At approximately 7:52 p.m., Alaska State Troopers received a report of a single motorcycle collision on Rezanof Drive near Abercrombie Drive. Subsequent investigation revealed that Leo Robichaud, 36 year old of Kodiak, had been operating a 1996 BMW Motorcycle recklessly in the area before colliding with a large lighted construction sign and the guard rail. It was also discovered that Robichaud was operating the motorcycle without a valid motorcycle endorsement. Robichaud sustained minor injuries in collision but refused to be transported by EMS. The BMW Motorcycle was a total loss. Robichaud was issued misdemeanor citations for Reckless Driving and Driving without a Valid License to appear in Kodiak District Court. Alcohol was not a factor in this incident and Robichaud was not wearing a helmet.
At 6:28 a.m., troopers were dispatched to a disturbance at 3469 Sharatin Road. Investigation revealed that Peter H. Decker, 23, of Kodiak, had come back to his apartment at around 1:30 a.m. Decker had been drinking alcohol and started throwing things around the apartment. Decker's roommate, a 26-year-old female, left the apartment and went to stay at a friend's house because of Decker's behavior. When the female arrived back at the apartment at around 6:20 a.m. to get ready for work, she found Decker had "trashed" the apartment and destroyed some of her belongings.
The values of those damaged belongings were estimated at less than $500. Peter Decker was arrested for one count of criminal mischief in the fourth degree (D.V.) and was also found to have a $500 Kodiak Police Department warrant for failure to appear for arraignment for prior charges of no vehicle insurance and no valid motor vehicle operator license. Decker was remanded to the Kodiak Police Department jail on the outstanding warrant and the criminal mischief fourth degree charge and held without bail, pending arraignment.
On May 31 at approximately 4:52 p.m., while enforcing the Click it or Ticket campaign, Alaska State Troopers stopped a 1994 Chevy Blazer for failure to use a turn signal while turning onto Mill Bay Road.
Upon making contact with the driver, Paul Moore, 36, of Kodiak, further investigation revealed Moore was in possession of narcotics. AST found psilocybin mushrooms and marijuana packaged for resale. Moore was subsequently placed under arrest for misconduct involving a controlled substance in the fourth and fifth degrees. Moore was also cited for failure to wear a seat belt and no proof of motor vehicle insurance. Moore was transported to the Kodiak Jail, remanded on misconduct in controlled substances charges and held without bail, pending arraignment.
At approximately 11:12 a.m., troopers received a report from a 56-year-old resident of Kodiak that her 29-year-old son was going to kill himself. AST responded and further investigation revealed the 29-year-old had made a noose and hung it from the second floor balcony. The 29-year-old also took a table that did not belong to him and set in on fire while troopers were enroute to the residence.
Upon arrival, the 29-year-old was taken into protective custody. AST also found marijuana growing inside the suspect's residence. The 29-year-old was transported to the Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center for a mental evaluation. AST is also forwarding the following charges to the Kodiak District Attorney's office for review: domestic violence criminal mischief in the fifth degree, criminal negligent burning in the second degree, and misconduct involving a controlled substance in the fifth degree.
On June 2 at 6:55 p.m., troopers in Kodiak were notified of a theft from the NAPA auto parts store in Kodiak. The store manager indicated that she thought a male had walked out of the store with some merchandise he did not pay for just before closing. After closing, the manager reviewed the surveillance footage and it appeared that the male took a small toolset off the shelf and wrapped it in his coat before walking out of the store. The toolset's value was between $20 and $25. An investigation continues into the theft.