10 June 2014

Police Blotter: Let The Good Times Roll

Theft - A thief who left his old shoes in an apparent trade for a new pair was found waiting for a flight at the airport. He was cited for Theft III and his new, and only, pair of shoes was seized.

Suspicious Person/Activity - Officer advised a drunken woman not to throw beer bottles out of her room window and into a parking lot.

Assault - A heated argument between a bar employee and an intoxicated bar patron, regarding the patron's sexual orientation and dress, resulted in the patron climbing into a bathroom stall and shoving the employee's head in a toilet. The potted patron was subsequently arrested for Assault IV.

DUI - A resident of Unalaska was arrested for Driving under the Influence and Reckless Driving after an officer had to drive on a sidewalk to avoid being struck by her.

Suspicious Person/Activity - Officers responded to the Small Boat Harbor regarding a report that a large man was beating on a small lock, attempting to gain entry to a sailboat. The large man was gone by the time police arrived, but the drunken man who was inside the vessel making unpleasant remarks about the officers eventually came outside and was taken home by his mother.

Liquor Law Violation - Officers responded to a bunkhouse room after receiving a request for assistance with an intoxicated minor, and discovered several other intoxicated underage drinkers in addition to persons who had illegally obtained and/or furnished alcohol to the minors.

Welfare Check - A man who could barely remain upright due to his level of intoxication asked officers to remove his brother from their abode, because he believed his brother was too inebriated to stand. The officer pointed out the hypocrisy of such action and suggested that the men simply remain seated until they were somewhat more sober.


Teresa said...

BWAHAHAHAHA. That's what I needed. A good laugh. Thank you! :D

Rev. Paul said...

I'm here to help, Teresa. :)

ProudHillbilly said...

R.e. "Welfare Check" - I think I went to that party when I was in college...

Rev. Paul said...

PH: I think everybody went to at least one of those parties.