Thursday, October 27, 2011

Dutch Harbor report

From the local police blotter:

Welfare check, Oct. 18, 1240 hours — Several callers reported seeing flares in the vicinity of Captains Bay. The Ports Department confirmed a vessel was conducting tests.

Assault, Oct. 19, 0136 hours — Caller reported two men, one of whom had a bloody nose, fighting in front of the Museum of the Aleutians. Officers contacted the two men who both admitted their wrestling match had, probably due to their alcohol consumption, gotten a little out of control. Neither wished to pursue any charges.

Disorderly conduct, Oct. 19 — Captain of a vessel requested assistance removing three inebriated crew members who had been fired but refused to leave the vessel. An officer responded and helped expedite their departure.

Warrant arrest, Oct. 20 — Jonathan P. Brown was arrested on an outstanding warrant for failure to appear. He was originally charged with a commercial fishing violation.

Drunk disturbance, Oct. 20, 0209 hours — Caller reported two drunken men walking in the roadway and kicking at the tires of vehicles parked nearby. Officers spoke briefly with the two, who were both employed on a vessel docked nearby.

Ambulance request, Oct. 21 — EMS personnel provided care and transport to a patient, arriving from Akutan, with severe hand injuries.

Suspicious activity, Oct. 22, 0153 hours — A man caught urinating in public apologized profusely, and admitted to knowing there were public facilities nearby, after being contacted in flagrante delicto by an officer.

Fire response, Oct. 22, 2143 hours — EMS and fire personnel responded to the Bering Fisheries processing area after an employee reported an ammonia leak in the ice house. Approximately 500 pounds of ammonia were ventilated from the ice house. No injuries were reported.

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