On 09/14/2013 at about 1602 hours AST received a call from Jeff Heath, age 63, of New Mexico, who reported that he and his wife (Sandra Heath, age 69, of New Mexico) had become injured while hiking from North Fork Road in Anchor Point. LifeMed Alaska responded by air, but it was unclear whether there would be a suitable landing zone in the area, so State Troopers from Anchor Point also responded by ground. LifeMed was able to locate both people and a landing zone in the area. Troopers met with the them and the LifeMed team in the field. Both subjects were flown to South Peninsula Hospital where they were treated for non-life-threatening injuries.
Anchor Point Fire and Emergency Services responded to one medical call the week of Sept. 23-29
Kachemak Emergency Services responded to three medical emergency calls and no fire calls.
Homer Volunteer Fire Department responded to 11 Emergency Medical Service calls and one fire call for the week of Sept. 23 – 30.
Threats: A subject went to the police counter to report threats made over the phone. An officer advised some options.
Burglary/Force: A 911 caller reported a laundry room and restroom broken into and vandalized. An officer went to the scene on the Sterling Highway.
Welfare Check: A caller reported a man playing in dirt near a local church. An officer went to the scene on Ohlson Lane and all was ok.
Theft from yard: A caller reported chickens and feeding and watering trays had been stolen from his yard on Pioneer Avenue.
Suspicious Circumstances: A woman reported witnessing a domestic dispute in the Safeway parking lot where a man threw a cup at another vehicle.
Suspicious Circumstances: A caller reported a man filling water jugs from a fire hydrant on Main Street. An officer went to the scene but was unable to locate a man with jugs.
Welfare Check: A caller requested a welfare check on a man digging in the dirt and grass, waving a stick and ranting on Ohlson Lane. An officer was advised.
Violating Camping Rules: A caller reported that a camper on the Spit was violating the camping rules by not paying fees. An officer went down to the Spit but was unable to locate said camper.
Suspicious Circumstances: The man who had reported threats later reported being chased.
Animal Related Complaint: A caller reported aggressive dogs were roaming around her house on Pogey Point Avenue. Animal control was advised.
Public Assist: A caller requested information about how to start a neighborhood watch.
Criminal Mischief: Homer High School reported graffiti painted on the west wall of the theatre and a smoke stack. An officer was advised.
Violation of conditional release: A caller reported an intoxicated woman may have gotten into a car and driven away. An officer went to the scene on Lake Street and the woman was arrested for violating conditions of release.
Assault/Strongarm: A woman called 911 to report a man had rammed her vehicle in a local parking lot, there were no injuries and the man had fled the scene. An officer went to the scene on Pioneer Avenue to find that the drivers had intentionally rammed each others cars during a domestic dispute. There were multiple collisions and directions of impact. The male driver was arrested for two counts of fourth degree assault and third degree criminal mischief.
Animal Related Complaint: A caller reported nuisance bears on Kia Lane.
Drugs/School: Homer High School reported a student had possession of drugs on school grounds. An officer was advised.
Suspicious Circumstances: A caller reported finding a knife on their back porch.
Animal Related Complaint: A 911 caller reported three horses running down the Sterling Highway, close to Walter Thomas.
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