• Officers provided traffic control for Fish and Game at Mile 172.5 on the Sterling Highway.
• A man requested information on moving heavy equipment within the Homer area.
• A man reported his missing young daughter has been located.
• A caller reported a dead otter.
• Multiple 911 callers reported individuals in close proximity to a moose and her newborn calves.
• A caller reported a loose black lab chasing Sandhill Cranes on Whispering Meadows.
• A person reported a woman tossing household goods out of another’s residence on Grubstake.
• A caller reported two ATVs in a restricted area on the beach.
• A person reported a woman in a Grubstake residence without permission.
• A caller reported a man using a gift card in a fraudulent manner.
• A caller reported what appeared to be several minors with open containers.
• A caller reported a man with several credit cards under different names attempting to get cash.
• An officer contacted a staggering man on the roadside.
• A local business reported receiving harassing phone calls to on-call staff.
• A caller reported a vehicle towing another vehicle on its rims at Mile 6 on East End Road.
• An officer assisted HVFD with rescue of two people trapped by the incoming tide.
• A caller reported receiving threatening texts throughout the day while at work.
• Complainant reported her cat locked her out of the bathroom on Main Street.
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