Police & Fire for Tuesday, Dec. 01

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.

Domestic violence

• At 5:23 p.m. Sunday, a 22-year-old man was arrested for violating a domestic violence protective order and resisting arrest. He was taken to Lemon Creek Correctional Center. Alcohol was not involved.

• At 9:14 p.m. Sunday, the Juneau Police Department received a report of a domestic violence assault. Investigation continues.

Drug activity

• At 9:22 p.m. Sunday, JPD responded to the 1800 block of Shell Simmons Drive, and a case was created for destruction.

• At 1:02 a.m. Monday, investigation continues into drug activity in the 9300 block of Glacier Highway.

Fire and medical

• On Wednesday, Capital City Fire/Rescue responded to five EMS calls, a two-vehicle accident on Egan Drive where occupants were checked for injuries and declined further medical services, a carbon monoxide alarm on Columbia Boulevard, a false fire alarm on Salmon Creek Lane, a fire alarm on Seward Street for an extinguisher above a stove that was accidentally discharged, a false fire alarm on Willoughby Avenue that sounded due to burnt food and a call to Auke Lake Way that was cancelled en route.

• On Thursday, CCFR responded to seven EMS calls, an agency assist call on Lemon Creek Road, a transport call to take a person from Juneau International Airport to Bartlett Regional Hospital, a false fire alarm on Channcie Court, and a report of shorted electrical equipment on Douglas Highway for a stove that was shorted out.

• On Friday, CCFR responded to seven EMS calls and a transport call.

• On Saturday, CCFR responded to 11 EMS calls, a two-vehicle accident with injuries on Douglas Highway where one driver had to be extricated from the vehicle and she was taken to BRH, a call to confirm a death on Gold Street, a false fire alarm on Egan Drive caused by steam, and a call to Tongass Boulevard that was cancelled en route.

• On Sunday, CCFR responded to six EMS calls, a transport call, and a report of a person standing on a sidebar in the Mendenhall River. While en route to that call, CCFR learned the person was uninjured and was able to walk to the side of the river. The man was assessed to ensure there were no medical issues.

Theft

• At 1:15 p.m. Sunday, Teresa Kennedy, 41, was cited and released for stealing $132.22 in merchandise from a business in the 8100 block of Glacier Highway.

• At 2:47 p.m. Sunday, JPD received a report of shoplifting in the 600 block of Willoughby Avenue.

• At 10:54 a.m. Monday, JPD received a report of a theft in the 1700 block of Douglas Highway. Investigation continues.

Vandalism

• At 2:22 p.m. Sunday, a 61-year-old man reported his vehicle was vandalized in the 3600 block of Amalga Street.

Welfare check

• At 5:01 p.m. Sunday, investigation continues regarding a confidential matter.

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