02 May 2016

Police Blotter: Praying for Guidance

Caller reported finding a loaded assault weapon in a local park. Officers responded and found that the weapon was an Airsoft rifle.

Caller reported the theft of approximately 45 cans of whipped cream. Inspection of the video surveillance system revealed two suspects. Investigation continues.

Welfare Check
Caller reported her son had been abandoned by his fishing vessel in Dutch Harbor. Officers assisted her in comforting her forlorn baby boy.

Ambulance Request / Assistance Rendered
EMS responded to a report of a male that was unconscious but breathing. Officers assisted EMS with an extremely intoxicated individual.

Public Safety
Officer contacted two individuals huddled on the side of the road acting suspiciously. The two stated they were praying for guidance.

Disorderly Conduct
Officers responded to a report of a group of drunken persons walking on the side of the roadway. One of the dipsomaniacs was said to be bleeding from his head and face. Investigation revealed that the injured individual had fallen on the rocks while trying to navigate his way back to his boat. His brother tried to help but made it worse so the two began to wrestle. A third individual intervened and carried the injured brother out of the rocks to the roadway where the group was contacted by the police.

Caller reported a large, live bird sitting on the porch railing at a local bunkhouse, and was afraid it may be injured. Officers responded and found an adult Bald Eagle perched on the railing at the front door of the bunkhouse. The eagle appeared content to eyeball everyone who came close. The eagle was shooed away, and did not appear injured.


threecollie said...

In Alaska where men are men and they shoo away eagles. lol

Rev. Paul said...

That's one definition. :)

ProudHillbilly said...

I so want to know what the whipped cream is for...

Old NFO said...

Yep, another 'strange' roundup...LOL

Well Seasoned Fool said...

"The eagle appeared content to eyeball everyone who came close".

Don't go bothern somethin that ain't bothern you.

Rev. Paul said...

PH, I had the same thought. That's just too intriguing.

NFO, it's practically mystifying. :)

WSF, those are words of wisdom.

Chickenmom said...

Maybe it's a good thing that the dipsomaniacs didn't make it back to their boat.
Love your header!

Rev. Paul said...

Agreed, Chickenmom. And thank you: that's the Frisco-Silver Dollar Line in Silver Dollar City (near Branson, MO).

Murphy's Law said...

The whipped cream propellant can be inhaled or "huffed" to get high.

I know what the rest of you pervs are thinking, but I suspect that this particular community is woefully lacking in gals on whom whipped cream would be appropriate as attire.