Homer Volunteer Fire Department responded to six emergency medical calls and one fire call for the week of Aug. 20-26
Kachemak Emergency Services responded to three medical emergency calls and one fire call during the week of Aug. 20 – 26
A man presented himself at the counter and reported a man pointing a gun at him over ownership of a kayak.
A caller reported a black convertible peeling out and cutting off drivers on Ocean Drive.
An off duty officer observed a man with pistols.
A caller reported a maroon toyota with a blue topper speeding on the road and through a park area.
A caller reported two people hiding in bushes adjacent to business.
A caller reported a man posing as a vendor at his door.
A person reported a lost cell phone.
A caller reported a slashed tire after parking at a local business overnight on FAA Road.
A caller reported that he shot and wounded a black bear on his property on Highland Drive. Fish and Game were alerted.
A caller reported items missing from his apartment on Mattox St.
A 911 caller reported hearing possible gunshots near a local business on Kachemak Drive.
A caller reported a possible shoplifter caught at a local business and requested an officer’s assistance.
An anonymous caller reported a vehicle spinning doughnuts on the beach and driving disruptively.
A caller reported a marine animal on shore that is possibly injured on Spit Road.
On Aug. 26, at about 10:15 a.m., Alaska State Troopers responded to a rollover at mile 163.5 Sterling Highway. The Mitsubishi Montero, driven by Paul Hueper, was north bound at mile 163 Sterling Highway when a moose darted out in front of the vehicle. Hueper swerved to miss the moose and was unable to gain control of the vehicle. The vehicle entered the ditch and rolled, coming to rest on the passenger side. The driver and passenger were wearing their seat belts. Anchor Point Emergency Medical responded and transported the passenger to South Peninsula Hospital for minor injuries.
On Aug. 24, at about 12 a.m., Alaska State Troopers contacted Jason Ness, 38, of Kenai, during a traffic contact. Investigation revealed Ness operated a motor vehicle on a public roadway while his privilege to drive was revoked. Ness was issued a misdemeanor citation to appear in court and was released from the scene.
On Aug. 23, Alaska State Troopers responded to a burglary that occurred earlier in the evening in Homer. Investigation revealed Amber Coila, 22, of Homer, damaged property, valued over $100, belonging to her boyfriend. She was arrested and remanded to Homer jail.
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