Homer Alaska - Police & Court Reports

Story last updated at 9:28 PM on Wednesday, May 11, 2011

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April 29

Alaska Bureau of Highway Patrol troopers at 9:29 p.m. stopped a 27-year-old Homer man driving near Mile 173 Sterling Highway and arrested him for DUI.

April 30

Bureau of Highway Patrol troopers at 7:35 p.m. stopped a 66-year-old man driving near Mile 169 Sterling Highway and arrested him for DUI.

Alaska Wildlife Troopers cited a 54-year-old Kasilof man for using two lines while sport fishing in Kachemak Bay.

Wildlife troopers cited a 33-year-old Anchor Point man and a 44-year-old Eagle River man for failing to record on their sport fish licenses a king salmon caught in lower Cook Inlet waters.

May 3

Wildlife troopers cited a 34-year-old Homer man for commercial fishing without a valid commercial fishing permit. Troopers allege the man fished for Pacific cod in the jig fishery without the permit holder on board and without getting a mechanical jig permit.

Wildlife troopers cited a 23-year-old Anchorage man for failing to record on his sport fish license a king salmon caught in lower Cook Inlet waters.

May 4

Wildlife troopers cited a 28-year-old Ninilchik man for making a false residency claim on his 2009 resident sport fish license application after having living in Alaska for two months.

Wildlife troopers cited a 22-year-old Homer man for making a false residency claim on his 2010 resident hunting license application. Troopers allege the man had resident benefits the same year in Minnesota.

May 7

Troopers at 6:20 p.m. made a traffic stop in Homer on a 28-year-old Soldotna man and allege he possessed marijuana. They cited him for sixth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance.

Information regarding courthouse activity is taken from logbooks and court-issued forms and may not contain all details of the final disposition of each case. Case files are available for public review at the courthouse.

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