Police Log—Nov. 24, 2011
Editor’s Note: The remainder of the Nov. 12 Police Log ran in the LOG on Nov. 17.
02:48 - Individual reported that an intoxicated Native male adult in a camouflage coat was walking in the middle of Seward Highway near Safeway. Officer responded and contacted subject. Subject agreed not to walk in the roadway anymore.
06:31 - 911 caller reported that she and a friend had asked a male subject to leave a residence at Taroka Inn but he refused and yelled loudly at them. Officers responded and contacted the subject as well as two female subjects. Male subject was removed from the residence and transport was provided to the old AVTEC dorms on Third. Male subject also given a Disorderly Conduct warning for the night. PBT .156.
09:00 - Individual from Mountain Haven stated that their fire alarms will be out of service for testing. At 11:09 the reporting party notified Seward Police Department that the alarms were back in service.
11:53 - Verbal warning for No Trailer Lights issued at Bruno and Teakwood.
14:15 - 911 caller reported a male on the ground having a seizure next to the SMIC Dry Dock, Alaska Logistics area.
14:31 - Officer requested a case number for an agency assist.
14:42 - Public Works reported that road signs were up on Fourth and Fifth from Railway to Jefferson.
18:51 - Verbal warning for Speed issued by the high school.
19:31 - Oriental Gardens reported they lost their power approximately ten minutes prior to calling. They did not know where to check for the outside breaker box. Electric was contacted.
01:51 - Individual reported that the metal roofing on St. Peter’s Episcopal Church was flapping in the wind. At 03:46 an individual called an said that a 20-foot piece of metal blew off from the roof. Officer advised.
01:55 - Individual reported sparks flying from the transformer at Seward and Nash. Electric and Wastewater advised.
04:01 - Individual reported a line down with no power in the 1000 block of Second. Electric crew notified.
07:00 - Verbal warning for Speed issued at Seward and Hemlock.
07:05 - Individual from SVAC reported a tree in the road on Cedar and Evergreen.
07:32 - Several anonymous individuals reported trees down on the Seward Highway just north of the Pit Bar that were blocking the southbound lane. Reports of trees down and power out on Wilma, Amber and Old Exit Glacier Road. State DOT and Electric advised.
08:08 - 911 caller reported a truck on fire at Harborview Road.
08:46 - Individual from UAF reported the power was out at Alaska SeaLife Center. Electric advised.
09:21 - Individual from St. Peter’s Episcopal Church reported major damage to the church. Stated that it was very dangerous for people walking by.
10:29 - Individual reported a vehicle swerving all over the road from Exit Glacier Road to Sea Lion. Officer advised and was unable to locate.
16:40 - Anonymous caller requested an officer to LBMA for fighting. Officers arrived and contacted subjects who were having a verbal altercation. No police assistance necessary.
18:15 - The sister of Tom Boren reported that she had not spoken him since June. An officer went to his last known address and someone else was living there. A locate was placed in APSIN to contact SPD if he is located.
02:23 - Individual reported that a man in an apartment at LBMA seemed to be intoxicated and was yelling, screaming and beating on the walls. Officer responded and was unable to contact anyone in the apartment He also advised that there were no longer any loud noises coming from the apartment.
09:11 - 911 misdial from Ballaine. Officer advised.
13:41 - Individual from the Electric Department reported that power has been restored to all.
13:45 - Individual reported a brown tarp on the power lines in the alleyway between Fifth and Sixth on A. Electric advised.
20:42 - Individual reported a vehicle driving ahead of him on Third near the Breeze Inn driving very slowly and swerving in lanes. Officer stopped suspected vehicle and contacted the driver. She was not intoxicated and all OK.
00:03 - Individual from the Alaska SeaLife Center reported that there was a red light flashing near the door on one of the UAF buildings near the center that she had never seen before. UAF contact was advised.
12:44 - A boat was damaged while docked in the Small Boat Harbor.
13:37 - An ambulance was requested to 300 block of Adams for a male having a possible heart attack. SVAC and SVFD responded. The subject refused treatment.
15:45 - Citation for Proof of Insurance issued to Cristan Fry at Third and A. Verbal warning for Failure to Stop at Stop Sign.
17:59 - Individual advised of a truck that was driving very slow coming into town and crossed the center line at least six times. Officer contacted the vehicle at Fourth and Jefferson. Driver stated she was having difficulty seeing the lines on the road.
20:10 - Verbal warning for Not Having Headlights On issued at Third and South Harbor.
23:11 - Officer advised the 35 mph sign at Mile 1, Seward Highway had blown away. Monday morning day shift asked to call the city shop and let them know.
23:32 - Citation issued to Ebonystarr Johnson on Third between Adams and Jefferson.
23:45 - Betty Anderson arrested for DUI at Mile 6.5, Seward Highway and transported to Seward Community Jail.
01:59 - Individual reported that her vehicle, a green Ford Taurus, was just stolen by an adult male from in front of the Alehouse on Fourth. Last known direction of travel was westbound on Washington. Officer located the vehicle with one occupant at Bear Mountain Apartments. Kenneth Moto was arrested for vehicle theft, DUI, MICS VI, DWLR, and probation violations and transported to the Seward Community Jail.
10:47 - Officer picked up a stray small light brown dog in the downtown area. The dog was released to the Animal Control Officer at the animal shelter.
13:52 - Verbal warning for Failure to Stop issued on Seward Highway near Sea Lion.
19:59 - Citation for Proof of Insurance issued to Cynthia Boyett at Teen Youth Center. Verbal warning issued for Brake Light Out.
20:03 - Individual on Second reported that the culvert to the north of his residence was frozen, and the creek was running over to the road and freezing. Public Works contacted.
21:24 - Individual from TYC requested an officer to check on a jacket that one of the boys came in with that smelled of marijuana. Subject allowed officer to search his jacket and nothing was found.
22:09 - Individual from the Seward Resort reported smoke and water coming from the bathroom at the RV park at the back side of the resort. It was steam from a broken pipe.
23:45 - Verbal warning for Speed issued at Chevron.
00:28 - SAST requested officer to assist for break in at Wilma reported on 911. Trooper and officers responded. Reporting party reported that Melissa Salgado had broken in. Salgado was arrested for Criminal Trespass and transported to Seward Community Jail.
01:01 - Seward Alehouse reported a fight in progress in front of the Alehouse. Officers responded and made contact with subjects.
01:40 - Joseph Deer arrested at Tony’s Bar for Probation Violation per on-call parole officer and transported to Seward Community Jail.
02:34 - Verbal warning for Failure to Stop at Stop Sign issued at Third and D.
02:57 - Juvenile arrested for DWLR, DUI, MOCA, BTR and MCA at Three Bears and transported to Seward Community Jail.
Juvenile was also cited for Fail to Stop at Stop Sign, Speeding and PBT Refusal. Glacier Towing impounded vehicle. Passenger Brett Campbell cited for Minor Consuming.
09:23 - Individual reported that she just saw from her window a taxi hit her parked car on Third. Officer responded and contacted subject driving for Mike’s Taxi. He was unaware he had struck the vehicle. Victim was not pressing charges. The two parties would work out the matter between them. There was minimal damage.
11:19 - Individual called to report that Clifton Hayes, Jr. was missing. She stated that he fishes and leaves town a lot but always calls. Her family has not heard from him since Aug. 22. She also stated that she had contacted his girlfriend in Fairbanks and that he was supposed to travel there in September and never arrived. Officer advised.
16:02 - Verbal warning for Headlight issued by the Pit Bar.
17:37 - 911 caller requested medics for a person having a seizure at the Marina Motel. Patient refused treatment.
18:32 - Individual advised that while driving southbound she observed what looked like something exploded in the air about a mile north of Grayling Lake by the railroad tracks and there were three bonfires from it. Info given to SAST.