Six Kodiak residents are facing multiple felonies relating to burglary, theft and tampering with physical evidence, according to court documents. The charges are related to the illegal entry of a home sometime between Jan. 30 and Feb. 6 with the intention of committing burglary.
Christopher Dick, 27, is charged with a felony burglary in the first degree, theft in the second degree and tampering with physical evidence.
Shauna McCarthy, 27, and David Gunn, 30, are charged with burglary in the first degree and theft in the second degree, both felonies.
McCarthy is also facing charges of possession of a weapon and having a prior conviction, for a January incident in which a man was shot in her home. She has multiple past convictions for theft, criminal mischief and several minor offenses.
Joshua Adkins, 39, is charged with felony theft in the second degree. He has a prior conviction from 2015 of felony assault.
Christopher Peters, 34, is charged tampering with physical evidence, theft in the second degree and burglary in the first degree, all felonies.
Illa Macinko, 24, is charged with felony tampering with physical evidence.
Dick, Peters, Gunn and McCarthy allegedly illegally entered a home with the intention of committing burglary between Jan. 30 and Feb. 6. Adkins, along with the other four suspects, allegedly stole property or services of $750 or more.
The documents state that Peters and Macinko destroyed or removed physical evidence when they allegedly “‘cleaned up’” Peters’ Facebook page while he was in custody. In addition, Dick allegedly tampered with evidence by concealing two tubes of silver coins in a conex box located behind the Kodiak Island Brewing Company, according to court documents.
Tampering with evidence and theft are class C felonies. Under Alaska law, class C felonies can result in a prison term of up to five years and a fine of up to $50,000. The burglary charges are class B felonies, which could result in up to 10 years’ imprisonment and a fine of up to $100,000.