Monday, Sept. 14

A caller reported a person driving without a license. Officers were advised.

A Deishu Drive resident reported a person trespassing on her property. Police responded but couldn’t locate the complainant. The name provided for the trespasser was unknown to people living in the area.

Sunday, Sept. 13

A caller reported a bear harassing his dog and trying to get into his trash. Troopers, police, and Fish and Game personnel were advised.

A caller asked about guns that had been stolen from his home in town two years ago.

A woman reported she witnessed a cruise ship or ferry run aground at Indian Dock. Troopers and the harbormaster were notified. Troopers determined no ship ran aground.

A caller reported items he accidentally left at Chilkoot Lake were not there when he returned for them.

Saturday, Sept. 12

A caller reported his driver’s side window was broken overnight while it was parked at a downtown bar. Police were advised.

A person reported a bike stolen from a Union Street property. Police are investigating.

A person turned in a ring found on Willard Street.

Friday, Sept. 11

The Coast Guard asked for help spotting and identifying a reported white light drifting in Lutak Inlet. Police responded and found the light, which was not moving. It was unidentifiable due to darkness and the weather. A harbor employee stood by and watched for further developments. Police checked the area the following day but found nothing.

A person reported a vehicle accident on private property on Mathias Avenue. The drivers were given the appropriate forms.

Police issued a citation for a vehicle parked on Main Street in front of a fire hydrant.

Thursday, Sept. 10

A caller reported someone witnessed a vehicle back into the caller’s car parked on Main Street. The person provided a license plate number. Police located both drivers and helped them resolve the issue.

Police served a civil packet on a Haines resident.

A tour boat company asked the harbormaster be contacted because their Skagway boat was disabled in Mud Bay and stuck in bad weather. The harbormaster, Coast Guard and troopers were advised. The person called back to report another vessel was transporting passengers and helping with mechanical repairs.

Wednesday, Sept. 9

A hit-and-run occurred on Main Street. An unidentified witness reported the identity of the driver. Police are investigating.

A caller reported someone stole his scooter from an apartment complex on Haines Highway. Police are investigating.

Tuesday, Sept. 8

Multiple callers reported a man yelling at vehicles near Third Avenue and at the Small Boat Harbor. The man was allegedly threatening to throw his cell phone at vehicles. Police responded and detained the man on a Title 47 (non-criminal) hold. He was later transported to a Juneau hospital.

A caller reported a boat parked in his slip at the harbor. The harbormaster was advised.