Homer Volunteer Fire Department responded to seven emergency medical calls and one report of a fuel leak in a residential garage for the week of Dec. 24-31.
HVFD responded to seven emergency medical calls for the week of Dec. 31-Jan. 6. Fire crews responded to a single-vehicle fire in a parking lot, as well as a structure fire on Jenny Way. Cause of the Jenny Way fire remains under investigation.
From Dec. 24-30 – Kachemak Emergency Services responded to two medical emergencies and no fire calls. KESA responded to three medical emergencies during the week of Dec. 30 – Jan. 6.
Anchor Point Fire and Emergency Services responded to five emergency medical calls and two fire calls during the week of Dec. 24-30.
The Anchor Point VFD is recruiting volunteers for an EMT class beginning on Jan. 14. If interested, please call Kayt Andrews at 235-6700.
Suspicious Circumstances: A caller reported possible gunfire in an apartment complex. An officer came to the area but was unable to locate the cause for suspicion.
Assault: A hospital employee reported an assault and an officer reported to the scene.
Suspicious Circumstances: A caller reported items missing from his locked residence.
Suspicious Circumstances: A caller reported a scam through a local newspaper about pets.
Suspicious Circumstances: A medical facility reported an unknown man looking in the windows. Officers responded to find the man seeking medical assistance at South Peninsula Hospital.
Traffic Hazard: A caller reported a large and dangerous pot hole on Lake Street. The Department of Transportation was advised.
Motor Vehicle Accident: A caller reported a motor vehicle accident with no injuries or road blockage. The vehicles were removed from roadway.
City Ordinance: The clerk’s office reported a disturbing voicemail message.
Hit and Run: A caller reported a hit and run of his vehicle while it was parked at Save-U-More.
Animal: A caller reported a wounded dog in a parking lot. Animal Control responded to the scene.
Theft: A caller reported theft of prescription drugs.
Suspicious Circumstances: A caller reported a woman screaming and possible gunfire. Officers responded, but found nothing suspicious.
Public Assist: Multiple callers requested information regarding a tsunami advisory.
Assault/Intimidation: A caller reported a disturbance at a local business. Officers responded, arrested a man and transported him to Homer Jail.
Fradulent Use of an Access Device: A subject came to the Police Department to report ATM fraud.
Trespass: A caller reported a drunk and disorderly man refusing to leave a local business. Officers responded and arrested a man for criminal trespass. He was transported to Homer Jail.
Death: A caller reported Comfort 1 death.
Welfare Check: A 911 caller reported a man walking down the center of the road and refusing to yield when a car horn was honked. Officer made contact with the man and determined all was OK.
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