Alaska Statutes.
Title 11. Criminal Law
Chapter 56. Offenses Against Public Administration
Section 800. False Information or Report.
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AS 11.56.800. False Information or Report.

(a) A person commits the crime of false information or report if the person knowingly

(1) gives false information to a peace officer

(A) with the intent of implicating another in an offense; or

(B) concerning the person's identity while the person is

(i) under arrest, detention, or investigation for a crime; or

(ii) being served with an arrest warrant or being issued a citation;

(2) makes a false report to a peace officer that a crime has occurred or is about to occur;

(3) makes a false report or gives a false alarm, under circumstances not amounting to terroristic threatening in the second degree under AS 11.56.810, that a fire or other incident dangerous to life or property calling for an emergency response has occurred or is about to occur;

(4) makes a false report to the Department of Natural Resources under AS 46.17 concerning the condition of a dam or reservoir; or

(5) gives false information to a public employee relating to a person's eligibility for a permanent fund dividend under AS 46.23 and the false information does not also violate AS 11.56.205.

(b) False information or report is a class A misdemeanor.

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