— Harbor Police responded to disturbance call in a north SD Bay anchorage. The disturbance was caused by a domestic violence incident.
— Harbor Police responded to a sailboat near Shelter Island that was slowly taking on water with six passengers aboard. HPD took five passengers aboard their vessel and assisted the owner with returning the sailboat back to its slip to be dewatered.
— Harbor Police responded to the B Street Cruise Ship Pier to investigate minor damage to a concrete piling. It was found that a USCG Ship was attempting to tie up to the pier and accidentally struck the pier piling due to the strong winds.
— Harbor Police responded to a vessel dragging its anchor in Glorietta Bay in high winds. HPD located the vessel and began towing it so that it wouldn’t collide with other vessels. The owner of the vessel soon arrived and was able to re-set his anchor.
— Harbor Police responded to assist with a 53’ vessel that had become adrift and was being pushed by high winds toward the Maritime Museum’s vessels. HPD used their patrol boat to stop the vessel, holding it in place until SD Mooring Company arrived to take the vessel back to its mooring ball.
— Harbor Police responded to assist the U.S. Navy with a bomb threat aboard a naval ship. The ship was evacuated and thoroughly searched with nothing found. Both agencies are still investigating the crime.
— Harbor Police responded to a vessel that had engine problems and was adrift in the main shipping channel near buoys 16-17.
— Assisted the 50’ vessel out of the channel due to the USS Roosevelt entering the harbor and closely approaching. Soon after towing the vessel to safety, the operator was able to fix the vessel and continue on his journey.
— RP states she found a 2 person ocean kayak high and dry in a pocket beach at the foot of Rosemont St. She states the paddles are floating in the shore break. 3 King investigates and places the kayak next to the stairs and removes paddles from the water.
— Unit 24X reports an unknown age male fell from a bike and suffered a lower leg injury. Engine 21 and Medic 25 treat patient and transport to Scripps La Jolla.
— SDPB 612Tom requests lifeguard assistance for an unknown age female having some sort of medical issue. Lifeguard unit 1Sam responds and provides minor first aid before clearing.
— Harbor Police assisted a boater near Zuniga Jetty that was having mechanical difficulties with his vessel. HPD escorted the vessel back to the Coronado Launch ramp due to its steering issues.
— People unable to make it back to the beach where they started because of the high tide. Two people call 911 because they are stuck on the Scripps beach side of the beach and the rocks are blocking them from going back to Blacks Beach. A citizen helps them back to the beach before lifeguards get on scene.
— Person needing assistance at 600 Diamond St, 20 year old male. Sting ray wound, person taken to the PB tower. Treated and clear.
— Dislocated shoulder at 700 Grand Ave on a 56 year old male. Walk up to PB tower, medics called and respond to evaluate. Patient AMA.
— Unconscious/unresponsive 20 year old male in the public bathroom at 700 Grand Ave. 21 Sam responds and patient became awake and eloped.
— Diabetic emergency 911 call at the Southern Comfort Station at MB. 62 year old male. Medics on scene and handle.
San Diego Lifeguards are a 24 hour rescue agency whose responsibilities include water boat rescue, marine fire suppression, coastal cliff rescue, underwater search and recovery, swift water and flood search, rescue and emergency medical response. San Diego Lifeguards also handle enforcement of city, state and federal laws and regulations. Lifeguards are classified as peace officers with the power of arrest.