Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Dutch Harbor report

From the local police blotter:

Theft, April 22 — A thief who left his old shoes in an apparent trade for a new pair was found waiting for a flight at the airport. Carlos A. Valenzuela, 37, was cited for theft and his new, and only, pair of shoes was seized.

Criminal mischief, April 23, 1014 hours — Multiple calls were received regarding graffiti which had been spray-painted on both the Russian Orthodox Church and the bishop’s manse. Several suspects, all young, were identified. Under investigation.

Criminal mischief, April 23, 1107 hours — Additional graffiti was found painted on several businesses and on construction materials around Dutch Harbor. The graffiti appears to be the work of the same individuals responsible for the vandalism at the Russian Orthodox Church. Under investigation.

Roads, April 23 — A rockslide covered part of Airport Beach Road. The boulders were quickly removed from the roadway by an able-bodied officer.

Roads, April 24 — Caller reported a rockslide on Airport Beach Road. Mighty fire and police officers removed the rocks from the roadway.

Drunk disturbance, April 24 — Officers spoke with a drunken, disruptive fisherman, who conveniently lay down on the deck with his hands behind his back upon officers’ arrival, and convinced him it was in his best interests to simply go to his room rather than continue disturbing his fellow crewmates.

Roads, April 25 — Another caller reported a rockslide on Airport Beach Road, with rocks that were 8 inches high. A sturdy police officer removed the enormous boulders from the roadway.

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