Police Report – November 6

Oct. 28 – Nov. 3
Homer Volunteer Fire Department responded to 12 emergency medical calls and three fire calls.
Kachemak Emergency Services responded to two EMS calls.

Alaska State Troopers
Mi 42.5 Seward Highway On Oct. 30 at 5:22 p.m., the Bureau of Highway Patrol, Kenai Peninsula Team conducted a traffic stop on a Chevrolet van for expired vehicle registration. Investigation revealed a passenger in the van was a 43-year-old Homer man with a $2,500.00 Anchorage AST warrant for his arrest. The subject was originally charged with Criminal Trespass in the first and second degree, Theft of Services and fifth-degree Criminal Mischief. The subject was arrested and transported to the Seward Jail, where he was remanded.

Oct. 30
Drug Information: A woman called to report finding a syringe at her child’s bus stop on Ben Walters and Neilson Circle. An officer was advised.
Vehicle Tampering: An email found after-the-fact reported tampering of an airplane. An officer was advised.
Fugitive from Justice: Two people were arrested on outstanding governors warrant.
Theft of Services: The Otter Room reported a man had left without paying his tab and presented an invalid debit card. An officer was advised.

Oct. 31
Drug Investigation: An officer conducted a traffic stop on Pioneer Avenue and seized and destroyed a small amount of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
Disturbance: An officer contacted a juvenile setting off a smike bomb on Fairview Avenue and Hohe.

Nov. 1
Criminal Mischief: A caller reported a car passenger shooting a paintball gun at other cars. An officer responded and contacted the shooter.

Nov. 2
Possess/Use of MJ: Following a REDDI report, an officer made contact with a male driver and arrested him for sixth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance and violation of conditional release. The car was impounded.
Animal Related Complaint: A caller reported an aggressive moose in the neighborhood with quills in its nose. Fish and Game were notified.

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