The school district maintenance reported the front entry and doors spray painted at West Homer Elementary School.
911 callers reported a man down on the roadside on Spit Road.
A man reported seeing bloody syringes on Main Street and Mountainview.
Alaska Pre-Trial reported a person selling their prescription drugs in the Homer Area.
A caller reported observing a man hit a young woman twice on the roadway on W. Bunnell and Main Street.
A caller reported a loss of a wallet.
A USCG reported a man impersonating a USCG officer on the Spit.
A caller reported an aggressive driver tailgating, swerving and flapping arms on East Hill Rd.
An anonymous caller reported two men lying in the roadway, eating apples on E. Pioneer Ave.
A caller reported observing a large amount of smoke on the Sterling Hwy, Mile 142.
An anonymous caller reported hay bales were loose on Sterling Highway and West Hill.
A caller reported a firearm left in the ladies restroom of a local business on Svedlund and White Alder.
A caller reported an unknown man on a motorcycle offering a small child a ride.
A caller reported a nude man bathing in the ocean.
A caller reported a shoplifter leaving from a local business on Lake Street.
A caller reported an unauthorized person residing on property and requested a patrol and a trespass charge.
An officer contacted individuals taking photos from a vehicle near a restricted area.
An unknown person brought in a Welsh Corgi found near Homer.
An officer witnessed a vehicle collide with a guard rail on Lake Street and Brown Bear Loop.
A person reported a man following him around town.
On Aug. 18, Alaska State Troopers took a report that a blue 1999 Chevrolet had been stolen from the Soldotna area. It was reported to have been last seen on approximately Aug. 8. The vehicle was listed as stolen at the time of the report. On Aug. 14, Anchorage Police located the vehicle and arrested Matthew Cooper of Homer for possession of a stolen vehicle.
Homer Volunteer Fire Department responded to eight emergency medical calls for the week of Aug. 13 through Aug. 19.
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