Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Dutch Harbor report

From the local police blotter:

Welfare check, Aug. 2 — 911 hang-up call, received from the Alyeska Seafoods area. There was no indication of any emergency at that location.

Welfare check, Aug. 5 — Caller reported a fully clothed man playing in the Bering Sea in water up to his shoulders, and expressed concern about his developing hypothermia. A fire officer was dispatched to the scene.

Trespass, Aug. 6 — Officers issued a trespass advisement, per Bering Fisheries security, to a man who had been lolling about the area and had cursed at a security officer who told him to vacate the premises.

Drunk disturbance, Aug. 7 — A pool player who insulted another man's girlfriend suddenly found himself without a cue ball when the boyfriend stole it and then fled from the area. No one was injured in the ensuing melee, and all parties were advised to depart.

Suspicious activity, Aug. 7, 0321 hours — Officer observed a small skiff being operated by an apparently intoxicated man. The inebriate, who could not be identified, refused to come ashore when ordered to do so and continued driving out of the harbor.

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