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Police Report

 

March 8, 2018



Tuesday, Feb. 27

Police contacted the registered owners of vehicles on Ed Shirley Drive that appear to have been abandoned.

Wednesday, Feb. 28

A caller on Oslund Drive reported a runaway juvenile that was quickly located.

Haines Volunteer Fire Department responded to a report of a possible fuel spill on Oslund Drive.

Thursday, March 1

The fire department responded to a report of smoke inside a residence on Helms Loop Road.

A caller reported a possible unlicensed driver on Main Street. Police determined the driver was licensed.

Friday, March 2

A caller reported someone following them on Battle Road. The caller was referred to court to obtain a protective order.

A caller reported a civil issue with a neighbor on Chilkat Trail Road.

A caller reported an illegally parked vehicle on Main Street. The vehicle was gone when police arrived.

A caller reported an unlicensed driver near 1 Mile Haines Highway.

Saturday, March 3

Police relayed a message to the airport.

A caller requested assistance in removing someone from their residence at 31.5 Mile Haines Highway. The person left the area. Alcohol was involved.

A caller requested a welfare check on a person at 31.5 Mile Haines Highway.

A caller requested assistance in contacting a tenant on Barnett Drive.

A caller reported a disabled vehicle at 4 Mile Haines Highway.

An officer assisted a citizen involved in a bicycle accident on Young Road.

A caller reported a lost wallet.

Monday, March 5

Police assisted a landlord with service of an eviction notice on Barnett Drive. Weapons were involved.

A message was relayed to the water/sewer department to shut off a main line on Small Tracts Road.

A caller reported being harassed by a neighbor. The person was referred to the court.

A citizen requested transportation outside the townsite area. The person was referred to seek other options.

An investigation began into a report of a protective order violation.

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

 
 

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