September 21

A citation was issued for camping where prohibited.

A citation was issued for being parked facing traffic.

A hit and run was reported in the Fairway Market parking lot.

A visitor to town reported a lost cell phone.

September 22

A power issue set off a fire alarm at the Rec Center.

Multiple burglar alarms were reported at a local business. It was found out the alarms had been set off due to construction in the building.

EMS was paged out regarding a fallen woman at the railroad dock.

A citation was issued for being parked in a Smart Bus stop.

EMS was paged out regarding a collapsed individual in the business district.

Two citations were issued for being parked in a loading zone.

Two bicyclists were issued warnings for having no lights and for riding against traffic.

September 23

A report of a missing person was forwarded to SPD from Juneau. The person in question contacted the reporting party later in the day.

An officer responded to family argument. It was determined to be a civil matter.

September 24

Dispatch received multiple reports of gunshots or loud explosions. The noises were heard at SPD later that night. Violators were contacted and the disturbances ceased.

September 25

An officer issued a verbal warning for an unattended fire while searching for the source of the noise complaint earlier in the evening.

A pair of rollerblades was turned into SPD.

A hit and run was reported to have occurred the night before.

A verbal warning was issued for failure to come to a complete stop at a stop sign.

A citation was issued for having no valid operator’s license.

September 26

EMS was paged out regarding an auto-dialer emergency call received by Dispatch. It was determined to be a false alarm.

A lost purse was turned in and claimed at SPD.

September 27

John Hetz, 42, was arrested and charged with assault in the fourth degree, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, and drunken on licensed premise.

A report was made regarding a vehicle that reportedly ran over a pedestrian’s foot.

A lost purse was found and returned at the museum.

A lost wallet was turned in and collected by the owner.

The Fire Department was paged out for a fire alarm at a local business.

EMS was paged out for a scheduled medevac.

September 28

An officer assisted in gaining entry to a locked vehicle.

A report was made regarding overflowing garbage. This is important to keep in mind this time of year.

A citation was issued for being parked over thirty days.

A written warning was issued for improper display of license plate tabs.

A written warning was issued for expired tags.

An officer assisted in gaining entry to a locked vehicle.

September 29

Two written warning and two citations were issued for parking a commercial vehicle overnight on city streets.

A complaint was made about loose trash. Resident contacted

EMS was paged out for a scheduled medevac.

Officers responded to a welfare check and encountered gunfire. The man ultimately surrendered to the officers.

September 30

An officer assisted with a vehicle lockout.

October 1

Another complaint was made regarding loose garbage.

A burglary alarm was reported. The alarm was passed on to the building’s manager.

October 2

An explosion was reported near the rifle range.

The fire department was paged out regarding an automatic fire alarm.

October 3

An officer responded to a report of a man sleeping in the reporting party’s vehicle.

A report was made regarding a camera that was lost in July.

A citation was issued for a disabled vehicle parked with an expired tab.

A report was made regarding a potentially illegal camper. The information was passed on to the property’s owner.

An officer assisted with a vehicle lockout.

October 4

A driver’s license was reported lost.

A citation was issued for being parked within 30 feet of a stop sign.

Three citations were issued for a disabled vehicle with expired tags.

An officer responded to a call regarding a building alarm.

October 5

A report was made regarding a missing person. The reporting party stated she had not spoken with her father since June, and she stated that he had been a resident of Skagway in the past.

October 6

A wallet was reported missing. Later the owner reported it to have been found.

An officer assisted with two vehicle lockouts.

October 7

Eric Estep, 38, was charged with two counts of Assault 3 – Cause Fear of Injury with Weapon, and Misc/Weapons 4 – Possession while Intoxicated.

October 8

A caribou hide was turned in. It had been left at a local business.

October 9

A sleeping bag was reported stolen out of a camper.

October 10

The fire department responded to an EWS alarm. The alarm was found to be false.

A burglary alarm was reported for a local business. No sign of an alarm was found at the location.

A smoke alarm was reported to have been going off in an empty building. As there was no sign of smoke or fire the building’s owner was contacted. – Compiled by SPD