A sport utility vehicle police believe was involved in a hit and run with a house in the Mendenhall Valley has been located.
Officers continue to investigate the crash, reported on Saturday February 1st, in the 3700 block of Amalga Street.
A 26-year-old Juneau man has been identified as a suspect. According to a police news release, the man denied any involvement in the incident when he was interviewed a day later.
On Thursday, police seized the vehicle allegedly involved in the crash, a red 1998 Ford Expedition.
- Despite rainy weather, the luxury cruise liner Crystal Serenity arrived in Nome on schedule, Sunday morning. About a thousand people poured out of the floating hotel and emptied into the town of Nome for a full day of scheduled activities and events, including the formal commemoration held at the Nome Mini Convention Center.
- Kenai Peninsula Assembly Vice President Brent Johnson plans to introduce an ordinance at the meeting Tuesday, August 23, that would replace the invocation or prayer said at the beginning of meetings with a moment of silence.
- The Juneau Assembly has adopted its equal rights ordinance, adding protection against discrimination based on gender identity, gender expression and sexual orientation.
- About 2,300 people have visited William Shakespeare’s First Folio inside of the State Library, Archives and Museum building. It's public viewing in Juneau ends at 5 p.m. Wednesday.