Here are further highlights from the police log of the Unalaska Department of Public Safety. Read more from the log via the Dutch Harbor Telegraph. For background on the UDPS police blotter, see "Unalaska police blotter makes for great Alaska literature" (KTUU, Feb. 16, 2012) and "Dutch Harbor: The police blotter heard 'round the world" (Los Angeles Times, Feb. 5, 2009)
Assault – Victor T. Tamasoaalii, 54 yoa, of Oregon, was arrested for Assault IV after he stormed into the Harborview Bar kitchen, grabbed some culinary knives and threatened the cook for having failed to fulfill his food order.
Assault – Several callers reported two taxi drivers shoving each other and pulling at one another’s hair in the middle of a busy roadway. An officer contacted the various parties involved and was told the altercation was simply a result of a kind-hearted and insistent taxi driver trying to give a ride to an agitated woman who sincerely wanted to walk, not drive, home.
Liquor Law Violation – An underage young man attempting to gain entry to a bar told an officer that he did not know there was a drinking age in Alaska because in his country, the drinking age is whatever one wants it to be. The officer provided the man with relevant information and a warning not to try to enter the bar again.
Traffic Crime – Motorcyclist reported a commercial truck driver had purposefully driven in such a way as to spray gravel and other road debris on him, and had then paused to berate the cyclist about his children.
Trespass – Sister asked officers to tell her brother, on behalf of her father, that brother should not have any visitors, unsavory or otherwise, while father is out of town else father might kick brother out of the home when he returns. An officer passed along this message to brother.
Drunk Disturbance – Caller reported a beer-toting inebriated dropping the f-bomb all over the airport terminal. The inebriate told an officer he would start using his very best behavior since his attitude and intoxication had already caught the attention of those responsible for allowing departing passengers to board their flight, and he sincerely desired to be reunited with his family this night.