Seaside Police

Seaside Police

Nov. 4

3:33 a.m., 800 block Ocean Way: Caller reports someone attempting to enter her residence. Police canvass the area with negative results.

9:20 a.m., Queen and 12th: Caller reports loose horse wandering the street. Police are able to corral the horse; a horse rescue is contacted to assist the animal.

9:36 a.m., Beach: Bones found on the beach are determined to be animal, not human. Oregon State police and Seaside Aquarium are advised.

5:52 p.m., Police headquarters: A person came in to register as a sex offender.

Nov. 5

3:21 a.m., Keepsake Drive: Suspicious circumstances are reported.

9:45 p.m., 600 block Broadway: A disturbance is reported.

Nov. 6

7:31 a.m., Indian Way and Holladay Drive: A person is pulled over for excessive speed.

7:50 a.m., Indian Way and Holladay Drive: Another person is pulled over for excessive speed.

8:04 a.m., Indian Way and Holladay Drive: A person is pulled over for excessive speed.

8:40 a.m., Highway 101 by Java Reef: A subject is arrested on a warrant.

3:04 p.m., 800 block Necanicum: A disturbance is reported.

6:37 p.m., Highway 101: A caller reports someone rolling around in the road in the vicinity of the Relief Pitcher; police canvassing the area are unable to locate.

11:48 p.m., 300 block N. Holladay: A person wearing a headlamp while searching for cans in private yards is warned he’s been complained about and agrees to move along.

Nov. 7

12:05 p.m., Avenue S and AlderMill: A person is pulled over for exceeding the posted speed limit.

1:10 p.m., Ocean Shore near Mo’s: A disturbance is reported.

3:22 p.m., 1000 block S. Downing: A disturbance is reported.

11:38 p.m., Highway 101 and Airport Road: A person is pulled over for excessive speed.

Nov. 8

2:44 a.m., Dairy Queen: Caller reports someone attempting to break into Dairy Queen; on arrival, police encounter subject collecting cans outside the shop. Subject advised.

3:21 a.m., 1900 block S. Roosevelt: Police respond to a report of a person holding a gas can and flailing his arms on the side of the highway; on arrival and canvassing the area, no one fitting that description is located.

5:31 a.m., Highway 101: Police pull over a semi-trailer failing to maintain its lane and braking often; the driver tells police he is turned around and is attempting to get to McDonald’s.

Nov. 9

12:57 a.m., Seaside High School: Police assist Gearhart police on a complaint regarding a possibly intoxicated driver.

Nov. 10

1:47 a.m., Sixth and Necanicum: A disturbance is reported.

8:05 a.m., 800 block Ocean Way: A female who told police she might self harm expresses desire to go to the hospital. She is aided.

4:54 p.m., 300 block Ocean Way: Caller reports male who they observed urinating against his truck is now downtown and possibly intoxicated. Police locate subject who is not intoxicated but excessively chatty. Subject is advised of the complaint.

7:47 p.m., Broadway and Wahanna: A person is arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated.

Nov. 11

12:42 p.m., Section Line: A missing person is reported.

6:52 p.m., 1800 block S. Roosevelt: Caller requests welfare check on individual who appears to be strung out; police making contact say the subject is moving along.

Nov. 12

6:13 a.m., 1000 block S. Columbia: Caller reports two coyotes sighted in the area.

1:15 a.m., S. Holladay: A person is arrested and charged with DUI.

2:59 p.m., Chamber rest area: A person is arrested on a warrant.

6:28 p.m., 1900 block Spruce Drive: A disturbance is reported.

19:55 p.m., 14th Street and N. Roosevelt: A person is pulled over for a traffic violation and then ticketed for operating a vehicle with an expired license.

Nov. 13

3:34 p.m., Police headquarters: A person came in to register as a sex offender.

11:58 p.m., 800 block S. Roosevelt: Assistance is rendered.

Nov. 14

3:35 a.m., Chamber restrooms: A subject is warned of unlawful lodging.

7:52 p.m., 300 block S. Columbia: A disturbance is reported.

11:13 p.m., 500 block S. Holladay: An unsecured building is secured.

Seaside Fire

Nov. 5

5:43 a.m., Mill Creek: Emergency medical response.

Nov. 7

7:35 a.m., 1700 block 12th Avenue: Emergency medical response.

10:58 a.m., Forest Drive: Emergency medical response.

Nov. 9

11:27 a.m., 36000 block RiverPoint Drive: Fire investigation.

Nov. 10

3:53 a.m., 1000 block S. Downing: Emergency medical response. Medix on scene.

9:41 a.m., N. Holladay: Emergency medical response.

1:58 p.m., Avenue S: Structure fire reported with flames and smoke.

Nov. 11

7:56 a.m., 1300 block Second Avenue: Emergency medical response. A deceased person is reported.

10:10 a.m., Tillamook Head: Emergency medical response.

10:54 a.m., 400 block First Avenue: Fire alarm.

Nov. 13

7:15 a.m., 500 block Avenue U: Emergency medical response. Medix on scene.

9:11 a.m., 400 block S. Holladay: Emergency medical response.

11:29 a.m., Highway 101: Emergency medical response.

1:58 p.m., 400 block N. Downing: Emergency medical response.

Nov. 14

12:05 p.m., 1000 block S. Downing: Emergency medical response.

Oregon State Police

Washington driver with suspensions 

On Nov. 13 at 16:54 p.m., on U.S. Highway 101, Oregon State police observed the operator of a motor vehicle backing up after entering the turnoff to Highway 26. Upon being pulled over, the operator, a 43 year old male from Washington, presented his driver’s license; a check of his license revealed his driving privileges have been suspended in both Oregon and Washington. The vehicle was impounded and removed by Gary’s Towing.

 Elk vs Volkswagen incident

On Nov. 13 at 21:25 p.m., on Highway 26 at Milepost 8.5, a male elk entered the roadway where it encountered a Volkswagen Golf traveling west on the highway. The operator of the vehicle applied the brakes, but hit the elk, which rose up on the windshield and was thrown over the vehicle. The two occupants, a 59 year old man from Astoria and a 12 year old child, declined medical attention from fire and medical response. The vehicle was removed from the scene by Classic Towing. The disposition of the elk is unknown.

Teen driver makes a run for it after a highway crash

On Nov. 15 at 9:56 p.m., on Highway 26 Milepost 12, heading westbound, Oregon State police responded to a single vehicle crash. A witness who was flagged down by the occupants of the vehicle called 911, reporting that the driver, a teenager, did not want police on scene. When the driver became aware that police were en route, he lay down in the roadway with the intention of being run over. He was pulled out of the roadway by other occupants of the crashed vehicle; he became combative and fled into the woods. Oregon State police and Clatsop County deputies searched the area but were unable to find the driver who was likely intoxicated. The 17-year-old male was later located hitchhiking towards Seaside by Medix who cleared the area after a search for the driver was unsuccessful. The youth was taken into custody without incident and willingly provided a BAC of .12 to Seaside police. His parents were contacted and he was released to their custody on Highway 26 near Milepost 34. He was cited for DUII, reckless driving, and recklessly endangering four people. Additional charges may be recommended. Three other occupants of the crashed vehicle were transported to Providence Seaside Hospital; a fourth occupant was given a ride to the hospital by a good Samaritan. Gary“s Towing removed the vehicle. Hamlet Fire, Medix, Seaside police and Clatsop County police assisted at the scene.

Woman found lying by the fogline

On Nov. 16 at 12:02 a.m., on Highway 26 near Milepost 3, a 30-year-old woman was found lying by the fogline. Medical assistance was called for and the woman was transported to Seaside Providence Hospital where she was evaluated and discharged with no signs of injury.

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