Seaside Police Department

The Seaside police station on South Holladay Drive.

Seaside Police

April 24

12:22 a.m., Beach: A person walking the shoreline is advised the beach is closed.

6:57 a.m., Avenue U and Grove: A person trespassing on the Donovan Clinic property is advised to move along.

9:58 a.m. 2300 block S. Downing: Police are unable to locate a vehicle called in on a parking complaint.

12:01 p.m., 33000 block Beerman Creek Road: Drug activity is reported. On police arrival, none of the described vehicles are located in the area.

April 25

12:33 p.m., Ocean Shore: People on the beach are reminded of the closure.

12:50 p.m., Haystack Rock: Police assist Cannon Beach police with an emergency medical response.

6:31 p.m., Beach: A person on the beach is advised of the closure.

April 26

8:40 a.m., 1900 block S. Holladay: People camping in two vehicles are advised of the no camping laws. They say they will be leaving the area.

9:17 a.m., Avenue A and the Beach: Subjects are advised of beach closure.

2:39 p.m., Wooded area off 12th Avenue: A person is arrested on a warrant.

April 27

11:35 a.m., 1000 block S. Downing: Fraud is reported.

8:41 p.m., Avenue A and the Prom: A person reported making a lot of noise and yelling tells police he’s upset because of an earlier encounter. He is warned of disorderly conduct.

11:07 p.m., 400 block S. Wahanna: Sex crimes are reported.

April 28

12:42 a.m., 1000 block 24th Avenue: Caller reports someone trying to break into a neighbor’s porch. On police arrival, a pack of raccoons scurried off.

7:19 p.m., Broadway: A woman found sleeping next to a fence is advised to move along.

9 p.m., 2000 block Spruce: Subjects crawling under the gate at the new school say they are only looking at the construction.

10:34 p.m., Highway 26, MP 10: Police assist Oregon State Police on a call.

10:45 p.m., 200 block N. Holladay: Parties reported to be creating a disturbance agree to behave in a more civil manner after police show up.

April 29

3:11 a.m., 1500 block S. Franklin: Police respond to a report of unsupervised noisy children at a vacation rental. Officers contacted the inhabitants and advised them of the emergency ban on vacation rentals due to COVID-19.

12:12 p.m., The Cove: A subject reported removing rocks from the beach and loading them into his van is advised to stop.

3:34 p.m., 800 block N. Holladay: Subjects reported using drugs deny the allegation.

8:55 p.m., Avenue U: A disturbance is reported.

April 30

7:09 a.m., 900 block Avenue S: Loud music and screaming children are reported by a neighbor. Police say this is an ongoing issue and both parties are advised.

8:23 p.m., 400 block N. Wahanna: A loud explosion in the area is reported to be a blown fuse. Pacific Power is contacted.

11:26 p.m., 300 block Broadway: A subjected is cited for open container.

Seaside Fire

April 24

3:23 p.m., 400 block N. Downing: Fire investigation.

April 25

5:25 p.m., 25000 S. Roosevelt: Emergency medical response.

8:01 p.m., 900 block S. Franklin: Emergency medical response.

April 26

5:43 a.m., 1000 block S. Holladay: Emergency medical response.

2:23 p.m., 800 block Seventh Avenue: Emergency medical response.

April 27

9:31 a.m., 1101 block N. Franklin: Emergency medical response.

10:46 a.m., Junction: Emergency medical response.

3:35 p.m., 1100 block N. Franklin: Emergency medical response.

April 28

5:19 a.m., 1600 block N. Prom: Emergency medical response.

5:21 a.m., Forest Drive: Emergency medical response.

7:05 p.m., 84000 block Forest Drive: Emergency medical response.

April 29

11:02 a.m., 800 block Necanicum: Fire alarm.

6:45 p.m., Ocean Way: Emergency medical response.

April 30

1:07 a.m., 400 block S. Holladay Drive: Emergency medical response.

7:16 a.m., N. Roosevelt: A transient observed sleeping in a doorway is unsteady on his feet and can't stay up; he is transported to Seaside Providence Hospital.

9:29 a.m., G Street Bridge: Fire investigation.

Oregon State Police

Fell asleep behind the wheel

A 75-year-old Wilsonville man fell asleep behind wheel and crashed into the woods on April 17 at 7:12 a.m., on Highway 26 by Wunsch Road. His white BMW was spotted by troopers on the northbound side of the highway. Police say the man had minimal injuries but his BMW sustained significant damage and was towed from the scene by Classic Towing.

Driving while intoxicated

A caller reported an impaired driver on Highway 26 near Sunset S.R.A. Conn. Road on April 19 at 5:06 p.m. The caller was able to articulate the subject’s dangerous driving and state of intoxication after stopping the driver himself and offering to drive for him or call a sober driver. The subject refused and continued on the highway. Police located Anthony Marcus Light, 31, and arrested him for DUII. Light provided a breath sample of .21 blood alcohol content and was issued a criminal citation as well as violation citations for open container and failure to stay in his lane. His Subaru was towed from the scene by Classic Towing.

Rear end collision

On April 25 at 3:48 p.m. on Highway 101 and Dorymen Lane, a 65-year-old Warrenton woman traveling northbound slowed to turn on to Dorymen Lane when she was rear-ended by a 56-year-old man from Astoria. She complained of back pain but declined Medix assistance or transport. No tow companies were required to remove her Nissan Altima or his Ford F-150 from the roadway. The Gearhart FD was on scene to assist in managing traffic.

Man charged with reckless driving, reckless endangerment

On April 25 at 6:11 p.m. on Highway 26 near MP 10, Cesar Jaimes Perez, 29 from Portland, was arrested and charged with driving with a suspended license and cited for reckless driving and reckless endangerment as he had a 16-year-old passenger in the car. Perez was clocked going 103 mph on Highway 26 in his Kia. The vehicle was towed from the scene and Perez issued a ticket to appear in court May 19.

Seaside woman blocked from buying gun

On April 27 at 4:11 p.m., a 29-year-old Seaside woman attempted to purchase a firearm from Cannon Beach Surf and Mercantile on Spruce Street in Cannon Beach. The applicant has an issue with a court order prohibiting the possession of firearms. Her action is under investigation.

Reckless driver pulled over

On April 27 at 5:22 p.m., assisted Seaside police who stopped a driver after receiving multiple driving complaints. Witnesses gave statements regarding the dangerous driving behavior. The driver was issued a criminal citation for reckless driving by Seaside police. During the course of the investigation, concerns were raised about the suspect driver suffering from a possible mental health issue. The driver, a 50-year-old man from Milwaukee, volunteered to be transported to Providence Seaside Hospital for an evaluation. His vehicle was secured on scene.

Seaside man denied gun sale

On April 30 at 3:16 p.m., on Highway 26 troopers received a report of a delayed gun sale denial from Hamlet Quick Stop near Seaside. A 49-year-old Seaside man attempted to make the purchase; the shop obtained the paperwork after the man left the premises. Police are investigating.

Woman swerves to avoid animal, crashes into ditch

On May 3 at 7:56 p.m., a 64-year-old woman traveling on Highway 26 and Sunset Highway swerved to avoid an animal in the roadway and crashed into a ditch. An ODOT “Do Not Pass” sign was destroyed during the crash. The driver was transported via Medix to Providence Seaside Hospital for evaluation and her car was removed from the scene by Gary’s Towing. Seaside Fire Department assisted.

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