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Police Report


Monday, April 28

A caller sought a welfare check on a person who had gone for a walk on Second Avenue and didn’t return. Police found the person in a bar.

Police initiated a case involving theft of prescription medication from a Deishu Drive residence.

A caller asked what they could do about property someone had borrowed and not returned. Police referred the caller to the court.

A person reported a vehicle driving erratically near 3 Mile Haines Highway. An officer responded but couldn’t locate the vehicle.

A caller asked an officer to respond to her residence to listen to a suspicious voice message left on her answering machine. Police determined it was likely a cell phone pocket dial.

Sunday, April 27

A traveler asked dispatch for help finding a place to stay for the night.

Police initiated a case for criminal mischief after a person reported a toilet paper dispenser had been ripped off the men’s bathroom at the Visitor Center.

Police told the owner of a vehicle to move it, as it was blocking a fire lane at the clinic.

A caller reported a manhole cover missing on Third Avenue. An officer responded but found no missing manhole covers.

An officer performed a welfare check on a Small Tracts Road resident and confirmed the person wasn’t home.

A traffic stop resulted in a citation for speeding.

Saturday, April 26

A caller asked police to perform a welfare check on a person living at 27 Mile Haines Highway. Troopers were advised.

Friday, April 25

The magistrate brought police a protective order to be served on a Haines woman.

A caller reported her dog was bitten by a coyote near 3 Mile Haines Highway. The owner took the dog to the vet.

Police arrested a Haines man on an outstanding warrant for a domestic violence protective order violation. The man was held on $2,500 bail.

A caller reported a domestic dispute on FAA Road. Police responded and found it was just an argument between a resident and a relative.

Police removed rocks from the road at 5 Mile Lutak Road.

Thursday, April 24

A caller reported a large boulder on 2 Mile Lutak Road. State road crews were advised.

A Cathedral View subdivision resident reported a reckless driver in the area spinning wheels and revving the engine. Police searched the area but couldn’t locate the vehicle.

A caller reported someone had caused damage to her property on Small Tracts Road. Police investigated and determined it was a civil matter.

A person reported when she returned home, her carbon monoxide detector was beeping. She was advised to replace the batteries, at which time the noise stopped. She was told to call back if it sounded again.

Police issued a 72-hour impound notice to a car parked more than a week near 4 Mile Haines Highway.

Police issued a 72-hour impound notice to a car parked on FAA Road for a few weeks.

A caller reported breaking up a fight outside of a Main Street bar. Police responded and interviewed the participants and witnesses. Officers were unable to gather probable cause for an arrest.

Wednesday, April 23

A caller asked the harbormaster be contacted to unlock the harbor crane. A message was relayed.

Tuesday, April 22

Police removed rocks from Lutak Road near the ferry terminal

Dispatch received eight medical calls and three canine calls.


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