Homer Police Department

Accidents And Power Outages After Heavy Snow

Feb 22, 2016
Photo by Quinton Chandler/KBBI

The Southern Kenai Peninsula saw a surprising amount of snow over the weekend along with rain showers. The inclement weather caused a number of traffic accidents and power outages.


Peninsula Snows To Give Way To Rain

Feb 22, 2016
Photo by Quinton Chandler/KBBI

Areas of the Southern Kenai Peninsula reported between 12 to 30 inches of snowfall over the weekend in addition to heavy rain showers. Rebecca Duell, a forecaster with the National Weather Service in Anchorage says the amount of snowfall will most likely decrease over the next few days. 

Million Dollar Pot Operation Raided

Feb 17, 2016
Photo Courtesy of Homer Police Department

Police took a Homer resident into custody last week for growing a large crop of marijuana with the intent to sell it. The arrest comes just before the state is supposed to introduce its brand new commercial cannabis regulations.


Troopers, Police Arrest Suspect in Anchor Point

Jan 22, 2016
Courtesy of the Homer Police Department

Alaska State Troopers and Homer Police arrested suspect Dellan Vanbuskirk in Anchor Point after a 2-mile foot chase Friday afternoon, according to Trooper spokesperson Megan Peters. She says a Trooper responded to a home in Anchor Point where he ran into Vanbuskirk.

City Works To Relocate Winter Campers

Jan 15, 2016
Photo by Quinton Chandler/KBBI

The City of Homer is trying to kick out campers at an unofficial campsite on the Homer Spit. Police are telling people living in a parking lot beside the Seafarer’s Memorial to move to an official campground down the road. One camper is willing to move, but he has one request.


This past Wednesday, January 6th, around 10:30 p.m. someone robbed the Short Stop Tesoro on top of Baycrest Hill at gunpoint. Just after 10 a.m. on December 28th, someone held up Fat Olives Espresso. That’s two armed robberies in Homer in two weeks.

Troopers Rework South Peninsula Road Kill List

Dec 8, 2015
Image Courtesy of the Department of Public Safety / Alaska State Troopers

The state is using a new application process to select recipients of big game killed on southern Kenai Peninsula roads as well as fish or game confiscated by authorities. The changes are supposed to improve the fairness and efficiency of the Road Kill Program.

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