A woman reported giving her food card to another to buy groceries and they had not returned it yet.
A woman reported that her boyfriend told her to harm herself. She said she did not need an officer right then so information was given.
A woman called to report a dog running across the Sterling Hwy. Animal Control was advised.
An officer provided self defense training at Homer High School.
A woman reported leaky fire hydrant on Soundview Ave.
A woman reported a hit and run in a business parking lot on E. Pioneer Ave.
A young woman reported a dispute over an animal. An officer advised her options and the animal was returned to its owner.
A woman reported that she wanted to harm herself. Officers located her and transported her to South Peninsula Hospital. She was housed at the Homer jail for protective custody.
A woman reported a domestic dispute on Main Street in progress. Officers arrived at the scene to find the dispute involved civil issues; the parties were separated for the evening.
An anonymous caller reported possible underage drinking and vehicles blocking Aspen Lane. Officers arrived at the scene and the juveniles released to responsible parties.
Anonymous caller reported a driver revving their engine excessively near residence on Pennock Street.
Multiple callers reported seeing a moose with a broken leg on Pioneer Ave.
A third party caller reported a possible domestic dispute. An officer reported to the scene on Landings Street. A man was arrested and housed at Homer jail and the woman was issued summons.
An officer contacted an individual walking on E. Pioneer. The pedestrian was provided with ice cleats to allow him to walk safely on the sidewalk.
A woman reported a moose had bedded down in front of her doorway, prohibiting access. Moose gave no signs of leaving any time soon.
Multiple calls reporting an injured sea otter on Bishops Beach. Seward Sealife Center was advised.
A man went to the police office to report a possible domestic dispute. Officers responded to the scene. A man was arrested and lodged at the Homer jail on two counts of assault in the fourth degree.
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