Trooper Report Week of August 19, 2019 - P.O.W. Report

Sunday, August 26, 2018

Trooper Report Week of August 19, 2019


Location: Craig

Type: DUI/AIV on LEO/Disorderly Conduct/VCOR
Dispatch Text:

On August 18, 2018 at about 7:33PM, the Alaska State Troopers on Prince of Wales island attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a vehicle after observing it to be driving at high speeds in the city limits of Craig and crossing the center line. Once the vehicle came to a stop, the driver exited the vehicle and ran from troopers. After a short foot chase, the driver was apprehended and taken into custody after a Taser deployment. The driver was identified as 42 year old Craig resident Walter Young. Young was transported to the Craig Jail where he was remanded for Driving Under the Influence, Assault IV on LEO, Disorderly Conduct, and Violating Conditions of Release. Young was held without bail.

Location: Hydaburg

Type: AIV x 4/Interfere With Report of a DV
Dispatch Text:

On August 19, 2018 at about 11:05PM, the Alaska State Troopers on Prince of Wales island received a report of an assault in Hydaburg. Investigation revealed 34 year Hydaburg resident Delbert Peratrovich had assaulted two family members and interfered with one family member while they were trying to report the incident to law enforcement. Delbert was arrested and transported to Craig Police Department where he was remanded on four counts of Assault IV DV, and Interfering With the Report of a Domestic Violence Crime. One of the family members was later air lifted off the island due to their injuries. Investigation is still on going at this time.

Location: Prince of Wales

Type: Escape Mechanism Violation – Personal use gear.
Dispatch Text:

On 8/14/18, Alaska Wildlife Troopers on Prince of Wales located two personal use dungy pots that were not equipped with a biodegradable escape mechanism as required by 5AAC77.010m. Investigation revealed that the pots were being fished by Hannah M Gage, age 24 of Thorne Bay. Gage was issued an Alaska Uniform Citation for fishing personal use pots with no biodegradable escape mechanism.




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