Saturday, Oct. 2

• At 5 p.m. Alaska Wildlife Troopers, Kodiak Post, issued an AUC to a 30-year-old male of Tok in Kodiak for not leaving the evidence of sex naturally attached to a deer carcass. An investigation by troopers revealed he shot a deer while hunting on Kodiak Island. He cleaned and quartered the deer and did not leave the evidence of the sex of the deer naturally attached to the deer’s carcass, thereby making it impossible to tell if the carcass was a buck or doe. Bail was set at $160.

• At 5 p.m. Alaska Wildlife Troopers, Kodiak Post, issued an AUC to a 30-year-old male of Anchorage in Kodiak for not leaving the evidence of sex naturally attached to a deer carcass. An investigation by troopers revealed he shot a deer while hunting on Kodiak Island. He cleaned and quartered the deer and did not leave the evidence of the sex of the deer naturally attached to the deer’s carcass, thereby making it impossible to tell if the carcass was a buck or doe. Bail was set at $160.

Friday, Oct. 8

• At 3 p.m. Alaska Wildlife Troopers, Kodiak Post,issued an AUC to a 34-year-old male of Kodiak on the Buskin River near Kodiak for retaining a snagged coho (silver) salmon. An investigation by troopers revealed he caught and retained a coho salmon that was hooked other than in the mouth. Bail was set at $130.

Sunday, Oct. 10

• At approximately 8:45 p.m. Kodiak AST received a call from the National Emergency Response Coordination Center of a report that an emergency personal locater beacon had been activated. The beacon was registered to a 54-year-old male of Anchorage. He was reported to be hunting on Afognak Island alone. No other information was available as to his condition or available equipment. A search and rescue was initiated and on Oct. 11 at approximately 12:30 a.m. A USCG helicopter crew along with a trooper and USCG military police officer aboard located the man near the cabin where he was staying. He was recovered and flown to Kodiak without incident.

Monday, Oct. 11

• At approximately 8:36 a.m., a 47-year-old male of Anchorage reported to AST Kodiak that approximately 35 gallons of diesel fuel had been stolen from the fuel tanks on his 1975 International crane truck. The truck had been fueled the week prior and then remained parked at a storage lot on Rezanof Drive. At $4.11 per gallon the loss is an estimated $143.85.

• At approximately 6:11 p.m. Kodiak AST received a report of an injured hunter near Uyak Bay on Kodiak Island. Investigation revealed that a 25-year-old female of Anchorage was hunting near Amook Island in Uyak Bay with her husband and another hunter. The hunters were traveling down the mountain in the snow when she broke her leg. The Coast Guard was contacted and launched a helicopter. At approximately 9:37 p.m. the helicopter located the hunting party and she was flown from the scene and transported to Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center for treatment.

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