Alaska Digest

Posted: Sunday, March 28, 2004

Woman reports attacker in downtown home

JUNEAU - After a 26-year-old woman reported fighting off an intruder Thursday night at her downtown residence, police are looking for a man with a blonde ponytail and goatee.

The unidentified woman reported at 10:58 p.m. that an unknown man had entered her residence and had assaulted her. She defended herself, and he fled, she reported.

Sgt. Ed Mercer reported that officers searched the area but could not locate the man. Police did not disclose the specific downtown neighborhood where the attack occurred.

The woman described the intruder as Caucasian, in his mid-20s, standing about 6 feet tall with an average build. She said he was wearing a blue jacket and black pants.

The police can be reached at 586-0600.

Valley residents report vehicle riflings

JUNEAU - Police heard from eight people Friday morning reporting a dozen vehicles rifled overnight.

The reports came an area between the Mendenhall River and Duck Creek. Two were reported near Portage Boulevard and two more near Tanis Drive, which intersects with Portage. Other incidents were reported near Julep, Gee and Sharon streets and near Stephen Richards Memorial Drive.

Near Portage, a man reported at 7:14 a.m. that a pair of silver Oakley sunglasses, valued at $70, and $4 were taken from his Chevrolet pickup truck. Thirty minutes later, a man reported a silver 400-watt Sony car amplifier and a black Micronta radar detector were stolen from his Ford pickup truck. The loss was estimated at $450.

On Tanis Drive, one man reported at 7:56 a.m. that his three vehicles were rifled overnight. From his Ford pickup truck, he lost a Victronix multi-tool, which had been in a black case. He estimated the loss at $70.

Down the street, 38 minutes later, a woman reported two Ford pickup trucks rifled, although no damage or missing items were reported missing.

On Gee, the parallel street to the south of Tanis, a man reported at 8:50 a.m. that the interior of his Mazda was damaged by someone who had entered it overnight, but nothing was stolen.

On Julep to the north, a woman reported at 8:45 a.m. that a black purse, valued at $10, was taken from a Pontiac. West to Sharon Way, a woman reported at 10:31 a.m. that two women's leather jackets were stolen overnight from her vehicle. The loss was estimated at $250.

Also, a man reported at 9:20 a.m. that two cars, a Geo and a Ford, were entered overnight near Stephen Richards. No damage and no property loss was reported.

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