It's a police car until you look closely and see the details don't quite match. (Juneau Empire File / Michael Penn)

Police calls for Saturday, May 14, 2022

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

This report contains information available to the Empire from law enforcement and public safety agencies.

Assault

At 10:42 a.m. on Thursday, a 42-year-old man was arrested for domestic violence- assault and taken to Lemon Creek Correctional Center.

Escape

At 8:53 a.m. on Thursday, 38-year-old Jasmine Miller was arrested for escape, criminal mischief and violating conditions of release in the 10700 block of Glacier Highway and taken to LCCC.

Traffic stop

At 7:39 p.m. on Wednesday, 34-year-old Tori Tyler was arrested for misconduct involving a controlled substance and driving with a revoked license in the 1700 block of Central Avenue. 34-year-old Ricardo Contreras was arrested for misconduct involving a controlled substance and misconduct involved weapons. 30-year-old Joshua Peterson-Candelaria was arrested for misconduct involving a controlled substance and violating conditions of release. The vehicle they were in was impounded. All three were taken to LCCC.

At 10:27 a.m. on Thursday, 41-year-old Hugo Acosta Vanegas was cited and released for driving without a valid license in the 2800 block of Postal Way.

Trespassing

At 11:34 a.m. on Thursday, 61-year-old Thomas M. Bell was cited and released for trespassing on the 8700 block of Glacier Highway.

Warrant arrest

At 11:32 p.m. on Wednesday, 38-year-old Derik Lawrence Wythe was arrested for Alaska State Troopers warrants in the 2400 block of Ka See An Drive and taken to LCCC.

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