Homer Volunteer Fire Department responded to seven emergency medical service calls and two fire calls for the week of May 6 – 13.
Kachemak Emergency Services responded to one fire emergency call and five emergency medical calls during May 6th – 12th.
Anchor Point Fire & EMS responded to five medical calls and one fire call the week of May 6-12.
Welfare Check: A caller requested a welfare check on a man walking with no shoes or shirt and mumbling to himself. An officer went to the area of W. Bunnell Avenue but the shirtless man was already gone.
Theft from Vehicle: A man reported, after the fact, that there had been a theft from his car while it had been parked at the long term parking at the airport.
Disturbance:A caller reported a woman acting erratically outside a local business on Greatland Street. An officer went to the scene and gave the woman a trespassing from that building for one year.
Abandoned Vehicle: A caller reported a car had been left in a parking lot for the past five days on Lake Street. The car belonged to an employee.
Welfare Check: A 911 caller reported a man with no shoes was screaming on the roadside. An officer went to the scene on Jenny Way and the man was fine.
Agency Assist Inside Alaska: A person informed an officer that portable toilets were overflowing in a local campground on Spit Road. Public Works was notified.
Criminal/Malicious Mischief: A caller reported the theatre doors had been kicked in at the Homer High School.
Traffic: A man reported a white Ford spinning brodies at Mariner Park near people who were clamming. An officer was advised.
Suspicious Circumstances: A woman reported finding two empty whipping cream cans in the area near the library.
Traffic Warning: Another caller reported a white pickup spinning brodies on the beach endangering people. The driver was contacted and warned about driving.
Traffic: A man reported juveniles using a moped to tow a skateboarder. No officers were available at that time.
Suspicious Circumstances: An officer and an anonymous caller both reported black smoke coming from a smoke stack of a local business. An officer investigated, contacted the owner and all was okay. The owner will repair the chimney.
Animal Related Complaint: A caller reported two loose pigs running down the highway. Some officers went to the scene and Animal Control was notified. The pigs were corralled back into an enclosure and secured.
Traffic Hazard: A caller reported a parked vehicle rolling backwards. An officer went to the scene on E. Fairview Avenue and the registered owner was contacted.
Theft: A woman reported her 21-year-old son took money from her wallet.
Animal Related Offense: An officer was bitten by a dog while making contact with someone on a police matter.
City Ordinance: A caller reported weapons being discharged in the city limits. An officer contacted the subjects and found they were only shooting an air rifle. They were issued a warning for the noise.
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