Juneau Police Lt. Krag Campbell says that for now, the incident is being treated like a missing person case.
Police say Schneider walked into the station downtown, where he was arrested for pre-trial probation and parole violations and then taken to Lemon Creek Correctional Center.
Cramer Marquez Sexton, 48, was pronounced dead at the scene. Police say the crash is under investigation.
Juneau police are looking for feedback on the new page, which has photos and descriptions of missing people and details about when they were last seen.
Farnsworth is a 32-year-old Juneau man whose family reported him missing on Sept. 29. Family believe he is dead and are offering a $5,000 reward for anyone who helps find his body.
It has been more than a week since anyone heard from Juneau resident Doug Farnsworth. A lot of people have been out looking for him, including the Alaska State Troopers, the Coast Guard and a local canine search group.
Alaska State Troopers said in an online report that the five passengers “were not following flight attendant instructions related to mask use and were using foul language during the flight.”
Clayton’s sister says they plan to look at surveillance footage at the Auke Bay ferry terminal to see if he got on a ferry to Sitka or another Southeast community.
The elderly Alaska Native woman has been missing for five days.
Police identified the body that washed up Sept. 3 as that of 60-year-old Juneau resident Stephen Wayne Todd.