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

'Captain's Mast' - Nov. 26, 2015

 


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.

Nov. 12

01:06 - Individual requested an officer to Gateway Apartments. Occupants had been stomping around and making noise every night during the week starting around 1 a.m. Officer advised the resident of the noise compliant, he agreed to keep the noise down.

08:36 - Earthquake: Magnitude 5.1, 70 miles southwest of Atka. No tsunami was expected.

18:03 - Verbal warning for failure to illuminate head lights after dark given at Third and Jefferson.

20:13 - SAST requested an ambulance to Willow Drive.

Nov. 13

06:31 - Individual reported that he hit a moose at about Mile 2.5 Nash Road. He said no one was hurt and he should be able to drive his vehicle from the scene. The moose looked to have a broken back leg.

11:45 - Individual reported that the street sign was down at Second and C.

12:36 - Individual reported a vehicle that hit his vehicle was parked next to his vehicle between Fourth and Fifth just north of the Catholic Church. Officer contacted the other driver, Mitchell Ludwig. Ludwig was issued a summons for no insurance.

14:05 - Ambulance requested to SCCC. SVFD/SVAC dispatched.

14:05 - Citation for proof of insurance issued to Jessie Johnson at Seward Highway and South Harbor. Verbal warning for fail to stop at stop sign.

14:08 - Seward Mountain Haven conducted fire drill at Lupine Lodge.

14:18 - Officer requested to the middle school about a parent coming to pick up a student. Officers responded.

16:40 - Individual, on behalf of the Seward Community Health Clinic, reported that a subject spoke to someone at the clinic and told them she was a victim of domestic violence and cyber stalking. She gave two phone numbers but advised not to leave a message on either number. It was unknown if she was in the Seward area as her address showed in a different state. Officer attempted to call her but there was no answer

17:03 - Individual reported several individuals throwing rocks at the Catholic Church and at her residence on Second.

20:35 - Individual reported a suspicious vehicle in the Dora Way area for the previous week. It never was parked near the same house. Last seen near the playground and then across from the Jesse Lee Home. She gave the tag number but it does not match the vehicle description. Officer was unable to locate.

21:10 - Individual complained of someone knocking on his back door. It happened for about five hours the day before and it was happening again. Officer contacted four juveniles in the area and would be calling their parents about it and the rock throwing from an earlier case.

21:15 - Tyco Integrated Security reported an alarm at Essential One at the south front door. Employees leaving the store did not deactivate the alarm properly.

Nov. 14

01:41 - Individual requested assistance at her house for possible fumes from D-CON mouse poison she placed around her house. Her sense of smell is not very strong. Officer spoke with her and advised that everything was OK.

09:28 - Citation for failure to provide proof of insurance issued in the Safeway parking lot. Verbal warning for speed.

10:56 - Caller reported a taxi cab was parked in a handicap spot at Safeway. Officer contacted the taxi driver who is handicapped.

11:31 - Citation for speed issued to Rhonda Anderson-Hubbard at Seward Highway and Hemlock.

11:35 - A passing Moose Pass Fire volunteer radioed in a vehicle rollover near Mile 11 Seward Highway and requested an ambulance for the three occupants who were all out of the vehicle with minor injuries. SAST was advised and a trooper dispatched.

13:19 - Caller reported a suspicious vehicle which had been driving around and parking in on Dora Way for the previous few days. Officer contacted the subject who said she was conducting surveys for RTI.

16:00 - Individual in turned in medication for destruction.

18:21 - Verbal warning for head light out issued at Fourth and North Harbor.

18:36 - Citation for driving with no tail lights issued to Iris Jade Anderson at Third and Adams. Verbal warning for driving with no head lights.

20:25 - Verbal warning for speed issued on Seward Highway at Hemlock.

21:45 - SAST advised of a ‘80s model red Ford Bronco with plastic in the back window northbound from Nash Road.

Nov. 15

09:10 - Citation for failure to provide proof of insurance issued to Cristan Mclain at Third and Van Buren. Verbal warning for speed.

10:50 - Officer requested a case for online enticement of a minor.

11:18 - Individual reported her Wells Fargo Visa debit card was lost.

11:25 - Verbal warning for speed given in Safeway parking lot.

12:20 - 911 caller requested an officer to the Ray Building parking lot where subject pulled a firearm out and threatened him with it. As the officer arrived the subject left. Officer followed the subject and stopped him at Seward Highway and Sea Lion. Upon investigation it was determined that subject did not have, nor threaten the reporting party with, a firearm. Charges for false report were forwarded against the subject. Witness/involved party contacted.

Nov. 16

03:25 - Individual reported that lights were flashing outside AVTEC on Second. Officer found a general fire alarm sounding. SVFD dispatched to the scene and found no fire. Alarm was activated in zone 1. The alarm was reset and the building secured.

05:35 - Individual requested an officer to Kimberly Court Apartments for a male banging on the door. Officer contacted the subject and transported him to his residence on Old Nash Road.

10:00 - Individual in turned in medication for destruction.

11:32 - Ambulance requested in front of Thorn’s Showcase. SVFD/SVAC dispatched.

11:54 - Citation for fail to show proof insurance issued to Patrick King on Fourth in front of AK Starfish. Verbal warning for speed.

14:48 - Verbal warning for speed given at Nash Road and Bette Cato.

15:53 - SVFD reported that the Marina Motel and the Breeze Inn were receiving harassing phone calls from an unknown party reporting to them that their building was on fire and that they needed to pull the fire alarm. The calls are false and have been repeated five or six times. Essential One received a call that there was a gas leak and to turn off the pumps and Thorn’s reported a call telling them to evacuate the building. Safeway was given notice that they may get a call.

22:08 - 911 caller requested an ambulance to Third.

Nov. 17

15:48 - Individual with Parks and Rec reported possible drug activity outside TYC.

20:27 - Individual requested a welfare check on a dog that had been tied by a short tether all day behind the library near the apartment building next to the old library. Neighbors said that the dog is tied out all day, everyday. Officer advised that it has a heavy coat and did not look distressed but will attempt to talk to the owner and make sure it is put inside for the night.

Nov. 18

22:11 - ATS Alaska reported a fire alarm at Swetmann Avenue at the Seward High School. Caused by steam.

00:05 - Officers broke up a fight between Sean Lindemann and Joshua Mahiai in front of the Yukon Bar. Both were given a verbal warning for disorderly contact and told no more bars for the evening. Both left on foot separately.

09:03 - Ambulance requested to meet Guardian Flight at the airport. SVAC dispatched.

10:00 - Earthquake: Magnitude 7.0 near the Solomon Islands. No tsunami was expected.

14:45 - Individual brought an intoxicated driver who was stranded at the Wye. Trooper responded to City Hall. Jonathan Lolonde arrested for DUI and taken to SCJ.

17:18 - Officer requested a case for an agency assist for custodial property.

18:46 - Verbal warning for not illuminating head lights after dark given at Seward Highway and Sea Lion Drive, .

Abbreviations: SPD, Seward Police Department; SFD, Seward Fire Department; SVFD, Seward Volunteer Fire Department; SVAC, Seward Volunteer Ambulance Corps; SCJ, Seward Community Jail; ACO, Animal Control Officer; BCVFD, Bear Creek Volunteer Fire Department; MPVFD, Moose Pass Volunteer Fire Department SAST, Soldotna Alaska State Troopers; AST, Alaska State Troopers; PSMC, Providence Seward Medical Center; SCCC, Spring Creek Correctional Center; USCG, United States Coast Guard; SMIC, Seward Marine Industrial Center; PBT, Portable Breathalyzer Test .; BTR, Breath Test Refusal; DWLR, Drove While License Revoked; DWLS, Drove While License Suspended; DUI, Drove Under Influence; MICS, Misconduct Involving a Controlled Substance; DV, Domestic Violence; FTA, Failure To Appear; MCA, Minor Consuming Alcohol.

 

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