Kachemak Emergency Services responded to six medical calls and three fire calls in the past week.
Homer Volunteer Fire Department responded to 11 EMS calls and no fire calls for the week of Oct. 8–14.
A caller reported theft of a fishing pole from outside the house on Cityview.
An officer warned a driver about children riding in the back of an open pickup truck bed on East End Road.
A caller reported a suspicious bag found in a parking lot on the Spit Road.
A caller reported wildlife are presenting danger to pets on Bell Avenue.
An out-of-state caller reported stolen property possible located in Homer.
A caller reported threats from another individual on Beluga Place.
A dark blue back pack was reported lost on Spit Road.
A man was warned for trespassing on private property on Sterling Highway.
A caller reported an aggressive dog on Beluga Court.
An anonymous 911 caller reported a domestic dispute at a neighboring apartment on Main Street.
A caller reported a neighbor threw a rock through her window on Heath Street.
A caller reported roadway washing out on the Spit.
A caller reported a suspicious package on Sterling Highway.
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