April 9th

A report of a misplaced pair of white air pods was received.

April 10th

Fire personnel responded to an automated sprinkler alarm at a Broadway St business.

Fire personnel responded to an automated fire alarm at a Broadway St business.

While on patrol a Police discovered sheets of ice had slid from the mountain, completely obstructing one lane at mile 10.5 on the Klondike Hwy. DOT responded and cleared the massive sheets of ice.

April 12th

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

April 13th

Police responded to a welfare check after a local child dialed 911.

Local woman reported a fraudulent call. An individual claiming to be Daniel Levy called her at home stating he was from Publisher’s Clearing House and she had won both 1.2 million dollars and a Mercedes Benz. He simply required 900 dollars to cover the processing fees. The number for the Attorney General was passed on.

Police responded to a noise complaint on 6th Ave.

April 16th

A couple locals reported seeing a rainbow-colored sheen on the water beneath the Skagway River foot bridge. Thanks to TEMSCO pilots, it was determined the fuel was coming in from offshore. The Coast Guard and ADEC were notified.

Police checked the area after receiving a “pocket dial” 9-1-1 call.

Police responded to a noise complaint on 4th Ave.

April 17th

Police responded to an intruder alarm at a Broadway St jewelry store.

April 18th

Police responded to a burglary alarm on Broadway St.

Police responded to a 9-1-1 call on 9th Ave.

Fire and EMS personnel responded to a vehicle fire on 17th Ave.

April 19th

Local child dialed 9-1-1 twice to introduce herself. An officer arrived at her location and explained 9-1-1 is only to be dialed in the case of an emergency.

April 20th

Police responded to a silent 9-1-1 received from a 4th Ave business.

April 21st

Police responded to a vehicle automated distress call.

Fire personnel assisted in delivering the Easter Bunny to Seven Pastures.

Dispatch assisted a resident in getting a hold of the On Duty Provider.

April 22nd

A report of a lost small leather case with credit cards inside was received.

A found credit card was turned in. Owner was notified and requested Dispatch cut up the card.

A leather bi-fold wallet was turned in and later reunited with its owner.

A Motorola cell phone was turned in and later reunited with its owner.