Seaside Police

Nov. 9

10:11 a.m., 3900 block Sunset Boulevard: Caller says someone in a Chevy pickup came through the gate. Caller does not believe the person owns a condo and finds their presence suspicious.

3:30 p.m., Avenue T and the beach: A transient camp is reported. Police on arrival say the camp is unoccupied.

Nov. 10

9:17 a.m., 300 block Broadway: A wedding band found on the street is turned in as found property.

5:52 p.m., Roosevelt and Avenue F: A car/pedestrian accident is reported. An ambulance is on the scene.

7:25 p.m., 300 block Broadway: Caller says someone sold him an inoperable vehicle. They are advised this is not a proper use of 911 and advised of civil options.

8:02 p.m. 500 block Broadway: A person is arrested and charged with assault and lodged in the Clatsop County jail.

Nov. 12

8:15 a.m., Broadway and U.S. Highway 101: Caller reports a sea gull sleeping in the middle of the roadway.

8:36 a.m., Police headquarters: A person comes in to register as a sex offender.

4:50 p.m., Sunset and Evergreen: Caller reports finding what appears to them to be bones on the beach.

7:49 p.m., 2500 block S. Roosevelt: A deceased person is reported.

Nov. 13

4:07 a..m., 1200 block Elkridge Court: A deceased person is reported.

5:17 p.m., Safeway: Caller reports an abandoned dog tied to a bike rack.

9:36 p.m., First Avenue: Dispatch reported smoke coming from a van. On arrival, Seaside police units reported to firefighters the van was fully involved. The van owner notified police while firefighters were actively engaging with the fire that he had a large amount of ammunition stored in the van. Due to the proximity of the van to a nearby hotel, additional mutual aid units were called in from Gearhart and Cannon Beach fire departments. The fire was extinguished and the van was towed away. Occupants of the van stayed the night in a hotel nearby and were safe. Firefighters declared the van a total loss.

Nov. 14

12:37 a.m., N. Prom: EMS call. 9:27 a.m., Visitor’s Center: Caller reports transient and their belongings blocking the doorway. On arrival, police locate the belongings but no transients.

10:58 a.m., Avenue S and Edgewood: Caller reports a truck with camper parked for two weeks. The issue is reported to the Community Service Officer.

12:43 p.m., 12th and Necanicum: Caller reports a transient dumping a container of urine onto the street.

1:30 p.m., Broadway: A missing person is reported.

9:43 p.m., Beach Drive/Gilbert Inn: A disturbance is reported.

Nov. 15

12:58 a.m., Library: Subjects loitering after hours are advised they are trespassed.

2:48 a.m., Avenue G: Subject locked out of his apartment says he can’t contact the building manager because he just got a ticket for calling him the day before.

8:44 a.m., Chamber restrooms: Caller says transients are asking for food and money when she just wants to use the bathroom.

9:07 a.m., Avenue G: The person who called earlier to say they are locked out called again and they are still locked out.

1:12 p.m., 700 block Third Avenue: Caller says a neighbor’s chimney cap is blowing off. The neighbor is contacted.

2:53 p.m., 1700 block N. Prom: Caller reports former clients are harassing them from the beach.

3:13 p.m., Chamber restrooms: Police receive a report of transients blocking access to the restrooms and smoking marijuana inside.

5:00 p.m., Avenue S and Edgewood: Caller reports a dilapidated motorhome with no license plates parked on the street.

7:05 p.m., Shilo Inn and the Prom: Caller reports finding a firearm.

Nov. 16

12:36 a.m., N. Prom: Suspicious activity was reported in a hotel. Police say the call was unfounded.

1:03 p.m., Chamber restrooms: Transients blocking the restrooms are advised to move away.

Nov. 17

1:16 a.m., 500 block Broadway: Responding to a report of a physical disturbance, police found none.

7:09 a.m., 700 block S. Lincoln: A white camper reported on private property is reported by a caller who wants it removed.

9:12 a.m., 300 block S. Columbia: Caller reports “people broke his TV last night.”

2:56 p.m., 500 block S. Roosevelt: Caller reports an ex-employee is on the premises destroying property and harassing other employees.

6:21 p.m., CMH Urgent Care, 1100 block N. Roosevelt: An agitated client making staff uncomfortable is reported; the person left on foot prior to police arrival.

6:65 p.m., 1300 block 11th Avenue: Police receive a welfare check call regarding a man wearing only one shoe. Patrol contacts the individual who says they don’t want any assistance and they are fine.

Nov. 18

10:16 a.m., 1800 block Thompson Falls Road: Caller reports a homeless camp on his property and is looking for options.

10:45 a.m., Avenue A: A young male in his teens is reported urinating in the public parking lot. Police are unavailable to respond.

11:21 a.m., Mill Ponds: Unlawful lodging is reported.

11:55 p.m., 700 block Avenue H: Subjects are trespassed from a business.

Nov. 5

7:30 a.m., 1000 block N. Holladay: Fire alarm.

7:47 a.m., 2300 block S Edgewood: Fire alarm.

Nov. 6

2;24 p.m., The Cove: EMS call.

Nov. 7

6;30 p.m., East end of Avenue D: Fire investigation. A code violation is reported.

8:24 p.m., 2100 block S. Downing: Fire investigation.

Nov. 10

4:32 p.m., Tolovana Park: Water rescue.

5:12 p.m., 1300 block Broadway: EMS call.

Nov. 13

11:36 p.m., First and Prom: Car fire.

Nov. 14

7:00 p.m., 800 block Third Avenue: EMS call.

Nov. 15

8:12 a.m., 1200 block S. Downing: EMS call.

Nov. 16

2:24 p.m., 2100 block Lewis and Clark Road: EMS call.

8:17 p.m., 2300 block S. Roosevelt: EMS call.

Nov. 17

5:12 a.m., An odor of gas/smoke/chemical was reported. The fire department responded to an alarm.

9:57 a.m., Lewis and Clark Road: Fire investigation.

Nov. 18

5:41 p.m., Kiwi Glass: EMS call.

Oregon State Police

Separate platesTroopers responded Nov. 8 at 4:58 p.m. to a citizen’s call regarding a truck parked at the Del Rey Beach access; their concern was about a motorcycle parked in the bed that they thought might be stolen. Troopers found both the truck and the motorcycle. The truck had plates from two separate vehicles. Police confiscated the plates. The owner of the vehicle was notified the plates were confiscated.

One-car crashOregon State Police Nov. 9 at 2:18 p.m. received a report of a single-car crash on U.S. Highway 26 near milepost 14. A silver Volvo SUV was traveling east when it was caught up in torrential downpour; the driver thought the fog line indicated a two-lane highway and crossed the fog line, swiping the guard rail. The car continued traveling eastbound and spun into the roadway. TLC Towing removed the vehicle as they were already traveling on the roadway and came upon the crash. The SUV and its 88-year-old male driver, were brought to Forest Grove.

Car, deer collision

A car versus deer accident occurred Nov. 9 at 5:23 p.m. on U.S. Highway 101 and Surf Pines Lane; after hitting the deer, the driver continued and left the scene. State police say the deer was injured and required dispatch. ODOT was contacted to remove the deer. The driver who hit it did not contact the police.

Van, Volvo crash

A white Ram work truck Nov. 10 at 6:41 p.m. that failed to obey a traffic control device while entering U.S. Highway 101 from the Gearhart Loop was struck by a black Volvo traveling southbound. No injuries were reported and the Volvo was towed. The Ram work van was removed by the owner.

Crash report

A driver called state police Nov. 11 at 9:30 a.m. to report a crash that happened on U.S. Highway 26 near milepost 5. The victim, a 58-year-old woman, was heading east around 6 a.m. when a car traveling westbound crossed the center line and crashed into the driver’s side of her car. The victim pulled over and waited for the other driver to stop, but they didn’t. The victim continued on to her appointment and reported the crash several hours later. She couldn’t describe the other car and had no further information.

Fell asleep at wheel

A 36-year-old Tigard woman was given a citation Nov. 16 at 3:58 p.m. on U.S. Highway 26 at milepost 7.5 after her car crashed, rolled over, and had to be towed. She admitted falling asleep behind the wheel and was not injured. ODOT assisted state police on scene with traffic safety as the Subaru was towed by Gary’s Towing.

Veered off

A FedEx delivery driver told troopers he fell asleep behind the wheel Nov. 17 at 1:28 p.m. on U.S. Highway 26 at milepost 5.5. He left his lane of travel and veered off into a ditch, crashing into a tree. The 26-year-old driver was not injured. The delivery truck was towed by Gerlock Towing.

Failed to negotiate turn

An 81-year-old woman was evaluated on scene but not transported to the hospital when she crashed after failing to negotiate a turn into Greenwood Village on U.S. Highway 101 Nov. 19 near milepost 11 at 5:19 p.m. Her car drove down an embankment and crashed into a tree. Her Honda Fit was towed from the scene by Classic Towing.

Driving under the influence of intoxicants

Richard Nelson Surgeon, 63 from Goodyear, Arizona, was arrested Nov. 20 at 5:01 p.m. on U.S. Highway 26 at milepost 4. A reporting party said a driver in a white truck pulling a trailer was not staying in their lane and was driving into oncoming traffic. Troopers located the described vehicle and a traffic stop was initiated. The driver appeared impaired and after failing several field sobriety tests was arrested for driving while under the influence of intoxicants. He provided two breath samples showing it wasn’t alcohol. Surgeon was issued summonses for DUII and reckless driving and released. He appears in court Dec. 7.

Single-car crash

An 83-year-old man was given a citation Nov. 22 at 6:23 p.m. on U.S. Highway 101 and Sea Ridge Lane. An Oregon State Trooper drove up on a single-car crash that had just occurred near milepost 18 when the driver mistakenly turned left on to the roadside curb while trying to enter a nearby parking lot. There were no injuries and only minor damage to his Lexus. He drove the car into the parking lot and secured it there. The trooper took only minimal information at the time as he was on his way to three-car crash with injuries reported.

Disabled truck

Troopers came upon a disabled U-Haul truck on U.S. Highway 26 near milepost 4 Nov. 22 at 8:36 p.m. The driver, 71, from Santa Cruz, California, said he was heading west when his tire hit something in the road. His tire deflated and he drove over to the shoulder where he was able to get out and observe his tire was bent in off the rim. A U-Haul mechanic was dispatched to the scene.

Gearhart Fire

Oct. 23

10:31 a.m., emergency medical service, Kershul.

Oct. 24

2:43 p.m., power line down, Salminen.

Oct. 25

3:38 p.m., emergency medical service, Fifer Heights.

Oct. 26

4:47 p.m., emergency medical service, D Street.

Oct. 27

11:55 a.m., unauthorized burning, 454 First Street.

10:53 p.m., emergency medical service, Dellmoor, Warrenton.

Oct. 28

11:17 a.m., emergency medical service, Manion, Surf Pines.

1:40 p.m., emergency medical service, walk in, 670 Pacific Way.

Oct. 29

3:28 p.m., motor vehicle accident with injuries, U.S. Highway 101, Warrenton.

3:31 p.m., emergency medical service, U.S. Highway 101, Warrenton.

Oct. 30

1:09 a.m., building fire, Edgewood, Seaside.

3:30 a.m., emergency medical service, U.S. Highway 101, Warrenton.

12:22 p.m., emergency medical service, Dellmoor, Warrenton.

7:19 p.m., motor vehicle accident with no injuries, Ocean Home Farm Lane, Warrenton.

Oct. 31

12:33 a.m., emergency medical service, Toyas, Warrenton.

5:16 p.m., emergency medical service, Lake Front, Warrenton.

9:56 p.m., motor vehicle accident with no injuries, U.S. Highway 101, Surf Pines Lane, Warrenton.

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