Officers contacted the occupants of a vehicle
whose driver appeared to be having great difficulty manipulating various
controls and signals. The driver admitted to being only recently
licensed, but did not appear to be otherwise impaired.
Officers responded to a fishing vessel regarding a
recently terminated employee who was dragging his heels about packing
his gear and leaving the vessel. The ex-employee sped up, marginally,
after officers arrived on scene and was eventually escorted to the dock.
Caller reported an intoxicated man dancing near
City Dock and expressed concerned that he might fall in the water. An
officer contacted the man, who was jamming to his music, and advised him
of the concern. The man apologized for having too much fun.
Library staff reported an unruly and intoxicated
patron refused to leave the premises. An officer contacted the suspect,
who had just left the building, and advised him he would be arrested if
he returned to the facility this night.
Security officers reported an employee had been
“jumped” and had complained of back pain shortly before he collapsed.
Responding officers restrained the patient, who was combative and
uncooperative with EMS personnel, and attempted to ascertain the details
of his alleged assault. The patient refused to provide any information
about his attackers, except to say they were part of the Mexican Mafia.
An officer responded to the Dutch Harbor Post
Office regarding a complaint about a bike rider periodically getting off
his bicycle and dancing in the middle of the roadway. The suspect, who
appeared somewhat intoxicated, told the officer he needed to urinate and
was advised that urinating in public was a violation of City ordinance.
The man who had told an officer he really needed
to urinate did in fact do so a short time later… in the Post Office
lobby. Postal employees noted that the mess was disgusting and
inconvenient, as the man had simply peed in his pants and down his legs
rather than exposing himself.
Caller reported two drivers stopped front to rear,
essentially blocking Dutton Road at Broadway. An officer advised the
two drivers of the complaint and they quickly departed after expressing
mild dismay at the thought of being mentioned in the police blotter.