Tuesday, September 25

A message was relayed to DOT regarding school zone lights.

A 20-day protective order was served on a 43-year-old male in Haines.

A Haines area caller reported a hit and run to their vehicle somewhere in Alaska.

Wednesday, September 26

A Deishu Drive caller reported someone trespassing in a vehicle.

A 26 Mile Haines Highway resident reported receiving a fraudulent telephone call.

An officer made contact with a resident on Main Street.

Thursday, September 27

A Letnikof Drive caller reported a drone in the area.

A confidential investigation was initiated.

A citizen reported that their property at Chilkat Lake Road had been tampered with.

Haines Police assisted a citizen with retrieving personal property on Main Street.

The ministerial association was contacted to assist a citizen on Union Street.

A Front Street business requested assistance in removing someone from their property.

Friday, September 28

A Cathedral View caller reported seeing a flare. Alaska State Troopers were advised.

A Main Street caller reported a lost purse.

Haines Police assisted borough facilities on Piedad Road.

A caller reported a disabled vehicle on Main Street.

A Haines Hwy caller reported a verbal altercation.

Saturday, September 29

A Front Street caller reported being threatened.

An alarm was accidentally activated on Front Street.

Sunday, September 30

A caller reported a pedestrian partially in the roadway on Small Tracts Road.

A caller reported a swerving vehicle at 6.5 Mile Mud Bay Road.

A Mud Bay Road caller reported a possible distressed parasailer. It was determined to be a kite.

Monday, October 1

Haines Police assisted a First Avenue business with a standby.

The owner of an abandoned vehicle at 4 Mile Haines Hwy was contacted and advised to move it.

A citizen reported finding a cat at 10 Mile Lutak Road.

Drug paraphernalia found on Main Street was collected for destruction.

A citizen was removed from a Main Street building.

There were four 911 hang-ups, nine canine and six EMS calls, and five vehicle stops.