Police/Troopers/Fire – April 30

Fire – April 21-27

Anchor Point Fire and EMS responded to six emergency medical calls and two fire calls.
Kachemak Emergency Services responded to one EMS call and
one fire call.


April 21
Suspicious circumstances: A 911 caller reports an after-the-fact assault. An officer responded to the scene, but found no crime articulated. Parties were separated.
Civil problem: A caller reports civil issue with neighbor and requests options.
April 22
Security checks: Officer conducts a security check of local beach on Beluga Place.
Found property: A subject turns in a debit and other cards found on the East End Road bike trail.
Runaway juvenile: A parent reports son has runaway. Juvenile located.
Criminal mischief: A caller reports their cell phone was broken by another 10 days ago and the subject won’t replace it.
Found property: A caller reports her son found a handgun in a ditch on Forest Glen. An officer responded to the scene to collect the gun.
Found property: HVFD reports finding a box of ammunition on the bike trail. The box was recovered and held in safekeeping.
Welfare check: A caller reports her son — earlier reported missing — is currently located in a vehicle with other juveniles. She requests officer assistance.
REDDI report: A caller reports a possible drunk driver on East End Road. An officer makes contact with a 33-year-old male with no impairment detected. Driver says he was distracted due to the radio, and some newly purchased baby chickens in the passenger seat.
The driver was warned for inattentive driving.
Traffic: A caller reports a vehicle speeding and tailgating in an unsafe manner on West Hill Road and Jeffery.
Suspicious circumstances: An anonymous caller reports a male changing the oil of a black Dodge pickup at Bishop’s Beach. Oil contained in a reservoir, no plate given. An officer was advised.
Traffic: A caller reports an unsecured child riding on a person’s lap in a moving vehicle on the Homer Bypass.
Suspicious circumstances: A harbor officer reports a suspicious male looking in parked vehicles on Homer Spit Road. An officer responded, bu found no signs of criminal activity.
April 23
Burglary: A caller reports a break-in and possible theft at a local business on E. Pioneer Avenue.
Suspicious circumstances: An anonymous male caller reports orange reddish lights hovering and moving over Beluga Lake.
Disturbance: A 911 caller requests assistance with unruly student at the high school. An officer transports the student to his residence.
Theft from yard: Homer Public Works reports peonies and other plants stolen from city garden beds at Baycrest Lookout.
City ordinance: A caller reports vehicles in the protected areas on Bishop’s Beach. No plates given.
Assist fire department: Officers assist the fire department with a trailer fire on Jenny Way.

Alaska State Troopers

After investigation of a possible burglary in Anchor Point on Feb. 28, 2014, troopers arrested Patrick Jones, 52, of Homer had broken into a mobile home and taken several tools. Jones was arrested for burglary, theft and criminal mischief, and was remanded to the Homer Jail.

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