Police log

April 21

10:35 a.m. Beach, Silver Point: Police and the Cannon Beach Fire Department assist a woman knocked over by her own dog.

4:17 p.m., Beach: Found keys are turned into the police.

8:15 p.m., 2800 block Pacific: A heavily intoxicated man causing a disturbance outside a hotel is warned of disorderly conduct.

10:56 p.m., Tolovana and the Beach: Spotted Chinese floating lanterns are seen in the sky. Officer attempt to locate the person or persons who set them off but are unable to do so.

11:54 p.m., 100 block W. Madison: Caller reports people camping or preparing to camp overnight on the beach. Officers contacting subjects are told subjects are photographing the Milky Way.

April 22

8:27 a.m., Highway 101 and Milepost 30: A person spotted sleeping in a sleeping bag along the side of the highway is neither hurt nor wanting assistance.

4:21 p.m., Haystack Lane: Lost keys was reunited with their owner.

5:02 p.m., 800 block Ecola Park Road: A burglary was reported. Officers checking the residence area found multiple places where the burglar attempted to break in, as well as an unlocked sliding door which seemed the likely place of entry. There were signs someone had been in the house but nothing obvious was missing.

8:13 p.m., 3400 block S. Hemlock: A person said his room had been unlawfully entered. A spare room key may or may not have gone missing.

April 23

1:03 a.m., 100 block E. Madison: Caller reports a suspicious person; police say it is a person wearing a breathing mask.

3:28 p.m., 100 block N. Larch: A nonviolent, verbal only argument ensued between a couple. The woman said she was returning to Portland. Police gave her a courtesy ride to the bus stop.

5:39 p.m., Highway 101 and Sunset: Police respond for a request of a welfare check on a man reported slumped over his steering wheel. The vehicle was gone prior to police arrival.

April 24

7:39 a.m., 100 block E. Madison: A person called police to say they found tacks on their front doorstep. They believe this is related to a prior report. Additional patrols are requested.

10:00 a.m., 1100 block Spruce Court: A watch is reported stolen.

12:39 a.m., Ecola State Park: A wallet is reported lost.

4:32 p.m.,, Haystack Parking: A dog locked in a car on a 68 degree day is reported in distress. Police arrive just as the family was coming back from the beach. They said would be leaving the area shortly.

10:33 p.m., 1000 block S. Columbia, Seaside: Cannon Beach police assist with two women fighting. Seaside police were assisted on scene, at the hospital, and the Seaside police department. Cannon Beach police returned a few hours later to the Seaside police headquarters to assist with a report of one of the women attempting to strangle herself with clothing.

April 25

11:17 p.m., Highway 101 and Junction 26: Cannon Beach police assist Seaside police with a report of a driver who ran a stop sign and then ignored a police command to stop their vehicle. The subject was stopped at the junction.

April 26

10:14 a.m., 3700 block S. Hemlock: A dogfight between a pit bull and a pug that occurred on April 23 was resolved amicably. Neither dog was injured and the pit bull will be staying home in Portland when its owners come to use their condo in Cannon Beach.

April 28

8:39 a.m., 3400 block S. Hemlock: Police respond to a complaint about telephone harassment. Options are given.

9:21 p.m., Ecola State Park: A hiker who refused medical help after sustaining an injury is assisted to their vehicle.

April 30

8:06 a.m., 300 block Elk Creek: Police respond to a domestic assault in the fourth degree. An arrested subject is transported to the Clatsop County jail.

May 1

10:36 p.m., 2800 block S. Pacific: Police respond to a report of a screaming child. A check was conducted and the child was fine.

May 2

12:18 a.m., Tolovana Wayside: Subjects are warned of overnight camping.

May 3

12:02 a.m., Tolovana Wayside: Subjects are warned of overnight camping.

1:03 a.m., Second Street: Subjects are warned for overnight camping. A minor with them is also in possession. They are told they can stay where they are for the night.

6:08 p.m. 100 block E. Gower: Children turn in police two empty marijuana containers they found on the sidewalk as litter.

May 4

11 a.m., 100 block N. Hemlock: Vertical pennants set outside businesses for the Plein Air Festival are discussed with the police as there is a prohibition against such pennants. The person in charge of the festival said the pennants would come down when she has a crew available to help her.

5:52 p.m., Beach and Les Shirley: A car key found on beach that opened a vehicle remotely were turned in to police who shortly after united them with their owner.

May 5

2:17 a.m., Sewer Ponds Parking: Subjects are warned for overnight camping.

2:23 a.m., Sewer Ponds Parking: Subjects are warned for overnight camping.

2:51 a.m., N. Wahanna: Subjects are given a courtesy ride.

8:56 a.m., Beach: A film crew filming without a permit are advised to finish up and leave.

11:17 a.m., Ocean: A paddle boarder possibly in distress one-half mile from the shore is safely returned to shore.

May 6

1:44 a.m., Les Shirley Park: Subjects are warned for overnight camping.

2:06 a.m., Seventh and Oak: Subjects are warned for overnight camping.

2:42 a.m., Sewer Ponds: Subjects are warned for overnight camping.

2:52 a.m., Library: Subjects warned for overnight camping.

4:39 p.m., 1100 block Spruce Court: An elderly dehydrated female unable to care for self was transported by Medix to the hospital.

10:04 p.m., 700 block Haskell Lane: A man who said he climbed a tree to get away from a frightening large cat was helped down out of a tree and led out of the woods. He was also trespassed.

May 7

11:29 p.m., 1400 block S. Hemlock: A man reported breaking into a car is determined to be the owner of the car.

May 8

9:25 a.m., 1100 block S. Spruce: Police say tires were unlawfully flattened. Criminal mischief in the second degree was reported.

6:03 p.m., Conference Center: A man “talking gibberish” to a woman was reported as a disturbance.

11:13 p.m., 800 block Ecola Park Road: An attempted break in was documented. There were no signs of anyone having been in the house.

May 9

1:21 a.m., Seventh and Oak: Subjects are field interviewed in conjunction with a recent burglary.

May 10

5:57 p.m., Spruce and Elliot: A man reported wandering the neighborhood tells police he is waiting for the bus.

6:37 p.m., 1100 block S. Hemlock: A reported panhandler is unable to be located.

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