May 26-June 1
Homer Volunteer Fire Department responded to nine emergency medical services calls and three fire calls.
On May 30 at 10:25 a.m., Anchor Point-based troopers responded to mile 163 of the Sterling Hwy for a report that a semi-truck’s driver side window was shot out while it was traveling north bound on the Sterling Hwy. Troopers located the semi-truck, which appeared to have been struck by a small caliber round or possibly a pellet gun.
The driver of the semi-truck was not injured during the incident and reported his observed no cars or persons near the roadway. Troopers searched the area and found no persons in the area or evidence. Troopers ask anyone with information to contact the Anchor Point based Alaska State Troopers at (907) 235-8239.
Domestic dispute: A caller reports dementia patient with a knife. Officer to scene and knife removed.
Traffic: A caller reports vehicles on the pedestrian side of Bishop’s Beach. No plates available.
Suspicious circumstances: 911 accidental dial.
Suspicious vehicle: subject reports suspicious vehicles in residential area.
Warrant arrest: Subject presents at counter regarding property. Male arrested for outstanding warrant and housed in Homer Jail.
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