Homer Volunteer Fire Department responded to nine Emergency Medical Service calls for the week of March 11 – 17.
Kachemak Emergency Services responded to one fire call and one motor vehicle/ATV accident last week.
Anchor Point Fire and Emergency Medical Services responded to five medical calls and two fire calls last week.
• Alaska State Troopers responded to a report of an intoxicated female in the roadway near the intersection of North Fork Road and the Sterling Highway in Anchor Point. Troopers responded to the scene and contacted Erica Ann McCrary, 30, of Anchor Point. McCrary was arrested at the scene without incident, transported and remanded to the Homer Police Department.
•Alaska State Troopers contacted Douglas Rich, 27, of Ninilchik, on a traffic stop. Investigation revealed Rich had an outstanding warrant. Rich was arrested and remanded to the Homer Jail.
•Alaska State Troopers responded to a single vehicle roll-over near mile 137 of the Sterling Highway. Investigation revealed Patricia Percifield. 55 of Anchor Point, lost control of the 1988 Ford Ranger she was operating and rolled it as she left the roadway. She and the passenger (the vehicle owner), Jonathan Taylor, 58 of Anchor Point, were not injured and both were wearing safety belts. Percifield was cited for operating a motor vehicle without motor vehicle insurance.
•Anchor Point based Troopers received a REDDI (report every dangerous driver immediately) complaint reporting that an individual was intoxicated and driving a 2000 GMC Yukon in the Ninilchik area. Troopers responded and located the vehicle stuck in a snow bank on Garroutte Street in Ninilchik. The driver was identified as Jeffrey Pasco, age 66, of Ninilchik. Investigation revealed Pasco to be impaired by alcohol. Pasco was arrested and transported to the Homer Jail.
•Anchor Point based Troopers came in to contact with Lauren Baker, 23, of Ninilchik while performing a DUI investigation at an address on Garroutte Street. A records check revealed Baker to have an outstanding arrest warrant for failing to appear for a prior driving while license revoked offense. Baker was arrested and transported to the Homer Jail.
•Alaska State Troopers responded to a report of a disturbance at a residence located near milepost 141 of the Sterling Highway. Troopers responded to the scene and contacted Casey B. Davis, 37, of Ninilchik who was highly intoxicated in violation of his parole. Further investigation at the scene revealed that Davis had assaulted a family member prior to the trooper’s arrival. Davis was arrested at the scene without incident, transported and remanded to the Homer Police Department.
Alaska State Troopers contacted Zachar Nye, 33 of Homer, on a traffic stop. Investigation revealed Nye was operating a motor vehicle while his privilege to drive was revoked. Nye was issued a misdemeanor citation to appear in court and was released from the scene.
•Troopers conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle near mile 165 of the Sterling Highway. Investigation revealed one of the passengers (Ashley Dour, age 25, of Anchor Point) to have an outstanding arrest warrant for theft. Dour was arrested and remanded at the Homer Jail pending arraignment.
•Alaska State Troopers received a report of a Caterpillar 966C front-end loader that had been stolen from the property located at 40285 Sterling Highway. Investigation determined the front-end loader, as well as a large amount of diesel fuel, had been stolen from the property. At approximately 5 p.m. Troopers were able to locate the front-end loader on Kettle View Avenue thanks to a citizen’s tip. The investigation continues.
•Alaska State Troopers responded to a report of a vehicle which had collided with a pedestrian near mile 135 of the Sterling Highway in Ninilchik. Investigation revealed that a Blue 1991 Chevrolet pickup truck was traveling northbound on the Sterling Highway and struck a male pedestrian who was walking on the shoulder of the northbound lane of travel. The male pedestrian received injuries as a result of the collision and was transported by Emergency Medical Services to Central
Peninsula Hospital in Soldotna for treatment. Investigation is still continuing.
•Alaska State Troopers responded to the area of Basargin Road in Voznesenka for a report of two juvenile males that had been riding a 4-wheeler and had collided with an SUV. Investigation determined the two males, who were both traveling on the same 4-wheeler, had been traveling southbound on Basargin Road at a high rate of speed as a red Ford Escape approached in the northbound lane. The driver of the 4-wheeler attempted to slow down and lost control of the 4-wheeler. It slid into the front of the Ford Escape, causing both riders to be thrown from the 4-wheeler. Both of the males were transported to South Peninsula Hospital for serious injuries sustained during the collision. None the occupants in the Ford Escape were injured. The investigation continues.
•Agency Assist Inside Alaska: An anonymous caller reported a deceased moose located in the ditch on Town Heights Lane. Fish and Game were notified.
•A caller reported a girl refusing to exit a local swimming pool. An officer reported to the scene.
•A caller reported the theft of some fuel oil on Ben Walters Lane.
•A third party caller reported a vehicle had broken through the ice on Beluga lake. An officer reported to the scene.
•A man called 911 to report that he will be homeless that night.
•A caller reported a man that had stolen some cigarettes was now back in the local store. The caller requested an officer and the suspect was arrested for theft in the fourth degree.
•A woman called to report loud music coming from a nearby apartment. Some officers reported to the scene on West Fairview Avenue but were unable to locate any loud music.
•An officer assisted with a disturbance at the court house.
•A caller reported a possible shoplifting had been caught on tape.
•A caller requested a patrol of Ben Walters Lane due to speeding vehicles.
•A 911 caller reported an accident that involved a moose. An officer reported to the scene and the vehicle was removed from Kachemak Drive and transport was provided.
• A caller reported loud music in a neighboring residence on Lakeside Court. An officer reported to the scene and issued warnings for the noise.
• A woman called to report the possible release of live rodents on West Hill Road after the fact.
•An anonymous caller reported a disturbance at a neighboring residence on Clover Place. An officer reported to the scene to find the disturbance was verbal only and subjects were warned for the noise.
• A man called 911 to report a verbal dispute between a man and a woman in an apartment complex parking lot on Main Street. An officer reported to the scene and separated the disputing couple.
•On a 911 open line call, men could be heard talking about frying cod. All was okay and nothing suspicious was heard.
•An officer assisted a man who reported to the police station with landlord/tenant issues.
•A woman reported a disturbance at the court house. An officer reported to the scene; it did not rise to the criminal level.
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