May 31st

Dispatch received a report from a local business regarding a possible issue with a former employee. An officer was informed of the potential issue and performed a security check of the business’s grounds.

Dispatch passed on contact information for the local bird rescue group to a local business owner.

EMS assisted with a scheduled medevac.

A lost passport was reported to SPD.

A lost wallet was reported to SPD by a local resident.

A found messenger bag was turned in to SPD.

June 1st

A found wallet was turned in to SPD. The wallet was later turned over to CLAA.

A found cell phone was turned in to SPD.

EMS responded to an emergency call.

An officer responded to a complaint of a loud barking dog. The owners were contacted and advised that all dogs must be registered with SPD.

June 2nd

An officer assisted with removing a single bullet which was found in a backpack of a cruise ship passenger.

An officer assisted with a vehicle lockout.

A parking complaint in a residential area was received.

A complaint was received of someone driving below the posted regulatory speed limit on the Dyea Road.

An iPhone 5 with a purple case was turned in by the National Park Service.

An officer and SAR responded to a report of whistling and possible calling for help on the Yakutania Point trail. After finding no signs of anyone in distress, responders determined the whistling was bird mating calls and the yelling came from kayakers in the bay.

A complaint of a dog at large was received.

Dispatch assisted in contacting the On Duty Provider.

A cruise ship passenger reported his cell phone was lost while he was in port a few days ago.

June 3rd

An officer provided two courtesy rides for multiple individuals walking home from downtown establishments.

A report of a found camera at a downtown business was received.

June 4th

A lost wallet was reported to SPD.

A lost pair of glasses was turned in to SPD.

A report of apparently struggling kayakers was received. Fire Department and Harbor personnel were advised before notification was received that the kayakers were out of the wind and making headway.

A report was received regarding a dog bite at Seven Pastures. The reporting party noted that the dog was not on a leash and had charged at multiple people repeatedly.

June 5th

An officer responded to a hit and run near State Street and 16th. Canadian Border Services Agency was contacted with a description of the possible suspect vehicle.

A bicycle theft was reported to SPD.

An officer responded to a domestic dispute.

A report was received regarding possible thieves that may have been casing out yards in the area of 12th and Alaska Street.

A lost set of keys were reported to SPD.

A lost credit card was turned in to SPD.

A report was received regarding a rollerblading youth carrying a large knife.

A lost wallet was reported to SPD.

A possibly illegal campfire was reported on the hillside south of Lower Lake.

June 6th

A lost backpack and passports were reported to SPD.

A lost cell phone was turned in to SPD. The phone was later picked up by its owner.

EMS personnel responded to an emergency medical situation.

Another lost passport was reported to SPD.

Dispatch received a report of a lost child. The child was later reunited with her mother.

A lost walkie-talkie was reported to SPD.

A lost cell phone was reported to SPD. The cell phone was later reported to have been found.

Dispatch received a report of odorous, overflowing garbage at a local business.

A lost jacket with other belongings was reported to SPD.

EMS personnel assisted with a scheduled medevac.

A complaint was received regarding a vehicle parked illegally outside of a local business.

An officer assisted a local resident with a courtesy ride.

June 7th

An officer conducted a security check of a local business.

A lost camera was reported to SPD.

EMS personnel assisted with a scheduled medevac.

An officer responded to a report of a screaming, intoxicated male.

A report was received of a vehicle harassing a moose on the Klondike Highway. The report was passed on to the RCMP.

An officer assisted with a vehicle lockout.

June 8th

An officer responded to a report of suspicious males that may have been attempting to break into a vehicle at Third and Spring Street. The officer was unable to locate the suspected individuals.

EMS personnel assisted with a scheduled medevac.

Two loose dogs were reported to be loose around town. The owner was contacted and later apprehended the dogs.

Multiple lost belongings were turned in to SPD. The owner’s son was contacted and advised that SPD was in possession.

A local resident reported a couple of potentially suspicious visitors to town.

June 9th

A lost set of keys were reported to SPD.

A lost wallet and sunglasses were reported to SPD.

A lost cell phone was reported to SPD.

A CA driver’s license was reported found by a local business.

Fire Department personnel responded to a fuel fire at the White Pass maintenance shop.

A hit and run was reported to SPD.

Possible theft of services was reported to SPD.

Dispatch received a report of gunshots at Seven Pastures. The shots were later found to have been from an intervention in a dog fight.

A noise complaint was received from a local resident.

An officer performed a security check of a local business.

June 10th

An officer assisted a local resident with a courtesy ride.

Dispatch assisted US Customs and Border Patrol with a warrant check for an individual attempting entry through Customs.

An officer assisted with a vehicle lockout.

Fire Department personnel responded to an automated fire alarm.

An officer assisted a couple of local residents with a courtesy ride.

June 11th

Fire Department personnel responded to an automated fire alarm.

EMS personnel responded to a medical emergency.

SPD contacted multiple bicycle owners regarding their found property.

An officer assisted a local resident with a courtesy ride.

EMS personnel responded to a medical emergency.

An officer assisted a stranded motorist with a courtesy ride.

A report of indecent exposure near Lower Dewey Lake was received.

Officers assisted with multiple vehicle lockouts.

June 12th

A missing dog was reported to SPD.

A theft was reported at a local business. The business later reported that the item thought be have been stolen was found.

EMS personnel assisted with a scheduled medevac.

A suspicious individual was reported to SPD. An officer made contact with the individual and issued a no trespassing notice.

An officer responded to a noise complaint.

June 13th

EMS personnel responded to a medical emergency.

Lost items from a local resident’s wallet were reported to SPD.

Multiple lost driver’s licenses were reported to SPD.

EMS personnel responded to a medical emergency.

A lost debit card was reported to SPD.

EMS personnel assisted with a scheduled medevac.

A suspicious person was reported to be loitering near a local business.

June 14th

An officer spoke with a local resident regarding a domestic dispute.

An officer responded to a cruise ship to retrieve seized marijuana.

A lost cell phone was turned in to SPD and was later claimed by the owner.

EMS personnel assisted with a scheduled medevac.

A lost cell phone was reported to SPD.

A lost wallet was turned in to SPD; the owner was contacted.

A lost cell phone was turned in to SPD.

Fire Department personnel responded to an automated fire alarm at a local business.

June 15th

An officer and EMS personnel responded to a medical emergency outside of a local business.

Fire Department personnel responded to an automated fire alarm.

Officers advised individuals that they were camping in a no camping area.

Officers responded to a report of drug paraphernalia found in a public park. The paraphernalia was collected by the officers.

A local business reported lost merchandise.

A lost wallet was turned in and later returned to its owner.

EMS personnel assisted with a scheduled medevac.

A local business reported to have been struck by a bus.

An officer assisted with a civil standby.

A lost bike was reported to SPD.

A lost wallet was reported to SPD.

Fire Department personnel responded to an automated fire alarm.

June 16th

Fire Department personnel responded to an automated alarm.

An officer responded to a vehicle lockout.

EMS personnel responded to a medical emergency.

A lost wallet was turned in and claimed by its owner.

EMS personnel responded to a medical emergency.

June 17th

Fire Department personnel responded to a locomotive fire.

A missing person was reported to SPD. The reporting party later reported the individual to have been found.

A lost credit card was reported.

A man was reported to be standing on a roof of a local building. The reporting party felt that it was unsafe for him to be there at that time of night.

A report was received regarding a man being chased away from the solstice party. The individual being chased later allegedly tossed a bike at a van.

Flashing lights were reported to have been seen on AB Mountain.

June 18th

An officer assisted local residents with courtesy rides.

An officer found a driver’s license. The owner was contacted.

A lost driver’s license was reported to SPD.

-SPD