May 3, 2018
Tuesday, April 24
A caller on Mathias Road requested assistance for a domestic situation.
A caller reported an intoxicated driver on Young Road.
Wednesday, April 25
A caller reported receiving harassing phone calls from Los Angeles, California.
Thursday, April 26
A report of a rock slide on Lutak road was relayed to the state Department of Transportation.
A welfare check was conducted on a resident of Main Street.
A caller reported litter along the roadway near the intersection of Mud Bay Road and Small Tracts Road.
A caller reported a lost Sanyo cell phone.
An officer made contact with a suspicious person.
Friday, April 27
A caller reported trespassing and illegal dumping on their property at 5 Mile Lutak Road.
A water/sewer alarm was activated on Fair Drive.
A caller reported someone yelling on Lutak Road.
A caller reported a beaver that appeared to be in distress at the small boat harbor. Fish and Wildlife was advised.
A message was relayed to a vehicle owner to move their vehicle on Third Avenue.
An officer made contact with a suspicious person near 1 Mile Haines Highway.
Officers conducted a follow-up visit to Lutak Road.
A 32-year-old female was cited for driving near 1 Mile Haines Highway while her license was revoked.
A fuel tank found near 1 Mile Haines Highway was turned in to police.
Saturday, April 28
Police relayed a message to a resident of Second Avenue.
Police secured an unsecured residence on Young Road.
A caller reported loud music on Sawmill Road.
Sunday, April 29
An officer made contact with a vehicle parked on private property on Lutak Road. The driver was advised to leave the area.
A caller reported a civil dispute regarding an estate on Ocean View Drive.
A caller reported a person looking into vehicles on Union Street.
Monday, April 30
A long-term protective order was served on a resident of Main Street.
A caller reported a suspicious vehicle parked on River Road.
A caller reported a lost debit card on Mission Street.
A caller reported a custody dispute on Allen Road.
There were three 911 calls, five canine calls, 10 EMS calls and 22 vehicle stops.