Troopers Report

May 13

Alaska State Troopers at 11:36 p.m. went to a report of a disturbance at a Kingsley Road address in Ninilchik. Troopers alleged a 44-year-old Flat Rock, Mich., woman had hit a household member several times, causing him injury. Troopers arrested the woman for fourth-degree assault, domestic violence.

May 14

Alaska Wildlife Troopers cited a 45-year-old Homer man for failure to record a king salmon after landing. Troopers contacted the man fishing in Kachemak Bay near Bluff Point.

May 15

Troopers at 1:14 p.m. went to a report of a theft at a Buehler Drive home. Troopers alleged that the electric meter on the residence had been removed and bypassed to allow the residence to obtain electricity without it being metered or billed. An investigation is ongoing.

May 17

Troopers at 10:29 a.m. went to a report that a person went to a home near Mile 151.5 Sterling Highway and found a blue 2006 Chevrolet truck had smashed into a home and the male driver was trapped and unresponsive. Anchor Point EMTs and Highway Patrol troopers responded. EMTs extricated the man, a 76-year-old South Carolina man, and took him to South Peninsula Hospital where he was pronounced dead. Next of kin were notified as well as the State Medical Examiner. An investigation is ongoing.

At about 8:30 p.m., a person flagged down troopers on Kingsley Road in Ninilchik. Troopers alleged a 44-year-old Ninilchik man recklessly placed a family member in fear of imminent injury. Troopers arrested the man for fourth-degree assault, domestic violence.

May 18

Troopers at 11:02 a.m. received a report of damaged property in Aurora Lagoon in Kachemak Bay. Troopers said unknown individuals cut a 400-foot mooring line into pieces and left it on the beach. The estimated price of the mooring line was $300. Investigation continues.

 

Information regarding courthouse activity is taken from logbooks and court-issued forms and may not contain all details of the final disposition of each case. Case files are available for public review at the courthouse.

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