Police Report – August 21

Homer Volunteer Fire Department responded to 15 emergency medical service calls and no fire calls the week of Aug. 12–19.
Kachemak Emergency Services responded to one EMS call and two fire calls.
Anchor Point Fire and EMS responded to eight medical calls and four fire calls..
Anchor Point Fire and EMS Area Board will hold its regularly scheduled meeting on Wednesday, Aug. 21 at 6:30 p.m. at Station 1. The public is welcome and encouraged to attend.

On Aug. 17, around 8:20 p.m., Soldotna troopers received a REDDI report of two subjects operating two four wheelers in the Ninilchik area who were believed to be impaired by alcohol. AST and the Bureau of Highway Patrol Kenai Peninsula Team located one of the ATVs and the operator near Milepost 135.5 of the Sterling Highway. The operator was identified as a 49-year-old Ninilchik woman who was operating a 1992 Honda ATV while under the influence of alcohol. She was placed under arrest for DUI and remanded to Homer Jail with bail set at $500.

On Aug. 18, around 7:30 p.m., State Troopers from Anchor Point responded to Port Graham for the investigation of an infant death. Preliminary investigation revealed that a 7-month-old boy had been found deceased by his parents several hours after being put down for a nap in their home. The child’s body has been sent to the state medical examiner’s office in Anchorage for examination. Investigation is ongoing.

Aug. 13
Public Assist: A woman brought suspected drug paraphernalia that had been sent through the mail, to the police station.

Aug. 14
Suspicious Circumstances: A caller reported seeing what looked like a boat on fire in the Bay. Officers responded and determined it was two boats casting a reflection of light on the water.
Trespass: A caller reported a belligerent man at an East End Road restaurant would not leave. An officer responded and the man was trespassed from the restaurant for one year.

Aug. 15
Suspicious Circumstances: A caller reported a vessel on its side and possibly sinking. The RCC was already aware of this vessel from the report two weeks ago.
Traffic Hazard: A caller reported two boys skateboarding on West Hill.
Intoxicated Pedestrian: A caller reported an intoxicated man asleep on a bench on the Spit. An officer responded, but didn’t find the man.
Disturbance: A caller reported a loud dump truck. No officer was available at the time of the call.
Protective Custody: A 911 caller reported a man creating a disturbance in a parking lot. An officer responded, took the man into protective custody and transported him to South Peninsula Hospital.

Aug. 17
Animal Related Offense: A caller reported a dog locked in a car on East Fairview Avenue for several days. An officer responded and contacted the owner, who found alternate housing for the dog.
Suspicious Circumstances: A caller reported sludge running down the side of the street. An officer responded and contacted some construction workers, who said the substance was just water and mud.
Welfare Check: A 911 caller reported a woman pushing a bike by the side of the road, looking tired. An officer was advised.

Aug. 18
Animal-Related Complaint: A caller reported dogs trapped in the incoming tide. The caller later reported the dogs were fine and were swimming toward shore.
Indecent Exposure: A 911 caller reported a man urinating on a Pioneer Avenue sidewalk.
Animal-Related Complaint: A caller reported two three-month-old puppies had followed him home. An officer assisted him in transporting the puppies to the animal shelter.
Suspicious Circumstances: A woman reported a suspicious man asking her for times and dates of when her house would be occupied.

Aug. 19
Protective Custody: A caller reported an intoxicated neighbor on West Fairview Avenue was banging loudly on mailboxes and items in his home. An officer responded, transported the neighbor to SPH for protective custody and then transferred to Homer Jail.

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