Unalaska police blotter

Suspicious Person/Activity- An employer reported that two female employees had been weed whacking at an apartment complex when an unknown male individual came out of his apartment and urinated in front of them. Investigation continues.

Criminal Mischief- Complainant reported some children throwing rocks from the top of a cliff into the roadway.  An officer contacted them and educated them on the dangers of their actions. 

Drug Law Violation- 22 grams of Khat turned over to Public Safety. Charges pending.

Welfare Check- Caller reported an orange raft was drifting away from shore with an intoxicated passenger inside.  Ports was notified and was able to retrieve the person and raft. 

Assault- Caller reported being hit in the face by his girlfriend. The girlfriend stated she was trying to evict her boyfriend. The boyfriend stated that he was uninjured. Alcohol was a factor.

Assistance Rendered- Caller reported a boat drifting away from shore with a female passenger inside.  Ports was able to retrieve the damsel in distress. 

Animal- Chihuahua at large.

Trespass- Two individuals were trespassed from  a local eatery for engaging in behavior inconsistent with that normally associated with civilized food consumption, to wit, they got into a fight inside the restaurant.  

Drug Law Violation- Officers were advised of a what was believed to be a drug deal on the front beach. Investigation initiated.

Suspicious Person/Activity- Officer contacted two people he believed were acting suspiciously inside a parked truck. The two stated they were watching the ocean. 

Noise Disturbance- Officers were advised of loud music coming from an adjoining apartment. The musical malefactors were advised their melodious lamentations were not being appreciated at this late hour.

Assault- Officers investigated a report of an assault that occurred between two besotted individuals. The two had a disagreement concerning one of the sots consuming the alcohol of the other sot.  Sot one, the owner of the alcohol, chased sot two, the consumer of the alcohol, down the hallway of the bunkhouse. None involved wished to pursue charges.  


Read further highlights from the police log of the Unalaska Department of Public Safety 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)