Police Report – Aug. 15

Homer Volunteer Fire Department responded to 11 EMS calls and no fire calls for the week of July 30 – Aug. 5. Kachemak Emergency Services responded to two medical emergencies and one fire call between Aug. 6 -12. Homer Volunteer Fire Department responded to 10 EMS calls and 1 fire call for the week of Aug. 6- 12th, 2012.

A caller reported a disturbance outside of her apartment building on Main St.
A wallet was found on Bishop’s Beach and was turned in.

A caller reported hearing juveniles banging around on playground equipment at a school on Soundview Avenue.
A caller reported suspicious activity at an adjacent vacant lot on 515 No View Avenue.

A woman reported she broke up with her boyfriend and he is threatening to hurt himself.
A man reported his rooster did not crow. It is an owl on Mariner Dr.
A person reported harassment and stalking occurred outside of Homer city limits.
A man reported he was attacked by three unknown men while camping on the beach three weeks ago.
A woman reported theft from her unlocked vehicle on Kachemak Way.
A caller reported a man with several weapons openly on his person in a local business on the Bypass.

A 911 caller reported a vehicle blocking road traffic and driver having a seizure.
A caller reported receiving harassing texts, phone messages and e-mails.
A 911 caller reported a man driving into town erratically on Skyline Dr.

A caller reported a man lying outside on the ground.

A caller reported a wounded pheasant on the side of the roadway and a pedestrian attempting to assist it.
A caller reported capturing a loose golden lab on East End Road.
An anonymous caller reported two loose dogs running by the road on Sterling Highway.
A 911 caller reported an intoxicated woman drove to residence and attempting to leave on Glacier View Court.
A 911 caller reported an intoxicated man in the roadway on Rochelle Road.
A caller reported a person looking into the windows of a business on E. Pioneer Ave.

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