Friday, January 24, 2014

Dutch Harbor report

From the local police blotter:

Fire safety, Jan. 12 — Fire and harbor officers assisted in dewatering a vessel which had begun to sink at the Bobby Storrs small-boat harbor.

Harassment, Jan. 13 — A man reported that several people were outside the door and window of his room, making comments about shooting him because of a noxious odor emanating from his feet. Officers were unable to verify any element of the man's story, even after talking to alleged witnesses and reviewing video. Based on this and other information obtained from the caller, officers advised the man to speak with a mental health counselor. He agreed to do so.

Trespass, Jan. 14 — Harbor officer reported that a vehicle belonging to a man who recently had been barred from the Carl E. Moses dock was parked at the dock. The vehicle was empty and there were no footprints in the snow to indicate the man had been there recently.

Warrant arrest, Jan. 16 — Karen R. Kenyon, 49, was taken into custody on a Washington state warrant for illegal trafficking in shellfish. Kenyon additionally was charged as a fugitive from justice.

Suspicious person, Jan. 16, 1700 hours — Caller reported a man with a surfboard was heading towards a beach. Officers determined that the suspicious character was ... surfing.

Ambulance request, Jan. 18 — EMS personnel escorted a patient coming in via tug from Ulakta Head.

Public safety, Jan. 18 — A man turned in for destruction what he believed were flares of Russian origin. The officers who attempted to translate the Cyrillic writing on the objects determined they were likely parachute flares.

Animal, Jan. 18, 1906 hours — Pet owner reported having struck and killed his dog while allowing it to run alongside his vehicle.

Animal, Jan. 18, 2107 hours — Complaint by a property owner that a neighbor's little dog had run up to a window of his house and the dog's owner had done nothing to correct this appalling canine behavior.

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