July 21st

Anthony Jedidiah Long, 37, Skagway, was arrested for sexual assault in the second degree.

July 22nd

Police responded to a report of an intoxicated female asleep in the street near a local residence.

EMS responded to a medical emergency.

Public Works was notified of a wooden sign that had been knocked down at a downtown location.

A walking cane with hummingbirds was reported as found.

July 23rd

Fire personnel responded to an

EWS fire alarm at a downtown location.

A report of a bear knocking over dumpsters along the Klondike Highway was received.

A wallet was reported as found at a downtown business.

Police responded to a minor fender bender at a downtown location.

EMS personnel responded to a medical emergency.

Police responded to a report of a hit-and-run accident. The owner was contacted and will contact the victim.

A found Citi VISA card was turned in.

A report of a found red wristlet was received.

A found wallet was brought in and later reunited with its owner.

July 24th

Police responded to a noise complaint along Dyea Road.

EMS assisted with a scheduled medevac.

Dispatch assisted in contacting the local bird group for a deceased crow.

Dispatch assisted in contacting the local bird group for an injured crow.

EMS assisted with a scheduled medevac.

Kona the canine was reportedly at large, reporting party contacted the owner.

July 25th

Police responded to a complaint of a speeding vehicle on Broadway St.

A report of a cell phone lost along the AB Mountain trail was received.

Police responded to a complaint of a tourist stopped on the Skagway River Bridge taking photos and blocking traffic.

Fire and EMS personnel responded to a medical emergency.

A found Wells Fargo VISA card was turned in.

July 26th

Police assisted with unlocking a vehicle in which the keys were locked inside.

A found WA driver license was turned in.

EMS assisted with a scheduled medevac.

EMS responded to a medical emergency.

Police assisted an intoxicated male to his residence from a downtown establishment.

July 27th

Police responded to a report of snagging fish at the Small Boat Harbor.

A report of a lost set of keys was received.

Police responded to a complaint of speeding vehicles on Main Street.

A complaint of overflowing trash from a dumpster at a residential location was received.

July 28th

Police responded to an intoxicated male laying in the roadway along the Klondike Highway. The individual made it to his place of residence without assistance.

SERV-U personnel responded to a report of a sinking boat and were able to rescue two individuals.

A reports of lost passport was received.

Fire department personnel conducted debris clean up at the Dyea Flats.

A complaint of a barking dog was received.

July 29th

A found Fuji camera was turned in to the NPS Visitor’s Center.

A found Bank of America credit card and Ironman sports watch were turned in.

Police responded to an irate customer at a local establishment.

A complaint of speeding vehicles on Alaska Street was received.

Fire Department personnel conducted debris clean up at Dyea Flats.

July 30th

A report of vandalism at the old Pullen House location was received.

A complaint of an illegal walking tour near Smuggler’s Cove was received.

Police responded to a possible break in of a motorhome. Police were unable to locate the suspect.

July 31st

EMS assisted with a scheduled medevac.

Police responded to a complaint of public drinking at Pullen Pond Park.

A complaint of illegal tours at Long Bay was received. Individual conducting the tours was advised that area is off limits.

August 1st

A found TX driver license was turned in.

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

A complaint of a group of children on bicycles darting in and out of traffic on State Street was received.

EMS assisted with a scheduled medevac.

A found passport was turned in a later reunited with its owner.

A report of a lost passport was received.

Police responded to a possible domestic dispute.

August 2nd

EMS assisted with a scheduled medevac.

A report of a lost set of keys was received.

A report of a lost passport was received.

A report of a lost cell phone was received.

A report of a lost cell phone was received.

August 3rd

Public Works assisted with retrieving lost items from the boardwalk.

EMS responded to a medical emergency.

EMS assisted with a scheduled medevac.

A report of a found Sony camera was received.

Dispatch assisted in contacting the On Duty Provider.

August 4th

Police responded to a complaint of a fire that expanded beyond the fire ring.

August 5th

A report of a lost MS driver license was received.

A report of a lost hearing aid was received.

EMS responded to a medical emergency.

Police responded to a report of an intoxicated male at a downtown location. The male was given a ride to his residence.

A report of a lost wallet was received. Owner and wallet were later reunited.

A report of a large bear cub on the AB Mountain Trail was received.

Dispatch assisted in contacting the On Duty Provider.