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)
-- Officers received a report that an unknown individual had entered the residence of another. The owner of the residence believed the individual may be drunk and noted that he had driven away. The resident was able to provide a good description and a license plate number. Armed with the information provided by the disgruntled homeowner, the Officers contacted the suspect and discovered that he was not in fact drunk, but was new to town had received directions to a party and entered the initial residence mistakenly. The errant party goer was advised to assure he was at the correct residence prior to entering.
-- Officers responded to a report of a domestic dispute between a man and his wife. The man, fortified by liquid courage, confronted his wife concerning her unfaithfulness. She did not want to discuss this subject so the man left. The wife attempted to persuade her husband to stay by hitting him about the head and shoulders. The two were separated for the night.
-- Complainant reported a pack of wild 2-month-old kittens creating a nuisance. Officers were unable to locate the ferocious felines.
-- Dispatch received a 911 call from a besotted individual reporting that his female friend was having a baby. Dispatch had information that the friend was not in fact pregnant. Officers responded and confirmed that no birth was imminent. The original caller stated he believed his heavily intoxicated friend’s water had broken all over his bedroom floor. Officers pointed out that it was more likely his friend urinated on his floor.
-- Individual walked into Public Safety and requested assistance with tagging and following the individuals who were following him. The miscreants have been following the individual for several years through several different states and are always saying bad things about him. He is unable to describe the scoundrels as he has never actually seen them. The individual was referred to other services for assistance.
-- Officers assisted in convincing a heavily intoxicated crewmember to return to his bunk and stop threatening his coworkers before they stop forgiving him and start pressing charges. The sot was tucked carefully into his bunk without further incident.