Tuesday, October 16

HVFD responded to an attended death on Union Street.

A Haines Highway caller reported receiving unwanted contact.

A caller reported a lost key in the Haines area.

Wednesday, October 17

Investigation continues into a report of stolen guns.

An officer made contact with a crying child on Main Street and returned the child to parents.

A citizen reported they believe someone is stalking them.

Thursday, October 18

A caller reported a custody dispute.

A caller reported concern for the welfare of a child in Haines.

A River Road caller reported loud music.

Investigation continues into forced entrance to a Mathias Avenue building.

A caller reported a bear in the area of Tlingit Park.

Friday, October 19

A caller reported a washout in the area of 23 Mile Haines Highway.

An officer made contact with a Haines Highway resident.

A wallet found on Main Street was placed in safekeeping.

A Haines area caller reported a lost set of keys.

A 28-year-old male was arrested for driving while intoxicated on Fort Seward Drive. The man was lodged at Haines Jail.

Saturday, October 20

Alaska State Troopers reported overdue miners. The miners were later located.

Investigation continues into the report of a theft of a boat motor valued at $2,700.

A report of a possible subject in distress at 2 Mile Lutak Road was determined to be unfounded.

Haines Police assisted a citizen with fingerprints.

A Young Road resident requested extra patrols.

Haines Police made contact with two vehicles at 1 Mile Haines Highway.

A caller reported a stolen bicycle. The bicycle was later returned to the owner.

Sunday, October 21

A Haines area caller reported a lost license plate.

A Mud Bay Road caller reported smoke in the area.

Monday, October 22

A pair of glasses and an earring were found on Main Street and placed in safe keeping.

A caller reported a civil issue regarding property access on Mosquito Lake Road.

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