Seaside Police


Oct. 25

8:54 a.m., Estuary parking: Suspicious circumstances are reported.

3:15 p.m., 300 block N. Holladay: An assault is reported.

Oct. 26

11:49 p.m., Broadway: A disturbance is reported.

Oct. 27

1:34 a.m., Hemlock, Cannon Beach: Suspicious circumstances are reported.

7:25 a.m., Turnaround: Criminal mischief in the second degree is reported.

10:24 p.m., Roosevelt and Avenue T: Caller reports possibly intoxicated driver. Police make contact with subject and determine the person is not intoxicated. The person is advised of the complaint.

Oct. 28

2:24 a.m., 1000 block 12th Avenue: Subjects are warned of unlawful lodging.

11:11 p.m., 500 block S. Roosevelt: A disturbance is reported.

Oct. 29

1:41 a.m., 400 block S. Columbia: Caller reports upstairs neighbor pounding on the floor; police contact neighbor, who after being informed of the complaint, agrees to stop dancing for the night.

4:47 a.m., Highway 101, Silver Point: Seaside police assist another agency.

8:55 a.m., Seaside area: A person is arrested for being in violation of a restraining order.

9:38 a.m., 1000 block S. Downing: A verbal disturbance is reported.

1:11 p.m., N. Roosevelt: A driver is given a warning after failure to obey traffic control.

4:45 p.m., 900 block Seventh Avenue: A raccoon stuck in a dumpster is assisted to escape.

8:35 p.m. 1000 block S. Holladay: A person is arrested on a warrant.

Oct. 30

12:29 a.m., Avenue G: Police respond to a report of a disturbance which is determined to be verbal in nature only. Subjects are advised.

4:44 p.m., Avenue G and Beach Drive: A person is arrested on a warrant.

11:05 p.m.,, Broadway by Bridge Tender: A disturbance is reported.

Oct. 31

6:05 a.m., 1100 block Broadway: Caller reports verbal disturbance; requests officer trespass subjects from the property.

2:14 p.m., First and Necanicum: Reporting party describes subject taking pictures of cars; police are unable to locate.

10:42 p.m., 200 block N. Downing: An assault is reported.


Oct. 25

6:29 a.m., 2500 block Pine: Odor of gas, smoke, chemical.

10:17 a.m., 300 block Avenue A: Fire investigation.

2:30 p.m., 800 block N. Holladay: Emergency medical response.

Oct. 26

5:05 a.m., 800 block Necanicum: Emergency medical response.

7:16 a.m., 200 block S. Roosevelt: Emergency medical response.

8:27 a.m., 2500 Mill Creek Lane: Emergency medical response.

9:50 p.m., S. Holladay: Emergency medical response.

Oct. 27

3:02 p.m., Saddle Mountain: Wildland fire reported.

Oct. 28

2:26 a.m., Avenue A: Emergency medical response.

10:20 a.m., Chapman Point: Water rescue.

3:22 p.m. 3400 block Campbell Loop: Fire investigation.

Oct. 29

11:43 a.m., Avenue A: Fire alarm.

Oct. 30

8:34 p.m., 1100 block Fourth Avenue: Emergency medical response.

Oct. 31

5:01 a.m. 300 block N. Prom: Fire alarm.

6:26 a.m., Highway 26/Seaside Junction: Police assist emergency personnel with a motor vehicle accident with serious injuries.

6:15 p.m. Chamber Restroom: Emergency medical response.

Oregon State Police

Three-vehicle crash on the highway

On Nov. 1 at 2:20 p.m., on Highway 101 near MP 13.5, a three vehicle crash occurred when an unrelated vehicle entered the highway. Police say two northbound motorists slowed while a third motorist traveling northbound did not until he struck another vehicle. The hit vehicle was forced into the vehicle in front of him; all three vehicles became involved. Two drivers were transported to area hospitals; two vehicles were able to be driven from the scene. The vehicle at fault was towed by Classic Towing. ODOT and fire assisted at the scene. All motorists involved were from Seaside and Astoria.

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