Twenty-three other people have been arrested in connection with the drug trafficking investigation, officials said.
The woman was taken to a hospital and is expected to survive, police said.
Whether or not officer Ryan Nigh pulled the gun’s trigger during the scuffle is part of an ongoing investigation, police said.
The officer was shot and hospitalized after another officer’s gun fired during a struggle between officers and a man they were trying to arrest, police said.
Police described the man’s injuries as not life-threatening and said they’re looking for a “person of interest” who was believed to be in the area at the time.
The Supreme Court ruled in June 2020 that a landmark civil rights law, under a provision called Title VII, protects gay, lesbian and transgender people from discrimination in employment.
The Wasilla man led officers on a 17-minute pursuit, then attempted to retrieve what turned out to be a full-size BB gun from his holster, a statement from the Alaska State Troopers said Friday.
Jamison Cloyd Gallion will be tried as an adult, officials said Friday.
The Alaska state trooper had multiple surgeries for an arm wound and suffered at least one fractured rib when bullets struck his ballistics vest, an affidavit said.
Bret Herrick, 60, was arrested near his Anchor Point residence around 8:40 a.m. Tuesday, troopers said.
The community east of Fairbanks has seen a string of fires since May, community officials say.
The wounded trooper was in “fair” condition. Law enforcement is asking people not to pick up hitchhikers near Anchor Point until 60-year-old Bret Herrick is in custody.
Elisa Vakalis faces six felony counts and is accused of theft from businesses while working as a contract bookkeeper at the same time she served on the Anchorage School Board.
The trooper was placed on administrative leave for three days.
The counterfeit certificates are coming from China and being distributed around the United States, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency said Thursday.
A school principal who abused young girls kept his job despite years of complaints. Now the Bethel-based Lower Kuskokwim School District will pay millions to his victims. His conviction is part of a series of failures by the state’s schools to protect students from educators.
Four other people have yet to be sentenced for their involvement.
Walter Earl had bought more than 50 walrus tusks illegally and planned to sell them at his downtown antique shop, officials say.
The reopening of the Palmer Correctional Facility in Sutton will add about 300 beds to the state’s current prison capacity of about 5,200.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy said police, Alaska State Troopers and corrections officials would follow the law going forward and would try and track down missing DNA.