12:21 a.m., 800 block S. Roosevelt: A disturbance is reported.
1:32 a.m., Avenue I and S. Edgewood: A disturbance is reported.
3:10 a.m., 300 block Avenue A: A person is arrested and charged with driving under the influence of an intoxicant.
6:19 a.m., 2400 block Ocean Vista Way: Sex crimes are reported.
12:03 a.m., Fourth Avenue and Necanicum: A person is arrested and charged with driving under the influence of intoxicants.
6:44 p.m., Avenue S Storage: An assault is reported.
11:26 a.m., 2600 block, U.S. Highway 101: A deceased person is reported.
11:33 a.m., Sailors Grave: A caller reports someone built a structure from beach debris; officers took down the building.
9:34 p.m., S. Wahanna Road: A person is reported missing.
12:20 a.m., 700 block Avenue H: A person reported playing loud music is advised of the complaint. They agree to turn down the volume.
3:43 a.m., Avenue A: A person sleeping in his car is advised of local ordinance.
12:02 p.m., 600 block Duane Avenue: A person on a warrant arrest by Astoria police is notified of a new court date due to Covid-19.
8:07 p.m., Beach ‘n Brew, 400 block Avenue A: Two men are warned of disorderly conduct after creating a disturbance.
10:27 a.m., Ninth and Prom: A man reported screaming tells police he is just cleaning out his lungs.
1:28 p.m., 1300 block Broadway: Kids throwing rocks off a roof are warned of their behavior.
3:31 p.m., 1100 block Broadway: A man sleeping in a doorway is advised to move along.
5:53 a.m., 500 block Avenue A: A man reported sneaking into a hotel and stealing a snack is unable to be located by patrol.
1:47 p.m., Beach, Semaphore 3: A lifeguard who found a lost child reunited it with the parent.
5:25 p.m., 1400 block N. Wahanna: An argument between roommates is determined to be a civil issue.
1:27 a.m., 600 block Avenue T: Emergency medical response.
1:34 a.m., 400 block S. Edgewood: Emergency medical response.
11:01 a.m., 3800 block Sunset Blvd.: Emergency medical response.
12:24 p.m., 1400 block N. Roosevelt: Fire alarm.
8:56 p.m., N. Prom: Emergency medical response.
12:011 a.m., 400 block S. Columbia: Emergency medical response.
1:34 p.m., 1000 block N. Prom: Emergency medical response.
4:57 p.m., U.S. Highway 101 and High Life Adventures: Emergency medical response. Other agencies are assisted with a head on collision involving multiple vehicles.
6:36 p.m., Avenue G: Emergency medical response.
6:20 a.m., 400 block Avenue P: Emergency medical response.
10:21 a.m., 1100 block N. Holladay: Emergency medical response.
12:18 p.m., 2600 block U.S. Highway 101: Emergency medical response.
Oregon State Police
A 30-year-old Seaside man was involved in a car accident May 28 at 11:03 a.m. on U.S. Highway 30 and Ivy Station Road in Knappa. The front driver side of his pickup traveling westbound came off and struck the front driver’s side wheel of an SUV traveling eastbound, causing it to blow. The driver of the SUV was a 46-year-old man from Troutdale. No injuries were reported but there was mechanical damage. Both drivers called for their own assistance.
Hits utility pole
A 57-year-old Seaside man traveling northbound on U.S. Highway 103 approaching a very sharp curve at Pope-Meeker Lane on May 28 at 12:19 a.m., encountered an Elsie-Vinemaple fire truck traveling southbound with its siren displayed and emergency lights on. The driver panicked near the curve and steered to the left, went off the pavement, slid on gravel, and hit a utility pole. The driver suffered no injuries and there was no contact between the vehicles. The driver of the fire engine stopped and remained on scene. Gary’s Towing removed the Seaside man’s SUV; he called someone to pick him up. West Oregon Electric responded to assess the pole and schedule replacement.
Police responded on June 6 at 8:47 a.m., to a two-truck crash at Baker’s General Store on U.S. Highway 26 and Bear Road. A 73-year-old Seaside man in a smaller pick up was in the parking area of the store intending to drive across the highway on to Bear Road and did not see an eastbound pick up driven by a 65-year-old man from McMinnville who did not have time to stop. It was a non-injury crash and one truck was drivable. The other was towed by Gary’s Towing at the owner’s request.
Too many clams
A 58-year-old tourist from Hawaii was cited on June 6 at 5:33 a.m. in the parking lot at 12th Avenue in Seaside for taking too many clams. Forty razor clams were inside his commercial-sized clam sack. He did not have a commercial license, just a 3-day recreational shellfish license.
On June 7 at 8:50 a.m., a 24-year-old man told police his car left the roadway during an uncontrolled stop after being caught in thorn bushes down a shallow embankment. He believed he nodded off while driving and said he said he took two hydroxyzine tablets earlier that morning and admitted to only having three hours sleep the night before. Gary’s Towing removed his vehicle. No injuries were reported.
On June 7 at 6:12 p.m., a 40-year-old man from Stayton in a Chevy Silverado crashed into three other cars before coming to a stop on U.S. Highway 26 and Avenue U. The man is said to have a medical issue but he is also uninsured and his license suspended. He was cited for driving while uninsured, driving while suspended, and careless driving.
Truck in ditch
On June 12 at 10:48 a.m., a 53-year-old Gearhart man driving a small dump truck traveling southbound on U.S. Highway 101 near milepost 8 lost engine power and his power steering. The driver reported steering hard right to get the truck off the roadway, ending up in a muddy ditch. The truck was stuck in the mud; the driver contacted the owner of the business who arrived with a second truck. No injuries were reported and no tow needed.
On June 13 at 5:40 a.m., James Robert Moon, 23, of Seaside was arrested and charged with driving under the influence of intoxicants after he crashed his car into a ditch while traveling southbound on U.S. Highway 101 near Gearhart Lane. Moon was taken by ambulance to Seaside Providence Hospital; at the hospital a trooper saw signs of impairment. After Moon was released from the hospital he performed a field sobriety test showing a .11 B.A.C. three hours after the crash. His car was towed from the scene by Gary’s Towing and Moon left in the custody of Clatsop County Jail staff.