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June 24

— HP investigated a vessel collision that occurred when an operator was attempting to pull out of his slip in a Harbor Island marina. The operator lost control of his boat in the wind and it collided with other vessels across the alley way. Minor property damage only.

June 22

— HP responded to an area just south of the entrance to the bay to assist a subject that was having difficulty being on a vessel in the windy conditions. HP transported the subject back to land.

— HP responded to a hazard to navigation where a dinghy was found adrift near Buoy #12, near the entrance to SD Bay. The dinghy was impounded at the HPD Impound dock.

— HP investigated an environmental incident where a large rainbow sheen (fuel) was observed at the entrance to SD Bay. HP made all the Regional Environmental Notifications required. USCG is still investigating.

June 19

— HP assisted a boater in Glorietta Bay due to a sailboat dragging its anchor in the wind. As HP arrived, the large sailing vessel was nearing other naval boats at the Naval Amphibious Base. HP towed the vessel out to safety and a friend of the owner assisted getting it re-anchored.

— HP issued a citation for a boater that was anchored in the A-1 Anchorage without a valid permit.

— HP investigated a vessel accident near the SD Yacht Club. A vessel lost engine power and the operator was forced to raise the sails. Due to this taking a while, the vessel was pushed by the wind into other docked boats at the club. Minor property damage only.

— HP arrested a subject in the A-1 Anchorage when found he had an active warrant.

— HP responded to a hazard to navigation where a dinghy was found adrift near the A-3 Anchorage. The dinghy was impounded at the HPD Impound dock.

June 18

— HP issued a citation to a boater in South Bay for a registration issue.

— HP responded to a Harbor Island Marina to investigate the theft of a kayak.

— HP responded to a vessel fire in a North Bay marina. Upon HP arriving, it was found that a resident of the marina extinguished the small fire that was located on the canopy of the vessel. The fire was caused by a lamp that was turned on and placed just underneath the canopy.

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