Police log

Jan. 13

10:46 a.m., Haystack Rock: Subject warned for climbing the rock.

12:27 p.m., Old Cannon Beach Road: Police respond to a complaint about a person acting oddly and going door to door collecting cans. Subject is advised of complaint and leaves on foot.

4:10 p.m., 1500 block S. Spruce: Police assist with a medical call regarding a male possibly having a heart attack. Subject is transported to Seaside Providence Hospital by Medix.

Jan. 14

3:07 p.m., N. Spruce: A man with a broken or dislocated wrist is transported to Seaside Providence Hospital by Medix.

9:17 p.m., Sewer Ponds: A suffering raccoon apparently struck by a car is humanely euthanized by police.

Jan. 17

5:31 a.m., 7900 block Cannon Road: Police assist the fire department with a person with altered mental status.

12:03 p.m., Police headquarters: A person reports losing their wallet on Neahkahnie Mountain.

7:55 p.m., 3800 block S. Hemlock: Police assist Alpha Taxi with collecting a fare from an intoxicated female.

Jan. 18

10:26 a.m., 600 block N. Hemlock: Police dispatched to a home to tell the person inside their spouse had fallen on the beach. The injured party was transported to Seaside Providence Hospital for medical attention.

11:54 a.m., 100 block N. Hemlock: A burglary was attempted.

5:48 p.m., 1500 block N. Franklin: Cannon Beach police assist Seaside police with a potentially suicidal subject. Subject was highly intoxicated; a friend took over the situation.

January 19

10:23 p.m., 1200 block S. Hemlock: Police assist a homeless woman traveling by bus as she is trespassed from Helping Hands. She was given a ride to Stop ‘n Go.

Jan. 20

12:19 a.m., First Avenue: Police assist Seaside police with a male subject in a drug psychosis running down the street. Man is taken into custody at the Seaside police station.

6:23 a.m., Fifth Street: Police assist fire department with subject who couldn’t get a gas fireplace to turn off. Northwest Natural is on scene to remedy the situation.

Jan. 21

9:40 a.m., 3700 block Coho Place: Police intervene and intercept a child with marijuana at the bus stop.

2:33 p.m., Warren Way: Theft of merchandise is reported; manager declined to press charges if the merchandise is returned; the person came in and paid for the item.

3:21 p.m., 600 block Breakers Point: A juvenile female with an allergy is assisted with an EpiPen prior to police arrival. Juvenile transported by Medix.

Jan. 23

11:14 p.m., Elk Land: A person is arrested and charged with DUII. Police say subjected tested a blood alcohol content of .21 percent.

Dec. 29

2:42 p.m., 1100 block Spruce Court: Victim of ongoing telephone harassment requests suspected caller/texter be advised by police to not make contact. When police spoke with the suspected subject, she admitted to knowingly eluding police when they were attempting to arrest her for Disorderly Conduct in a previous incident.

Dec. 30

2:37 a.m., Necanicum and Second: Police assist Seaside police.

2:09 p.m., 1100 block Spruce: Police respond to a complaint of a subject knocking on doors. The reporting party asked subject be trespassed from their property. The subject was contacted and said he understood.

Dec. 31

5:41 p.m., Haystack Rock: Police responding to a report of a red light illuminating the north side of Haystack Rock said they saw no sign of distress. The light is likely a crashed drone, or something similar.

Jan. 1

4:36 p.m., Haystack Rock: Police respond to a report of 40 subjects in Haystack Rock’s restricted area. Officer was only able to locate two people who were advised they were in a restricted area.

Jan. 2

2:17 p.m., Beach: A phone lost on the beach later found is turned in to Mo’s restaurant and returned to its owner.

Jan. 3

10:58 a.m., Second Street men’s rest room: Police respond to a report of a subject on the floor of the restroom, possibly doing drugs. The subject was gone on police arrival; they were unable to locate.

Jan. 4

3:09 p.m., Indian Beach: Police assist Cannon Beach Fire department with a fallen male.

7:16 p.m., 400 block Elk Creek Road: Police interview a man who said his ex-girlfriend pushed him; shortly after, police come to find the ex-girlfriend is involved in a motor vehicle accident on Highway 101; at the scene of the accident she confirmed she did push him, and that he was being dramatic.

Jan. 5

8:36 p.m., W. Gower: A driver’s license found on the beach is turned in to police.

Jan. 6

7:47 p.m., Haystack Rock: A person reported climbing Haystack Rock was unable to be located.

8:25 p.m., 700 block N. Laurel: Subjects reported looking into windows and possibly attempting unlawful entry into a residence are unable to be located.

Jan. 7

2:00 p.m., 1600 block N. Spruce: Chickens at large are reported; police are unable to locate.

Jan. 8

6:58 p.m., Police are called to assist Seaside police with a report of an unwanted male on premises, possibly armed. Male had been previously trespassed from the location. Call cancelled before Cannon Beach police arrival.

Jan. 9

12:35 p.m., S. Hemlock: Police assist subject with making arrangements to get a U-Haul, secure lodging, and make an appointment with Clatsop County Behavioral Healthcare.

Jan. 10

12:16 a.m., S. Hemlock: Male contacts police regarding threatening messages he is receiving via Facebook.

12:37 a.m., Forest Lawn and Hemlock: Police observe vehicle parked on side of road with hazard lights on; a male is crawling and groaning on the ground. The person is not the operator of the vehicle. The subject tells police he has on-going stomach issues but refuses medical attention. A sober, responsible party was on scene who said they would care for the subject.

Jan. 11

8:40 a.m., Shorewood Apartments: A little lost dog found its way back to its owner.

3:46 p.m., Sunset and Highway 101: Police respond to a report of people creating a traffic hazard attempting to photograph elk. Two vehicles moved.

Jan. 12

11:46 a.m., Indian Beach: Police assist with a surf rescue; two persons were removed from the water by the United States Coast Guard and transported to Astoria. A recovered surfboard was taken into safekeeping and later returned to the owner.

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