Trooper Report Week of March 17, 2019 - P.O.W. Report

Monday, March 25, 2019

Trooper Report Week of March 17, 2019

Location: Ketchikan

Type: False statements on sport fishing license/hunting license
Dispatch Text:

On 3-17-2019 the Alaska Wildlife Troopers cited Joseph Gillies, 23, of Ketchikan for making a false statements on a 2018 resident sport fishing license and a 2018 resident hunting license. These violations have set fines of $310 each and an optional court appearance in the First Judicial District Court in Ketchikan.

Location: Ketchikan

Type: DUI, Reckless Endangerment x2
Dispatch Text:

On 03/19/2019 at about 2202 hours, the Alaska State Troopers received a REDDI (Report Every Dangerous Driver Immediately) report of a truck driving recklessly in the area of Ward Lake. AST located the vehicle and stopped the vehicle on Kelly Drive. The driver attempted to flee on foot but was located in the area behind a house. The driver was identified as Kaelee Kleinschmidt-Wright, age 31 of Ketchikan and was found to be operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of Alcohol. Kleinschmidt-Wright was found to be over double the legal limit. Two juveniles were also found inside the vehicle she was operating. Kleinschmidt-Wright was arrested for DUI, and two counts of Reckless Endangerment and remanded to Ketchikan Correctional Center with No Bail. Kleinschmidt-Wright was also issued a traffic citation for DWLR.

Location: Hydaburg

Type: Warrant Arrest
Dispatch Text:

On 3/22/2019 at 1646 hours, Prince of Wales State Troopers contacted 25 year old Annette Dilts at her residence in Hydaburg. Dilts was subsequently arrested on an outstanding misdemeanor warrant and remanded to the Craig Jail.

Location: Ketchikan

Type: No biodegradable escape mechanism on crab gear and fishing without a license.
Dispatch Text:

On 03/19/19 Brandon D Reinke 34 YOA, of Ketchikan, was cited by Alaska Wildlife Troopers, Ketchikan Post, for operating a Dungeness crab pot without a biodegradable escape panel as required, and for personal use fishing without a 2019 sport fishing license. Reinke was cited after State Troopers located his crab pots in the waters of Bostwick Inlet. Inspection of Reinke’s Dungeness crab pots revealed they did not have a biodegradable escape panel as required. Further investigation revealed Reinke had not purchased a 2019 sport fishing license as required. Bail is set at $340 in the Ketchikan district court.

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