907 Updates December 26, 2017

By Laura Holman: Kennyhill Drive SWAT standoff leaves one man dead
By Beth Verge: Palmer man admits to stealing gas from Butte Airstrip airplanes
Scott’s truck was impounded and he was remanded into Mat Su Pre-trial on $10,000 bail for Criminal Mischief in the 2nd Degree and five counts of Attempted Criminal Mischief in the 2nd Degree.
By Scott Gross: What dispatchers want you to know when calling for help
When 911 is dialed in the Anchorage area, the call is answered at the Anchorage Police Department. When a call comes in, it is determined by the police department whether it is a police call for help or medical. If the call is medical or fire in nature with no police needed assistance, the call is immediately sent to secondary dispatch centers.

“We try not to waste any time getting units going,” lead dispatcher at Fire Station 12, Stephanie Wolf said. “When we get a phone call, the way it rings lets us know if it’s a 911 call. It will also say something specific in the corner of our computer screen.”
By Associated Press: High winds damage coastal villages on Kuskokwim Bay
By Beth Verge: Salvation Army Brass Band wraps up season as part of century-long tradition
By 719woman.com: Meal under $10: Oven baked spicy chicken tacos