August 6th

Officers responded to a report of a possible overheated canine in a parked vehicle at the boat harbor.

August 7th 

Officers responded to an incident on a cruise ship. 

Officers assisted a stranded family in transport to Dyea from the ferry terminal.

Officers responded to a report of a motor vehicle accident near Naku Rd. 

EMS personnel assisted in a medical emergency.

Police responded to a noise complaint on 15th Ave.

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

August 8th 

Police assisted in a welfare check. 

Fire and EMS personnel responded to a medical emergency.

Fire personnel responded to a 9-1-1 Auto Dialer alert.

A small, dark blue backpack style purse with a single strap was reported missing. 

EMS personnel assisted in a medevac. 

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

Police responded to an intrusion alarm at a 3rd Ave. business.

August 9th 

A set of keys with a red tag were found on Main St. and Terminal Way.

Police responded to a report of a suspicious person on Broadway St.

A wallet belonging to Vincent Morris was turned in. 

Fire personnel responded to a public service call. 

Police responded to a report of a vehicle in distress. 

Police responded to a report of theft at a local grocery store.

Fire personnel responded to a report of a smoking cigarette-butt holder. 

EMS personnel assisted with a medevac. 

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

August 10th  

Dispatch assisted a citizen in reaching the On Duty Provided.

EMS personnel assisted with a medevac. 

Police assisted with a vehicular lockout.

Fire and EMS personnel responded to a medical emergency.

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

August 11th 

Police assisted in transporting a family from Dyea to the ferry terminal.

A local man reported having lost his iPhone 10 in a black case.

Police responded to a report of some rowdy juveniles on Broadway St.

Police responded to suspicious circumstances on 20th Ave.

Gray Ladies Gore-Tex boots were found left at the Lower Dewey parking area.

August 12th 

Fire personnel responded to an uncontrolled campfire in Dyea.

A man reportedly lost his black Sony handheld recorder. 

An incident of vandalism was reported, regarding a rock being thrown through a bus window.

A man named Douglas Curley reported having lost his brown wallet containing an Alberta driver’s license.  

August 13th

EMS personnel assisted with a medevac.

Fire and SAR personnel assisted in retrieving a lost hiker.

Barbara Ouellette reported having lost her coin purse containing her ID.

Police responded to suspicious circumstances near 2 Mile Klondike Hwy.

August 14th 

EMS personnel assisted with a medevac.

Police responded to a report of an intoxicated individual refusing to leave a local business.

Police responded to a noise complaint on 5th Ave.

An incident of vandalism was reported at a Broadway St. business.

A husky named Dru was reportedly at large.

August 15th

A local woman reported having lost her Samsung Galaxy phone is a clear pink case.

Police assisted with a vehicular lockout.

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

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

Police assisted with a vehicular lockout. 

August 16th 

A black bear was reportedly spotted at the railroad crossing on Cemetery Rd.

EMS and fire personnel responded to a medical emergency.

Fire personnel, EMS personnel, and SAR responded to a medical emergency. 

EMS personnel assisted with a medevac. 

A local woman reportedly lost her orange cloth purse.

Local husky, Cedar, was reportedly at large.

August 17th

Police assisted in transporting an intoxicated gentleman back home.

Police assisted in escorting an intoxicated gentleman from a local man’s couch to his residence. 

Police responded to a report of items being thrown at a vehicle while driving. 

A found Social Security card was turned in. 

A found permanent resident card was turned in. 

A TD Bank debit card was reportedly lost. 

A report of erratic scooter driving was received. 

Police responded to a call of a possibly abandoned motorcycle at the Ore Dock. The owner was contacted; it was determined that the motorcycle has mechanical issues of which the owner was aware. Owner reports the motorcycle will be moved this evening. 

Police responded to a noise complaint at a downtown establishment. 

August 18th 

Police responded to a noise complaint of a barking dog at a residential location. The owners were notified. 

Public Works was advised of a large boulder in the road on the way out to the Gold Rush Cemetery. 

A report of people burning during a full burn ban was received. 

Police responded to a report of an odor of propane at a residential area.