Troopers investigate teen party incident

Sept. 17
Alaska Wildlife Troopers cited a 51-year-old Homer man for taking a bull moose with a 45-inch rack and two brow tines on each side in the Coal Creek area near Cantwell where the bag limit requires a 50-inch rack with four brow tines on at least one side. Troopers seized the meat and antlers.
Sept. 24
Alaska State Troopers at 9:35 a.m. did a welfare check at a Ninilchik home and charged a 43-year-old man with sixth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance.
Sept. 25
Troopers at 7:38 a.m. went to a report of a burglary at an Anchor Point business where an unidentified man stole a safe containing cash. The investigation is continuing.
Troopers at 10:17 a.m. went to a car crash near Mile 160 Sterling Highway. They said a 19-year-old Soldotna man driving a refrigerated food truck went off the road when he removed his seat belt to try to grab his cell phone that had fallen on the floor. The truck flipped end over end. The man had non life threatening injuries and was taken to South Peninsula Hospital by Anchor Point EMTs. Troopers cited him for negligent driving and failure to wear a seat belt.
An Anchor Point man at 12:12 p.m. reported his Ford Mustang was taken from his Sterling Highway property. Troopers said two men loaded the car onto a trailer and drove it away. They described the Mustang as being black with blue stripes with oversize drag tires and having no engine or transmission. Anyone with information on the cars whereabouts is asked to call the troopers at 235-8239.
Sept. 29
Troopers at 12:20 a.m. made a traffic stop on a 49-year-old man in Homer and arrested him on an outstanding warrant.
Troopers at 8:51 p.m. went to a report every drunk driver immediately complaint of a person driving erratically in a 1998 silver Dodge Durango near Mile 140 Sterling Highway. Troopers stopped a 23-year-old man and arrested him for driving under the influence, drugs, and fourth-degree weapons misconduct.

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