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August 29

A warning was issued for a back license plate violation on Excel Street.

Aaron Greinier, 30, was issued a citation for speeding 40 in a 20 mile per hour zone on Fram Street.

A boat was vandalized between the hours of 6:30 p.m. and 7 a.m. at the Middle Boat Harbor.

Reports were made of an electric vehicle frequently driving on the shoulder of the highway at 2 mile Mitkof Highway.

A driver was given a verbal warning for crossing the center line on Airport Access Road.

August 30

An individual reported someone challenging him to a fight on N. Nordic Drive.

Officers made contact with an individual urinating from the dock at South Boat Harbor.

Alaska State Troopers were notified of an overturned vehicle in a ditch at Three Lakes Loop Road.

Randal Presley, 44 was arrested for possible assault and resisting arrest at 511 N. Nordic Road.

August 31

A possible intoxicated driver was reported on Chief John Lott.

Fuel and tanks were taken from a boat on S. Nordic Drive.

Charles Christensen, 56, was issued a citation for speeding 38 in a 25 mile per hour zone on Hammer Slough.

Larisa A. McDonald, 52, was issued a citation for speeding 51 in a 40 mile per hour zone on Mitkof Highway.

A citation for speeding 66 in a 50 mile per hour zone was issued to Debra R. Prince, 54, at 5 mile Mitkof Highway.

Matthew B. Boseman, 22, was arrested on a warrant on Chief John Lott.

The license plate number was provided to officers from a sports car that was reported speeding with no headlights on S. Nordic Drive.

September 1

A motorcycle hit a vehicle at 3rd and Excel Streets.

Jeffrey K. Smith, 49, was arrested on charges of possible misconduct involving a controlled substance.

A citation was issued to Miranda Kivisto, 22, for speeding 67 in a 50 mile per hour zone on Mitkof Highway.

September 2

Neil Nelson, 25, received a citation for speeding 40 in a 25 mile per hour zone at the 500 block of Haugen Drive.

September 4

Frederick W. Damer III, 49, was arrested for possible parole violation on S. Nordic Drive.

Vehicles drag racing down Unimak was reported and descriptions were given to officers.

Multiple harassing phone calls were reported.

During this reporting period there were eight animal calls, six EMS calls and 15 burn permits issued.

 

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