Police log

March 29

1:24 a.m., Highway 101, MP 34: Police assist Cannon Beach Fire Department; Oregon State Police and Oregon Department of Transportation with a three-car motor vehicle accident.

3:20 p.m. Shorewood: Children are upset when a subject came on to their property and spoke to them; mother reported incident to police. Police locate the subject and tell her to stay away from the children.

4:54 p.m., Shorewood: A second report came in regarding the neighbor and the children.

6:20 p.m., 8400 block Highway 101: Police check the welfare of a man threatening to jump into traffic. The man was transported by the County Deputy to Providence Seaside Hospital for evaluation.

March 30

8:29 p.m., 3400 block S. Hemlock: Police assist fire department with a female fall patient. Woman transported to Providence Seaside Hospital by Medix.

March 31

5:24 p.m., Beach and North of Creek: A drone reported missing was recovered and returned to its owner.

6:53 p.m., Ecola Park Drive: An intoxicated male reported to be bothering people at Indian Beach by asking for a ride is given a courtesy lift to Seaside to his grandfather’s residence.

10:45 p.m., Jackson and Hemlock: Youths fooling around and lying in the middle of the road are warned of disorderly conduct.

April 1

5:39 p.m., Haystack parking: A motor vehicle hit and run is reported.

April 2

2:37 p.m., Beach: Police receive numerous reports of a heavyset white male with a limp reported to have a knife and behaving in a combative manner. Police are unable to locate.

April 3

8:07 p.m., Brallier and Ocean Shore: A male subject is apprehended and arrested for menacing; disorderly conduct; and giving false information to a police officer as well as interfering with a police officer after caller reports a negative interaction with the person who was carrying a sword.

April 4

6:30 a.m., Highway 101, MP 3: A dead elk in the roadway struck by a vehicle is removed by ODOT.

9:36 a.m., S. Spruce: A lost firearm is reported.

April 5

12:34 p.m., Deer Place: Police deal with truancy concerns regarding a 14 year old. Father is given options. Child is reported missing.

April 6

12:19 p.m., N. Gower: Police respond to a verbal disturbance reported. No crimes were committed.

2:47 p.m., Hug Point: Police respond to a report of a man swept out by a wave. Man located prior to police arrival and determined to be fine.

April 7

3:25 p.m., W. Warren Way: A ring is reported missing.

4:20 p.m., N. Hemlock: Theft of a mermaid doll and a hat reported; clerk made contact with the suspect who returned the doll, but not the hat.

April 8

3:02 p.m., N. Hemlock: A hit and run motor vehicle accident is reported.

April 9

9:20 a.m., 80,000 block Carnahan Rd.: Police assist another agency at a verbal disturbance reported. Cannon Beach police maintained scene.

April 10

5:23 p.m., Vista Del Mar: Caller expresses concern about being left alone with her mentally disturbed son who she said is not taking his medication. Son agreed to tone it down and resume medication.

5:53 p.m., W. Gower: Police respond to a report of a juvenile playing in the surf. Police explain to grandparent the ocean is rough due to storms and unsafe for an unsupervised juvenile.

April 11

2:49 p.m. W. Washington: Police assist with a female fall patient.

2:56 p.m., N. Hemlock: Police respond to a report of a suspicious black bag left on sidewalk. Bag gone on police arrival.


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