907 Updates December 21, 2017

By Laura Holman: Late night officer involved shooting
By Richard Mauer: Westlake won’t be charged for sexual relationship with teen
At the time, it would have been illegal for an adult to have sex with a person under 16.

Skidmore said that even though the statute of limitations has been lifted on some sex crimes, the change can’t be applied retroactively.
By Sidney Sullivan: Anchorage man arrested for child pornography, police suspect local victims
If anyone believes they are a victim of Cogley, or has any information about this case, Thim requests that you call APD dispatch at (907) 786-8900. Or to remain anonymous, contact Crime Stoppers at (907) 561-7867.
By Cameron Mackintosh: Track Palin approved for electronic monitoring
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) – Track Palin was approved for bail with electronic monitoring, rather than a third-party custodian, during a bail hearing in a Palmer courtroom Wednesday afternoon. His bail was not lowered, however, and he remained in custody.
By Tracy Sinclaire: Winter arrives, shortest “day” of the year, gaining daylight tomorrow
By Associated Press: Juneau police shortage “starting to get kind of scary”
The Juneau Empire reports that the Mayor’s Task Force on Public Safety met with police officials on Tuesday and learned that the department is 11 officers short of full capacity with two more set to retire in the spring.

Deputy Chief David Campbell says the shortage is “starting to get kind of scary.”
By Rebecca Palsha / KTUU: $150,000 worth of marijuana stolen from Anchorage cannabis cultivator
By Caslon Hatch: Santa visits his tiniest believers at Providence’s NICU
By Kalinda Kindle: Burglarized school gets help from community
By Associated Press: Lawsuit alleges negligence, trespassing against Kodiak Electric Association