Wednesday, September 9, 2009

The Dutch Harbor report

From the local police blotter, as reported by the Unalaska Advertiser:

Assist other agency, Aug. 31 — An Alaska state trooper asked an officer to take over an investigation of an assault. The officer determined that Andrew B. Knapp, 41 yoa, of Washington, had struck a crewman in the face several days earlier and had then struck the captain of the vessel when the captain told Knapp he was fired. Knapp was arrested on two counts of assault.

Ambulance request, Aug. 31 — EMS assisted a man who had possibly broken his arm after being crushed by a block of frozen fish.

DUI, Sept. 1 — Caller reported two possibly intoxicated men driving down Ulakta Road after igniting seal bombs at the top of Ballyhoo. With the help of the U.S. Coast Guard, an officer determined the suspects were crewmen aboard a USCG cutter. The matter was referred to federal authorities.

Welfare check, Sept. 4 — A very intoxicated man wanted to take his equally intoxicated friend home by placing him in a wheelbarrow and wheeling him down the street. An officer advised both drunks that it was probably not a particularly wise course of action, and instead provided transportation for the one man back to his home.

Trespass, Sept. 4 — Westward security reported a drunken man refused to leave their premises in spite of being asked to do so several times. An officer contacted the inebriate in question and told him to leave. He did.

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