February 14, 2013 | Volume 43, No. 6

Police Report

Tuesday, Feb. 12

Cash was reported stolen from a Haines Highway residence.

Two traffic stops resulted in a citation for failure to use a turn signal and a verbal warning for excessive speed.

Monday, Feb. 11

A caller reported part of the road on Soap Suds Alley was washed away. Borough road crews were advised.

A caller reported a woman being too intoxicated to care for her children. Police responded and determined a responsible adult was present. Social workers were advised.

A traffic stop resulted in a verbal warning for failure to stop at a stop sign.

Sunday, Feb. 10

An individual reported a large crack running down the middle of Young Road. Borough officials were advised.

A hit-and-run was reported on Oslund Drive. An officer responded.

Police assisted troopers with a call involving a disabled vehicle at 23 Mile Haines Highway.

Two traffic stops resulted in verbal warnings for no taillight, expired registration and failure to stop at a stop sign.

Saturday, Feb. 9

An officer reported a domestic assault that occurred in the Beach Road area. An officer initiated a case.

A family member requested a welfare check on an individual who was possibly drinking heavily. Officers arrived and requested an ambulance for high intoxication.

Officers assisted a citizen in obtaining a protective order.

A traffic stop resulted in a verbal warning for failure to stop at a stop sign.

Friday, Feb. 8

An apparently disabled vehicle was reported at the dock. A relative of the vehicle’s owner reported the owners were on a canoe trip and the vehicle was not broken down.

A caller reported a violation of a protective order.

An out-of-state caller requested a welfare check on a man who had not been answering his phone. Officers contacted the man, who said he had been sleeping and that he would contact his family.

A caller reported boulders in the roadway on Lutak Road. Police responded to remove them.

An individual reported an intoxicated male lying in the roadway on View Street.

A caller reported a horse loose in the Sawmill Road area. Police responded but the horse had already been contained.

A traffic stop resulted in a verbal warning for excessive speed.

Thursday, Feb. 7

A caller requested sanding on Allen Road and Menaker Road. State road crews were advised.

A citizen reported their vehicle was struck by a plow. An officer responded and provided the citizen with accident forms.

A fire call was received. Fire crews responded.

A caller reported a vehicle with expired registration parked at a local business. Records showed the vehicle was registered, but tags were not attached to the plate.

A male was taken into protective custody.

Wednesday, Feb. 6

A Southeast Alaska State Fair employee requested an officer make contact with a trespasser.

A possibly disabled vehicle was reported on FAA Road. An officer contacted the owner.

Dispatch provided information on contacting emergency services in Phoenix, Ariz.

An officer initiated a case for assault in the fourth degree.

Two traffic stops resulted in verbal warnings for a malfunctioning taillight and turn signal.

Dispatch received 16 medical calls and three canine calls.