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If you have any information about these crimes or any person(s) involved, you are urged to log on to our Tips Website at http://juneaucrimeline.com and submit a Web Tip .  You do not have to give your name.  CRIME LINE will pay a cash reward of up to $1000 if your tips provides results and, you can remain anonymous if you choose. 


7/11/2014 - Hit & Run on Nancy Street

On July 8th, 2014, at about 5:50 in the morning, an anonymous caller reported a vehicle had crashed into three electrical boxes and a mailbox stand in the 8800 block of Nancy Street. The Juneau Police Department is asking for the public`s assistance in locating the person responsible for the hit and run. The vehicle involved will likely be a passenger car and it will have noticeable front end damage as a light and trim were left at the scene.

The cost to repair the damage will be approximately $7300.

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7/4/2014 - Burglary on North Street

On July 4th, 2014, at about 12:30 in the morning, a 38 year old Juneau man reported someone had burglarized his home while he was downtown on the night of the third. The man found the hinges broken off a back door into the garage when he returned home shortly after midnight. The burglary happened in the 5800 block of North Street, which is in the Lemon Creek area.

The Juneau Police Department is asking for people to be watching for the suspicious possession or sale of several items from the home. There are two ceramic jewelry boxes associated with this theft. The suspect may be in possession of two dollar bills and collectable silver coins. The specific items of jewelry stolen were a Tlingit design, a platinum ring with several small diamonds in a row, a sliver bracelet with flower designs and a single gold earring with a blue stone.

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6/27/2014 - Stolen Handgun on Nugget Drive

On June 18th, 2014, at about 10:45 in the morning, a 22 year old Juneau man reported a handgun was stolen from his unlocked vehicle parked on Nugget Drive. The theft happened sometime the prior night.

The gun is a .40 caliber Sig Sauer P250. It is black and has night sights.

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6/16/2014 - Racial Incident at Celebration

On June 14, 2014, at about 9:30 a.m., a racial incident marred the close of Celebration 2014. The incident happened at the end of Saturdays parade. Native veterans acted as flag bearers and led the parade through downtown Juneau. Then the veterans formed a corridor on Willoughby Avenue next to Centennial Hall for the dancers to pass through as they finished the parade.

A white male grabbed the American flag out of the hands of a 67 year old native man. The white male yelled racial slurs at the native man and the crowd and attempted to spit on the flag. He then tried to run off with the flag. People in the area wrestled the flag away from the suspect who then ran away toward Whittier Street. The suspect also shoved people as he ran away, including a 53 year old native woman. Two Juneau Police Department officers on bikes and one in a patrol car searched the area but could not find the suspect. Now JPD needs the publics assistance in identifying the man responsible for the incident.

The suspect is described as between 30 and 50 years old. He was wearing a lighter toned multi-colored knit hat under the hood of a dark, possibly blue, jacket.

Many people were taking pictures and video of the dancers going through the flag corridor. Crime Line is offering a reward for a picture, video, or other information that leads to the identification of the suspect. Even if there is no video of the incident itself it is possible that someone documented the presence of the man in the crowd prior to the incident.

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6/13/2014 - Theft at Shell Simmons Dr. Hotel

On May 30, 2014, at about 7:30 in the evening, four members of a documentary film team from the United Kingdom working in Alaska reported that about two thousand dollars worth of electronics, clothing, and other personal items were stolen from a hotel at 1800 Shell Simmons in Juneau. A member of the team reported they had all traveled to Prince of Wales Island as part of their documentary work and had arranged with the hotel to have their property that they were leaving in Juneau locked in a conference room. On their return the men found the conference room unlocked and someone had gone through all of their bags.

The team reported they were missing two ipods, an Apple DVD driver, computer cables, a Kindle charger, clothing, and an alarm clock.

At the time of the report a hotel employee said a manager would contact the men, who were returning to England the next day, about the situation.

The Crime Line Board members acknowledge that this theft from international travelers shooting a documentary in Alaska casts Juneau in such a particularly negative light. Crime Line is will to pay a reward for information leading to the identification of anyone involved in the theft.

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6/6/2014 - Burglary on Renninger Street, Safe Taken
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On May 10th, 2014, at about 9:10 in the evening, a 59 year old man called the Juneau Police Department to report that someone pried open the door to his apartment and carried out a safe. The safe contained about $16,500 in cash, an ounce of silver, and ounce of gold in a bar, and 85 gold Krugerrand coins.

A witness saw a man carrying the safe out of the Renninger Street apartment building between about 4:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. traveling toward Dzantiki Heeni Middle School. The burglar is described as about thirty years old with brown hair and a medium build. He was wearing jeans and a black sweater. When officers followed the path described by the witness they found a dent in the grass where the man apparently dropped the safe.

On May 24, 2014, a camera from the safe was found at Eagle Beach. A man had found the wet camera on the rocks at low tide just past the Eagle Beach Campground. The man removed the memory card and examined it on his computer. The man located the burglary victim based on the pictures. The burglary victim then alerted JPD that an item from the safe had been found at Eagle Beach.

JPD is looking for anyone who saw suspicious behavior near the apartment or at Eagle Beach.

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5/23/2014 - Burglary on Gee Street

On May 16th, 2014, at about 6:55 p.m., a Juneau resident reported his home in the 9200 block of Gee Street in the Mendenhall Valley was burglarized. $14,000 worth of firearms and electronics were taken sometime between May 12th and May 15th while the owner was working out of town.

The firearms taken included one DPMS AR-10, a Palmetto Arms AR-15, and a Windham Weaponry AR-15 with Trijicon Optics and bi-pod. Also taken was a Mossberg 12- gauge shotgun, a Browning 375 H&H with a Leupold scope, and a Browning 300 Winmag.

Handguns were also taken including a .22 caliber Ruger with Leupold Optics, a .45 Glock with Surefire tactical light, and a Walther P22 with laser sights. The last gun taken was a .44 mag Smith and Wesson.

The burglar or burglars also took a black IPAD with case and GOPRO with accessories.

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5/16/2014 - Arson on Miner Drive
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On May 8th, 2014, three juveniles approximately 8 years old are suspected of starting two fires near homes on Miner Drive. Two young males and one young female were seen leaving the area. Investigators found small pieces of paper with burnt edges, a white Bic lighter, and an empty plastic bottle that smelled of gasoline.

Given the age of the children they are not likely candidates for criminal consequences but given the potential danger of the children continuing to start fires, the Juneau Police Department would like to identify the children, consult with parents, and provide education and counseling about the dangers of playing with fire.

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5/9/2014 - Burglary on Glacier Highway
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On May 5th, 2014, at about 8:00 p.m., a woman reported her home in the 6000 block of Glacier Highway was burglarized some time earlier that day. The burglar or burglars took about $1100 worth of jewelry and electronics. A black Wii and a white Xbox were taken. A gold-colored cross pendant, not on a chain, and a ring with a blue colored and clear colored stones was also taken.

Access to the home may have been through a sliding window that was unlocked.

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5/2/2014 - Firearms Theft

On April 10, 2014, a Juneau resident reported he is missing two handguns that were probably taken last November. The guns are described as a Smith and Wesson model 59, 15 shot capacity, 9mm. It is all black in color. The second handgun is a Smith and Wesson model 39, blue in color, with wood grips.

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