Police & Fire for Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2015

Fire and medical

• On Friday, Capital City Fire/Rescue responded to eight EMS calls, an agency assist call on Teslin Street, a two-vehicle car crash on Egan Drive where a woman was taken to Bartlett Regional Hospital and another was checked for injuries and given First Aid, and a report of smoke on Whittier Street that ended up being an unattended warming fire on the beach. CCFR extinguished the fire.

Warrant arrest

• At 11:37 a.m. Sunday, Alaska State Troopers arrested Paul Locher, 56, of Juneau, at his residence on Stephen Richards Drive on an outstanding warrant for failure to comply with conditions of probation on the original charge of misconduct involving controlled substances in the second degree. He was taken to LCCC and held on $20,000 cash bail.

Wildlife violations

• On Oct. 10, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Kyle Gould, 21, of Juneau, as he was returning from waterfowl hunting on the Mendenhall Wetlands State Game Refuge near Fish Creek. Investigation revealed that Gould had been convicted during the previous waterfowl season of a hunting violation on the Mendenhall Wetlands, making him ineligible to hunt there during the 2015 waterfowl season. Gould was issued a strict liability citation.

• On Oct. 11, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Dennis Lavigne, 32, and Christopher Montez, 31, both of Juneau, while they were waterfowl hunting on the Mendenhall Wetlands State Game Refuge. Investigation revealed both men failed to obtain a permit to hunt waterfowl on the Refuge as required. They were issued strict liability citations.

• On Oct. 13, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Dennis Capua, 60, of Juneau, captain and permit-holder on the F/V Potluck, after an investigation revealed that he had left commercial Dungeness crab pots in fishing condition after the close of the 2015 Summer Dungeness Crab fishery. He was issued a strict liability violation citation.

• On Friday, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Nicolas Ettinger, 20, of Juneau, after an investigation revealed that on Aug. 30, he had retained three Coho salmon over his limit at DIPAC. Ettinger was issued a $170 citation.

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