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If you have any information about these crimes or any person(s) involved, you are urged to log on to our Tips Website at http://juneaucrimeline.com and submit a Web Tip .  You do not have to give your name.  CRIME LINE will pay a cash reward of up to $1000 if your tips provides results and, you can remain anonymous if you choose. 

3/25/2015 - Pel Meni Burglary Person of Interest
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On March 14, 2015, someone entered the Pel Meni Restaurant in the downtown Wharf Building. That person took over two thousand dollars from the restaurant. Video surveillance footage from the hallway outside the business was provided to JPD on March 23, 2015. That video shows the suspect had covered his face.

The Juneau Police Department is hoping that someone who knows the person may be able to identify him or her based on the clothing, backpack, and body shape. The suspect was wearing a blue jacket with a yellow border, khaki pants, and gloves. The person was also wearing an orange and black backpack. Photos from the surveillance video are posted on the JPD Facebook page.

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3/20/2015 - Hit & Run Sign Destruction on Mendenhall Loop Road
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On the night of March 11th, 2015, a vehicle driver crashed into and destroyed a familiar landmark in the 2800 block of Mendenhall Loop Road. The hit and run driver destroyed the sign for Kodzoff Acres II. Given the size of the debris field it appears the vehicle struck the sign with great force. The suspect vehicle would have to have been damaged and certainly has a damaged or missing side rearview mirror.

The sign will cost about $2,000 to replace.

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3/13/2015 - Gun Theft on Amalga Street
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On March 7th, 2015, between 10:30 in the morning and 6:30 in the evening a semi-automatic rifle made by Israel Weapons Industry, was taken from a residence in the 3600 block of Amalga Street. The gun is valued at $2000 and takes .223 ammunition. The weapon is distinctive, with a pistol grip and short stock. A picture of the weapon is also posted on the JPD Facebook page.

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3/6/2015 - Vandalism / Theft at Northwood Drive
On February 24, 2015, Juneau Police received a report that two coin operated laundry machines at a housing complex on Northwood Drive in Lemon Creek have been vandalized. Damage to the machines is estimated at $1800. Approximately $40 in quarters was stolen.

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2/27/2015 - Stolen Handgun at Rayco SalesARRESTED
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Thanks to the public’s quick response and the valuable information generated by this morning’s Crime Line Crime of the Week request for tips, 21 year old Stephan James Hallum of Juneau has been arrested for stealing a handgun from an unlocked display case at Rayco Sales.    Tips identifying Hallum poured in to JPD and some tipsters provided information valuable to obtaining search warrants.  Officers detained Hallum late this morning after seeing his car near Cinema Drive.  He was taken into custody without incident.  Hallum was detained while officers spent the afternoon doing interviews and serving search warrants. 

The handgun has not been recovered, Hallum may have hidden the gun after learning his picture was released.  The investigation has revealed that Hallum obtained ammunition for the weapon and was carrying the loaded, concealed handgun on his person late yesterday.  The investigation will now focus on finding the gun and anyone with information is encouraged to contact JPD. 

Hallum is lodged at the Lemon Creek Correctional center on a charge of Theft in the 2nd degree, a C felony.  The crime is a felony because a gun was involved. 


On Thursday, February 26, 2015, at about 6:05 in the evening, an approximately 21 year old native male took a .357 stainless steel finish snub-nosed Ruger revolver out of an unlocked display case at Rayco Sales. The suspect had been into the store the previous day, discussing guns with the staff, and had returned on Thursday.

When staff was no longer near the man, he walked behind the display cases, opened a case, and walked out of the store with the gun. Staff soon noticed a gun was missing and checked the surveillance video to determine what had happened. An employee then called JPD.

Multiple pictures of the man are available on the JPD Facebook page and are being released to the media.

The value of the firearm is $443 dollars.

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2/20/2015 - Burglary at Capital Brew on Glacier Avenue
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In the early morning hours of February 16, 2015, Capital Brew, located at 810 Glacier Avenue, was burglarized. It is suspected that at least two people were involved in the burglary in which merchandise and currency was stolen. In addition to the theft, the building sustained damage as a result of forced entry. The Juneau Police Department is looking for assistance from the public in identifying witnesses and persons responsible for the burglary. One person of interest is depicted in the still photograph attached to this release.

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2/13/2015 - Burglaries at Perseverance Theater and Douglas Cafe
On the night of 1/27/15 or early morning hours of 1/28/15, the Perseverance Theater and the Douglas Café were burglarized. Stolen in the burglaries were cash, hand tools, power tools, and props to include e-cigarettes, costume jewelry, wigs, and apparel in excess of $2,000 combined value. It is believe that the two burglaries are related.

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2/6/2015 - Person of Interest in 1-23-15 Crime of the WeekFOUND
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UPDATE: Shyann Howard has contacted the Detective investigating this case, citing pressure from the publicity associated with this case. Sightings of Howard do not need to be reported to JPD at this time.

This week`s Crime Line Crime of the Week is a follow up to the Crime of the Week that was released on January 23, 2015. JPD has a person of interest in the case where a home was burglarized on January 17, 2015, and $18,000 worth of jewelry was stolen.

One of the pieces, a necklace worth $12,000 was pawned by 28 year old Shyann Howard of Juneau. The jewelry was pawned on January 30, 2015 in Juneau. JPD officers have been trying to locate Howard since the 30th without success. JPD is now asking the public for assistance.

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1/30/2015 - Theft of Purse From Shopping Cart at Fred Meyer`s
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On January 29, 2015, at about 3:30 in the afternoon, a 75 year old Juneau woman reported someone stole her purse out of her motorized shopping cart at Fred Meyer. The victim had $150 dollars cash in the purse along with a cell phone.

Surveillance video taken just after 2:00 in the afternoon shows a woman with long hair and wearing glasses looking into the victims cart and taking the purse. She is wearing a dark sweatshirt with a logo on the front and a light colored coat. That woman then proceeded down a hallway toward the store

The Juneau Police Department is looking for assistance from the public in identifying the woman in video. We are releasing a photograph from the video as part of this investigation. You can find this photograph on the JPD Facebook page.

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1/23/2015 - Burglary Jewelry Theft on Glacier Highway
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On January 17, 2015, during the day, someone went into a home in the 17000 block of Glacier Highway and took about $18,000 worth of jewelry and gold. Some of the gold was in the shape of dolphins and there was one gold star. Pictures of those items are available. A gold necklace worth $12,000 and two wedding bands were also taken.

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