Monday, September 5, 2011

Dutch Harbor report

From the Alaska State Troopers:

Suspicious person, Aug. 28 — Caller reported a youth in army fatigues was crawling around the softball field and shooting at gulls. They boy's parents said their son was hunting "pheasants," and believed that new ordinances allowed such activity in the city limits. An officer advised them of the rules pertaining to firearms use in the municipality.

Drunk disturbance, Aug. 28 — Taxi driver took her drunken, nonpaying passenger to the police station and requested assistance getting the money that was owed to her. The drunk, who said he had money on his boat and would pay the driver if she took him to it, was advised that he would be arrested if he failed to do exactly that.

Animal, Aug. 30 — Animal control officer responding to a barking dog complaint found the dog owner's grandson sleeping outside in a doghouse.

Welfare check, Aug. 30 — An officer checked on a young boy who had earlier been sleeping in a doghouse, and learned that the boy did not feel well and missed school on a regular basis, and that his mother was busy with her boyfriend. Information passed on to Alaska Children's Services.

Trespass, Sept. 1 — Officer issued a trespass advisement, per Westward Seafoods management, to a man who was no longer welcome on any of the business property.

Public safety, Sept. 2, 0300 hours — Community evacuation following the issuance of a tsunami warning for the Unalaska area. The warning was canceled and residents returned to their homes a short time later.

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