Saturday, Aug. 30

• Alaska Wildlife Troopers, Kodiak Post, issued an AUC to a 48-year-old male of Kodiak for sport fishing in Chiniak Bay with more than one line. Bail was set at $110.

Tuesday, Aug. 2

• At 6:47 p.m. Alaska Wildlife Troopers, Kodiak Post, issued an AUC to a 44-year-old male of Jacksonville, Fla., for catching and retaining a snagged pink salmon at Roslyn Creek near Kodiak. Bail was set at $130.

• AST Kodiak received a call form an animal care provider expressing concern for a puppy that had been diagnosed with a broken femur six days earlier. The dog owner was identified as a 56-year-old female of Kodiak. An investigation was initiated and AST determined that the dog’s injury remained untreated and proper treatment was not likely to occur if left in the custody of the owner. AST seized the dog at a home on Eider Street and released it into the care of the Kodiak Animal Shelter. The owner was charged with cruelty to animals (a class A misdemeanor) and was served with a court summons.

Wednesday Aug. 3

• At 1 p.m. Alaska Wildlife Troopers, Kodiak Post, issued an AUC to a 56-year-old male of Maryland for sport fishing for pink salmon in closed waters. An investigation by troopers revealed he had caught and retained a pink salmon above the bridge on the American river, which is closed to all salmon fishing, except king salmon from Aug. 1 through Sept. 15. Bail was set at $130.

• At approximately 2:24 p.m. Alaska State Troopers (AST) received a report of violating a domestic violence protective order and violating conditions of release. AST investigation revealed a 22-year-old male of Kodiak violated a domestic violence protective order and violated conditions of release by telephoning a victim in a recent domestic assault. He was arrested at McDonald’s in Kodiak and transported to the Kodiak Jail without a set bail.

• At 8:28 p.m. Alaska Wildlife Troopers, Kodiak Post, issued an AUC to a 39-year-old male of Chugiak for driving with a revoked operator’s license. Troopers contacted him while he was sport fishing at the Olds River near Kodiak. An investigation by troopers revealed he drove to the Olds River while his driving license was revoked. Arraignment is scheduled in the Kodiak District.

Thursday, Aug. 4

• At approximately 2:23 p.m. Alaska State Troopers (AST) arrested a 22-year-old male of Kodiak for a $25 arrest warrant for Failure to fulfill juror sanction at the Kodiak District Court. He was remanded to the Kodiak Police Department Jail.

• The Chignik Bay Village Public Safety Officer (VPSO) investigated the report of an assault in the village of Chignik Bay. VPSO investigation revealed that a 26-year-old of Chignik Bay had assaulted a female on Aug. 4. He was arrested by the VPSO on one count of assault 4th domestic violence and on one count of interfering with the report of a domestic violence crime, and booked at the jail in King Salmon. He was arraigned and released on $1,000 bail.

• Alaska Wildlife Troopers, Kodiak Post, issued an AUC to a 61-year-old female of Kodiak for failing to release a sockeye salmon hooked other than in the mouth. Bail was set at $130.

Saturday, Aug. 6

• At approximately 3:15 a.m. after receiving a report of a disturbance, Chignik Bay VPSO arrested a 47-year-old male of Chignik Bay, for domestic violence assault IV. Investigation revealed he had physically assaulted an adult female by causing minor injury to her face. He was booked at King Salmon jail. Alcohol was involved.

• At approximately 12:30 p.m. the State of Alaska Office of Children’s Services requested for AST Kodiak to conduct a welfare check on two children at a residence in Jackson’s Trailer Park. AST responded to a trailer on Jackson Lane and located the children and their mother, a 41-year-old resident of Kodiak. She was under the influence of alcohol, which was a violation of release conditions imposed by the Kodiak District Court following her July 9 arrest for DUI. She was arrested at the scene for violation of release conditions (a B misdemeanor) and held at the Kodiak City Jail pending an arraignment.

Sunday, Aug. 7

• At 8 p.m. Alaska Wildlife Troopers, Kodiak Post, issued an AUC to a 40-year-old male of Trout Creek, Mont., for failing to log a king salmon. An investigation by Troopers revealed he caught and retained a 29-inch king salmon in the Olds River near Kodiak and failed to log the king salmon on his license as required. Bail was set at $110.

• At approximately 10:30 p.m. AST responded to a trailer in Rasmussen’s Trailer Park after receiving a 911 call reporting an incident of domestic violence. An investigation resulted in the arrest of a 37-year-old female resident of Kodiak. She was charged with assault 3rd degree (a class C felony), assault 4th degree (a class B misdemeanor), and criminal mischief 4th degree (a class A misdemeanor). She was remanded to the Kodiak jail and held without bail pending an arraignment.

Monday, Aug. 8

• At approximately 4:45 p.m. AST Kodiak responded to a report of a motor vehicle collision at the intersection of Rezanof Drive and Antone Way. Investigation revealed that a 2002 Ford Focus and a 2009 Kenworth dump truck were both headed north on Rezanof Drive. The Ford Focus, driven by a 23-year-old female of Kodiak, attempted to turn left onto Antone Way. The Kenworth dump truck, driven by a 27-year-old male of Kodiak, collided with the back of the Ford Focus. Neither driver was injured, both were wearing their safety belts. Damage was estimated to be $4,000 for the Ford Focus and $1,000 for the Kenworth. The dump truck driver was issued an AUC for following too close.

• At 6:27 p.m. Alaska Wildlife Troopers, Kodiak Post, issued an AUC to a 30-year-old male of Kodiak for sport fishing closed waters. An investigation by troopers revealed he caught and retained five pink salmon in the American River upstream of the Chiniak Highway bridge, which are waters closed to sport fishing for pink salmon Aug. 1 through Sept. 15. Bail was set at $210.

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