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Police Report

 

January 10, 2019



Tuesday, December 25

A caller reported a moose on the side of the road at 14 Mile Haines Highway.

Haines Fire and Haines Police responded to a vehicle accident with injuries on Front Street.

A Second Avenue caller reported a welfare check.

Wednesday, December 26\

A First Avenue caller reported a moose in the area.

A Haines area caller reported a vehicle blocking traffic.

Thursday, December 27

A Lutak Road caller reported a damaged street sign.

A Third Avenue caller reported two snow machines on the road.

A Haines area caller requested sand on the roads.

Haines Police received a confidential report of drug activity.

Friday, December 28

Haines Fire Dept. responded to a structure fire on Front Street.

A Mud Bay Road caller reported people walking around on their property.

Haines Fire Dept. responded to a fire alarm on Dalton Street.

Haines Police assisted another agency at 27 Mile Haines Highway.

Saturday, December 29

A Lynnview Drive caller reported a dog barking in the area.

A Fourth Avenue business reported a service outage.

A caller reported a vehicle operating without headlights.

A Haines Highway caller reported a moose in the area.

A 23 year old male was arrested for driving while intoxicated at the fairgrounds and was lodged at Haines Rural Jail.

A caller reported an unoccupied vehicle partially in the roadway on Piedad Road.

Sunday, December 30

A welfare check was requested by a Small Tracts Road caller.

A caller reported a vehicle parked in front of a fire hydrant on Matrix Road.

A found wallet was placed in safekeeping.

Monday, December 31

A Blacksmith Street caller reported a civil issue.

Haines Police received a report of a single vehicle accident with no injuries at 30 Mile Haines Highway.

Tuesday, January 1

A caller reported a structure fire at 9 Mile Lutak Road.

A person reported lost keys.

A ring-in alarm reported alert conditions at the 1 Mile Haines Highway pump station.

Wednesday, January 2

A caller reported hitting a moose with their vehicle at 12 Mile Haines Highway; the moose was not injured.

An officer assisted a motorist with vehicle troubles on Mud Bay Road.

A Deishu Drive caller reported a coyote in the area.

Thursday, January 3

A First Avenue caller reported an intoxicated person on their porch.

A Blacksmith Street caller reported hearing a loud argument between a man and a woman in the area.

A caller reported a vehicle that had been abandoned on Main Street.

A caller reported an injured eagle at 20 Mile Haines Highway.

An officer completed a welfare standby on First Avenue.

A caller reported unwanted communication with a second party.

A First Avenue caller reported a male yelling in the area.

A Young Road caller reported someone came into their house.

Friday, January 4

A caller reported a fully engulfed structure fire on Sawmill Road.

A Haines area caller reported losing a pair of bifocals.

Haines Police received a protective order.

An officer followed up with Lutak Road citizens about a previous incident.

A Young Road caller reported an upset male in the area.

A caller reported a vehicle driving in the middle of the road on Second Avenue.

An officer completed a welfare standby on First Avenue.

A Lynn View Drive caller reported a subject shined a laser light in their eyes.

A caller reported a door that was not secured.

Saturday, January 5

A Young Road caller reported a male in the roadway yelling.

An officer served a trespass notice.

An officer assisted a motorist with a frozen lock.

A Mosquito Lake Road caller reported someone had entered their home without permission.

Monday, January 7

Officers completed a welfare check at the request of a caller.

A Mud Bay Road caller reported two loud gunshots.

An officer completed a welfare standby on First Avenue.

A case was initiated by an officer.

A Young Road caller reported a vehicle parked without permission on their property.

There were eleven 911 hang-up, five canine and eight EMS calls, and nine vehicle stops.

 
 

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