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Police Report

 

September 6, 2018



Tuesday, August 28

A Haines Area caller reported a lost brown leather wallet.

Haines PD investigated a report of a protective order violation.

A caller reported a speeding vehicle on Oslund Drive.

A Third Avenue caller reported a lost gem stone.

A caller reported hazardous driving and suspicious behavior on Beach Road.

A caller reported a (rock) slide at 19 Mile Haines Highway.

A Second Avenue caller reported a bear in the area.

A caller on View Street reported a bear in the area.

Wednesday, August 29

Haines Police received a report of someone rifling through vehicles at 0 Mile Haines Hwy.

A caller on Allen Road reported a bear in the area.

A caller reported an unsecured vehicle on the side of the road at 7 Mile Haines Hwy.

A caller reported someone rifling through vehicles on Third Avenue.

A caller reported a vehicle parked on the corner of Third Avenue.

A 35-year-old male was taken into protective custody.

A caller reported a speeding vehicle on Fourth Avenue.

Haines Police made contact with a citizen on Front Street.

A Mathias Avenue caller reported a verbal altercation.

Thursday, August 30

A water/sewer alarm was activated on Piedad Road.

A Fair Drive business reported a vehicle parked in a private parking lot without permission.

A caller reported a lost back pack on Fair Drive.

A caller reported a driver who was possibly intoxicated and was exhibiting suspicious behavior on Willard Street.

Haines Police assisted with a funeral procession on Lutak Road.

A caller reported a vehicle swerving on the road at 4 Mile Haines Hwy.

A Main Street business reported an individual who may cause a disturbance.

Investigation continues into a trespass on Deishu Drive.

A caller reported a minor vehicle accident in Klukwan.

An intrusion alarm was activated on Main Street.

Friday, August 31

A caller reported a speeding vehicle on Third Avenue.

A water/sewer alarm was activated multiple times on Piedad Road.

A caller reported a vehicle with expired registration.

A welfare check was conducted on a Haines Area resident.

A caller reported extra patrols of a business at 0 Mile Haines Hwy.

A caller reported a disturbance in Klukwan.

A Front Street business reported receiving harassing telephone calls.

An Otter Avenue caller reported receiving harassing text messages.

Saturday, September 1

A Young Road caller reported someone had tampered with their vehicle.

A caller reported a bear had destroyed a bear-proof trash can on FAA Road.

A caller reported a disabled bus at 15 Mile Haines Highway.

A water/sewer alarm was activated on Piedad Road.

A caller reported a reckless driver on the Haines Highway.

A caller reported a minor vehicle accident on Main Street. There were no injuries and drivers exchanged insurance information.

Sunday, September 2

A caller reported people trespassing on Young Road.

A caller reported a vehicle in the ditch on Small Tracts Road.

A caller reported an injured eagle on the Lily Lake trail.

A visitor reported a verbal altercation on Fort Seward Drive.

A caller reported a vehicle swerving on the Haines Highway.

Monday, September 3

A Deishu Drive caller reported a trespasser.

A Caller reported a single vehicle accident at 13 Mile Haines Hwy. Vehicle was determined to be disabled.

A Mathias Avenue caller reported an audible alarm.

A Fourth Avenue caller reported noxious fumes in the area.

There were six 911, two canine, and 11 EMS calls and 32 vehicle stops.

 
 

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