Police report – May 22

Fire and EMS
May 13-19
Homer Volunteer Fire Department responded to 12 emergency medical calls and one fire call. Kachemak Emergency Services responded to one fire call and five emergency medical calls. Anchor Point Fire and EMS responded to three medical calls and one fire call.

Alaska State Troopers
May 15
Troopers responded to a motor vehicle collision with injury at Mile 163 of the Sterling Highway. Investigation revealed Phillip Jainese, age 69, of Anchor Point, lost control of his vehicle, ran off the road and hit a tree on the east side of the highway. Anchor Point EMS responded and transported Jainese to South Peninsula Hospital, where he was flown to Providence Hospital in Anchorage in critical condition.
May 15
Found Property: A caller reported finding a large bucket of tools and a tool belt on the road. The tools were returned to their owner.
Suspicious Circumstances: A caller reported a suspicious man checking doors to buildings. An officer went to the scene and gave the suspicious man a ride home.
Intoxicated Pedestrian: A caller reported a man passed out on a trail on Klondike Avenue. An officer responded and the man was transported to the hospital by a medic.
Animal Related Complaint: A caller reported two eagles stuck together in a tree on Ben Walters Lane. A message was left with US Fish and Wildlife.
Drug Investigation: An officer conducted a traffic stop on E. Pioneer Avenue, and had the vehicle towed for drug investigation.
May 16
Animal Related Complaint: A woman reported a dead sea otter near Mariner Park. The Sealife Center was advised.
Public Assist: A caller requested a welfare check on an agitated female on East End Road. An officer responded and found the woman to be OK. She left the facility, but is trespassed from it for a year.
May 17
Harassment: A caller reported a woman harassing her at work, and requested information on how to get a restraining order.
Traffic Warning: A driver was warned for driving against the flow of traffic.
REDDI: A 911 caller reported a vehicle spinning doughnuts and the driver possibly under the influence. An officer went to the area and made contact with the driver and found they were not intoxicated.
Trespass: A caller reported a suspicious man trying to enter locked buildings on Jenny Way. An officer responded and arrested the man for criminal trespass. He was housed at Homer Jail.
May 19
Theft from Building: A woman reported her roommate had called, stating her bicycle had been stolen from their residence on Early Spring Street. An officer went to the residence, but no one answered the door and he was unable to locate the women.
Theft: A woman called to report someone had gone through her unlocked car on East End Road, but nothing was missing.
Welfare Check: A caller reported he couldn’t reach a hitchhiker he had given a ride to Homer a few days ago. She stayed at his trailer on the Spit. He returned to Anchorage, but now she wouldn’t answer his calls.
Traffic: A caller reported a white pick-up truck with an excessively loud muffler speeding up and down Ben Walters Lane. The driver was contacted by phone and he stated he planned to fix the muffler when he has the money to do so.
Threats: A caller reported someone had picked up a pipe to defend themselves against him, then threw down the pipe and walked away.
Civil Problems/Assist: Safeway manager called to report a petitioner refusing to leave the front of the store. An officer responded, made contact with the petitioner, who was trespassed from Homer Safeway property for one year.
Animal Related Complaint: A man reported a dead sea otter on the beach off Spit Road. Fish and Wildlife were notified.

May 20
Burglary/Force/Non-Residence: A caller reported a burglary at an office on Hillfair Court. An officer went to the scene.
Theft from watercraft: A man reported a theft of items from a boat after the fact.
Theft from Building: A caller reported a theft of medication from residence on E. Bunnell.

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