September 27, 2018
Tuesday, September 18
A Deishu Drive caller reported a bear in the area.
The Klehini Valley Fire Department and Alaska Division of Forestry responded to a wildland fire on Porcupine Road.
A caller reported a vehicle drove around a stopped school bus at 25 Mile Haines Highway.
Haines Police Department assisted another agency on Front Street.
A welfare check was requested on an overdue motorist.
Wednesday, September 19
Haines Police assisted another agency on the Chilkat Peninsula.
A 36-year-old female was cited for driving without a valid operating license on Fourth Avenue.
Haines Volunteer Fire Department assisted another agency on First Avenue.
Haines VFD responded to a carbon monoxide alarm on Deishu Drive.
A message was relayed to a ship’s agent on Beach Road.
A stolen cell phone was returned to the owner on Mud Bay Road.
A landlord reported an issue with a tenant at 27 Mile Haines Highway.
A Mud Bay Road caller reported trash on the side of the road.
Haines Police issued a trespass notice to a Mud Bay Road resident.
Thursday, September 20
A lost bicycle was located on Main Street.
Investigation continues into a report of violation of conditions of release.
A Deishu Drive caller reported money stolen from their residence.
A parking citation was issued on Third Avenue.
Haines Police received a 20-day protective order to serve on a 44-year-old female.
A Front Street caller reported a possible fuel spill.
A binder found in Tlingit Park was returned to the owner.
Haines Police received a 20-day protective order to serve on a 63-year-old female.
Friday, September 21
A Sawmill Road caller reported a water issue.
A caller reported a vehicle being towed on the Haines Highway.
Haines Police investigated an open vehicle door on Fort Seward Drive.
A fishing pole found at 4 Mile Haines Hwy was reported.
Haines VFD and Haines Police assisted in a search and rescue on Young Road.
Haines Police made contact with a citizen on Second Avenue.
Haines Police made contact with a citizen on Young Road.
Saturday, September 22
A caller on FAA Road reported a speeding motorcycle.
Two littering citations were issued to a 77-year-old male on Lutak Road.
A caller reported an animal carcass in the water at 26 Mile Haines Hwy that was determined to be a legally harvested brown bear.
A First Avenue caller reported a lost hunting knife and money.
A message was relayed to a Haines resident.
A Mosquito Lake Road caller reported abandoned vehicles on private property.
A message was relayed to the owner of a found license plate at Letnikof Cove.
A fire alarm was activated on Dalton Street.
Haines Police made contact with a citizen on First Avenue.
Sunday, September 23
A caller reported an individual urinating in public at 0 Mile Haines Hwy.
Monday, September 24
A caller reported a lost tackle box and fishing pole at Chilkoot Lake.
A trespass notice was served to a Fort Seward Drive resident.
A message was relayed to AP&T regarding a power issue.
A 43-year-old male was arrested for assault II and lodged at Haines jail.
There were two 911 hang-ups, six canine and 18 EMS calls, and five vehicle stops.