Monday, Sept. 26
A caller reported a problem bear at the dump.
A caller reported a vehicle in the ditch on the Haines Highway.
A caller reported a person violating the bear attractant laws by throwing out crumbs for birds.
Saturday, Sept. 24
A caller reported a possible bear attractant near 4 Mile Haines Highway.
Friday, Sept. 23
A caller reported a reckless driver heading toward the post office. An officer responded and did not find a vehicle matching the given description.
A downtown business requested extra patrols due to smokers close to the building.
A caller reported a possible break-in on Young Road. An officer responded and did not locate an intruder.
A caller reported a bear that would not leave the dump.
Thursday, Sept. 22
A caller reported a bear was spooked into the woods toward town from their house near Fourth and Union.
Trash was reportedly dumped on private land at 5 Mile Haines Highway.
A caller requested extra patrols for a downtown house they were watching that someone apparently had broken into. Police said nothing was taken from the home, and there was no damage.
A vehicle was struck and damaged near the swimming pool.
A caller reported a chimney fire at Fourth Avenue and Dalton Street, and firefighters responded.
A caller reported debris being spread on the Haines Highway.
A caller reported a car in a ditch out Lutak Road.
A caller reported a bear at 1 Mile Haines Highway attacked their dog. The dog had minor injuries.
A bear knocked over garbage near Front Street.
A caller reported a bear in their yard at Front and Union.
Wednesday, Sept. 21
A caller reported a one-vehicle accident at the parade grounds. Officers and emergency personnel responded. The driver was taken to the Haines clinic with head injuries. Police said charges were pending.
A caller reported a vehicle in the ditch at Mountain Market. An officer responded and found minor damage to the vehicle, and no injuries.
A large brown bear was reported wandering around at the dump.
A caller reported a vehicle driving around town with its high beams on.
State troopers received a call that a vehicle was being driven all over the road on the Haines Highway. Officers made contact with the driver and determined they weren’t impaired.
Trees were reported down on a Beach Road power line.
A caller requested lights be turned on at the Port Chilkoot Dock because they did not know where the switch was.
A tree was reported in the road at about 1 Mile Lutak Road.
A caller reported a downed tree blocking a lane of traffic at 7 Mile Mud Bay Road.
A caller reported a bear cub had been hit by a car and left at 1 Mile Haines Highway. An officer responded, and a charity was called to pick up the bear.
An officer gave a warning for an unsecured dumpster at 1 Mile Haines Highway.
A caller reported a bear on their downtown porch, getting into trash.
Tuesday, Sept. 20
A caller reported receiving a possible fraudulent request for money. The caller was advised not to give personal information.
A caller requested an officer go to the Port Chilkoot Dock and turn on the lights, because they were unable to contact the harbormaster and were on their way to Haines.
A caller reported a sow with two cubs bedding down in their Small Tracts Road driveway.
There were 17 medical calls and seven calls about dogs.
The Haines School reported a child left without permission. The child was located at home with a parent.