Police & Fire for Tuesday, Oct. 13, 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.

Assault

• At 7:16 p.m. Saturday, JPD received a report of an assault by a 69-year-old man to a 43-year-old woman in the 800 block of 12th Street. Investigation continues.

Domestic dispute

• At 9:43 p.m. Saturday, JPD responded to a domestic dispute.

Drunken driving

• At 11:17 p.m. Saturday, Stacey Shanigan, 44, was arrested for DWI in the 3300 block of Douglas Highway. Her vehicle was impounded.

Fire and medical

• On Friday, Capital City Fire/Rescue responded to seven EMS calls, a call to Hospital Drive that was cancelled en route and one transport call to take a person and flight crew from Bartlett Regional Hospital to the Juneau International Airport.

• On Saturday, CCFR responded to five EMS calls, a call to Douglas Highway that was cancelled en route, one transport call, a fire alarm on Crow Hill Drive that was activated by a person heating a bearing hub, and a burn complaint on Ling Court.

• On Sunday, CCFR responded to three EMS calls, one transport call and a house fire on Point Lena Loop Road. No one was inside at the time of the fire, and no injuries were reported. The building was a total loss, and the cause of the fire is under investigation by the CCFR Fire Marshal’s Office.

Shoplifting

• At 1:14 p.m. Saturday, Ashley Bethel, 26, was arrested for shoplifting in the 8100 block of Glacier Highway. The value of the merchandise was $128.60.

Theft

• At 3:49 p.m. Saturday, JPD received a report that a Kona bicycle, valued at $800, was stolen in the Auke Bay area.

• At 5:28 a.m. Sunday, a 23-year-old woman reported the theft of her cell phone, valued at about $800.

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