Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Dutch Harbor report

From the local police blotter:

Assault, May 13, 0041 hours — Victor T. Tamasoaalii, 54, of Oregon, was arrested for assault after he stormed into the Harbor View bar kitchen, grabbed some culinary knives and threatened the cook for having failed to fulfill his food order.

Assault, May 13 — Vessel captain reported an assault had occurred while the vessel was on the fishing grounds. The victim, who had been punched in the face after correcting a subordinate's performance, chose not to pursue charges.

Trespass, May 13 — Officer issued a trespass advisement, per FCA management, to a man no longer welcome on FCA ships or property.

Drunk disturbance, May 15, 1706 hours — Caller reported a beer-toting inebriate dropping the f-bomb all over the airport terminal. The inebriate told an officer he would start using his very best behavior since his attitude and intoxication had already caught the attention of those responsible for allowing departing passengers to board their flight, and he sincerely desired to be reunited with his family this night.

Roads, May 16 — Unalaska Department of Public Safety received a roadwork permit from UniSea, for upcoming road renovations near the UniSea facility.

Welfare check, May 16 — A heartbroken teen shared his angst with his ex, an act which resulted in a call to police out of fear the youth might act on his expressed desire to kill himself, his ex and her new boyfriend. Officers determined the youth's manifesto was simply melodramatic rather than murderous.

Assistance rendered, May 18 — Graduating seniors drastically reduced the amount of available parking by parking across rather than in designated parking spaces, triggering a call to police for assistance. The school principal chuckled at the prank and said police intervention was unnecessary.

Assistance rendered, May 19, 0310 hours — A drunken sailor was found wandering about on a dock, and was turned over to a sober crewmate onboard his vessel.

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