Tuesday, January 22

A water/sewer alarm was activated on Piedad Road.

Wednesday, January 23

A welfare check was requested on a Vermier Street resident.

The water/sewer department was contacted regarding the smell of sewage by a First Avenue resident.

A First Avenue caller reported hearing a plow truck scraping the ground.

Thursday, January 24

A caller reported plow trucks creating a traffic hazard on Third Avenue.

A caller requested sand in the area of Allen Road and Main Street.

A caller reported observing a felon in possession of a firearm in the Haines area.

A cell phone found in Tlingit Park was returned to the owner.

Friday, January 25

A Main Street business reported being in possession of an antique mortar shell.

Haines Police assisted a business with a trespassing citizen.

Haines Police received a report of a vehicle accident with injuries on Lutak Road.

A 31 Mile Haines Highway caller requested police contact an individual.

A Haines area caller reported a suspected sex offender.

Saturday, January 26

A caller reported hearing gun shots at 25 Mile Haines Highway.

Haines Police assisted a citizen with scheduled court dates.

A caller reported a disabled vehicle on Fourth Avenue.

Investigation continues into a report of an assault on Deishu Drive.

Sunday, January 27

A caller reported large boulders in the road at 5 Mile Lutak Road.

A caller reported concern for a tenant of a friend at 31 Mile Haines Highway.

Monday, January 28

A Major Road caller reported seeing a sow and cub in the area.

Haines Police assisted another agency.

A caller reported an illegally parked vehicle on Main Street.

A citizen reported receiving a fraudulent check.

A citizen reported vandalism to a 6.5 Mile Haines Highway construction project causing approximately $20,000 in damage.

A Second Avenue caller reported lost keys.

A citizen reported an open door.

There were six 911 hang-ups, five canine and five EMS calls, and one vehicle stop.