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Alcohol likely had role in pedestrian accidents

...generally result in injuries, was among the average rates in other states, he said. "The study shows there's a lot of pedestrian error involved," said Anchorage Police Lt. Nancy Reeder, who heads the APD traffic enforcement unit.
After 300 Iraq missions, soldier based in Fort Richardson is killed by moose

...stretch of the highway isn't well-lit, and seeing something alongside the roadway can be difficult, said police Lt. Nancy Reeder. "There was a moose - a mom and a calf - that ran out in front of him," Reeder said. "It's one of those things...
Highway fatality still a mystery she got there or why she walked into the southbound lane and stood there. "It's kind of weird," said Lt. Nancy Reeder, police traffic-unit commander. "For lack of a better expression, it's almost like she just appeared out of...
JDHS grad killed in crash

...willing to give a helping hand." Speed appears to have been a factor in the accident, Anchorage Police Department Lt. Nancy Reeder said. She said witnesses estimated Mickelson's speed at nearly 70 mph in the 40 mph zone. It was the first motorcycle...
Northwest Digest

...visiting from Mexico, were in the car with Puliddo-Castaneda and had been "begging him to slow down," said Lt. Nancy Reeder. The men told police they had met Puliddo-Castaneda the evening before at a bar. "They had been up drinking all...
Tour company to offer scooters as new way to travel deal with these things." In Anchorage, the company may run into some problems introducing the Segways. Sgt. Nancy Reeder, who leads the traffic unit at the Anchorage Police Department, said Segways are illegal on sidewalks, bike paths...
Driver charged in crash that killed mother, injured son the scene. Her son was rushed to the hospital where he was listed in critical but stable condition. Traffic Lt. Nancy Reeder said that in the days following the crash, the boy told officers that another vehicle, a silver truck, was involved...
Rise of Heroin

...therefore bigger drug problems, but stopping the rapid advance of heroin is becoming a top priority for police, said Lt. Nancy Reeder, head of the Anchorage police Metro Drug Enforcement Unit. Although heroin use is growing, treatment options are...


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