Trooper Report Week of May 8, 2022 - P.O.W. Report

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Trooper Report Week of May 8, 2022

Nothing to report in the POW and Ketchikan area. Here are reports from around the state: 

Location: Wrangell

Type: Wildlife Violation

Dispatch Text:

On 5-10-2022, Jesse West, age 42 of Petersburg, was issued a citation for subsistence Dungeness crab fishing with a buoy not sufficiently marked per 5AAC02.010(e)(2). The fine amount associated with this offense is $120.00.

Location: NIKISKI


Dispatch Text:

On 05/04/22, at approximately 1554 hours Troopers conducted a traffic stop on the Kenai spur Hwy. Investigation revealed Jaime Landt, 30, of Kenai was driving on a suspended license, and without insurance. During a search of her vehicle Troopers located Heroin. Landt was arrested and transported to Wildwood. Heroin and Suboxone was located hidden within her person while at the correctional facility. She was charged with multiple counts of misconduct involving a controlled substance 5th degree, promoting contraband 1,driving while suspended and no motor vehicle insurance.

Location: Anchorage

Type: Search & Rescue

Dispatch Text:

On 5-8-22 at 1500 hours, Matcom Dispatch received a 911 call reporting a 4-wheeler had driven off an embankment and a rollover had occurred with a sixteen-year-old female that was seriously injured to her head and neck located just southeast of Swan Lake towards Knik Glacier in a creek. The Anchorage based ASTAR Helo3 helicopter was launched to the scene. The LifeMed helicopter was requested and responded from Soldotna. Mat-Su EMS and a State Park Ranger responded towards the scene via ATVs from the Knik River pavilion.  After arriving on scene, it was determined that the victim, age 16, of Eagle River, was driving a Yamaha Grizzly without a helmet following two other ATV’s when she drove off an approximate 12-foot ledge into a shallow creek bed.  The ATV landed on its side and the driver landed on her head and neck,  sustaining serious injuries. The victim was treated on scene and transported by LifeMed to Providence Alaska Medical Center for treatment.

Location: Fairbanks

Type: Structure Fire

Dispatch Text:

On May 11, 2022, the Alaska State Troopers in Fairbanks received a report of a structure fire at 484 Hirn Road in Two Rivers. AST arrived on scene with the Alaska Forestry Service to find a two-story log home fully engulfed. AST investigation revealed that the homeowner/complainant was fueling his vehicle inside an attached garage when the fire began. The homeowner became ill from the fumes and exited the garage where he briefly lost consciousness. When the homeowner regained consciousness, he observed the home to be on fire. No occupants were injured during this incident.  The Alaska Forestry Service utilized an Alaska Army National Guard CH-47 Chinook (helicopter) equipped with a water drop bucket to provide water suppression to ensure the fire did not spread. The structure was a total loss.  At this time there is no indication of any criminal behavior.

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