Police Report


Tuesday, April 16

An intoxicated man was taken into protective custody after being found in a ditch by the Haines Highway.

A person reported he was leaving a local lodging facility early as his room had not been cleaned. He said he was reporting the matter to protect himself and his credit card.

Monday, April 15

A caller on Young Road reported a concern about an unattended fire near his residence. Police investigated and found the campfire was attended.

Sunday, April 14

Police arrested a man and charged him with assault in the fourth degree and interfering with the report of a crime of domestic violence.

Dispatch received a protective order from the magistrate. An officer served it on the respondent.

Dispatch received a call about damage at the school, but the caller needed to speak with school representatives before police could get involved.

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

Saturday, April 13

A caller reported receiving unwanted phone calls from an unknown source. Dispatch advised the caller to seek help from the phone company.

Dispatch received a call that fireworks were going to be set off for a celebration of life ceremony. Immediately after, phone calls were received from concerned citizens.

A traffic stop resulted in a verbal warning for reckless driving.

Friday, April 12

A caller reported a truck was creating ruts behind their business on a dirt road. Police were unable to locate the truck.

A local guide company reported an avalanche and requested ambulance to stand by until all people were recovered. Those involved were then reported as all recovered with no injuries.

Thursday, April 11

Police were unable to locate a motor home reported to be dumping waste into Lynn Canal at Picture Point.

Police received a protective order to be served on a man.

Troopers were advised of a rental motor home being slightly damaged after someone backed into it with a snowmachine trailer. A note with no phone numbers was left on the window.

Wednesday, April 10

One traffic stop resulted in two citations for failure to provide proof of insurance and speeding.

Dispatch received 14 medical calls and three canine calls.


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