Tuesday, Feb. 20

A 44-year-old man was arrested at 26.5 Mile Haines Highway for theft and taken to Haines jail.

A caller reported someone rifled through their vehicle on Bear Trail Lane and stole a checkbook.

Wednesday, Feb. 21

A caller reported someone driving without a valid driver’s license on Mosquito Lake Road.

A caller reported a vehicle spinning around in a parking lot and speeding on Fifth Avenue.

A Sawmill Road business reported a theft of services.

A caller reported an issue with their landlord near 1 Mile Haines Highway. The caller was referred to court.

A caller reported an ex-landlord has been harassing them on Main Street.

A caller reported someone operating a vehicle at 32 Mile Haines Highway with their driver’s license revoked.

A caller reported hearing a gun shot on Fourth Avenue.

A caller reported a possibly intoxicated driver on Union Street. Officers were advised but did not make contact with the person.

A caller reported loud music coming from a Fourth Avenue residence. Police relayed the message to the homeowner.

Thursday, Feb. 22

A caller reported lost keys on Mission Street.

A caller reported a commercial vehicle driving outside the truck route on Front Street.

A First Avenue business reported an accidental alarm was activated.

A caller reported an unlicensed driver operating a vehicle on Third Avenue.

Friday, Feb. 23

Police received a 20-day stalking order to be served on a person near 1 Mile Haines Highway.

An officer made contact with a suspicious person in a vehicle on Sawmill Road.

Saturday, Feb. 24

A caller reported an intoxicated person in the road. The person left the area.

A caller reported a vehicle parked on the shoulder of Small Tracts Road.

A caller reported a commercial vehicle stuck on Young Road, causing a traffic hazard.

Police began a confidential investigation into drug activity.

Sunday, Feb. 25

An intrusion alarm was activated near 0 Mile Haines Highway.

Police relayed a message to the state Department of Transportation to sand the airport.

A caller reported a vehicle driving in an unsafe manner on Main Street.

A caller reported receiving a harassing telephone call.

An officer met with a citizen regarding a civil issue.

Monday, Feb. 26

Police reported a power outage.

An electricity failure alarm was reported at the water treatment plant. The water/sewer department was advised.

There were two traffic stops, four 911 hang-ups, nine medical and two canine calls.