The Coast Guard has found debris of an overdue helicopter approximately 66 nautical miles northeast of Kodiak, Alaska, Tuesday.
Missing is Andy Teuber, 52, from Anchorage, who recently resigned from Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium, where he had been the chief executive officer. On Tuesday, the Anchorage Daily News revealed why Teuber had resigned — an employee accused his of forcing her to have sex with him. She released a letter with the details about his abusive pattern that caused her to resign from the organization.
The helicopter Teuber was reported to be flying is a black and white Robinson R66 with the tail number N1767.
Teuber owns Kodiak Helicopters LLC, which owns the missing helicopter.
A MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter crew and an HC-130 Hercules airplane crew from Coast Guard Air Station Kodiak was searching for the missing helicopter.
Watchstanders at the Coast Guard Sector Anchorage command center received notification from a family member at 5 pm that Teuber left Merrill Field Airport at 2:09 pm with intentions of traveling to Kodiak. Teuber’s last known location was approximately 66 nautical miles northeast of Kodiak.
Watchstanders issued an urgent marine information broadcast and directed the launch of aircrews from Coast Guard Air Station Kodiak and searched late into the night.