Alaska Wildlife Troopers cited a 44-year-old Homer man and an 18-year-old Homer man for failing to record a king salmon greater than 20 inches in length taken from Kachemak Bay waters.
Wildlife Troopers cited a 49-year-old Palmer man and a 47-year-old Fairbanks man for retaining an overlimit of halibut while fishing in Cook Inlet. Troopers said the men took six halibut over their daily bag limit of two each on June 25 and 21 halibut over the daily bag limit of two each on June 26. Troopers also said the Palmer man fileted the halibut inconsistent with International Pacific Halibut Commission regulations.
Wildlife troopers cited a 30-year-old Anchorage man for failure to record on a duplicate fishing license all finfish landed that year subject to reporting requirements.
Wildlife troopers cited a 39-year-old Anchorage man, a 46-year-old Homer woman and a 33-year-old Eagle River man for failing to record a king salmon greater than 20 inches caught in Kachemak Bay.
Troopers at 7:15 p.m. went to a “report every dangerous driver immediately” call of a driver heading north near Mile 78 Seward Highway near Girdwood. Troopers stopped the suspect driver, a 60-year-old Homer man, near Mile 89 and arrested him for driving under the influence.
Troopers at 7:40 a.m. received a report of a burglary at a Thurmond Drive home in Anchor Point. Troopers said that sometime on July 2 somebody entered the home and stole items valued at more than $750.
Wildlife Troopers cited a 37-year-old man for commercial fishing with a drift gill net during a closed period.
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