Seaside Police

Seaside Police

Nov. 29

1:29 a.m., Highway 101: Police assist Gearhart police with a suicidal subject.

10:36 a.m., Avenue K and Beach: After being alerted of a transient camp on the beach, officer dismantled vacant camp. Public Works notified for disposal.

Nov. 30

10:33 p.m. N. Holladay: Police contact a couple reported to be creating a loud disturbance; both parties agree to shut it down for the night.

Dec. 1

6:18 a.m., 300 block N. Wahanna: A burglary is reported.

6:18 a.m., 300 block N. Wahanna: A person is arrested on a warrant.

11:55 a.m., Avenue G and Holladay Drive: Motor vehicle accident. Emergency responders on scene.

8:25 p.m., Police headquarters: A person came in to register as a sex offender.

Dec. 2

11:47 p.m., Whispering Pines: A person is arrested and charged with DUI.

8:19 p.m., Avenue K and Irvine: A disturbance is reported.

Dec. 3

1:17 p.m., Great Wall, Highway 101, Gearhart: Seaside police assist Gearhart police.

4:49 p.m., 2100 block Lewis and Clark Road: A disturbance is reported.

Dec. 4

4:08 p.m., Seventh and Ocean Shore: A person is arrested on a warrant.

11:49 p.m., N. Holladay: Subjects are warned of unlawful lodging.

Dec. 5

2:05 a.m., Seaside Providence Hospital, Wahanna Rd.: A disturbance is reported.

9:04 a.m., Avenue A: Criminal trespass is reported.

5:30 p.m., 700 block S. Downing: A possibly intoxicated person is reported wandering in the area. Police are unable to locate.

7:02 p.m., 1700 block S. Roosevelt: A transient is reported lingering in a parking lot for ten hours; subject, known to the police as having mental issues, agrees to move along.

10:17 p.m., 2300 block S. Roosevelt: Caller reports her ex boyfriend is driving intoxicated to work; officer contacting subject finds the complaint to be unfounded.

11:36 p.m., Police headquarters: Police receive a call from a resident of Clackamas County who said his wife was assaulted in a bar in Seaside. After investigation, police say the woman was not in Seaside.

Seaside Fire

Nov. 29

3:42 a.m., 1000 block S. Downing: Emergency medical response

1:22 p.m., 1600 block Laurel Street: Campfire in wooded area.

10:34 p.m., 2200 block Boehm Acres: Emergency medical response.

Dec. 1

1:42 a.m., 500 block N. Holladay: Emergency medical response. Medix on scene.

11:51 a.m., Tillamook Head Trail: Emergency medical response.

Dec. 2

8:21 p.m., Turnaround: Emergency medical response.

Dec. 3

6:02 p.m., S. Roosevelt: Assist other agency with an emergency medical response.

Dec. 4

3:26 a.m., 2400 block S. Roosevelt: Fire alarm.

10:13 a.m., 800 block Necanicum: Emergency medical response.

1:01 p.m., 8500 block Highway 101: Emergency medical response.

Dec. 5

12:07 a.m., 700 block 12th Avenue: Emergency medical response.

Oregon State Police

Blinded by headlights

On Dec. 10 at 4:31 p.m. on Highway 101 and East Pine Lane, the driver of a red Dodge Durango told police while traveling southbound, blinded by ongoing headlights from traffic traveling in the northbound lane, she lost sight of the road shoulder and drove into a ditch, coming to an uncontrolled stop in bushes. Cannon Beach police, Medix, and ODOT were on scene to assist a 58 year old male from Sandy, a 32-year-old female, address unknown, and a 48-year-old female from Seaside. The southbound lane was closed and detoured for about an hour. Gary’s Towing removed the vehicle. No injuries were reported.

Gearhart woman charged with DUII

On Dec. 10 at 4:53 p.m., on Highway 101 and Wild Daffodil Lane, a gray Jeep traveling northbound slowed for a previously reported crash off the southbound shoulder and was struck hard from behind by a Toyota 4-runner. Both vehicles initially pulled off the road, but then the Toyota took off after the driver refused to give any information. Oregon State Police located the vehicle and driver at her residence. Julianne Elina Hall, 65 from Gearhart, was arrested for failure to perform duties of a driver and DUII. Hall was transported to Seaside police headquarters where she refused the breath test.

Asleep at the wheel

On Dec. 7 at 6:50 a.m., on Highway 101 and Fifth Street near MP 19, the 19 year old male driver from Portland at the wheel of a Ford EC2 van carrying five males from Portland and Cornelius traveling northbound told troopers he fell asleep at the wheel, resulting in the vehicle leaving the roadway to crash into brush.

While the vehicle sustained only minor damage, extensive facial injuries were observed on the three rear view passengers. Gary’s Towing pulled the vehicle back on to the road. No further action was taken.

Seaside woman charged with DUII 

On Dec. 3 at 9:10 p.m., on Highway 26 and Crowder Road, the driver of a silver Toyota Camry went wide while attempting to turn left into her driveway at Highway 26 and MP 18; this resulted in her missing the driveway and sliding down an embankment where her vehicle came to rest on the passenger side.

The driver, Karma Diane Smith, 47, of Seaside, extricated herself without injury. A state trooper on arrival soon after observed Smith showed signs of impairment. She performed poorly on a field sobriety test, and was arrested on scene for DUII. Classic Towing was contacted to recover the vehicle and transport it to the driveway.

Smith was advised to contact the tow company regarding payment for their service. The Elsie/Vinemaple Volunteer Fire Department was on scene to get a signed medical release.

Smith was transported to Seaside police headquarters where she submitted to a breath sample of .16%. She was released to friends.

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