Sunday, January 10, 2010

The Dutch Harbor report

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

Trespass, Dec. 29 — Officers assisted a vessel captain with the removal of a perpetually intoxicated employee from his former vessel of employment.

Suspicious activity, Dec. 30 — Complainant reported a teacher from the school apparently purchased alcohol for a student. Interviews with witnesses indicated that Pamela T. Drawver, 42 yoa, of Unalaska, purchased at least one bottle of alcohol for at least one student. A warrant was issued for Drawver’s arrest.

Warrant arrest, Dec. 31 — Pamela T. Drawver was arrested on an outstanding warrant for furnishing alcohol to a minor.

Suspicious activity, Dec. 31 — Complaint about a group of revelers on the beach near the fireworks display, who were drinking alcohol, detonating seal bombs and igniting nautical flares in a potentially dangerous manner. The men were advised of the regulations regarding fireworks, explosives and alcohol consumption in public places. After two such visits from officers, the men decided to leave the beach because there were too many police officers in the area.

Suspicious person, Jan. 2 — Caller reported a vessel belonging to a friend might have an intruder on board. Officers checked the vessel and found neither any people nor signs of entry.

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