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LCPD to conduct enhanced DUII enforcement

The Lincoln City Police Department will be utilizing grant funds to step up their enforcement efforts against drunk driving as part of a national crackdown over the Labor Day weekend period.

Newly promoted Lieutenant gets 30 years recognized

People in Lincoln City are going to have to stop calling Jeffrey Winn Sergeant as the longtime peace officer has been promoted to Lieutenant and recognized for 30 years of service.

Police use grant funds for pedestrian safety

Lincoln City Police will conduct a pedestrian safety operation between NE 10th and 15th streets from 10 a.m. -1 p.m. Aug. 16.

Citizen tips lead to arrest of Shell shooting suspect

On Tuesday, May 18, 2021, members of the Lincoln City Police Department contacted and arrested 32-year-old Douglas Henderson Naylon, of Lincoln City, on charges stemming from a shots fired call that occurred on Saturday, April 24, 2021.

Lincoln City man arrested for attempted murder

Early Tuesday morning, members of the Lincoln City Police Department contacted and arrested 53-year-old James T. Holley, of Lincoln City, on charges stemming from a disturbance and assault that occurred Friday, May 14.

OSP retrieves human-like bone

YACHATS — Beachcombers who reported a “possible human bone” at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, June 11, were soon met at the scene by Oregon State Trooper Scott Severson.

Man gets poaching ticket in jail

NEWPORT — State Fish and Game Trooper Andrew Butler didn’t have to run down the suspect in a case of alleged poaching on the Siletz River — instead, he found Mosher A. Hall, 37, of Siletz, at the county jail.

Bottles spill in crash

WALDPORT — State Trooper Zach Taylor was sent to an accident scene 15 miles east of here May 8 at 7:53 a.m., where he found a vehicle on its side in the westbound lane and “multiple alcohol containers” spilled across Highway 34.

Wanted driver escapes jail

Oregon State Police Trooper David Wertz was 10 miles east of Newport on April 28 at approximately 8:49 p.m. when he stopped a wanted felon but let him go after pandemic-leery jailers refused to lock him up.
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Lincoln City Police shooting: ‘Use of Deadly Force’ video and media release

The following video and media release concerning the shooting by Lincoln City Police officers of David A. Xanatos, of Idaho, was released by the Lincoln County District Attorney's Office Friday.

Salem man ends high-speed chase with crash

Lincoln City Police were involved in a high-speed chase through the city early Wednesday morning that ended with a Salem man in custody after he was extricated from a vehicle he crashed.

Vandals seek better view

On April 15, Trooper Brian Eskridge of Oregon State Police responded to a report of vandalism at Devil's Punch Bowl State Park.

Two involved in bank brouhaha

On April 15, Oregon State Police responded to assist the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office for a domestic disturbance occurring at the Umpqua Bank in Waldport, OR.

Spear diver finds hot guns

On April, 11 at approximately 10:13 a.m., the Oregon State Police was contacted by a spear fisherman who had located three firearms in the ocean near Rocky Creek State Park.

New details in officer-involved shooting in Lincoln City

Oregon State Police have released the names of Lincoln City Police officers involved in a shooting in front of Rite Aid April 2 that resulted in the fatality of an Idaho man.

Too slow, too shaky, too busted

On April 6 at approximately 12:40 a.m., OSP Trooper Zach Taylor initiated a traffic stop on a silver Mitsubishi Lancer on US-101 milepost 145 near the Newport Airport.

Officers use deadly force in Lincoln City

Lincoln City Police officers shot and killed a man late Thursday night who witnesses say was wielding a knife and "acting crazy."

Trip goes to hail

On April 1 at 11:05 a.m. a northbound vehicle near milepost 152 of US highway 101 slid on hail during a sudden hailstorm.

Park and slide

True Stories of the Oregon State Police! On March 21 at approximately 9:37 a.m., the Oregon State Police received a report of a white Jeep...

City Council votes to ‘Pump Up the Volume’ for police

Lincoln City Councilors voted unanimously to approve upgrades to the police radio system, including a new 100-foot tower, by accepting a bid at Monday’s regular city council meeting.

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