Seaside Police

Seaside Police patrol the Turnaround.

By Seaside Signal

Dec. 14

4:26 a.m., Bus stop and Seaside Cinema: Subjects using the bus stop as a bedroom were advised of an ordinance about Littering Near a Waterway; they decided to move on.

8:17 a.m., 12th Avenue and Seaside Cinema: Transients using the bus stop as a shelter were advised of complaints against them and ordered to clean up their mess and move along.

Noon: 12th and Necanicum: A couple dancing in a public restroom to blaring music were asked to leave.

12:47 p.m., 200 block S. Holladay: A man asking restaurant customers to please buy him food is trespassed from the establishment.

Dec. 15

4:28 a.m., 700 block 15th Avenue: A subject is arrested and charged with unlawful possession of a weapon with intent to use.

Dec. 16

11 p.m., Cemetery: A person who told police they were collecting firewood from fallen branches was advised of the cemetery hours and advised to leave.

Dec. 17

5:06 p.m., 3400 block Highway 101: A dog impounded by Gearhart police is transferred to the kennel in Seaside.

Dec. 18

4:51 p.m., Mill Ponds and Public Works: A subject is arrested on a warrant and also charged with giving false information to police.

Dec. 19

8:20 a.m., 1300 block S. Roosevelt: Police respond to a report of a dog running loose in a parking lot. Police are unable to locate.

10:02 a.m., 2000 block S. Downing: Report of a small dog running loose. Police are unable to locate.

10:14 a.m., Second and Necanicum: Caller reports subject using a drone in violation of city ordinance. Officer contacts drone operator and advises them of the requirement to check in with the Public Works Director due to proximity to the city’s municipal airport. Subject packs up and leaves with drone.

11:34 a.m., Ocean Shore: Teens are advised of high surf danger after being reported swimming.

Dec. 20

12:41 a.m., 10th Avenue: A burglary is reported.

10:39 a.m., 800 block 10th Avenue: A death is reported.

Dec. 21

7:43 p.m., 1300 block Second Street: Caller says her roommate is telling her to get out; an hour later, police return to advise the roommate (male) of the eviction process.

Dec. 22

4;10 p.m., 800 block Necanicum: A found debit card is turned in to police.

Dec. 23

8:37 a.m., Police headquarters: A sex offender comes in to register.

1:5o p.m., 800 block Avenue M: Police assist with a child accidentally locked in an apartment.

Dec. 24

12:50 a.m., 2100 block Lewis and Clark: A subject is charged with criminal trespass and burglary.

4:46 p.m., Avenue S bridge: A subject reported sleeping under the bridge is advised he is in a no-trespassing zone.

Dec. 25

6:29 a.m., 1000 block S. Downing: A homeless subject wearing a red coat is reported sitting in a chair by the laundry room of a residential complex; subject said they were looking for a covered place in case of rain. They are advised to leave.

Dec. 26

7:04 p.m., 500 block Beach Drive: A person is arrested and charged with menacing; unlawful possession of a weapon with intent to use; and resisting arrest.

Dec. 27

4:44 a.m., 12th Avenue Bridge: A person flagged down a police officer to report a female who said they intended to self harm. Police were unable to locate.

1:38 p.m., Mill Ponds: A burnt trash can located in a forested area known to be used by transients is removed by Public Works.

5:39 p.m., 400 block Avenue P: A person is charged with criminal mistreatment in the first degree as well as theft in the first degree.

9:21 p.m., Avenue U: A person is arrested and charged with driving under the influence of intoxicants.

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