Monday, Oct. 5

A caller reported receiving a fraudulent voice message from the IRS. An officer spoke with the caller.

Sunday, Oct. 4

A Comstock Road resident reported being woken up by fireworks. She was advised to call back if the fireworks continued.

A pair of black-framed glasses was found near the curb on Main Street.

Saturday, Oct. 3

Two 911 callers reported a fire at the end of Comstock Road. A mobile home was fully engulfed. The Haines Volunteer Fire Department responded, but the structure and an adjacent trailer were a total loss. Two occupants escaped and no injuries were reported. The residents left the scene prior to the arrival of the department. Police later located the victims and helped them with transport to the clinic for assessment. The American Red Cross and Salvation Army were notified.

A Small Tracts Road resident reported receiving a fraudulent message from someone claiming to be the IRS. Police were advised.

Police arrested a 23-year-old man for a felony warrant from Soldotna for larceny.

Two traffic stops resulted in two citations for speeding.

Friday, Oct. 2

A Deishu Drive caller asked police to conduct a welfare check on a relative he had been unable to contact. Police contacted the woman, who was fine.

A caller reported his Permanent Fund Dividend and Social Security checks had been stolen. Police determined the alleged theft was a civil matter and referred the caller to the court.

A Lynn View Drive caller reported hearing an alarm across the street. Police determined it was a car alarm and contacted the owner to silence it.

A caller asked that a disruptive woman be removed from his Second Avenue residence. Police responded and determined all parties were highly intoxicated. They separated the parties and issued a trespass warning to the woman, then escorted her home.

A traffic stop resulted in a warning for speeding.

Thursday, Oct. 1

Police received an arrest warrant from the court for a juvenile male from Haines for failure to appear at his court hearing.

A woman reported she was the victim of identity theft in Georgia and that she was being charged by the IRS for not paying her taxes. Police advised her to bring in all documentation for further investigation.

A caller reported she accidentally locked her keys and dog in her parked car near Fort Seward. Police were able to open the car.

Wednesday, Sept. 30

A caller reported dog walkers on Mud Bay Road yelled at him when his vehicle passed very close to them due to oncoming traffic. Police were advised and will be speaking to the dog walker regarding safety on the roadway while walking.

A person reported someone entered their home on Mosquito Lake Road without permission. The person apparently watched television and left the lights on. Troopers were advised.

Tuesday, Sept. 29

Police received a civil packet to be served on a Haines resident.

A caller asked police to perform a welfare check on a Second Avenue resident. The person was fine.

Police served a summons on a Haines resident.

A Moose Lane resident reported hearing gunshots. Police responded but didn’t hear any gunshots or see signs of a disturbance.

Troopers reported the family of a Haines visitor had not been able to locate the man. Troopers later reported the man returned safely.

A caller reported an altercation between a man and a woman. Police contacted each person, who said nothing happened and declined to speak with police.