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Police Report

 

August 30, 2018



Tuesday, August 21

A citizen requested assistance in locating their child who is out of state.

Investigation continues into the death of a 59-year-old male on Sawmill Road.

An intrusion alarm was accidentally activated on Main Street.

A Beach Road caller reported a subject behaving erratically.

Officers made contact with a vehicle parked in an “Emergency Parking Only” space on Beach Road.

A caller reported someone yelling and screaming on Third Avenue.

A caller expressed public safety concern about a Haines Resident.

A welfare check was conducted on Second Avenue.

Haines Police received a 20-day protective order to serve on a male.

A caller reported a bear in a fenced yard on Allen Road.

A caller requested Haines PD respond for a potential fight on Main Street.

Wednesday, August 22

A Small Tracts Road caller reported a bear in the area.

A Caller reported a bear broke into a boat on Front Street.

Haines PD provided transport for two individuals.

A caller reported people getting dangerously close to the bears at Chilkoot Lake.

A welfare check was conducted at 7 Mile Haines Highway.

An officer made contact with the driver of a vehicle at 0 Mile Haines Highway.

Haines PD met with a citizen on Deishu Drive.

Haines PD assisted a resident with a tire change.

Thursday, August 23

EMS responded to an assist on First Avenue.

A Beach Road caller reported an attempted break in.

A Dalton City business requested a message relay to the owner of a vehicle.

A trespass notice was served to a Third Avenue resident.

An officer made contact with a vehicle parked in the wrong direction in a handicap zone.

An Ocean View Drive resident reported no running water in the area.

A Front Street business requested help validating an identification card.

Friday, August 24

A cell phone found at 4 Mile Haines Highway was placed in safekeeping.

A Sawmill Road caller reported that they were unable to locate a friend. The friend was later located.

A water/sewer alarm was activated on Piedad Road.

A Union Street caller reported a bear in the area.

A Front Street caller reported a bear damaged a boat.

A caller on FAA Road reported a bear had returned to the area.

Haines PD provided traffic control for a funeral procession.

Haines VFD responded to a Lutak Road residence for a well flush.

A caller reported a civil disagreement regarding the cost of repairs.

A citizen requested assistance in locating their child who is out of state.

A caller requested assistance with a locked vehicle.

A Fourth Avenue caller reported a speeding vehicle.

Investigation continues into a report of stolen prescription medication.

An officer made contact with an unoccupied vehicle on Major Road.

A caller reported being assaulted by a 45-year-old female.

Saturday, August 25

Haines PD received a report of a bear in the area of Deishu Drive.

A visitor reported a vehicle accident with minor damages and no injuries in the Chilkoot Corridor.

A caller reported a possible trespassing vehicle on Young Road.

A caller reported suspicious people in the area of Tlingit Park.

An officer made contact with the driver of a vehicle blocking traffic on Third Avenue.

Sunday, August 26

Haines PD responded to remove someone who was asked to leave a Front Street property.

Haines PD received a report of a lost cell phone in the Haines area.

A motion detector alarm was activated on Chilkat Lake Road.

A citizen reported being harassed.

A message was relayed to the harbormaster regarding a skiff adrift.

Two Canadian driver’s licenses were placed in safekeeping.

A 79-year-old female was arrested for driving intoxicated and transported to the Haines Jail.

Monday, August 27

A caller reported bears in the area of Portage Cove Campground.

A 20-day protective order was served on a 41-year-old male.

Haines PD made contact with an unoccupied vehicle at the fairgrounds.

Haines PD provided a courtesy transport at 2 Mile Lutak Road.

There were seven 911, four canine and 22 EMS calls and 37 vehicle stops.

 
 

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