Homer Alaska - Police & Court Reports

Story last updated at 2:25 PM on Wednesday, June 27, 2012

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June 9

Alaska Wildlife Troopers cited a 22-year-old Anchorage man for possessing a king salmon not recorded on his sport fishing license after contacting him at Deep Creek.

June 13

Wildlife troopers cited a 44-year-old Anchorage woman for sport fishing in the Ninilchik River while the entire river was closed to sport fishing. Bail was set at $110.

Wildlife troopers contacted a 45-year-old Anchorage man sport fishing in the Ninilchik River while the river was closed to sport fishing. Troopers cited the man for fishing in closed water, failure to record a king salmon upon landing, filleting or mutilating a king salmon to prevent identification as a wild or hatchery salmon and prohibited conduct for having an overlimit of king salmon. Total bail was set at $780.

June 16

Wildlife troopers cited a 56-year-old Homer man for sport fishing in Cook Inlet waters within 1-mile of shore in an area closed to all fishing. Bail was set at $110.

Wildlife troopers cited a man for sport fishing in Cook Inlet waters more than one line.

Wildlife troopers cited a 59-year-old Homer man for sport fishing in Cook Inlet waters within 1-mile of shore in an area closed to all fishing. Bail was set at $110.

Wildlife troopers cited a 48-year-old Kenai man for sport fishing in Cook Inlet waters within 1-mile of shore in an area closed to all fishing. Bail was set at $110.

Wildlife troopers cited an 18-year-old Homer man for fishing with two lines at the Nick Dudiak Fishing Lagoon. Bail was set at $110.

June 17

Wildlife troopers cited a 64-year-old Homer man for sport fishing in Tutka Bay with more than one line. Bail was set at $110.

June 20

Troopers at 5:49 p.m. stopped a 32-year-old Anchor Point man driving in Homer after receiving a report every dangerous driver immediately complaint. Troopers cited the man for driving while license revoked and sixth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance, marijuana.

June 22

Wildlife troopers contacted a 45-year-old Anchorage man near the Deep Creek tractor launch. The man claimed he had four halibut in possession, but troopers allege the halibut had been cut into sections too small to determine the amount of fish. Troopers cited him for filleting, mutilating and disfiguring halibut to conceal numbers. Bail was set at $210.

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