Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Dutch Harbor report

From the local police blotter:

Harassment, Sept. 8 — A woman reported being followed in the bar by another woman who, when confronted, brandished some bear spray in a challenging manner. Investigating officers found no witnesses to the event but were able to verify the existence of prior problems between the two women.

Noise disturbance, Sept. 8 — Anonymous caller reported loud music in a residential area. The responding officer patrolled the area and heard no music, only the rumbling of tugboats working at the dock.

Drunk disturbance, Sept. 8 — Officers responded to a bunkhouse, where an inebriate had passed out. After a lengthy, garbled conversation with the drunk, officers were able to determine the name of the man's boat. The drunk eventually was turned over to his captain.

Suspicious person, Sept. 8 — An inebriated man darted in front of a patrol car while waving and performing a jig, then sprinted away for a short distance before sitting on the curb and waiting for the officer. The inebriate was able to tell the officer only that he was having an off day and was eventually turned over to a group of sober friends who happened to pass by.

Theft, Sept. 9 — An officer responded to a factory trawler regarding a report that an iPhone and iPod had been stolen from a stateroom. Several people were identified as possible suspects but no evidence was uncovered to identify the culprit. The victim did not wish to press charges and was satisfied with her employer's offer to replace the stolen items.

Suspicious person, Sept. 10 — A man who two nights earlier had been dancing in front of a patrol car was reported to be shaving on the roof of a business. After conversing briefly with the man the responding officer requested an ambulance and a mental health evaluation.

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