Police Report – June 20

Homer Volunteer Fire Department responded to 11 emergency medical calls and no fire calls for the week of June 11-17.

An anonymous caller reported a semi-truck traveling down the road with a tire on fire on East End Road and Kachemak Drive.
A caller reported an aggressive dog on Beluga Court.
A man came to the police station with property found in an RV he purchased.
A caller reported a car stolen from Kachemak Drive.
A caller reported an injured otter on the beach. The Alaska Sealife Center, consulted, said to let the otter have time to see if it would go back into the water.
A caller reported neighbors being loud outside her window on Ben Walters Lane.

A woman came to the police station to report damage to a retaining wall in front of a local business.
A caller reported he found a black lab on Baycrest Hill.
A caller reported a man with a possible weapon threatening patrons at a local bar.
A caller reported an intoxicated man possibly causing a fight.

An off-duty officer reported a vehicle crossing center and fog lines on Crittenden and Sterling Highway. The driver was arrested for DUI and lodged at Homer Jail.
A caller reported a vehicle driving recklessly and swerving on East End Road and Sabrina Avenue.
A woman on Svedlund Avenue reported being beat up by a man all the time. She stated she did not want officers there.
A woman turned in a found purse.

A caller reported a neighbor making noise on Ocean Drive Loop.
A 911 caller reported a possible break-in on Shoreline Drive.
Someone reported an over-turned trailer in the roadway at the top of Baycrest.

A caller reported that her husband was assaulted while walking along the roadway.
A caller reported a man walking down the road wearing shackles.
A woman came to the police counter and reported that her residence was robbed on Tamara Street.

A caller reported theft of an outboard motor on Kachemak Bay Drive.
A 911 caller reported assault.
A third party reported an intoxicated man on a motorcycle was driving in circles at a local business but he left the scene.
A man came to the police counter and advised he thinks someone stole his golden retriever.
A caller reported an injured sea otter.

A 911 caller reported someone pulled a gun on him on Main Street.
A caller reported losing a dog while on a trail on Roger’s Loop.

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