Saturday, July 11, 2015

Dutch Harbor report

From the local police blotter:

Animal, June 29 — Caller reported having received several lacerations, requiring medical attention, after being attacked by one of the pair of nesting eagles at the Dutch Harbor Post Office. Additional warning signs were provided for the parking lot.

Suspicious activity, June 29 — Caller reported seeing a man carrying a gas can disappear into the stacked crab pots across from the Dutch Harbor Post Office. Officers responded to the area and observed a skiff with two occupants leaving from the beach in this same general area.

Alcohol, July 1, 0715 hours — Caller reported an intoxicated man lying on a trail near the Alyeska Trading Co., passed out with his genitals exposed. The man claimed to officers that he was the captain of a fishing boat but could not provide much other information. He was taken into protective custody.

Public safety, July 3, 0220 hours — Officer confirmed that an inebriated man in the mud along the roadway was in fact capable of returning himself to his vessel. Several of his comrades agreed that taking a taxi might be a good idea.

Welfare check, July 3 — Mother asked for help locating her son, who had told her three weeks earlier that he had a job on a fishing boat and would contact her again via email. The mother had not heard from her son and did not know the name of the vessel. An officer obtained a description of the son in the event he should be seen about town.

Roads, July 4 — Caller carped that the condition of Captains Bay Road was the worst he had ever seen. Information passed on to the Roads Department.

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