Police report – Sept 12

Kachemak Emergency Services responded to one emergency medical call during the week of Sept. 3-9.
Sept. 4
A 911 caller reported a vehicle in a prohibited area of Bishop’s Beach.
Caller reported a downed tree across the roadway on Wright Street and Spruceview.
Caller reported theft of a large trampoline from their yard on Poppy Circle.
Caller reported a power line down at a local school on the Sterling Highway.
A 911 caller reported a loud explosion and electrical arcing on the Sterling Highway and West Hill Road.
The U.S. Coast Guard requested assistance with identifying the possible location of fired flares on East End Road.
Sept. 5
An unknown man turned in a debit card.
A 911 caller reported a man wrecked on his bicycle at Pioneer and Svedlund.
Sept. 6
Caller reported a backpack lost at a local business.
Man presented at the counter to report someone going through personal property inside his residence on Latham Lane.
Caller reported an unknown person knocking on her door on Wright Street.
Sept. 7
Caller reported theft of two gas cans on Spit Road.
Caller reported customers complaining of people drinking in a vehicle in a parking lot on Sterling Highway.
Caller reported a lost wallet in a local parking lot.
Sept. 8
Caller requested welfare check on her husband who is possibly in a campground on the Homer Spit.
Woman reported hearing shouting outside her apartment building.
Sept. 9
Person reported a cell phone found on the beach.
Caller reported possible theft of items outside a business on Pioneer Avenue.
A 911 caller requested a welfare check for a woman acting erratically.
Man presented at the counter to speak with an officer about a child custody matter.
Caller reported a woman stole several items from her RV on Ocean Drive.
Sept. 10
Caller reported an intoxicated man walking around a local hotel with swords.

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