Sunday, November 20, 2005

Top 3 Trooper Dispatches of the Last Week or so...


Two Foreigners driving a Chevy Trailblazer.

Location: Haines
Case number: 05-95467
Type: Motor Vehicle Collision
Text: On 11/17/05, at 0847 hours, AST received a report from
the Haines
Police Department in reference to a motor vehicle collision at
15 Mile
Haines Hwy. Investigation revealed that on 11/17/05, at
0830 hours, Peter Kowatsch, age 35 of Austria, was traveling
north on
the Haines Hwy. in a 2005 Chevrolet Trailblazer when he
lost control of
his vehicle due to the icy conditions of the road.
The vehicle crossed
over the center line and exited the west side of the
road into the
ditch. The vehicle then flipped over and landed
upside down in the
Chilkat River. Kowatsch and his passenger Miho Yonemori,
age 22 of
Japan, were able to exit the vehicle and flag down a
passing motorist
for a ride to the Haines Medical Clinic.
Kowatsch and Yonemori were
treated for minor bumps and bruises and released.
Seat belts were
utilized and alcohol was not a contributing factor.
Author: CJU0
Received and posted Thursday, November 17, 2005 1:21 PM



An accident on Eek Street
Location: Palmer
Case number: 05-95170
Text: On 11-16-05, at approximately 0911 hours,
Troopers responded to
Eek St. near Finger Lake Elementary School, Palmer,
for the report of a
two vehicle collision. Investigation revealed
Angela Marie Moehring,
age 29 of Wasilla, was driving a 1989 Chevrolet pickup
southbound on
Earl Dr. when she lost control of the vehicle on the ice
and struck a
1998 Subaru station wagon, driven eastbound on Eek St.
by Jessica Jean
Gipson, age 34 of Palmer. Gipson's vehicle received
$800.00 in damages while Moehring's vehicle was not damaged.
occupants reported they were wearing their seat belts
and were not
injured. Further investigation revealed Moehring was
Driving While
License Revoked (original charge of DUI) and was issued
a summons to
appear in court. Moehring was issued a citation for Basic
Reasonable and Prudent for Road Conditions.
Author: HAP0
Received and posted Thursday, November 17, 2005 12:58 PM

And the #1 Trooper Dispatch of the last week or so....!!!

This one is funny cos nothing was hurt but a light pole and only $2000 damage to her Ford p-u. Why did she take it out of 4wd in the first place is what I want to know.

Location: Palmer
Case number: 05-94021
Type: MVC-D
Text: On 11-11-05, at approximately 0940 hours, Troopers
responded to a
report of a motor vehicle collision between a pickup and a
light pole at
mile 33.6 Glenn Highway in Palmer. Investigation revealed
Goentzel, age 54 of Palmer, was driving her 1997 Ford pickup
south bound
on the Glenn Highway when she shifted her vehicle out of
drive and started sliding on ice. Her vehicle slid off the
roadway and
sheared off a highway light pole before stopping in the ditch.
was wearing her seat belt and was not injured. Damage to the
vehicle was
estimated at $2000.
Author: URIF0
Received and posted Friday, November 11, 2005 3:17 PM


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