01 December 2015

Police Blotter: the Hiccup Edition

Ambulance Request
EMS personnel responded to Safeway regarding an unresponsive man in the parking lot. The inebriate, as officers determined him to be, once he awoke, declined any medical assistance.

Assistance Rendered
Officers received a call from an individual who reported being verbally threatened by another. Officers responded and contacted the complainant and suspect. Investigation determined the suspect had been sleeping in the abandoned cabins on Agnes Beach. The suspect claimed to have obtained permission from the owner. Under investigation.

Domestic Disturbance
Officer was contacted by the Harborview doorperson reporting a disturbance taking place outside between an unidentified male and female. Officer contacted the individuals and determined [they were] a couple. Investigation revealed the male was extremely irritated because of his girlfriend's flirtatious behavior while at the bar. The couple was advised of laws regarding domestic violence and agreed to sleep in separate rooms for the night. Additionally the couple was advised not to return to the bar for the remainder of the night.

Domestic Disturbance
Caller reported that her son had called her and stated that his girlfriend was going "psycho" and attacking him. Caller stated that her son did not want to hurt his girlfriend and wanted her to leave his residence for the evening. Officers responded to the residence and contacted the couple. Both parties were uncooperative. Investigation determined an argument ensued over comment which occurred while the two were attending someone else's house party. It was further determined that no physical altercation had taken place, and there was no present danger. The couple agreed not to argue and to stay in separate areas of the house for the remainder of the night. 

Welfare Check
Caller reported a suspicious vehicle parked in the middle of the Senior Center parking lot. Officer responded and determined the driver of the vehicle had heard that the parking lot was a "hot spot" for wireless internet connection and was trying to do some online banking. The driver agreed to leave the area to cause no further suspicions.

Welfare Check
Clinic staff asked officers to check on a man who had contacted a physician regarding a bad case of hiccups. Officers did so, and learned that the patient's hiccups had magically disappeared after eating a piece of bread as ordered by the doctor.

7 comments:

Old NFO said...

Booze + arguing= not ending well...

Rev. Paul said...

Nope, never does.

Chickenmom said...


Gotta try that hiccup remedy....

Sandy said...

Rev.Paul,

Calls for service for your local law enforcement are never boring, prime example the case of hiccups, LOL......

Rev. Paul said...

Chickenmom, I hadn't heard of that one, either. But all that swallowing should stop the ripples in the diaphragm, no?

Sandy, those Dutch Harbor folks are NEVER bored. :)

On a Wing and a Whim said...

Definitely got to try that hiccup remedy!

Rev. Paul said...

Wing, it does sound like a good idea. :)