Police Blotter


Monday, March 26

A caller reported two intoxicated people passed out in front of a motel. An employee was notified and said the people had left.

A caller reported hearing people yelling near their residence behind Deishu Drive. An officer checked the area and said the noise most likely was from firefighters in training near the fire hall.

An officer requested a case number assigned for an incident the previous day involving a dog killing two rabbits in a cage on Fourth Avenue.

Sunday, March 25

A female accused a female of criminal assault at a downtown residence. An officer investigated, interviewed a witness and opened a case. There were no injuries.

Saturday, March 24

An officer provided transport for two people from a downtown business to a residence.

Friday, March 23

A caller reported the theft of a 4.5-gallon propane tank from Haines Propane.

A caller reported icy road conditions on Bjornstad Street.

A caller requested extra patrols of the school after seeing suspicious people looking in windows.

A caller reported someone cut a tree on her Front Street property without permission. Later, the caller said she erred, and the tree was not on her property.

Thursday, March 22

A 911 call was disconnected. Upon calling back, there was no answer.

Road crews were advised of a report that multiple streets were hazardous with ice.

Wednesday, March 21

Police left a voicemail at a number after a 911 call from a cell phone with background noise. The caller then contacted the police department and said there was no emergency.

Tuesday, March 20

A group reported receiving harassing messages on their cell phones. An officer investigated and determined no crime had been committed.

A local agency requested an officer contact a client regarding possible harassment in a separate incident, and the officer warned a person to stop sending harassing phone messages.

A homeowner in the Young Road area was concerned someone was stealing her home heating oil and causing noise. An officer responded and found no evidence to indicate theft.

There were 19 medical calls and five calls about dogs.

The Haines Borough Police Department can be reached at 766-2121.


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