Monday, Feb. 6
A caller reported a phone call about lowering his credit card interest and said he thought it was fraud.
Police took a drunken person at a downtown apartment into protective custody.
Sunday, Feb. 5
An officer responded to a domestic dispute at a downtown apartment complex. No charges were filed.
An officer gave a juvenile a ride home.
Saturday, Feb. 4
A caller from a Haines Highway business requested assistance with a loitering customer. An officer responded, and the customer left.
A caller requested a welfare check at a residence up the highway. Alaska State Troopers responded and found the person was fine.
Friday, Feb. 3
A caller reported a power line on Lutak Road leaning against trees and sparking.
A caller requested a welfare check on his brother, and everything was fine.
A caller reported a damaged window at a Main Street business. Police said the damage might have been due to snow or a break-in attempt.
Thursday, Feb. 2
An officer made a traffic stop for erratic driving. The driver had snow on the windshield and was not able to observe the road.
Wednesday, Feb. 1
Walkers reported a line down near Front and Union streets.
A caller reported information on someone selling drugs. No charges have been filed.
Tuesday, Jan. 31
Officers issued three parking citations for vehicles obstructing snow removal.
An officer issued a citation for not having a visible tail light on a trailer.
There were 12 medical calls and two calls about dogs.
The Haines Borough Police Department can be reached at 766-2121.