Alaska State Troopers
Oct. 5, troopers contacted a white Chevy pickup stuck in the ditch near Mile 1 of the Old Sterling Highway after receiving a REDDI report. The driver was identified as a 35-year-old Port Lyons man, and investigation revealed he had been driving under the influence, driving with a revoked license, and had a warrant out for his arrest. The driver was arrested for DUI, DWLR and the warrant and transported to Homer jail where he was remanded with no bail.
Oct. 5, troopers observed a blue Honda Civic speeding near Mile 171 of the Sterling Highway. The driver was identified as a 38-year-old Homer man, and an APSIN search revealed his Oregon license was suspended. He was arrested for DWLS and remanded to Homer jail.
Oct. 6, troopers observed a silver-blue Chevrolet pickup speeding near Mile 162 of the Sterling Highway. The driver of the pickup was identified as a 15-year-old Homer youth. A search in APSIN and Mississippi revealed the driver had an instructional permit only, and his passenger was not over age 21. Troopers issued the youth a misdemeanor citation for Violation of an Instructional Permit.
Oct. 8, troopers received a report of theft from a vehicle parked at an Anchor Point business. Investigation revealed unknown individuals stole an estimated $2,000 in stereo equipment from the vehicle. The investigation continues.
Oct. 10, troopers and the Homer Police Department contacted a 20-year-old Nanwalek man at a residence off the Sterling Highway. Investigation revealed the man had an outstanding warrant for his arrest on charges of First-Degree Sexual Abuse of a Minor and Second-Degree Sexual Abuse of a Minor. The man was arrested, transported and remanded to Homer jail, where he was held on a $60,000 cash bail.
Oct. 12, troopers contacted a 26-year-old Anchor Point man during a traffic stop for a moving violation. Investigation revealed the driver was in possession of methamphetamines and marijuana. He was arrested, transported and remanded to Homer jail, where he was held without bail.
Assault: Homer High School reported a student had assaulted an employee. Officers went to the scene.
Animal-Related: A caller reported killing a bear in his chicken coop. Fish and Game were advised.
Fugitive from Justice: Federal Marshals reported a wanted person may be in the Homer area. Homer Police and Troopers were advised.
Drugs/School: Homer High School reported a student with marijuana on school grounds at 10 a.m. Officers responded, and were called back at 2 p.m., when marijuana was reported on school grounds.
Animal Related: A woman reported suspected bear activity in her neighborhood on Mountain View and E. Bayview Avenues as a Dumpster had been upturned and garbage was everywhere.
Child Abuse: A caller reported possible child abuse and neglect in the Homer area.
Trespass: South Peninsula Hospital Security reported a man in the lower parking lot high on meth and requested an officer to respond. The man was trespassed for one year.
Animal Related: A woman reported she was unable to get to her car to leave her residence, as a bull moose was in her yard. She requested an officer’s assistance.
Suspicious Circumstances: A anonymous caller reported numerous suspicious-looking cars on Bishop’s Beach. An officer responded and found no alcohol. Everyone was behaving.
Drugs: An officer seized drug paraphernalia during a traffic stop.
Suspicious Circumstances: A 911 caller reported a car pulled into a local business parking lot, a man got out and slashed the tires of another car and then got back in the first car and drove off.
Violation of Conditional Release: A third-party caller requested a welfare check on a woman who said she had taken an unknown amount of pills. The caller also said the woman may be intoxicated. An officer responded, arrested the woman for violating conditions of release and took her to the hospital.
Disturbance: A woman reported a possible disturbance at a Hillview Place home via email on the city website. Officers responded to the scene and contacted the parties. All were intoxicated, but OK.
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