Police Report

 

April 12, 2018



Tuesday, April 3

A caller reported an injured moose at Carrs Cove.

A caller reported receiving a fraudulent telephone call from someone claiming to be from Publishers Clearing House.

A caller reported observing someone run into the woods on Fourth Avenue.

A water/sewer alarm was activated on Fair Drive.

Police assisted another agency.

Wednesday, April 4

A caller requested police conduct a welfare check on a resident of Mosquito Lake Road.

Police received a report of a lost toolbox along Haines Highway.

A caller reported a lost silver wedding band.

A caller reported a possible trespasser at 26 Mile Haines Highway.

Thursday, April 5

Police received a confidential report of drug activity on Main Street.

A caller reported a suspicious person had returned to Young Road.

A water/sewer alarm was activated at the water treatment plant.

Friday, April 6

A caller reported a deceased moose near Mud Bay Road. The information was relayed to Fish and Wildlife.

A caller reported a frozen sewer line on Spruce Grove Road.

A Union Street caller reported issues regarding child visitation.

Saturday, April 7

Police conducted a welfare check on Union Street.

A caller reported another vehicle nearly struck theirs at 1 Mile Haines Highway.

Police assisted Haines Volunteer Fire Department on Third Avenue.

Police served a 72-hour domestic violence protective order on a 31-year-old man at Eagle’s Nest Motel.

A caller reported a person driving a vehicle on Haines Highway without the proper endorsement.

Police provided a funeral escort on First Avenue.

Sunday, April 8

A caller reported loud music on Fourth Avenue.

Police received a confidential report of drug activity.

A message was relayed to AP&T regarding a down power line on Second Avenue.

A Union Street caller reported receiving multiple fraudulent text messages.

Monday, April 9

A citizen reported a theft of DMV records from their vehicle on Mosquito Lake Road.

A caller reported a vehicle parked in excess of the two-hour parking limit on Main Street.

Police served 20-day protective order on a 57-year-old man near 1 Mile Haines Highway.

Police served 20-day protective order on a 31-year-old man near 1 Mile Haines Highway.

HVFD responded to a report of smoke between 2 and 8 Mile Haines Highway.

There were 10 traffic stops, four 911 hang-ups, seven medical and five canine calls.


 
 

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