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Anchor Point man charged with weapon misconduct

An Alaska State Trooper cruiser.
Matthew F. Smith
An Alaska State Trooper cruiser.

Alaska State Troopers charged Barry Jay Teich with several offenses including one felony.

Last Saturday (Jan 20), Troopers received a call from a witness who reported seeing Teich shooting at a spruce hen from his vehicle in Anchor Point.

Troopers charged Teich with three counts involving weapon misconduct, along with one count of driving without a driver's license and another count of avoidance of an ignition interlock device (IID).

According to charging documents, Teich was issued summonses for each offense.

Teich is scheduled to be arraigned in Homer in February (Feb 7).

Simon Lopez is a long time listener of KBBI Homer. He values Kachemak Bay’s beauty and its overall health. Simon is community oriented and enjoys being involved in building and maintaining an informed and proactive community.
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