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Police reports


May 2

Christopher Haerling, 20, was cited on charges of suspicion of minor in possession of alcohol at 1st and Ira streets.

Unknown suspects took items from a vehicle on Gauffin Street.

Caller reported hitting a deer on Mitkof Highway.

Unknown suspects stole a 125cc dirt bike from a driveway on Excel Street.

Caller reported keys missing from a vehicle on Lake Street.

Caller reported someone rifled through the glove box of a car on Wrangell, but nothing appeared to be missing.

Caller reported children riding in a vehicle without restraints.

May 3

Unknown suspects stole two pairs of adult sunglasses and one pair of children's sunglasses from a vehicle parked at 5th and Excel streets.

Caller reported two toddlers playing unsupervised in a yard at S. Nordic and Baranof.

Officers responded to a residence on Hungerford Hill to secure a found weapon.

May 4

Bruce Lusch, 49, was arrested on charges of assault, harassment and criminal mischief.

Caller reported a 4-wheeler at the baseball field. Anthony Curtiss, 16, was cited for driving an off-road vehicle on the highway.

May 5

Caller reported two pet ducks had been killed on 10th Street.

Caller reported a driver towing a boat that was too large for the trailer.

Officers responded to assist with an injured bird.

May 6

Caller reported juveniles fighting on S. 3rd Street.

Caller reported a parked vehicle obstructing traffic.

Alan Veys, 58, was cited for driving 55 mph in a 40 mph zone at Hungerford and S. Nordic.

Caller reported an individual was walking past a house yelling insults at the people inside.

May 7

Officer issued a warning for an inoperable headlight on Nordic Drive.

Caller reported lost prescription medication on Birch Street.

Caller reported an injured eagle in the South Harbor.

Justin D. Falter, 24, was booked on domestic violence charges.

Caller reported a child left unattended in an idling vehicle in front of the grocery store on Howkan.

Caller reported a suspicious individual parked on Dolphin Street.

Two ambulances were dispatched during this reporting period.


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