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Police reports

 


June 5

An individual was reported banging on a door trying to force it open on Sing Lee Alley.

Officers responded to a call regarding harassment.

June 6

Vehicle keys were stolen by a pick pocket on N. Nordic Drive.

June 7

Vandalism to a truck was reported on Birch Street.

Department of Transportation reported a boat and trailer parked in an unauthorized zone on the Float Plane Dock.

Someone was trying to enter a residence without knocking on N. Nordic Drive.

June 8

Joshua Franklin, 25, was arrested by Alaska State Troopers on a warrant on Sing Lee Alley.

Juan Gallardo, 31, was arrested on the charge of fourth degree assault domestic violence on Sing Lee Alley.

Lucas Killian, 24, was arrested by Alaska State Troopers on the charge of driving under the influence at three mile Mitkof Highway.

A warning was issued for speed on S. Nordic Drive.

June 9

A caller reported possible underage drinking at a location on Sing Lee Alley. Officers responded to call, no underage persons in area.

Multiple calls were received about a fight on Chief John Lott Street.

Officers were notified of a suspicious individual on S. Nordic Drive.

A warning was issued for open containers on Chief John Lott Street.

A vehicle was losing insulation from the bed of a truck. It was reported overloaded and littering the highway at four mile Mitkof Highway.

Officers responded to an argument between two male parties and one pulled a knife on the other on the 300 block of N. Nordic Drive.

Nicholas Hendry, 21, was arrested on the charge of second degree assault on Excel Street.

June 10

Officers were notified of someone egging her home on Tango Street.

A verbal warning for speed was given on Mitkof Highway.

Cameron L. Severson, 23, was issued a citation for speed on Mitkof Highway.

June 11

A football was thrown through a vehicle window at Towne Trailer Court.

Forest J. German, 23, was issued a citation for failure to carry proof of insurance on Mitkof Highway.

During this reporting period there were also six animal calls, seven EMS calls and 10 burn permits were issued.

 

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