Vol. 15, No. 22 – July 27 – Aug 9, 2022 – Harbor Patrol Blotter

Tuesday 7/05

7:53pm, while on patrol in the Fireboat, observed Standup Paddlers without lifejackets and navigation lights. Issued warnings for violations.

Wednes 7/06

3:21am, received lost/stolen property, a portable air compressor from 4points hotel security. A few transients left it at the hotel lobby.

11:04am, dispatched to a broken arm and stingray strike. Officers responded with VFD/AMR and treated the broken arm for transport. Hot water applied to the stingray strike victim, waited for parents to transport. While waiting, a third patient found with a stingray strike. Treated with hot water and released.

Thursday 7/07

4:00am, contacted a female transient camping in the Port District lot. She declined to leave and stated she was on the run from a hobo gang all the way from Arkansas. The gang is after her because of comments made on a pod cast.

Friday 7/08

11:11am, dispatched to a fall victim in the Ventura Marina Community. Officers responded with VFD/AMR, patient transported, on the floor for days.

5:10pm, observed group of juveniles attempting to jump off fish offloading pier. Halted group, issued warnings for violation and advised of poor water quality.

Saturday 7/09

6:21am, received report of two males fishing at the pond inside the Ventura Marina Community. Officers responded and removed the pair with warnings.

Wednes 7/13

2:38am, dispatched to a cardiac full arrest in the Ventura Marina Community. Officers responded with VFD/AMR to a 70 y/o female unresponsive, no pulse. All resuscitation efforts and devices were utilized, including AED and a Lucas machine, but unfortunately rescuers were unable to revive the patient.

3:45pm, dispatched to a stingray strike at Harbor Cove. Officers responded with hot water to treat the injury.

Thursday 7/14

10:47am, assisted Tow Boat US with traffic control while they tow a 65ft fishing vessel into the harbor and then to the boatyard for haulout.

4:25pm, observed a rental electric boat disabled in the turning basin. Officers responded in Fireboat, towed the vessel back to the rental dock in the village.

Friday 7/15

5:00pm, received a report of a disabled Personal Watercraft South of the Harbor. Officers responded in Rescue Boat 19, but while en route passed the rescue to Tow Boat US because the vessel was 7 miles South of the Harbor.

Saturday 7/16

12:39pm, dispatched to a diabetic patient having a seizure at Harbor Cove. Officers responded with VFD/AMR and treated with oxygen and monitored blood Oxy until medics arrived and eventually transported to hospital.

6:55pm, while on patrol in Fireboat, observed a few Standup paddle boards extending into the navigable channel in the A-Basin. Officers issued warning.

Sunday 7/17

11:30am, monitoring start of the Ventura Yacht Club regatta from the Fireboat. The start was delayed by fog, but it quickly cleared and race began.

4:35pm, received request to tow a large plastic water toy that sank in the keys. Officers responded in Fireboat, were able to dewater, then tow the toy to its dock

Monday 7/18

11:45am, issued warning to operator of a 20ft whaler in violation of speed and wake ordinance in the main channel while on patrol in Rescue Boat 19.

2:26pm, dispatched to a fall victim in front of the Water’s Edge Restaurant. Officers responded with AMR/VFD, patient transported to hospital.



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