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Posted: Saturday, May 12, 2012 7:48 pm

Police Beat Map for May 13, 2012

All information reported in the Police Beat is obtained from police departments’ press releases. Defendants are presumed innocent unless proven guilty.

 

PALMER POLICE DEPARTMENT

RECKLESS DRIVING

April 30: Baron Apayauq MacLean, 33, Palmer, was summonsed for reckless driving.

 

ACCIDENT

April 30: Ethan Kazuyoshi Homareda-Kil, 18, Palmer, driving a black 1995 Chevy Silverado pickup rear-ended a red 1999 Volkswagen Golf driven by Tyler Jason Paul, 39, Palmer. Paul was hospitalized.

 

FRAUD

April 30: A 63-year-old Sutton man reported fraudulent charges to his credit card.

 

DAMAGED PROPERTY

April 30: A 62-year-old Palmer man reported his vehicle was damaged.

 

TRESPASSING

April 30, Alaska State Fairgrounds: Eli F. Graber, 21, Willow, Nathan A. Graber, 20, Willow, and Calvin J. Turcott, 19, Wasilla, were summonsed for allegedly trespassing.

May 6: Michael L. Walker, 56, Palmer, was arrested for trespassing, jailed and released on his own recognizance.

 

DWLS

May 1: Matthew Darryl Theodore, 28, Wasilla, was arrested for DWLS. Bail: $1,000.

May 3: Kathleen N. Oyagak, 31, Palmer, was arrested for DWLR, jailed and released on her own recognizance.

 

WARRANTS

May 1: Anna Rebecca Pickens, 38, Wasilla, was arrested on two $250 warrants for FTA in court on a NVOL charge.

 

DRUGS

May 1: Jeremy D. Bresser, 36, Wasilla, was arrested for MICS. Bail: $2,500.

May 3: Joshua Swigart, 30, Palmer, was summonsed for marijuana possession.

May 4: James S. Sunderland, 23, Palmer, was arrested at a traffic stop for DWLS and MIW. Michael Jester, 22, Palmer, was arrested for MICS. Bail: $1,000 for Sunderland, $20,000 for Jester.

 

FOUND PROPERTY

May 1, headquarters: Someone turned in a purse belonging to Brenda L. McCain, 61, Willow.

 

DUI

May 5: Michael N. Beane, 23, Wasilla, was arrested for felony DUI. Bail: $10,000 with a CATPC.

May 6: Michael Shipton, 26, Palmer, was arrested for DUI and leaving the scene of an accident. Bail: $2,500.

 

ASSAULT

May 5, Moosehead Bar: Police broke up a fight. Shane Arneson, 32, Wasilla, was summonsed for disorderly conduct, Ken Ziegler, 44, Palmer, for harassment and assault.

 

 

ALASKA STATE TROOPERS

DEATH INVESTIGATIONS

May 5, 12:30 a.m., Peaceful Cir.: Aleksandr Varivoda, 86, Wasilla, was found to have died of natural causes at an assisted living home.

May 5, 10 a.m., Wasilla: Mildred Young, 92, Wasilla, was found to have died of natural causes.

 

DWLCSR

May 3, 11:47 p.m., Main St. near Swanson Ave.: Daniel L. Fleckenstein, 25, Wasilla, was stopped for a seat belt violation. Summons: DWLS.

May 4, 4:30 p.m., Mile 12 Knik-Goose Bay Rd.: Charles Brumlow Jr., 58, Wasilla, was stopped for an equipment violation. Summons: DWLS.

May 6, 8:08 p.m., Parks Hwy. and Palmer-Wasilla Hwy.: Troopers pulled over a driver who didn’t have identification and gave a fake name. They eventually identified him as Vadim Pilipaka, 18, Wasilla. He was summonsed for DWLR. Troopers allegedly spotted him driving the same vehicle and arrested him. Charges: DWLR, making a false report. Bail: $4,000.

 

DRUGS

May 3, 8:51 p.m., Parks Hwy. near Yenlo St.: Louis G. Hoffman, 19, Anchorage, was stopped for an alleged window tint violation and expired registration. Summons: marijuana possession.

May 5, 5:30 p.m., Canoe Lake: Paul Brown, 51, Anchorage, was arrested on a $500 warrant out of Anchorage. New charge: drug possession. No bail set.

 

WARRANTS

May 3, 1:08 a.m., Vine Rd.: Michael Osness, 41, Wasilla, was pulled over for an equipment violation and arrested on a warrant for FTA on a DWLR charge. Bail: $500.

May 5, 8:24 p.m., Glenn Hwy.: Jim Saengmany, 20, Anchorage, was pulled over on a complaint from the public and arrested on two warrants: probation violation on a DWLR charge and failure to complete alcohol treatment on a DUI charge. Bail: $1,000.

May 5, 10:30 p.m., Wasilla: Tessa Lee Bear, 26, Palmer, was stopped for having expired registration and arrested on a warrant for FTA on a NVOL charge. Bail: $500.

May 6, 10:27 p.m., Beechcraft Rd. and Engstrom Rd.: Helen Black, 30, Wasilla, was arrested on a warrant for FTA in court on a DUI charge. No bail set.

 

ACCIDENTS

May 2, 4:44 p.m., Mile 8 Old Glenn Hwy.: Waylon Hofer, 24, Palmer, was northbound when a dark car sideswiped him and kept going. Hofer went into the ditch and stopped. No injuries.

May 3, 9:33 a.m., Mile 49.5 Parks Hwy.: Jack Rogers III, 31, Houston, was slowing for other traffic in his 1998 Ford pickup when a 1994 Chevy pickup driven by James Graves, 52, Wasilla, rear-ended him. Graves’ minor injuries were treated on scene. Both vehicles were towed away.

May 5, 1:30 p.m., Parks Hwy. and Lamont Way: Debbie M. Croft, 46, Tucson, Ariz., driving 2011 Jeep, pulled into the intersection into the path of a 2011 Subaru driven by Robert A. Winckler, 75, Wasilla. No injuries. The Subaru was totaled. Damage to the Jeep: $2,000. Croft was cited for not yielding.

 

WILDLIFE VIOLATION

May 5, Matanuska Lake: Rex W. Talcott, 27, Wasilla, was cited for fishing without a license.

 

ILLEGAL DUMPING

May 5, Knik River Public Use Area: Justin A. Stone, 34, Anchorage, was cited for dumping hazardous substances, abandoning a structure and dumping refuse.

 

NVOL

May 3, 3:57 a.m., Wasilla: Cody A. Mitchell was stopped for alleged speeding. Summons: NVOL.

May 5, 9:55 p.m., Falkirk Cir.: Daniel Zelkan, 25, Wasilla, was stopped for traffic violations. Summons: NVOL.

 

LICENSE VIOLATION

May 6, 1:17 a.m., Bogard Rd.: Nicole Elliott, 21, Wasilla, was stopped for an equipment violation. Summons: violating a license limitation.

 

HARASSMENT

May 2, 1:45 p.m., Mug-Shot Saloon: Bruce W. Bjork, 50, Wasilla, was allegedly repeatedly calling a person with a stalking order against him at work. The woman believed the calls were coming from the bar. Troopers found Bjork there. Charges: violating a protective order, harassment.

 

TRESPASSING

May 3, 5:41 p.m., Rodney Cir.: Steven Thompson, 62, Talkeetna, was arrested at a disturbance for allegedly refusing to leave the property at the owner’s request. Charge: DV trespassing. No bail set.

 

WASILLA POLICE DEPARTMENT

ASSAULT

April 27, 12:32 a.m., Mug-Shot Saloon: Police investigated an assault.

April 30, 7:52 p.m., Winter Ave.: Police investigated an assault.

 

NVOL

April 27, 8:38 p.m., Lucille St. and Swanson Ave.: Christopher Garland was summonsed for NVOL.

May 1, 8:58 p.m.: Edward Stores was charged with NVOL. Since this was allegedly the second time in a week WPD had charged him with NVOL, he was arrested.

 

DRUGS

April 28, 12:49 a.m., Spruce Ave.: Police investigating a noise complaint charged a juvenile for allegedly dealing drugs.

April 28, 4:28 a.m.: A traffic stop for erratic driving lead to MICS charges for the driver.

 

ACCIDENTS

April 28, 6:53 a.m., Parks Hwy. and Weber Dr.: Corey Jenson hit a street sign. No injuries.

April 28, 3:09 p.m., Sun Mountain Ave. and Parks Hwy.: Abigail St. Clair and Russell Wilkinson were in a wreck. Minor injuries were treated on scene.

May 2, 5:07 p.m., Parks Hwy. near Spenard Builders Supply: Devon Noack, James Ingersol and Tina Heisa were in a wreck. Noack was cited for being at-fault and for lacking insurance.

May 3, 4:50 p.m., Seward Meridian Pkwy. near Wal-Mart: Artem Litvin and Kevin Nolen were in a wreck. Litvin cited for not yielding after stopping and lacking insurance.

May 3, 6:11 p.m., Crusey St. and Westpoint Dr.: A female juvenile was the victim of a hit-and-run. Her car was damaged and she was not insured. The vehicle that fled was a full-sized, dark-colored Chevy Suburban.

 

VANDALISM

April 28, 3:10 p.m., Wal-Mart parking lot: Someone keyed a vehicle. Damage: $200.

April 29, 8:44 p.m., Yenlo St. Subway: Someone broke the window out of an employee’s vehicle while he or she was working.

May 3, 1:52 p.m., Tri-Valley Vending: A vehicle window was reported broken.

 

THEFT

April 28, 3:50 p.m., Fred Meyer: A juvenile allegedly shoplifted $32 in merchandise. Theft charges were sent to juvenile intake.

April 29, 2:12 a.m., Kash’s Carpet: A vehicle stolen April 17 from Palmer was found behind the building and returned to the owner.

April 29, 10:11 a.m. Tamarak Ave.: A woman reported $500 worth of cash and property stolen from an unlocked vehicle parked overnight at her home.

April 29, 9:56 p.m., Wal-Mart: Deanna Walluk was summonsed for theft.

April 30, 1:26 p.m., Genacta In-Home Care: An employee reported that between 5 p.m., April 27 and that morning someone entered the business and stole “a modest sum of cash.”

May 1, 2:58 p.m., Wal-Mart: Police responded to identify someone who had allegedly shoplifted there in the past. Gary Seitenreich was summonsed for theft and marijuana possession.

May 2, 3:48 p.m., Wal-Mart: Several items were stolen from a parked vehicle.

 

FOUND PROPERTY

May 1, 10:48 a.m.: Someone turned in a safe they found.

 

DWLCSR

May 1, 11:27 p.m., Parks Hwy. and Church Rd.: Robert Hart was summonsed for DWLS.

May 2, 10:20 p.m., Parks Hwy. and Palmer-Wasilla Hwy.: Police decided to forward to the district attorney DWLR charges against Ariel Lish.

 

THREATS

May 2, 3:48 p.m.: A woman reported receiving threatening phone calls, one of which she was able to record.

 

VCR

May 3, 10:18 p.m.: Karlie Jacobs was arrested for allegedly violating the terms of her release for a felony.

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