FAIRBANKS, Alaska (AP) — A Fairbanks woman who oversees the village public safety officer program for the Tanana Chiefs Conference has been charged with felony criminal mischief.
The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reports 41-year-old Jody Juneby-Potts is accused of using her pickup July 4 to push a sedan parked at Tanana Lakes Recreation Area, causing nearly $3,000 damage.
Prosecutors say she backed into a sedan, pushed it 10 feet (3 meters), then moved it a second time. She’s also charged with leaving the scene of an accident, a misdemeanor.
Juneby-Potts told Alaska State Troopers that the car had blocked her in and she could not leave. Investigators determined the car was moved 33 feet (10 meters).
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Juneby-Potts became the VPSO coordinator in 2013.
Her attorney did not immediately respond to a message requesting comment Thursday.
Information from: Fairbanks (Alaska) Daily News-Miner, http://www.newsminer.com