July 4th

A vehicle was reported to have dangerously cut off the train crossing Congress Way.

A found cell phone was reported to SPD.

An officer assisted a local resident with a courtesy ride.

July 5th

Dispatch assisted a local individual with locating their missing friend.

A report was received regarding an individual allegedly shooting at loose dogs with a bb-gun.

Found cash was turned in to SPD.

An officer assisted a local resident with a vehicle lockout.

A report was received regarding a possible panhandler on Broadway.

An officer responded to a report of a vehicle parked illegally in an alleyway.

EMS personnel assisted with multiple patient transfers.

A dog was reported missing by its owner.

July 6th

An officer assisted multiple tourists with a courtesy ride.

A set of lost keys were turned in to SPD.

Officers responded to a report of lost children. The children were reunited with their grandparents.

A report was received of dogs left in a hot vehicle.

Dispatch assisted White Pass and Temsco with a locomotive fire near Glacier Station.

EMS personnel assisted with a scheduled medevac.

A local building owner was contacted regarding issues with the building’s automated fire alarm system.

An officer responded to a report of a stuck and abandoned vehicle on the Dyea Flats.

An officer responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle.

July 7th

Dispatch contacted the local bird rescue group regarding reports of injured birds.

An officer spoke with two children selling toys on the Broadway boardwalk. The boys were advised that they would need a permit to make sales in that area.

EMS and Search and Rescue personnel responded to a medical emergency on the Dyea Road.

EMS and Search and Rescue personnel responded to a fallen hiker on the Lower Lake trail.

An officer responded to a home regarding multiple noise complaints.

July 8th

Dispatch received multiple calls regarding the noise complaints the previous evening. The concerns were passed on to an officer.

A lost set of keys were reported to SPD.

A lost purse was turned in to SPD. It was later claimed.

Dispatch assisted a caller with contacting the On-Duty Provider.

Two ignition keys were reported stolen from vehicles parked in front of a local business.

An infant car seat was turned in to SPD. It was later claimed.

July 9th

An individual reported they had been receiving threats via text message. An officer was advised of the situation.

A lost credit card was reported.

A lost wallet was reported to SPD.

EMS personnel assisted with a scheduled medevac.

July 10th

Two loose dogs were reported to SPD. One was impounded and later reunited with its owner.

Fire Department personnel responded to an automated fire alarm.

July 11th

EMS personnel coordinated with Temsco to respond to a medical emergency.

An officer responded to a report of a vehicle blocking a SMART Bus stop.

EMS personnel responded to a medical emergency north of the Fraser border crossing.

Multiple reports were received of a high-centered vehicle on the Dyea Road.

A lost ID and credit cards were reported to SPD.

Multiple reports were received regarding a commercial vehicle that had struck a parked vehicle.

A report of a suspicious text message was received.

EMS personnel assisted with a scheduled medevac.

July 12th

A lost computer tablet was reported missing, and it was later returned to its owner.

A report of an injured bird was received. Dispatch assisted the caller and NPS with attempting to contact the local bird rescue group.

A report was received regarding an individual using a portable stove on what may be a public sidewalk. An officer was advised of the report.

Dispatch was advised of an automated alarm at a local business. The business was contacted and reported it to have been a false alarm.

An officer spoke with a young peddler on the Broadway boardwalk. The individual was unaware that it was not allowed for sales to be made on the boardwalk.

A report was received regarding vehicles parked in a SMART Bus zone.

A report was received regarding a loose, aggressive dog. The dog’s owner later reported he had the dog in his custody.

A report was received regarding a hit and run. The reporting party later stated that the person who damaged their vehicle had made themselves known.

A lost credit card was reported.

Dispatch and an officer assisted a local resident with a welfare check.

July 13th

Dispatch was advised of an automated alarm at a local business. The business was contacted and reported it to have been a false alarm.

Fire Department personnel responded to a fire near Congress Way.

An officer assisted with a missing person report. The individual was later reported to have been found.

An officer responded to a report of an overflowing Dumpster at a local business.

A lost credit card was turned in to SPD.

July 14th

A citation was issued for overflowing garbage at a local residence.

A lost wallet was reported to SPD.

Dispatch contacted the local bird rescue group regarding a baby bird found outside of a local business.

A report was received regarding a business that may not be operating with all necessary licensing.

An officer assisted with a vehicle lockout.

An officer responded to a report of an unattended fire at a local work site.

July 15th

An officer assisted with a vehicle lockout.

A lost wallet was reported to SPD.

A lost credit card was reported to SPD.

An officer responded to a report of harassing phone calls.

Public Works personnel assisted with retrieving a phone dropped under the boardwalk.

An officer responded to a report of illegal campers.

An officer assisted with a vehicle lockout.

July 16th

An officer assisted multiple residents with courtesy rides.

The responsible party for an automated fire alarm was contacted.

A lost set of keys was reported to SPD.

A found credit card was reported to SPD.

July 17th

A complaint was received against a business alleging fraudulent and deceptive business practices.

A report of an intoxicated driver was received.

A lost cell phone was reported to SPD.

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

July 18th

An officer responded to a missing person report. The missing individual was found beyond US Customs where they encountered vehicle troubles.

A loose dog was reported on the Dyea Road.

An officer responded to a report of a disabled vehicle.

An officer responded to a drone flying near the docks.

A local resident reported their vehicle to have been vandalized. The vehicle was reportedly parked outside of a local restaurant at the time of the incident.

July 19th

A dog’s collar was turned in to SPD. The dog’s owner was contacted.

EMS personnel assisted with a scheduled medevac.

A report was received purporting animal abuse by a local business.

A lost driver’s license was reported to SPD.

EMS personnel responded to a medical emergency in the business district.

An officer assisted with a vehicle lockout.

Dispatch passed on the number for the On-Duty Provider to a local resident.

-SPD