Homer Volunteer Fire Department
Crews responded to Northern Enterprise Boat Yard for a boat fire in a building. The fire was out upon arrival and crews overhauled the scene. There were minor damages to the boat and building.
Homer Police Department
Vehicle tampering: A caller reports that their vehicle had been keyed.
Property found: A gift card and prepaid debit card was turned over to Homer Police Department after being found outside the Homer Public Library.
Multiple callers report reckless driver on W. Fairview Avenue at 10:52 p.m. Driver was arrested for DUI and housed in Homer jail.
Alaska State Troopers advise Homer Police Department of theft on Dock Road.
A driver was warned for spinning brodies in Homer High School parking lot.
Fugitive from justice: A caller reports seeing a wanted subject. Officer Smith arrests a 33-year-old male on an outstanding warrant.
Suspicious circumstances: A caller reports seeing an unidentifiable object hovering 300 yards above the road and flying away.
A man stated that someone had taken his car from the Homer High School parking lot. The vehicle was later found at a Homer business.
A caller reports that kids are jumping out into traffic on E. Pioneer Avenue.
Officers contact a man for no tail lights, the male is arrested on a failure to appear outstanding warrant and taken to the Homer jail.
Suspicious circumstances: A caller provides information about a possible future theft.
Welfare check: A caller requests a welfare check on an 86-year-old located on Myhill Road.
Unattended death: A 911 caller reports the sighting of a body on Skyline Drive and Clearwater Drive. The subject is deceased from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Criminal mischief: A caller reports juveniles causing damage to mailboxes on East Hill Road.
Agency assist: Alaska State Troopers request assistance in locating suspects of burglary.
Intoxicated pedestrian: A caller reports a male passed out on a local trail off Hazel Avenue.
Mischief: A caller reports a male in the parking lot of a local Sterling Highway business punching cars. A male was arrested and charged with MCA and criminal mischief and housed at Homer jail.
Theft IV: A caller reports possible theft and “huffing” at a local business on the Homer Bypass. A male was charged with theft IV.
Unattended death: A caller reports a comfort one death on Kachemak Drive.
Traffic hazard: A 911 caller reports an ACS truck traveling northbound on the Sterling Highway with its rear doors open.
Civil problem: A male requests options regarding loaning a vehicle to a subject who will not return it.
Reckless driving: A caller reports a disgruntled ex-employee spinning out in the parking lot at 4.5 Homer Spit Road. The driver was summoned for reckless driving.
Traffic hazard: A caller reports a neighbor dumping stove ash and debris on the roadway of Ocean Drive Loop and Cranberry Place causing flat tires.
Welfare check: A 911 caller reports being stalked by mercenaries.
Found property: A subject brings in a set of keys and a hat found three weeks ago on Hutler Road.
Patrol request: A male requests extra patrol of his vehicle which will be overnight at Safeway. The male states that kids took keys off the back tire and that the vehicle will be moved tomorrow.
Threats: A caller on Ohlson Lane reports she received a text message from an ex-employee.
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