Dec. 8
EMS transferred an ill patient from the recreation center to the clinic.
A Husqvarna chain saw was reported lost, possibly by the railroad tracks

Dec. 9
EMS transferred a patient to Whitehorse airport for a medevac.

Dec. 13
Police checked on a vehicle reportedly stuck in a snow bank above the Moore Creek bridge.

Dec. 16
A 12th street resident reported someone wearing a headlamp was looking under and in the bed of a pickup parked in her yard. The man ran off when the owner walked outside.

Dec. 17
Police jump started a vehicle with a dead battery stuck on the Dyea flats. -SPD

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Photo by Jeff Brady of the 2012 Bike Rodeo sponsored by Skagway Police Dept, National Park Service, and Skagway School.