The Seward Phoenix Log - News of the Eastern Kenai Peninsula since 1966

'Captain's Mast' - June 5, 2014

 


The following is from the journals of the Seward Police Department. Those who have been arrested or summoned are presumed innocent until found guilty in a court of law.

May 22

22:52 - SAST requested an SPD officer to assist a trooper on a traffic stop on the Seward Highway outside of Safeway. Officer responded. Trooper arrested Eric Hansen on a warrant and remanded him to SCJ.

May 23

00:11 - Verbal warning for speed given at Phoenix and Alice.

00:27 - Caller reported that she had been off of her medication for two days, and that her guardian and doctor wanted to put her back on it but that it would kill her. She was told that an officer would call her back. Officer was notified, and her guardian was contacted and already aware of the situation.

02:02 - Verbal warning for speed and failure to use blinker issued on Leirer Road near Icicle bunkhouse.

02:13 - Verbal warning for inoperative taillight issued at Fifth and Adams.

07:05 - Individual reported that her upstairs neighbors at Second and Van Buren were verbally and physically fighting. Officers contacted Coan Tamayo, who was arrested on an AST warrant, Rachel Jarvis who was cited for MCA, and Evelyn Lopez who was arrested for DV Assault IV and given an MCA.

07:35 - The hospital reported that a patient reported that their vehicle was submerged in the water off Lowell Point Road.

07:46 - SCCC reported a suspicious vehicle in their parking lot that left after being contacted by staff and was heading down Nash Road, westbound. Staff reported that two ex-inmates were in the vehicle.

08:15 - 911 caller requested an ambulance for a 30-year-old man having a seizure at the cruise ship terminal. SVFD/SVAC dispatched.

08:30 - Officer charged Coan Tamayo with interfere with a report of DV at SCJ.

10:40 - Individual reported that he lost his black leather wallet at Safeway.

12:42 - Individual reported her black Huffy mountain bike was stolen four days before from the Alaska Shop. She said that the lock was cut.

13:14 - Sailing Inc. requested an officer for a vehicle that was parked in the way of a travel lift.

14:06 - Individual reported his gray backpack lost in the area of the Breeze Inn.

16:14 - Caller from Subway reported that an infant was locked in a car in front of the store. Fire chief was able to open the door and free the child.

16:14 - Caller reported a gray car doing a U-turn in the area of Third and Church.

18:05 - A city-wide burn ban would to go into effect at 6 a.m. the following morning.

18:14 - Individual reported that a gray dodge Ram hit her vehicle while she was in Safeway.

19:07 - Individual reported that the campers at Primrose Campground had a good sized campfire burning. She spoke to them and they were rude. SAST notified.

20:45 - Individual reported that there was underage drinking going on in the apartment next door. It was a false call and the caller was indefinitely trespassed from the 1100 block of Second and is not to harass them in any way.

21:22 - Officer contacted Joseph Deer at Three Bears and remanded him to SCJ per his probation officer.

21:26 - 911 caller advised of fireworks and possible fireworks on Big Bear in Harbor View. SAST requested BCVFD also respond. Troopers advised smoke showing on Maximillian.

22:03 - Alarm Services reported a commercial burglar alarm at Shoreside Petroleum. The key holder would be en route as soon as possible. Buildings cleared.

22:40 - Individual requested an officer to Resurrection Campground tent area about possible child abuse. Officers responded, checked the child, and all was OK.

22:49 - 911 caller reported a fight at the Breeze Inn Lounge. The caller hung up before information was obtained. The subject was contacted, 86ed from all bars for the evening, trespassed from the Breeze Inn for one week and would receive a MIC6 Citation. A second person was trespassed.

23:07 - Troopers arrested Susan Cummings for DUI and took her to SCJ.

23:33 - Individual reported two intoxicated youth in Safeway with an older male. Officers responded. Alyssa Golgergen, with PBT of .233, and Rhiannon Golgergen, with PBT .201, were each issued an MCA. A male was also contacted by officers. All three subjects were given courtesy rides back to their lodging above the Alehouse.

May 24

01:04 - 911 caller reported that from his Harbor Lights Condo, they could hear a high pitched alarm going off somewhere in the marina area. Officer found that the alarm was coming from the new bathrooms.

01:21 - Verbal warning for driving without headlights issued on Third near AVTEC.

01:28 - Citation for speed issued to Philippe De-Bilmorin on the Seward Highway at Chevron.

02:21 - Verbal warning for speed and blocking the lane of traffic issued at Third and A.

02:27 - Individual complained of noise at Resurrection Campground. Officers contacted one RV, and asked them to turn down the music and turn off the generator. Officers also made contact with three other people at a campfire and asked them to keep it down as well.

03:14 - Verbal warning for speed issued in the Safeway parking lot.

07:15 - Verbal warning for inoperable headlight issued at Seward Highway and Sea Lion.

11:52 - BCVFD officer advised that he was checking out a campfire at 34000 block Nash Road.

12:19 - Troopers reported a large campfire by the water at Mile 30 Seward Highway. MPVFD dispatched.

12:35 - Officer left a warning on a vehicle for illegal parking at Fourth and Railway.

14:45 - 911 caller requested an ambulance for a 44-year-old woman who fell and hit her head.

15:29 - 911 caller reported that they locked their 2-year-old child in their Chrysler Mini Van. A locksmith was called but the reporting party called back and said that they were able to get the door open.

16:01 - Individual lost his brown leather wallet with driver’s license, Bank of America card, Social Security card, Best Buy card and $200 cash in the area of Safeway.

20:16 - Caller reported that there were several campfires on Lowell Point at Miller’s Landing. Lowell Point Fire Department was notified, and they checked and requested that the fires be put out.

21:32 - 911 caller reported that he set off the alarm at Three Bears when he entered the store. It was closed but unlocked. Communications Alaska also advised to the audible alarm and the key holder was en route.

21:51 - Individual from Gateway Chevron reported that a subject was causing a disturbance and cussing at him. Officer contacted the subject and he was indefinitely trespassed from Chevron.

22:10 - Individual reported fire in a burn pit at Forest Acres Campground. SVFD fire officer contacted the subjects and advised them of the burn ban. The fire was extinguished.

22:15 - Individual reported she was given information about a good sized campfire on Exit Glacier Road about a mile past the gate on the river side. BCVFD fire officer contacted a group of people across from Wilma Avenue. They were advised of the burn ban and extinguished the fire.

23:32 - Trooper arrested Amy Campbell for DWLS and took her to SCJ.

May 25

00:20 - Verbal warning for speed given at Mile 1 Seward Highway.

00:59 - Dwayne Dorau arrested for DUI with PBT .107 at Mile 1 Seward Highway. He was taken to SCJ. Dorau was issued a citation for speed and given a verbal warning for improperly displayed tags.

02:18 - Verbal warning for speed given at Seward Highway and Hemlock.

02:39 - Officer spoke to a vehicle driver at Phoenix and Seward Highway after he parked his vehicle at Chevron. He said he had been drinking and would pick up his vehicle in the morning. Officer confirmed that he was not over the legal limit.

03:06 - Verbal warning for speed given at Seward Highway and Hemlock.

03:24 - Verbal warning for speed given at Mile 1 Seward Highway.

03:42 - Verbal warning for taillight requirements given at Seward Highway and Iron.

03:56 - Verbal warning for speed given in the Three Bears parking lot.

04:00 - Individual reported a male passed out on the side of the highway near City Express. SAST advised and requested medics be toned out. Officer responded and contacted a male who was intoxicated. Officer canceled the medics and provided transportation to T-Dock where people would care for him.

04:38 - Verbal warning for speed and failure to illuminate lights after dark given on Port Avenue.

05:29 - 911 caller requested an officer to Williams Campground for a male who had been harassing her husband and herself for the previous few hours. Officer gave the subject a disorderly conduct warning and advised no more alcohol.

08:04 - Individual reported two dogs got out of the pound during the night.

08:26 - Citation for speed issued to Tim Kelly at Mile 1 Seward Highway. He was given a verbal warning for expired operator’s license.

11:05 - Harbormaster’s office reported that the boat Blue Dawg was hit at the south boat ramp. Reporting party said that the individuals in the boat that struck the Blue Dawg were are possibly intoxicated. Officer was unable to locate the vessel.

11:41 - Officer advised a driver that the area they were driving in (north side of the jetty) is not meant for vehicle traffic.

11:49 - Officer left a warning for parking in a yellow zone on a vehicle in front of the Fish House.

11:58 - Officer left an abandoned vehicle warning on a vehicle at Fourth and Madison.

12:22 - Individual reported a dog at Resurrection North campground.

12:23 - Two individuals requested to speak to an officer about a child custody issue. After speaking with officer, the individuals left SPD and went to the subject’s residence in the 600 block of First and demanded he give up their child. Officer contacted the subject and owner of the property. One reporting party needed to be indefinitely trespassed from the property.

15:27 - 911 caller requested a phone number for someone to assist bringing them gas for their boat that they beached in the SMIC area after running out of gas. The number to Miller’s Landing was given.

17:58 - Officer tried to return a lost wallet but was unable to do so. The wallet owner returned to Essential One looking for it and it was returned to him

18:26 - 911 caller requested an ambulance to the cruise ship terminal for an 81-year-old man with vomiting and diarrhea.

18:32 - 911 caller reported a brush fire on Tolkat Road in Moose Pass. MPVFD notified and responded. Forestry notified and responded with one engine. Moose Pass requested SVFD to stage but not respond.

18:44 - Citation for speed issued to Colter Elias Wolfe at Alice and Phoenix.

20:23 - Individual at Seward Resort requested an officer to speak with a camper who refused to put out their campfire. Camper was contacted and agreed not to use his grill.

20:36 - A campfire was reported at Miller’s Landing. LPVFD notified and responded to put it out.

20:13 - Individual reported dogs locked in an enclosed trailer at Resurrection North Campground. He said the trailer had no windows and was the kind of trailer in which 4-wheelers are hauled. Officer responded. The caller said that the people go out on a boat during the day and leave the dogs locked up.

21:50 - 911 caller requested an ambulance to Stoney Creek RV Park for a 43-year-old woman having a panic attack.

22:12 - Verbal warning for speed given near Fifth and Jefferson.

23:30 - Officer spoke with the owner of the dogs reported earlier. He was given a disorderly conduct warning in reference to his dogs.

May 26

01:02 - Verbal warning for no operational taillights and speed given Mile 1 Seward Highway. Three passengers were given verbal warnings for no seat belt.

01:31 - Verbal warning for speed and expired registration issued at Mile 1 Seward Highway.

09:28 - Individual with the American Legion advised they would be having a firing detail at the cemetery and the Founders’ Monument for Memorial Day.

11:37 - Verbal warning for speed given at Metco and Seward Highway.

13:18 - Verbal warning for speed given at Third and A.

14:03 - Caller reported that the transformer blew at the end of Avalon in Camelot Subdivision.

15:41 - Parking warning placed on a vehicle at Fourth and Railway.

17:26 - Several campfires at Miller’s Landing. Volunteer fire fighter notified and responded.

19:19 - Caller reported that he picked up a dog that had a collar from the animal shelter. When he took it back to the shelter there were other dogs running loose.

21:16 - Individual reported that he lost his black leather wallet in the vicinity of Three Bears.

23:27 - Verbal warning for speed given on Third near AVTEC. Officer conducted FSTs and obtained a warrant for a blood draw for DUI. After the blood draw at PSMCC, the subject was taken back to his vehicle where his wife was waiting to drive him home. Charges for DUI and MICS VI were forwarded to the DA.

May 27

00:01 - Individual requested an officer to Williams Tent Camping about a possibly violent dispute between a man and a woman. Officer contacted the subjects and issued disorderly conduct warnings after it was determined the dispute was verbal.

00:47 - Verbal warning for speed given at Mile 1 Seward Highway.

00:48 - 911 caller reported an intoxicated male walking southbound down the Seward Highway and stumbling into traffic. Officer found the subject behind Safeway near the car wash. He was placed into protective custody at SCJ with PBT .246.

02:14 - Verbal warning for speed given at Mile 1 Seward Highway.

03:06 - Caller reported that Melissa Ebell had resumed yelling and screaming at Williams Tent Camping. Officer arrested Ebell for Disorderly Conduct and took her to SCJ.

11:13 - Caller from Wells Fargo monitoring company reported they had an alarm from the ATM.

12:13 - BCVFD member reported he received a call regarding a brush fire at the 33500 block of Nash Road. BCVFD-C5 responded. Someone had left the fire after lighting it. C5 and a resident at house put the fire out and BCVFD apparatus was cancelled. Subject advised of no open burn ban.

13:13 - Verbal warning for speed issued at Third and D.

13:16 - Timothy Camden arrested on an warrant from Missouri and taken to SCJ. He was issued a citation for failure to use seat belt.

14:02 - Citations for failure to use seat belt issued Danielle Deer and Brandon Ramoth by Marathon Campground.

14:51 - Citation for seat belt requirement issued to Chad Liddle on Fourth.

May 28

01:13 - 911 caller reported that he fell asleep intoxicated the night before outside near Ace Hardware. During the night, his White Galaxy Note 3, sunglasses and a single fold Volcom wallet containing a Wells Fargo debit card, identification card and a Build-A-Bear card were stolen.

06:54 - Warning for parking against the flow of traffic left on a vehicle at Fifth and Washington.

09:46 - Verbal warning for speed given to Derek Pasiewicz at Third and C.

09:52 - Parks & Rec Department turned in a found bicycle.

14:55 - Verbal warning for speed given to Michael Lien at Washington and Seward Highway.

16:54 - Received an automated fire alarm at the Breeze Inn.

18:10 - Verbal warning for operating well under the posted limit and crossing the center line given on Fourth next to AVTEC.

19:24 - Individual reported a campfire at the 33400 block Bear Lake Road. BCVFD notified.

20:09 - Troopers reported that people at Miller’s Landing would not put out their campfire. Unable to contact LPVFD. BCVFD was notified.

May 29

00:11 - 911 caller reported that his ex-wife broke into his boat at J Dock, stole his cell phone and physically attacked him. Officer met with the caller and checked his vehicle which appeared undamaged. The vehicle registered to the suspect was at Kimberly Court Apartments. A message was left for apartment manager to find out if the suspect was residing at complex.

02:18 - Verbal warning for urinating in public issued outside the Yukon Bar.

02:35 - 911 caller requested an ambulane to the 12200 block of Merlin Drive for a 66-year-old man who dislocated his shoulder in a fall and possibly had hypothermia from being outside for two hours. BCVFD and SVAC dispatched and transported the patient to hospital.

04:26 - Individual reported a black S10 Chevy swerving and driving erratically on the Seward Highway and last seen driving southbound near Essential One. Officer was unable to locate the vehicle.

09:02 - Individual turned in a metatarsal bone he found while hiking the Bench Trail. Bone turned over to officer for further evaluation. Fish & Wildlife advised that the bone was a bear metatarsal.

09:18 - Individual from SeaView Community Services advised of a male who had appeared to be “acting in an irregular way” and requested that an officer check to see if the subject was all right. Officer found the subject in the SeaLife Center area and he appeared to be all right, and said he was waiting for the shuttle bus.

13:00 - Celeste Rose remanded herself to SCJ regarding a DV assault/theft charge.

14:46 - 911 caller reported a young female, approximately 20 years old at most, was sitting on the bike path in the rain crying for at least the previous 30 minutes. She was sitting on a suitcase with only a sweatshirt and yoga pants on. An officer contacted the subject and a male. She was in need of no assistance, no signs of domestic violence visible and she was willing to go with husband who would take care of her.

15:30 - Individual turned in medication for destruction.

23:21 - Individual at Iditarod Campground reported a truck had been loudly idling for the previous two hours with someone sitting inside on the phone. Officer contacted the subject who agreed to leave the campground.

 

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