Police Report – Oct. 31

Kachemak Emergency Services responded to three emergency medical calls and one fire call during the week of Oct. 22-28.
Homer Volunteer Fire Department responded to eight EMS calls and two fire calls for the week of Oct. 22-28.
• On 10/24, crews responded to a location off Ocean Drive for an unattended burn pile. The fire was extinguished and resident was advised to get a burn permit.
• On 10/26, crews responded to a residence on Mt. Augustine Drive for a chimney fire. Upon arrival, the fire had been extinguished. Firefighters inspected the area to ensure the fire had not extended into the chase.
• The Fire Department would like to remind everyone to change the batteries in smoke detectors when they change their clocks this upcoming weekend.
A caller reported a trailer taken from a lot where it was posted for sale on Ocean Drive and Lampert Lane.
A person brought in a used needle found near a children’s park on Dehel Avenue.
A man dialed 911 and reported another man threatening him on Bartlett Street.
A person reported someone “keyed” a vehicle while parked at Safeway Monday.
A caller reported her vehicle not returned from someone who used it and is a potential buyer.
A caller reported a driver passing in a school zone and into oncoming traffic on East End Road and East Hill.
A woman reported someone stole her car from her driveway on Fairview Ave.
A caller reported damage to a work vehicle last night while parked at Save-U-More.
Homer High School reported two students with marijuana on school grounds.
A caller reported a man threatening to kill him on Heath St.
A parent phoned 911 and reported a problem with their juvenile son.
Homer High School reported a student left school grounds without permission after subjected to a locker search.
A person presented themselves at the counter with a found red back pack.
A caller reported a juvenile violating driver’s license privileges on Ben Walters Lane.
A caller reported a wallet stolen from her person on Greatland St.
A caller reported a stolen dog on Ben Walters Lane.
A caller reported a possible missing vehicle on FAA Road.
A caller reported a suspicious man on Jenny Way.
A caller reported that her cell phone went missing while at a local business on E. Pioneer Avenue
A caller observed drug paraphernalia near roadway on Main Street and Pioneer Avenue.
A 911 caller reported two women fighting in the parking lot of a local business on Ben Walters Lane.
An officer assists the fire department on a medical call.
On Oct. 28, Alaska State Troopers contacted Timothy Eberle, 59, of Homer during a traffic stop in Homer. Investigation revealed Eberle was operating a vehicle under the influence. Eberle was arrested for DUI and remanded to the Homer Jail.
On Oct. 27, at about 12 p.m., troopers contacted Stephen Bernhardt, 51 of Anchor Point, on a traffic stop. Investigation alleges Bernhardt was operating a motor vehicle while under the influence. Bernhardt was arrested and remanded to the Homer Jail.
On Oct. 27, at about 9:30 a.m., Alaska State Troopers responded
to a domestic disturbance in Anchor Point. Investigation alleges Michael S. Smith, 57 of Anchor Point, threatened his girlfriend with a firearm. Further investigation revealed Smith was under the influence of alcoholic beverages while he had firearms on his person. Smith was arrested and remanded to the Homer jail.
On Oct. 26, at about 5 p.m., Alaska State Troopers conducted a traffic stop on a white Ford Pickup near milepost 123 Sterling Highway for a moving violation. The driver was identified as Shad J. Sizemore, 27, of Ninilchik. Investigation alleges Sizemore was driving without a valid license. Sizemore was issued a citation for speeding and a summons to appear in court at a later date.
On Oct. 28, at about 6 p.m., troopers contacted Nikita Konovalov, 22 of Anchor Point, on a traffic stop. Investigation alleges Konovalov was operating a motor vehicle while his privilege to drive was suspended. Konovalov was issued a misdemeanor citation to appear in court and was released from the scene.

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