Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Dutch Harbor report

From the local police blotter:

Theft, March 31 — Processing plant employee reported his phone had been stolen, possibly by a roommate, while he was showering. Under investigation.

Welfare check, April 2 — Woman asked for assistance locating any record of her father, last seen two years earlier boarding a flight to Unalaska. Officers checked employment records at the major employers in town but found no record that the father had ever worked at any of those places.

Assault, April 10 — Officers responded to a galley regarding a finger-wrestling match gone awry. One intoxicated contestant allegedly carried the digit-grappling too far when he wrenched his opponent's fingers until the man pulled away in fear and pain. Alipio S. Pogoy Jr., 35, will be charged with one count of assault.

Environmental, April 10 — Hundreds of crab legs were dumped at an intersection near the community center, causing concern that eagles and foxes would descend en masse upon the area. Officers located the person responsible for the spill and advised her to collect the legs and remove them from the area.

Assault, April 11 — A man told police he had been attacked by a bunkhouse tenant armed with a hatchet, but had been able to disarm the suspect and had then run to the police department with the weapon. The suspect claimed he had the knife because he intended to use it for preparing his dinner in the common kitchen. A witness confirmed that the suspect had been holding a knife when he approached the victim after an argument. Tuan Anh Nguyen, 54, was charged with assault after officers recovered an 8-inch cleaver from the victim.

Release conditions, April 12 — Tuan Anh Nguyen, 54, was arrested for violating conditions of release when he returned to his bunkhouse room only a short time after having been released from jail and ordered by the court not to return to his lodging.

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