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If you have any information about these crimes or any person(s) involved, you are urged to call Crime Stoppers at 745-3333 or submit a Web Tip on this secure website.  You do not have to give your name.  Your call could earn you up to $1000.00, if the information leads to the arrest or criminal indictment of suspect(s). 


6/30/2010 - AST #10-58434 - Burglary I
On 6/30/2010 at approximately 6:44 PM, Alaska State Troopers responded to a report of a burglary at a residence located off of S. Turner Drive in Wasilla.  Investigation revealed entry into the residence was made through a side door.  Approximately $2,000 worth of electronic items including a Dell laptop computer and a Cannon Camera were stolen from the residence as well as jewelry.  Investigation is ongoing.

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6/19/2010 - AST 10-54302 - Theft II

On 6/19/10 at approximately 6:05 PM, AST responded to a report of vandalism and thefts from vehicles at the Reed Lake Trail parking lot near Palmer (Hatcher Pass/Archangel Road).  Investigation revealed that numerous vehicles were vandalized and approximately $1,650.00 of items including a firearm and numerous electronics and music CD`s were stolen from the vehicles.  The vandalism and theft took place between the hours of 9:30 PM on 6/18/10 and 10:00 AM on 6/19/10.  The damage to the vehicles is estimated to be approximately $4,000.00.

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6/18/2010 - WPD #10-762 - Burglary

On 6/5/10 at approximately midnight, the Wasilla Police Department received a report that two all terrain vehicles were stolen from a residence located on Ponderosa Loop (Lucille & Lucas).  The ATVs are described as a 2007 Yamaha Grizzly 700 cc Special Edition (brushed aluminum) and a 2006 Yamaha Grizzly 450 cc (gray).  The total value of the stolen ATVs was placed at $14,900.  Investigation continues.

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6/9/2010 - BURGLARY I - AST #10-50465
On 6/9/10, at approximately 2:51 PM, Thomas M. Wagner, contacted the Alaska State Troopers to report a burglary and criminal mischief of his residence in the Talkeetna area.  Investigation revealed two or more individuals entered the residence and proceeded to destroy every wall, floor, appliance, electronic device, furniture, and ATVs at the scene.  Damage to the property was estimated at over $100,000.00.  Investigation is ongoing.

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6/2/2010 - WPD #10-412 - Burglary I
On 4/1/10 at 11:27 AM, Wasilla Police received a report of the theft of uninstalled cabinets from a residence under construction near the intersection of Stoneridge Circle and Mack Road in Wasilla. The cabinets were stolen from the residence on 3/31/10 sometime during the late afternoon. The new cabinets were valued at $9,000.  They are described as Kemper brand base and wall cabinets Fairbrook style constructed of maple wood with a chocolate colored finish. Investigation continues.

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5/13/2010 - Wasilla PD # 10-672 - Burglary

On May 13, 2010 at approximately 1:30 AM and May 15, 2010 at approximately 3:30 AM, the Wasilla Police Department was called to Play It Again Sports located at 1461 S. Seward Meridian Parkway in Wasilla for a report of a burglary.  Investigation revealed that approximately $1,500 cash was stolen and a display case was broken into containing Native brand sunglasses.  Approximately 13 pairs of sunglasses valued at $130 each were stolen.  Investigation continues.

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4/28/2010 - AST #10-35299 - Burglary 1/Theft II
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On 4-28-10 at approximately 5:15 PM, Alaska State Troopers responded to a report of a burglary at a residence located off of Sarah`s Way in Wasilla.  Investigation revealed forced entry into the residence, causing approximately $1,000 worth of damage.  The burglary occurred sometime between 6:30 AM and 3:00 PM.  A green 2003 Honda FourTrax four wheeler, Model 450 ES with a plow and mud tires was stolen from the garage valued at $5,000 as well as approximately $75 in loose change from the residence.

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4/20/2010 - AST #10-32447 - Burglary

On 4-20-10 at approximately 7:19 AM, the Alaska State Troopers received a report of a burglary at Nana Corporation located at Mile 2.3 Big Lake Road in Big Lake.  Investigation revealed unknown person(s) cut through a chain link fence at Nana Corporation and stole a 440-volt Invertec welding machine from one of the warehouses located on the property.  The welding machine had specialized attachments and is valued at approximately $6,000.  In addition, person(s) broke into a fabrication/paint shop on the property and stole a tool box and 5 gauges used for testing instruments.

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4/17/2010 - AST #10-31854 - Felony Eluding

Alaska State Troopers are still looking for two white males that caused a collision between an Alaska State Trooper vehicle and a resident from Houston.

On 4-17-10 at approximately 11:47 pm a Bureau of Highway Patrol Trooper observed a blue 1993 Buick 4-door speeding southbound on Church Road.  The Trooper activated his emergency lights and siren and pursued after the vehicle.  The suspect vehicle sped through a red light at the Parks Highway and Church Road intersection just barely missing a passenger car that was driving north on the Parks Highway.  The trooper was unable to stop his vehicle before it collided with a passenger car at Parks and Church Road.   The blue 1993 Buick 4-door was later found abandoned at the Curtis Menard Sports Complex.  The two white males fled from the vehicle on foot in the woods traveling away from the Sports Complex.

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3/31/2010 - AST #10-26204 - Burglary 2nd, Theft 2nd

On 3-31-10 at approximately 6:24 PM, Alaska State Troopers received a report of the theft of a welding machine valued at $2,700.00 from a tool shed at a residence on Finch Road, Wasilla.  Investigation revealed the shed had been broken into sometime within the last month causing approximately $100.00 in damage.  The welder was a blue Miller model Mig wire feed machine approximately 10 years old. 

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