Monday, April 2
A large rock causing a traffic hazard was reported at 2 Mile Lutak Road.
A 911 hang-up call was determined to be a misdial, and another 911 hang-up call was from a misdialed international number.
There were two traffic stops, resulting in a verbal warning for failure to stop at a stop sign and a written warning for expired tags.
Sunday, April 1
An officer warned a motorist for speeding.
A caller requested assistance with a court-ordered visitation.
A caller reported a visitor pulling into her driveway accidentally struck her home in the Young Road area, causing minor damage.
Saturday, March 31
An out-of-town caller requested a welfare check on a relative, who was okay.
Friday, March 30
A caller reported the return of a propane tank previously reported stolen from Haines Propane.
A caller reported a large flock of ravens and crows and his concern that a downtown business was feeding them.
Public works was advised of a water line leaking in the Young Road area.
A caller reported an aggressive dog at 7.5 Mile Haines HighA caller reported she received minor injuries when she fell to the ground to avoid a moose near a residence at 3 Mile Haines Highway.
Thursday, March 29
Police received a 911 hang-up call from a cell phone and left a message on the caller’s voicemail.
An oil spill was reported on Matrix Road. A hazardous materials crew handled the cleanup.
Wednesday, March 28
An officer issued a citation for a dog at large.
Tuesday, March 27
A relative was concerned a family member from Haines did not arrive on the ferry to Juneau, but the family member was contacted and said they had arranged other transportation.
A resident at 26 Mile Haines Highway reported the bridge was icy.
There were 16 medical calls and four calls about dogs.
Haines Borough police can be reached at 766-2121.