Kachemak Emergency Services responded to one medical emergency call and two fire calls the week of Nov. 26- Dec. 2.
Kachemak Emergency Services encourages everyone to keep their chimneys clean. The department has chimney brushes and poles to loan out for 6 and 8-foot pipes. Come into the station and sign some out. Remember to change your smoke alarm batteries if you have not done so. For further information call 235-9811.
Anchor Point Volunteer Fire Department responded to four medical emergencies and three fire calls Nov. 26-Dec. 2
Traffic: Driver warned for speed in a school zone on Sterling Hwy.
Shoplifting: Ulmer’s reports after the fact a subject shoplifting.
Burglary attempt: A caller reports an attempted break in at residence on Pennock Street. Officers to the scene.
Traffic: An anonymous caller reports a male driving with a suspended license and no insurance. Officer advised.
Trespass: A local establishment requests a subject be trespassed from their property on Lake Street. Officer advised.
Lost property: Male reports lost wallet in the Homer area.
Welfare check: A 911 caller requests officer response to residence to help with angry 25-year-old son.
Welfare check: A caller reports to 911 that his mother may hurt herself on Ocean Drive. Officers to the scene.
Abandoned Vehicle: A caller reports a vehicle parked and left on her property overnight on East End Road.
REDDI (Report Every Dangerous Driver immediately): A 911 caller reports a tailgating/speeding vehicle on East End Rd. Officer advised.
Agency assist: Officer assists in a patrol check.
Taxicab inspection: Officer assists with collectable ticket on Heath Street.
Abandoned Vehicle: A caller reports a possible abandoned vehicle in local parking lot on Bartlett Street.
Theft: A 911 caller reports theft from her residence.
Shoplifting: Local store on Lake Street reports shoplifting.
Fireworks: A caller reports possible gunfire in area by Shirley Court. Caller phoned back to report it was fireworks.
Lost property: A caller reports lost bracelet in the Homer area.
Theft: A caller reports property taken from vehicle on West Pioneer Ave. Officer contacted victim.
Disturbance: Caller reports disturbance and drug information at a local business on Ocean Drive Loop.
Traffic warning: Driver warned for failure to illuminate.
Pass school bus: First Student reports a vehicle passing while the bus’s red lights were flashing on Ronda Street and East End Road. Officer contacts First Student, but plate given does not match the vehicle description.
Theft: A subject presents at the police station to report laptop and backpack stolen from vehicle on Beluga Circle.
Public works: A 911 caller reports a fire hydrant flooding in front of local business on East Bunnel Avenue. Public Works advised.
Lost property: Subject reports lost phone on Heath Street on behalf of juvenile daughter.
City Ordinance: Caller reports truck using jake-brakes on Meadow Drive and East End Road.
Domestic Dispute: A 911 caller reports domestic dispute on Saltwater Drive. Officer to the scene, no crime articulated. Parties separated for the night.
Drive without license: An anonymous caller reports a REDDI driver on Pioneer Avenue. Officer contacts driver and issues summonses for DWOL and no insurance.
Officers assist on a call of Illegal discharge of firearm.
REDDI: A caller reports vehicle swerving into opposite lane at Mile 171 on the Sterling Highway. No plate given.
Security Check: Officer conducts security check of residential area on Compass Drive.
Traffic: A driver is warned for speeding in a school zone.
On Nov. 23, Alaska State Troopers responded to a disturbance at a residence off Resch Road in Anchor Point. Once at the scene, troopers contacted Elaine D. Large, age 44 of Anchor Point. Investigation revealed Large was involved in a verbal altercation with a family member, and broke out the window of his vehicle. Large was arrested and transported to Homer Jail, where she was held without bail.
Death Investigation: On Nov. 27, around 11 a.m., troopers responded to a report of a male found deceased in his shed at his residence on Nikola Court in Voznesenka. The male was later identified as Nazary Polushkin, 43. No foul play is suspected at this time. Polushkin was transported to the medical examiner in Anchorage for an autopsy. The investigation continues.
On Nov. 30, troopers contacted Jeffrey B. Mills, 54 of Kenai, on a traffic stop. Investigation revealed Mills was operating a motor vehicle while under the influence. He was arrested and remanded to Homer Jail.
On Nov. 28, troopers contacted Nitka F. Konovalov, 22, of Nikoleavsk at his residence. Investigation revealed that Konovalov had an outstanding warrant for failure to appear in court on an original charge of driving while license revoked. Konolalov was subsequently arrested, transported and remanded to Homer Jail.
On Dec. 1, troopers contacted Donald E. Mullikin, 64 of Homer, on a traffic stop. Investigation revealed Mullikin was operating a motor vehicle while under the influence. Mullikin was arrested and remanded to Homer Jail.
On Dec. 2, troopers contacted Stryker Phillips, 30 of Homer, on a traffic stop. Investigation revealed Phillips’ privilege to drive was revoked. Further investigation revealed Phillips did not have an ignition interlock device installed as ordered. Phillips was issued two
misdemeanor citations and was released from the scene.
On Dec.1, troopers contacted Preston Alexander, 26 of Nanwalek, for a $50,000 outstanding warrant. While in Nanwalek, troopers also contacted Vivian Ukatish, 40 of Nanwalek, for a $500
outstanding warrant. Both Alexander and Ukatish were arrested and remanded to Homer Jail.
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