Collision in Glorietta Bay involving a rented vessel and a paddle boarder. Cause was operator inattention.
Harbor Police were dispatched to a female who was observed swimming in the bay around the Marriott Marina. HP located the subject as she was already out of the water, extremely cold and acting irrationally. HP called for the medics to respond and treat for hypothermia. After being treated, she was taken to County Mental Health for an evaluation.
Harbor Police responded to the area of G Street Mole next to the Midway Museum to investigate several juveniles that were observed tossing four rental scooters into the bay. HP dive members recovered the scooters and investigated to possibly locate the juveniles.
Harbor Police issued a citation to a boater that was illegally anchored within the Shelter Island Basin.
Harbor Police were dispatched to investigate a domestic violence incident at Marina Cortez. HP documented the incident and issued a restraining order to one of the subjects involved.
Harbor Police were contacted by a subject at the Silver Gate Yacht Club regarding his vessel being stolen. HP found that his small Sabot sailboat was taken off of a rack that was on the dock. HP documented the incident and are investigating.
Harbor Police responded to the A-9 Anchorage for a domestic violence call. After conducting an investigation, both subjects involved were taken into custody and charged with the crime.
Harbor Police located a dinghy that was adrift near the rocks along Shelter Island Drive. The dinghy was towed and stored at the HP Impound dock.
Harbor Police issued two citations to boaters that were illegally anchored in the A-1 La Playa Anchorage.
Harbor Police issued a misdemeanor citation in the A-1 Anchorage for anchoring without a valid permit.
Harbor Police responded to a call of a dinghy adrift near Shelter Island. Harbor Police located the dinghy near buoy 17 and it was towed to and stored at the Harbor Police dock.
Harbor Police responded to a radio call at the Coronado Bridge regarding an unoccupied dinghy. Harbor Police located the dinghy and returned it to the owner.
Harbor Police conducted a follow-up investigation and located the stolen dinghy near H&M Landing tied to another vessel. Harbor Police arrested the subject that was in possession of the dinghy and his vessel was towed from the scene.
Harbor Police issued a misdemeanor citation for illegal mooring at the Harbor Police transient slips.
Harbor Police took a report of a dinghy that was stolen from the A-1 anchorage.
Harbor Police arrested a subject with a felony warrant in the A-2 anchorage.
Harbor Police were flagged down for a stranded vessel at the entrance to the Chula Vista Marina. Harbor Police contacted two male subjects aboard the vessel who stated they had lost steering. One of the subjects on board the vessel was arrested for having a felony warrant. The vessel owner made arrangements to have the vessel towed from the area.
Harbor Police responded to Glorietta Bay regarding a non-injury vessel collision involving a rented vessel and a paddle boarder. The cause of this collision was determined to be operator inattention and failure to maintain a proper lookout.
Harbor Police issued three citations for illegal mooring at the Harbor Police transient slips.
Harbor Police responded to a vessel that was dragging anchor in the Shelter Island Basin. The vessel drifted and struck two vessels causing minor damage.
Harbor Police issued a citation in the A-5 anchorage in Glorietta Bay for illegal anchoring.
Harbor Police were dispatched to the San Diego Yacht Club regarding a non-injury vessel collision. The vessel reportedly had an electrical/mechanical failure which caused it to drift and strike another vessel.
San Diego Harbor Police responded to Marina Cortez for report of a physical disturbance onboard a vessel. Harbor Police determined two subjects had been in an altercation and one subject made terroristic threats to the other party.
Harbor Police responded to the Tenth Avenue Marine Terminal regarding an environmental spill. Harbor Police observed a grey film with a rainbow sheen along the north side of the Tenth Avenue Marine Terminal that was estimated to be approximately 200x100 yards. Harbor Police were unable to confirm the source of the spill.