Police Report – June 19

Anchor Point Fire & EMS responded to four medical calls and two fire calls the week of June 10 – June 16.
Homer Volunteer Fire Department responded to 12 EMS calls and four fire calls for the week of June 10 – 17.
June 11 – Crews responded to a vehicle fire at the Down East Saloon.
June 13 – Crews responded to a fire in driftwood at Bishops Beach.
June 15 – Crews responded to a residence on Ocean Drive Loop for an electrical fire in a water heater.


June 11
Patrol Request: Additional patrols were requested to the Farmer’s Market on Wednesdays and Saturdays due to issues with vehicles parking outside the designated areas.
Animal Related Complaint: A caller reported a bear sighting on the Homestead Trail. Fish and Game were advised.
Disturbance: A man called to report his neighbor was causing a disturbance. An officer was unavailable at the time but the man called back to say his neighbor had left peacefully.

June 12
City Ordinance: A caller reported two men soliciting auto body repair work from a new dark blue Durango. An officer made contact with the two men.
Suspicious Circumstances: A caller reported to an officer there was a possible boat launch at Beluga Lake. An officer went to the lake but the claim was unfounded.
Animal Related Complaint: A woman reported a baby moose with a plastic bag in its mouth.

June 13
Theft from vehicle: A caller reported a theft of a commercial mixer/grinder from a vehicle last week.
Civil Problem: A woman reported her neighbor was in her residence visiting with her spouse very often. An officer gave her some options.
Assist Fire Department: A 911 caller requested medical assistance with an adolescent who was having a seizure. Patrol officers went to the scene and assisted with traffic.
Vandalism: A caller reported vandalism to eight different vehicles on Kachemak Drive. An officer was advised.

June 14
Suspicious Circumstances: A 911 caller reported concern for a kite surfer down in the water. An officer was advised.

June 15
Traffic: A caller who reported a white pick-up truck with an excessively load muffler which had been contacted multiple times to fix their muffler. The owner of the truck said he would fix it when he had the money.
Theft from vehicle: A caller reported gas caps to vehicles possibly tampered with and were lying on the ground in the parking lot.

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