Vol. 13, No. 23 – Aug 12 – Aug 25, 2020 – Harbor Patrol Blotter

Monday 7-20

1:55pm, received a report of a stingray strike at Harbor Cove from State Parks. Officers responded with Hot water to treat the injury. Patient released on site.

Tuesday 7-21

11:35pm, monitoring a 7.8 earthquake off the Aleutian Islands in Alaska. After a brief investigation, Pacific tsunami center determined no threat to West Coast.

Thursday 7-23

1:45pm, officers untangling fishing line and tackle from the number 14 navigation buoy. The buoy was pulled off station by fishermen apparently attempting to retrieve lost tackle from the buoy near the entrance to the keys.

Friday 7-24

11:30am, observed two jet skis on the beach at the Santa Clara Rivermouth. Officers responded in FireBoat 1 to assist. State Parks lifeguards swam one of the broke-down skis to the boat while the other was able to get started and off the beach. Both were escorted and towed back to the launch ramp.

Saturday 7-25

2:45pm, received a report of an argument in the dry storage area. Officers responded found the two engaged in a heated argument over cleaning up their respective spaces. The two were separated and asked to avoid in the future.

7:50pm, received a report of a suicidal subject on a vessel in the Ventura Harbor Marina. Officers responded with VFD & VPD. No medical, PD assisted subject

Monday 7-27

11:33pm, received a request for mutual aid from Calif Fish and Wildlife. Assisting with night vision and investigation of illegal fishing.

Thursday 7-30

1:35pm, received a report of a stingray strike at Harbor Cove from State Parks lifeguards. Officers responded with Hot water to help treat the injury. The patient was treated and released at the scene to self-transport to hospital.

Friday 7-31

9:05am, dispatched to an unconscious person at Ventura Marina Community. Officers responded and assisted VFD/AMR with a 90-year-old male. The individual had low blood pressure, felt weak & was transported to local hospital.

6:30pm, received reports of three large RV’s parked in the Dolphin lot at VIM. Officers responded and found the RV’s and contacted the RO’s to inquire about their intentions. After a long debate, the group relocated to the street.

Saturday 8-01

2:55am, while on patrol in the vehicle, officers observed a male transient with a large laceration on his arm. The individual was bandaged and given a blanket.

12:41pm, received complaint about a large group disturbing the peace at VIM J-dock. Officers responded, found the group, issued warnings for the violations.

4:25pm, dispatched to a medical, allergic reaction at Surfers Knoll from State Parks lifeguards. Officers responded and assisted a 7-year-old with an asthma attack. The parents signed an AMA releasing the child at the scene.

Sunday 8-02

12:23am, dispatched to a medical VWM G-dock of a 100-year-old female complaining of nausea and disorientation. Officers responded and assisted VFD/AMR with the call. The patient was transported to hospital by AMR.

2:55am, monitored a mayday call, two men overboard. Officers responded to ensure the call was outside Hueneme Harbor, not Ventura. It was 1-mile S of CI.

10:50pm, received a report of an overdue vessel, a 13ft Boston Whaler. Officers began a search, but the vessel and vehicle were not discovered, the vessel was possibly at Channel Islands harbor, contact numbers provided.

Monday 8-03

5:45am, dispatched to a 78-year-old female complaining of difficulty breathing. Officers responded and assisted VFD/AMR with the call. Patient transported.


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