April 19

11:18 a.m., Police headquarters: A person came in to register as a sex offender.

2:43 p.m., Police headquarters: A person came in to update their annual sex offender registration.

April 20

12:58 p.m., 12th and Beach: A dog bite victim is advised of options. Victim contacted by phone.

6:46 p.m., 800 block S. Holladay: A person is arrested for violating a restraining order.

9:32 p.m., 2300 block Ocean Vista: Caller reports loud music; police responding are advised it is a wedding party and agree to dial the music down.

10:56 p.m., 1700 block S. Downing: Caller reports loud music in the area.

April 21

1:53 a.m., N. Prom: An intoxicated person wandering the hallway of a hotel is assisted back to their room.

1:04 p.m., 1800 block N. Roosevelt: A man is arrested for possession of cocaine.

7:47 p.m., 2300 block S. Edgewood: Female caller reports husband stole their car. Police advise this is a civil issue and gave the caller options.

10:10 p.m., Sunset and Evergreen: Police respond to multiple calls regarding fireworks in the area. Police are unable to locate where they are being set off.

April 23

11:30 a.m., 1100 block Avenue B: Police assist another agency with a home visit.

2:48 p.m., 1100 block Third Avenue: A dog complaint is reported.

3:55 p.m., Seaside area: A missing person is reported.

April 24

9:16 a.m., 400 block S. Holladay: Caller tells police she wants police assistance in discouraging another party from calling her asking her to buy them beer. Police contact the nuisance party and warn them they could be arrested if they don’t stop harassing this woman.

3:10 p.m., 300 block S. Holladay: A person is charged with assault in the fourth degree as well as menacing and harassment.

9:54 p.m., S. Prom: An intoxicated man is helped back to his hotel room.

April 25

7:51 a.m., 2100 block S. Franklin: Police contact the neighbor of a caller who claimed the neighbor had her crab pots and wouldn’t give them back. The crab pots are being returned.

7:28 p.m., 10th Avenue: A burglary in the first degree is reported along with criminal trespass in the second degree.

11:19 p.m., Avenue C and Edgewood: A person is arrested and charged with Driving Under the Influence of Intoxicants.

April 26

1:07 a.m., 400 block Second Avenue: Caller reports transient who won’t wake up sleeping on her lawn; officer responding finds clothing, but no person.

10:38 a.m., N. Holladay: A runaway is reported.

11:25 p.m., Turnaround: Person reports losing their Chihuahua

April 28

12:35 a.m., 500 block N. Holladay: Person reports a group of raccoons who won't let them near their front door, preventing them from entering the house. The raccoons dispersed prior to police arrival.

4:17 p.m., The Cove: Police respond for a welfare check request.

April 29

2:46 a.m., Turnaround: A subject was arrested on a warrant.

10:01 a.m., S. Wahanna: A woman who reported being harassed by a former boyfriend requested police speak with the boyfriend and trespass him. Officers made contact and boyfriend was trespassed.

April 30

10:40 a.m., 1900 block N. Holladay: Sex crimes are reported.

11:04 pm., Broadway: A subject is arrested on a warrant.

May 1

2:56 a.m., 400 block Hillside Loop: Police respond to a report of a bear in the neighborhood. Police are unable to locate.

6:47 p.m., Estuary: Caller reports verbal disturbance between a male and a female. Police warn both parties of disorderly conduct.

10:14 p.m., Alpine Drive: Caller reports a bear stealing garbage from a receptacle. Police were able to encourage bear to return back into the woods.

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