An intoxicated man, who believed his roommate was
not keeping their stateroom as clean as required by their captain, moved
his roommate's belongings into a common area and then threw a tantrum
when he was chastised about his behavior. The captain, who did not wish
to fire the inebriate, determined that a time-out was in order and
arranged for the inebriate to stay elsewhere for the night.
[A man], 35 yoa, of Washington, was
arrested for Driving under the Influence after he failed to yield to an
ambulance that was traveling with lights and siren activated. [The man]
also failed to stop for police officers until he arrived at the clinic,
where he had hoped to visit an injured comrade.
Officer advised three men who were using a fishing
buoy to play soccer in the roadway that though flat ground is a rare
commodity in this community, the roadway does not constitute a viable
Officer stopped a speeding driver and learned she
was on her way to help an intoxicated friend who had cut himself while
preparing food. She was unclear about the extent of the man's injuries.
The officer responded to the residence and found that the inebriated and
impolite man had already bandaged his wounded digit. The inebriate
used language that made it quite clear that the officer was most
unwelcome at his residence.
Caller reported a driver had nearly struck several
vehicles on Salmon Way. An officer contacted the suspect driver, who
appeared totally unaware of his very poor driving, and warned him to
drive more carefully in the near future.
Business owner requested police assistance with a
customer who believed he had purchased a faulty product and whose
behavior was disruptive. The customer left after an officer provided him
with information about how to properly activate his new equipment.
Driver One complained that Driver Two had stopped
in the middle of the roadway and made threatening statements to him.
Driver Two claimed that the Driver One and his passengers had cut him
off and had then jeered and made rude gestures at him when he yelled at
them. Both drivers were advised to behave like responsible adults.
Two drunken crewman who had already been asked to
leave the Harbor View Bar due to their inimical behavior returned to
their vessel and engaged in repeated displays of machismo, strewing one
another's belongings about a stateroom, punching one another, breaking
sunglasses and agreeing to meet on the dock for a duel to settle their
differences. Neither man wished to pursue charges against the other. The
captain of the vessel agreed to deal with his two model employees in
the morning, but was perturbed that neither of them would be spending
the night in jail.