Alaska State Troopers
On Aug. 28 at 12:32 p.m., Alaska State Troopers responded to a
reported theft on Fanning Road in Homer. Investigation revealed two large marine batteries, valued at approximately $800, were stolen from a boat parked at the residence. During the investigation, troopers contacted a 32-year-old man and 41-year-old woman, both of Homer. The man was arrested for Theft 2 and the woman was arrested for a probation violation. Both were remanded to Homer Jail. The batteries were recovered and returned to the victim.
On Aug. 29 at 11:30 a.m., Alaska State Troopers responded to a
disturbance at an Anchor Point residence. After investigation, they found a 53-year-old Anchor Point man was violating conditions of his release. He was arrested and remanded to Homer Jail.
Anchor Point Fire and Emergency Medical Services responded to three medical calls and one structure fire the week of Aug. 26 – Sept. 1
Homer Volunteer Fire Department responded to 12 emergency medical service calls the week of Aug. 26 – Sept. 1.
Theft by Deception: Best Western Bidarka reported a young man and woman eating at the breakfast buffet without paying and stating they were guests at the hotel. An officer was advised.
Threats: The library reported an adult man threatened a couple of young women with a knife. An officer went to the scene on Hazel Street but the call was unfounded.
Disturbance: An anonymous caller reported a noise disturbance from a neighboring party. An officer went to area on Hidden Way, made contact with the noisy neighbors and advised them to keep the noise down.
Disturbance: A caller reported trucks using loud brakes in a residential area. An officer went to the area of Meadow Drive and contacted the business owner.
Forgery: A caller reported counterfeit currency. An officer responded.
Drugs/School: A caller reported possible drugs on school property. An officer went to the scene on Ben Walters Lane.
Welfare Check: A caller reported a possible boat in distress in the bay. Alaska State Troopers and the harbormaster were notified but the call was unfounded.
Suspicious Circumstances: A suspect from a previous theft was recognized by the business staff. An officer went to the scene on East Pioneer Avenue and the suspect was arrested and housed at the Homer jail.
Vehicle in Ditch: A 911 caller reported a motorcycle in the ditch on Skyline Drive. An officer went to scene and searched for the driver. The driver was later located near home and taken to South Peninsula Hospital by a neighbor.
Intoxicated Pedestrian: A local taxi arrived at Homer Police Department, reporting their intoxicated passenger didn’t remember where he lived. An officer assisted the passenger by contacting and arranging alternate transportation to the home of a friend.
Assault: A 911 caller reported screaming in the area and that a woman had been assaulted by a man who had already left after also threatening another man. The assaulter was arrested.
Drug information: A 911 caller reported a vehicle driving on the Spit that had left a residence after purchasing drugs. An officer contacted the vehicle but found no drugs.
Comments are closed