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Unalaska Department of Public Safety: Police blotter
Yankee police officers, 1880s

19 May, Sunday
0112 - Ambulance Request – EMS personnel provided care and transport for a man with a facial injury sustained in an assault.

0116 - Assistance Rendered – Officers assisted EMS with a patient.

0120 - Assault – 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.

0219 - Suspicious Person/Activity – Caller reported a vehicle with its parking lights activated in a parking lot. An officer turned off the lights.

0410 - Public Safety – Officer found a smoldering and unattended bonfire at Little South America, and extinguished the fire.

1335 - Assist Other Agency – Officers attempted to locate a fisherman to advise him of a family emergency. Family members were able to contact the fisherman before officers found him.

1342 - MVA Damage – A young driver backed into a parked vehicle, causing minor damage to both vehicles.

20 May, Monday
0824 - Lost Property – A black leather wallet, in or near Safeway.

0920 - Burn Permit -

1225 - Commercial Vehicle – Officer conducted several commercial motor vehicle inspections.

1225 - Commercial Vehicle - Officer conducted several commercial motor vehicle inspections.

1438 - Animal – Loose dog impounded.

1717 - Traffic Roads – Caller reported pallets in the roadway. An officer responded and found that the debris had already been removed.

1830 - Fire Response – Fire personnel responded to a report that an odor of diesel fumes was permeating an area near the elementary school. Fire personnel determined the source of the odor was a spill at a nearby business.

1843 - Ambulance Request – EMS personnel responded to a hazardous materials release.

1843 - Assistance Rendered – Officers helped fire personnel locate the source of a small diesel spill.

1916 - Assistance Rendered - Roads Chief asked that officers keep an eye on an area that might flood if heavy rains and snow melt continued.

21 May, Tuesday
0551 - EMS Other Services – Caller notified UDPS that an ambulance would be needed for a patient arriving by boat.

0835 - Ambulance Request – EMS personnel provided care and transport for a patient with severe abdominal pain.

0956 - Medevac -

1116 - Death Investigation – Clinic personnel contacted UDPS after a patient who was waiting for a medevac passed away. The body will be shipped to the Medical Examiner for an autopsy.

1437 - Burn Permit -

1442 - Burn Permit -

1621 - Public Safety – Caller reported children riding bikes on the skateboard ramps without wearing helmets.

1633 - Animal – Feral cat turned in for destruction.

1736 - Suspicious Person/Activity – Officer conducting a traffic stop noticed an odor of marijuana in the vehicle. The driver said he had found a marijuana pipe in it when he bought the vehicle, and a subsequent search of the driver and vehicle revealed nothing suspicious.

2351 - Welfare Check – Officers following up on a 911 hang-up call in which the caller may have said she’d been hit found that a family argument had erupted between a man and his mother-in-law. The husband and wife had struggled briefly when he attempted to escape the residence. No charges were filed.

22 May, Wednesday
0001 - Drunk Disturbance – A dipsomaniac reported that his dipsomaniac sibling was causing problems at their shared residence. And officer responded and told the two fully grown men to behave.

1135 - Burn Permit -

0911 - EMS Other Services – EMS personnel moved a body to the airport, for transport to the Medical Examiner’s Office.

1135 - Burn Permit -

Ambulance Request – EMS personnel provided care and transport for an elderly man who had fallen and hit his head.

1155 - Assistance Rendered – Officer assisted EMS with a patient.

1215 - Fire Response – Caller reported what appeared to be smoke from the area of a recent tundra fire. The smoke was identified as coming from a power plant stack.

1234 - Assistance Rendered – Officers helped fire personnel determine the source of some smoke.

1516 - Fire Safety – Caller reported an untended fire at a neighbor’s residence. A fire officer contacted the homeowner and advised him to be mindful of the burn pile.

1658 - Traffic Crime – Officer saw a girl whom he knew was not licensed get into the driver’s seat of a vehicle. The girl was given a warning about the legal repercussions of driving without a valid operator’s license.

1901 - Fire Response – Fire personnel responded to an area near the CEM Harbor, where a scrap wood fire was burning out of control. The fire was quickly and effectively controlled.

1909 - Assistance Rendered – Officers assisted at a fire scene.

1914 - Ambulance Request – EMS personnel stood by during a fire response.

2126 - Traffic Crime – Caller reported a speeding driver. An officer attempted to locate the suspect, who had been identified by name, but was unable to find him.

23 May, Thursday
0815 - Animal – Loose dog.

0820 - Traffic Crime – Anonymous caller reported a taxi with only one operational headlight.

1036 - Burn Permit -

1649 - Domestic Disturbance – Officers investigated a report of possible domestic violence. Officers noted some areas of concern but found insufficient evidence to charge any of the household members with a crime.

1819 - Welfare Check - Officers were called a second time to a home regarding a report of possible domestic violence. Officers again noted some areas of concern but found insufficient evidence to charge any of the household members with a crime.

1908 - Animal – Loose dog.

2130 - Assault – Caller reported being struck several times in the face after he squirted a former coworker with a squirt gun. Under investigation.

24 May, Friday
0038 - Taxi Violation – Officer ordered a taxi out of service until its headlight is repaired.

1456 - Traffic Crime – School bus driver reported another driver had passed the bus while it was stopped to let students off the bus.

1735 - MVA Damage – Officer investigated a minor accident that occurred when a gust of wind blew one driver’s door hard enough that it struck the vehicle parked nearby.

2012 - Domestic Disturbance – Officers investigated a report that a couple might be engaged in a domestic dispute near their automobile. After talking with both parties officers determined that no violence had occurred.

2041 - Drug Law Violation – Officers investigating a domestic disturbance discovered that there was marijuana in the couple’s vehicle. Rodney R. Webb, 24 yoa, of Unalaska, turned the marijuana over to police. He was cited for one count of Misconduct Involving a Controlled Substance VI.

2306 - Unsecured Premise – An outbuilding at the school was left unlocked. After contacting a responsible party, officers checked the building for intruders and finding none, allowed the responsible party to secure the door.

0559 - MVA Damage – Officer investigated a minor parking lot collision. One driver was cited for Failure to Exercise Due Care and another for Insurance to Exhibited on Demand.

0758 - Theft – Woman reported several items of used women’s clothing, an X-box and some heating fuel might have been stolen from her residence. The woman provided the names of two men as possible suspects. Under investigation.

1951 - Drug Law Violation – Security officers turned over some hand warmers which they believed might contain methamphetamine, as the person on whom they had been found had UA-tested positive for some. No illegal substances were found in or on the hand warmers.

2343 - Noise Disturbance – Caller reported her neighbor’s children were keeping her awake. An officer advised the neighbor of the complaint.
 
Unalaska Department of Public Safety: Police Blotter
K9 training at police academy in Pakistan

12 May, Sunday
1228 - Animal – Feral cat turned in for destruction.

1620 - Impound – Business owner asked for assistance contacting the owner of a vehicle either abandoned or illegally parked on their property.

1918 - Noise Disturbance – Officers responded to a noise disturbance at a Unisea bunkhouse. The loud, drunken woman who made the complaint was unable to identify who had been disturbing her sleep.

2311 - Suspicious Person/Activity – A man reported being threatened by another man, of whom he was able to provide only a vague description. He asked that officers locate the nondescript suspect and talk to him. Officers were surprisingly unable to positively identify the unremarkable man in question.

13 May, Monday
1352 - Fire Safety – Fire officer inspected a controlled burn amidst concerns that banned substances were being burned.

1608 - Welfare Check – Caller reported a young boy riding a bicycle without supervision. Officers found the young boy’s mother not far behind him.

1716 - Harassment – A woman reported having received a very explicit and disturbing phone call from a young man. The woman wished to have the incident documented should there be additional problems.

1828 - Animal – Caller asked police to collect a dead animal in her yard.

1843 - Animal – A dog that had bitten a child in the leg was taken to UDPS for quarantine, since it did not have a current rabies vaccination. The dog’s owner elected to turn the dog over to UDPS following the quarantine period.

2122 - Fire Safety – Caller reported smoke from a residence across the valley, but was unsure whether the smoke was from a controlled burn or something else. An officer determined the homeowner was burning scrap plywood.

2246 - Fire Safety – Fire personnel responded to the apartment of a woman who reported that her smoke alarm was beeping incessantly.

2247 - Assistance Rendered - 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.

2253 - Alarms – Fire personnel responded to the apartment of a woman who reported that her smoke alarm was beeping incessantly.

14 May, Tuesday
0414 - Traffic Crime – Caller reported heavily-laden construction vehicles were speeding on Ballyhoo Road. An officer responded, confirmed that the trucks were speeding, and told the company manager their drivers should take more care.

1304 - Assistance Rendered – Officers conducted a civil stand-by so a woman could collect her personal belongings from her former residence.

1332 - Traffic Crime – A different caller reported heavily-laden construction vehicles were still speeding on Ballyhoo Road.

1358 - Fire Response – 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.

1359 - Assistance Rendered – Officers assisted fire personnel with a search for the source of a petrochemical odor. They found it.

1540 - Lost Property – A brown leather wallet.

2034 - Warrant Arrest – Brian J. Scully, of Unalaska, turned himself in on an outstanding warrant for Failure to Appear.

2246 - Animal – Loose dog, impounded.

2312 - Noise Disturbance – Caller reported a neighbor doing some noisy home repairs late at night. An officer contacted the homeowner and advised him of the complaint.

15 May, Wednesday
0016 - Public Safety – Officer contacted a man whose attempts to hitchhike had caused concern for a motorist and advised him of same.

0758 - Animal – Lost dog, found and retrieved by owner.

0837 - Ambulance Request – EMS provided care and transport for a woman with chest pains.

1218 - Ambulance Request – EMS provided care and transport for a woman with renal problems.

1219 - Assistance Rendered – Officers assisted EMS with a patient.

16 May, Thursday
0427 - Trespass – Officers responded to a residence wherein a drunken mother and her husband were attempting to evict their argumentative, adult son. Officers advised the parents to contact the court regarding an eviction notice.

0616 - Assault – Caller reported a felony assault that had occurred approximately one week earlier involving two coworkers, monies owed, and a beer bottle. The caller wished simply to have the incident documented.

1234 - Harassment – Caller reported having been harassed at, threatened at and fired from his previous place of employment, in October of last 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.

1817 - Animal – Caller reported a dog had been struck by a car. An officer spoke with the pet owners and obtained a description of the suspect driver and vehicle.

1840 - Animal – Request to borrow a kennel.

1858 - Suicide – Officers responded to a residence wherein a man had allegedly attempted to harm himself. The man was relieved of any potential weapons and was turned over to EMS personnel for care and transport.

1912 - Ambulance Request – EMS personnel provided care and transport for a man with minor self-inflicted injuries.

2059 - Animal – Beached sea lion. ADF&G and the Alaska Sea Life Center were notified.

2205 - Trespass – Officer issued a trespass advisement, per Unisea Security, to a woman no longer welcome on Unisea property.

17 May, Friday
1152 - Ambulance Request – EMS personnel provided care and transport for a man who had fallen and hurt his ankle.

1153 - Assistance Rendered – Officer assisted EMS with a patient.

1312 - Animal – Dog turned over for adoption.

1335 - Assist Other Agency – Officer conducted a taxi meter inspection.

1816 - Assist Other Agency – Officer conducted a breath test for a man as part of his conditions of release.

1931 - Medevac -

18 May, Saturday
0029 - Animal – Loose dog.

0256 - Assault – Skipper I. Kouch, 44 yoa, of Hawaii, was arrested on one count of Assault IV after he punched another man in the face several times. Kouch told officer the victim had made him cry.

1222 - Impound – Officer impounded a vehicle abandoned on construction property.

1349 - Animal – Another caller reported a dead sea lion on the beach.

1504 - Animal – Two dead eagles.

1642 - Fire Response – Fire personnel responded to a tundra fire on the hill above the Dutch Harbor Post Office. No property damage was reported.

1702 - Ambulance Request – EMS personnel stood by at the scene of a fire response.

1706 - Assistance Rendered – Officers assisting at a fire scene contacted a vagrant who had been living in a shack on top of the burned hill.

2009 - Drunk Disturbance – Officers contacted an angry, belligerent man who had been refused service at a liquor store due to his state of intoxication. The man was handcuffed until officers were able to determine that he had not committed any crimes.

2011 - Trespass – Officers issued a trespass advisement, per Unisea Security, to an angry, belligerent drunk who was no longer welcome on Unisea property.

2053 - Welfare Check – Officers checked on a woman who a caller believed might be in need of assistance, and determined she did not require any help.

2312 - DUI – Jonathan L. Fulton, 53 yoa, of Unalaska, was arrested for Driving under the Influence after officers found him passed out behind the wheel of his pickup. Fulton was later charged with Refusal to Submit to a Chemical Test when he was unable to provide a breath sample.


 
Home-grown Helly Hansen
Lorin Alford, Jocelyn Honan and Eliesia Ahola decided that the weather was not going to stop them from their play date! You can tell they are true Alaskan's with their improvised protective outfits against the inclement weather! Rain gear and Plastic baggies duct taped on their feet, neither Rain nor snow nor sleet nor hail will keep the girls from having a great time! (Submitted by Jeanne Alford)
 
Unalaska Department of Public Safety: Police Blotter
Jimi Hendrix, arrested in Toronto for possession of marijuana

5 May, Sunday
0043 - Suspicious Person/Activity -

0211 - Theft – Another item, this one an iPhone, was turned in to UDPS after the owner realized she had purchased it from a man recently charged with stealing a laptop computer from incoming mail and package shipments. Under investigation.

0235 - Drunk Disturbance – Officer spoke with two men who were having difficulty communicating amicably with one another, and determined that no crime had yet occurred. The two men subsequently departed the area.

1228 - MVA Injury – Officers investigated a previously unreported motor vehicle accident after a woman reported having been injured when the passenger seat airbag deployed. Subsequent investigation indicated Killian J. Baker, 19 yoa, of Unalaska, was speeding through a populous residential area when he lost control of his vehicle and hit a barrier, injuring his passenger and causing damage to both his vehicle and the barrier. Charges of Reckless Endangerment and Leaving the Scene of an Accident pending.

1539 - Ambulance Request – EMS personnel provided care and transport for a woman complaining of chest pain.

1548 - Assistance Rendered – Officer assisted EMS personnel with a loquacious patient complaining of chest pain.

1609 - DUI – Caller reported a possibly intoxicated driver. Officers learned, prior to contacting the suspect driver, that the suspect vehicle was driven by a young woman whose father was teaching her to drive. The father-daughter team was given some advice on safe locations at which to learn vehicle-handling basics.

1650 - Assistance Rendered – Officer advised the driver of a poorly parked vehicle that he was impeding the flow of traffic. The man moved forthwith.

1818 - Ambulance Request – EMS personnel provided care and transport for a man who had suddenly collapsed.

1818 - Assistance Rendered – Officers assisted EMS personnel with a patient.

1950 - Assistance Rendered – Officers helped a man who was under court-ordered conditions not to contact his brother.

2023 - DUI – Caller reported a possibly intoxicated driver. An officer contacted the suspect driver and determined she was not impaired by drugs or alcohol.

2031 - Medevac

2303 - Assistance Rendered – Officer contacted an inebriated man on the roadway to ensure he was capable of returning home safely. The inebriate left in a taxi.

6 May, Monday
0858 - Burn Permit

0945 - Assistance Rendered – Officers spoke with an estranged wife who was incensed that her husband was allowing another woman to live in a house and drive a vehicle legally controlled by both the husband and wife. The wife insinuated there might be negative repercussions if the other woman were still present when the wife returns. The officer advised the wife against this course of action.

1753 - Animal – Injured eagle. AST notified.

7 May, Tuesday
0202 - Theft – Anchorage police spoke with UDPS regarding an alleged theft of several thousand dollars from a gate-checked bag.

1059 - Suspicious Person/Activity – Caller reported having received what appeared to be scam email, advising her that she had an unpaid traffic ticket in a state she had never visited. An officer was able to confirm that the email was a scam and that the caller had no outstanding traffic violations.

1144 - Animal – Loose dog.

1209 - Theft – Gas station employee reported a man had driven away without paying for nearly $70 worth of gas. The suspect, who was known to the employee, told police that an unidentified man had agreed to pay for his gas and had then reneged on the agreement. The suspect was given, per gas station management request, until the end of the week to resolve the matter.

1503 - Disorderly Conduct – A drunken and belligerent patron was removed from the Airport Restaurant after he began yelling and pounding his table. Officers removed the man and issued a trespass advisement per restaurant management.

1606 - Drunk Disturbance – Samuel Kulang, 32 yoa, of Tennessee, was arrested for Criminal Trespass I and Resisting Arrest after he refused to leave the vessel on which he had been previously employed. Kulang struggled with officers and threatened to take their weapons while being handcuffed.

2329 - Assault – Boarding house resident reported a man had just been beaten with a stick. Responding officers found that the victim had been struck across the side and back of his head with a 2x4 after he and a companion were accused by a vehicle owner of somehow damaging said vehicle. Several witnesses provided information which lead to the arrest of Jason A. Anderson, 41 yoa, of Unalaska, on one count of Assault II.

2330 - Ambulance Request – EMS personnel provided care and transport for a man who was confused and bleeding from a head wound after being struck with a 2x4.

2333 - Trespass – Officer issued a trespass advisement, per Unisea Security, to a woman no longer welcome on their property.

8 May, Wednesday
1038 - Burn Permit -

1304 - MVA Damage – A young driver struck a parked vehicle in the high school parking lot, causing minor damage to both vehicles.

1640 - Traffic Crime – Complaint about a parked vehicle impeding traffic. The vehicle had been moved by the time an officer arrived on scene.

1928 - DUI – Shane K. Lewis, 33 yoa, of Washington, was arrested for Driving under the Influence after officers responded to a complaint about a driver revving his engine and disturbing the peace of the neighborhood. Officers found Lewis in the cab of his van, slumped over in the seat. Lewis displayed obvious signs of intoxication and was subsequently taken into custody.

2056 - Animal – Loose dog.

9 May, Thursday
0525 - Trespass – Officer issued a trespass advisement per Unisea Security to a man no longer welcome on Unisea property.

1442 - Suspicious Person/Activity – Business owner reported scrap metal had been stolen sporadically from his property over the past several years, and today he saw a truck leaving the area of his property with scrap metal in the bed. The business owner did not wish for any action to be taken.

1813 - Weapons – Homeowner found, after returning from a lengthy vacation, that at least two of his long guns had their stocks sawn off and the body stolen. Under investigation.

1934 - Environmental – Officer moved a metal drum from the middle of the roadway.

10 May, Friday
1004 - Burn Permit -

1012 - MVA Damage – A driver struck a post in the parking lot at the airport, causing considerable damage to his company vehicle. The driver denied having been speeding or distracted, and told the investigating officer that the vehicle accelerated by itself and the brakes failed.

1022 - Assistance Rendered – Officer contacted the owner of a vehicle abandoned in the Alaska Ship Supply parking lot and advised him to remove it, per store management.

1154 - Found Property – A wallet, subsequently reunited with its owner courtesy of the finder.

1447 - Suspicious Person/Activity – Citizen conducting clean-up activities on Little South America found drug paraphernalia.

1523 - Trespass – Property owner reported two vehicles had been left on his property; one of them appeared to be in use as a residence. An officer contacted the persons responsible for the vehicles to remove their vehicles from the property.

1603 - Burn Permit -

1724 - Animal – Caller reported a possibly feral feline with no collar was seen near a dumpster. An officer patrolled the area without finding the felonious feline.

2015 - Environmental – A drum of diesel spilled near a local business. USCG and DEC were advised of the spill.

2026 - Fire Response – Fire volunteers responded to a minor hazardous materials spill and assisted with containment efforts.

2038 - Ambulance Request – EMS volunteers responded to a minor hazardous materials spill.

2313 - Theft – Caller reported a laptop computer had been stolen during shipping. Information passed on to officers investigating a string of other laptop thefts.

11 May, Saturday
0222 - Trespass – Officer reminded a man who had earlier been issued a trespass advisement what were the acceptable areas of Unisea for him to visit.

0237 - Ambulance Request – EMS personnel provided care and transport for a man who had fallen and hit his nose.

0325 - Assistance Rendered – Officer assisted EMS personnel with a patient.

0429 - Trespass – Officer issued a trespass advisement, per Unisea Security, to a man no longer welcome at Unisea’s liquor establishments.

0818 - Theft – Vehicle owner reported his truck, left with a key broken in the ignition, had been stolen. An officer located the vehicle several miles away.

0936 - Animal – Request to borrow a pet carrier.

1009 - Animal – Dog bite.

1058 - Burn Permit -

1344 - MVA Damage – A young, unlicensed driver struck a parked vehicle in the high school parking lot.

1421 - Suspicious Person/Activity – A citizen reported having received a strange phone call from a man purporting to represent the DEA. An officer researched the information provided in the phone call and determined the call was part of a scam.

1510 - Assault – John R. Hardesty III, 47 yoa, of Anchorage, was arrested on one count of Assault IV after his behavior upon being denied boarding of his flight caused an airline employee to fear for her safety. Hardesty attempted to knee an officer in the face while he was being arrested and was charged with a second count of Assault IV.

1554 - Assistance Rendered – A homeless, jobless man asked for assistance finding a place to stay. An officer provided him with phone numbers for some people and organizations that occasionally offer aid to people stranded in Unalaska.

2044 - Found Property – A man’s ring.

2155 - Trespass – A man initially reported as having violated a trespass order was found not to be in violation, as the order had expired some time earlier.

2325 - Trespass – Officer issued a current trespass advisement, per Unisea Security, to a man who was still not welcome on Unisea property.
 
Unalaska Department of Public Safety: Police Blotter
Riot control in Newcastle, England.

28 April, Sunday
0228 - Welfare Check – Officer dispatched to the location from which a 911 hang-up call had been received. Prior to the officer’s arrival, Dispatch was able to confirm there was no emergency.

0857 - Welfare Check – Caller asked for assistance getting an emergency message to her brother, who is at sea on board a fishing vessel. USCG was able to contact the vessel.

1651 - Lost Property – A cell phone, found a short time later.

1657 - Release Conditions – Officer checked on a man recently released from jail.

2232 - Noise Disturbance – Woman and her husband asked for assistance with their neighbors, whose music was loud and who was ignoring their requests to turn down the volume. An officer contacted the suspect merry-maker and asked that he turn down his music.

29 April, Monday
0106 - Noise Disturbance – Caller reported construction work on a nearby house was keeping him awake. An officer contacted the men at the construction site and advised them of the complaint. The men agreed to cease work for the evening.

0732 - Burn Permit

1024 - Fire Response – An automated fire alarm was received. Employees there phoned to advise it was a false alarm.

1359 - Assistance Rendered – Officers helped locate a man whose mother believed he may have had a medical emergency. The intoxicated man advised he was not in need of any assistance, but accepted the medication his mother had sent for him.

1520 - Burn Permit

1526 - Suspicious Person/Activity – Caller reported that a woman who has obtained a protective order against him appears to be trying to set him up for a violation, and asked that officers conduct additional patrols of the areas that he frequents.

1855 - Release Conditions – Officer investigated a complaint that a woman may have violated her release conditions by purchasing alcohol. No alcohol or other violations were noted.

1927 - Liquor Law Violation – A young man was cited for Minor in Possession after officers found beer in the house which he shares with a felony probationer. The young man admitted to ownership of the alcohol.

2313 - Assistance Rendered – A drunken caller asked for assistance removing a drunken woman from his residence. The woman left the area.

30 April, Tuesday
0237 - Suspicious Person/Activity – Caller reported a vehicle apparently abandoned on a dock with the door open and lights on. Officers were able to contact an out-of-town representative for the company-owned vehicle, and obtained permission to secure the vehicle pending its being removed by a responsible party. There was no evidence that the vehicle had been stolen.

0914 - Ambulance Request – EMS personnel provided care and transport for a patient.

0916 - Assistance Rendered – Officer assisted EMS with a patient.

1052 - Suspicious Person/Activity – Homeowner reported a vehicle was parked in front of her tenant’s home, with its lights on, and asked that officers determine why the vehicle was on her property. Officers determined the vehicle was being driven by a person who was visiting the caller’s tenant.

1250 - Fire Safety – Fire officer investigated a complaint that a business was burning prohibited materials, and found that in fact creosote timbers were being burned along with other scrap wood. The business was ordered to extinguish the fire.

1301 - Public Safety – Duane H. Crimmins completed sex offender registration as required by law.

1320 - PC Mental – A suicidal patient was held at UDPS pending additional mental evaluations.

1401 - Suspicious Person/Activity – Officers investigated complaints made by various parties to a Protective Order, but were unable to substantiate claims that some parties were purposefully causing problems for the other.

1421 - Trespass – Unisea Security asked officers to issue a trespass advisement to a man who had caused multiple problems several days earlier. An officer advised that the subject in question had left the island.

1522 - Sexual Assault/Offense – Officer discovered information indicating that a woman, who has since left the island, may have been sexually assaulted several months ago. Under investigation.

1 May, Wednesday
1114 - Theft – Another report of a person having ordered but never received a laptop computer. Under investigation.

1151 - Assistance Rendered – A harried mother brought her daughter to UDPS because the child’s tantrums were becoming increasingly exasperating. An officer deputized the little girl and encouraged her to set a good example – which did not include tantrums – for other children.

1420 - Assistance Rendered – Officer provided a concerned citizen with information regarding possession of firearms by convicted felons.

1656 - Lost Property - A laptop computer, missing when the caller’s luggage was lost several months ago.

2007 - Suspicious Person/Activity – A man who had paid for a fraud protection service said he and his wife had received information indicating he had been issued a speeding ticket, and his wife had subsequently sent payment for the ticket. The husband did not recall having ever received a ticket and an officer was able to confirm that no such citation was on his record. The officer gave the husband several points of contact to verify the validity of both the citation and the fraud protection service.

2056 - Animal – An eagle, trapped inside a fishing vessel. AST was notified of the complaint.

2 May, Thursday
0751 - Medevac -

1129 - MVA Damage – A driver pulled into an intersection without adequately checking for oncoming traffic and collided with a driver in the opposing lane. Damages were minor and no injuries were reported.

1155 - Environmental – Two callers reported 20-40 eagles feasting on discarded fish fillets conveniently left in the back of a pickup truck, and the sheer number of eagles made it difficult for other drivers to safely access vehicles parked nearby. An officer scared the eagles away and advised the owner of the pickup to properly dispose of the fish.

1252 - Theft – Liquor store employee reported two customers had attempted to steal a bottle of cheap whiskey. The thief then offered to pay for the bottle of whiskey but refused to wait for police. The store did not wish to pursue charges and asked only that the couple be told not to patronize their facility for 72 hours.

1326 - Burn Permit -

2239 - Drunk Disturbance – A home drunk reported that a visiting drunk had struck him in the face. When police arrived at the home drunk’s residence, he said he had no desire to pursue charges against his assailant. The officer advised the visiting drunk to leave. She did.

3 May, Friday
0355 - Theft – An officer convinced a man who had reported his backpack was stolen from a foyer while he was outside smoking, that he really ought to check the last place he had been before he stepped outside to smoke. Though the victim was certain his backpack could not possibly be there, he was pleasantly surprised to find that in fact it was, with all items intact.

0934 - Civil – A man with limited English believed he may have been fired from his job. With the help of an interpreter and a phone call to the man’s supervisor, an officer was able to determine there had simply been a misunderstanding and the man was eligible to continue working.

1022 - Theft – Another possible victim in a string of laptop thefts was identified.

1023 - Theft – A man who may have purchased a stolen laptop computer provided information to UDPS. Under investigation.

1631 - Trespass – Officer issued a trespass advisement to a customer who had behaved badly when he was stuck with the bill for several of his good friends, all of whom had left without paying.

1632 - Animal – Loose dog.

1826 - Theft – Taxi driver reported a customer had refused to pay his fare. An officer contacted the suspect, who borrowed the money and subsequently paid the fare.

1908 - Assistance Rendered – Officer helped a driver move a disabled vehicle from the roadway.

2006 - DUI – Officers investigating a complaint about a possibly intoxicated driver found the suspect driver and determined that though he was not impaired by alcohol he was also not validly licensed.

2028 - Traffic Crime – Shane M. Wicke, 36 yoa, of Unalaska, was arrested on one count of Driving while License Suspended/Revoked after officers investigating another crime stopped him and determined he was not validly licensed.

4 May, Saturday
0907 - Theft – Steven Jay West, 52 yoa, of Utah, was arrested on one count of Concealment of Merchandise after he attempted to steal a bottle of liquor from the Alaska Ship Supply liquor store. Store management stated this was not the first time West had committed this act.

1000 - Suspicious Person/Activity – Security Officer turned over a purse containing a considerable amount of cash after the employee to whom the purse had been entrusted became uncomfortable with the responsibility for such a large sum.

2028 - Traffic Crime – An officer contacted driver Kevin Sorenson after receiving a complaint about him speeding and driving recklessly. Sorenson admitted to speeding and to smoking marijuana only a few minutes before being contacted by police. Charges pending.

1918 - Drunk Disturbance – Officers escorted an intoxicated and unpleasant man from a boarding house where he had been causing problems with legitimate tenants.

1938 - Animal – Loose dog.

1939 - MVA Damage – A driver whose accelerator became stuck rolled down General’s Hill, turning over several times before coming to a stop. Minor injuries were reported at the time.

1941 - DUI – Caller reported a possibly intoxicated driver. Officers contacted the suspect and found that he was not intoxicated but rather a new driver using an iPod and cell phone while attempting to safely control several thousand pounds of metal and rubber. The officer issued the young man a warning.

2001 - Ambulance Request – EMS personnel provided care and transport for a man injured in a rollover accident.

2136 - Assist Other Agency – AST requested use of the UDPS morgue for a body being transported from Akutan to Anchorage.
 
 
Unalaska Department of Public Safety: Police Blotter
A shy Lindsay Lohan is hustled past the paparazzi by her handlers
21 April, Sunday
0100 - Ambulance Request – EMS personnel provided care and transport for a man who had been struck in the head with a rock during an altercation.

0100 - Assault – Officers investigating an assault determined that Johnny Auva’a, 18 yoa, had grabbed a 6-8” diameter rock and struck another man on the head after the victim allegedly made a snide comment about Auva’a’s parentage. Auva’a was arrested for Assault III.

0531 - Harassment – A man called on his sister-in-law’s behalf, explaining that she had received numerous harassing text messages from her nephew’s wife and wanted the communication to cease. An officer called the nephew’s wife and told her to stop.

0933 - Ambulance Request – EMS personnel provided care and transport for an elderly man with a fractured femur.

1051 - Medevac -

1448 - Assistance Rendered – Woman asked officers to tell her estranged husband to quit interrupting her phone calls to their minor son, who was supposed to move to his mother’s home in Arizona. An officer provided the woman with information on how best to resolve their custody situation.

1725 - Public Safety – Caller reported three unsupervised children playing next to a creek.

1837 - Trespass – Property owner expressed concern about gunshots heard on or near her property in recent days, and asked for assistance identifying the person(s) responsible and advising them that her land is posted. Officers tentatively identified the responsible party.

2237 - Disorderly Conduct – 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.

2254 - Ambulance Request – EMS personnel provided care and assistance for a man who had fallen down a small cliff near an apartment building.

2312 - Assistance Rendered – Officer assisted EMS personnel with a patient.

2343 - DUI – Wyatt C. Remick, 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. Remick also failed to stop for police officers until he arrived at the clinic, where he had hoped to visit an injured comrade.

22 April, Monday
0946 - Burn Permit

1014 - Harassment – Man reported that his estranged wife was sending numerous hurtful text messages which were causing him a great deal of stress. An officer suggested that the husband contact the appropriate Arizona law enforcement agency regarding the harassment, or seek a restraining order against his wife.

1121 - Burn Permit

1449 - Traffic Crime – A taxi driver was cited for having failed to stop at a posted intersection.

1809 - Traffic Roads – Officer helped a driver move a disabled vehicle off the roadway.

1932 - Suspicious Person/Activity – Sean M. Hellard, 33 yoa, of Unalaska, was charged with Unsworn Falsification and Driving while license Suspended/Revoked after Hellard was lied about his driving history on an Alaska Driver License application and was observed driving while his license was in a suspended status in both Arkansas and Washington.

1950 - Traffic Roads – 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 option.

2154 - Ambulance Request – EMS personnel provided care and transport for a man suffering an asthma attack.

2202 - Assistance Rendered – Officers assisted EMS personnel with a patient.

23 April, Tuesday
1522 - Burn Permit

2015 - Assistance Rendered – Apartment manager asked for assistance finding the owner of a vehicle that was parked in such a way as to prevent the garbage dumpster from being emptied.

2024 - Suspicious Person/Activity – Woman reported her ex-husband had violated a protective order by contacting her while he was at sea. An officer instructed the woman to contact AST since the violation occurred outside of city jurisdiction.

2036 - Assistance Rendered – 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.

2320 - Commercial Vehicle – Officers contacted the drivers involved in the move of an oversize, overweight load and advised them that the move did not meet the requirements listed on their permit. The move was allowed to continue due to the greater hazards involved in leaving the equipment on the roadside.

24 April, Wednesday
0932 - Fire Safety – Caller reported yellow fluid leaking from a bulk liquids trailer. Fire Officers contacted a responsible party and learned that the fluid was simply fish oil. The responsible party agreed to clean the accumulated fluid.

1249 - Animal – Loose dog.

1605 - Traffic Crime – 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.

1728 - Animal – Missing cat.

2343 - Assistance Rendered – Business employee complained about having been embarrassed by a woman who had pointed out, in front of customers, that the employee’s children were running rampant in a public building. The business employee also felt the woman had misrepresented her position in the building.

25 April, Thursday
0004 - Animal – Caller reported a pet owner had driven to a neighborhood other than her own, and had then allowed her dog to defecate.

0402 - Assault – A bloodied man who was punched in the face multiple times by a comrade, and who required medical care for his injuries, elected not to pursue charges against his friend.

0407 - Ambulance Request – EMS personnel provided care and transport for a man whose nose was bleeding profusely.

0955 - Suspicious Person/Activity – An officer spoke with numerous people regarding the disposition of a trash-filled, damaged pickup that had been left in a business parking lot. The owner of the vehicle was ultimately advised that it would not be accepted as scrap and needed to be moved forthwith.

1111 - Burn Permit

1307 - Medevac

1351 - Suspicious Person/Activity – 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.

1644 - Drunk Disturbance – One of several would-be airline passengers who were denied boarding due their level of intoxication became aggressive with airline personnel and was advised not to enter or remain on any licensed premises this night.

1724 - Harassment – 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.

2044 - Noise Disturbance – Drunken caller reported two young men with a loud vehicle were outside his house, and the noise was disturbing him. An officer contacted the two men and noted that the sound of their vehicle was not significantly different than that of other vehicles.

2256 - Suspicious Person/Activity – Husband reported on his wife’s behalf that she was afraid because someone was knocking at the door to their home. The husband phoned back a short time later and said the visitor was his brother.

26 April, Friday
1534 - Traffic Roads – An impatient driver miscalculated while driving around another, left-turning driver and proceeded to slip from the shoulder of the road into a ditch. Another driver helped pull her vehicle back on the roadway. No injuries were reported.

1556 - Suspicious Person/Activity – Officer contacted a driver after receiving a report that he may have been driving without a valid license, and learned that the driver was validly licensed and his passenger was attempting to reinstate an expired license.

1635 - Custody – AST brought to the Unalaska jail a man they had arrested on two felony warrants.

1755 - Ambulance Request – EMS personnel provided care and transport for a man who had hurt himself while driving a snowmobile.

1756 - Assistance Rendered – Officer assisted EMS personnel with a patient.

27 April, Saturday
0122 - Disorderly Conduct – An officer investigated a minor brawl after being flagged down by a bar employee, and learned that two crewmen had engaged in fisticuffs after one accused the other of failing to pull his own weight at work. The victim did not wish to pursue charges.

0125 - Trespass – Two men who had been fighting were issued trespass advisements, per Unisea Security.

0151 - Criminal Mischief – 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.

0211 - Ambulance Request – EMS personnel provided care and transport for a child having difficulty breathing.

0216 - Assistance Rendered – Officer assisted EMS with a patient.

0709 - Suspicious Person/Activity – Business employee reported a stranger sleeping in a company vehicle. An officer contacted the occupant, who said he had taken shelter in the truck the previous night in order to sleep off the copious amount of alcohol he had imbibed the previous evening.

1015 - Suspicious Person/Activity – Caller provided information regarding a theft. Under investigation.

1416 - Assist Other Agency – Officers conducted a compliance check on felony probationer, per Kenai Probation. Some minor violations were observed and were relayed to the man’s probation officer.

1428 - Animal – Caller requested assistance removing a number of cats from under her house.

1554 - Suspicious Person/Activity – Complaint about a slow-moving vehicle impeding traffic. An officer contacted the suspect driver and discovered she was just learning to drive. She and her teacher were advised to drive more carefully.

1807 - Drunk Disturbance – An exceedingly intoxicated and obnoxious man ate food belonging to an inebriated restaurant patron and his sidekick, and challenged those present to do something about his behavior. None of those so affected wished to pursue charges against the drunk and he was advised simply not to return to any licensed establishments this night.

1819 - MVA Damage – A driver backed into a parked and unoccupied vehicle, causing minor damage and no injuries.

1849 - Drunk Disturbance – A drunk who was returning to his hotel room after having been barred from all liquor establishments had such difficulty walking up the stairs that officers were called to assist. The drunk, who was ultimately evicted from the hotel and all other Unisea venues, was unappreciative of the efforts to help him.

1958 - Trespass – Officer issued a trespass advisement to a drunk, per the Airport Restaurant.

2003 - Assault – The drunk returned to the Airport and proceeded to engage in a fight with one of the inebriated men whose food he had stolen earlier, hitting the inebriate on the side of the head and making snide comments about his parentage. The drunk was able to provide the investigating officer with only a two-word response when asked what had occurred. Greg Anthony Tamsy, 46 yoa, of California, was arrested on one count Assault IV and one count Harassment II.

2130 - Drunk Disturbance – The aforementioned inebriate and his equally intoxicated sidekick continued on their way to a grocery store, where they proceeded to yell at various employees. None of those so affected wished to pursue charges. The inebriate was advised not to enter or remain on any licensed premises this night.

2156 - Drunk Disturbance – The inebriate and his trusty sidekick went directly to a licensed premise, where the inebriate was refused service due to his level of intoxication and immediately became uncooperative with bar staff. Justin A. Williams, Jr., 25 yoa, of Washington, was arrested on one count of Drunken Person on Licensed Premise.
 
Unalaska Department of Public Safety: Police Blotter
Jim Morrison's mug shot


14 April, Sunday
0043 - Warrant Arrest- James C Kirchner, 43 y.o.a. from Unalaska, arrested for FTA, original charge DUI.

0112 - Trespass- Local business requested a 72 hour trespass order be instated against an individual.

0154 - Drunk Disturbance- Officers assisted with three drunken individuals who had overstayed their welcome. All three left in a jovial mood.

0229 - Lost Property- Lost wallet reported.

0441 - Suspicious Person/Activity- Caller reported that an individual had threatened to kill him. Officers contacted the complainant who could not articulate how he came about the belief that he was going to be killed nor could he state why he thought the other individual wanted to kill him. The suspect had no clue what the officers or the complainant were talking about. It is believed that sleep deprivation played a role in this incident.

1046 - Trespass- Local business requested a 72 hour trespass order be instated against an individual.

1823 - Disorderly Conduct- Officers received a call concerning two individuals arguing loudly. Officers contacted one of the involved parties and advised him to not let the argument escalate.

1920 - Release Conditions- Jeffrey Hayes, 33 y.o.a from Unalaska, arrested for Violating Conditions of Release. Hayes was contacted in regards to an argument. He was found to have partaken of alcohol licentiously.

2213 - Traffic Roads- Icy road conditions reported to the Roads Department.

15 April, Monday

0405 - Traffic Roads- Ice and snow accumulation on the roads reported to Roads Department.

1342 - Suspicious Person/Activity- Local business requested officer walk-throughs due to a patron who made all who he had contact with feel uneasy.

1359 - Theft- Caller reported the theft of some jewelry that was left in a plastic grocery bag. Investigation continues.

1412 - Animal- Chihuahua turned in to Public Safety.

1438 - Welfare Check- 911 misdial investigated. No emergent situation was found.

1920 - Assistance Rendered- Officers responded to a residence to assist a very intoxicated individual in removing an unknown and unwanted guest. The complainant pointed to an individual on the floor, stating, “I don’t know that dude and he has to go.” The dude was none other then a drunken female whom the complainant has known for most of his life. The complainant refused to believe that the “dude” was not a “dude.” Officers were eventually able to convince him of the identity of the “Dudette” and all was again well in his world.

1924 - Ambulance Request- EMS responded to an unresponsive intoxicated female.

16 April, Tuesday
1109 - Impound- Officers initiated a vehicle impound.

1347 - Burn Permit- Alaska Ship Supply issued a burn permit.

1448 - Suspicious Person/Activity- Case opened concerning a person who has been creating high levels of concern at several locations in town.

1748 - DUI- James Rush, 45 y.o.a from Palmer AK, arrested for DUI after being contacted by an off duty officer at a local grocery store. Rush subsequently provided a breath sample which revealed a BrAC of .275.

1752 - Traffic Crime- Investigation initiated into the fraudulent use of vehicle registration tabs.

1909 - DUI- Officers contacted an individual who had come to Public Safety to bail out a recent arrestee. She was contacted because she had alcohol on her breath and stated she had driven up to the Department. It turns out she didn’t drive.

2033 - Assistance Rendered- Caller requested assistance in passing on an emergency message.

17 April, Wednesday
0147 - DUI- Officer initiated a DUI investigation which was found to be unfounded.

0932 - Theft- Caller reported a theft of a rifle and a debit card. Investigation continues.

1044 - Suspicious Person/Activity- Caller reported suspected drug activity in town. Investigation continues.

2342 - Suspicious Person/Activity- Caller reported suspected drug activity at a local bar. Investigation continues.

18 April, Thursday
0600 - Welfare Check- The captain of a vessel at dock reported a missing crew member. The crew member was last seen on the back deck smoking a cigarette. After an exhaustive search of the area around the dock and shoreline, the errant crew member arrived back at the boat after a night of liberal libation.

0718 - Animal- A lost black lab was turned in to Public Safety and subsequently returned to its owner.

1333 - Harassment- Caller reported that a known female had entered her place of employment and verbally debased her in front of her coworkers. Investigation continues.

1532 - Animal- Caller reported a dog at large. Officers were unable to locate the canine.

1637 - Assist Other Agency- Officers assisted the Anchorage Police Department in contacting an assault suspect who was avoiding contact.

1729 - Animal- An old yellow lab was impounded for chasing cars. He was subsequently released to his owner.

2139 - Traffic Roads- Caller reported a large boulder obstructing traffic. An officer responded and with herculean effort pushed the boulder out of the roadway.

19 April, Friday
0538 - Traffic Roads- Caller reported a landslide had blocked the road. The Road’s Department was contacted and responded with a front end loader.

1038 - Fire Safety- Two and a half cases of smoke flares turned in for disposal.

20 April, Saturday
0005 - Noise Disturbance- Caller reported neighbors were having a loud party. An officer responded and found the revelers to be reveling to the bebop beat of a fancy new karaoke machine. The partiers were asked to keep the noise to a minimum.

1223 - Lost Property- Lost wallet reported.

1254 - Animal- Caller reported a dead eagle. The appropriate agency was advised.

1848 - Ambulance Request- EMS responded to a report of a 12 y.o. female who had fallen on a hill and injured her hip.

1852 - Assistance rendered- Officers assisted with an EMS call.

1906 - Animal- Caller reported a dead eagle. The appropriate agency was advised.
 
UCHS senior semi-finalist for Presidential Scholar award
Aidan Bobbitt
Unalaska City High School senior Aidan Bobbitt has been named a semi-finalist in the nation-wide competition to select 140 U.S. Presidential Scholars. Aidan is one of 550 chosen from a group of 3900. The selectors look for superior achievement academically, leadership qualities, personal character, and involvement in community and school activities.

The Presidential Scholars Program recognizes and honors some of the country’s most distinguished graduating high school seniors. It was created in 1964 by executive order of the president and is one of the highest honors a high school student can attain.
The Commission on Presidential Scholars will select one young man and one young woman from each state, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and US students living abroad. Additionally, up to 20 students representing the visual, literary and performing arts are selected as well.

In June the scholars travel to Washington, DC for the award ceremony and to participate in events held in their honor. The expense-paid trip gives the students an opportunity to meet with government officials and other luminaries and to visit museums and monuments and to ride the excellent Washington subway.
The final list of scholars will be announced in May.

Aidan is the son of Sonia Handforth-Kome and Chris Bobbitt.

Dutch Harbor Telegraph 22 April 2013
 
Unalaska Department of Public Safety: Police Blotter
Captains of the NYPD, 1901

7 April, Sunday
0038 - Disorderly Conduct- Gale Dushkin, 47 y.o.a. from Unalaska, arrested for Disorderly Conduct.

0304 - Disorderly Conduct- Thomas Snow, 38 y.o.a. from Wasilla, arrested for Disorderly Conduct.

0351 - Trespass- Business requested a 6 month trespass order be instated against an individual.

0542 - Trespass- Business requested a 72 hour trespass order be instated against an individual.

0827 - Welfare Check- Individual requested a welfare check on 2 dipsomaniac brothers. The brothers were found to be fine.

0845 - Drunk Disturbance- A drunken individual requested that officers remove two other drunk individuals from his residence. The officer found that the drunks in question had vacated the residence prior to the officer’s arrival.

0851 - MVA-Damage- Maria Perez, 23 y.o.a. from Oregon, charged with Failure to Give Immediate Notice of Accident after she crashed through her neighbor’s new fence.

1735 - Trespass- Business requested a 6 month trespass order be instated against an individual.

2015 - Animal- Feral car turned into Public Safety.

2016 - Animal- 2 dogs reported to be running in traffic. Officer was unable to locate the wayward canines.

8 April, Monday
0913 - Public Safety- Robert Marshall Knapp Jr. reported to Public Safety to complete his Sex Offender Registration.

1017 - Burn Permit- North Pacific Fuel issued a burn permit.

1428 - Impound- Abandoned vehicle that was impeding commerce was impounded.

1714 - Trespass- Caller requested officers remove an overly intoxicated person from her residence. Officers determined that the individual was intoxicated to such an extent that he needed to be seen at the clinic. Individual was transported to the clinic for care.

1729 - Ambulance Request- EMS responded and assisted with an unresponsive patient.

1820 - Impound- Vehicle impounded from private property.

2005 - Animal- Officers responded to a report of a dog at large.

2024 - Drunk Disturbance- Officers responded to a bunkhouse to investigate a report of an individual running through the halls screaming and threatening people. The individual was contacted singing loudly in his room. He denied any aggressive behavior and was warned against disturbing his neighbors.

2213 - Public Safety- Jeffery Barnes reported to Public Safety to complete his Sex Offender Registration.

9 April, Tuesday
1522 - Lost Property- Lost wallet reported.

1834 - Drug Law Violation- Information received concerning illegal drug activity. Investigation continues.

10 April, Wednesday
0203 - Ambulance Request- EMS responded and assisted a 45 y.o. male with burns to his feet.

0207 - Assistance Rendered- Officers assisted with an EMS call.

1223 - Lost Property- Wallet lost, found, and returned to owner.

1322 - Assistance Rendered- Officers assisted in corralling a couple of escape artists, a 2 y.o. and a 4 y.o. Both had snuck out of their residence in an attempt to make it to a friend’s house. The wanderers were reunited with their parents who had been searching for them.

1539 - Theft- Caller reported a former employee had made charges to the company account. Officers assisted the two parties in reaching a civil agreement.

11 April, Thursday
0105 - Drunk Disturbance- Officers intervened in a disturbance between two “brothers” who had been exchanging some “brotherly love” in the guise of a pugilistic engagement. As the two brothers were not in fact actual brothers and neither wished to pursue charges, both were placed into separate taxis and sent on their way.

0541 - Traffic Roads- Road’s Chief contacted due to an accumulation of snow on the roadway.

1318 - Suspicious Person/Activity- Officers responded to City Hall to assist with an overly agitated individual. The individual was very vocal in his dissatisfaction in recent treatment by Public Safety. The individual was loud but not threatening and such was afforded his First Amendment Right to free speech.

1450 - MVA- Damage- Officers investigated a hit and run accident. Investigation continues.

12 April, Friday
0208 - Assistance Rendered- Officers assisted a stranded motorist who had become stuck in the snow on Overland Drive.

4449 - Traffic Roads- Road’s Chief contacted due to an accumulation of snow on the roadway.

1350 - Found Property- A lost debit card was turned into Public Safety.

1440 - Animal- Feral cat turned into Public Safety.

1529 - Suspicious Person/Activity- Officers were requested to contact an individual who had set up a semi-permanent camp on private property. The individual was contacted and agreed to relocate his camp.

1624 - Suspicious Person/Activity- Officers are investigating a report of an individual who had violated a no contact order from the court.

13 April, Saturday
0022 - Noise Disturbance- A noise disturbance was reported at a local processing plant. The complaint was dealt with by the processing plant’s security officer before Officers arrived.

0319 - Trespass- Business requested a 72 hour trespass order be instated against an individual.

0607 - Alarm- Officers investigated an alarm at a local business. Nothing was found to be amiss.

1224 - Animal- A stray cat was turned in to Public Safety and subsequently adopted out.

1840 - Suspicious Person/Activity- Complainant reported a strange piece of metal on the beach. An officer responded and confirmed the presence of a strange piece of metal. None involved could identify the nature of the strange piece of metal but determined it was not a danger.

1927 - MIP Tobacco- Officer contacted a juvenile male for underage smoking. The puffer was warned against such behavior.

2247 - Trespass- Samuel Kulang, 32 y.o.a. from Nashville TN, charged with trespassing.

2356 - Trespass- Business requested a 72 hour trespass order be instated against 3 individuals.
 
Unalaska Department of Public Safety: Police blotter
Restored 1949 Burbank PD black and white


31 March, Sunday
0009 - Assault: Officers responded to a report of an assault at a processing plant. The caller received injury to his face but did not want to pursue charges. The individual that the caller stated had caused the injury denied any involvement. A review of the surveillance video upheld the suspect’s statement and cleared him of any involvement. Further investigation revealed that the caller received the injury in a drunken wrestling match with a different individual that he had reported. He still did not want to pursue charges.

0042 - Domestic Disturbance- Officers were called to mediate a dispute between a father and his 14 y.o son. No crimes appeared to have been committed and both father and son agreed to talk later in the day when calmer heads would prevail.

0210 - DUI- Thomas Green Jr, 33 y.o.a from Kodiak, AK arrested for DUI. He was contacted for speeding and subsequently submitted a sample of his breath which revealed a BrAC of .150.

0241 - Drunk Disturbance- Officers responded to a report of a loud drunken person causing a disturbance. An individual was contacted on the shore screaming incoherently. It was apparent that the individual had been in the water for an unknown amount of time and appeared hypothermic and in need of medical attention.

0246 - Ambulance Request- EMS responded and assisted a 56 y.o male suffering from Hypothermia.

0342 - Domestic Disturbance- Peter Dushkin, 69 y.o.a from Unalaska, arrested for Assault 4th DV.

1912 - Ambulance Request- EMS responded to a report of an adult male suffering an allergic reaction.

1916 - Assistance Rendered- Officer assisted with an EMS call.

1 April, Monday

0747 - Ambulance Request- EMS responded to the Senior Center to assist a patient who had fallen.

0748 - Assistance Rendered- Officer assisted with an EMS call.

0814 - Harassment- Caller stated a customer was being irate and harassing toward her. The customer stated that the caller was always rude to him when he entered the store. Both involved were coached on how better to deal with this type of situation.

0833 - Burn Permit- Coastal Transportation issued a burn permit.

0956 - Suspicious Person/Activity- Dispatch reported that an individual entered the lobby of Public Safety and quickly shoved an unknown package under the mail slot of the service window and walked out without saying anything. The package was found to be property the individual had stolen from Public Safety.

1116 - Traffic Crime- Caller reported that two trucks were parked in such a manner as to obstruct pedestrian traffic. The owners of both trucks were contacted and the nuisances were abated.

1116 - Fire Response- Carbon Monoxide test conducted at a local residence.

1449 - Disorderly Conduct- Officers responded to a local business to assist with a report of an irate customer throwing things inside the store. Officers contacted the customer who said he was upset at the service he was receiving but said he was not trying to break anything. The customer was trespassed from the store.

1539 - Animal- The ACO responded to a report of a loose English Bulldog. The Bulldog was not found.

1541 - Drug Law Violation- Officers are investigating a report of drug use.

1648 - Drug Law Violation- An off duty officer reported seeing individuals smoking marijuana. On duty officers contacted the suspects but were unable to find any remaining marijuana.

1759 - Medevac

1837 - Fire Response- Fire officers responded to a report of a small tundra fire on the back side of Bunker Hill. The fire was extinguished without difficulty.

1838 - Assistance Rendered- Officers assisted with the fire investigation.

2 April, Tuesday
0200 - Trespass- Officers assisted Unisea with implementing a 72 hour trespass order on a disorderly patron.

0339 - Theft- Complainant reported that he had left his wallet inside the bar when he left at closing time. His wallet was subsequently returned to him but the $200 that was inside the wallet was missing. No suspects were located.

0446 - Domestic Disturbance- Officers responded to a residence to investigate a report of a domestic disturbance. Three besotted individuals were contacted. Each of the three reported that the others were causing a disturbance. The mother wanted her son removed from the residence and was told that the police were unable to do so but advised her of the legal process of eviction. The son reported that he believed his friend was trying to have sex with his mother and took appropriate action to stop said sex. The friend advised he was just consoling his friend’s mother and had been thrown through the entertainment center but was uninjured. All were advised that continued disturbances could result in arrest.

0555 - Welfare Check- Officers responded to a report of an individual who may need assistance. The individual, although highly intoxicated, was not in need of any assistance the police could provide.

0509 - Animal- Caller reported a dead Collie in the roadway. The ACO responded and found a deceased fox. The roadway was cleared and the carcass was properly disposed of.

0904 - Animal- Feral cat turned in to Public Safety.

1028 - Suspicious Person/Activity- Caller reported that an individual had turned in a WW II era bomb for disposal. The bomb was stored away from inhabited areas pending disposal by the EOD.

1057 - Assistance Rendered- Officers assisted with an eviction of tenants once a Writ of Assistance was obtained.

1158 - Ambulance Request- EMS assisted with a patient suffering a drug overdose.

1205 - Assistance Rendered- Officers assisted EMS with a medical call.

1434 - Medevac

2004 - Traffic Roads- Complainant reported several small rocks creating a hazard in the roadway near the “S” Curves. An officer responded and removed the rocks from the roadway.

3 April, Wednesday
0945 - Animal- Dog at Large citation issued.

1215 - Traffic Roads- A property owner requested a vehicle be removed from his property. The vehicle was removed prior to officer arrival.

1312 - Unsecured Premise- Officers found a residence which appeared to be unsecure as the front door was wide open and nobody was at home. The homeowners were contacted and it is believed the wind blew the doors open.

1501 - Animal- Caller reported dead eagle. The proper agency was advised.

1605 - DUI- Sheryl Castillo, 56 y.o.a from Unalaska, arrested for DUI after she drove to the police station to retrieve her dog after being advised not to by her friend. She subsequently provided a sample of her breath which revealed a BrAC 0f .165.

2121 - Public Safety- Officer contacted two individuals huddled on the side of the road acting suspiciously. The two stated they were praying for guidance.

4 April, Thursday
0254 - 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 they group was contacted by the police.

0312 - Ambulance Request- EMS responded and assisted with an individual who had fallen on the rocks and injured his head and face.

0611 - Animal- Caller reported a “large like 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.

0843 - Suspicious Person/Activity- suspicious person, not located

1305 - Medevac

1544 - Impound- Individual requested information on impounding vehicles.

2043 - Welfare Check- Caller reported a 3 or 4 y.o. little girl walking along side of the road. The 6 y.o. girl was walking to visit her father.

2126 – Medevac

5 April, Friday
0642 - Ambulance Request- EMS responded and assisted with an 18 y.o. male who suffered face, head, and neck, injury aboard a fishing vessel.

0646 - Assistance Rendered- Officers assisted with a medical call.

1041 - Medevac

1248 - Animal- Feral cat turned in to Public Safety.

2110 - Animal- Individual returned a feline he had adopted previously. The animal was incompatible with the individual’s children.

2246 - Animal- Caller reported she hit an eagle with her car. The eagle was found to be fine and flew away unscathed.

6 April, Saturday
0209 - Taxi Violation- Officer contacted a taxi for driving on the wrong side of the roadway.

0925 - Traffic Roads- Officer responded to a report of a loose manhole cover. The officer confirmed the looseness of the manhole cover and advised the appropriate department.

1101 - Public Safety- Jesse Dale Lara completed his quarterly sex offender registration.

2149 - Traffic Crime- Sean Hellard, 33 y.o.a. from Unalaska, arrested for Driving with a Suspended License.

2314 - Warrant Arrest- Chris Roberts, 21 y.o.a from Fairbanks taken into custody on a bench warrant. During the booking process Roberts was found to be in possession of a small amount of marijuana. Roberts was subsequently charged with MICS 6.

2327 - Disorderly Conduct- Officers received a call from a hysterical drunken female who was stuck “in a cage” and could not get out. Officers discovered the female at a local ball field curled up against the chain link fence screaming into her cell phone. The female requested medical attention.

2346 - Ambulance Request- EMS responded to assist a 47 y.o. female who was requesting assistance for unknown issues.

 
Thursday, 04 April, 2013 •Unalaska Department of Public Safety: Police Blotter
Thursday, 28 March, 2013 •Unalaska Department of Public Safety: Police Blotter
Wednesday, 27 March, 2013 •Xiang Rui Kou with Kulluk aboard heads for Singapore
Tuesday, 26 March, 2013 •Kulluk ready for Singapore
Tuesday, 19 March, 2013 •Kulluk loaded aboard heavy lift transport
Sunday, 17 March, 2013 •Kulluk's heavy lift transport arrives in Unalaska
Wednesday, 13 March, 2013 •Unalska Department of Public Safety: Police blotter
Wednesday, 06 March, 2013 •Unalaska Department of Public Safety: Police Blotter
Tuesday, 26 February, 2013 •Unalaska Department of Public Safety: Police Blotter
Thursday, 21 February, 2013 •Coast Guard rescinds Kulluk Captain of the Port order
Wednesday, 20 February, 2013 •Unalaska Department of Public Safety: Police Blotter
Thursday, 14 February, 2013 •Unalaska Department of Public Safety: Police Blotter
Thursday, 07 February, 2013 •Unalaska Department of Public Safety: Police Blotter
Tuesday, 29 January, 2013 •Unalaska Department of Public Safety: Police blotter
Tuesday, 22 January, 2013 •Unalaska Department of Public Safety: Police Blotter
Tuesday, 15 January, 2013 •Unalaska Department of Public Safety: Police Blotter
Tuesday, 08 January, 2013 •Unalaska Department of Public Safety: Police Blotter
Tuesday, 08 January, 2013 •Coast Guard orders formal marine casualty investigation of Kulluk
Monday, 07 January, 2013 •Kulluk tow update from SPAR
Sunday, 06 January, 2013 •Kulluk is off the beach
Wednesday, 02 January, 2013 •Unalaska Department of Public Safety: Police Blotter
Monday, 31 December, 2012 •Coast Guard crews on site with Kulluk
Saturday, 29 December, 2012 •Coast Guard crews battling fierce storm while assisting Kulluk near Kodiak, Alaska
Friday, 28 December, 2012 •Coast Guard assists Shell towing operation near Kodiak
Thursday, 27 December, 2012 •Unalaska Police Blotter: Unalaska Department of Public Safety
 
 
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