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Police Report

 

March 29, 2018



Tuesday, March 20

A caller requested ministerial assistance for a friend on Main Street.

Wednesday, March 21

A caller inquired about how to obtain a domestic violence protective order. The caller was referred to court.

A caller reported being harassed by a landlord on Second Avenue.

An investigation began into a report of an attempted burglary at 0 Mile Haines Highway.

A caller reported their vehicle is temporarily disabled on FAA Road.

Thursday, March 22

A caller at 2 Mile Haines Highway reported receiving a fraudulent telephone call attempting to obtain their credit card number.

A Union Street caller reported someone tried to obtain their services without paying.

A Dalton Street business requested a walkthrough by police.

Friday, March 23

A caller requested extra patrols of their residence on Deishu Drive.

A caller reported an open door at an unoccupied residence on Oslund Drive. Officers secured the residence.

A caller reported an intoxicated person on Main Street. Officers met with all parties.

A caller reported stolen tools, valued between $5,000 and $10,000, from Small Tracts Road.

A Dalton Street business requested a walkthrough by police.

Saturday, March 24

A 35-year-old man of Deishu Drive was taken into protective custody.

A Second Avenue business requested a walkthrough by police.

A Dalton Street business requested a walkthrough by police.

A Battle Road caller reported receiving fraudulent mail.

Sunday, March 25

Police conducted a welfare check on Second Avenue.

An officer made contact with a person requesting assistance on Main Street.

An officer made contact with people in a minor vehicle accident on Major Road. A citation was issued.

A caller reported someone laying in the snow on Mud Bay Road.

Monday, March 26

A welfare check was conducted via telephone on a resident on Porcupine Road.

A Second Avenue business requested a walkthrough by police.

A Dalton Street business requested a walkthrough by police.

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

 
 

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