May 19th

Police responded to a burglary alarm at a Broadway St. business.

A visitor off of the Coral Princess lost his black android with a red heart pasted on the back.

EMS personnel assisted in a medevac from the clinic.

Police responded to a suspicious person near Molly Walsh Park.

A local man has misplaced the keys to his Mitsubishi.

May 20th

A local man’s backpack was reportedly stolen out of his van while parked on 5th Ave.

EMS personnel assisted with a medical emergency.

Police responded to a disturbance call at the Skagway Library.

May 21st

EMS personnel assisted with a medical emergency.

Fire personnel responded to an automated fire alarm at a 3rd Ave. business.

May 22nd

A bottle of Nitro pills was found on the Railroad dock.

EMS personnel assisted with a medical emergency.

A local boy has lost his iPhone 6+ somewhere on Main St.

Police responded to a call for assistance from a cruise ship.

Fire personnel responded to an automated fire alarm at a 3rd Ave. business.

Police responded to a report of an intoxicated driver.

May 23rd

Police responded to a residence from which an accidental 9-1-1 call was received.

Fire personnel responded to an automated fire alarm at a 6th Ave. business.

A local woman has lost her teal colored phone/wallet combination.

May 24th

Police and fire personnel responded to a report of a smoldering fire and illegal campsite on the Lower Lake Trail.

Police responded to a report of two off-leash Chihuahuas in the Pullen Pond area.

Police responded to an intruder alarm at a Park Service building on Broadway St.

May 25th

Police responded twice to an audible alarm at a Broadway St. business.

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

A black Goldendoodle was reportedly at large on Dyea Rd.

May 26th

Police responded to check the area from which a 9-1-1 pocket dial was received.

Police responded to aid in a lockout at the harbor.

Citizens were assisted in reaching the On-Duty Provider at the clinic.

Police responded to an intrusion alarm at a Broadway St. federal building.

Police responded to a noise complaint at a local RV park.

May 27th

A visitor off of a cruise ship was assisted in contacting the On-Duty Provider.

EMS personnel assisted with a medical emergency.

EMS personnel assisted with a medical emergency.

May 28th

Police responded to a report of disorderly conduct at a Broadway St. bar.

Police responded to a secondary call regarding the same individuals at a local hotel. One individual was detained with no charges filed.

Police responded to a report of a barking dog tied up near Molly Walsh Park.

May 29th

Police responded to an intoxicated intruder at a 14th Ave .residence.

Police patrolled the area from which a 9-1-1 pocket dial was received.

EMS personnel assisted with a medical emergency.

EMS personnel assisted with a medical emergency.

A local boy’s scooter was reportedly stolen from the Skagway School and later returned.

Police attempted to locate an individual reportedly seeking medical attention.

May 30th

Police responded to a report of an audible alarm sounding at a 3rd Ave. business.

EMS personnel assisted with a medical emergency.

Police responded to a report of suspicious individual near 3rd Ave.

May 31st

Police responded to a call for assistance in removing a renegade vehicle from a local woman’s lawn.

Police assisted in the transport of a citizen to the municipal campgrounds.

June 1st

Police responded to a report of trespassing at a Broadway St. residence.

Visitors were assisted in getting into contact with the On-Duty Provider.

A little brown curly-haired dog named Lexi was reportedly at large near the Fairway Market.

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

A local resident has misplaced his Petro Gas card for his business.

A Quebec license was found and brought in to the Police Department.

Police assisted with a local Pride Parade.

A cruise ship passenger lost her Samsung in a dark blue wallet case somewhere on Broadway St.

June 2nd

A local woman has misplaced her key ring containing the keys to her Honda motorcycle, PO box, home, and bike lock.

Police assisted in a transport to the municipal campground.

June 3rd

A visitor reported having lost his Canon camera and binoculars in the vicinity of 2nd Ave.

Police responded to a trespass call on Main St.

Police responded to a report of an intoxicated individual asleep face down in the grass on State St.

Police assisted in a transport to the municipal campground.

June 4th

Police responded to the area from which a 9-1-1 pocket dial was received.

EMS personnel assisted with a medical emergency.

A visitor reported having lost his iPhone in a blue Otterbox case somewhere on Broadway St.

Police responded to the area from which a 9-1-1 pocket dial was received.

Police assisted with a vehicle lockout.

Police performed extra patrols at a local RV park.

June 5th

A local boy is missing his bright yellow specialized Hardrock sport bicycle.

EMS personnel assisted in a medical emergency.

Police responded to the area from which a 9-1-1 pocket dial was received.

EMS personnel assisted in a medical emergency.

A Bluetooth ear bud was found at the AB Trail Head.

A renegade Husky named Dru was found, brought into police custody, and later reunited with his owner.

A citizen was assisted in contacting the on-duty provider.

Police responded to a noise complaint at a 4th Ave. business.

June 6th

A visitor reported having lost a plastic bag containing her newly acquired Harley Davidson shirt.

Police responded to the area from which a 9-1-1 pocket dial was received.

June 7th

A local man reported someone has taken his dark blue specialized Globe bike.

Police and Fire personnel responded to a report of a stump fire on the Klondike Hwy.

A citizen was assisted in reaching the On-Duty Provider.

EMS personnel assisted in a medical emergency.

Police responded to an intrusion alarm at a Broadway St. business.

Police responded to a report of disorderly conduct at a Broadway St. saloon.

June 8th

Two locals reported a free-range chicken was struck and killed by an on-coming vehicle near 20th Ave.

Police assisted in a vehicle lockout on Spring St.

A grey iPhone X was found at the Mascot.

Police responded to a noise complaint at a Broadway St. bar.

EMS personnel assisted in a medical emergency.