April 11th

An EWS “alarm” was received for a downtown business. The responsible party was notified.

Two dogs were reported to be running at large and were later reunited with their owner.

A complaint of a barking dog in a residential area was received. The property owner was advised of the complaint, who then stated the dog belonged to a visiting friend, the dog was taken home.

April 12th

A dog at large was reported, the owner was notified and later reported the dog was apprehended.

The same dog from above was reported to be at large, the owner was notified and later reported the dog was apprehended.

An EWS fire alarm was received. The responsible party called and reported it was a false alarm.

An officer investigated a possible Municipal Code Violation regarding burning without a permit. The owner was advised by the Fire Department that a burn permit was not needed. It was determined the fire ring did not meet the specification of the exception to needing a burn permit.

April 13th

A found AT&T ZTE cell phone was turned in.

Robert Edwin Beal, III, of Anchorage, was issued a citation for Driving While License Suspended.

Fire personnel responded to a fire alarm at the Rec Center. It was determined to be false.

April 14th

As part of National 911 Education Month, Dispatch gave a 911 presentation for senior citizens at the Senior Lunch.

April 15th

Dispatch contacted the responsible party for a downtown business regarding an intrusion alarm. The responsible party reported that it was accidentally set off by an employee.

DOT was advised of an avalanche that occurred about a mile north of the customs building on the Klondike Highway. It was reported the area was difficult to pass.

A dog at large was captured in a residential area. The owner was tracked down and reunited with the dog.

Police assisted a motorist in unlocking their vehicle.

A report of a grizzly bear sighting in Dyea was received.

April 18th

A report of trash in the back of a pick-up truck was received creating a smorgasbord for the birds. The owner was contacted and cleaned up the mess.

Fire personnel responded to an EWS sprinkler alarm for a downtown establishment. The alarm was determined to be false due to equipment failure.

A dog was reported to be at large. The owner later reported the dog was apprehended.

April 19th

Public Works reported a downtown fire hydrant was struck by a vehicle.

Joshua Michael Himmel, 29 of Palmer was arrested for Driving Under the Influence. The arrest followed a report made by customs agents stating that Himmel had fatally hit a dog while riding a motorcycle.

April 20th

A dog at large was apprehended at a residential location and was later picked up by its owner.

April 22nd

Fire personnel responded to an EWS fire alarm at a residential location. It was determined a valve was accidentally disconnected causing the alarm to go off.

A report of a lost iPhone was received.

April 23rd

A residential fuel leak was reported. The responsible party was advised and will check on the location.

A Dyea resident complained about a local tour company’s bad driving habits on the Dyea Road.

A found cell phone in a wallet type case was turned in. Dispatch was able to track down the owner who later retrieved his items.

A found black camera case with two memory cards was turned in. No identifiable information was on or in the case.

A dog at large was reunited with its owner.

April 24th

A dog at large was reported by the dog’s sitter. The responsible party later reported the dog was apprehended.

A found Canon camera lens was dropped off.

Dispatch assisted in testing an auto dialer.

Code Enforcement Officer responded to a Municipal Code Violation for failure to call in a burn. Burn permit restrictions were explained to the responsible party.

April 25th

A report of two dogs at large was received. The owner was notified and later reported the dogs were apprehended.

As part of National 911 Education Month, Dispatch gave a 911 presentation for the students at the school.

-SPD