21 May 2015

Police Blotter: Time for Bible Class!

Public Safety
Officer advised an intoxicated man who had swayed from a bar to his car that he should not drive and would be arrested if he did so. The inebriate complained about being treated unfairly.

Suspicious Person/Liquor Law Violation
Officers responded to a report that a group of men were damaging a small trailer and discovered that one young man, having had an unpleasant phone call with his girlfriend, had “accidentally” punched the trailer. Damage to the trailer was minor. One young man was cited for Minor in Possession after officers discovered that the intoxicated man who had punched the trailer was underage.

Drunk Disturbance
Caller reported three drunks stumbling, shouting and urinating in, on and about Airport Beach Road. An officer located the drunks and advised them of the various safety problems and legal issues associated with their behavior.

Public Safety
Caller reported an intoxicated male at the Unalaska Visitor Center. Officers responded and contacted the subject who said he was trying to purchase an Alaska flag. Officer advised the subject to go home and return when he sobers up. Subject complied.

Suspicious Person/Activity
Officers responded to faint cries for help at the CEM dock. Upon arrival Officers observed an individual in the water, under the dock, sitting on a float. Officers were able to extricate the subject who was later determined to be inebriated. The subject said he wanted to go for a swim, jumped in off the dock and somehow ended up under the dock. Ambulance responded and subject signed a refusal form.

Suspicious Person/Activity
An itinerant told police that the sounds of sex in the parking lot in which he was sleeping had kept him awake for at least five hours. When he tried to locate the source of the sounds, disembodied voices began calling him a pervert and threatening to kill him, all of which he believed was in reference to the pornography he had earlier viewed on the library computer. The itinerant later advised an officer that he thought the voices were probably just in his head, and that he planned to attend Bible study in the morning.

8 comments:

Vicki said...

I'm thinking that a little Bible study might be a good thing in most of these cases. :)

Old NFO said...

A bunch of real 'weiners' there...

Rev. Paul said...

Vicki, I believe you're correct.

NFO, heh. Yeah, that too. :)

ProudHillbilly said...

Occasionally, Bible needs to be applied upside head...

Well Seasoned Fool said...

How boring would Dutch Harbor be without alcohol? Probably be a much better place to live.

Chickenmom said...

Can you just imagine the stories that don't make the police blotter???

Sandy said...

Rev. Paul,

I'm sure Bible Study, and time in the tank will take care of some of this.

Rev. Paul said...

PH, there have been times when that seemed like a good idea ... and there probably will be again. Don't tempt me. :)

WSF, that's entirely possible.

Chickenmom, I only post a small percentage of the total blotter entries. Most of them are routine: traffic stops, lock-outs, burglar alarms, road conditions, etc.

Sandy, good call! :)