May 9th

Dispatch received an accidental 911 call. It was determined there was no emergency.

A motorist reported his truck ran out of gas on the Dyea Road.

A lost wallet was reunited with its owner.

A second report of a lost wallet was received.

A concerned citizen reported being followed by a drone when she left her work at a downtown location. The reporting party expressed concern for the legality of drone flying in the downtown historic district.

May 10th

A report was received of an unauthorized tent at one of the campgrounds.

A set of keys was turned in to Dispatch that were found near the Lumber Yard. The set contains two post office keys, several house keys and an ignition key.

Fire personnel responded to a fire alarm at a downtown location. It was determined the alarm was false.

A found green backpack was turned in to Dispatch and later reunited with its owner.

A complaint was received regarding improper driving of scooters on the Dyea Road. The complainant stated the scooters were driving about 10 mile per hour and not allowing other traffic to pass, creating a hazard on the roadway. Concern was expressed regarding inexperienced drivers not wearing helmets.

May 11th

Police assisted a motorist in unlocking their vehicle.

Police responded to a noise complaint at company housing on the Klondike Highway.

Police assisted a motorist in unlocking their vehicle.

May 12th

EMS personnel assisted with a scheduled medevac

A complaint of off-premise canvassing against Miner’s Gems and Green Leaf Jewelers was received and forwarded to the Community Service Officer.

Police assisted a motorist with jump starting her vehicle.

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

Dispatch received a 911 call from an auto dialer. It was determined there was no emergency.

Fire personnel responded to a fire alarm at a downtown location. The alarm was determined to be false.

May 13th

EMS personnel responded to a medical emergency.

A complaint of a male riding his skateboard on the Klondike Highway was received.

Dispatch received a pocket dial 911 call. After multiple attempts to reach the caller, it was determined there was no emergency.

May 14th

EMS personnel assisted with a scheduled medevac.

A dog was reported to be running at large by its owner.

A found wallet was turned in to Dispatch.

May 15th

Dispatch assisted in coordinating a response for a possible bomb that was found during excavation at a downtown location. It was determined it was a model A battery.

Police responded to a burglary alarm at a downtown location. After speaking with management it was determined the alarm was accidentally set off by another employee who was working on the door mechanism.

Police assisted in removing a patron from a downtown establishment.

A report was received of people climbing the rockface alongside the Railroad Dock.

May 16th

DOT reported vegetation control would be conducted along the Dyea Road near 3 Mile over the next few weeks.

A complaint was received that Rainbow Glacier Adventures was conducting tours at West Creek, which is a prohibited area for tours.

A found Oregon license was turned in and reunited with its owner.

SAR responded to a vessel in distress. The disabled vessel was towed back to the Small Boat Harbor.

Public Works assisted in retrieving a cell phone from the boardwalk.

A complaint of dogs at large near the Skagway River dike was received.

May 17th

EMS responded to a medical emergency.

A report of a dog at large was received. It was reunited with its owner.

EMS assisted with a scheduled medevac.

Police assisted in locating an elderly woman who was separated from her party.

EMS assisted with a public assist call.

Fire personnel responded to a report of a trash can fire at a downtown location.

May 18th

Police responded to a report of an intoxicated individual who broke a window at a downtown location.

A report of a lost cat was received.

Fire personnel responded to a fire alarm at a downtown location. The alarm was determined to be false.

Fire personnel responded to a report of a fire under a train display near City Hall.

EMS responded to a medical emergency.

Police assisted a motorist in unlocking her vehicle.

A report of a dog at large was received from its owner.

A camper was advised he could not camp on municipal streets and was given directions to where it is legal for him to camp.

May 19th

Matthew Lee Russel, 35, of Skagway was arrested for Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol.

May 20th

EMS personnel responded to a medical emergency.

Police responded to a report of an intoxicated male outside of a downtown establishment. The individual’s employer was contacted to provide him a ride home.

Police responded to a complaint of three dogs at large. The owners were from out of town and advised of the leash law.

A complaint was received of tour buses feeding bears on the Klondike Highway. The complaint was forwarded to the RCMP and the conservation office in Canada.

May 21st

A complaint was received regarding buses driving down Eighth Avenue which is against Municipal Code. The offending bus companies were contacted and reminded of the code.

Dispatch dealt with multiple EWS alarms due to the power outage.

Fire personnel responded to a fire alarm at a downtown location. The alarm was determined to have been false.

A report of a dog at large was received from its owner. The dog and owner were later reunited.

May 22nd

Dispatch dealt with multiple error alarms for the automated fire alarm system.

A lost wallet was turned into SPD. The owner was contacted via Facebook.

EMS personnel responded to a medical emergency.

EMS personnel assisted with a scheduled medevac.

An officer assisted a local business with an employee alcohol screening.

A local resident reported a lost wallet.

An officer assisted with a vehicle lockout.

A local resident reported a loose, vicious dog near their residence. The dog’s suspected owner was contacted. The dog’s suspected owner was reminded that all dogs must be registered yearly.

A traffic complaint was received regarding a vehicle parked at the overlook on road to Dyea.

A lost credit card was turned in to SPD.

A lost cell phone was reported by a day traveler.

Dispatch assisted a local resident with contacting the On-Duty Provider.

– SPD