Vol. 12, No. 20 – July 3 – July 16, 2019 – Harbor Patrol Blotter

6-12 12:03pm, while on patrol, officers were contacted by a group of kayakers. The group turned out to be Rhodes Scholars looking for the best area to paddle

9:35pm, patrolling in the truck, officers contacted a group of juveniles with wood pallets and a small fire near Surfers Knoll. The group was advised of the violation and departed the area.

6-13 5:00pm, received a report of a squirrel that nearly drowned near the city sailing center docks. The squirrel was recovered, and animal control was advised then they picked it up for rehabilitation.
6-15 9:40pm, patrolling in the truck, officers found a lost dog. The owner’s phone# was on the tag, so they contacted. Initially the owner dismissed the officers believing her dog was on her vessel, but after a search realized the dog was gone.



1:09pm, received a dispatch to a water rescue, dog in distress with two bystanders trying to rescue the dog near the pier. Officers responded in Rescue Boat 19, the dog was rescued.


11:25pm, while on patrol in the vehicle, officers observed a coyote chasing a skunk on Spinnaker Drive near the Ventura Harbor Village Boatyard.


2:10pm, observed a sailboat being towed by a good Samaritan Personal Water Craft about ½ mile South of the Harbor. Officers responded in Rescue Boat 19 to assist. The sailboat was taken into tow to Ventura Isle Marina.

6:30pm, while on patrol in Rescue Boat 17, officers observed a 25ft sailboat disabled near the National Park Service docks. The vessel was taken into a short tow away from the vessels until they restarted their engine.



11:07am, received a report of an illegal bon fire near Surfers Knoll. Officers responded in the vehicle found the fire but unable to locate the perpetrator

8:06pm, dispatched to a fall patient near 1559 Spinnaker Drive. Officers responded and assisted VFD/AMR with the patient. No injuries just lift assist.



6:30am, received complaint about several homeless individuals loitering around the launch ramp restrooms washing their bikes. Officers responded but most of the group had already moved along from the area.



8:01am, dispatched to wellness check on a tenant of the Ventura Marina Community. Officers responded, found the person not in distress

3:05pm, received dispatch to a stroke victim in the Ventura Marina Community. Officers responded and assisted VFD/AMR with the call. The patient was transported to local hospital for further evaluation.


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