July 6

Police opened a vehicle in which the keys had been locked inside.

Police assisted starting a vehicle the owner could not get to start.

Police were told that a man appeared to be masturbating while standing behind a window of a State Street residence.

A motorist practicing for his driving test reportedly struck a parked vehicle on State Street. Both vehicles suffered minor damage.

July 7

Police and NPS checked on an intruder alarm at a 5th Avenue building.

EMS transported an injured visitor from a Klondike Hwy rock climbing site to the clinic.

Police helped reunited a couple of separated Broadway Street visitors.

July 8

Police gave verbal warnings about drinking from open containers in the historic district.

July 9

EMS transported a patient from the Pacific Princess to the airport for a medevac.

Police and Fire responded and extinguished a small vehicle fire on Congress Way.

Police responded and diffused a disturbance involving a very loud intoxicated man at 9th and Broadway Street.

July 10

Police and EMS responded to a reported man who fell off a scooter at 2nd and Broadway Street.

Fifteen crew members from the Norwegian Sun were warned about consumption of alcohol at Pullen Park. Prohibited beverages were disposed of.

Police gave a courtesy ride home to an intoxicated individual found sleeping on a 5th Avenue lawn. Same intoxicated individual was given a second ride home later same day.

EMS transported a patient with a possible leg injury from 4th Avenue to the clinic.

Fire responded to a false fire alarm at a Broadway Street business.

July 11

Police opened a vehicle in which the keys had been locked inside.

Mark E. Warner, 27, Skagway was arrested for an assault reportedly committed on the dance floor of the Bonanza, and for kicking over and stomping on a motorcycle parked across the street.

Medications and $120 in cash were reported stolen from an RV residence. Suspects smashed a window to gain entry.

July 12

Police were unable to locate a brown bear and cub reportedly reluctant to leave the raft pull-out area on the Tayia River.

EMS transferred a patient from the Coral Princess to the airport for a medevac.

Police were unable to locate a motorcycle reportedly being ridden by people taking turns speeding and causing a ruckus on Liarsville Road.

July 13

Police opened a vehicle in which the keys had been locked inside.

Police helped reunited separated spouses visiting Broadway Street.

Police received a report that a visitor was served alcoholic drinks at a Broadway Street jewelry store while shopping for merchandise.

EMS transferred a patient from the Jewel of the Seas to the airport for a medevac.

Police received a request for help at a Broadway Street bar with an intoxicated individual who refused to pay his bill. Police gave the man a ride to an ATM, where funds were secured and the tab paid.

Owen E. Williams, 42, Whitehorse was arrested for DUI after police observed the vehicle he was driving failing to stay in the proper lane of travel on the Klondike Hwy. Williams was the individual contacted earlier in the evening by an officer for failing to pay his bar bill.

July 15

Police received a report of possible construction and home remodel debris dumped in the brush off Dyea Road near the cell phone tower.

Police opened a vehicle in which the keys had been locked inside.

EMS transferred a patient from the Norwegian Pearl to the airport for a medevac.

July 16

EMS transferred a patient from the Zaandam to the airport for a medevac.

Police checked on a report of an apparent bear hide in a garbage bag dumped off 4th Avenue.

Police helped reunited separated spouses visiting Broadway Street.

July 17

Police delivered an emergency message to a visiting couple on the Dyea Flats.

Police received a complaint from a visitor that a Broadway Street jewelry store had sold misrepresented pieces of jewelry, and that the shop owner was now refusing to answer the door.

July 18

Police told a musician he could not solicit donations for his guitar playing along Broadway Street.

Police opened a vehicle in which the keys had been locked inside.

July 19

Police opened a residence in which the keys had been locked inside.

Corey J. Abell, 23, was cited for driving an unlicensed, uninsured dirt bike upon a public roadway.

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