Tuesday, December 11

A Main Street caller reported a civil issue.

A caller reported a possibly intoxicated driver at 14 Mile Haines Highway.

Wednesday, December 12

An intrusion alarm was activated at 0 Mile Haines Highway.

Haines Volunteer Fire Dept. responded for a service call on First Avenue.

HVFD responded to a Young Road residence to test CO2.

A found pair of glasses was placed in safekeeping.

A caller reported a reckless driver in the parking lot of a Haines Highway business.

A Second Avenue caller reported an abandoned cat.

Thursday, December 13

HVFD responded to a 7.5 Mile Haines Highway residence to test CO2.

Friday, December 14

A water/sewer alarm was activated on Skyline Drive.

A caller reported receiving a fraudulent telephone call.

A caller reported a vehicle parked in excess of allowed time on Main Street.

A Young Road caller reported a suspicious person in the area.

Saturday, December 15

A panic alarm was accidentally activated by a First Avenue resident.

Investigation continues into an unattended death.

A Second Avenue caller reported someone screaming.

A caller reported metal in the roadway at 1.5 Mile Lutak Road.

Sunday, December 16

A caller reported a snow machine speeding in the area of Fourth Avenue.

A caller reported slick road conditions in the area of Tower and FAA Roads.

Haines Police located an unoccupied vehicle in the ditch near Third Avenue and Mud Bay Road.

Haines Police responded to a report of a domestic assault.

Monday, December 17

A caller reported a vehicle in the ditch at 27 Mile Haines Highway.

A caller reported unwanted contact with an individual.

A Mosquito Lake Road caller reported a deep rut in the road.

A welfare check was requested on a Haines area resident.

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