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Police reports


August 15

An alleged case of harassment was reported on the 200 block of N. Nordic Drive.

Four juveniles were setting off fireworks at Hammer Slough.

Officer arrested Christopher Miller, 43, on a charge of Theft in 2nd degree at South Harbor.

August 16

A vehicle was unable to move due to a flat in South Harbor parking lot.

Officer was notified of a possible case of fraud with a credit card on Wrangell Avenue.

A gate was left open at the Ferry Terminal on Mitkof Highway. Department of Transportation was notified.

Officers responded to a report of three vehicles driving fast and almost hitting an elderly couple on Frederick Point Road.

A black wallet was stolen from a vehicle on Mitkof Highway.

A debit card was reported stolen from a vehicle on Mitkof Highway.

An eight year old passenger on a motorcycle wasn't wearing a helmet on Mitkof Highway.

August 17

Officer responded to loud ranting on N. Nordic Drive.

August 18

A California license plate was taken from a vehicle approximately 6 weeks ago at Scow Bay Lot.

Officer responded to gun shots at Scow Bay Boat Launch

A citation was issued to Tanner G. McKitrick, 20 for charges of Minor in possession by consumption.

August 19

An officer was notified of kids fighting on N. Nordic Drive.

A possibly intoxicated individual was walking down the street asking for help on the 300 block of Nordic Drive. Officers and EMT responded to incident.

A semi-conscious person was laying on the sidewalk on N. 1st Street.

August 20

Harbormaster reported possible trespassers on a boat in South Harbor.

A boat trailer came off of its hitch at Hammer Slough Bridge.

An individual reported a disabled vehicle on Harbor Way.

August 21

A vehicle was found on the bike path at 3 mile Mitkof Highway.

Elouise VanSwearingen, 26, was issued a citation for speeding 50 miles per hour in a 40 mile per hour zone at 2.1 mile Mitkof Highway.

Theft of a bank card and unauthorized charges were reported on N. Nordic Drive.

During this reporting period there were four EMS calls, 14 animal calls and 12 burn permits issued.


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