Anchor Point Fire and Emergency Services responded to one Fire call and three Emergency Medical Service calls from Dec. 10-16.
Kachemak Emergency Services responded to one fire call and three medical emergencies during the week of Dec. 10-16.
On Dec. 17, the Alaska State Troopers responded to a motor vehicle collision with injuries at mile 166.5 of the Sterling Highway in Homer. Investigation revealed Tammy Barclay, 35, of Anchor Point was driving a 2006 Hummer south when she drove off the road. The vehicle rolled about 200 feet down the embankment. Barclay was wearing a seat belt and sustained minor injuries. She was transported by EMS to South Peninsula Hospital. The vehicle was a total loss.
On Dec. 17, Alaska State Troopers responded to a disturbance after receiving a 911 hang up call. Investigation revealed Carrie Calabrese, 41 of Ninilchik, assaulted an individual. Further investigation revealed Calabrese operated a motor vehicle while under the influence. The individual who was assaulted was also found to be operating a motor vehicle while under the influence. Calabrese and the other party involved were remanded to the Homer Jail.
On Dec. 12, troopers responded to a motor vehicle collision on Centurion Drive in Homer. Investigation revealed Amelia Inman, 17, of Homer was driving a 2002 Dodge Durango when she lost control on the icy road. The Durango slid across the road and into a driveway, striking a parked Toyota Corolla pushing the Corolla into a building. Inman was not wearing her seat belt, but was uninjured. Investigation revealed she was operating the Durango without liability insurance and with an expired registration. Damage to the Durango was estimated at $3,500. Damage to the Corolla was estimated at $2,000 and damage to the building was estimated at $500.
Traffic hazard: Caller reports almost hitting an older male driving a bicycle in the middle of the road on East End/East Hill. Officers responded.
Hit and Run/ Leave scene of accident: A 911 caller reported a hit and run in the South Peninsula Hospital parking lot on Bartlett. Officers responded.
MVA – Damage: A caller reported an unoccupied vehicle sliding across Homer High School parking lot going into the trees on Fairview Avenue.
On Dec. 14, Suspicious circumstances: A caller reported suspicious activity at a residence on Whispering Meadows. Extra patrol was added to the area.
On Dec 15, Driving while intoxicated: A driver was arrested for DUI and housed at Homer jail.
Animal related offense/complaint: Multiple callers reported an injured eagle in the roadway on Sterling Highway. Officers and wildlife biologists responded to the scene.
On Dec. 16, Suspicious circumstances: 911 Call reports gunfire near a residence on Pine View Road. Officers responded and found the complaint unfounded.
Suspicious Circumstances: 911 caller on the Homer Spit reported suspicious lights in the bay. Harbor officers confirmed lights were illuminating from a fishing boat.
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