Police Report – Feb. 15

Homer Volunteer Fire Department responded to 12 emergency medical calls and two fire calls for the week of Feb. 6 – 12.
On Feb. 7 Crews responded to a CO alarm activation at a residence Bay View Avenue. Also, crews responded to a report of smoke in an apartment on Fairview Avenue. No fire or smoke was found in the residence.
A caller reported snow machines riding and jumping under power lines on Skyline Drive.
A person reported losing a wallet with miscellaneous cards.
A caller reported a man walking down the middle of the road on Main Street and the Sterling Bypass.
A caller reported being threatened by a friend on the Spit Road.
A 911 caller reported a domestic assault on Svedlund Street.
A caller reported a snow machine with no headlights riding within city limits on Triton Court.
A caller reported possible people in kayaks stuck in the ice flow.
A caller reported a multi vehicle accident with injury on Sterling Highway and Crittenden.
A woman reported her vehicle hit by an unknown vehicle at the Salvation Army parking lot on Pioneer Avenue.
A caller reported a man attempting to steal a jacket from a local store on Pioneer Avenue.
A person reported his boat trailer stolen from the Homer Spit in late November on Freight Dock Road.
A caller reported a man attempting to run him and his wife over in the parking lot.
A caller reported a woman pushing a bike who looks like she had been injured.
A man reported fraudulent use of a credit card on Beluga Circle.
A caller reported inappropriate comments made to a young women.
A man reported he found his dog deceased on Svedlund Street.
A caller reported backed up culverts on Ben Walters Lane.
A man reported a strong smell of Marijuana at a local hotel on Sterling Highway.
A caller reported a man lying on the sidewalk on the Bypass and Ohlson Lane.
A caller reported a dead moose in a driveway on Kachemak Drive.
A man came to the police station to report fraudulent use of his credit card.

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