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Police Report


September 21, 2017

Tuesday, September 12

A Union Street business requested assistance unlocking a door and was referred to a locksmith.

Haines Volunteer Fire Department responded to a carbon monoxide monitor activated on Tower Road.

HVFD responded to a service call on FAA Road.

A citizen reported a disabled boat on Sullivan Island. The Coast Guard was advised. The operator of the boat was able to repair the engine.

Wednesday, September 13

A caller requested a welfare check on a relative on Main Street.

A caller reported a reckless driver who nearly struck their vehicle on Young Road.

A caller reported an equipment malfunction on Main Street. The caller was advised to notify the business responsible for the equipment.

A caller reported someone is preventing them from contacting a relative.

HVFD responded to a report of smoke near the Small Boat Harbor.

Thursday, September 14

A welfare check was conducted on a Main Street resident making suicidal statements.

A caller reported they lost a fanny pack on Beach Road Extension.

A Main Street business reported a rude customer that was asked to leave. The business was provided a trespass form.

A caller reported someone piling garbage in the woods on Deishu Drive.

A welfare check was conducted on a Second Avenue resident making suicidal and threatening statements.

An investigation began into a report of a domestic assault on Sawmill Road. Domestic violence and weapons were involved.

A business on Blacksmith Road requested assistance in removing a disorderly customer. Alcohol was involved.

Friday, September 15

A caller reported a bear broke a wooden garbage container on Fourth Avenue. The Alaska Department of Fish and Game was advised.

A bicycle found on Second Avenue was turned in to police.

An officer made contact with a suspicious vehicle on Haines Highway.

An officer made contact with a vehicle blocking the roadway on Soapsuds Alley.

Saturday, September 16

An earthquake occurred in the Haines area.

An investigation began into a report of stolen tires, worth about $100, from Union Street.

Monday, September 18

A message from a juvenile on probation was relayed to a guardian.

A report of an overdue helicopter was referred to the Alaska State Troopers. The helicopter was later located near Walker Lake and was on weather hold.

There were five traffic stops, five 911 hang-ups, 12 medical calls and five canine calls.


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