19 December 2016

Police Blotter: Paranoia Much?

Assistance Rendered
Officers responded to a report of a mutiny aboard a vessel tied at the dock. Investigation revealed that a new captain had been fired for his inability to run the vessel in a safe manner and was upset at being disrespected by the vessel’s owner. No criminal activity was discovered.
 
Drunk Disturbance
An officer assisted with an extremely drunken individual. The individual’s level of intoxication was such that he was unable to communicate yet he was uncooperative and combative. He was eventually transported to the clinic for a medical evaluation.
 
Suspicious Person/Activity
Officers assisted an individual who feared retaliation from the Bloods, Crips, and Hells Angels. The individual was unable to articulate any rational reason why he would be the target of these groups. The officer searched the surrounding areas and was unable to locate anything to support the caller’s fears.
 
Drunk Disturbance
Officers assisted a drunken individual determine which hotel room was his, as he could not remember his room number or the name of the person that rented the room for him. Officers were able to find the correct room.
 
Environmental
Caller reported a 2-Story play house had been blown apart by the 50- to 80-mph winds, and debris was flying around. The owner of the play house took what measures he could to prevent the debris from causing any damage.
 
Noise Disturbance
Caller reported a loud vehicle with no muffler was waking her up every morning. The vehicle’s owner was contacted and advised to get a muffler.
 
Animal
Caller reported a neglected cat. Animal Control Officer responded and determined that the cat had been involved in a fight with a fox. Owner referred to vet for assistance.

8 comments:

Toirdhealbheach Beucail said...

When was the last time a mutiny made it into a police blotter? Thanks, Alaska, for keeping it real...

LindaG said...

Wow. Never a boring day. ^_^

Rev. Paul said...

TB - that's actually the second time in about three months. It seems the natives are restless, so to speak, in the fishing fleet.

Linda - I've said it before, but it bears repeating: those Unalaska PD officers must have the patience of Job.

Steve said...

The Gangs of Unalaska.

Rev. Paul said...

That made me actually laugh out loud, Steve. Thanks for the smile.

Sandy said...

Rev. Paul,

Strange to not see every call related to alcohol.....

Well Seasoned Fool said...

"Caller reported a neglected cat. Animal Control Officer responded and determined that the cat had been involved in a fight with a fox. Owner referred to vet for assistance."

Sandy beat me to it.

Rev. Paul said...

Sandy, it does happen ... but not very often.

WSF, I wondered how the officer could tell the other animal was a fox. Tracks in the snow, maybe?