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Anchorage Police Department
Monday September 30th, 2019 :: 03:08 p.m. AKDT


A loud noise complaint resulted in Kaylee Weigle and Jonathan Walker facing several theft and fraud-related charges

At 1:57 PM on Saturday, September 28, 2019, Anchorage Police responded to the 200-block of Zappa Place in reference to a noise complaint.  The caller stated loud music was blasting from parked vehicles.  Upon arrival officers saw two males exit a blue Ford Explorer which is the vehicle the music was coming from.  A computer check of the license plate showed the vehicle had been involved with more than one eluding incident with APD.  As such, a tow truck was called to impound the Explorer for evidence. It will be searched once a warrant is obtained.
While waiting for the tow truck, witnesses told officers where the owner of the Ford lived.  One of them contacted the owner, 31-year-old Kaylee M. Weigle, who came out of a nearby apartment complex to speak with police.  Officers explained to Weigle why they were impounding the car.  She was also instructed to not remove any items from the SUV.  She stated she understood and walked away.   Moments later an officer, who was back in his vehicle, witnessed Weigle sneak over to the Ford, open the rear door, and remove a large backpack.  Weigle was attempting to duck down and not be seen.  Weigle then began to run and officers pursued.  While running, Weigle threw the backpack through an open window of the apartment complex.
Officers caught up to Weigle and took her into custody.  Additional officers arrived and a perimeter was formed around the building.  Once a warrant was obtained, officers made several announcements at the apartment door which went unanswered.  After entry was made, officers made contact with 40-year-old Jonathan C. B. Walker who was detained and escorted to a patrol vehicle.
Several items were seized from the apartment to include fraudulent dollar bills.  Also seized were numerous credit cards, checks, and other identifying information that belonged to people who did not live in the residence.
Both Weigle and Walker were transported to the Anchorage Police Department for questioning by detectives.  Afterwards Kaylee Weigle was remanded at the Anchorage Jail on the charges of Tampering with Physical Evidence, eight counts of Theft II, two counts of Forgery I, two counts of Forgery II, and five counts of Criminal Impersonation. 
During the pat search credit cards were found on Jonathan Walker’s person that did not belong to him.  Walker was remanded at the jail on two counts of Theft II.
Case 19-34990

Anchorage Police Department
716 W 4th Ave
Anchorage, AK 99501

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