Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Dutch Harbor report

From the local police blotter:

Assistance rendered, April 15 — Officers responded to a residential fire and found the house occupied by 30-40 partiers, one of whom was trying to cool an overheated boiler with a bottle of Corona. Officers evacuated the building, turned off the boiler's fuel source and advised fire personnel of the problem.

Theft, April 16 — Caller reported his wallet, with $4,000 cash, had gone missing when he stepped outside his place of employment for a few moments. His wallet, with all contents intact, was located a short time later.

Disorderly conduct, April 19 — Captain requested assistance with a man whose employment had just been terminated and who was creating a disturbance. The responding officer ensured that the terminated employee understood what his employer was and was not required to do for him, and then arranged for a taxi to take the man elsewhere.

Suspicious person, April 21, 0007 hours — Officers responded to the small-boat harbor regarding a report that a large man was beating on a small lock, attempting to gain entry to a sailboat. The large man was gone by the time police arrived, but the drunken man who was inside the vessel making unpleasant remarks about the officers eventually came outside and was taken home by his mother.

Animal, April 21 — Caller reported a group of children standing around a fox, watching it die. Officers responded to the area and humanely destroyed the badly injured animal.

1 comment:

  1. Hey Wes,whatever you do,don't ever stop carrying the dutch harbor police report,it is the funniest shit I have ever read,nobody could dream up this stuff,its great.