Brevig Mission man arrested after shots fired into village building

Posted: Friday, November 02, 2001

ANCHORAGE (AP) -- A Brevig Mission man was arrested after he fired a shotgun into a village building, Alaska State Troopers said.

Kenny Henry, 18, endangered children playing in a nearby school gym when he fired at least one shot into the building Tuesday night, troopers said. Troopers said Henry appeared to be intoxicated during the incident.

Officers found a bullet hole in one house, which was occupied during the shooting.

Henry was charged with third-degree assault, a weapons violation, and reckless endangerment. Alfred Kakoona, 23, was charged with furnishing alcohol to a minor, importation of alcohol into the dry village, driving while intoxicated, vehicle theft, and fourth-degree assault. Robert Kakoona, 22, was charged with importation of alcohol and a probation violation.

The three men were arraigned in Nome Wednesday.

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