Homer Volunteer Fire Department responded to nine emergency medical calls and three fire calls for the week of July 16th – July 22nd.
Kachemak Emergency Services responded to seven medical emergency calls and four fire calls during the week of July 16 – July 22.
A caller reported her business was entered during the night on W. Pioneer Ave.
A caller reported a daughter had abandoned her children at a local campground.
A caller reported men threatening him and another with knives and guns last night on Ocean Drive.
A caller reported an oil or fuel spill at the bottom of the road, causing a traffic hazard on Lake St.
A caller reported a friend is bringing her children to their father in the police department parking lot at Alaska State Trooper’s direction.
A caller reported a man attempting to break into a local restaurant on W. Pioneer Ave.
A caller reported an intoxicated man attempting to leave with a child.
A man on Clear Water Drive reported fraudulent use of his debit card over the Internet.
A man reported a lost wallet on the Bypass.
A caller reported a woman trying to gain access to a Main Street apartment that wasn’t hers.
A caller reported a driver swerving into her onto the shoulder of the road several times on Ocean Dr.
A caller reported a lost diamond ring last seen a week ago on Jenny Way.
A caller reported an injured sea otter on the Homer Spit.
A caller reported finding his unsecured vehicle rummaged through with the door left open on Soundview Ave.
A person lost their wallet and identification.
A caller reported a semi-truck passing unsafely on the shoulder of the road.
A caller reported finding a medical needle on the ground on Grubstake Ave. Caller stated he would safely dispose of the needle.
A 911 caller reported witnessing the theft of a bicycle on Greatland St.
A caller reported excessive noise at a local bar.
A woman reported from another country reported her mother’s lost purse and cell phone.
A man dialed 911 and reported his rental car window was broken out while fishing.
A caller reported witnessing animal abuse.
Alaska State Troopers and caller advised Homer Police Department of possible kayakers in distress near the Homer Spit.
A woman presented herself at the counter and reported improper towing of vehicle.
A 911 caller reported her husband calling her making suicidal threats.
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