04 June 2015

Police Blotter: Fire Safety

Suspicious Person/Activity
A driver, possibly intoxicated and later suspected of having stolen the vehicle in which he was first seen, fled from his vehicle as soon as an officer attempted to stop him. The unidentified man left the car in Drive when he bailed from the driver's seat, with the result that the car ran into both a ditch and a container. The driver eluded police and remains at large.

Disorderly Conduct
[A 25-year-old man] was arrested for Criminal Mischief and Disorderly Conduct after he first blocked an airport access door to keep passengers from boarding an outbound flight and then refused to comply with officers' demands that he leave the area. [He] was unable to explain why he had behaved so, though he repeatedly assured officers that he did not wish to kill them.

Traffic Crime
Caller reported a slow-moving taxi. The taxi driver countered that the caller was speeding.

Noise Disturbance
Officers investigating a noise complaint found several people, including a highly intoxicated woman, gathered around a bonfire. The responding officer advised the group in general to keep the noise down and advised the inebriated woman in particular that her comments were not appreciated. The woman's friend apologized on her behalf and agreed to take her home.

Disorderly Conduct
An extremely intoxicated man who had been taken to the IFHS clinic regained consciousness and began ripping out IVs and threatening medical staff. [The man], 37 yoa, of Unalaska, sprayed blood all over the room in which he was being treated and attempted to strike a responding police office. [The dipsomaniac] was arrested on charges of Disorderly Conduct, Assault IV-LEO and Harassment I.

Fire Safety
Caller reported a bonfire near Unisea. Officers found one bonfire in an area far from Unisea, but did not observe the bonfire committing any criminal acts.  


Well Seasoned Fool said...

"observe the bonfire committing any criminal acts."

How do you arrest a bonfire?

Rev. Paul said...

To quote the old musical, "The King and I": It is a puzzlement.

Chickenmom said...

It's good that bonfire was friendly!

Rev. Paul said...

Well ... benign, anyway. :)