Police & Fire for Sunday, Nov. 15, 2015

This report contains information provided to the Empire from law enforcement agencies. This report includes arrest and citation information, not conviction information. Anyone listed in this report is presumed innocent.

Burglary

• At 10:39 a.m. Friday, the Juneau Police Department investigated a reported burglary in the 10900 block of Glacier Highway.

Domestic dispute

• At 6:27 p.m. Thursday, a 23-year-old woman was arrested for domestic violence assault and criminal mischief in the 3600 block of Amalga Street.

• At 3:24 a.m. Friday, a 32-year-old woman reported her 25-year-old boyfriend sprayed her in the face with pepper spray in the Juneau area.

Fire and medical

• On Tuesday, Capital City Fire/Rescue responded to five EMS calls, a transport call, an unauthorized burn on Thane Road and a single vehicle accident on Fritz Cove Road.

• On Wednesday, CCFR responded to six EMS calls and a transport call to take a male patient and flight team from Bartlett Regional Hospital to Juneau International Airport.

• On Thursday, CCFR responded to a fire alarm on Shell Simmons Drive that sounded when someone had removed a smoke detector, a fire alarm on third Street wherein there was no obvious cause for the alarm, a fire alarm on Decoy Boulevard sounded due to a system malfunction, and five EMS calls.

Theft

• At 11:08 p.m. Thursday, an investigation continued into a reported theft of clothing and electronics in the 2700 block of Roger Street.

• At 8:37 a.m. Friday, a 35-year-old man reported his unlocked vehicle rifled and items stolen in the 1500 block of Ling Court.

Vandalism

• At 12:46 p.m. Thursday, a 73-year-old woman reported her vehicle vandalzied in the 1300 block of Fritz Cove Road.

• At 2:51 a.m. Friday, an investigation continued into vandalism at the First National Bank on Front Street.

Vehicle accident

• At 3:09 a.m. Friday, police investigated a vehicle collission on private property in the 5000 block of Douglas Highway. Both vehicles sustained less than $400 in damage. No one was injured.

Vehicle in ditch

• At 7:33 a.m. Friday, a 73-year-old man rolled his 2002 Cadillac SUV in his neighbors driveway in the 19400 block of Glacier Highway. The driver was taken to Bartlett Regional Hospital.

Welfare check

• At 1:17 a.m. Friday, an incident was reported where an infant was left unattended in the 9000 block of Stephen Richards Memorial Drive. Charges of endangerment to follow. Alcohol involved.

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