From the local police blotter:
Ambulance request, July 25 — EMS personnel provided care and transport for a patient arriving by tugboat.
Fire safety, July 28 — Caller reported a bonfire near UniSea. Officers found one bonfire in an area far from UniSea, but did not observe the bonfire committing any criminal acts.
Trespass, July 29 — Officer issued a trespass advisement, per Westward Seafoods security, to a recently terminated employee who was no longer welcome on Westward property.
Liquor law violation, July 31 — Officer advised a drunken sailor that he was not allowed to enter or remain on any licensed premises for the rest of the night, due to his level of intoxication. The man left in the company of his shipmates, who agreed to see him safely to his hotel room.
Welfare check, July 31 — Girlfriend called requesting help locating her boyfriend, believed to be employed by a local processor. Officers were unable to establish his employment at that location, but later received word that the girlfriend finally had been able to reach him and no longer needed police assistance.
Assistance rendered, Aug. 1, 1248 hours — Caller reported a possibly suicidal crewmember on his vessel. Officers responded and found a man who had been unable to sleep, had had a headache for days and was generally unable to reconcile himself to the Aleutians' famed gloomy skies and dark oceans. There was no indication the man was suicidal but medical care was requested for his other issues.
Ambulance request, Aug. 1, 1302 hours — EMS personnel provided care and transport for a man with a headache and other medical issues.
Suspicious activity, Aug. 1 — Business manager reported that gasoline was being siphoned from company vehicles, and asked that officers increase patrols in the area where the vehicles are usually parked.
Disorderly conduct, Aug. 1 — Abdiaziz Hajinur, 25, of Colorado, was arrested for criminal mischief and disorderly conduct after he first blocked an airport access door to keep passengers from boarding an outbound flight and then refused to comply with officers' demands that he leave the area. Hajinur was unable to explain why he had behaved so, though he repeatedly assured officers that he did not wish to kill them.
Welfare check, Aug. 2, 1732 hours — Officer responded to a home wherein one dipsomaniac sibling reported that his brother was freaking out, wasn't eating, had been vomiting for four days and had threatened him. The officer found both inebriated brothers accusing the other of vomiting.
Ambulance request, Aug. 2, 1815 hours — EMS personnel provided care and transport for a man who was freaking out, wasn't eating and had been vomiting for four days.
Assistance rendered, Aug. 3 — A man who identified himself as God's Army Bear told police that he had been instructed by God to kill another man, if he was first attacked by the other, and requested assistance obtaining a protective order for both his and his intended victim's safety. The man was provided with appropriate paperwork from the court.
Assistance rendered, Aug. 3 — Officer helped a young boy who had climbed up a small rock face and was unable to get down. The boy had not injured himself and was safely returned to stable ground.
Noise disturbance, Aug. 3, 2312 hours — Complaint about noise from a music festival. The band in question ceased playing after being advised of the complaint.