Fire & Police – June 11


June 2-8
Kachemak Emergency Services responded to 10 fire calls and one emergency medical call.
Homer Volunteer Fire Department responded to six EMS calls and four fire calls.
Anchor Point Fire & EMS responded to three medical calls and four fire calls.

Homer Police

June 4
Noise complaint: A caller reported volume of noise at local park.
Theft: A caller reported a chainsaw stolen from shed.
Officers contacted intoxicated male sitting by the side of the road and transported him to his residence.

June 5
Disturbance: Enstar reports property owners yelling at contractors in the easement.
Drug info: A caller reported drug activity at Bishops Beach and speeding vehicles in the area.
Harassment: Female caller reported that a male followed her into the womens restroom and refused to leave.

June 6
Lost: A caller reported a lost wallet.
Welfare Check: A caller reported a child left in car alone. An officer went to check on the child and contacted the female driver, advised of revoked driving status and issued a summons for criminal trespassing.

June 7
Welfare Check: A caller requested a check on a male who was laying inder a sign near that roadway, an officer was sent to the scene.
Assist Fire Department: A caller reported a gas line break on the Homer Spit. Officers went to the scene in order to assist the Homer Volunteer Fire Department.

June 8
Trespass: Officers found an illegal campsite on city property, items were brought to the Homer Police Department and subject was served a summons for Criminal Trespassing II.
A caller reported an assualt. An officer reported to the scene and arrested a male for fourth degree assualt.

June 9
Animal-Related Complaint: A caller reported an aggressive moose on the roadside with a pedestrian trying to pass. An officer reported to the area, the moose was gone.
Traffic Hazard: A caller reported females dancing in the roadway. An officer went to the area but was unable to locate the women.

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