Vol. 10, No. 16 – May 10 – May 23, 2017 – Harbor Patrol Blotter

    4-26 7:47am, received a dispatch to an unknown medical.  Officers responded and discovered a subject asleep in his vehicle, no medical was observed.       
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11:50am, received a report of a tote with duck eggs sitting on the rocks that were used to protect them while they hatch.  The reporting party was concerned the tide would take them away.  Officers responded and placed the tote/eggs in a safer area, also informed wildlife rescue of the situation.

4:16pm, observed a kayaker having difficulty navigating in the high winds.  Officers responded and transported the kayaker to the Marina Park dock.

5:54pm, received a dispatch to a medical alarm at marina mobile home park.  Officers responded and assisted an 88 year old female having difficulty walking.  The patient was transported to local hospital for further evaluation.   

  4-28 6:30pm, received a report of a homeless female wandering in the street.  Officers responded and assisted the local transient.           
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12:05pm, received a dispatch to a medical at the Holiday inn express.  Officers responded and assisted Ventura fire/AMR with the medical.

10:35pm, received a dispatch to a medical at the marina mobile home park.  Officers responded and assisted a 56 year old male complaining of extreme back pain.  Officers assisted Ventura fire/AMR with the patient.  

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3:38pm, received a report of a person in the water, kayak capsized.  Officers responded and discovered a few children had fallen in the water and were wearing an adult-sized lifejacket that contributed to the difficulty returning to the kayak.  Both children climbed out of the water on the dock safely.  Boating safety lecture was given to both by officers about proper sized PFD’s.

5:54pm, while manning the operations center, officers overheard a child crying on the longdock below the office.  A 3 year old child was found with a treble hook in-between his toes.  The parents transported the child to local hospital for further evaluation and extraction of the fishing hook.     

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9:55am, received a report of a sick/injured sea lion near Surfers Knoll Groin on the beach.  Officers responded and discovered the large sealion.  Signage was placed in the area to alert the public and marine mammal rescuers.

5:00pm, observed two persons in the water in the main channel of the Harbor from the office. Officers responded and pulled the two persons out of the water and transported them to Harbor Cove Beach where the voyage had begun.

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7:30pm, received a report of a disabled Sport Fishing vessel near the #2 buoy outside the harbor.  Officers responded and took the 52ft motor vessel into a side tie in the main channel of the harbor.  The vessel was safely delivered to the fuel dock where the captain was attempting to ascertain the power failure.

 

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