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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). 


8/3/2013 - Burglary WPD #13-1300
On Sunday 7-25-13 at 7:13 AM, Wasilla Police Department received a report of vandalism to the Integra Insurance offices located at 224 N. Yenlo Street in Wasilla. Investigation revealed a window had been smashed in sometime during the night with an unknown object.  The business was burglarized as entry was made to the building and cash was stolen. Damage to the window is estimated at $400.00.

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6/5/2013 - Theft WPD #13-686
On Saturday 4-27-13 Wasilla Police received a report of a theft.  The victim reported that on 4-25-13 between the hours of 5:00 PM and 7:00 PM, an unknown person entered a locked vehicle while it was parked in the Matsu Cinema parking lot in Wasilla.  A Saga 12 gauge semi auto shotgun worth $900 and Century Arms .308 rifle with a bipod worth $1400 were stolen from the trunk.

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5/8/2013 - Burglary WPD #13-719
On Friday, 5-3-13 at approximately 7:25 PM, Wasilla Police responded to a residence on Grubstake (located near Lucas Road and Cache Drive) for a report of a burglary.  Upon arrival officers met with the homeowners who stated that someone entered through the garage and took winter clothing and tried to enter the house.  Items stolen include a wolf hat, Arco snowsuit and a pair of insulated snow boots.  Approximate value of the stolen items is $1,200.  Neighbors stated they saw a white male, approximately 5’9” to 6’ tall, bald head with a beard hanging around the area. 

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4/20/2013 - Theft AST #AK13025607
On Thursday 4-18-13 at approximately 5:00 PM, Alaska State Troopers responded to a report of stolen fuel oil at cabin property located on Rocky Lake Road in Big Lake. Investigation revealed, approximately 100 gallons of fuel oil was siphoned from an external tank sometime between Sunday and Wednesday. Investigation continues.

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3/28/2013 - Armed Robbery, Theft, Assault AST #AK13020220

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On Wednesday 3-27-13 at approximately 0022 hours, Alaska State Troopers responded to the Big Lake Superstore in Big Lake for an armed robbery.  Investigation revealed an unknown male armed with a handgun entered the store and demanded money. A store employee gave the suspect cash from the till and the suspect fled in a small gray pickup. Investigation is continuing. 

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3/6/2013 - Arson #AK13009444
On Sunday 2-10-13 at approximately 7:40 AM, Alaska State Troopers received a report of arson/criminal mischief at a residence located on Agate Lane in Wasilla.  When Troopers arrived at the residence, a green Chevrolet van was parked in the driveway and it was observed that the van was badly burned and there were charred remains of large fireworks on the seat of the vehicle.  It is unknown who is responsible for this crime.  Estimated damage to the vehicle is over $1,000.

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2/26/2013 - Burglary WPD#13-201
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On Saturday 2/2/13, at approximately 10:50 PM, Wasilla Police responded to a residence on Ponderosa Loop for a report of a burglary.  Investigation revealed someone had entered the house while the homeowner was gone between the hours of 8:00AM and 10:45 PM. Entry was believed to have been made through the kitchen window.  Items stolen were:
½ to ¾ karat diamond stud platinum earrings; small pair diamond stud earrings; 2 pair gold nugget earrings; fire Opal in gold setting with gold chain necklace; Sanyo LED flat screen TV; Toshiba Laptop purple computer; 40” Magnavox flat screen TV; DVD player; Walrus tusk and skull scrimshaw; and cash.  Approximate total loss is $10,000.

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1/21/2013 - Burglary, Theft, Criminal Mischief #AK13003781
On Wednesday, 1/16/13 at approximately 10:00 PM, Alaska State Troopers responded to a reported burglary at a residence on Rocky Street in Big Lake.  Investigation revealed someone forced entry into the residence and stole a Toyo stove and a BB rifle. Severe damage was caused due to the heating oil line being cut and oil seeping throughout the residence.  Investigation continues.

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1/16/2013 - Assault I AST # AK13001829
On Tuesday 1/8/2013 at approximately 8:33 PM, Alaska State Troopers received
a report of an assault and shooting at the Alcantra Recreational Center located on Seldon Road in Wasilla.  Investigation revealed that an 18 year old male was assaulted by 4 unidentified males before being shot in the leg.  The 4 unidentified males left the area in a small silver car.  The 18 year old male was initially transported to Mat-Su Regional Hospital and was later reported to be in stable condition.  Drugs are suspected to be involved.  This case is currently under investigation.

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1/13/2013 - Counterfeiting of US Currency WPD #13-40,#13-32,#13-16,#12-2006,#12-2000,#12-1999,#12-1986,#1942

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Between the months of December 2012 and January 2013, Wasilla Police has received approximately eight reports involving counterfeit bills being passed through local area businesses as legitimate money resulting in losses of over $3,300. The denominations of these bills range from $5 through $100.  Currently $5, $10 and $20 bills are the most common bills being passed. If anyone has any information regarding the counterfeiting of US Currency, contact Mat-Su Crime Stoppers.

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