Trooper Report Week of June 12, 2016 - P.O.W. Report

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Trooper Report Week of June 12, 2016


Location: Prince of Wales

AK16042135
Type: MVC

Dispatch Text:

On 06/11/16, at approximately 2205 hours, Alaska State Troopers on Prince of Wales responded to Mile 14 Salt Road to investigate the report of a two vehicle collision with injuries. Investigation revealed that Ronnie Kasinger (age 23 of Klawock) was northbound on the Salt Road when he crossed the center line into the path of a southbound vehicle. Both Kasinger and the driver of the other vehicle sustained serious injuries and were transported by EMS to SEARHC before being medivaced to Seattle. Neither party was wearing seatbelts. Drugs and Alcohol is believed to be a factor.
Department of Public Safety Advisory
Location: Statewide

Advisory Text:


Multiple people have reported to Alaska State Troopers that they were contacted by a person identifying themselves as a trooper. The person is NOT a Trooper. The caller explains to their victim that a court date was missed or a warrant has been issued for them or a family member. The caller then asks that the person get pre-paid debit cards to pay off the required fee. The scammer provides the victims with a 1-800 number to contact the caller and leave a message for additional instructions if needed. 1-800-935-7570 is one phone number the scammers are known to have given out. There may be other 1-800 numbers. The scammers are targeting people in multiple communities around the state. Be aware that the Alaska State Troopers will NOT ask for payment over the phone or offer to negotiate for reduced payment in lieu of arrest. If you are concerned that you may have a warrant for your arrest with the AST, you can look at the active warrants website: http://dps.alaska.gov/AST/warrants/


Location: Prince of Wales Island

AK16042007
Type: Fail to Log King Salmon

Dispatch Text:

On 6/9/16, Alaska Wildlife Troopers Prince of Wales Post while on maritime patrol near Heceta Island, cited Daniel Peyovich, 40 YOA, of Seattle, WA, for failing to log a king salmon on his non-resident fishing license. The fine for this violation is $110.00 through the Prince of Wales District Court.


Location: Prince of Wales Island

AK16042010
Type: Fail to Log King Salmon

Dispatch Text:

On 6/10/16, Alaska Wildlife Troopers Prince of Wales Post while on maritime patrol near Heceta Island, cited Douglas Eaton, 76, of Seattle, WA, for failing to log a king salmon on his non-resident fishing license. The fine for this violation is $110.00 through the Prince of Wales District Court.


Location: Stone Rock Bay / POW

AK16042754
Type: Commercial Troll Retain Undersized King Salmon

Dispatch Text:

On 6/13/16 the Alaska Wildlife Troopers on board the patrol vessel Enforcer conducted a commercial troll boarding of the "C Hawk" during the Stone Rock Bay commercial troll opening. Investigation showed the operator/permit holder, Forest Collins, age 42, of Craig had retained a undersized king salmon measuring 23 inches total. Regulations for the area only permit retention of king salmon measuring at least 28 inches in length. Collins was issued a strict liability summons for the offense out of the Prince of Wales Court. Arraignment was set for Friday, June 24th, 2016, at 1330 hours.


Location: Elfin Cove

AK16043255
Type: Boating Accident- Fatality

Dispatch Text:

On 6-16-16, at 0136 hours the United State Coast Guard notified the Alaska State Troopers of a fatal boating accident near Elfin Cove. Investigation revealed there were five people, two adults and three juveniles in the small skiff when the skiff struck something in the water ejecting several of the occupants into the water. One of the occupants, Elizabeth Eskelin, age 44 died in the collision. The other four occupants were transported to Juneau by the Untied States Coast Guard for medical treatment. Next of kin have been notified of the death. Investigation continues.

Read More: State Trooper Report Week of June 5, 2016

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