April 6
Police received a call from a Juneau woman who advised her 77-year-old father was missing, and had apparently taken a ferry to Skagway. The woman advised that her father had never taken off unannounced before.  Dispatch was able to confirm that the man had entered Canada, and that he told the border official that he planned on staying in Whitehorse for a few days and then return to Juneau.

April 7
Police were able to open a vehicle in which the owner had become locked out of.
Police opened a second vehicle in which the keys had been locked inside. EMS transferred a patient from the clinic to the airport for a medevac.

April 9
Police advised public works of several large rocks in the roadway to the Gold Rush Cemetery.

April 10
Police were able to open a vehicle in which the owner had become locked out of.
Police coned off a large rock blocking a lane of the Klondike Highway.

April 11
Police responded to a complaint of a loud boom near Liarsville. Police spoke to workers in the area who said they had shot off fireworks to scare a returning bear.

April 12
Police were called to remove an intoxicated, trespassing individual upset over a business deal that had not turned out as he had hoped. Police were called back a second time after the man returned, however he was gone upon officer arrival.

April 13
EMS transferred a patient from the clinic to the airport for a medevac.

April 14
Police responded to the school for a loose dog that had been captured and tied up. The pet was picked up and returned to its owner.
Police are searching for the driver of a possibly dark colored vehicle that struck and knocked over a fire hydrant at the corner of 6th and Broadway Street, and then left the scene without reporting the accident. Although the accident occurred around lunch time, police have been unable to locate any witnesses to the event either.
EMS transported an ill-feeling patient from a State Street residence to the clinic.
Police contacted a man camping in the woods near the railroad tracks off 17th Avenue. He was given directions for the municipal campground in Dyea.

April 15
A man reported to police that he had dropped and lost $10,000 in town the day before.

April 17
Police gave a courtesy ride home from 2nd Avenue to a Dyea Road resident.

April 19
Police checked on a reported blocking snow slide on the Klondike Highway.a Dyea Road resident.
Police checked on an open door to an Alaska Street residence.– SPD