March 6th

EMS personnel assisted with a scheduled medevac.

Dispatch assisted another agency with verifying records.

March 7th

EMS personnel responded to a medical emergency.

EMS personnel assisted with a scheduled medevac.

March 8th

Dispatch assisted an out of state agency with a welfare check.

An officer responded to stranded motorists on the Dyea Road.

March 9th

Fire Department personnel responded to an automated fire alarm. It was found to be a false alarm.

March 10th

Fire Department personnel responded to an automated fire alarm. It was found to be a false alarm.

March 12th

Dispatch sent out public notifications regarding the Klondike Highway closure.

Fire Department personnel responded to an automated fire alarm. It was found to be a false alarm.

March 14th

Dispatch received multiple reports of what seemed to be a potential wildfire on the hillside. Dispatch made contact with the individual responsible for the fire and confirmed that it was a controlled burn.

A debit card was reported both lost and found by its owner.

March 15th

Dispatch assisted a local resident with contacting a mechanic regarding a vehicle lockout.

March 17th

Fire Department personnel responded to an automated fire alarm. It was determined to have been caused by faulty equipment.

A loose dog was brought to SPD and later returned to its owner.

March 18th

An officer responded to reports of a rockslide. A minor slide occurred near Gold Rush Cemetery.

Officers were advised of a report of alleged destruction of property.

Dispatch was contacted by an AB trail hiker. The hiker reported hearing gunfire near him. The hiker was advised of the location of the rifle range and the likelihood of that being the cause of the noise.

March 19th

A lost driver’s license was reported.

-SPD