Police Report – June 26

For the week of June 16-June 23 Kachemak Emergency Services responded to four fire calls and three medical emergency calls.
Anchor Point Fire and EMS responded to 4 medical calls and 3 fire calls the week of June 17 – June 23.
Homer Volunteer Fire Department responded to 10 EMS calls and 2 fire calls for the week of June 17 – 23.

Alaska State Troopers
June 19
Alaska State Troopers and Alaska Wildlife Troopers responded to a reported disturbance with shots fired on Char Court in Homer. Upon arrival, Troopers were challenged by an intoxicated male individual who yelled at troopers and made reference to a .44 caliber handgun. As troopers were establishing a perimeter, the individual fired several shots from his handgun. Members of the Southern Special Emergency Reaction Team and crisis negotiators responded from Soldotna with a BearCat armored tactical response vehicle. Members of SERT were able to use the BearCat to safely approach and contact the suspect, identified as Timothy Magee, 39, of Homer. Magee surrendered without further incident. He was arrested and remanded to the Homer jail on the charges of assault in the third and second degree and misconduct  involving weapons fourth (possessing a firearm while intoxicated).
June 21
Sergei Basargin, 25, of Voznesenka, was issued a citation by the Alaska Wildlife Troopers Anchor Point Post for sport fishing in closed waters and sport fishing without a license. Basargin was contacted while sport fishing in the Ninilchik River from an anchored commercial fishing boat. Total bail set at $320.
Dennis Martishev, 17, of Voznessenka, was issued a citation by the Alaska Wildlife Troopers Anchor Point Post, for sport fishing in closed waters. Martishev was contacted sport fishing in the Ninilchick River from an anchored commercial fishing boat. Bail  $110.

June 16
Traffic: A driver was issued a warning for disorderly conduct for spinning brodies near the Spit Road.
Assist Fire Department: An off-duty officer and multiple others called 911 to report a wildfire.  An officer went to the scene on Alan Drive along with HVFD, KESA and the Forestry Service.
Disturbance: A caller reported someone panhandling on the Spit. An officer went down to the Spit but was unable to locate panhandler.


June 17
Welfare Check: An intoxicated man requested a welfare check on himself. An officer went to check on him and all was OK.
Welfare Check: An anonymous caller requested a welfare check on a man. An officer went to the area and found the man was fine, just resting in the sunshine.
Disturbance: A man reported someone operating loud, heavy machinery on Ternview Place at a late hour. Officers responded and  issued the machine operator a warning for disorderly conduct.

June 18
Suspicious Circumstances: Dispatch received a 911 mis-dial. On the call-back the caller stated her nine month old had dialed 911 while playing with the phone.
City Ordinance: A caller reported someone firing a gun at birds inside city limits. An officer went to the scene and told the gunman of the city ordinance.
Trespass: A caller reported a man camping out at the post office. An officer went to the post office  and told the camper he needed to relocate.

June 19
Found Property: An officer found a television on the side of East End Road.
REDDI: A caller reported a dark colored flatbed driving recklessly and forcing vehicles off Kachemak Drive. An officer was advised.

June 21
Suspicious Circumstances: On a 911 misdial talk of onions and cooking was heard in the background.
Animal Complaint: Multiple callers reported two loose dogs attacking a mother and two baby moose. An officer reported to the scene on Ben Walters Lane and the dogs were taken to the shelter.
City Ordinance: A caller reported juveniles lighting fireworks and having a possibly unsafe campfire on the beach.

June 22
Suspicious Circumstances: A woman called and reported after the fact that an unknown man had walked up to her porch, stood for a minute without knocking, and then went back to his car and drove away.

June 23
Animal Complaint: A caller reported two nine week old puppies neglected and locked in an outhouse without food.  An officer went to the scene on Glen View to check on the puppies. The puppies were removed and placed in the care of the animal shelter.

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