Police Report – November 27

Kachemak Emergency Services responded to three  fire calls and one emergency medical call during the week of Nov. 18-24.
Homer Volunteer Fire Department responded to 12 EMS calls and no fire calls for the week of Nov. 18-23.
Anchor Point Fire & EMS responded to four medical calls and two fire calls the week of Nov. 18-24.

Nov. 19
Domestic Dispute: A caller reported wanting her boyfriend to move out. She was given some options. The boyfriend later called saying he was moving out.
Welfare Check: A caller reported concern for ice skaters on Beluga Lake. An officer went to the area and found all was OK since there was no open water.
Suspicious Circumstances: A caller reported someone pointing a firearm in his direction. An officer made contact with the uncooperative caller, who then reported no assault or fear.

Nov. 20
Traffic: A caller reported a mail vehicle passing two busses and driving very fast up Main Street.

Nov. 21
Civil Problem: A caller reported a vehicle had not been returned by prospective buyer. The caller later called back to report dispute had been resolved.
Traffic Hazard: A caller reported a sheet of plywood with nails in it was in the Southbound lane of the Sterling Highway. An officer went to the scene.
Traffic Hazard: A caller reported hazardous ice conditions at the bottom of Bartlett Street. Public Works was notified.

Nov. 22
Traffic Hazard: A caller reported a pot hole on Pioneer Avenue. Public Works was notified and reported the pot hole would be coned off.
Disorderly Conduct: A 911 caller requested a welfare check on a man walking in the roadway and falling repeatedly. An officer went to the scene and the man was arrested for disorderly conduct.

Nov. 23
Driving while intoxicated: A driver left his car in a ditch,  taking a taxi cab, but an officer caught up with him. He was arrested for DUI and housed at Homer jail.
Welfare Check: An anonymous caller requested a welfare check on a man sitting close to the road on Ocean Drive. An officer went to the area, all was OK, and gave the man a ride.

Nov. 25
Civil Problem: Several people report their Toyo stove has not been repaired, as had been agreed upon. An officer was advised.

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