Homer Volunteer Fire Department responded to five emergency medical service calls for the week of March 4–10.
Kachemak Emergency Services responded to two medical emergency calls and one fire call the week of March 4-10.
Alaska State Troopers
Troopers contacted 37-year-old Maude Halbur of Homer while conducting a welfare check at a Homer residence. Halbur was arrested for an outstanding arrest warrant on the original charge of Driving While License Suspended. She was remanded to Homer Jail.
Anchor Point-based troopers stopped William Harris-Tucker, 22, of Kenai, for a moving violation at Mile 153 of the Sterling Highway. Harris-Tucker was found to possess a concealed 9mm handgun, as well as a short-barreled, pistol-grip shotgun. He was placed under arrest for misconduct involving weapons. Following his arrest, troopers found a personal-use amount of marijuana on him. Harris-Tucker was transported to and remanded without bail at the Homer Jail.
• A woman reported hitting a chain that was laying across East End Road while a tow truck was pulling a vehicle out of the ditch.
• A man called to report several vehicles had stopped along West Hill Road to take a picture of an owl. An officer responded to the scene.
• A woman reported her husband was threatening to remove her belongings from their residence. An officer advised options because the caller was outside city limits.
• An elderly woman reported an abandoned dog tied up and barking behind her residence. An officer reported to the scene on Bayview Avenue and left a message for the dog’s owner.
• Homer High School reported a female student in possession of marijuana. A responding officer gave the girl a felony summons for drugs on school grounds.
• U.S. Fish and Wildlife reported a work vehicle had been damaged while an unknown person had attempted to syphon gas from it.
• A man reported drug activity at a local job site on Sterling Highway.
• A 911-caller reported 20–30 illegal aliens working on the pipeline on Tall Tree Road.
• A caller reported a woman ranting, then sitting outside in her car for several hours on Lake Street. The woman left the scene before an officer could make contact.
• A woman reported a fight in progress outside a local business on the Bypass. A responding officer was unable to locate any fighting.
• An officer conducted a security check of the post office and found a man sleeping in the building again. The officer told the man if he was found again, he would be charged with criminal trespassing.
• A caller reported attempted forced entry of an East End Road business.
• An anonymous caller reported a dog in a local parking lot next to a car for a long period of time. The owner could not be seen at the car. An officer reported to the scene to find the dog was physically OK, but could not be coaxed from under the car with treats. A message was left with Animal Control.
• An anonymous caller reported a dog in a local parking lot for a long period of time. A message was left with Animal Control.
• A man reported an eagle was acting suspiciously on Spit Road.
• A man called to report an aggressive dog. Animal control responded.
• An anonymous caller reported dogs at large on Ternview Place. Animal control reported to the scene.
• A woman requested police patrol due to suspicions that neighbors might be stealing her firewood.
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