Kodiak Daily Mirror - Alaska State Troopers March 13
  
Alaska State Troopers: March 13
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Thursday, March 6

At 6:18 p.m. Alaska State Troopers stopped a 1993 Toyota for speeding on Rezanof Drive. Upon contact with the 20-year-old driver, the investigation revealed she was in possession of methamphetamine, marijuana and drug paraphernalia. The investigation continues and AST anticipates forwarding charges of Misconduct Involving a Controlled Substance in the 4th and 6th degree to the Kodiak District Attorney's office.

Saturday March 8

At 9:21 p.m. Alaska State Troopers contacted a 29 year-old female of Kodiak, attempting to serve an arrest warrant. Investigation revealed she had two outstanding warrants; one for Failure to Appear for status hearing on original charges of Robbery 2, Theft 3, and two counts of Petition to Revoke Probation, the second warrant for Failure to Report to jail on original charge of Driving Without a License and Violating Conditions of Release. She was arrested for the two outstanding warrants and remanded to Kodiak Jail with no bail set and 10 days to serve.

Saturday, March 8

At approximately 9:56 p.m., Alaska State Troopers contacted a 29-year-old male to serve he an arrest warrant. Investigation revealed two outstanding warrants; Failure to Appear for status hearing on original charges, the second warrant for Failure to Report to Jail. The male was arrested for the two outstanding warrants and remanded to Kodiak Jail with no bail set and 10 days to serve.

Sunday, March 9

At 11:56 a.m. Alaska State Troopers responded to the Kodiak State Airport for a report of an intoxicated male passed out. Investigation revealed the male was in possession of powder cocaine. The male was arrested for Misconduct Involving Controlled Substance in the fourth degree and Violating Conditions of Release. He was transported and remanded to Kodiak Police Department Jail where no bail was set.

Monday, Mar. 10

At 4:53 p.m. Alaska State Troopers received a Crime Stoppers tip that a 27-year-old female was without her third party. Investigation revealed she was without her third party as a required condition of release, for a prior unrelated criminal charge. She was arrested and transported to Kodiak Police Department Jail where no bail was set.

Thursday, Feb 13

At 6:04 p.m. AST responded to a single vehicle crash at the intersection of Benny Benson Drive and Spruce Cape Road. A 2011 Chevy sedan slid off of the road while descending the hill and collided with the guardrail and trees causing approximately $5,000 in damage to the vehicle. All of the occupants were wearing safety belts, no injuries were reported and no citations were issued.

Friday, Feb 21

At 7:55 p.m. AST responded to a Bells Flatts business when USCG Military Police located a suspicious vehicle. An investigation revealed that the driver of the suspicious vehicle, a 43-year-old male of Kodiak, was inside a secured area without permission with the intent to siphon gasoline. The incident was resolved when the business owner requested male be removed from the property. The following day, with the benefit of daylight, the business discovered that some property had been stolen. The employee then went to the 43-year-old’s residence and observed some of the missing items in the driveway. The employee then contacted AST, AST responded to the unoccupied residence and seized the stolen items. Attempts to locate the 43-year-old male from the day prior were not successful until Mar. 3. when he was located in the Walmart parking lot. He was taken into custody without incident and remanded to the jail and charged with one count of 2nd Degree Theft and one count of 1st Degree Criminal Trespass.

Friday, Feb 21

About 12:03 p.m. Alaska State Troopers were notified of human remains found near the Karluk River. An investigation revealed an Alaska Department of Fish & Game employee had located a piece of human skull near a known 2013 archeological site. An archeologist with the Alutiiq Museum will travel to the site during the summer of 2014 to examine the remains when conditions are more favorable. The remains appear to be consistent with a natural death. No foul play is suspected.

Saturday, Feb 22

At approximately 1530 hours a Trooper at Kodiak Post initiated a DUI investigation involving an occupied vehicle parked in front of the DMV office adjacent to the AST Kodiak Post. Investigation led to the use of the Kodiak Police Department's K-9 who responded with an indication of a controlled substances in the vehicle. The vehicle was seized while AST applied for a search warrant and all three occupants, a 39-year-old female, a 20-year-old female, and a 21-year-old male, were released at the scene. A search warrant was granted and a search of the vehicle found a small amount of marijuana and marijuana paraphernalia, and a trace amount of methamphetamine and methamphetamine paraphernalia. Criminal charges of Misconduct Involving a Controlled Substance 4th Degree, 6th Degree and Violation of Release Conditions were forwarded to the Kodiak District Attorney's office.

Thursday, Feb 27

At 3:36 p.m., a report of a possible theft in progress at a residence on Spruce Cape Road was received. AST responded to the scene and made contact with several suspects. One of the suspects, a 52 year-old male of Kodiak, was found to be intoxicated. Further investigation revealed he had driven to the residence while under the influence of alcohol. He was arrested for Driving while under the influence of alcohol, driving with a revoked driver's license and was transported to the Kodiak jail. After refusing to submit a breath sample for testing, the suspect was remanded on the charges of DUI, DWLR and refusal to submit to a chemical test and was held on $1,500 bail, pending arraignment.

Friday, Feb 28

At 8 a.m. Alaska State Troopers responded to a motor vehicle crash near Rezanof Drive and Dolphin Avenue. The 27-year-old female driver lost control and collided with a guardrail nearly head on and suffered moderate injuries. She was transported and later released from the Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center. Road conditions of black ice are suspected to be a factor. No citation was issued.

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