Monday, Oct. 1
A caller reported skateboarders on Lutak Road hill.
A vehicle was reported abandoned on North Sawmill Road. The owner was advised to move it off the road.
The harbormaster requested help finding a boat owner in advance of ramp removal at Letnikof Cove.
Sunday, Sept. 30
A horse was reported loose at 2 Mile Haines Highway. Police determined it was in a safe area.
A business owner reported a vehicle parked in a crosswalk on Main Street. Police found that as crosswalk lines are not yet in place, there was no violation.
A possible drunk driver was reported near Young Road.
A man was reported passed out in the post office lobby. Police provided transport for the man.
A vehicle was reported on Main Street driving without headlights after dark.
Police helped a motorist who became stuck on the tank farm beach at Lutak while gathering seaweed.
Saturday, Sept. 29
A shouting match at the harbor resulted in one person receiving a protective order.
A Young Road resident reported a bear broke into a livestock shed and killed rabbits on his property. He was able to chase it off when it returned.
Friday, Sept. 28
A Juneau man who had been drinking at a downtown bar reported being robbed. Police said the man woke up in his motel room missing a fairly large amount of money but couldn’t remember how he had returned to the motel.
The clinic reported a phone line not working.
A Chilkoot Estates resident reported a construction driver speeding and using “jake brakes.” Workers were advised to slow down and stop using the brakes.
A caller reported a possible drunk driver near the intersection of Main Street and Old Haines Highway.
A car was reported parked the wrong way on Front Street. Police were unable to locate it.
A theft was reported by a person who said they left a wallet amid merchandise at a liquor store and when they returned, they found money missing from the wallet.
A caller reported a potential drunk driver loitering near Port Chilkoot beach.
Thursday, Sept. 27
A trespasser was reported at a Fourth Avenue property.
A caller reported someone at a Small Tracts Road residence had been accidentally shot in the leg. Police and an ambulance were dispatched.
A caller reported a possible drunk driver near 26 Mile. Police were unable to locate the driver.
Wednesday, Sept. 26
An unauthorized burn was reported on Deishu Drive.
A person reported receiving a phone call in which they were asked personal information.
A caller reported three yearling bear cubs along the Chilkoot River.
Tuesday, Sept. 25
A caller reported a bear made contact with the rear side of his truck as he was turning on to Deishu Drive at 11:30 p.m.
A caller reported that a wallet left at the home of an acquaintance was stolen.
A caller reported a civil dispute involving a family at the school; an officer responded to the school.
A caller complained that a recently relocated stop sign on East Fair Drive was a safety hazard. Borough officials confirmed the sign’s relocation was intentional.
A caller complained about noise from harbor drilling.
A caller reported a bear twice got nto household trash on Mathias Avenue; the caller later reported the second visit was by a dog, not a bear.
There were 20 medical calls.