Nikiski Man Reports Stolen Prescription Narcotics

Posted: March 22, 2013 at 6:27 am

At 8:45pm on Wednesday, March 20th, the Alaska State Troopers received a report from 62-year-old Creig Jorgenson of Nikiski stating his prescription narcotics had been taken from his residence while he was not there.

Jorgenson told troopers that he’d locked the doors when he left the residence and the doors were locked when he returned home.

Nothing else in the residence was disturbed according to Jorgenson yet his prescription drugs were gone.

Troopers are continuing their investigation and are asking that anyone with information regarding this incident, contact AST at 262-4453 or Crime Stoppers at 1(800)478-4258.

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2 Comments to “Nikiski Man Reports Stolen Prescription Narcotics”

  • Wrong Release of Info says:

    Why would anyone name an individual that had or has drugs in their home? Not cool if he gets targeted again by more thiefs looking for drugs to steal. This is so wrong and very lame by AST and KSRM.

  • Wrong release of info . . . Does it really matter that the name is out? The drugs are already gone, you’ll have to look elsewhere. I think KSRM and AST could do the peninsula a favor and release reports that all the perscription narcotics have been stolen. If the thieves thought all the drugs were already stolen, they’d move on to greener pastures.

    However I do agree with you, I think AST and KSRM should censor more of the information that is spread. I often tell my Grandchildren, although they don’t listen cause they’re on thosed damned cellular mobile telephones when they should be payin’ attention, that the problem with America is that there is too damned much information available. If the media would just allow us to stay in the dark about more issues, we wouldn’t have so many problems. Think about That!