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Police Report

 

June 28, 2018 | View PDF



Tuesday, June 19

A caller reported animal remains near Mount Riley Road.

An officer made contact with the owner of a vehicle parked in the wrong direction at Fort Seward.

Haines Volunteer Fire Department responded to a report of a smoldering log on a Chilkat River beach.

Police responded to a possible conditions of release violation on Fair Drive.

A citizen reported frequent vehicle traffic on Main Street.

Police attempted to relay a message on Jones Point Road.

A caller reported their vehicle was disabled on Mud Bay Road. The vehicle was later moved.

Police contacted owners of vehicles blocking the road at Second Avenue and Mud Bay Road.

A report of a deceased eagle at 20 Mile Haines Highway was relayed to the Alaska State Troopers.

A water/sewer alarm was activated on Piedad Road.

Wednesday, June 20

A caller reported nonpermitted vehicles parked at the cruise ship dock on Beach Road.

Police served a trespass notice on Willard Street.

A police officer was flagged down by a pedestrian on Front Street.

A caller reported wildlife had gotten into unsecured trash on Deishu Drive.

A caller reported a possible unlicensed driver.

An officer made contact with a vehicle parked in a handicap space on Main Street.

A caller reported observing a person yelling at juveniles on Second Avenue.

Thursday, June 21

A caller reported a noise coming from a neighbor on Mosquito Lake Road.

Police assisted the state troopers on Small Tracts Road.

A caller reported someone using a vehicle without the owner’s permission on Second Avenue.

Police assisted a disabled vehicle at 3 Mile Haines Highway.

A citizen reported a civil issue regarding damages to a vehicle on Second Avenue.

A caller reported a speeding vehicle on Lutak Road.

A caller reported a vehicle on its side in the flood area on Porcupine Road.

A caller reported a person walking and playing loud music on Mud Bay Road.

Friday, June 22

Police and fire department responded to a vehicle in the river at 14 Mile Haines Highway. An investigation continues into the incident.

A Second Avenue caller reported being harassed.

Police received a counterfeit bill from Main Street.

An Allen Road caller reported being harassed.

A caller reported unsatisfactory repairs done on property in Whitehorse.

Saturday, June 23

A caller reported loose horses at 3 Mile Haines Highway.

A caller reported finding a hypodermic needle near 1 Mile Haines Highway.

A caller reported broken glass in the road at Mud Bay Road and Small Tracts Road.

A caller reported a friend being harassed on Second Avenue. The caller was referred to court to obtain a protective order.

A caller reported their vehicle being towed out of the river at 27 Mile Haines Highway.

A 36-year-old woman was taken into protective custody.

Sunday, June 24

A caller reported an assault on Main Street.

A caller reported a bear that would not leave the area at 18 Mile Haines Highway.

Lynn Canal Counseling Services assisted police.

A caller requested assistance unlocking a door at Port Chilkoot dock.

A caller requested permission to park a vehicle for several days at the Small Boat Harbor.

Police relayed a message to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police regarding a possible warrant.

A caller requested a welfare check on Lynn View Drive.

Police conducted a welfare check.

Monday, June 25

The fire department responded to a report of a noxious smell from a controlled burn on Deishu Drive.

Police responded to a report of a suspicious device at 1 Mile Lutak Road.

Police responded to a report of a domestic dispute at Main Street and Third Avenue.

There were seven 911 calls, five canine calls, 10 EMS calls and eight vehicle stops.

 
 

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