An unspecified number of Alaskans got emails Tuesday warning them to “vote for Trump or else,” in an incident that’s drawn the attention of the FBI and state Division of Elections.
All of those infected were housed in the general population, the department said. Inmates are still being tested, with results expected by Monday.
It’s been more than six months since Alaska’s courts suspended jury trials, creating a backlog of cases and leaving some Alaskans waiting in limbo for their day in court.
Right now, according to NPD’s Evidence Custodian Paul Kosto, the state lab is taking about a year to process kits.
Alaska Supreme Court Chief Justice Joel Bolger issued an order Thursday allowing jury trials for misdemeanors or lesser crimes to resume in November, with special conditions.
This is the first break-in at the Dillingham marijuana store. Stolen items include marijuana gummies and soda as well as glass, rubber and gasmask bongs.
The complaint does not say whether the State of Alaska was defrauded, but according to SAExploration’s most-recent annual report, Alaskan Seismic Ventures collected millions of dollars in tax credits.
Police didn’t list the driver as a suspect but said the driver “may recall observations or information which could assist the investigation.”
“If Steve Branch wasn’t a suspect, why the hell not?”
Artist and activist Amber Webb got into advocacy work after “just kind of realizing how little was being done — it’s the kind of problem where you try to do anything you can when you realize how grave the situation is.”