Wednesday, October 14, 2009

The Dutch Harbor report

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

Environmental, Oct. 5 — A woman reported seeing odd flashes of lights above the clouds. A second person confirmed having seen the same phenomena. Officers, who did not witness any of the odd light effects, determined it was likely an atmospheric disturbance of some type.

Trespass, Oct. 6 — UniSea security requested that officers issue a trespass advisement to a man who had recently been arrested at a party on their property. So issued.

Liquor law violation, Oct. 8 — An intoxicated man blowing kisses at a police officer was advised he was too intoxicated to remain on a licensed premise. The inebriate attempted to purchase a beer for the officer prior to leaving the bar, but his offer was politely declined.

Trespass, Oct. 9 — Per UniSea management, officer issued a trespass advisement to a man recently involved in several minor fracases on their property.

Traffic, Oct. 9 — Roads crew asked officers to contact some crab fisherman whose fishing gear was obstructing part of the roadway.

Environmental, Oct. 9 — Small oil spill reported in the vicinity of the Alyeska boat launch. An officer determined this particular bit of contamination was part of a larger spill that had already been reported directly to the U.S. Coast Guard.

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