Friday, October 2, 2009

The Dutch Harbor report

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

Trespass, Sept. 21 — Per UniSea security, officer issued a trespass advisement to a man who was on UniSea property but neither lived nor worked at the facility.

Environmental, Sept. 22 — Caller reported an extensive diesel slick spreading across Captains, Nateekin and Broad bays. Information turned over to the U.S. Coast Guard.

Assault, Sept. 23 — Officers responded to Westward Seafoods regarding an altercation between several roommates. Investigation revealed a room with one drunken roommate had assaulted two others. Mark Rivera, age 23, of Stockton, Calif., was arrested for assault.

Drunk disturbance, Sept. 25 — Caller reported a drunken man was pounding on his door and attempting to gain entry to the caller’s room, from which he had been asked to leave due to his obnoxious behavior. The suspect had left the area by the time officers arrived. UniSea security told officers they would address the matter internally.

Trespass, Sept. 27 — UniSea management requested that two men who had been smoking weed in the Harborview Inn be given trespass advisements. An officer issued same.

Theft, Sept. 27 — Complainant reported his backpack, containing $7,000 in cash, had been stolen from the Harborview Bar. Officers later determined that a friend had removed the backpack from the bar and placed it in a more secure area. No items were missing from the pack, and officers learned that the complainant had in fact never had $7,000 in his possession, simply a personal log of work he had done which he believed was worth $7,000. The complainant was strongly warned about making fraudulent reports.

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