Tuesday, November 13
A Fourth Avenue caller requested extra patrols of their residence.
Wednesday, November 14
A Haines area caller reported receiving a fraudulent telephone call.
A Major Road caller reported a piano had been illegally dumped on private property.
A water/sewer alarm was activated on Piedad Road.
A citizen reported receiving a suspicious telephone call.
Haines Fire Dept. responded to a chimney re at 6 Mile Haines Highway.
Found luggage was returned to the owner.
A lost bicycle was found on Mud Bay Road.
Haines Police received a report of a rollover vehicle accident at 21 Mile Haines Highway. The vehicle was unoccupied when police arrived.
Thursday, November 15
A citizen reported a lost cell phone in the Haines area.
A business requested traffic control at 25 Mile Haines Highway.
Friday, November 16
A caller reported gravel dumped on the Haines Highway at 24 Mile. DOT was advised.
A caller reported speeding vehicles on Mud Bay Road.
A welfare check was requested on a Mud Bay Road resident.
A caller reported a parked vehicle impeding snow removal. Vehicle owner was advised.
A Fourth Avenue caller reported an intrusion alarm was activated early in the morning.
Saturday, November 17
A vehicle parked in the roadway on Mud Bay Road was towed.
A Second Avenue caller reported a theft of video games.
A caller reported smelling fuel in the area of 4 Mile Lutak Road.
Sunday, November 18
A key found at Battery Point was placed in safe keeping.
A Sawmill Road caller reported an audible alarm in the area.
Monday, November 19
HARK was contacted regarding an animal issue.
A caller reported a bear in the area of New Hart Road.
A citizen reported a parenting issue.
There were four 911 hang-ups, two canine and two EMS calls, and 10 vehicle stops.