May 3, 2012 | Vol. 39, No. 18

Police reports

April 25

Troy Rogers, 27, was issued a ticket for failure to stop at a stop sign on S. Nordic.

Officers responded to the airport terminal after receiving a call regarding suspicious activity.

Caller reported individual “yelling for cops” on Birch Street.

Rustique T. Wilde, 21, was cited for driving without a license on Marion Street.

Officers issued a warning regarding an unregistered vehicle.

April 26

Unknown suspects hit a vehicle on N. 1st Street causing damage to the right rear quarter panel sometime on April 17.

Caller reported a high school student was on campus with a handgun.

April 27

Caller reported suspicious activity on N 1st Street.

Caller reported suspicious activity at Narrows Inn.

Caller reported the driver of a pickup truck almost ran two vehicles off the road.

Officers investigated a possible assault on Chief John Lott.

Frances D. Yatchmenoff, 40, was arrested on charges of suspicion of DUI.

April 28

Officers responded to a family dispute on S. 3rd Street.

Caller reported a person refusing to leave on S. 3rd Street.

Officers responded to a request of a welfare check on Kiseno.

Caller reported an injured eagle with a possible broken wing at the 28 mile marker of Mitkof Highway.

Officers responded to a report of a dog that attacked another dog.

Jeffery B. Hupp, 49, was arrested on charges of suspicion of Domestic Violence.

April 29

Caller reported seeing birds eating on something in the area of Gjoa.

Officers assisted an individual that had locked themselves out of their car.

Sharol Otness, 63, was cited for driving 60 mph in a 50 mph zone at the 3.5 mile marker of Mitkof Highway.

April 30

Caller reported a dead deer on the side of the road at the 12.5 mile marker of Mitkof Highway.

Officers investigated an assault on a teen.

May 1

Officers aided an individual that had locked themselves out of their house.

A bear was reported going through a yard on Gjoa Street.

Caller reported loud music coming from a residence on S. 3rd Street.

Caller reported loud music coming from a residence on Lumber Street.

Two ambulances were dispatched.

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