Police Report – July 17

Fire:  July 8-15
Homer Volunteer Fire Department responded to 13 EMS calls and one fire call.
Kachemak Emergency Services responded to four medical emergency calls and one fire call.
Anchor Point Fire and EMS responded to five medical calls and three fire calls.
The Anchor Point Fire and Emergency Medical Service Area Board will hold its regularly scheduled meeting today, July 17, at 6:30 p.m at Station One. The public is welcome and encouraged to attend.

July 8
Suspicious Vehicle: A woman reported a man passed out in a car with one door open. An officer made contact with the sleeping man, who said he was having vehicle problems.

July 9
Animal Related Complaint: A woman reported she was receiving unwanted phone calls about an animal issue.
Traffic: A caller reported a large, dark colored Ford pick-up truck emitting noxious fumes and excessive smoke driving westbound on East End Road. Officer advised.
Welfare Check: A caller reported a possibly intoxicated man acting strangely on the beach. An officer responded to the beach, but was unable to locate the possibly intoxicated man.

July 10
Suspicious Circumstances: A woman reported her neighbor had come into her home and locked her out of her computer. Officer advised.
Animal-Related Offense: A man called 911 to report tourists getting too close to a moose. An officer responded and found the tourists and moose to be OK.
Suspicious Circumstances: A caller reported someone shooting paintballs from a car at pedestrians and other cars.

July 11
Animal Related Offense: A Cityview Avenue man reported a noisy dog outside one of his neighbors’ homes without food or water. An officer responded.
Animal Related Complaint: A woman reported her honey bees had swarmed away from the hive and may be in the area of Bonanza Road.
Suspicious Vehicle: A 911 caller reported a suspicious person in a car with binoculars. An officer went to the area but was unable to locate a car.

July 12
Agency Assist: A caller reported a boat nearly sinking in the harbor. The harbor master was advised.
Traffic Hazard: A 911 caller reported a semi truck full of asphalt had lost its rear axle and was blocking traffic. Officers responded to the scene and found traffic control provided by the construction company.

July 13
Welfare Check: An officer made contact with a man who wasn’t wearing a shirt and waving a stick in a parking lot. The shirtless man was given a ride home.
Animal Related: A man reported he had lost his dog, a brown lab with white paws.

July 14
Traffic: A caller reported a car driving on a local trail, with a door hanging off the car and speeding. An officer went to Poopdeck Trail but was unable to locate the car.
Found Property: A caller reported an abandoned tent on Beluga Place. An officer impounded the tent. The owner of the tent later retrieved it.

On July 6, at 7:45 p.m., Alaska Wildlife Troopers from Anchor Point issued a citation to a 44-year-old Homer man for being in possession nine salmon caught in Tutka Bay, when the limit is six. Bail was set at $110 in Homer Court.
On July 6, at 7:45 p.m., troopers contacted a 51-year-old Homer man during a boating safety inspection at the Homer Harbor. Investigation revealed the man had four people aboard his vessel with only two PFDs. The registration for his boat was also expired as of July 4.  The subject was cited for failure to register a powerboat and not having enough PFDs aboard his vessel. Combined bail was set at $170 in Homer Court.
On July 9, at 8:48 p.m., troopers contacted a green, four-door KIA in the parking lot of Wasabi’s restaurant. The person in the driver seat was identified as a 25-year-old Bethel women. Investigation revealed the woman was under the influence of alcohol. She was arrested for DUI and transported to Homer Jail, where she was remanded on $500 bail.

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