Anchorage, Alaska You are more likely to be raped in Anchorage than any other city in the US.
Anchorage Police arrested the man and charged him with the sexual assault of a woman, the unlawful entry into two separate residences and with assault on two grandparents.
At 9:40 a.m., APD received a call from a woman reporting that she had just been beaten and sexually assaulted by 40-year-old Travis Felder.
The assault occurred in a storage unit located at the 2200 block of Gambell Street, where the victim had slept the previous night. Following the assault, the victim fled to the manager’s office to report the attack. Meanwhile, Felder turned off the electricity to the storage complex, disabling the surveillance videos. He then fled the area wearing a black bra and a pair of women’s Capri pants.
A short time later, APD received a call from a citizen, who stated that a black male, dressed as a woman and acting strangely, entered his residence without permission, went upstairs and laid down on his bed. In an effort to get the man to leave, the homeowner agreed to give the stranger a ride to the area of Northern Lights and Maplewood.
Based on the citizen’s description, the man was believed to have been Travis Felder.
An Anchorage man accused of using a stolen truck to ram Anchorage police cars will face federal charges related to the alleged crime.
Poly Johnrobert Lomu, 22, is charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm.
In September, officers said they found Lomu passed out in a stolen truck on Northern Raven Drive with a handgun in his lap. Police say when officers tried to get him to exit the truck, Lomu woke up and started crashing into the police cars.
Officers ultimately used pepper spray to get him out of the truck. They searched the truck and found pistol; Lomu also had two .45 caliber rounds of ammunition in his pockets.
Lomu has an extensive criminal history with a vehicle theft in the first-degree conviction in 2015 and a theft in the second-degree conviction in 2016. More
This happened along time ago just though I would post it anyway.
Seventeen years after teenager Bonnie Craig was abducted from a South Anchorage street, raped, beaten and left for dead in a creek along Turnagain Arm, a Superior Court judge on Monday handed down the sentence for Craig’s convicted killer.
Kenneth Dion, 42, was sentenced to serve 124 years for the killing, which haunted Anchorage for years. Judge Jack Smith did not issue any suspended time. A hiker found Craig’s body facedown and submerged in McHugh Creek on a chilly autumn day, Sept. 28, 1994. Years went by with few good leads, until semen found in Craig matched DNA taken from Dion in 2006, when he was convicted of a string of armed robberies in New Hampshire.