Police and fire blotter

Posted: Thursday, February 24, 2000

Juneau police, fire officials and state troopers reported:


An school district employee at the Marie Drake building reported about 12:30 p.m. Wednesday that a computer memory card was missing. No suspect was named. No value was given.


Police responded to a report about 10 p.m. Wednesday from Glacier Highway that the Mobile Crisis Unit needed assistance with a disorderly juvenile. The responding officer arrested a boy, 17, for domestic violence assault and lodged him at the Juneau Youth Center.


An officer responded to a report about 1:30 p.m. Wednesday of a disturbance on Lemon Creek Road. He contacted four adults and issued warnings. One man, 42, was arrested for an outstanding felony warrant issued in Ketchikan.

Vehicle accidents:

Police received multiple reports of an accident about 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at 10th Street and Egan Drive. Three people were involved: a woman, 52; a woman, 54; and a man, 49. There were no injuries. Details of the accident or how many vehicles were involved were not available. Total estimate of damage was $1,500.


A man, 58, reported about 9 p.m. Wednesday that a tire on his parked vehicle on Harris Street was slashed. He named a suspect.


An emergency call came in shortly after noon Wednesday, reporting a fire at the downtown Tesoro station on West 10th Street. Firefighters responded and had the fire extinguished in 10 minutes. In their on-site report, they estimated damage at $7,500. The fire apparently began in a trash can in the second floor office, melting computers and a chair. A fax machine, file cabinets, stereo, supplies and additional pieces of furniture were damaged, said Esmail Peirovi, part owner. Peirovi estimated damage at $15,000.

Domestic violence calls: 2.

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