Vol. 10, No. 25 – Sept 13 – Sept 26, 2017 – Harbor Patrol Blotter

8-30

8:12am, received a dispatch to a hazard, gas odor in the marina mobile home park. Officers responded and assisted Ventura fire with the investigation. After a brief search with a gas meter, responders were unable to find a leak.

1:52pm, while on patrol officers monitored a mayday call on VHF 16. Officers responded just outside the breakwall to a de-masted catamaran. The vessel was taken en tow to the launch ramp.

7:38pm, received a dispatch to a water rescue at the Ventura Pier. Officers responded and assisted Ventura fire with 3 persons caught in a rip current.

8-31

9:11pm, received a dispatch to a medical at marina mobile home park. Officers responded, assisting Ventura fire/AMR with the patient.

9-1

7:30am, received a complaint of transients loitering near the launch ramp restrooms. Officers responded and contacted the group and moved them along.

9-2

11:45am, received a report of an emergency near the village carousel. Officers alerted dispatch and responded. The patient, an elderly fall victim received first aid for lacerations from the fall and was released at the scene.

8:55pm, received a dispatch to an ill person at a village restaurant. Officers responded and assisted Ventura Fire/AMR with a female patient who possibly suffered a stroke. She was transported to local hospital for further evaluation.

9-3

6:46am, received a dispatch to a fall victim in the marina mobile home park. Officers responded and assisted Ventura Fire/AMR with the call.

4:05pm, received dispatch to a brush fire near Surfers Knoll. Officers responded with Ventura Fire and provided access/ride to the fire. The brush fire was extinguished with assistance of multiple fire agencies.

9-4

11:20am, received a report of an emergency at Daves Fuel dock. Officers responded and found a male subject who suffered a head laceration while working on his boat that involved an explosion. He refused treatment and was unable to recall what happened. The patient was transported to local hospital by friends for further evaluation. The incident was being investigated.

6:31pm, received a dispatch to a water rescue in the harbor. Officers responded and discovered a partially submerged kayak with two persons in the water. The pair were pulled aboard rescue vessel and the kayak was dewatered. All victims and the kayak were delivered to the “big-beach” dock.

9-5

9:15am, received a report of an ongoing sewage spill occurring near VIM C-dock. Officers are investigating the cause.

7:45pm, received report of a boating accident in VWM. The damage was minimal and the two parties were working out the details.

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