April 24th
A report of a dog at large was received. Dog and owner were later reunited.
Fire personnel responded to an EWS fire alarm at a downtown location.

April 25th
A report of a stop sign being struck at Seventh Avenue and State Street was received. Public Works was notified.
Dispatch received a report of a possible phone scam.

April 26th
An officer turned off the lights that were left on to a vehicle that was parked behind the Public Safety Facility.
Dispatch received a report of a lost AT&T flip phone.
Dispatch received a pocket 911 call. Upon callback, it was determined there was no emergency.
Fire personnel responded to an EWS fire alarm at a downtown location. It was determined to be false.
A report of a black bear sighting was received. The black bear was spotted near the Gold Rush Cemetery.

April 27th
Fire personnel responded to an EWS fire alarm at a municipal building.
Dispatch received multiple EWS alarms due to the power outage.
A report of a lost wallet was received.
Police responded to a minor traffic accident.
Police responded to a complaint of trash being put out too early at a residential location.

April 28th
Dispatch received a report of a deceased sea lion washed ashore. A message was left with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Dispatch assisted a citizen in contacting the owners of a local sleeping establishment since the patron had locked herself out of her room.
Fire personnel responded to an EWS fire alarm at a downtown location.

April 30th
Dispatch received a report that a Canadian vehicle was vandalized over the weekend.
Police assisted an individual in gaining entry to a vehicle in which the keys had been locked inside.
Dispatch dealt with multiple EWS alarms due to the power outage.
A report of a dog at large was received.
Fire personnel responded to a carbon monoxide alarm at a residential location.
Fire personnel responded to a fire alarm at a downtown location.

May 1st
Police responded to a parking complaint.

May 2nd
Fire personnel responded to an EWS fire alarm at a downtown location.
A report of a lost wallet was received.
A found credit card was reported.
A lost Michigan drivers license was reported.
Fire personnel responded to an EWS fire alarm at a downtown location.

May 3rd
Police responded to a complaint of an individual causing a disturbance at the Ferry Terminal.
Police responded to a report of a traffic accident.
Dispatch contacted the local bird group after receiving a report of an injured trumpeter swan.
A found wallet was turned in. Owner and wallet were reunited.

May 4th
Police responded to a parking complaint.

May 5th
A found debit card was turned in. Card and owner were reunited.
Public Works reported trail maintenance to be done on the Lower Lake trail over the weekend.
A report of a dog at large was received.
Police assisted with the sealing of a bear.

May 6th
A complaint of blasting rock and fist-sized rocks flying was received. It was determined to be Public Works blasting on the Lower Lake trail.
Dispatch assisted a local tour company with educating its staff on what questions to expect during a 911 call.
Dispatch assisted an individual in contacting the On-Duty Provider.
SERV-U assisted a stranded vessel return to the small boat harbor.

May 7th
Police responded to a complaint of erratic driving in a residential location.
-SPD