Police Report – Feb. 22

Kachemak Emergency Services responded to four fire calls and four medical emergency calls during the week of Feb. 13-19.  Three of the fire calls were chimney stack fires and the fire department would like to remind everyone to clean their chimneys on a regular basis. 
Homer Volunteer Fire Department responded to 12 emergency medical calls and one fire call for the week of Feb. 13-19.
On Feb. 20. at midnight, Homer Fire crews responded to a car fire on Pennock St. Two HPD officers were on the scene first and knocked down some of the fire. Crews found a Ford Explorer in the road that had heavy smoke and fire coming from the engine compartment. Crews extinguished the fire and overhauled the vehicle. Fire was confined to the engine compartment with smoke damage to passenger compartment.
A caller reported approximately 25 juveniles appear to be fighting. Caller also reported several vehicles leaving the scene on FAA Road.
A man came to the police station to speak to an officer regarding emancipation laws.

A caller reported a friend of her house sitter may have stolen cash from her son’s piggy bank.
A caller reported lost binoculars in the area of the Homer Spit.
An agency reported a woman forging prescriptions.
A caller reported her cell phone that was stolen a month ago had an attempted reactivation at a local carrier store.
A man reported possible violation of conditional release.

A caller reported threatening text messages on West Fairview.
A caller reported two stolen firearms from his fishing boat on Spit Road and Freight Dock Road.

A woman called 911 multiple times about her neighbor plowing shut her trail with snow on Nelson.
A 911 caller reported a disabled moose in the roadway.

A caller reported a dog harassing a moose on Svedlund.
A caller reported an eagle with possible broken wing on Bishop’s Beach.

A caller reported a suspicious man walking along the roadway with a knife on Heath Street and Pioneer Avenue.

SPH reported child abuse on a patient on 4300 Bartlett Street.
An unknown caller reported a moose kneeling on the roadway on Sterling Highway mile 170.

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