Seaside Police

Seaside Police

Nov. 15

7:59 a.m., Chamber restrooms: A person is warned of unlawful lodging.

1:22 p.m., 200 block Avenue A: Seaside police assist another agency arresting a person wanted on a warrant.

Nov. 16

8:12 p.m., 3400 block S. Hemlock: Seaside police assist Cannon Beach police on a disturbance.

11:48 p.m., Avenue A: Intoxicated subjects reported to be engaged in a disturbance agree to return to their hotel accommodations, located approximately five feet away.

Nov. 17

12:25 a.m., 400 block Avenue G: Two people yelling and screaming at each other are advised of a complaint. They said they were heading on to the beach. No further action taken.

4:26 a.m., 1300 block Avenue U: A dog reported stuck between a wall and a dumpster freed itself prior to police arrival.

5:24 p.m., Beach: Caller reports a woman screaming and crying on the beach. Subject tells officer she is screaming at the ocean because her dog was hit by a car that day.

Nov. 18

12:57 a.m., Roosevelt and Avenue H: A subject is warned he should not be standing in the middle of the road.

7:06 a.m., 800 block Ocean Way: A disturbance is reported; another disturbance at the same address is reported at 7:54 a.m.

11:22 a.m., 800 block Ocean Way: A disturbance is reported.

8:58 p.m., 800 block Avenue M: Caller reports teenaged males rummaging through trash; officers canvassing the area find no one of that description.

Nov. 19

10:43 a.m., Beach and Eleventh Avenue: A transient tent reported and soon after located on the beach is empty; police took it down.

8:05 p.m., 1000 block S. Downing: Suspicious circumstances are reported.

Nov. 20

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

4:08 p.m., Police headquarters: A person came into for their annual registration as a sex offender.

9:25 p.m., First Avenue: A violation of the liquor laws is reported.

Nov. 21

8:52 a.m., 1000 block S. Downing: Sex crimes are reported.

7:20 p.m,, 800 block Avenue M: A disturbance is reported.

Fire

Nov. 15

1:10 a.m., Forest Drive: Emergency medical response.

8:20 a.m., 2600 block Highway 101: Emergency medical response.

1:18 p.m., 1000 block N. Roosevelt: Fire alarm.

2:37 p.m., 2300 block S. Roosevelt: Fire investigation.

Nov. 16

11:26 a.m., 1000 block S. Downing: Police responding to a request for a welfare check learn the subject of the request has been transported to the hospital.

Nov. 17

3:10 a.m., Avenue G: Emergency medical response.

3:24 p.m., 800 block 26th Avenue: Emergency medical response.

Nov. 18

9:05 a.m., 800 block Necanicum: Emergency medical response.

Nov. 20

1:16 p.m., 400 block Hillside Loop: Emergency medical response.

10:58 p.m., 900 block N. Holladay: Emergency medical response. Medics on scene.

Nov. 21

5:53 a.m., 1000 block Avenue F: Fire investigation.

1:32 p.m., Fifteenth and Franklin: Emergency medical response.

9:11 p.m., 2500 block Millcreek Lane: Emergency medical response.

Oregon State Police

Two vehicles lose control on icy road resulting in crashes

On Nov. 22 at 7:05 a.m. on Highway 26 near Mile Post 11, a driver traveling eastbound lost control of their vehicle on a curve; the road was slick and the vehicle left the roadway and rolled into a ditch. Three occupants of the vehicle were transported to the hospital with minor injuries prior to police arrival. The vehicle was substantially damaged. A witness  traveling eastbound told police she saw the vehicle lose control and crash. The state police officer at the scene of the incident reported that at 10:28 a.m. while on scene, he observed a driver traveling westbound near Mile Post 11 driving at an unsafe speed given the icy conditions. This vehicle, pulling a box trailer, was in the passing lane and passing other vehicles when it passed out of sight of the officer; at the next curve, the driver lost control of the vehicle and jackknifed it, striking the guard rail, causing substantial damage to his truck, trailer, and the ODOT guard rail. No injuries were reported.

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