Man indicted for alleged sexual abuse

    Juneau, Alaska (KINY) Authorities said a then 10 year old child was molested in 2012.

    Timothy Flood, 26, was indicted on three counts of sexual abuse of a minor by a grand jury this week.

    Other indictments were returned in cases that involved an assault with scissors, a burglary of a local coffee shop, and a car chase last year.

    Angelo Lerma, 23, was indicted on a charge of failure to stop for a law enforcement officer.  He allegedly led Alaska State Troopers on a chase through Juneau onto Douglas Island last December 5th.

    Joseph Yaletchko, 47, was indicted on charges he burglarized the Grind Coffee Shop on South Franklin Street on May 6.  He was indicted on one count of second degree burglary and one count of theft in the second degree.  Charging documents claim the suspect stole an Ipad and other items and placed them in seven garbage bags.  Police officers said they located the suspect nearby and found he was wearing a brand new sweat shirt that read Grind Coffee Shop.

    Two men were indicted on charges they threatened workers at the Juneau motel with scissors.  Fenton Jacobs, 38, and Leroy Jacobs, 40, both face a charge of assault in the third degree.

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