Vol. 9, No. 11 – March 2 – March 15, 2016 – Harbor Patrol Blotter









6am-6pm, officers observing very large surf and dangerous conditions.  Issuing warnings and terminating voyages for hundreds of people on vessels and on the beaches around the harbor.

3:45pm, received a dispatch to a water rescue at the Ventura Pier.  Officers assisted with a surfer in distress.  He was safely brought back to the beach.

3:55pm, received a dispatch to a diabetic emergency at Spinnaker and Harbor intersection.  Officers responded and assist city fire and AMR with the patient.

9:23pm, received a report of an unconscious person in a restroom in the village.  Officers responded and assisted AMR with the local transient who was transported to local hospital for further evaluation.







4:37pm, officers observed a 24ft vessel inbound from the South.  Officers intercepted the vessel outside the Harbor and sent them back to CI Harbor.

6:10pm, received a dispatch to a traffic accident near Andria’s seafood.  Officers responded but it was determined to be a non-injury accident and both parties did not want to pursue compensation for very minor damage.

7:25pm, received a dispatch to a person choking in the marina mobile home park.  Officers responded and assisted an 86 year old female who ingested a cold medicine pill that was lodged in her throat.  She was released at the scene.

2-16     6am-6pm, officers escorting several vessels throughout the day in and out of the Harbor due to the safety zone closure by U.S. coast guard.

2-17     9:30am, received a report of a Hazard to navigation, officers removed a 10ft log from the main channel of the Harbor.  It was towed out at the launch ramp to be disposed of.

6am-6pm, officers escorted all different sorts of vessels all day into and out of the Harbor.

2-19     11:15pm, received a report that the Harbor Entrance is dredged enough to open the Harbor to all boating traffic.  Officers contacted the U.S. coast guard, marina’s, boatyards and businesses throughout the harbor and advised of the re-opening of the harbor.

2-20     3:41pm, received a dispatch to an ill person at 1500 Spinnaker Drive from FCC.  Officers responded to assist but unable to locate patient.

8:35pm,           received a dispatch to boat yard café for a medical from FCC.  Officers were cancelled en route to the call.

2-21     8:20am, received a dispatch to a water rescue at the Ventura Pier from FCC.  Officers assisted several agencies searching for an 8 year old male who was last seen surfing south of the pier.  The victim was found safely on the beach after a short search.

12:00pm, received a mayday call on VHF 16.  Officers responded to a vessel that lost power outside the Harbor entrance.  Vessel assist eventually took over the tow.

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