Vol. 12, No. 12 – Mar 13 – Mar 26, 2019 – Harbor Patrol Blotter

2-20 10:55am, dispatched to a behavioral issue at 1500 Spinnaker Drive. Officers responded and found an individual under the influence of a hallucinogenic drug. No medical was present and the 19-year-old male was arrested by VPD.

4:15pm, officers observing very strong winds, 30kts sustained/gusts to 40kts.

2-21 11:30am, while on patrol, officers observed a sailboat taking on water in its slip at VHV G-dock. Officers dewatered about 2ft of water out of the vessel.
2-22 6:35am, received a report from US coast guard reporting a 58ft motor vessel eperb activation in Ventura Harbor. After an investigation the incident was determined to be a false alarm. The device was taken off the vessel and accidentally turned on in a moving vehicle heading inland.
2-23 2:20pm, dispatched to a fall patient at Seahorse Lane. Officers responded and assisted Ventura fire department with the patient, moving the male to his bed.

11:32pm, while on patrol in boat 17, officers issued warnings to two fishermen on a 16ft vessel near the entrance for illegal placement of hoopnets in the harbor entrance. The nets were removed and the catch returned to the sea

2-24 12:03pm, received a report of a commercial fishing vessel not securely tied to its berthing. Officers investigated and found the vessel with loose spring lines. The vessel was re-secured by officers and the owner notified.

8:35pm, received reports of transients in the restrooms of Ventura Isle Marina. Officers responded and cleared the restrooms and ensured they were secured.

9:33pm, while on patrol, officers were contacted by the manager of the Ventura Marina Community. He advised that transients were trespassing through the park. Officers assisted and helped cleared the park of trespassers.

2-25 8:40am, harbormaster giving the new Harbor Commissioner a tour of the harbor on the fireboat.

8:53pm, received a report of a pitbull on the loose in the Harbor Village from the Dockmaster. Officers responded but were unable to locate the dog.

11:53pm, monitored VHF marine radio alerting that a 17ft motor vessel is submerged at the Channel Islands Harbor breakwall. Several fishermen in the area responding to the “securite” for more information on VHF 16.

2-26 10:53am, received a report of a robbery at the Village Market. Officers responded and investigated the report of a male transient who took cookies and candy without paying for the items. The incident is under investigation.

4:45pm, report of a 19-year-old male transient acting strangely and refusing to leave the Sheraton. Officers responded and contacted the individual. He was influenced to leave the area because he was trespassing.

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