Police report – April 3

Fire

Kachemak Emergency Services responded to one search-and-rescue call during the week of March 25–31.
Homer Volunteer Fire Department responded to nine emergency medical service calls and one fire call for the week of March 25- 31.

Alaska State Troopers

April 1
•Troopers received a report of damage to the engine of a 1990 Peterbuilt tractor parked off North Fork Road in Anchor Point. Investigation revealed a foreign substance was placed in the fuel tank of the vehicle, causing engine damage in excess of $500. If you have any information on this or any other crime, contact the Alaska State Troopers at 907-235-8239 or Peninsula Crime Stoppers at 1-800-478-4258. The trooper investigation continues.

•Troopers received a report of theft from a motor vehicle parked on Charlie Drive in Homer. Investigation revealed a pair Oakley sunglasses and a red fuel can were removed from a vehicle that was parked and unattended. The sunglasses were described as maroon-framed with rose-colored lenses, and valued at approximately $180. The red, “sun-faded” five-gallon fuel can was valued at approximately $25. If you have any information on this or any other crime contact the Alaska State Troopers at 907-235-8239 or Peninsula Crime Stoppers at 1-800-478-4258. The trooper investigation continues.

March 26
• Drug Information: A man turned in a baggie of marijuana he found in the Duncan House parking lot.
• Report Very Dangerous Driver Immediately: A caller reported a reckless driver heading west on East End Road. The vehicle was passing unsafely and almost caused a collision. An officer made contact with the driver and found him not impaired.
March 27
• Fraud: A woman reported fraud and “grandparent” scam at the post office. An officer assisted USPS and outside legal agency.
March 28
• Suspicious Circumstances: An officer made contact with a juvenile female on East End Road and was able to provide transport to her home.
• Trespass: The USPS reported an intoxicated man sleeping in their lobby. An officer responded and removed him.
• Suicide Attempt/Threat: Homer High School reported a student making suicidal statements. The Office of Child Services and mental health professionals were notified.
March 29
• Disturbance: A caller reported loud music and excessive traffic at a neighbor’s house on Lakeside Court. Officers responded to the scene and warned the neighbors about disorderly conduct.
• Drug/Controlled Substance: A woman reported finding drugs at Homer High School.
March 30
• Civil Problem: A woman reported someone had taken the title to her car. She was concerned the person would go to the impound yard and claim her car.
• Domestic Dispute: A 911 caller reported a verbal domestic dispute on Klondike Avenue. An officer contacted the caller and the disputing parties were separated for the evening.
• Drug Information: A man reported possible drug activity in a business parking lot on Spit Road. An officer responded, but was unable to locate anyone.
• Disturbance: A caller reported a woman yelling and causing a disturbance outside local business on E. Pioneer Avenue.
March 31
• REDDI: A man reported a late ‘90s-model, dark van swerving on East End Road and driving extremely slow. An officer investigated, but was unable to locate the van.
• Suspicious Circumstances: A 911 caller reported a motorist discharging a firearm on Kachemak Drive. An officer responded, but found nothing suspicious.
• Motor Vehicle Accident: A man reported an accident with a pedestrian. There were no injuries and officer made contact with the pedestrian.
April 1
• Traffic: A caller reported a man driving up and down Soundview Avenue in a UTV/side-by-side ATV. An officer was unavailable at the time of the call.
•Driving While Intoxicated: A caller reported possible intoxicated woman at a store. An officer responded to the store and issued a DUI warning to the intoxicated woman.

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