Police and fire

Posted: Sunday, July 23, 2000

Juneau police, fire officials, U.S. Coast Guard and Alaska State Troopers reported:

Thefts, lost/found items:

About 10 a.m. Friday, a woman (no age given) reported a found wallet from Marine Way. The owner was contacted by police and retrieved the wallet.

About 11 a.m. Friday, a man, 54, reported finding a large marble cross in his driveway on Behrends Avenue. Police placed the marble monument into safekeeping.

Shortly after 11 a.m. Friday, a woman, 59, a tourist, reported misplacing her camera and sunglasses in one of the downtown shops on July 11.

About 1 p.m. Friday, a man, 48, reported finding a blue and green bicycle in the Twin Lakes area. He will retain the bike until the owner identifies it.

About 2:30 p.m. Friday, a woman, 46, reported the theft of several plants and flowers from her Lena Loop Road property. Total value of the missing items was estimated at $60.

About 8 p.m. Friday, police received a report of a rubber dry-bag found on the side of Lawson Creek Road with miscellaneous contents. Police were unable to locate an owner.

About 10:30 p.m. Friday, a boy, 17, was placed under citizen's arrest for shoplifting at Alaskan and Proud market. He was transported home and released to his parents.

About 4:30 a.m. Saturday, a woman, 32, reported from Marlintini's that she had lost her black fanny pack containing identification, cash and makeup.


About 7 p.m. Friday, a man, 39, was arrested downtown on two counts of domestic violence assault. He was additionally charged with two counts of interfering with report of a domestic violence crime and sixth-degree misconduct involving marijuana. He was taken to the Lemon Creek Correctional Center.

Shortly before 8 p.m. Friday, a boy, 15, was placed under citizen's arrest at Cornerstone youth shelter for assault. He was subsequently lodged by police at Johnson Youth Center.


About 7:45 a.m. Friday, a man, 44, reported his black sport utility vehicle was keyed on July 15, possible while he was at Dzantik'i Heeni Middle School.

About 11:30 a.m. Friday, a woman, 32, reported her outgoing mail had been torn up and checks had been taken from the mailbox at her residence on Douglas Highway.

Animal encounters:

About noon Friday, police spotted a bear in the large trash bin belonging to the Armadillo Tex-Mex Cafe. The business was issued a citation.

About 7 p.m. Friday, police received a report of a bear eating sunflower seeds on a citizen's deck on Bartlett Avenue. The woman was urged to remove the seeds from her deck or keep them confined to a dispenser to deter bear activity.

Shortly before 7 a.m. Saturday, police observed a small black bear walking down the street near the intersection of 11th Street and A Street.

Warrant arrests:

About 11:30 a.m. Friday, a man, 28, was arrested downtown on an outstanding Alaska State Troopers warrant for failure to comply with conditions of probation.

About 3:30 p.m. Friday, a man, 35, was arrested outside the Mendenhall Center mall on an outstanding Juneau Police Department warrant for non-compliance with conditions of probation stemming from an original charge of drunken driving. He was lodged at state prison on $1,000 bail.

About 7:45 p.m. Friday, a man, 20, was arrested at the Juneau Airport on an outstanding Alaska State Troopers warrant for failure to comply with conditions of probation. He was lodged at state prison. His vehicle was impounded.


Coast Guard Station Ketchikan rescuers transported a California man, 70, from his yacht after the man fell ill Friday night. The man's wife reported about 10:30 p.m. that she believed her husband had suffered a stroke aboard their 43-foot yacht moored at the Petro Marine fuel dock. A Station Ketchikan crew responded, assessed the man's condition and requested help from EMS personnel with the Ketchikan Fire Department. The man was taken to Ketchikan General Hospital. He was listed in stable condition there Saturday.

Domestic violence calls: 1.

Alcohol-related calls: 2.

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