Trooper Report Week of May 29, 2022 - P.O.W. Report

Monday, June 6, 2022

Trooper Report Week of May 29, 2022


Location: Hydaburg

Type: Warrant Arrest/Recover Stolen Vehicle

Dispatch Text:
On 6/3/2022, Prince of Wales State Troopers received a tip regarding a stolen vehicle parked near the Harbor Master Office in Hydaburg. The vehicle was reported stolen on 6/1/2022 from the city of Craig.  An arrest warrant was obtained for the suspect, 23-year-old Noah Loeliger, from Benicia California charging him with Vehicle Theft 1 and Robbery II. Loeliger was arrested by Troopers while he was removing items from the vehicle. Loeliger was transported to the Craig Jail where he was remanded on the warrant.

Location: Ketchikan

Type: MVC-Fatal

Dispatch Text:
On 6/4/2022 at 1437 hours, AST in Ketchikan received a report of a motorcycle crash with serious injuries on North Tongass Highway.  Investigation revealed that James Schenk, age 63 of Ketchikan, was traveling Northbound behind a van that was preparing to turn left from the highway. Schenk attempted to pass the van on the left in a double yellow/no passing zone and impacted the driver’s side of the van causing significant injury. Other riders from the group stopped and attempted to render aid to Schenk until EMS arrived. Schenk was transported to a local hospital in Ketchikan in critical condition where he later died as a result of his injuries. Next of kin has been notified.

Around the State:

Location: Cantwell

Type: Medical Assist

Dispatch Text:

On 5-28-22 at approximately 2019 hours, the Alaska State Troopers received a report of a child that had been struck by a car on private property near mile 214 of the Parks Highway.  Cantwell EMS responded and transported the child to the Cantwell Airfield located at 201 of the Parks Hwy.  Due to runway conditions, the plane landed on the Parks Hwy and transported the child to Anchorage for treatment.  No foul play is suspected. 

Location: Soldotna

Type: Assault 3rd degree X2/Robbery 2nd degree X2/Theft 4th degree/Assault 4th degree/Criminal Mischief 3rd/Violating Conditions of Release

Dispatch Text:

On 5/18/22 at 1240 hours, Alaska State Troopers responded to a residence off Dayspring St. in Soldotna for a report that a male and female had been assaulted and damage caused to their vehicle. Investigation revealed there were several suspects who left the area prior to AST arrival.

On 5/24/22 at 1400 hours, Alaska State Troopers responded to a residence off Vonda St. in Soldotna where contact was made with Andy Campos, age 60 of Kenai, and Ronda Lynn Smith, age 51 of Soldotna. Campos was arrested and remanded at Wildwood pretrial without bail on charges of Robbery 2nd degree, Assault 3rd degree X2, Theft 4th degree, and Violating Conditions of Release (for a felony). Smith was arrested on charges of Robbery 2nd degree and Assault 4th degree and remanded at Wildwood pretrial without bail.

On 5/24/22 At 1650 hours, Alaska State Troopers responded to a residence off Arctic Circle in Nikiski where contact was made with Matthew Shane Lay, age 36 of Sterling. Lay was arrested on charges of Assault 4th degree and Criminal Mischief 3rd degree and remanded at Wildwood pretrial without bail.

Location: Fairbanks

Type: Burglary 1/ MIW 2/ MIW3/ Assault 3 x2/ Evidence Tampering

Dispatch Text:

On 05/30/22 at approximately 1704 hours, Alaska State Troopers in Fairbanks received a report of an assault with a firearm at a residence on Dolphin Way in Fairbanks. Investigation revealed Joseph Arabie, 60 YOA of Fairbanks, entered a residence to place an individual in fear of imminent physical injury with a firearm before fleeing. Arabie was located by AST a short time later and was taken into custody without incident. Arabie was remanded to Fairbanks Correctional Center on charges relating to Burglary 1st Degree, Misconduct Involving Weapons 2nd Degree, Misconduct Involving Weapons 3rd Degree, Assault 3rd Degree (two counts), and Evidence Tampering.

Location: Figure 8 Lake

Type: Aircraft Crash

Dispatch Text:

On May 31, 2022, at 12:10 pm, the Alaska Wildlife Troopers were notified of an overturned airplane on Figure 8 Lake in the Susitna Flats Wildlife Refuge. Before Troopers arrived at the lake a private aircraft was able to land in the area and pick up both occupants of the aircraft. After further investigation, Wildlife Troopers determined that a Cessna 172 on Floats, owned and operated by the Civil Air Patrol, was conducting a training flight and while taxiing on the lake the aircraft overturned. Both adult male occupants were uninjured. The NTSB was notified of the incident. 

No comments:

Post a Comment

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.