On 09/29/2017, Anchorage WAANT was monitoring the Anchorage to Sand Point flight in response to a tip received from Sand Point Police Department when they observed an unrelated traveler at the ticket counter exhibiting drug trafficking behavior. Anchorage WAANT began an investigation into this passenger and ultimately identified him as Christian Anderson-Nutt (age 21) of Sand Point.
During the investigation, Department of Corrections Officer Wood and K-9 “Koda” were requested to assist and responded to the airport. Subsequent to the K-9 sniff and search of Anderson-Nutt and his baggage, 52.3 grams of methamphetamine, 19.8 grams of heroin, and $6,570.00 in US Currency were seized. The amount of heroin and methamphetamine seized represents approximately 198, and 523 user doses respectively. Therefore, the value of the seized narcotics had they reached Sand Point, a community of roughly 1000 people, is approximately $72,100. Anderson-Nutt was arrested on multiple charges of MICS 2nd Degree and was remanded at the Anchorage Correctional Complex. Anderson-Nutt was already on conditions of release on a pending MICS 4 case and his bail was set at $ 5,000 performance and $5,000.00 appearance bonds.
Come early to the Talent Show!
Pre-Show Dinner October 10th at 5:30 PM. Hamburger Plate $10! *Money raised will help support the Sand Point Scholarship Fund offering scholarships for college to our graduating seniors.
Sand Point School Talent Show And Bake Sale
Tuesday, October 10th at 6:00 – 7:30pm. Tickets will be on sale at the door. Cost: $5.00 Adults – $2.00 Children
Close Up 2018 will be having a bake sale on October 7th at the AC store starting at noon. Please come by for some treats! :)
We sat down with the 4 Candidates for Mayor of Sand Point. We asked them 5 questions:
1. What inspired you to run for mayor?
2. What are Sand Points biggest needs?
3. How would you help prepare Sand Point for the future?
4. What is Sand Points biggest strength?
5. What issue do you believe isn’t getting enough attention from the City?
KSDP sat down with the Mayoral Candidates for the Aleutians East Borough & asked them the following questions.
1. What made you decide to run for Mayor?
2. What is the greatest need you see in the Borough?
3. If elected as Mayor, how would you help prepare the Borough for the future?
4. What issue do you believe isn’t being given enough attention by the Borough?
5. We’re facing a shrinking school district in the Borough coupled with a reduced State capital budget for facilities upgrades & maintenance. As Mayor, what approach would you take to help the district maintain the best educational environment possible under these circumstances?
HAL S. HENNING CHIEF OF POLICE
SAND POINT DEPARTMENT of PUBLIC SAFETY
Post Office Box 423 Sand Point. Alaska 99661 EMAIL: email@example.com
TEL: (907)383-3700 FAX:(907)383-5496
On 09/21/2017, at approximately 1800 hours, Investigators from the Alaska State Troopers – Western Alaska Alcohol and Narcotics Team and Officers from the Anchorage Airport Police Dept. contacted Daniele Glodowski, 37, of Anchorage, at the Anchorage International Airport prior to the departure of a flight to Sand Point, AK. The contact was the result of a Joint investigation involving the Sand Point Police Department and the Alaska State Troopers Statewide Drug Enforcement Unit.
As a result of the contact Troopers seized approximately 5g (50 user doses) of methamphetamine, 3 grams (30 user doses) of heroin, and 6 grams (60 user doses) of crack cocaine destined for Sand Point. The drugs have an approximate combined street value of $14,000 in Sand Point. Gladowski was remanded to the Anchorage Jail in lieu of $5000.00 bond.
Chief Hal S. Henning Sand Point Police Department (more…)
Aleutian Pribilof Islands Association, Department of Education and Workforce Development, Head Start Program is now enrolling for the 2017-2018 school year in King Cove and Sand Point. Head Start is for eligible children 3 years to 5 years of age. Our Head Start value is to promote, strengthen, and preserve the Unangan cultural heritage through developmentally-appropriate preschool activities. For more information or an application please visit our web site www.apiai.org or call Beverly Mierzejek, Head Start Division Coordinator, at 1-800-478-2742.