Fire and DPS personnel responded to the apartment of a woman who reported that her smoke alarm was beeping incessantly. An officer helped a homeowner change the batteries in her smoke alarm, so the incessant beeping would stop. The Fire Chief returned to the homeowner's residence a few minutes later and helped her change the batteries in her other smoke alarm, so that it too would quit beeping.
Fire Response / Assistance Rendered
Officers assisted fire personnel with a search for the source of a petrochemical odor. They found it. Fire personnel responded to a residence regarding a report of a petroleum product smell emanating from someplace nearby. The smell was determined to be from recently laid asphalt.
Caller reported having been harassed at, threatened at and fired from his previous place of employment, in October of a previous year. Officers determined that the man had been fired after being caught on video surveillance smoking crack cocaine and allowing non-employees to utilize company sleeping quarters, and that the man had never reported any harassment to his then-supervisors.
[A man], 44 yoa, of Hawaii, was arrested on one count of Assault IV after he punched another man in the face several times. [The man] told officer the victim had made him cry.
[A man], 53 yoa, of Unalaska, was arrested for Driving under the Influence after officers found him passed out behind the wheel of his pickup. [He] was later charged with Refusal to Submit to a Chemical Test when he was unable to provide a breath sample.
"Unable to provide a breath sample"? Are we arresting vampires now? - Ed.
Officers investigated an alleged assault involving one man having possibly been struck by one of a group of unidentified people. The victim was unable to identify his assailant, and the witnesses he named could not be identified or located.