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Police Report


July 27, 2017 | View PDF

Tuesday, July 18

A citizen reported speeding vehicles near 10 Mile Lutak Road.

A caller reported a lost wedding ring.

A caller reported a lost set of keys on Small Tracts Road.

Wednesday, July 19

A caller reported a misdirected tourist on Beach Road. Drugs were involved.

A caller reported a bear on Deishu Drive.

A minor vehicle accident was reported on Fort Seward Drive. Both parties exchanged insurance information.

A caller reported trash strewn on First Avenue.

Thursday, July 20

A citizen reported a bear near their front door on Small Tracts Road that was not startled by attempts to scare it away.

A caller reported a bear near Cemetary Hill.

A 69-year-old man was taken into custody on a protective hold.

A caller reported a parking violation on Main Street.

A caller reported a bear damaged their shed on Cemetary Hill.

Friday, July 21

A caller reported unusual activity at a residence they were housesitting on Young Road.

An investigation continues into a hit and run of a Delta Western vehicle on Main Street.

A caller reported construction noises early in the morning at the Small Boat Harbor.

A caller reported multiple unfamiliar people on private property at 4 Mile Lutak Road.

A caller requested documentation of contact with a disorderly person on First Avenue.

A caller reported someone moved a vehicle at 33.5 Mile Haines Highway without the vehicle owner’s permission.

Facilities was contacted to unlock a public building on Second Avenue.

Saturday, July 22

A caller reported juveniles out past curfew at Chilkoot Loop.

A caller reported loud construction equipment on Highland Drive.

A caller reported being harassed by a neighbor in Big Salmon subdivision. The caller was referred to court to obtain a protective order.

A caller reported a trespasser on their property at 26 Mile Haines Highway.

A trespass notice was served on a resident at the request of a Second Avenue business owner.

A pump alarm was activated at 1 Mile Haines Highway. The water and sewer department was advised.

A caller reported a bear on Small Tracts Road.

A caller reported vehicle alarms being activated on Deishu Drive. The alarms had been silenced when the officer arrived.

Sunday, July 23

A caller reported residents of Deishu Drive were being loud. Alcohol was involved.

A caller reported someone burning plastic on Fourth Avenue.

A caller reported signage was posted on Main Street that violated borough code.

A caller reported receiving fraudulent telephone calls on Sawmill Road.

A caller reported tourists obstructing traffic to view a bear on Lutak Road.

A caller reported an unwanted guest at their residence on Dalton Street who refused to leave.

Monday, July 24

A caller reported a bear getting into a trash can on First Avenue.

A citizen reported an abandoned vehicle at 16 Mile Haines Highway.

A 20-day stalking order was received for service on a 40-year-old woman.

A citizen reported a lost wallet.

A caller reported an unsecured premise at the cruise ship dock. Responsible parties were advised.

A caller reported a bear on Mud Bay Road.

There were four traffic stops, seven 911 hang-ups, seven medical calls and three canine calls.


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