Stories from the KUCB Newsroom on the topic of crime. You can find the Unalaska Department of Public Safety Police Blotter here:

Greta Mart

A fisherman is accused of commandeering a taxi and making multiple attempts to drive it -- and the driver -- off a bridge.

James Nulph of Santa Cruz, California was arraigned Friday at the Unalaska court house on three felony charges and three misdemeanors.

Police say after refusing to pay his taxi fare, Nulph tried three times to turn the steering wheel to force the cab into the water.

The arraignment was delayed a day because Nulph was too intoxicated for the hearing Thursday.

Present at the hearing was an alleged victim, a taxi driver for Swan Taxi.

Vic Fisher

Divers recovered the dead body of a fisherman Tuesday evening, less than 12 hours after his captain realized the crewman was missing.

The deceased man has been identified as 35-year-old Matthew J. Warn. 

After his employer reported Warn missing midday Tuesday, police starting looking in the Carl E. Moses boat harbor, where the boat Warn was working on is berthed. At 7:30 p.m., commercial divers hired by police found his body under the marina's B dock.

Unalaska Dept. of Public Safety

Icy roads across Amaknak and Unalaska islands caused a rare traffic jam Monday morning, but cold weather wasn't to blame for an accident involving a rolled SUV near Captains Bay Road over the weekend.

According to Public Safety Director Mike Holman, the male driver of the maroon 2004 Dodge Durango was intoxicated when he drove off the road, crashed and flipped his car. The driver was the sole occupant of the vehicle at the time of the accident. He was treated for minor injuries and then arrested for DUI.   

Courtesy of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service/John Wheland

An Adak man was recently sentenced to jail time and hefty fines after he pleaded guilty to guiding caribou hunters without a license.

Vic Fisher

  A burglar broke into Red Fish Electronic store at the airport early this morning.

The thief got away with the store's entire inventory of tablets, most of the store's iPods and several smart watches, including a $600 apple smart watch.

Store owner Vic Fisher said this morning the entire burglary was caught on his surveillance system.

The thief, along with a suspected partner, first approached the store, apparently for reconnaissance just after midnight.