Thursday, Nov. 4
A caller reported a sow and cub walking in a residential area near Fourth Avenue. Officers responded, but the bears were not found.
A caller reported a vehicle parked in a downtown parking lot for two days. Officer responded. The vehicle had broken down and was moved the next day.
A caller reported a person passed out on the floor of the post office. The person was taken home.
A caller reported they were kicking out a couple who had been living with them near 26 Mile Haines Highway and the female became verbally abusive. Troopers were advised.
Friday, Nov. 5
A store manager reported a youth had used merchandise inside their downtown store, left and then returned to pay for it. Officer advised. The manager did not press charges, but the youth was banned from re-entering the business.
A caller reported receiving a harassing phone call from an unknown person.
Saturday, Nov. 6
A caller reported abuse from a person they had asked to move out of their house just south of downtown. Officers responded and arrested the person, who was charged with misdemeanor assault and trespass.
A caller reported their vehicle was in the ditch on Front Street after it stalled. No one was injured.
Sunday, Nov. 7
A caller reported a bear with cubs was getting into their garbage on Fourth Avenue. Officer responded, but the bears were not found.
Monday, Nov. 8
A caller reported a vehicle was parked on school property for a week. Officer advised, and police will attempt to contact the owner.
There were 12 medical calls and four calls about dogs.