Dog Feces Dispute Leads to Harassment and Assault Charges For Two Eagle River Women
Editor’s Disclaimer: Information received from the Anchorage Police Department CAD Log of Reports Taken for the Chugiak-Eagle River area as recorded online at the Community Crime Map via Renee Oistad of the APD Communications Department and transcribed by Amy Armstrong. All persons are assumed innocent until proven guilty by a court of law.
Fri., April 28
A 2002 white Ford Ranger was stolen while parked in a business parking lot in the 12300 block of the Old Glenn Highway in Eagle River. The vehicle was locked but had a spare set of keys inside. This vehicle has not yet been recovered by police.
Jarvis D. Lindsey, age 35 of Eagle River, was arrested and charged with alleged assault after allegedly choking his girlfriend. The incident occurred in the 16400 block of Home Place in Eagle River. According to police reports, Lindsey showed signs of intoxication when officers made contact with him.
Sat., April 29
Danny W. Smith, age 24 of Anchorage, was issued citations from speeding in a school zone and driving without proof of insurance. An APD officer conducted a traffic stop for a vehicle that was speeding. The actual traffic stop occurred in the 19000 block of the Glenn Highway. The vehicle being driven by Smith was impounded.
Gregory A. Friday, age 41 of Wasilla, was arrested for alleged operation of a motor vehicle under the influence and for driving with a revoked license after an APD patrol officer witnessed the Honda Pilot Friday was driving pass the patrol car on the Glenn Highway at a speed that allegedly exceeded 80 miles per hour. The arrest was made in the 16300 block of Artillery Road.
Sun., April 30
Three unidentified people were trespassed from the Eagle River Wal-Mart in the 18600 block of Eagle River Road for life after police were called for a shoplifting case. Kelsey R. Munholland, age 22 of Houston, AK, was arrested and jailed for an existing warrant. No theft charges were pressed in the case, according to police records.
APD officers were called to a residence in the 16400 block of Home Place in Eagle River in response to a physical and verbal altercation regarding alleged refusal to clean up dog feces. According to police reports, Vanessa Platter, age 42 of Eagle River, was charged with alleged harassment after she was reported to have thrown dog feces at Crystal Parrilla, age 24 also of Eagle River. Parilla was charged with alleged assault for slapping Platter in the head. According to the police report, Platter allegedly threw the dog feces that were located in a vacant lot at Parrilla after Parilla allegedly refused to clean the dog feces that allegedly came from her dog.
Mon., May 1
An APD officer noted a van driving through the Eagle River Wal-Mart parking lot that did not have a front license plate. The officer ran a computer check of the rear plate and discovered that it was stolen from another vehicle. Further investigation revealed that the van likely is one that was reported as stolen from the Kenai Peninsula. The officer watched the driver of the vehicle park the vehicle in the Wal-Mart lot. The officer waited for two back-up officers to arrive. The three patrol vehicles were being positioned to block the van when the van turned abruptly, hit an unoccupied car and left the area at what police reports describe as a high rate of speed. The officers did not pursue the vehicle. Further investigation of this case is pending.
Tues., May 2
Ethan C. Philbrick, age 26 of Anchorage, was issued citations for driving on a revoked license, expired vehicle registration and driving with no insurance after APD officers stopped the vehicle he was driving because it had expired license tag on the plate. The incident occurred in the 12100 block of the Old Glenn Highway in Eagle River. The vehicle was impounded.
Editor’s Note: Motorists are encouraged to contact police at 786-8900 and file REDDI reports (Report Every Dangerous Driver Immediately) when they observe inappropriate driving behavior. Learn more about crime trends in your community online at https://communitycrimemap.com. Follow the prompts in the left column to enter specific dates and crime events.