March 29, 2012 | Vol. 39, No. 13

Police Report

March 21

Police investigated suspicious activity at Narrows Inn.

School maintenance workers were testing the school's fire alarms, which alerted police dispatch.

A group of juveniles were playing with fire at the corner of Kiseno and S. 2nd streets.

An officer issued a verbal warning during a traffic stop Haugen Drive.

March 22

Officers issued a warning to a camper in the parking lot at South Harbor.

Police responded to a parking violation on 1st Street.

Maintenance workers were working on the alarms at the Hallingstad Peratrovich Building.

Maintenance workers were working on the alarms at Mountain View Manor.

Caller reported property damage to an empty residence on Lumber Street.

March 23

A vehicle was abandoned behind the airport.

A caller reported that someone was speeding on a 4-wheeler on Howkan Drive.

March 24

Police investigated reports of a squatter at a residence on North Nordic.

Fire fighters responded to a chimney fire at a residence on Hammer Slough.

Unknown suspects destroyed plants in front of a building on N. Nordic Drive.

March 25

Officers issued a warning regarding inoperable taillights at the second mile-marker of Mitkof Highway.

There was a reported family dispute on Haugen Drive.

Joel Mendoza, 35, was cited for driving 35 mph in a 25 mph zone near Sandy Beach.

There was a report of suspicious activity at the GCI tower.

March 26

Police responded to a complaint of a loud party on Hungerford Hill Road.

Martin J. Barker, 22, was arrested for domestic violence assault, a fourth degree misdemeanor.

Officers handled a civil matter on Howkan.

Dogs were reportedly getting into the trash at 7th and Haugen.

Police responded to an alarm on N. Nordic Drive.

Police responded to reports of family dispute.

March 27

Harbor officials reported an intoxicated person near the Harbor Office.

An unknown suspect stole a 4-wheeler and crashed it at the second-mile marker of Mitkof Highway. The suspect may have flipped the 4-wheeler, and then up-righted it and drove away from the scene. According to the report, the suspect went to a residence and asked for a ride. He was dropped-off downtown and refused medical attention. Police are still investigating the incident.

Police were called to a family dispute on Haugen Drive.

Two burn permits were issued and EMS was dispatched three times during this reporting period.

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