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  • Trying to liven up this Forum: Strangest Call You've responded to

    This forum has been quite for a while. I know there are a few AST/FPD/NSBPD/Seward officers out there so what is the strangest call you have responded to. Being Non-Sworn the strangest call I've responded to was a caller called Eielson Dispatch saying "Two guys were having sex" out at one of the lakes and after arriving on scene, (nothing sexual was going on) I discovered one had a warrant for his arrest.
    Justin Stuart

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    In Barrow got a call from an older native lady for someone to come light her hot water heater as the pilot light was out. I called her on the phone and suggested she call housing maintanance. She told me it would take them hours to come out. Then she proceeded to tell me her husband would be home soon and would want to take a shower after working all day. And if there wasn't any hot water he would probably beat the living snot out of her again.

    She asked "Do you want to come now or later?" I got the pilot light lit and didn't have to go back again that evening.

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    • #3
      Hum,

      Interesting....Its funny at times the calls that seem so simple see to help people the most.
      Justin Stuart

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      • #4
        I got a call in Anchorage from a lady claiming a porcupine was "eating her house".

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        • #5
          Wow....Strange people out there.
          Justin Stuart

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          • #6
            Originally posted by jakflak View Post
            I got a call in Anchorage from a lady claiming a porcupine was "eating her house".
            This isn't related to police work at all, but reminded me of a funny porcupine story. I'll try to make it short.

            My dad lived on Anchorage's hillside, tucked in the woods. It was not uncommon to leave the garage open all day while we were home.

            One day, everyone decided to leave at about the same time, so we shut the two dogs in the garage as that was the easiest and quickest thing to do.

            When we got home, all hell was breaking lose in the garage. We opened the door, and the dogs ran out, scared to death, full of quills. There was a porcupine that had apparently gone in the garage at some point during the day and we hadn't noticed and then we trapped two dogs in there with it for HOURS. Oh man, it was a mess...the porcupine, in it's attempts to get out, had literally started chewing through the wall of the garage. It had also gotten onto the workbench, where there was a window, and attempted to get out around it. The normally squared-off molding was now chewed down all around the window. I swear, it looked almost like some professional had come in with a router and made some nice edges.

            Both dogs lived, but I don't know if they ever recovered mentally. It was one of the funniest things I've ever seen, though. And a determined porcupine can eat your house.
            Last edited by fishAK; 09-17-2008, 06:59 PM.
            "All that is, ever
            Ever was, will be, ever
            Twisting, turning, through the never."--Metallica

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            • #7
              Originally posted by jakflak View Post
              I got a call in Anchorage from a lady claiming a porcupine was "eating her house".
              I heard that story, wasn't that Fish's mom?
              Proud father of a US Marine and USAF SERE Specialist!

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              • #8
                Ouch Kodiak lol
                Justin Stuart

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Kodiak PA View Post
                  I heard that story, wasn't that Fish's mom?
                  I don't really have a witty comeback for that off the top of my head, so
                  "All that is, ever
                  Ever was, will be, ever
                  Twisting, turning, through the never."--Metallica

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                  • #10
                    So how many are in Alaska other than the few that post here (myself, fish, jak, M-4 (extra points for being in Fairbanks , Kodiak, Sig, and the other few I forgot to mention. ) I am trying to liven up this forum since other states post quite a bit and I know we are better then most of them :-) but Nebraska will always have a place in my heart.
                    Justin Stuart

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                    • #11
                      I lived in Nebraska for a while, too.
                      Proud father of a US Marine and USAF SERE Specialist!

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                      • #12
                        Kodiak,

                        Form your job I would have to guess Offutt? I was born and raised in Omaha for 17 years. Joined the Army got sent to Ft. Wainwright, got out and joined the Air Guard (good choice btw lol). Omaha isn't to bad, I miss it at times but can't get my wife to move down there because she is scared of Tornadoes.
                        Justin Stuart

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by jstuart99705 View Post
                          Kodiak,

                          Form your job I would have to guess Offutt? I was born and raised in Omaha for 17 years. Joined the Army got sent to Ft. Wainwright, got out and joined the Air Guard (good choice btw lol). Omaha isn't to bad, I miss it at times but can't get my wife to move down there because she is scared of Tornadoes.
                          Yep...spent a year at Offutt and UNMC. I really liked Omaha. Had a great year...probably the best of my career.
                          Proud father of a US Marine and USAF SERE Specialist!

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                          • #14
                            What did you retire from the Air Force as? My cusion is going to school to be a doctor, well a bio chemist I believe. Nebraska does have some great schools.
                            Justin Stuart

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                            • #15
                              Trained with the Air Force, retired from USCG. Retired in 2000.
                              Proud father of a US Marine and USAF SERE Specialist!

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