Tuesday, October 3

An alarm was activated at a Main Street business and was determined to be false.

HVFD responded to an unattended burn pile on Helms Loop and extinguished it.

Wednesday, October 4

A citizen reported littering on Union Street.

A pair of glasses was found at Second Ave. and Haines Highway and placed in safekeeping.

A caller reported their vehicle was rifled through on Mud Bay Road. The caller was referred to the Alaska State Troopers. Drugs were related.

A caller reported people skateboarding where prohibited.

Thursday, October 5

A handheld radio was found on Sunshine Mountain and placed in safekeeping.

A caller reported a subject frequently driving while intoxicated at 31 Mile Haines Highway.

A confidential investigation into a report of drug activity was initiated.

Friday, October 6

A caller reported several unwanted telephone calls.

A caller reported a parking violation on Front Street.

Saturday, October 7

A caller reported unwanted telephone calls from someone who was also prowling around residences at 31 Mile Haines Highway.

A caller on Sawmill Road reported a vehicle that had been abandoned or possibly had someone camping in it.

A caller on Second Ave. reported receiving harassing telephone calls.

Sunday, October 8

A caller reported an alarm was activated. Haines Highway business responsible was advised.

A caller reported a damaged sign at 1 Mile Haines Highway.

A caller reported someone possibly trying to gain entry to a residence on Lynnview Drive.

Monday, October 9

A caller reported a prowler on Lutak Road that was later determined to be wildlife.

An investigation into a broken vehicle window was initiated.

A caller reported someone driving a vehicle without a license at 0 Mile Haines Highway.

A welfare check was conducted on FAA Road. Drugs were related.

A caller requested assistance locating overdue travelers at 7 Mile Mud Bay Road.

There were three 911 hang-ups, seven medical, and six canine calls.