Sunday, April 8
A caller reported unsupervised, small children at the skate park. A parent picked up the children, and police referred the incident to the Office of Children’s Services.
Firefighters responded to a campfire on Lutak Road reportedly out of control.
Saturday, April 7
A caller reported a rock broke a window at a Main Street business. The previous night, two callers to 911 reported a person broke a window at the Sheldon Museum. Police said the museum window likely was punched in and the two incidents may be related.
A caller reported two planes flew low over the highway at 33 Mile. Troopers forwarded information to the Federal Aviation Administration.
An officer issued a verbal warning for failure to stop at a stop sign.
Friday, April 6
An officer assisted troopers by responding to a caller at 10 Mile Lutak Road who reported hearing gunshots. The officer located a group of people who said they were shooting off bottle rockets and a BB gun.
Troopers were notified of a reported violation of a protective order.
A caller reported a resident drove drunk the previous day and week.
A caller from the Haines School reported a theft, and school officials handled discipline of a student. Police estimated the value of the item at $100.
Thursday, April 5
The recycling center reported a large amount of trash littered on their property.
A resident reported a person entered their upper Young Road home but nothing was missing.
A caller reported a transformer at the top of Young Road had blown and caught a pole on fire. The fire department was dispatched and Alaska Power and Telephone also responded.
Wednesday, April 4
An out-of-town caller requested assistance for a patient flying into Haines who needed a ride home.
A caller reported a vehicle damaged on Fourth Street during winter, possibly by a snowplow.
A caller requested extra patrols at an unoccupied, downtown business they own, saying they suspected an intruder.
Tuesday, April 3
A caller reported an erratic driver swerving on Young Road. An officer responded, and the truck was not located.
There were 11 medical calls and one call about dogs.