The Seaside Police Department responded to a party at around 10:23 p.m. Friday, Dec. 6, at the Coast River Inn, where several minors and adults were cited for alcohol-related charges. One man responsible for the party, Landon Warrilow, 33, of Gresham, was cited for furnishing alcohol to minors.
According to police, over 20 other people, ranging in ages from 15-20, were cited for minor in possession of alcohol. Several other people in attendance who provided breath samples and found to have no alcohol in their blood left the area without citations. Ian Conley, 20, of Cornelius, was also arrested for an outstanding warrant out of Washington County.
Staff at the same hotel called Seaside Police on Saturday, Dec. 7, to report that another party was beginning at the same location. When officers arrived, the people in attendance departed before police were able to detain them.
Officers learned that the same group of people were having a party on 24th Ave Sunday, Dec. 8. By this time officers learned that the previously arrested Warrilow had provided false information during the issuance of a citation Friday evening and probable cause now existed for his arrest on the charge of providing false information to a police officer. Upon arrival at this latest party, location officers were allowed to enter the residence to arrest Warrilow on the new charge and the party was dispersed.
Anyone with information about this case is asked to contact Cpl. Jeff Oja of the Seaside Police Department at (503) 738-6311.