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According to our research of Alaska and other state lists there were 942 registered sex offenders living in Anchorage as of March 22, 2017.
Some persons listed might no longer be registered sex offenders and others might have been added.The lawyer who handled Elstad's case on the federal charges was former U. They are assessed at a total of about $320,000, according to municipal tax records.The Anchorage Police Department, which spearheaded the investigations, stands to gain 80 percent of the proceeds.The IRS will claim the remaining funds."I just hope somebody buys it and does something nice with it or tears it down," said Janice Lawson, administrator for Northern Lights Preschool and Kindergarten, which is next door to the property that was Miss Susies."The kids couldn't see what I could see over the fence.In 1987, police raided The Chateau and seized a Rolodex that contained the names of 4,752 customers and their sexual preferences, according to a February 2004 affidavit filed in U. In May 2005, Elstad pleaded guilty to failing to file for taxes and agreed to pay a $25,000 fine.
She donated The Chateau -- with its mirrored walls, stone fireplace and Jacuzzi room -- to the Corporation of the Catholic Archbishop of Anchorage after the investigation began but before federal authorities could file charges, Smith said.
On a recent afternoon, a school bus pulled up to the nearby curb and unloaded children.
Moon's House, similar in structure with big front windows, is across the street.
They stand empty now, taken over by federal authorities.
Blinds shut, strings of Christmas lights turned off and business signs sun bleached, they have, for all intents and purposes, already been stripped of their pasts."Everybody in Anchorage knew what they were," said Anchorage Police Department deputy chief Audie Holloway, sitting in his office at Anchorage police headquarters recently with stacks and binders of files in front of him on the cases made. And we just accepted it in our culture, or it looked like we accepted it, but that wasn't the case at all."Mun Sun Pak, 57, owned all three houses until June when she pleaded guilty to tax charges after an Internal Revenue Service investigation.
The reputation of the properties grew at police headquarters over the years.