A 38-year-old Juneau woman was arrested over the weekend after allegedly stabbing a man at a Mendenhall Valley apartment complex.
Shortly after 6 a.m. Saturday, Juneau police responded to a report of a bleeding man near the Chinook Apartments on Cinema Drive. The man told police he’d been stabbed by Lorraine Paul.
Officers obtained a search warrant for the apartment where the attack allegedly occurred, and took Paul into custody. She’s charged with 2nd degree domestic violence assault, and is being held at Lemon Creek Correctional Center on no bail.
The unnamed victim, a 37-year-old man, was treated at Bartlett Regional Hospital for non-life threatening cuts to his head.
- AFN got its start in 1966. It focused on land claims for many years. Today, it also works in areas such subsistence, health, education, jobs and governance.
- The legislature that voters send to Juneau in January will be very different than the one that left in July.
- Wielechowski has been in the news this year for filing a lawsuit to keep Permanent Fund dividends whole.
- The Anchorage race between Republican Cathy Giessel and independent Vince Beltrami could help determine the balance of power in the state Senate, and how Alaska takes on its fiscal crisis.