Last Dance

Sitka Fine Arts Camp elementary age campers dance with instructor Brendan Jones in their final day of camp today at the Sheldon Jackson College Campus. Middle School Camp, for grades seven thru nine, begins Monday. Registration is still open at 907-747-3085. (Sentinel Photo by Klas Stolpe)

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Daily Sitka Sentinel

June 2, 2023, Police Blotter

The following calls were logged as of 8 a.m. today.

June 1

At 10:35 a.m. a caller reported a problem with receiving a package that was to have been shipped to Sitka. The matter was sorted out.

At 8 p.m. a possibly intoxicated woman was reported at Crescent Harbor. Police were unable to locate her.

A caller reported stolen bikes might be being sold in the area of SMC and Baranof Street. Police advised the caller of options.

At 11:18 p.m.  a woman was reported exposing herself in the 700 block of HPR. She was gone when officers arrived and no one in the area wanted to press charges.

At 11:33 p.m. two apparently intoxicated persons were reported in the 200 block of Marine Street. One was able to help the other, police found, and no assistance was needed.

June 2

At 12:19 a.m. a security check was made at HPR and Harbor Mountain Road.

At 12:56 a.m. a suspicious auto was reported parked near the Public Safety Academy. It was gone when police arrived.

At 3:51 a.m. an anonymous caller reported an erratic driver near Centennial Hall. Officers found the driver was not intoxicated.

At 5:56 a.m. a caller said a man had been yelling from his vehicle in the 4800 block of HPR, apparently had struck another vehicle, then had jumped out of his car carrying an axe. Police found no evidence of such an incident.


Emergency Calls

Sitka Fire Department received three ambulance calls Thursday.



The following couples applied for marriage licenses in May:

Jerry Allen Puckett and Kathrine Tomas Uddipa; Weston Adam Hoerdeman and Taya Danielle Warren; Benjamin Carl Campen and Eva Lauren Johnson Fish; I Gede Angga Suwira Pratama and Kodek Caroline Aprilliani.

Also, Chatham Miguel Mulligan and Autumn Tracell Schiesser; Trent Lynn Bayne and Holley Ann Dennison; and Valerie Lynn Taylor and Leon Vance Barcley.



The following couples were granted divorces in May:

Kyla F. (Westcott) Phillips and James Dean Phillips; Evanne Marie (Whitaker) Kegley and Kole Aaron Kegley; Charles Richard Jordan and Ariana Maria (Berdote) Jordan; and Jamie Christine (Abbott) Price and Arthur Andrew Price III.

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June 1974

Edna Revard is enjoying a much-deserved vacation: she and youngest son Joe are in Italy visiting her older son, Jack, his wife and child. Jack is with the military, stationed in Italy. Edna will be gone a month, the crew at Revard’s Restaurant says.


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