August 7

An officer responded to a woman reporting her dog had been taken from her husband’s vehicle and violently thrown to the ground. Charges are pending.

A courtesy ride was provided to an intoxicated bar patron.

A woman reported locking her keys inside her camper. Help was acquired for later in the day, but the woman found a spare set of keys.

A man reported his wife missing on Broadway. They were reunited shortly after the call.

SAR was dispatched to assist a stranded hiker near Lower Reid Falls.

 

August 8

Fire Department responded to a report of smoke coming from a hillside home. Upon arrival it was determined to be coming from a fish smoker.

A complaint for a speeding tour bus was received. Dispatch spoke with management who will address their drivers.

A report of a rock slide near the incinerator was received.

Police responded to a report of fireworks.

 

August 9

EMS assisted with a scheduled medevac.

A woman and her lost purse were reunited.

A report of a stolen bicycle was received.

Several reports of an injured river otter were received. The appropriate authorities were notified and are monitoring the otter.

A couple of French visitors were advised they could not camp on city streets.

 

August 10

Police assisted a motorist in unlocking her vehicle.

A report of a stolen bicycle was received.

EMS assisted with a scheduled medevac.

Dale Bruno, 60, was cited for driving in violation of a restricted license after receiving a report of a traffic accident on the Dyea Road.

 

August 12

Adrian Calen, 39, Emilia Calen, 33, Charlotte Williams, 33, and Soeb Khan, 28 were cited for graffiti done at Yakutania Point.                         Additionally, clean up fees were r  reimbursed to the Municipality.

Police responded to a report of a disgruntled ex-employee at a local business.

A man reported a black bear in a tree near the Icy Lake trail.

Police responded to a report of a belligerent bar patron at a local establishment.

 

August 13

A man reported an unconscious male in a residential yard. Police assisted the man to his home.

EMS was dispatched for a medical emergency.

A dog at large was brought to SPD for safe keeping until the owner could be located. Dog and owner were reunited.

Police unlocked a vehicle in which the keys were locked inside.

Taylor Alexander, 22 was arrested for Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol.

 

August 14

Fire personnel responded to a Fire Alarm at a downtown establishment. The alarm was set off by a fog machine.

A report was received for a disabled boat trailer near 13 mile Klondike Highway. The owner is awaiting parts.

 

August 15

A man reported one of the cruise ships pulled a lifeless body into a life raft. Upon further investigation it became apparent that the crew was doing a drill.

A report of a stolen bicycle was received.

A local man reported his wallet lost.

 

August 16

A woman reported hearing a single gunshot.

A young boy was temporarily separated from his parents at the Library.

A woman reported being physically assaulted and continuously harassed by her employer.

A man complained of a group of scooters blocking a downtown intersection.

Juan Belbeder, 38, of Omni Jewelers, was cited for Off Premise Canvassing.

A report of smoke from a hillside home was determined to be coming from an outdoor woodstove.

A woman reported an overdue group of people expected to be in Whitehorse. She was advised to contact both border agencies and that no reports of traffic accidents have been received.

 

August 17

A woman reported her small leashed dog was attacked by a dog at large at a downtown residential location. Minor injuries were sustained. The owner of the offending dog was contacted and reminded of local leash laws.

A man dropped off a found Michigan driver license.

A woman turned in a found camera. Camera was later reunited with the owner.

A found credit card was turned in.

 

August 18

A man reported losing a brown Gore-Tex jacket.

A man reported losing his Samsung cell phone.

A man reported littering at a residential location in the form of religious flyers.

Police responded to a parking complaint at 4th and State. A citation was issued for parked too close to the intersection.

A man reported a dog kennel truck cleaned out the kennels on his private property and leaving dog feces behind.

EMS assisted with a scheduled medevac.

Joshua Gold, 29, was arrested for Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, he was additionally charged with Refusal to Submit to a breath test.

 

August 19

A found credit card was turned in.

Police unlocked a vehicle in which the keys were locked inside.

A woman reported losing her house and post office box key.

A civil matter concerning a landlord/tenant issue was referred to the Magistrate’s office.

Fire personnel responded to an EWS fire alarm.

A bar patron was asked to leave a local establishment.

 

August 20

A parking citation was issued to a local tour company for a commercial vehicle parked overnight on Municipal streets.

A complaint was received regarding tour bus drivers exhibiting aggressive driving behavior. The company was called and asked to speak with their drivers.

A report of lost keys was received.

EMS responded to an emergency call for a possible stroke victim. – Compiled by SPD

A parking citation was issued for being parked within 15 feet of a fire hydrant.

Police responded to a report of a disturbance in a residential area. The situation was between family members and each party went on their separate way.

 

August 21

Stacey Lockey, 44, was arrested for Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol.

A report of a stolen vehicle was received. It was later determined it was mistakenly taken by a different company who own a similar vehicle.

Citations were issued for a passenger riding without a helmet and expired registration.

EMS assisted with a scheduled medevac.

A report of a lost wallet was received.

A report of a misplaced pay check was received.

Police responded to a report of an individual possibly on drugs near the Yakutania Point Trail system.

Multiple EWS alarms were received due to the power outage.

Police responded to a burglary alarm at the bank. It was determined it was set off during the power outage.

 

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