Kachemak Emergency Services responded to two fire calls and two emergency medical calls during the week of March 19 – 25
Homer Volunteer Fire Department
3/18 – 3/25
Homer volunteer fire department responded to 13 EMS calls and one fire call.
Crews responded to a residence on Mountain View Drive for a CO alarm. The residence was ventilated and owners advised to not allow vehicles to run in garage.
A 911 caller reported a woman cutting her wrist on Ben Walters Lane.
A person reported possible methamphetamine use with a child present.
A woman was reported pushing her bicycle in the roadway on Lake St. and the Bypass.
A caller requested information about a serial number on a gun.
A caller reported a moose trapped in a small enclosed fence on Kachemak Drive.
A caller reported a vehicle stolen then later discovered the vehicle was towed by the landlord on Fairview Ave.
A 59-year-old male reported an unauthorized charge to his bank account.
An officer contacted three females and one male, all 18, on campground road and founds a small amount of marijuana in the vehicle.
A 58-year-male reports a moose was shot on Ternview Place after being attacked by three dogs. Moose was given to charity.
A caller reports a moose eating bark off of trees on Pioneer Avenue.
A caller requests to have a woman arrested for being around her kids.
A 911 caller reports a young eagle on beach not able to fly. Bird rescue was notified.
Troopers report a yearling moose was shot and given to charity.
A possible single vehicle rollover occurred at East End Road and McLay with possible injuries.
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