Homer Volunteer Fire Department responded to five emergency medical calls for the week of Jan. 14-20.
Anchor Point Fire/EMS responded to three emergency medical calls and two motor vehicle accidents during the week of Jan. 14-20.
Alaska State Troopers
• Alaska State Troopers responded to a motor vehicle collision at Mile 162 of the Sterling Highway. Investigation revealed a 69-year-old Soldotna woman lost control of her vehicle while driving south, crossed the northbound lane, crashed through the guard rail and landed in the Anchor River. A Wildlife trooper witnessed the accident and was able to remove the woman from the vehicle.
• Troopers contacted drivers of two vehicles stopped and partially blocking the northbound lane of at Mile 147 of the Sterling Highway. A 33-year-old Anchor Point man was identified as the driver of one of the vehicles. His two-month-old child was a passenger. Investigation determined the man was driving illegally and had consumed alcohol prior to driving. He was given and failed field sobriety tests and placed under arrest for felony DUI, DWRL, driving in violation of a limited license and child endangerment.
• A 21-year-old Anchor Point woman was identified as the driver of the second vehicle. Investigation determined her license was revoked. She was issued misdemeanor citations for DWRL and driving in violation of a limited license and released at the scene.
• Troopers responded to a Norwegian Woods Road residence to assist the Office of Child Services in investigating a report of harm. Upon arrival, AST contacted and arrested a 30-year-old Anchor Point man on a $5,000 warrant. Shaw was remanded to Homer Jail.
• A caller reported a possible REDDI, but did not have plate number. An officer made contact with the vehicle out East End Road and the passenger was arrested on outstanding warrant and false report.
• A 911 caller reported a fire. Call was unfounded, as some people were burning brush nearby.
• A caller reported a vehicle speeding and crashing into a snow bank.
• A caller reported a man on a snowmachine driving on East Fairview and into the Homer High School parking lot. An officer went to the school but was unable to locate the snowmachiner.
• A woman reported a violation of protective order and burglary.
• A man reported a woman with a large amount of marijuana. The woman was arrested on two counts of fourth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance and growing in a structure. Police found more than 40 plants in her Fairview home.
• Safeway reported a man causing a disturbance and would not leave. • A man reported an eagle tangled in overhead wires on Ocean Drive Loop.
• A local business reported a man making disturbing statements in the store would not leave.
• A man is arrested for DUI and possession/use of marijuana.
• A man called to report a possibly missing adult man.
• A woman reported her vehicle door had been pried open.
• A man reported a broken water pipe and water running down Town Heights Street. Public Works notified.
• A 911 caller reported a verbal domestic dispute. An officer responded and subject agreed to leave the residence for the evening.
• An officer transported an intoxicated pedestrian to his home.
• A woman reported a dead eagle. Message left for Fish and Wildlife.
• A caller reported an assault on Emerald Road. Officers responded, arrested a man and lodged him at Homer Jail.
• A woman reported an eagle stuck in a trap. Fish and Wildlife advised.
• A man on Bartlett Street reported finding a full can of gasoline next to his truck in the middle of the night.
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