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Police investigate death of Fairbanks woman

...Betina L. Badie, 39, behind the Fairbanks Curling Club on Second Avenue shortly after 10 a.m. Sunday, said Sgt. Doug Whorton. The cause of death was not immediately known. Whorton told the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner the initial investigation...
Police officer's lawsuit resurfaces

...involved in a lawsuit against the city have filed new claims after other allegations were tossed out by a federal judge. Doug Whorton and Al Hutton launched their case in 2008 when they were employed at the Fairbanks Police Department. They say they...
Regional News
Man arrested after returning to stolen car Jackson had three bags of cocaine and was carrying several hundred dollars when police arrested him, said Sgt. Doug Whorton of the Fairbanks Police Department. Jackson already was wanted in Anchorage on a charge of third-degree misconduct...
Alaska Digest

...14-year-old girl when the accident took place about 7 p.m. Tuesday. According to court records, Fairbanks Police Lt. Doug Whorton was driving west on Hampstead Avenue in Fairbanks after attending a Neighborhood Watch meeting when the driver passed...
State Briefs

...door locked. He began yelling and woke his neighbors and wife. She let him in but the two began to argue, said Sgt. Doug Whorton. Collins' wife tried to call police from the apartment, but Collins took the telephone from her, a police report...
Fairbanks cops suing city, police chief

...Fairbanks police officers who think they were demoted unfairly are suing the city of Fairbanks and the police chief. Doug Whorton and Al Hutton allege said their loss of rank came in retaliation for complaining about the police department to the...
Fairbanks case moves to federal court

...the city of Fairbanks and its top two police officers was moved recently from state to federal court. Two officers, Doug Whorton and Al Hutton, filed the lawsuit last month. In it, they claim they were demoted after complaining of faulty equipment...


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