Caller reported several individuals molesting salmon in the Iliuliuk Creek. Officers responded and determined the subjects to be Chinese foreign nationals. The individuals were advised that they could not molest the salmon and a fishing license was needed to fish in Alaska. The individuals were not familiar with regulations concerning fishing in Alaska, apologized for their actions and vacated the area.
Caller reported two individuals fighting in the middle of the road. Officer responded and observed the individuals wrestling in the middle of the road. Officer interceded and broke up the melee. Both subjects who were intoxicated did not want to pursue charges and apologized to each other.
Caller reported an approximately 30 year old, intoxicated male, throwing rocks at cars on Airport Beach Road. Officers responded and contacted three individuals in the area. All were intoxicated, denied throwing rocks but were apologetic to officers anyway.
Officers responded to the Harbor View Bar regarding an altercation between two female patrons, one of whom had videotaped the other dancing. Eventually both women agreed to leave the other alone.
Officer issued a trespass advisement, per Unisea Security, to two people who were out for an adventure and found themselves on the roof of Unisea's G2 plant. The two left the area without incident.
Officers contacted three boys who had been using an Airsoft-style rifle for target practice at Sitka Spruce Park, and talked to them about general shooting safety and better locations for their target practice activities.
Caller reported a vehicle, left unlocked with the keys inside, had been stolen from the airport sometime in the last few days. About an hour later the caller reported that the vehicle had been found, at the airport.
Caller reported his brother being drunk and abusive. Officers responded and observed the two highly intoxicated brothers. One brother was accusing the other of not doing anything around the house. [The dipsomaniacs] were advised to behave civilly and to discuss their problems when they sober up.