Homer Volunteer Fire Department responded to nine emergency medical service calls and one fire call for the week of Feb. 4-11.
On Feb. 6, crews responded to Mission Road for an eight-by-10 sauna that was on fire. Crews extinguished the fire and its cause remains under investigation.
Kachemak Emergency Services responded to two medical emergency calls and one fire call during the week of Feb. 4-10.
Kachemak Emergency Service Area Board will hold their regular monthly meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday. The meeting will be held at McNeil Canyon Fire Station, (53048 Ashwood Avenue; Mile 12, East End Road) The agenda will be posted at the fire station and at the borough office at 206 E. Pioneer. The public is invited to attend. For more information, call 235-9811.
Alaska State Troopers
• On Feb. 7, Anchor Point Wildlife Troopers cited Gabriel Chapin, age 34 of Anchor Point, for failing to return his drawing permit hunt report to the Department of Fish and Game within 15 days of the close of season for the 2012 Dixon Glacier Goat Hunt. Bail is set at $110 in Homer District Court.
• On Feb. 8, troopers contacted Russell Harford, 53 of Anchor Point, on a traffic stop. Investigation revealed Harford was operating a motor vehicle while under the influence. He was arrested and remanded to Homer Jail.
• On Feb. 11, troopers contacted Gavril Konev, 26 of Homer, on a traffic stop. Investigation revealed Konev was operating a motor vehicle while his privilege to drive was suspended. Konev was arrested and remanded to Homer Jail.
• A man reported that his gas cap had been broken and fuel siphoned from his vehicle on Rangeview Drive the night before.
• A caller reported a white pick-up truck on Lake Street with garbage in its bed was attracting ravens. Garbage was strewn around the parking lot. The registered owner of the vehicle was contacted and the vehicle was removed.
• A man called 911 to request a welfare check on himself due to extreme intoxication. An officer provided transportation.
• A woman called 911 to report two men stumbling in the roadway. An officer advised them to stay out of the road.
• A caller reported a man had broken into his trailer. Officers responded to the scene, but were unable to locate the suspect.
• A woman reported that her vehicle window had been shot out that night on Bonanza Street.
• An unknown 911 caller reported finding a toddler in the middle of the road. An officer responded to the scene and found the toddler with its mother.
• An anonymous 911 caller reported a man asleep in the post office. The sleepy man left the building upon officer advisement.
• A woman reported a domestic dispute between downstairs neighbors on Fairview Drive. Officers responded to the scene, but determined that the dispute did not rise to the level of a crime being committed. The parties were separated for the night.
• An anonymous 911 caller reported two men in the middle of East End Road, wearing dark clothing and causing a hazard. An officer made contact with the men.
• A man reported hitting a moose on Kachemak Dr.
• Animal Related Offense/Complaint: A woman reported a dog was harassing a moose on Klondike Ave. Animal Control was notified.
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