(Juneau Empire File / Michael Penn)

(Juneau Empire File / Michael Penn)

Police calls for Friday Aug. 12, 2022

This report contains public information from law enforcement and public safety agencies.

  • Juneau Empire
  • Friday, August 12, 2022 6:30am
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This report contains information available to the Empire from law enforcement and public safety agencies.

Child Abuse/Neglect

At 4:51 p.m. on Tuesday, Juneau Police Department conducted a confidential investigation into a report of child abuse in the 1800 block of Shell Simmons Drive.

Motor Vehicle Crash Damage Only

At 5:27 p.m. on Tuesday, a 2006 Chevrolet van was involved in a motor vehicle wreck with a 2001 tour bus in the 200 block of Marine Way. No injuries were reported.

Theft

At 6:59 p.m. on Tuesday, a 33-year-old woman reported her boat was ransacked in the 11400 block of Auke Bay Harbor Road.

Traffic Stop

At 12:48 p.m. on Tuesday, 37-year-old Antoinette Fancis Koeing was arrested in the 8800 block of Egan Drive for failure to register a vehicle. The 1993 Plymouth van she was driving was impounded.

At 12:48 p.m. on Tuesday, 46-year-old Adam Poprycz was arrested in the 8800 block of Egan Drive for violating conditions of his release. Poprycz was taken to Lemon Creek Correctional Center.

At 1:53 p.m. on Tuesday, 39-year-old Christina May Reynolds was arrested on Yandukin Drive for driving while license was revoked and for violating conditions of her release.

At 12:41 a.m. on Wednesday, 31-year-old Even Andrew Palmer-Smith was arrested in the 1000 block of 4th Street for driving while intoxicated. The vehicle he was driving was impounded.

Warrant arrest

At 6:55 p.m. on Tuesday, 20-year-old Paul Harding was arrested in the 6200 block of Alaway Avenue on a warrant. Harding was taken to LCCC.

At 7:08 p.m. on Tuesday, 39-year-old Valerie Parkinson was arrested in the 8700 block of Teal Street on a warrant. Parkinson was taken to LCCC.

At 8:11 a.m. on Wednesday, 31-year-old Alexandria Elizabeth Atkinson was arrested in the 8700 block of Glacier Highway on a warrant for failure to appear for a trial call for the original charge of larceny. Atkinson was taken to LCCC.

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