Monday, February 24, 2014

Dutch Harbor report

From the local police blotter:

Harassment, Feb. 9 — A man onboard a fishing vessel reported receiving multiple threatening text messages which he believed were meant for someone else. Officers attempted to contact the caller after his boat docked, without success.

Roads, Feb. 10 — Bus driver reported a crab pot was partially in the roadway. Officers responded and nudged the pot completely off the road.

Animal, Feb. 10 — Caller reported being unable to get from her vehicle to her workplace as she was surrounded by numerous foxes. She provided additional information indicating that a woman who lives nearby might be feeding the foxes and contributing to their increasingly familiar behavior. An officer chased two foxes from the area in order that the caller might get into her workplace.

Suspicious activity, Feb. 10 — Driver found the back window to her vehicle had been shattered. The investigating officer determined the damage likely was caused by the recent high winds.

Assistance rendered, Feb. 11 — A troubadour suffering in an overheated hallway requested assistance contacting her benefactor's security forces, that they might open the door to her apartment for her. A security guard arrived forthwith to save the waif.

Mental, Feb. 14, 0947 hours — Officers responded to a processing vessel regarding a man who was exhibiting unusual and concerning behavior. After spending a considerable amount of time with the man, officers determined that though he might have psychological problems he did not pose a danger to himself or others.

Trespass, Feb. 14, 1123 hours — Processing vessel personnel advised a man that his continued employment was dependent on him seeking medical attention, else he was to depart the vessel forthwith. The man ultimately elected to visit the clinic.

Suspicious activity, Feb. 15 — Officers responded to a processing plant regarding a report that several men were getting high on pressurized whip cream. Officers found this was indeed the case and advised the participants against continuing this activity.

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