Police report – Feb. 6


Homer Volunteer Fire Department responded to four emergency medical service calls and two fire calls for the week of Jan. 28 – Feb. 3.

Alaska State Troopers

Jan. 31
Troopers conducted a traffic stop on a white Ford Focus near milepost 157 of the Sterling Highway after a citizen complaint (REDDI). The driver was identified as Stephen R. Bernhardt, age 52, of Anchor Point. Investigation revealed that Bernhardt was driving while impaired and under the influence of alcohol.
Bernhardt was also found to be driving in violation of his limited license and there was no IID device in the vehicle. Bernhardt was arrested, transported and remanded to Homer Jail where he was held without bail.

Troopers contacted Gregory J. Wall, 22 of Homer, on a traffic stop. Investigation revealed Wall was operating a motor vehicle while his privilege to drive was suspended. Further investigation revealed Wall was in possession of marijuana. Wall was issued misdemeanor citations and released from the scene.

Homer Police

Jan. 28
Domestic Dispute: A woman called to report a domestic dispute on Main Street. An officer came to the scene but the dispute did not rise to a criminal level.
Domestic Dispute: Multiple callers reported a disturbance on Main Street.

Jan. 29
Theft from Vehicle: Fish and Game reported a possible theft of license plates from State vehicles.
Warrant Arrest: Man is arrested on outstanding warrant.
DV Written Service: A man is served a long term stalking order.

Jan. 30
Motor Vehicle Accident-Damage: A woman reported a MVA after the fact at the Homer Library parking lot. There were no injuries.
Public Assist: A woman advised that a possible suspect from an earlier theft had returned to the scene on Hazel Ave. An officer made contact with the suspect.

Jan. 31
A woman called 911 to report another woman causing a disturbance at a conference at Land’s End and refusing to leave. Officers came to the scene and the woman was removed from the area.
Suspicious Circumstances: A woman called to report seeing a safe on the roadside. An officer reported to the area.
Traffic Hazard: A woman called to report a bus stuck on Rochelle Road.

Feb. 1
Disturbance-Other: A man reported loud music at a neighboring apartment on W. Bunnell Avenue. An officer came to the scene and the person was warned for the noise.
Indecent Exposure: A woman called 911 to report indecent exposure in a vehicle parked at a local business on East End Road. An officer went to the scene, the call had been unfounded.

Feb. 2
Suspicious Circumstances: A caller requested info on buying a restaurants equipment that someone else claimed to have rights too.
Drug Information: A woman reported individuals in possible drug activity on Lake Street.

Feb. 3
Suspicious Vehicle: An officer contacts an occupied vehicle on East End Road which was pulled over to the side of the road. All was OK, the driver had pulled over to send a text message.

Feb. 4
Traffic warning: A driver was warned for speeding in a school zone.
Animal Related Offense/Complaint: A man called to report a pit bull had cornered and was harassing a moose and her calf. Animal control reported to the area but the pit bull was gone on their arrival.
Harassment: A man reported another man backing erratically and spinning his tires on East Pioneer Ave.

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