Homer Volunteer Fire Department responded to nine Emergency Medical Service calls and one fire call for the week of Feb. 18 – 24.
The Anchor Point Fire and EMS responded to one fire call and three medical emergencies last week.
A woman called to report a vehicle parked in the oncoming lane on Skyline Drive and not moving. An officer came to the scene and the woman driver was arrested for driving while intoxicated.
A man called 911 to report a red and black pick-up truck speeding on East End Rd and passing unsafely. Officers were unable to locate the truck.
An officer conducted a traffic stop on the Sterling Highway. One man was arrested for driving while license was revoked and he was housed at the Homer jail. Another man was summoned for misconduct involving a controlled substance.
A 911 caller reported someone screaming near East End Rd. An officer went to the scene, made contact with the screaming person and provided transport to their residence.
A man requested assistance with trespassing man from a building on E. Pioneer. An officer went to the scene. The trespassing man had been trespassing for a week.
An officer assists Fish and Game with contacting an individual operating a snow machine through critical habitat area. The driver was given a warning.
Multiple callers reported incessantly barking dog was disrupting their sleep. An officer reported to the scene on Ocean Dr. Loop.
A man reported that the door of his house on Pennock Street had been kicked in.
A man goes to the police station counter to report a bag full of his belongings was taken from a local motel.
A woman called to report that an unknown person was knocking on her door and trying the handle. An officer came to the scene but was unable to locate knocker.
Alaska State Troopers responded to a non-injury motor vehicle crash involving a single vehicle striking a guardrail near mile 113.4 of the Seward Highway. This section of the Seward Highway is within the Seward Highway Traffic Safety Corridor. The crash investigation determined Lance Robert Calhoon-Dinwoodie, 23, was operating an early 2000’s model sport utility vehicle traveling southbound. The vehicle lost traction on the ice covered pavement. Calhoon-Dinwoodie was unable to maintain control of the vehicle. The vehicle struck the southbound side guardrail. The guardrail was damaged. Calhoon-Dinwoodie’s vehicle sustained more than $500 damage and had to be towed from the scene. Calhoon-Dinwoodie and his adult passenger were using seat-belts and were uninjured.
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