Police reports for the week of Aug. 1, 2021

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Information for this report was taken from publicly available law enforcement records and contains arrest and citation information. Anyone listed in this report is presumed innocent.

On July 24 at about 7:30 a.m., Alaska State Troopers responded to the report of a vehicle that had crashed into the ditch on West Poppy Avenue in Soldotna. The airbags were deployed, but the driver exited the vehicle, put broken parts back into the vehicle, and left the scene. A witness followed after the vehicle and directed troopers to where it was on West Poppy Avenue. Troopers contacted Beau E. Hensley, 19, of Soldotna, as he was exiting the vehicle. After investigation determined that Hensley had driven under the influence of an intoxicating substance, he was arrested and taken to Wildwood Pretrial Facility.

On July 24, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Joshua A. Wilhelm, 38, of Wasilla, after he was done harvesting salmon on the Kenai River. Investigation resulted in Wilhelm being issued a citation for failure to record his catch on his 2021 Upper Cook Inlet Personal Use Salmon Permit. Bail was set at $120.

On July 24 at about 1:20 a.m., Alaska State Troopers conducted a vehicle stop for a traffic violation. Investigation revealed that Christopher Seaton, 41, of Kenai, was operating a vehicle with a suspended license with prior convictions. Seaton is also on conditions of release from an unrelated case and violated them by driving while license suspended. He was taken to Wildwood Pretrial Facility for driving while license suspended and violating conditions of release.

On July 23 at 7:06 p.m., Alaska State Troopers were notified of a disturbance in Nikiski. After investigation revealed that Larry Chase, 35, of Nikiski, had assaulted two family members, he was arrested and taken to Wildwood Pretrial.

On July 24, Tok Wildlife Troopers cited Randall Chandler, Jr., 50, of Wasilla, for failing to record fish caught during a personal use fishery. Bail was set at $120 in Kenai District Court.

On July 24, Tok Wildlife Troopers cited Taylor Ebersole, 48, of Chugiak, for failing to record fish caught during a personal use fishery. Bail was set at $120 in Kenai District Court.

On July 24, Tok Wildlife Troopers cited Gavin Ockerman, 39, of Palmer, for failing to record fish caught during a personal use fishery. Bail was set at $120 in Kenai District Court.

On July 24, Tok Wildlife Troopers cited Bobby Napayonak, 47, of Anchorage, for failing to record fish caught during a personal use fishery. Bail was set at $120 in Kenai District Court.

On July 25, John Pharr, 36, of Anchorage, was cited by Alaska Wildlife Troopers, Soldotna Post, for failing to record salmon onto his permit, failing to mark the tails, and going over the limit of fish during the Kenai River personal use dipnet fishery. Bail was set at $535 in Kenai District Court.

On July 25, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Christopher M. Rygh, 55, of Anchorage, after he was done harvesting salmon in the Kenai River. After investigation, he was issued a citation for failure to record his catch on his 2021 Upper Cook Inlet Personal Use Salmon Permit. Bail was set at $120.

On July 25, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Jasper M. Rygh, 18, of Anchorage, after he was done harvesting salmon in the Kenai River. After investigation, he was issued a citation for failure to record his catch on his 2021 Upper Cook Inlet Personal Use Salmon Permit. Bail was set at $120.

On July 25, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Tua Vaitohi, 49, of Anchorage, after he was done harvesting salmon on the Kenai River. After investigation, he was issued a citation for failure to record his catch on his 2021 Upper Cook Inlet Personal Use Salmon Permit. Bail was set at $120.

On July 25, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Mark E. Arena, 49, of Anchorage, after he was done harvesting salmon on the Kenai River. After investigation, he was issued a citation for failure to record his catch on his 2021 Upper Cook Inlet Personal Use Salmon Permit. Bail was set at $120.

On July 25, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Donna L. Schouweiler, 61, of Sterling, after she was done harvesting salmon on the Kenai River. After investigation, she was issued a citation for failure to record her catch on her 2021 Upper Cook Inlet Personal Use Salmon Permit. Bail was set at $120.

On July 25, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Willem H. Sturm, 18, after he was done fishing at the Kenai River with his family. Investigation revealed Willem was the second 2021 Upper Cook Inlet Personal Use Salmon Permit in his household, and he was issued a citation that carries a mandatory court date of August 19, 2021 at the Kenai Court.

On July 25, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Elliot R. Lindblom, 25, of Anchorage, after he was done harvesting salmon in the Kenai River. After investigation, he was issued a citation for failure to record his catch on his 2021 Upper Cook Inlet Personal Use Salmon Permit. Bail was set at $120.

On July 25, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Christopher M. Rygh, 55, of Anchorage, after he was done harvesting salmon in the Kenai River. After investigation, he was issued a citation for failure to record his catch on his 2021 Upper Cook Inlet Personal Use Salmon Permit. Bail was set at $120.

On July 25, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Jasper M. Rygh, 18, of Anchorage, after he was done harvesting salmon in the Kenai River. After investigation, he was issued a citation for failure to record his catch on his 2021 Upper Cook Inlet Personal Use Salmon Permit. Bail was set at $120.

On July 25, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Tua Vaitohi, 49, of Anchorage, after he was done harvesting salmon on the Kenai River. After investigation, he was issued a citation for failure to record his catch on his 2021 Upper Cook Inlet Personal Use Salmon Permit. Bail was set at $120.

On July 25, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Mark E. Arena, 49, of Anchorage, after he was done harvesting salmon on the Kenai River. After investigation, he was issued a citation for failure to record his catch on his 2021 Upper Cook Inlet Personal Use Salmon Permit. Bail was set at $120.

On July 25, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Donna L. Schouweiler, 61, of Sterling, after she was done harvesting salmon on the Kenai River. After investigation, she was issued a citation for failure to record her catch on her 2021 Upper Cook Inlet Personal Use Salmon Permit. Bail was set at $120.

On July 25, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Willem H. Sturm, 18, after he was done fishing at the Kenai River with his family. Investigation revealed Willem was the second 2021 Upper Cook Inlet Personal Use Salmon Permit in his household, and he was issued a citation that carries a mandatory court date of August 19, 2021 at the Kenai Court.

On July 25, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Elliot R. Lindblom, 25, of Anchorage, after he was done harvesting salmon in the Kenai River. After investigation, he was issued a citation for failure to record his catch on his 2021 Upper Cook Inlet Personal Use Salmon Permit. Bail was set at $120.

On 7/25/21 Tok Wildlife Troopers cited Kuualoha Kahananui, 35, of Anchorage, for failing to record fish caught during a personal use fishery. Bail was set at $120 in Kenai District Court.

On July 25, Tok Wildlife Troopers cited Archibald Campbell, 54, of Anchorage, for failing to record fish caught during a personal use fishery. Bail was set at $120 in Kenai District Court.

On July 25, Tok Wildlife Troopers cited James Peltier, 63, of Anchor Point, for failing to record fish caught during a personal use fishery. Bail was set at $120 in Kenai District Court.

On July 25, Tok Wildlife Troopers cited Phillip Knapp, 37, of Wasilla, for failing to record fish caught during a personal use fishery. Bail was set at $120 in Kenai District Court.

On July 25, Tok Wildlife Troopers cited Edward Loewen, 44, of Wasilla, for failing to record fish caught during a personal use fishery. Bail was set at $120 in Kenai District Court.

On July 25, Tok Wildlife Troopers cited George Kocur, Jr., 60, of Anchorage, for failing to mark/clip the tails of personal use fish as required. Bail was set at $95 in Kenai District Court.

On July 25, Tok Wildlife Troopers cited Ronald Apangalook, 52, of Wasilla, for failing to mark/clip the tails of personal use fish as required. Bail was set at $95 in Kenai District Court.

On July 26, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Nathaniel W. Kugler, 40, of Girdwood, after he was done harvesting salmon on the Kenai River. After investigation, Kugler was issued a citation for failure to record his catch on his 2021 Upper Cook Inlet Personal Use Salmon Permit. Bail was set at $120.

On July 26, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Ellen A. Franklin, 56, of Chugiak, after she was done harvesting salmon on the Kenai River. After investigation, she was issued a citation for failure to record her catch on her 2021 Upper Cook Inlet Personal Use Salmon Permit. Bail was set at $120.

On July 26, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Chae S. Ball, 64, of Anchorage, after she was done harvesting salmon via dip net on the Kenai River. After investigation, she was issued a citation for not having a 2021 Upper Cook Inlet Personal Use Salmon Permit to participate in the fishery. Bail was set at $220.

On July 26, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Angeline L.G. Washington, 57, of Anchorage, after she was done harvesting salmon on the Kenai River. After investigation, she was issued a citation for failure to mark her personal use fish as required by her permit. Bail was set at $95.

On July 26, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Justin M. Williams, 37, of Anchorage, after he was done harvesting salmon on the Kenai River. After investigation, he was issued a citation for failure to mark his personal use fish as required by his permit. Bail was set at $95.

On July 26, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Anita M. Youngman, 46, of Anchorage, after she was done harvesting salmon on the Kenai River. After investigation, she was issued a citation for failure to mark her personal use fish as required by her permit. Bail was set at $95.

On July 27 at 2:36 a.m., Soldotna Alaska State Troopers stopped to check on a vehicle that had been observed at a Sterling area business for an extended period of time and contacted the occupant, identified as Edward Demaris, 56, of Palmer. Demaris was found to have an outstanding arrest warrant for failing to appear for arraignment on an original charge of driving while license revoked. During the arrest process, Demaris was additionally found to be in possession of user amounts of a controlled substance. Demaris was taken to Wildwood Pretrial Facility on the warrant and a new charge of fifth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance.

On July 26, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Melissa E. McKenzie, 36, of Eagle River, after she was done harvesting salmon on the Kenai River. After investigation, she was issued a citation for failure to record her catch on her 2021 Upper Cook Inlet Personal Use Salmon Permit. Bail was set at $120.

On July 26, Tok Wildlife Troopers cited Dean McBride, 55, of Eagle River, for failing to record fish caught during a personal use fishery. Bail was set at $120 in Kenai District Court.

On July 26, Tok Wildlife Troopers cited Jesse Nelson, 24, of Eagle River, for failing to record fish caught during a personal use fishery. Bail was set at $120 in Kenai District Court.

On July 26, Tok Wildlife Troopers cited Roger Manalo, 61, of Anchorage, for failing to record fish caught during a personal use fishery. Bail was set at $120 in Kenai District Court.

On July 26, Tok Wildlife Troopers cited Wesley Steffy, 39, of Pennsylvania, for failing to validate his black bear permit. Bail was set at $170 in Kenai District Court.

On July 27 at 7:14 a.m., Alaska State Troopers responded to a head on traffic crash located at Mile 142 of the Sterling Highway in Ninilchik. Investigation revealed that a tractor trailer pulling double crude oil filled tanks was travelling north on the Sterling Highway, operated by driver, Aaron Miller, 47, of Homer. The tractor trailer was struck at an angle on the passenger side by a Ford F-150 pickup truck as it was traveling south on the Sterling Highway. The driver of the pickup truck, Yvette Lemaster, 57, of Anchorage, suffered severe injuries, requiring life flight to Providence Hospital in Anchorage. The passenger in the pickup truck, Mickayla Lemaster, 19, of Anchorage, suffered minor injuries. Aaron Miller suffered minor injuries. Both Aaron Miller and Mickayla Lemaster were taken to Southern Peninsula Hospital. Both vehicles received major damage. All occupants reported wearing their seat belts. Investigation into the cause of the crash is ongoing.

On July 27, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Nancy E.N. McCauley, 52, of Soldotna, after she was done harvesting salmon with a dipnet on the Kenai River. After investigation, she was issued a citation for not having a valid 2021 Upper Cook Inlet Personal Use Salmon Permit. Bail was set at $220.

On July 27, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Patricia A. Partin, 43, of Soldotna, after she was done harvesting salmon with a dipnet on the Kenai River. After investigation, she was issued a citation for not having a valid 2021 Upper Cook Inlet Personal Use Salmon Permit. Bail was set at $220.

On July 27, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Barbara S. Blakeley, 69, of Sterling, after she was done harvesting salmon on the Kenai River. After investigation, she was issued a citation for failure to record her catch on her 2021 Upper Cook Inlet Personal Use Salmon Permit. Bail was set at $120.

On July 27, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Charlene M. Johnson, 54, of Soldotna, after she was done harvesting salmon on the Kenai River. After investigation, she was issued a citation for failure to record her catch on her 2021 Upper Cook Inlet Personal Use Salmon Permit. Bail was set at $120.

On July 24, Soldotna Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted a boat that had been observed personal use fishing outside the boundary of the Kasilof River Personal Use area. Jonie Suzuki, 30, of Anchorage, was cited for taking personal use salmon in closed waters, with bail set at $220 in Kenai District Court.

On July 24, Soldotna Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted a boat that had been observed personal use fishing outside the boundary of the Kasilof River Personal Use area. Sergei Zelenkov, 54, of Chugiak, was cited for taking personal use salmon in closed waters, with bail set at $220 in Kenai District Court.

On July 24, Soldotna Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Cory Jackson, 29, of Anchorage, while Jackson was personal use fishing outside the boundary of the Kasilof River Personal Use Area. Jackson was cited for taking salmon in closed waters, with bail set at $220 in Kenai District Court.

On July 23, Soldotna Alaska Wildlife Troopers observed Jerry Turner, 53, of Florida, snag and fail to release two red salmon in the Kenai River. Turner was cited for failing to release snagged fish, with bail set at $160 in Kenai District Court. The two fish were seized and donated.

On July 27, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Ralph B. Baklarz, 49, of Eagle River, after he was done harvesting salmon on the Kenai River. After investigation, Baklarz was issued a citation for failure to mark his personal use fish as required by his permit. Bail was set at $95.

On July 27, Alaska Wildlife Troopers observed a boat with two fishermen dipnetting outside the Alaska Department of Fish and Game regulatory markers of the Kenai River. This area is closed to dipnetting from a boat. Subsequent investigation resulted in Christopher W. Rigel, 44, of Anchorage, and Benny W. Fuselier, Jr., 43, of Anchorage, being issued citations for attempting to take salmon with a dipnet in an area closed to boats. Bail was $220 for each citation.

On July 27, Tok Wildlife Troopers cited Sung Park, 71, of Anchorage, for failing to mark/clip the tails of personal use fish as required. Bail was set at $95 in Kenai District Court.

On July 27, Tok Wildlife Troopers cited Thomas Knolmayer, 53, of Wasilla, for failing to mark/clip the tails of personal use fish as required. Bail was set at $95 in Kenai District Court.

On July 27, Tok Wildlife Troopers cited Peter Wilson, 63, of Anchorage, for failing to record fish caught during a personal use fishery. Bail was set at $120 in Kenai District Court.

On July 27, Tok Wildlife Troopers cited Joshua Fremin, 44, of Palmer, for failing to record fish caught during a personal use fishery. Bail was set at $120 in Kenai District Court.

On July 27, Tok Wildlife Troopers cited Abdur Rahaman, 37, of Anchorage, for failing to possess a fishing license during a personal use fishery and for fishing in a personal use fishery without the required permit. Bail was set at $220 for each offense in Kenai District Court.

On July 27, Tok Wildlife Troopers cited Ryan Foisy, 27, of Anchorage, for obtaining more than one personal use permit per household. A mandatory court appearance was set at Kenai District Court.

On July 27, Tok Wildlife Troopers cited MD Abdul Hannan, 53, of Anchorage, for fishing in a personal use fishery without the required permit. Bail was set at $220 in Kenai District Court.

On July 27, Tok Wildlife Troopers cited MD Uzzah Hussain, 32, of Anchorage, for fishing in a personal use fishery without the required permit. Bail was set at $220 in Kenai District Court.

On July 27, Tok Wildlife Troopers cited MD Rabiul Islam, 48, of Anchorage, for fishing in a personal use fishery without the required permit. Bail was set at $220 in Kenai District Court.

On July 27, Tok Wildlife Troopers cited Eric Ekstrom, 58, of Eagle River, for fishing in a personal use fishery without the required permit. Bail was set at $220 in Kenai District Court.

On July 26 at about 5:30 p.m., Soldotna Dispatch received two separate REDDI (Report Every Dangerous Driver Immediately) reports of a green Dakota pickup weaving and nearly causing a collision on Bridge Access Road, approaching Kalifornsky Beach Road in Kenai. Alaska State Troopers responded and contacted the driver, Richard George Poage, 44, of Calhan, Colorado. After investigation revealed Poage was impaired by controlled substances, he was arrested for driving under the influence and later remanded at Wildwood Pretrial Facility. Further investigation revealed that his passenger, Chenae Marie Wright, 29 of Anchorage, was in possession of controlled substances. Wright was issued a misdemeanor court citation for fifth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance and released.

On July 27, Soldotna Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Abelino Archuleta, 49, of Clam Gulch, at the Kenai City Dock. Investigation determined that Archuleta had driven a motorcycle to the dock. Archuleta’s license had been previously revoked, related to a driving under the influence charge. Archuleta was issued a citation for driving while license revoked, with a mandatory court appearance in Kenai District Court.

On July 28, Tok Wildlife Troopers cited Justin Powell, 34, of Wasilla, for failing to record fish caught during a personal use fishery. Bail was set at $120 in Kenai District Court.

On July 28, Tok Wildlife Troopers cited Calvin Tupuola, 33, of Anchorage, for failing to record fish caught during a personal use fishery and failing to mark/clip the tails of personal use fish as required. Bail was set in Kenai District Court at $120 for fail to record and $95 for failure to clip the tails.

On July 29, Alaska State Troopers contacted Isaac Truesdell, 41, of Sterling, regarding an arrest warrant for second-degree theft. Investigation revealed he was also in possession of controlled substances. Truesdell was arrested for his warrant and for fourth-degree misconduct involving controlled substances and was taken to Wildwood Pretrial Facility.

On July 29, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Cameron J. Lindsay, 18, of Anchorage, after he was done harvesting salmon on the Kenai River. After investigation, he was issued a citation for failure to record his catch on his 2021 Upper Cook Inlet Personal Use Salmon Permit. Bail was set at $120.

On July 29, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Malamalama H. Soo, 25, of Anchorage, after he was done harvesting salmon on the Kenai River. After investigation, he was issued a citation for failure to record his catch on his 2021 Upper Cook Inlet Personal Use Salmon Permit. Bail was set at $120.

On July 29, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Malamalama Soo, 62, of Anchorage, after he was done harvesting salmon on the Kenai River. After investigation, he was issued a citation for failure to mark his personal use fish as required by his permit. Bail was set at $95.

On July 29, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Esau M. Maugatai, 59, of Anchorage, after he was done harvesting salmon on the Kenai River. After investigation, he issued a citation for failure to record his catch on his 2021 Upper Cook Inlet Personal Use Salmon Permit. Bail was set at $120.

On July 29, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Gairy Jeanmarie, 51, of Anchorage, after he was done harvesting salmon on the Kenai River. After investigation, he was issued a citation for failure to record his catch on his 2021 Upper Cook Inlet Personal Use Salmon Permit. Bail was set at $120.

On July 29, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Ielu Ueselani, 54, of Anchorage, after he was done harvesting salmon on the Kenai River. After investigation, he was issued a citation for failure to mark his personal use fish as required by his permit. Bail was set at $95.

On July 29, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Michael S. Kashevarof, 55 of Anchorage, after he was done harvesting salmon on the Kenai River. After investigation, he was issued a citation for failure to mark his personal use fish as required by his permit. Bail was set at $95.

On July 29, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Jaime Carbajal, 52, of Anchorage, after he was done harvesting salmon on the Kenai River. After investigation, he was issued a citation for failure to mark his personal use fish as required by his permit. Bail was set at $95.

On July 29, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Pilar T. Eibeck, 64, of Anchorage, after she was done harvesting salmon on the Kenai River. After investigation, she was issued a citation for failure to mark her personal use fish as required by her permit. Bail was set at $95.

On July 28, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted Julian E. Cepeda, 19, of Anchorage, while he was harvesting salmon with a dipnet on the Kasilof River. After investigation, he was issued a citation for not having a valid 2021 Upper Cook Inlet Personal Use Salmon Permit. Bail was set at $220.

Roger Alford Mouser, 54, of Kenai, pleaded guilty to an amended charge of second-degree harassment (offensive physical contact), committed July 2, 2020. He was sentenced to 90 days in jail with all but time served suspended, fined a $100 court surcharge and a $150 jails surcharge with $100 suspended, ordered not to consume or buy alcohol for 12 months, ordered to complete a substance/alcohol abuse assessment and follow all recommendations, and was placed on probation for 12 months. All other charges in this case were dismissed.

Sean Wesley Norris, 26, of Anchorage, pleaded guilty to one count of driving under the influence, and one count of a charge amended to a minor offense (non-criminal) of driving while license canceled, suspended or revoked, committed July 17, 2020. On the count of driving under the influence, he was sentenced to 150 days in jail with 130 days suspended, fined $4,000 with $1,000 suspended, a $150 court surcharge, a $150 jail surcharge with $100 suspended and $1,467 cost of imprisonment, ordered to complete Alcohol Safety Action Program treatment, had his license revoked for one year, ordered ignition interlock for 12 months, ordered not to possess, consume or buy alcohol for two years, and was placed on probation for two years. On the count of driving while license canceled, suspended or revoked, he was fined $300. All other charges in this case were dismissed.

Dylan Rosin Rink, 35, of Sterling, pleaded guilty to one count of an amended charge of attempted third-degree misconduct involving weapons (felon in possession), one count of driving under the influence, and one count of violating condition of release, committed June 28, 2019, and one count of violating condition of release for a felony, committed Aug. 13, 2020. On the count of attempted misconduct involving weapons, he was sentenced to 360 days in jail with 360 days suspended, ordered to contact the Alcohol Safety Action Program for a substance/alcohol abuse assessment and follow all recommendations, forfeited items seized, ordered not to possess any firearms, and placed on probation for 12 months. On the count of driving under the influence, he was sentenced to 120 days in jail with 100 days suspended, fined $4,000 with $1,000 suspended, a $150 court surcharge, a $150 jail surcharge with $100 suspended and $1,467 cost of imprisonment, ordered to complete Alcohol Safety Action Program treatment, had his license revoked for one year, forfeited all items seized, and was placed on probation for two years. On the June 28, 2019 count of violating condition of release, he was sentenced to five days in jail with five days suspended, ordered to contact the Alcohol Safety Action Program for a substance/alcohol abuse assessment and follow all recommendations, forfeited items seized, and was placed on probation for 12 months. All other charges in this case were dismissed.

On July 29, Tok Wildlife Troopers cited Ho Kim, 61, of Anchorage, for failing to record fish caught during a personal use fishery. Bail was set at $120 in Kenai District Court.

On July 29, Tok Wildlife Troopers cited Gary Smith, 59, of Soldotna, for failing to record fish caught during a personal use fishery. Bail was set at $120 in Kenai District Court.

On July 29, Tok Wildlife Troopers cited Michael Burnham, 41, of Soldotna, for failing to record fish caught during a personal use fishery. Bail was set at $120 in Kenai District Court.

On July 29, Tok Wildlife Troopers cited Darryl Waters, 59, of Anchorage, for failing to possess a fishing license while fishing. Bail was set at $220 in Kenai District Court.

On July 29 at 4:44 p.m., Kenai police received a request for a welfare check on a male subject at Daubenspeck Park. After investigation, Amber M. Tello, 27, of Anchorage, was arrested for an Alaska State Troopers failure to appear warrant on original charges of second-degree hindering prosecution and was taken to Wildwood Pretrial Facility.

On July 28 at 11:43 p.m., Kenai police responded to a disturbance off Sycamore Street. Joseph D. Knight, 22, of Kenai, was arrested for felony third-degree assault (domestic violence related) and taken to Wildwood Pretrial.

On July 28 at 11:54 p.m., Kenai police conducted a traffic stop near Mile 13 of the Kenai Spur Highway. Gandolf A. Sallison, 32, of Anchorage, was arrested for driving under the influence and taken to Wildwood Pretrial.

On July 27 at 10:03 p.m., Kenai police responded to a theft at a local Kenai business. Katherine H. Hinchman, 27, of Kenai, was arrested for concealment of merchandise and taken to Wildwood Pretrial.

On July 27 at 10:22 p.m., Kenai police responded to an assault on Kulila Place. Shandy S. Knight, 36, of Kenai, was arrested for fifth-degree criminal mischief (domestic violence related) and taken to Wildwood Pretrial.

On July 26 at 10:51 a.m., Kenai police arrested Michael E. Roza, 35, of Nikiski, on a federal indictment arrest warrant and took him to Wildwood Pretrial.

On July 26 at 4:44 p.m., Kenai police received a REDDI (Report Every Dangerous Driver Immediately) report on the Kenai Spur Highway near Bridge Access Road. Kayla C. Heinrich, 24, of Kenai, was arrested for driving under the influence and taken to Wildwood Pretrial.

On July 26 at 8:53 p.m., Kenai police responded to a theft at a local Kenai business. The suspect fled on foot prior to police arrival. At about 11:50 p.m., Kenai police responded to a fight in progress at another Kenai business parking lot. Etuale Ioane, 18, of Anchorage, was taken to Wildwood Pretrial for fourth-degree theft, disorderly conduct, and resisting arrest.

On July 20 at 1:34 p.m., Kenai Police received a call from Pretrial Enforcement Division to assist in making an arrest. Kenai police responded to scene and arrested Jessica R. Spurgeon, 42, of Kenai, for tampering with physical evidence and violating conditions of release. Spurgeon was taken to Wildwood Pretrial.

On July 20 at 8:11 p.m., Seasonal Officers contacted a male on South Beach during dipnet patrol. Kenai Police Department patrol officers responded to scene and identified the male as Aaron J. Zitnik, 21, of Palmer. A records check indicated Zitnik had an outstanding Dillingham Alaska State Troopers felony $500 arrest warrant on the original charge of first-degree vehicle theft. Zitnik was arrested and taken to Wildwood Correctional Facility without incident.

On July 20 at about 8:20 p.m., Kenai police responded to a theft at a local Kenai business. Daniel L. Maxim, 41, of Kenai, left the scene prior to police arrival. A short time later, Maxim was contacted at a different business after refusing to leave. He was arrested for fourth-degree theft and violating conditions of release and second-degree trespass and violating conditions of release for the second incident and was taken to Wildwood Pretrial.

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