Homer Volunteer Fire Department responded to 13 EMS calls and 0 fire calls for the week of Oct. 15-21.
A caller reported theft of heating fuel oil from an outdoor tank on Aspen Lane.
A person reported verbal threats via cell phone within the Homer area.
A man presented at the counter to report a hit and run on the Bypass.
A caller reported an unrestrained child inside a moving vehicle.
A man presented at the counter with a found wallet.
A man reported a sea otter in the roadway on Spit Road.
A caller reported a lost wallet on Sterling Hwy.
A man reported a person jumped in front of his moving vehicle in the Homer area.
A caller reported an unlicensed itinerant merchant selling meat from a truck on Kachemak Drive.
A caller on Mattox Street reported a suspicious phone call.
A caller reported a passenger in a vehicle littering on Spit Road and Kachemak Way.
A driver was arrested for DUI at the corner of Pioneer Avenue and Sterling Highway.
A person presented at the counter to report a lost small tan purse.
A 911 caller reported a possible burglary at neighboring residence.
A 911 caller reported individuals at a residence on Sterling Highway without the permission of owner.
A caller reported her 14-year-old son left their residence on Triton Court in the middle of the night.
A caller reported receiving a voicemail from an unknown man making suicidal threats.
A 911 caller reported a pedestrian yelling and gesturing at vehicles in the roadway on East End Road.
A 911 caller reported a body found on Spit Road.
A caller reported a white wallet left inside a taxi in the Homer area.
A caller reported another person threatening to fight.
On Oct. 15, around 4 p.m., Alaska State Troopers responded to a motor vehicle collision near Mile 147 of the Sterling Highway. Investigation revealed Marina Basargin, 18 of Anchorage, lost control of the 2004 Chevrolet Aveo she was operating and hit a telephone pole. Further investigation revealed the three passengers, all under the age of 21, had consumed alcoholic beverages. Ivan Basargin, 19, Ulita Kalugin, 18 and a 16-year-old female, all from Anchorage, were issued a misdemeanor citations for Minor Consuming Alcohol. All parties were wearing safety belts and were not injured. All were released from the scene to a responsible adult.
On Oct. 16, at 11:45 a.m., troopers contacted Bradley S. Sekulich, 31 of Homer at a residence off of East End Road. Investigation revealed Sekulich had an outstanding warrant for his arrest for failure to appear for arraignment on the original charge of DUI and driving without a valid license. Further investigation revealed that Sekulich had conditions of release that he was not to consume alcohol and that Sekulich was intoxicated at which time he was subsequently arrested, transported and remanded at the Homer Jail, where he was held without bail.
On Oct. 15, around 9 p.m., troopers responded to a motor vehicle collision near Mile 158 of the Sterling Highway. Investigation revealed Adam Dillon, 27 of Anchor Point, was operating a 2003 Ford Explorer when he lost control of the vehicle and drove into a ditch. He and his passenger were transported to South Peninsula Hospital, where they were treated for non-life threatening injuries. Both Dillon and his passenger were wearing safety belts.
On Oct. 14, around 1:30 a.m., troopers contacted the occupants of a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot of Lakeside Mall in Homer. Investigation revealed three of the four juvenile occupants were under the influence of alcoholic beverages. Further investigation revealed the juvenile driver, who fled on foot and was later contacted, was in violation of his instructional permit. The driver was issued a misdemeanor citation for violating his instructional permit and a citation for Minor Consuming Alcohol and released to his grandmother. The other three individuals were issued citations for MCA and released to a responsible adult. all parents were contacted.
On Oct. 13, at 11 p.m., the Alaska State Troopers contacted Drosida Basargin, 21, of Homer during a traffic stop in Homer. Investigation revealed Basargin was driving under the influence. She was subsequently arrested and remanded to Homer jail for DUI.
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