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Information received from the Anchorage Police Department CAD Log of Reports Taken for the Chugiak-Eagle River area via Jennifer Castro of the APD Communications Department and transcribed by Amy Armstrong.
Mon., Sept. 26
A 20-inch LED light bar was reported missing from the work vehicle of an Alaska Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Officer parked in the 12000 block of Business Blvd in Eagle River. Citizen reporting the alleged theft said he or she knew the light bar was present at the vehicle three days prior. There is no suspect for the theft at this time. The light bar is valued at $594.
An online report of theft filed by citizen indicating the driver’s side door of their vehicle parked in the 10900 block of Nakochina Circle in Eagle River was slightly ajar at 5 a.m. when they left for work. The center console and glove box were open. The vehicle registration and GPS device were missing.
Tues., Sept. 27
Officers responded to the Homestead Lounge in Eagle River to a report of a person creating a disturbance by an adult male that had just arrived at the establishment and appeared to already be intoxicated. It was reported that the male had driven allegedly driven himself to the establishment while intoxicated. Officers administered the standard field sobriety test to Shawn Haddox, age 33. He was arrested and charged with driving under the influence (of alcohol) after the on-site breath test registered above the legal limit for alcohol.
A citizen called police to report alleged burglary of a brown Winchester safe was missing from a residence in the 10800 block of Neacola Circle in Eagle River. The citizen told police the last time he remembered seeing the safe was in June. The safe contained ammo and coins. Nothing else was reported missing from the garage and there were no signs of forced entry.
Officers take fraud report from an employee at Carrs grocery story in Eagle River. The employee discovered two $20 bills he or she suspected to be fake. Bills were discovered when employee counted the till and the two bills in question were found to have the same matching serial number. The suspected fake bills were taken as evidence by police.
Officer dispatched to a report of a burglary in the 16000 block of Carla Street in Eagle River to a residence under construction. The worker came to the house in the morning to find a window busted out and two door knobs having been tampered with. No items were missing from the residence. No suspect information was available, but the residence was processed (dusted) for fingerprints.
APD responded to report of alleged shoplifting by 57-year-old Daniel Davis who took an estimated $240 of food items and left the store building without paying. Davis was confronted by a store employee in the parking lot and asked to return to the store. Davis did not comply with that request, according to the employee’s statement to the police, but instead departed from the premise having left his jacket and identification at the store. Davis has been charged with trespassing and is ordered to not enter all Carrs grocery stores for one year. Police said Davis will be cited for shoplifting.
Wed., Sept. 28
An adult male, no age given, reported he was cut on the head while at his trailer residence in the 16000 block of the Old Glenn Highway. Officers spoke with the alleged victim but were unable to gather any further evidence or information from the victim except that he had been hit in the head with a hatchet. The victim was transported to an Anchorage hospital for treatment. The responding officer indicated the victim did not appear to be intoxicated. Responding officers spoke with others at the trailer residence but were unable to gather any further details as none of those spoken to know what had happened to the victim. A search of the premise did not locate a hatchet.