Tuesday, October 30
A Haines Highway caller reported a bear in the area.
Haines Volunteer Fire Dept. responded to a service call in the Haines area.
A caller reported something floating in the water at Taiyasanka Harbor.
A caller reported an intoxicated individual attempting to gain access to a residence in Klukwan.
Wednesday, October 31
Haines Police assisted another agency.
Haines Dispatch received a report of icy road conditions on the Haines Highway.
A driver reported a vehicle accident at 26 Mile Haines Hwy.
Haines Police made contact with a disabled vehicle on First Avenue and Mission Street.
A Mud Bay Road caller reported an inappropriate online advertisement.
A citizen participated in the officer ride-along program.
A Union Street caller reported someone outside their residence.
Haines Police made contact with a citizen on Main Street.
Haines Police made contact with two citizens on Second Avenue.
A View Street caller reported a trick-or-treater was carrying a weapon.
Thursday, November 1
HVFD responded to a structure re at 4 Mile Haines Hwy.
A FAA Road caller reported nearly being struck by a vehicle.
A caller reported a tree had fallen across Beach Road.
HVFD responded to a report of noxious smoke in the area of Spruce Grove Road.
Friday, November 2
A tree was reported hanging over the roadway on Beach Road.
A caller reported a vehicle parked over the one hour limit on Main Street.
HVFD responded to a service call on Third Avenue.
An officer assisted public works on Mt. Riley Road.
A leatherman tool and prescription bifocals were found on Chilkat State Park Road and turned in to the Haines Police Dept.
A Lutak Road caller reported juveniles on the beach hunting.
Saturday, November 3
A Chilkat State Park Road caller reported someone in their house during the night.
A caller reported icy road conditions on FAA Road.
A caller reported a vehicle in the ditch at Small Tracts and Tower Road.
A Young Road caller reported icy road conditions.
A caller reported a vehicle in the ditch at 22 Mile Haines Hwy.
A caller reported a vehicle accident at 26 Mile Haines Hwy.
A set of keys found on Main Street was turned in to HBPD.
A fire alarm was activated on Second Avenue.
Sunday, November 4
A caller reported losing a set of keys in the Haines area.
A Second Avenue caller reported a person disturbing customers.
A caller reported a male who appeared to need assistance on Third Avenue.
A caller reported a male in need of assistance on Second Avenue.
Monday, November 5
A caller reported a vehicle in the ditch on Mud Bay Road.
A caller reported a vehicle had been parked for several hours in a Dalton Street parking lot.
A caller requested assistance for some cats on Chilkat Lake Road.
A large rock was reported in the roadway at 4 Mile Haines Hwy.
There were five 911 hang-ups, three canine, five EMS calls and 15 vehicle stops.