Monday, June 14
A person reported fuel from his vehicle was siphoned out while the car was parked at the airport.
A person reported a male was walking on private property at 7 Mile Haines Highway and was asked to leave. Troopers were advised.
A caller reported a large plume of smoke from the Skyline area. The fire chief responded.
A person reported a Jeep with only one license plate.
A person reported a vehicle parked in a handicapped parking space at the senior housing development.
An officer responded after a caller reported a person burning a pile of pallets in their Fort Seward yard.
A person reported a driver not using their turn signal and possibly speeding.
A Deishu Drive caller reported a bird pecking at their window had bloodied its beak. The American Bald Eagle Foundation was advised, but the bird flew away
A caller reported their son was intoxicated and being verbally abusive.
Sunday, June 13
An officer reported an abandoned vehicle at the Port Chilkoot Dock.
A caller reported a man with binoculars in their driveway at 7 Mile Haines Highway. Troopers were advised.
Several callers from near 26 Mile Haines Highway reported two bear cubs causing damage to their vehicle and trying to get into their home. Troopers and Fish and Game were advised.
An officer responded to a report that two intoxicated people were walking near the school on the Old Haines Highway.
A person reported a possible "wanted" person was back in town. Troopers were advised and said the person was not wanted.
A person requested assistance getting hold of a family member they hadn’t heard from in a few days. They were advised to call troopers for assistance.
Saturday, June 12
A caller reported hearing a gun shot in town during the night.
A caller reported that a vehicle parked at Soapsuds Alley and Beach Road was causing reduced visibility for other vehicles.
Police initiated a case after a caller reported items missing from their Comstock Road home when they returned from out of town.
A caller reported a vehicle flipped on its side in the fairgrounds parking lot. An officer responded and found no one injured.
An officer responded after a caller reported fencing knocked down around the community garden in the fairgounds.
Friday, June 11
A caller reported smelling and seeing smoke near Matrix Road. An officer who responded found a small brush fire that was spreading.
Troopers were advised after a caller reported a camera crew trespassed into the Thunderbird House in Klukwan without permission.
A caller reported their vehicle’s steering panel was stuck and they were parked partially in the road on Main Street.
Thursday, June 10
A caller reported a raven getting into trash behind the fire hall.
Wednesday, June 9
A caller reported a youth skateboarding off the railings at the school.
A caller reported a bear tripped over their garbage can and lawn chair at 3 Mile Haines Highway during the night. Fish and Game was advised.
Tuesday, June 8
A caller reported a vehicle speeding up Third Avenue.
A caller reported a loud vehicle driving up and down Beach Road during the night.
A workman on the road construction crew at Lutak requested an officer patrol the area, which would remind motorists to obey flaggers.
There were 26 medical calls and five about dogs.