FIRE – Week of June 16-22
Homer Volunteer Fire Department responded to 10 emergency medical calls and two fire calls.
Anchor Point Fire and EMS responded to seven medical calls.
Animal Related Offense: A caller reported a lost dog at the Northern Enterprises Boat Yard. Homer Animal Control was notified.
Suspicious Circumstances: A caller requested extra patrols of the Klondike Street area for trespassing and suspicious activities.
Suspicious Circumstances: A caller reported thievery at the Nick Dudiak Fishing Hole; officers were advised.
REDDI Report: Alaska State Troopers passed on a REDDI report of a Red SUV traveling on the Sterling Highway; officers were advised to be on the lookout for a possible drunk driver.
Trespass: An anonymous caller reported a black Cadillac speeding through the Karen Hornaday Park and Campground area. Officers contacted the driver, who was subsequently trespassed from all city campgrounds, parks and playgrounds indefinitely.
Welfare Check: A 911 caller requested a welfare check.
Trespass: A caller reported suspicious vehicles at her residence while she was out of town. An officer reported to the scene and indefinitely trespassed two individuals from the scene.
Suspicious circumstance: Multiple callers reported automatic gunfire within the city limits. Officers went to the scene, but were unable to locate the source of the noise.
Agency Assist: Alaska Wildlife Troopers requested charity for a road kill moose.
Suspicious circumstance: A 911 caller reported a male with a red mask, sunglasses and a hoodie walking into a local business and looked suspicious. Officers reported to the area.
Arrest warrant: An unoccupied vehicle found on the side of the road was towed. The registered owner arrived on scene and was warned against driving while intoxicated and arrested on an outstanding warrant.
Alaska State Troopers
On June 17, around midnight, Alaska State Troopers received a report that 10 reflector stakes were stolen from a driveway near Mile 154 of the Sterling Highway in Anchor Point. The value of the reflectors was estimated at $50. Investigation continues.
On June 18, at 9:36 a.m., troopers responded to a reported theft at a property in Ninilchik. Investigation revealed an unknown individual stole a firearm and chainsaw from the property in the last month. Investigation continues.
On June 18, at 2:10 a.m., Anchor Point Troopers received a report of an assault at a residence in Nanwalek. Troopers responded via commercial aircraft, and investigation revealed a 30-year-old Nanwalek man physically assaulted a family member, causing minor injuries. The man was still intoxicated when the troopers contacted him. They arrested him for assault in the fourth degree, and transported him to Homer Jail where he was held without bail. Alcohol is a factor in the incident.
On June 20, at 11:17 a.m., troopers contacted Adam Greene, 28, of Homer at the Homer Boat Harbor. Greene was arrested for an outstanding arrest warrant with the original charges of fourth-degree assault and fourth-degree criminal mischief. He was remanded to Homer Jail.
On June 15, wildlife troopers contacted David Roderick, 40 of Anchor Point, as he was exiting China Poot. Investigation revealed Roderick had 45 undersized butter clams. (Butter clams are required to be at least 2.5 inches wide.) Roderick was issued a citation for possession of undersized clams. Bail was set at $155
Clamming in a closed area
On June 14, Ronnie Vann, 56 of Soldotna, was issued a citation by Wildlife Troopers for digging for razor clams in a closed area. Vann was contacted digging for razor clams on the Ninilchik Beach. Bail was set at $110.
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