Ketchikan Arctic Bar Robbed! - P.O.W. Report

Thursday, December 6, 2018

Ketchikan Arctic Bar Robbed!

From the Arctic Bar:

Dear friends and family of the Arctic Bar,

On Thursday, November 15, between 3am and 4am, the person in these pictures broke into the Arctic.

There have been many break-ins and robberies around Ketchikan recently, from businesses and homes, friends and family.

Something was stolen from us as well. As you may or may not know, Paula is a collector of gold and silver dollar coins. She had a large Patron bottle with several hundred dollars worth of these coins stolen. Something else you might not know is Paula’s dad was a coach with the South Bend, Washington Indians. Her dads hat was stolen along with the bottle of coins.

We’re posting these pictures of the person who took these items that hold not only monetary value but more importantly, sentimental, in hopes that someone will have information on who this is or where we can find what was stolen.

*The hat is pictured, it is a maroon, white and gold “pom” hat, that says “S.B Indians”.

**Please ignore the time stamp on the video, the time on the surveillance system is incorrect.

The Arctic is offering a reward to anyone that has information leading to the arrest of this person or to anyone who locates this hat and collection of gold and silver dollar coins.


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Location: Ketchikan
Type: Burglary/Theft
Dispatch Text:

UPDATE: The Alaska State Troopers and Ketchikan Police Department have been working closely together to investigate the recent string of property crimes in the Ketchikan area. On December 5, 2018, a significant lead was developed in a number of the open investigations and, as a result, a suspect was identified. Subsequent investigation by both agencies led to the arrest of Cody Peters, 32 of Ketchikan. Peters was taken into custody and transported to the Ketchikan Correctional Center where he was lodged pending arraignment on the following felony level offenses: Burglary in the First Degree, Burglary in the Second Degree, Theft in the Second Degree x 3, and Misconduct Involving Weapons in the Third Degree. He was additionally charged with the misdemeanor offense of Criminal Mischief in the Fifth Degree .

Stemming from this investigation, a search warrant was obtained and served on a condo in Marine View Condominiums. A second suspect has been identified and taken into custody for an unrelated warrant. Numerous power tools and hand tools were seized per the warrant and many have been confirmed as stolen. Troopers and KPD officers will be working diligently to identify the owners of the stolen property so it can be returned to the appropriate people.

The Alaska State Troopers and the Ketchikan Police Department encourage anyone with information regarding the recent property crimes to contact them. Alaska State Troopers: 225-5118 / Ketchikan Police Department: 225-6631. Case number AK18085474 is also associated with this case.

Original release: On 11-29-18 at approximately 1042 hours, the Alaska State Troopers in Ketchikan were notified of a theft. Investigation revealed that between 11-28-18 at 1600 hours, and 11-29-18 at 0700 hours, unknown person(s) entered a connex near mile 6 of the North Tongass Highway and removed construction equipment valued at approximately $3000.00. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Alaska State Troopers at (907) 225-5118. You can remain anonymous.

Posted on 11/29/2018 12:10:35 PM by DPS\jmbrown . Edited on 12/6/2018 12:07:15 PM by DPS\mapeters



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