Feb. 1: Vehicles were ticketed for impeding snow removal.
An iPod was reported taken from a vehicle.
A red, folding cell phone was reported lost.
A rear window of a vehicle was reported shot.
A 911 call was received from Kake. Kake personnel were notified.
Feb. 2: A caller reported a driver crossing the centerline and nearly causing a collision.
A trespass was reported after a vehicle was rifled through.
Public Works was notified of a water line break.
Feb. 3: Concern for children’s welfare was reported.
A caller reported harassing emails from Nigeria.
Several 911 calls were received of an assault.
Feb. 4: A lost hearing aid was reported.
Alaska State Troopers reported electronics had been located.
A caller reported property missing from a residence.
Feb. 5: Police were notified of a vehicle pulling out and nearly causing an accident.
Juveniles were found passing something between them along with smoke. Police found no crime committed.
A caller reported, “Feeling watched and followed.”
Feb. 6: Children feeding birds created traffic delays along the roadway.
PMP&L was notified of a power outage at about 6 p.m.
A warning was given for stop sign violation.
A slow moving forklift was reportedly impeding traffic.
Reports of two speeding motorcycles that ran stop signs resulted in the arrest of Eric L. Cole, 25, on a charge of driving while license revoked.
A warning was given on Nordic Drive for inoperable taillight.
Feb. 8: A traffic stop was made and verbal warning given for failure to yield.
During this report period three burn permits were issued and one dog complaint was handled.