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Trooper Dispatch Week of September 14, 2015

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Location: Hollis/Prince of Wales Island
Case number: AK15074296
Type: Suspicious Circumstances

 Text: On 9/10/15 at approximately 1431 hours, Alaska State Troopers received a call from an Inter-Island Ferry (IFA) Terminal employee in Hollis on Prince of Wales Island who was reporting a possible explosive device in an exterior trash can. The building was evacuated, vehicle and foot traffic was blocked from the area, the IFA ferry was held in Ketchikan, and air traffic was routed away from the building. AST was able to obtain a photo of the device, and after sharing it with explosives experts at the FBI, it was decided that there was a high likelihood that it was real. At about 1800 hours, after obtaining and reviewing surveillance video, AST was able to identify and talk to the person who had put it in the trashcan. The person confirmed that it was a novelty alarm clock that was discarded in the trashcan after it had gotten broken. There appears to have been no malicious intent and no further action is being taken. Author: CJG0 Received Monday, September 14, 2015 2:14 PM and posted Monday, September 14, 2015 2:05 P


Location: Craig
Case number: AK15074485
Type: Take Deer Closed Season / Unlawful Possession / Wanton Waste

 Text: On 09/17/15, the Alaska Wildlife Troopers, Prince of Wales Island Post, served Jerry Tierney (30y/o) of Craig, AK with a court summons for taking a female deer closed season in ADF&G Unit 2, unlawful possession and transportation, and wanton waste of the game. The charges stem from an investigation on 9/11/15, which allege that Tierney harvested a female Sitka black-tail deer, transported it, and failed to salvage the edible meat for human consumption. He has a mandatory appearance in the Craig District Court. Author: JPR1 Received Thursday, September 17, 2015 1:17 PM and posted Thursday, September 17, 2015 1:54 PM


Location: Klawock
Case number: AK15076491
Type: Improper Escapement Mechanism on Sport Fish Dungeness Crab Pot

 Text: On 09/16/15, the Alaska Wildlife Troopers, Prince of Wales Island Post, contacted Andrew Rivera (58 y/o) of California regarding his sport fish Dungeness crab pots. The contact led to Rivera being issued a citation for Improper Escapement Mechanism. Bail is set at $110 with an optional appearance in the Craig District Court. Author: JPR1 Received Thursday, September 17, 2015 4:17 PM and posted Thursday, September 17, 2015 4:11 PM AK Bureau of Investigation...No news reported. Headquarters...No news reported. AK Bureau of Highway Patrol...No news reported. AK Bureau of Judicial Services

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