San Diego Harbor Log
(This week's Harbor Log Stars the A-8 Anchorage and South Bay Boatyard)
5:30 a.m. A vessel hit and run was reported in the Coronado Cays. A private dock sustained damage but there were no injuries.
7 a.m. A vessel with no CF numbers or documentation information was found illegally anchored in the A-8 Anchorage. It was stored at the Marine Group Boat Works (that's South Bay Boatyard, folks).
7 a.m. The Harbor Police Dive team conducted a training dive near the Shelter Island Police Dock.
12:20 p.m. A vessel illegally anchored in the A-8 Anchorage was stored (where else?) at the Marine Group Boat Works.
7:35 p.m. A vessel with two men and a woman aboard was operating without lights. The operator was cited and the vessel was escorted to safety.
11:50 p.m. Harbor Police responded to a vessel in distress. The vessel had lost all power near buoy 14. Harbor Police stood by the vessel until Vessel Assist arrived.
1:15 a.m. A person on a vessel in the A-8 Anchorage reported that his outboard motor and paddles had been stolen from the National City launch ramp dinghy dock.
3:28 p.m. Harbor Police contacted a vessel in the A-1 Anchorage for illegally documentation / registration. One of the persons on board was found to have an outstanding warrant for her arrest. She was arrested and transported to jail.
8:30 p.m. A man was contacted after he jumped or fell into San Diego Bay near Seaport Village. The subject was uninjured in the fall but was evaluated by paramedics for hypothermia. He was then arrested for being drunk in public. (Sometimes you just can't catch a break, can you?)
1:15 a.m. Harbor Police responded to the area of the America's Cup Harbor regarding a possible theft of a dinghy. HP located a vessel being operated by two males without any lights. The two subjects were arrested for various crimes including possession of stolen property.
9 a.m. An A-8 permittee was anchored illegally in Center Bay. He was in possession of two 15'-16' skiffs whose HIN numbers had been removed. He was cited for the two violations and the vessels were stored (presumably at the South Bay Boatyard).
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