Police report – Sept. 26

Kachemak Emergency Services responded to four medical emergency calls during the week of Sept. 17-23.
Homer Volunteer Fire Department responded to five EMS and one fire call for the week of Sept. 17 – 24.

A caller reported a stray ferret on Fairview.
A caller reported their residence broken into on Horizon Court.
An out-of-area caller made suicidal statements over phone.
A caller reported the loss of her wedding band in the Homer area.
A caller reported attempted burglary at property on Ocean Drive.
A caller reported reckless driving southbound on Sterling Highway.
A person reported problems and threats from a former coach.
A caller reported drug information at Homer High School.
A woman presented at the counter with unknown remains. Officer confirmed it was a sea otter.
A caller reported excessive use of a jake brake within city limits.
An anonymous 911 caller reported hearing sounds of distress at the end of Residential Court.
A caller reported a bike stolen from a local business on E. Pioneer
A caller reported receiving threats via email from a known person.
A man presented at the counter to report ATV riders tearing up property.
A man presented at the counter to report articles stolen from his residence while he was out of town.
An anonymous caller reported loud music and yelling in adjacent campsite on Campground Road.
A caller reported receiving harassing text messages.
A caller reported a possible missing adult on Heidi Court.
A person reported losing a wallet within the Homer Area.
A woman presented at the counter and turned in a found bag.
A 911 caller reported harassment. Officers arrived on scene, and advised individuals of their options to resolve civil dispute.
A person reported a lost cell phone in Homer Area.
A local business reported two dogs taken from the shelter for a sleep over and never returned or fees paid.
A caller reported odd smoke in the roadway on Kachemak Drive.
A 911 caller reported an unsecured dog in the roadway causing a traffic hazard.
A caller reported eagles fighting at a local facility on Bartlett St.

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