Location: Big Lake
Case Number: 10-111330
Type: Robbery I/Assault in the Third Degree/Theft II
Text: On 11-25-10 at 1840 hours Troopers received a report of an armed robbery that had just occurred on a road near Big Lake. A 21 year old female reported she had stopped to help a stranded motorist. The female was confronted by the motorist, who had a handgun and demanded her money. The male then fled in his vehicle. Investigators later identified the suspect as 25 year old Phillip Moore of Wasilla. Moore was remanded at Matsu Pretrial on charges of Robbery in the First Degree, Assault in the Third Degree and Theft in the Second Degree. His bail was set at $20,000 and court approved third party. Received Friday, November 26, 2010 2:26 PM and posted Friday, November 26, 2010 2:20 PM.
As of November 27th, Moore is still in jail. Listed as Phillip E. Moore II, with a date of birth of June 29th, 1984 in the Alaska Court System database, the details of this case are available HERE.
But this barely begins to scratch the surface. Another section of the database shows 36 additional entries on Phillip E. Moore II dating back to 1997. Most of them are for traffic violations, most notably speeding. However, there are some serious felonies indicated:
-- Case No. 3PA-05-00134CR, January 14th 2005: Two counts Misdemeanor Assault 4 - Recklessly Injure, three counts Misdemeanor Assault 4 - Cause Fear Of Injury, one count Misdemeanor Interference w/ Report of DV Crime, one count Misdemeanor Reckless Endangerment, two counts Misdemeanor Criminal Mischief 4 - Property Damage $50-$499, and one count Driving Without Valid Operator's License.
-- Case No. 3PA-05-01093CR, May 8th 2005: Three counts Felony Forgery 2 - Legal Documents, three counts Misdemeanor Theft 3 - Value $50-$499.
-- Case No. 3PA-08-00047CR, January 8th 2008: Two counts Misdemeanor Theft 2 - Value $500-$24,999.
-- Case No. 3PA-07-00525CI, October 1st 2007: Amanda Evans sought DV ExParte Restraining Order against Phillip Moore.
Phillip Moore is definitely a career criminal. The huge number of traffic violations compiled before his first violent crime should have tipped someone off that Moore was a person who merely thought the law was just an unnecessary obstruction to be disregarded at his discretion. Now he's graduated to armed robbery.
He needs to do some serious time; ten years at minimum.