May 7th

A wallet was turned into the police department and later that day reunited with its owner.

EMS personnel assisted in a medevac.

A white Iphone with a blue and green mandala design was turned into the Skagway Visitor’s Center.

A gentleman by the name of Conner Fields reported having lost his ID.

May 8th

Local couple was assisted in getting in contact with the On-Duty Provider for afterhours care.

A police officer assisted a local business with a civil stand by.

A police officer responded to a report of disorderly intoxicated individuals on Spring St.

A police officer responded to a lockout at the ferry terminal parking lot.

EMS personnel assisted in a medevac transfer to Whitehorse.

May 9th

Fire personnel responded to an automated fire alarm at an 8th Ave residence.

A cruise ship passenger reported having lost her Georgia Driver’s License.

A police officer responded to a local Main St business to investigate an aroma of propane.

A police officer assisted White Pass Security with a report of suspicious activity at the White Pass RV Park.

May 10th

A police officer checked the vicinity of Broadway St after an accidental 9-1-1 call.

A police officer checked the activity at The Red Onion Saloon after a 9-1-1 pocket dial had been received from within the building.

A police officer responded to a report of a burglary alarm at a Broadway St jewelry store.

May 11th

A police officer responded to a report of a vehicle alarm sounding on 3rd Ave.

A police officer assisted a citizen with gaining entry to her vehicle after a lockout.

A police officer responded to a report of theft at a local gemstone business.

A local man reported an incident of theft and trespassing at his residence on State St.

May 12th

Fire and EMS personnel assisted in the care and transfer of a patient with a head injury to the clinic.

A police officer responded to a report of a disorderly individual on Broadway St.

May 13th

A silver Cannon Power Shot camera was found between 5th and 6th Ave.

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

A report was received that there was a beaver at Pullen Pond.

Fire personnel responded to an unidentified alarm sounding at a Broadway St. business.

May 14th

A local woman reported having lost her black, leather trifold wallet in the vicinity of 4th Ave.

A local Municipal employee reported having received a scam call from a local number. The local resident who’s number it was, was not the caller. Residents should take note that scam callers sometimes possess the ability to ‘mirror’ local numbers.

A police officer performed a welfare check on 13th Ave.

Fire personnel responded to an automated fire alarm at a 4th Ave business.

A citizen dropped off a black leather wallet that was later reunited with its owner.

May 15th

Fire personnel responded to an automated fire alarm at an 8th Ave residence.

A passenger off the Norwegian Bliss reported having lost his blue Iphone 6.

May 16th

A police officer checked the vicinity of Pullen Creek after a 9-1-1 pocket dial was received.

A man has lost his dark blue wool baseball cap with the word “Pacific” on it.

A local resident turned in an Iphone she discovered in a public restroom. With the help of Cruise Line Agents and Siri the phone was reunited with its owner just moments before their ship left port.

A local resident reported having lost a rose gold Iphone 6s on the Lower Lake Trail.

A local resident reported having lost a set of Hyundai Sonata keys.

A black wallet was turned in and later reunited with its owner.

A police officer checked on the fire ring activity of a 10th Ave residence.

May 17th

Fire personnel responded to an automated fire alarm at a Main St Municipal building.

A police officer responded to a report of individuals openly smoking marijuana at Molly Walsh Park.

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

A visitor was reunited with her lost wallet and would like to thank the ladies at the Skagway Post Office for their assistance.

A police officer responded to a report of an unconscious gentleman laying in the lawn of a 14th Ave residence.

May 18th

A police officer responded to an alarm sounding at a Broadway St Jewelry store.

A police officer responded to a lockout at the airport.

A police officer checked the vicinity of the Dyea Rd from which a pocket 9-1-1 call was received.

A police officer responded to a lockout on the Klondike Hwy.