Thursday, April 9

At approximately 11:05 a.m., Alaska State Troopers responded to the report of a vehicle with an overturned trailer near mile 3.5 of Rezanof Drive. Subsequent investigation revealed that a 24-year-old Kodiak man had been driving a 2003 Ford F250 Pickup while towing a 26-foot trailer loaded with a mini-excavator when the trailer started to fishtail. He attempted to slow and control the trailer’s way, but lost control. The trailer collided with the ditch and overturned on the north side of Rezanof Drive. Both the trailer and mini-excavator sustained moderate but functional damage. The F250 pickup sustained no damage. Total damage incurred is estimated at approximately $5,000. The driver reported that he was wearing his seatbelt at the time of the incident and he was not injured. AST would like to thank members of the U.S. Coast Guard Military Police for their assistance with this investigation

Saturday, April 11

Kodiak Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted a 64-year-old Kodiak woman concerning her 2014 resident sport fish license. Investigation found she did not meet the requirements for a resident sport fishing license at the time of purchase. She was issued a citation for false statement on a sport fish license. Bail was set at $310

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