Police and Fire

Posted: Tuesday, April 15, 2003

Juneau police, fire officials and state troopers reported:


• A silver bracelet adorned with blue and purple glass beads, valued at $60, was reported stolen at 6 p.m. Sunday from Aisek Street.

• A pair of black and white batting gloves, valued at $22, was reported stolen at 6:41 a.m. Monday from a vehicle parked near Coogan Drive.

• About $15 in loose change was reported stolen at 7:23 a.m. Monday from a vehicle near Glacier Highway.

Vandalism and criminal mischief:

• Vandalism to a wall with a marker was reported at 3:45 a.m. Monday near Vintage Boulevard. Police did not have a damage estimate.

• Two windows were reported broken at 7:35 a.m. Monday near Glacier Highway. Damage is estimated at $5,000.


• Police arrested a man, 50, for interfering with medical personnel at 6:21 p.m. Sunday near Point Stephens Spur Road. Emergency medical workers were treating a man with a head injury, and police allege the 50-year-old was angry with the injured man and tried to stop paramedics from attending to him. The man's name and age were not given. He was lodged at the Lemon Creek Correctional Center. Police said alcohol was a factor in this incident.

• No one was arrested after police saw a group of teens on a roof allegedly throwing eggs at a police patrol vehicle at 1:13 a.m. Monday near Seward and Front Streets. Police caught the two girls, 16, and one boy, 17, as they were trying to leave the scene. The teens washed the egg off the patrol car and were released to their parents. The vehicle was not damaged.

• Police arrested a man, 35, at 1:29 a.m. today near outbound Egan Drive and the retaining wall. He was riding his bicycle, which had no lights on it, inbound in the outbound fast lane of traffic. He was charged with failure to stop at the direction of a police officer and blocking traffic. He was lodged at the state prison. Police said alcohol was a factor in this incident.

Alcohol-related calls: 2.

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