Homer Fish and Wildlife Protection troopers cited a 68-year-old man for sport fishing in Kachemak Bay with more than one line. He was fined $110.
FWP Troopers cited a 41-year-old man for failing to display the required vessel registration on a charter vessel. He was fined $110.
FWP troopers cited a 33-year-old Anchor Point man for failing to record a king salmon over 20 inches retained from the Spit Fishing Hole. he was fined $100.
FWP troopers cited a 32-year-old man for failing to record king salmon over 20 inches retained from the Spit Fishing Hole. He was fined $100.
FWP troopers cited a 32-year-old man for taking an over limit of king salmon.
Troopers summonsed at 9:16 p.m. a 22-year-old Soldotna man for improper use of evidence of registration after contacting him for a traffic violation.
FWP troopers cited a 48-year-old man for failing to record a king salmon over 20 inches retained from the Spit Fishing Hole. He was fined $100.
FWP troopers cited a 64-year-old Texas man for taking an overlimit of sport-caught halibut from Kachemak Bay.
Troopers at 11:45 p.m. arrested a 39-year-old Homer man for driving while intoxicated. They allege that he drove his vehicle from Anchor Point and lost control of it near Mile .5 Diamond Ridge Road and drove it into the ditch.
Troopers at 4:04 p.m. received a REDDI complaint of an allegedly intoxicated driver near Mile 90 Seward Highway. They stopped a 19-year-old Anchor Point man in a 1995 Ford Aspire and arrested him for DWI. They allege he also drove with a canceled driver's license and for refusal to provide a breath test.