Homer Volunteer Fire Department responded to four emergency medical calls and no fire calls the week of April 9-15.
A 911 caller reported a new silver pickup truck crossed over into the oncoming lane and nearly him on East End Road. Officers were unable to locate the truck.
A caller reported an older grey-haired lady crossed the road at Lake Street and Sterling Bypass and is just standing on the corner.
A caller reported finding a hypodermic needle lying near the roadway. An officer retrieved and disposed of it properly.
A Haven House advocate brought in a female to get an emergency protective order.
A caller reported a possible intoxicated man riding a bike. An officer contacted the man and all was fine.
A caller reported he loaned his vehicle to a friend, who then gave it to someone else. The caller reported his vehicle as stolen.
A caller reported his neighbor’s dogs were fighting. A second call came in to say the dogs were taken inside by the owner.
A caller walking on the Homer Spit Trail reported hearing three shots fired coming from Kachemak Drive. The caller saw ducks flying overhead and believed someone may be shooting them.
A caller reported an elderly male walked away from an assisted living home and can’t be located. Later the man was found.
A wallet was found and turned in to police.
A 911 caller reported his grandmother was expected home and is overdue. The caller called back and said his grandmother was located.
A caller on Mattox reported he saw two vehicles in front of his home and one man took a rifle to place in other vehicle.
An officer came across a dead eaglet in the roadway. Wildlife biologists were notified.
A caller told police a man was at a business smelling of alcohol. An officer arrested the man for drunk driving and took him to jail.
A caller reported theft from her vehicle on Mountain View Drive.
A business owner reported a burglary at the business on Main Street.
A man came to police to report he was being followed.
A woman reported her adult grandson is at an apartment, possibly doing drugs and refusing to come home.
A vehicle was reported stolen sometime turning the night from the reservoir.
A former Homer High School student came to the high school and assaulted another student. Police are investigating.
A woman reported her neighbor is calling animal control officers in retaliation for a news article he is upset about. An officer advised her of her options.
A caller reported two girls were walking barefoot in the roadway. An officer talked with the girls, and all was OK.
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