Police Report – July 24

Kachemak Emergency Services responded to one emergency medical call for a motor vehicle accident during the week of July 15 – 22.

Homer Volunteer Fire Department responded to seven EMS calls two fire calls for the week of July 15 – 21.

Anchor Point Fire & EMS responded to four medical calls the week of July 15 – 21.

• On July 10, Alaska State Troopers responded to a Spern Road residence in Anchor Point for a reported theft. Investigation revealed between July 5-10, gas cans and water cans were stolen from the property. The cans were valued at $60. Investigation continues.

• On July 15, Alaska State Troopers responded to a motor vehicle collision on Wilderness Lane. Investigation revealed a 37-year-old Homer man was driving a 1997 Honda Passport when he lost control and collided with trees on the side of the road. The driver was uninjured and damage to the vehicle was estimated at $1,000. Further investigation revealed the subject was operating the motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. He was arrested for DUI and was remanded to the Homer Jail.

• On July 19 Troopers responded to a one vehicle roll over near mile
7 East End Road. Investigation revealed Corey Green, age 22, of Homer lost control of his SUV causing it to roll at least once. KESA responded and transported Green to South Peninsula Hospital for minor injuries. Investigation continues into the crash.

• On July 19, Troopers were patrolling near mile 157 Sterling Hwy. They observed Anatoly Kojin, age 28, of Anchor Point driving a tan Subaru, with no front bumper, driving past the trooper post. Troopers
contacted the vehicle at the Anchor River store and verified the identity of the driver as Kojin. Investigation revealed Kojin’s driver’s license was revoked. Troopers arrested Kojin for DWLR and remanded him to the Homer jail.

• On July 20, Troopers responded to a MVC-D involving four vehicles. Prior to their arrival on scene troopers were advised that a maroon Pontiac Grand Am left the scene after being involved in the accident. Troopers stopped a vehicle matching the description at mile 152.5 Sterling Hwy and identified the driver as Terry Shade, age 44, of Anchor Point. Investigation revealed Shade’s driver’s license was revoked, and she had no liability insurance. Troopers arrested Shade for leaving the scene of an Accident, DWLR and no liability insurance and remanded her to the Homer jail.

July 15
• Animal Related Complaint: Homer Volunteer Fire Department reported receiving calls about a bear cub in a travel trailer. An officer went to investigate but was unable to locate any travel trailer or bear cub.
• Traffic:  A woman reported a spray-painted, white pick-up with it’s door hanging off and driving down Poopdeck Trail. An officer was advised.
• Assault:  A 911 caller reported he had been hit in the head with a rock and that he had stabbed another person. Some officers and EMS went to the scene on Spit Road. Officers found one man was a fugitive from justice and they took him into custody.
• Motor Vehicle Accident: A woman went to police station to report a fallen rock from a city dump truck has smashed her windshield.
• Traffic: A caller reported witnessing a vehicle roll into another. There was no damage he could see and then the driver moved the vehicle. An officer went to the scene but was unable to locate the vehicles.
• Drug Information: An anonymous caller reported seeing four male juveniles smoking weed on a playground. An officer went to the scene on Campground Road but was unable to locate juveniles.

July 16
• Intoxicated pedestrian:  A harbor officer reported an intoxicated man staggering near a vehicle with the alarm going off. The keys to the vehicle were lost and a tow truck was requested.
• Traffic:  A caller reported a car stuck in the mud in a right of way. No plates were available. An officer went to the scene on Charles Way but was unable to locate any vehicles stuck.
• Criminal Mischief:  A caller reported a rock had been thrown through his door window. An officer went to the scene on Cityview Drive. The caller reported nothing was stolen.
• Animal Complaint:  A woman called to reported an incessantly barking dog on Svedlund and Danview Drive. Animal control was notified.
• Suspicious Circumstances: A caller reported an adult woman was making plans to meet with a stranger in the Homer area. No officer was available at the time of call.

July 17
• Harassment: A caller reported her neighbor was harassing her. An officer went to the scene on Lake Street and advised the neighbor to stop her behavior.
• Child Neglect: A caller reported an unattended four year old boy at Karen Hornaday Park. An officer went to the park to investigate.

July 18
• REDDI: A caller reported speeding in the construction zone and passing on the right side. An officer was advised.
• Suspicious Circumstances:  A 911 caller reported a man pacing on the roadside, yelling and carrying a cooler. An officer went to the scene but all was ok.
• Disturbance:  A caller reported a loud generator at a campground on the spit. The generator owner was contacted and they agreed to turn it off for the night.

July 19
• Animal Related Complaint: A caller reported a porcupine stuck in a fishing net at a home on Bartlett Street. Fish and Game were notified.

July 20
• Traffic: A caller reported a possible boat in distress off the Spit. The Harbor Master was notified.

July 21
• Disturbance:  A 911 caller reported returning to their campsite to find things had been taken. An officer went to the scene on the Spit and arrested a man for the theft of the items. Items were returned to the owner.
• Suspicious Circumstances: A caller reported her neighbor took her wallet. She called back later and said she found her wallet under the sofa.
• Animal Related Complaint: A woman reported a riderless horse walking down Bell Ave.
• Intoxicated Pedestrian:  A 911 caller reported an intoxicated pedestrian stumbling into traffic and walking in the road. An officer went to Pioneer Avenue and gave the man a ride to his hotel for the evening.

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