was sentenced to 30 days in jail with all 30 days suspended. Sanders must pay a police training surcharge and an initial jail surcharge of $50. Sanders was placed on probation until Oct. 5, 2018, and must obey the protective order during that time, by order of Judicial Officer Angela M. Greene, effective Oct. 5.
On Oct. 3, Alaska State Troopers in Nome responded to a reported vehicle rollover with injuries at Mile 7 of the Council Highway at about 6:30 p.m. The car's two passengers were "seriously injured" and were medevaced to Anchorage for emergency treatment.
The driver was identified as Michael Hahn Jr., 32, of Nome. He was arrested the following morning at his residence and is now being charged with driving under the influence and two counts of assault in the second degree "as a result of a vehicle crash," according to troopers.