Friday, April 2, 2010

The Dutch Harbor report

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

Suspicious persons, March 25 — Multiple callers reported either brave souls or potential Darwin candidates walking on the ice on Unalaska Lake. As the ice walkers were adults, combined with the fact that ice walking is not illegal, the walkers were left to their own devices.

Environmental, March 26 — Plant personnel reported the loss of about 50 gallons of fish oil, which had emptied directly into the sewer system. Water treatment personnel were advised of that there might be natural organic compounds in the wastewater system.

Disorderly conduct, March 26 — Plant security requested assistance advising a recently terminated employee that he is now simply a guest and as such is allowed only in his room or the galley. An officer advised plant personnel that police could not enforce company rules.

Drug law violation, March 26 — The Unalaska Department of Public Safety received information from postal inspectors about a significant quantity of cocaine that had been mailed to Unalaska. Under investigation.

Disorderly conduct, March 28 — Officers observed a scuffle break out between four men in front of the Harborview Bar. None of the participants wished to discuss what exactly had occurred. They were advised that similar conduct could result in arrest. The men separated and returned to their vessels.

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