Juneau police, fire officials and state troopers reported:
An school district employee at the Marie Drake building reported about 12:30 p.m. Wednesday that a computer memory card was missing. No suspect was named. No value was given.
Police responded to a report about 10 p.m. Wednesday from Glacier Highway that the Mobile Crisis Unit needed assistance with a disorderly juvenile. The responding officer arrested a boy, 17, for domestic violence assault and lodged him at the Juneau Youth Center.
An officer responded to a report about 1:30 p.m. Wednesday of a disturbance on Lemon Creek Road. He contacted four adults and issued warnings. One man, 42, was arrested for an outstanding felony warrant issued in Ketchikan.
Police received multiple reports of an accident about 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at 10th Street and Egan Drive. Three people were involved: a woman, 52; a woman, 54; and a man, 49. There were no injuries. Details of the accident or how many vehicles were involved were not available. Total estimate of damage was $1,500.
A man, 58, reported about 9 p.m. Wednesday that a tire on his parked vehicle on Harris Street was slashed. He named a suspect.
An emergency call came in shortly after noon Wednesday, reporting a fire at the downtown Tesoro station on West 10th Street. Firefighters responded and had the fire extinguished in 10 minutes. In their on-site report, they estimated damage at $7,500. The fire apparently began in a trash can in the second floor office, melting computers and a chair. A fax machine, file cabinets, stereo, supplies and additional pieces of furniture were damaged, said Esmail Peirovi, part owner. Peirovi estimated damage at $15,000.
Domestic violence calls: 2.