Kodiak police search turns up possible stolen items, meth

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By Daysha Eaton/KMXT

Kodiak Police Department detectives recently served a search warrant on a home on Hillside Street.

In a press release issued this morning, KPD said the search on Friday, August 17 yielded approximately seven grams of methamphetamine along with several pieces of possible stolen property.

KPD has been looking into a series of recent burglaries.

They say multiple investigations remain ongoing and active and they are requesting that anyone with additional information contact the department, and specifically talk with Detective Kathleen Gambling.

  • The department can be reached by phone at: 486-8000
  • Anonymous tips may be made via the Kodiak Crime Stoppers Hotline at: 486-3113
  • Or through the smartphone application “P3” by Anderson Software, LLC

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