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Police reports


July 2 — A Sandy Beach resident reported a transformer blew near their residence.

July 3 — A caller reported a vehicle being driven erratically on S. Nordic Drive.

A moose was reported swimming in the South Boat Harbor near the crane dock.

A caller reported abandoned vehicles on private property on Mitkof Highway.

A caller reported being threatened at an undisclosed location.

Kelly L. Scaduto, 46, was to be charged for violation of conditions of release.

A caller advised police he had sold his property but the tenants wouldn’t leave.

July 4 — A person reported being in a fight on John Lott St. but refused an ambulance.

A report of a pickpocket incident was reported on North Nordic.

July 5 — A caller reported being witness to an assault.

A UTC was issued to Jason R. Grone, 26 for failure to carry proof of insurance.

A caller reported a float plane circling the area for over an hour.

Vandalism damage to a vehicle was reported downtown.

An injury was reported following an accident on Sing Lee Alley bridge.

A commotion at a neighbor’s home was reported. Trash was found overturned and officers suspected bear activity.

July 6 —A UTC was issued to Katharina L. Manno for speeding (51 in 40) at 3-mile Mitkof Highway.

A UTC was issued to Kory C. Birchell, 21, for speeding (65 in 50) at 6.5 mile Mitkof Highway.

Michele Pfundt, 45 was cited for speed on Sandy Beach Road.

A person turned in money found on PFI Hill.

A family dispute and lockout was reported on Tango St.

July 7 — Following reports of loud noises in the boat harbor a person was reported to be naked on top of a boat. Officers responded and arrested Todd Lappetito, 55 on charges of Assault IV, Indecent Exposure and Disorderly Conduct.

July 8 — A sign was reported stolen from a business at N. Nordic and Gjoa.

July 9 — Bret A. Martinsen, 17 was arrested on a charge of DUI.

Possible trespassing was reported on Lumber St.

During this report period the EMS was called 4 times; 6 dog and 5 fireworks complaints were received and 4 burn permits were issued.


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