March 7, 2013 | Volume 43, No. 9

Police Report

Tuesday, March 5

Dispatch received a call about two vehicles parked on the side of the Beach Road extension, making it difficult to drive around them. An officer determined the vehicles were not a hazard.

A Mathias Drive resident reported a disturbance and requested extra patrols.

Dispatch received a call about garbage falling out the back of a moving vehicle. An officer responded but was rerouted to a priority call.

Officers were advised of skateboarders riding in the middle of a Lutak Road hill.

Monday, March 4

Officers were advised of a domestic violence protection order for the department to serve.

Sunday, March 3

An officer advised dispatch of a rock slide at 2 Mile Lutak Road. The officer cleared the road as much as possible. State road crews were notified.

An individual reported fireworks being shot off near 27 Mile Haines Highway. Troopers were advised.

A caller reported an individual was threatening a resident at 1 Mile Haines Highway and the resident’s animals. Officers contacted the parties.

Officers were advised of a reckless driver near Beach Road. The caller said the driver stayed in the wrong lane a long time.

Officers were advised of a complaint about an individual driving without insurance.

Officers were advised of a call from an individual who wanted to report a second party was threatened by a third party, but the second party did not want to report it.

Saturday, March 2

A caller requested officers ensure an individual wouldn’t be allowed in his residence while the caller was gone. Dispatch advised that the magistrate would have to issue a protective order.

Troopers were advised a person felt threatened by a family member near 26 Mile Haines Highway.

Two traffic stops resulted in verbal warnings for speeding and failure to stop at a stop sign.

Friday, March 1

Troopers were advised of vehicle rollover report at 29 Mile Haines Highway involving one male passenger. Police, fire and ambulance crews were dispatched. No injuries were reported.

The magistrate brought a protective order to the department to be served.

An officer initiated 12 cases for abandoned vehicles.

Officers responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle entering private property. Officers made contact with the vehicle’s occupants, who left when asked.

One traffic stop resulted in a verbal warning for unsafe lane changes.

Thursday, Feb. 28

An individual living on Deishu Drive reported two moose walking in the area.

Officers initiated a case against a man for driving with a suspended license.

Two traffic stops resulted in a citation for driving with a suspended license and failure to carry proof of insurance and a verbal warning for failure to use a turn signal.

Wednesday, Feb. 27

An officer responded to a call reporting an unsecured premise. The caller reported a door was open and requested an officer clear the building, which he did.

State road crews were advised of a rock slide near 14 Mile Haines Highway.

Dispatch received 17 medical calls.