Monday, Nov. 18
A person asked for help on a civil matter and was given the appropriate paperwork.
A caller requested a welfare check on family members who hadn’t been heard from in a while. Police confirmed the family members were fine.
Sunday, Nov. 17
A person living near the intersection of Small Tracts and Tower roads reported a bear had damaged a compost pile and garden. Wildlife troopers and Fish and Game were advised.
Traffic stops resulted in a citation for failure to stop at a stop sign, two warnings for failure to stop at a stop sign and a warning for using high beams.
Saturday, Nov. 16
A woman living near an intersection in the Fort Seward area called to report carbon monoxide possibly entering her room because she could see small amounts of smoke coming into the room when she opened her woodstove door. She denied suffering any symptoms associated with carbon monoxide poisoning and decided to call the fire department to see if she could borrow a carbon monoxide detector.
Friday, Nov. 15
Police investigated a vehicle near 4 Mile Haines Highway. The vehicle was well off the road with no occupants or signs of damage.
A person reported a two-vehicle accident in a Main Street parking lot with minor damage and no injuries. Police took a report.
A caller reported an intoxicated woman who would not leave the caller’s Deishu Drive residence. Investigation revealed the woman was on probation and had violated conditions of probation by consuming alcohol. Police arrested the woman.
Thursday, Nov. 14
Police received and served a domestic violence protective order.
A traffic stop resulted in a verbal warning for failure to stop at a stop sign.
Wednesday, Nov. 13
A caller reported a vehicle in the ditch near the intersection of Second Avenue and Mud Bay Road. The vehicle has been removed.
Troopers advised they located a deceased man near the Southeast Alaska State Fairgrounds who was the subject of a search and rescue mission.
A person reported a vehicle in the ditch near the intersection of Young Road and Second Avenue. Police were unable to locate the vehicle.
A caller reported someone she knew forced a door open on her vehicle while it was parked near a Main Street parking lot. The woman alleged damage had occurred. Police initiated a case for criminal mischief.
A caller reported receiving multiple phone calls with no one on the line.
A man living near the intersection of Small Tracts and Tower roads said a bear was in his yard being aggressive toward his dogs. The dogs eventually chased the bear into the woods.
Tuesday, Nov. 12
A West Fair Drive resident reported a bear had ripped a door off a shed on his property. Wildlife troopers and Fish and Game were advised.
A caller reported his 26-year-old son missing.
A person reported slipping on the sidewalk near the intersection of Third Avenue and Main Street and requested state road crews sand the areas.
A caller asked for help retrieving personal property from a residence near 1 Mile Haines Highway. The caller was advised he needed to obtain a writ of assistance from the court before police could get involved because the issue was civil, not criminal.
A vehicle failed to stop at a stop sign near the intersection of Third Avenue and Main Street, nearly causing a collision with a vehicle driven by an off-duty police officer. Police interviewed the driver and advised of a pending citation.
A Mathias Avenue resident reported hearing prowlers on her property. Police investigated but were unable to locate any suspicious activity.
Dispatch received 16 medical calls and six canine calls.