Tuesday, May 8
A caller requested extra patrols on Mud Bay Road due to speeding vehicles.
Haines Volunteer Fire Department responded to a report of an out-of-control brush fire near 1 Mile Haines Highway.
Keys found on Third Avenue were turned in to police.
Wednesday, May 9
Police assisted a business on Dalton Street.
Police began a confidential investigation into a sexual assault.
A caller reported being harassed by a pedestrian on Mud Bay Road.
Thursday, May 10
A caller reported a vehicle speeding through the school zone on Haines Highway.
The police and fire department responded to a request for a welfare check on Mosquito Lake Road.
The fire department responded to a report of a room full of smoke on Second Avenue.
A Front Street caller reported receiving a harassing telephone call.
A caller reported a bear on Hooter Lane.
A caller reported a disabled vehicle off the roadway at Third Avenue and Main Street.
A caller reported a possible abandoned vehicle on Sixth Avenue.
Friday, May 11
A welfare check was conducted in the Chilkoot subdivision.
Saturday, May 12
The Alaska Department of Transportation advised that vehicles at the airport needed to be moved for construction.
The fire department responded to a diesel spill on Main Street.
A caller reported injured eagles at 9.2 Mile Lutak Road.
A caller reported a vehicle driving on the dock on Beach Road.
A caller reported an RV parked in the yellow zone on Main Street.
A welfare check was conducted on FAA Road.
Sunday, May 13
A caller reported a loud noise coming from a business on Main Street.
A caller reported a hit and run to their vehicle on Main Street.
A caller reported someone burning plastic in the townsite.
Monday, May 14
A caller requested a welfare check.
A business on Dalton Street reported damages valued at $10,000 to a sign caused by a hit and run.
Police received a report of a lost cell phone.
A caller in Skagway reported receiving unwanted telephone calls.
A caller reported an injured cat on Sawmill Road.
The fire department assisted a person on Chilkoot Court with their smoke detector.
There were two 911 calls, four canine calls, five EMS calls and 17 vehicle stops.