Kachemak Emergency Services responded to four medical emergency calls and one fire call during the week of April 22-28.
Homer Volunteer Fire Department responded to seven emergency medical service calls and two fire calls for the week of April 22-28.
Anchor Point Fire and EMS responded to 5 medical calls and two fire calls the week of April 22-28.
Alaska State Troopers received a report of a motor vehicle collision involving a moose. AST responded and further investigation revealed Rachel Gauthier, age 38 of Kasilof, was driving southbound on the Sterling Highway in a 2010 Ford Escape near mile 104.5 of the highway. A moose walked out in front of her vehicle and she was unable to avoid it. A collision occurred, which caused major damage to her vehicle. Gauthier’s vehicle was towed from the scene and the Alaska Moose Federation picked up the moose to donate to charity. Gauthier was not injured as she was wearing her seatbelt at the time of the crash.
Alaska Wildlife Troopers cited Henry Kurgan, age 54 of Anchorage, for possessing 89 butter clams that measured less than 2.5 inches wide. Kurgan’s vessel and crew were contacted after returning from a clamming trip in Kachemak Bay. Bail is set at $196 in Homer District Court.
Alaska Wildlife Troopers cited Bobby N. Taylor, age 33 of Soldotna, for taking and possessing 100 undersized butter and littleneck clams that measured less than 2.5 inches and 1.5 inches, respectively. Taylor’s clamming group had harvested the clams from Kachemak Bay the previous day. Bail is set at $210 in Homer Court.
Traffic: A caller reported a reckless driver and an officer made contact with the driver. The driver was not impaired so it was thought to be a road rage incident.
Littering: A caller reported a large military dump truck losing trash bags from the back of it. An officer contacted the dump truck driver and instructed him to go back and pick up the litter.
Escape attempt:A prisoner attempted to escape Homer jail. He damaged the jail cell in the attempt and was charged with escape attempt and criminal mischief in the fourth degree.
Traffic: A caller reported a two tone blue van driving recklessly on Poopdeck Street and almost hitting their car. An officer was unavailable at the time of the call.
Traffic: A caller reported an unlicensed man driving a vehicle that was uninsured and unregistered. An officer was advised.
Domestic dispute: A man called to report a family member was using his personal information against him.
Harassment: A woman reported a co-worker photographing other co-workers while at work. An officer provided options for them.
Suicide attempt/threat: SVT reported a subject making suicidal statements. an officer went to the scene but the subject was okay.
Found property: A man turns in a car starter that fell off of a white pick-up truck at the stop light.
Motorist Assist: An officer assisted a motorist in pushing his vehicle to the gas station.
Domestic dispute: A 911 caller reported a domestic dispute in progress. Some officers went to the scene on Early Spring Street and arrested a woman and took her to the Homer jail.
Harassment: A woman went to to the police station and reported photos had been taken of her.
Suspicious circumstances: An offer contacted some juveniles in a local parking lot where alcohol was present. The man of age was asked to leave the premise with the alcohol.
Information: A man requested options concerning his teenage daughter who was not returning home.
City Ordinance: A woman reported a vehicle with a loud muffler which she thought was to be above the city ordinance noise levels.
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