Police Report – April 4

Homer Volunteer Fire Department responded to 11 EMS calls and 1 fire call for the week of March 26 through April 1

Crews responded to the Boys and Girls Club for a fire alarm activation; upon arrival it was determined a pull box was activated by a child. Crews reset alarm.

Homer Police

A caller reports outside of residence vehicles have been egged and is a continual problem.
A caller reported that a small red pickup threw a bag of trash out of the window. An officer contacted and warned of littering laws and made the subject pick up the trash.
The Homer High School bookkeeper brought in a counterfeit twenty that was received from purchase of prom tickets.
A male presented himself at the counter to report his wallet stolen from his vest.
A caller reported that a female stole a jacket from their store and is headed into town.
Police received a report of three males standing on the reservoir dam and shooting firearms. They were gone on arrival.
A caller reported a female making suicidal threats. An officer was advised and a female was transported to hospital.
A caller reported being threatened by an out-of-state male while on Facebook with the male’s daughter.

A subject reported their tent stolen from their vehicle while they were shoveling a spot for it.
A caller reported a newer gold Toyota peeled out of a parking lot spraying debris on their vehicle.
A caller reported they had lost their wallet.
A caller reported her son helped her move to Homer and is now loitering near her residence. She wants him trespassed.

A caller reported a dog that had been shot and dumped near the harbor, Animal Control was notified.

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1 Response for “Police Report – April 4”

  1. The Homer moving story is definitely an interesting one.

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