Kachemak Emergency Services responded to three fire calls and one emergency medical call during the week of Oct. 29- Nov. 4.
Kachemak Emergency Services Area Board will be holding their regular monthly board meeting on Thursday at 7p.m. The meeting will be held at the McNeil Canyon Fire Station, 53048 Ashwood Ave. ( Mile 12 East End Rd.). The agenda will be posted at the station and the Borough Office Building at 206 E. Pioneer in Homer. For further information call 235-9811.
Homer Volunteer Fire Department responded to five emergency medical and two fire calls for the week of Oct. 29 – Nov. 4.
A caller reported a white truck pulling a trailer and spilling trash along the roadway on Pioneer Avenue and Lake Street.
A caller reported a possible shoplifter on Lake Street.
A 911 caller reported a relative threatening to burn her father’s property on Kachemak Drive.
A caller reported a vehicle in the ditch on Kachemak Way and Mountain View.
A caller reported a possible sighting of wanted suspects at 641 West Fairview.
A caller reported a child in a moving vehicle not seat-belted in.
A person came to the police station counter with a found bicycle.
A caller reported an individual on Clover Lane threatening harm himself.
A caller reported an older 1980s model red Toyota driving on the wrong side of the road and swerving, before pulling into a business on Pioneer Avenue.
A caller reported theft of car keys on Pioneer Avenue. Caller later reported keys were returned.
A caller reported a man trespassing on private property.
The Homer Post Office reported an aggressive dog impeding mail delivery at a local residence on Aspen Lane.
A caller reported a reckless driver at a local park.
Crime Stoppers reported a possible sighting of a wanted individual.
A caller reported a phishing scam.
A caller reported being harassed by neighbors over the phone.
A caller reported a shoplifter caught on video on Lake Street.
A woman came to the police station with an Internet fraud complaint.
An officer removed a dead animal from the roadway on Pioneer Avenue.
A 911 caller reported suspicious light emissions coming from a neighboring residence on Orion Circle.
A 911 caller reported suspicious phone calls on East End Road.
A man called 911 to report someone making threats at his doorstep on Jenny Way.
A caller reported a burglary on Jenny Way.
A man called the Homer Police Department to report he hit a horse on the dark Sterling Highway at 6 a.m. Saturday morning and he was trying to find the owner. Another horse was with the first one.
A person came to the police counter to report theft of property on East End Road.
A caller requested an intoxicated person be trespassed from a local establishment on Ohlson Lane.
A caller reported hearing loud voices near a public hearing.
A caller reported a keyed vehicle.
An anonymous man presented at the counter to report a man sleeping in a local building on Heath Street.
An anonymous caller reported a drug transaction on Beluga Place.
Alaska State Troopers
On Oct. 29, at 8:15 p.m., Alaska State Troopers received a REDDI report in Anchor Point. Troopers contacted Nick L. Nelson, 47 of Anchor Point, on a traffic stop. Investigation revealed that Nelson was operating a motor vehicle while under the influence. Further investigation revealed Nelson’s privilege to drive had been revoked. He was arrested and remanded to Homer Jail.
On Nov. 2, around 5 p.m., Alaska State Troopers contacted Kent L. Smith, 52 of Anchor Point, on a traffic stop. Investigation revealed that Smith was in possession of Methadone, a schedule 2A controlled substance. Smith did not have a prescription for Methadone, and further investigation revealed that Smith was in violation of his probation. Smith was arrested and remanded to Homer Jail.
On Nov. 4, around 8 p.m., Alaska State Troopers contacted a 16-year-old male juvenile on a traffic stop. Investigation revealed the juvenile was in possession of marijuana. Charges are being referred to the juvenile justice system in Homer. The juvenile was released to his mother
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