Wednesday, September 23, 2009

The Dutch Harbor report

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

Theft, Sept. 13 — A woman reported her vehicle had been stolen from Amelia’s Restaurant and left at the Alaska Ship Supply liquor store. Investigation revealed that an unidentified man had taken and removed her truck because it was blocking his own vehicle. The woman elected not to pursue charges because she is “old-school Dutch,” and believes the unidentified man will learn some manners if he’s in the community long enough.

Sexual assault, Sept. 13 — Captain of a fishing vessel reported a crew member may have been sexually assaulted the last time his vessel was in Unalaska. Under investigation.

Assault, Sept. 14 — A woman reported a fight in progress in front of Stormy’s Restaurant. Officers arrived to find a hysterical woman crouched next to a melodramatic man who stated first that he had been choked, and then that he had been struck with a chair and finally that he had been struck with a television, though officers observed no injuries other than a black eye. A third, rather calm man advised officers that he had struck the man on the ground twice in the face after being spit upon and pushed. Subsequent investigation revealed that the histrionic victim had likely initiated the altercation. No charges were filed.

Ambulance request, Sept. 14 — EMS personnel attended to a histrionic man who demanded an ambulance for his internal injuries.

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