June 7 

Police investigated a harassment complaint between two Dyea neighbors.

Police responded to a reported domestic dispute at a 7th Avenue residence.

June 8 

Police and EMS responded to an unconscious bicyclist who fell from his bike near MP 12 on the Klondike Hwy.

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

June 9      

Police responded to a complaint of a possible sexual assault aboard a cruise ship.

Police removed young people from Pullen Pond who were jumping into the pond on their bikes.

EMS transported a woman who fainted and hit her head from 5th Avenue to the clinic.

The owner of the Popcorn Emporium was cited for having a non-conforming sign.

The owner of Skagway Fine Jewelers was cited for having a non-conforming sign.

Police helped break into a business at which the owner had been locked out of.

June 10  

Police responded to a reported broken window at a downtown business.

Police assisted with an motor scooter accident injury on Dyea Road.

June 11  

Police contacted a trio of intoxicated individuals reportedly trying car doors on Main Street.

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

June 12 

Fire Department extinguished a smoldering patch of ground off the Lower Lake Trail.

June 13    

Rescue boat escorted a vessel which had reported to be in distress back to the harbor.

Police received a report of a theft from a vehicle parked near the railroad dock. Missing was an iPhone and two wallets that the owner had left in the unlocked car while touring, and were missing upon their return. Owner called back later to report he had accidently left the items in someone else’s similar vehicle.

June 14     

Police unlocked two vehicles in which the keys had been locked inside.

June 16    

Police attempted to unlock a vehicle in which the keys had been locked inside.

June 18   

Police investigated a noise complaint on Alaska Street.

June 19  

Police investigated a noise complaint on 2nd Avenue.

June 20  

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

A 19th Avenue resident complained that somebody mowed part of her yard.

June 21  

A bear was reported in the municipal campground and old town site in Dyea.

June 22    

Police spoke to a tour bus driver who backed over a speed limit sign on State Street and then left the area without reporting the accident. –SPD