Officers responded to a report of harassment.
A can sitting in a drive was spewing orange smoke on Excel Street.
An individual spoke with officers regarding a report of indecent exposure on Rambler Street.
A traffic stop on Ira II for failure to stop at a stop sign and failure to stop at the direction of an officer.
Petersburg Public Works was notified of a manhole cover ajar at Sing Lee Alley and S. Nordic Drive.
A creepy individual was reported at the 200 block of N. Nordic Drive.
Kristian J. Berg, 23, was issued a citation for speeding at 30 mile per hour in a 25 mile per hour zone on Sandy Beach Road.
A vehicle was parked overtime in an area of W. Dolphin Street.
Peter O. Baekkelund, 43, was issued a citation for speeding at 60 miles per hour in a 50 mile per hour zone at six mile Mitkof Highway.
Officers responded to the report of loud music on S. Third Street.
A warning was issued for driving through a road closed area at 100 Excel Street.
Officers spoke with an individual regarding harassing communication.
Belinda Chase, 52, was issued a citation for speeding at 48 miles per hour in a 40 mile per hour zone on Libby Straights.
A bicycle was left in brush for a few days on Sandy Beach Road.
Officers were notified of a vehicle driving at a high rate of speed going north on N. Nordic Drive.
A bonfire was reported on the beach at Frederick Point Road.
Officers responded to a call regarding a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed and swerved into lane to nearly hit the caller at Hungry Point.
A possible theft from a vehicle was reported on Sandy Beach Road
A caller reported trespassing on their property. They reported no damage, but trash was left behind on Frederick Point Road.
A pistol was left in sight inside a vehicle on the 200 block of N. First Street.
Officers responded to the request to get people to leave a residence on Haugen Drive.
Sports cars were reported driving side by side on Fram Street.
Officers were notified of an individual speeding and running a stop sign at Fifth and Excel Streets.
During this reporting period, there were also seven animal calls, one EMS call and 14 burn permits were issued.