20 February 2017

Police Blotter: Drunk, Disorderly Disturbance

Disorderly Conduct
An inebriated customer threw his fruit salad on the floor of a grocery store and cursed at employees. An officer advised the drunk, per store management, that he would be barred from the store if he continued his immature behavior.

Assistance Rendered
Taxi driver asked for police assistance because a passenger had fallen asleep in her cab and she did not know what she should do. An officer responded and woke the passenger, who shouted obscenities at the officer before getting out of the taxi.

Disorderly Conduct
An officer happened upon a melee in front of the Harbor View Bar. [Two men] were both arrested for Disorderly Conduct. [A woman] was arrested for Interfering with an Arrest. Officers learned that the fracas began after two groups of people engaged in name-calling.

Assistance Rendered (Disorderly Conduct)
PCR staff requested assistance removing a man who keeps interfering with a volleyball game. An officer advised the man, who did not feel his behavior was problematic, that PCR staff and referees are responsible for determining whether his behavior is disruptive.

Several people involved in a brawl at the Harbor View Bar were advised, per Unisea Security, that they were not welcome on Unisea property for a period of one year.

Drunk Disturbance
Officer contacted three drunks at the Harbor View Bar after observing them behaving aggressively with one another on two separate occasions. One of the men said another man had shoved him in the head and both other men had harassed him. The other men denied any wrongdoing. All parties were warned about such behavior continuing.

An extremely intoxicated woman told police that her bodyguard had stolen $380, then $480, from her pocket tonight. The woman, who at one point passed out in the bunkhouse hallway as the officer was investigating, was extremely unhappy about her money not being found on her bodyguard or any of the other people with whom she had been partying this night and repeatedly attempted to instruct the officer on how best to perform his duties. The allegedly missing money was not located.


Toirdhealbheach Beucail said...

For years I have believed Fruit Salad is the work of the Devil. Now, I know...

The police in this town are probably not getting paid enough for the rather wide ranging duties they undertake.

Old NFO said...

Not paid NEARLY enough...

Rev. Paul said...

Gentlemen, I believe you're right about the pay out there, no matter how much it is!

LindaG said...

All in a day, haha! ^_^

Rev. Paul said...

Indeed, Linda. :)