Saturday, Oct. 16
• At 5:56 p.m. Alaska Wildlife Troopers, Kodiak Post, issued an AUC to a 62-year-old male of Kodiak at Monashka Creek near Kodiak for retaining a snagged silver salmon. An investigation by troopers revealed that while fishing in Monashka Creek, he caught and retained a silver salmon hooked other than in the mouth. Bail was set at $130.
Tuesday, Oct. 19
• At 4:20 a.m. Kodiak Police Department (KPD) dispatch received a 911 call from a 29-year-old male of Juneau reporting he had been assaulted, robbed and thrown off a cliff. The caller was initially unsure of the location but was later determined to be in the area of Jackson Trailer Court. AST found the complainant walking in Jackson Trailer Court. During the investigation he became uncooperative and aggressive toward AST and KPD officers. He would not provide any suspect descriptions or location of the assault. There are no suspects at this time.
Thursday, Oct. 22
• At 5:30 p.m. Alaska Wildlife Troopers, Kodiak Post, arrested a 33-year-old male of Kodiak for driving under the influence of alcohol and for driving with a suspended Washington state operator’s license. An arraignment is scheduled in the Kodiak District Court on Oct. 29 at 9:30 a.m.
Monday, Oct. 25
• At approximately 10:30 a.m. USCG Military Police notified AST of their discovery of the smoldering remains of a 2005 Chevy pickup near Mile 4.5 of Antone Larsen Road. The vehicle was a total loss with an estimated value of $16,000. Investigation revealed that the owner of the vehicle, a 27-year-old male resident of Kodiak, left the truck at that location the evening prior with a flat tire. The truck remained on the side of the road overnight during which time it appears it was intentionally set ablaze.
• At approximately 4:20 a.m. Alaska State Troopers were notified of a single vehicle rollover on Lilly Drive.
Investigation revealed that a 1999 Toyota SUV, driven by a 24-year-old female of Kodiak, was backing out of a driveway onto Lilly Drive and went into the ditch where the vehicle overturned onto its top. All occupants were wearing safety belts and no injuries were sustained. Total damage was estimated at $3,000.