A driver reported that the side window of her
company vehicle had suddenly shattered, and she thought perhaps someone
had thrown a rock at her window. No indication of this was found, and a
company representative advised that the vehicle was old and he suspected
the relatively sudden temperature change had caused the breakage.
Officers conducted a welfare check on a drunken
mother who had allegedly made threats to harm herself, and found that
she was simply inebriated and upset that the son she had for so long
wanted out of her house was now in jail.
Out-of-town wife called in great distress because
her husband, whose flight from Unalaska had been cancelled this day, had
not yet checked in to his hotel room. A single phone call to the hotel
confirmed that the man was there, passed out in the lobby.
Protective Custody/Probation Violation
Alcohol - A screaming drunk at the airport was
taken into protective custody after he was unable to tell officers where
he was or what month it was, and repeatedly offered his cell phone when
asked for his wallet. [Said] screaming drunk was remanded to jail after his
probation officer was informed of his alcohol consumption, said
consumption being a violation of his probation conditions.
When bar staff asked a surly, intoxicated patron
to pay his tab, he showed his wallet to them, put it away, continued
walking away and then phoned police to report his wallet had been
stolen. He was given several opportunities to pay his tab with the
credit card officers had seen in his hands, but he refused to do so.
Alan Isze Marsan-Garcia, 51 yoa, was subsequently arrested for Theft IV
and Resisting Arrest.
Officers responded to a report of a fight in a
bunkhouse, and found two men who were so intoxicated they were able to
provide virtually no relevant information other than that nothing had
happened. Witness reports indicated the altercation had not escalated to
Two men got into a fight after one man, attempting
to protect his buddy’s tater-tots, told the tater-taker that he was the
bigger and badder man. The tater-tot skirmish ended with one bloody
nose and two ripped shirts. A drunk who offered to help police with an assault
investigation walked up to one of the tater-tot combatants, shoved him
across the face and identified him by labeling him with a vulgar,
Oedipus-type epithet. Brent D. Thomas, 45 yoa, was subsequently taken
into custody for Harassment II.