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Trooper Report Week of November 13, 2016

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Location: Prince of Wales

AK16083301
Type: MVC-D

Dispatch Text:

On 11/14/2016 at about 0732 hours, Prince of Wales State Trooper responded to mile 18.5 North Boundry Road for a reported motor vehicle crash (MVC). Investigation revealed a 2008 red Dodge Durango driven by 25 year old Tara Walter from Wasilla attempted to pass a 1998 Toyota Tacoma driven by 37 year old Spencer Rearden of Bethel while Rearden was attempting to make a left turn. The crash caused functional damage to the Toyota and extensive damage to the Durango. All parties were wearing seat belts and no injuries were reported. Walter was issued a citation for passing in a no passing zone.


Location: Prince of Wales Island

AK16083879
Type: Theft – Third Degree.

Dispatch Text:

On 11/16/16 at approximately 1015 hours, Alaska State Troopers on Prince of Wales Island received a report of theft in the community of Hydaburg. The complainant reported that at some point during the past two weeks, an unknown individual stole approximately $650.00 worth of marine electronics from their skiff that was parked in Hydaburg. The investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information about this incident is encouraged to contact the Alaska State Troopers POW post at 907-826-2918.


Location: Prince of Wales Island

AK16083504
Type: MVC-D

Dispatch Text:

On 11/14/16 at approximately 1900 hours, Alaska State Troopers on Prince of Wales Island received a report of a single vehicle collision near mile 23 of the Klawock-Hollis Hwy. Investigation revealed that Michael A. Bernhardt, age 33 of Hydaburg, had been travelling eastbound on the Klawock-Hollis Hwy near mile 23 when he struck a bear in the roadway. The 2008 Subaru Wagon that Bernhardt was operating sustained disabling damage from the collision. Damages to the vehicle were estimated at $4,000.00. Bernhardt did not sustain any injuries in the incident.


Location: Hollis

AK16083979
Type: AK16083979

Dispatch Text:

On 11-16-16 at approximately 1815 hours, Alaska State Troopers on Prince of Wales received a report of a single vehicle collision near MP 19 of the Klawock-Hollis Hwy. Investigation revealed Brandon Cheney, age 28 of Hollis, was traveling eastbound when he lost control of his 2005 Ford pickup on a patch of ice and went off the roadway. Both Cheney and his passenger were reported to be wearing their seatbelts, and no injuries were reported. No visible damage was observed and alcohol was not a factor.


Location: Naukati

AK16084395
Type: Assault 4 on LEO x2 / Disorderly Conduct

Dispatch Text:

On 11-18-16 at approximately 1429 hours, Alaska State Trooper on Prince of Wales responded to a residence in Naukati to conduct a civil standby. While at the residence, Adam Hollis age 27 of Naukati, grabbed a large piece of wood and threatened to disarm and kill the Troopers on-scene. Hollis was ultimately arrested for Assault 4th Degree on LEO x2 and Disorderly Conduct. Hollis was remanded to the Craig Jail and bail was set at $1500.



Location: Thorne Bay

AK16084688
Type: Assault III (DV)

Dispatch Text:

On 11/19/2016 at about 1930 hours, VPSO West and Prince of Wales Troopers responded to a reported assault in Thorne Bay. The victim, who is paraplegic and confined to a bed reported he was assaulted by his live-in caregiver. Investigation resulted in the arrest of 61 year old Dawn Carmona of Thorne Bay. During the investigation it was also revealed that within the preceding 10 years, Carmona has been convicted on three separate occasions for assault. Carmona was remanded at the Craig Jail pending arraignment.


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