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East Devils Lake Road Crash

A Lincoln City man was cited early Thursday morning by Sheriff’s deputies for crashing an SUV into a house on East Devils Lake Road while intoxicated and reportedly fleeing the scene on foot.

According to the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, at 3:30 a.m. Feb. 18, a Toyota 4Runner SUV left the roadway near the 5000 block of NE East Devils Lake Road and crashed into a house.

Lincoln City Police were able to locate 30-year-old Lincoln City resident Andrew D. Ainslie near the location of the crash and detain him. Ainslie was transported to North Lincoln Samaritan Hospital by Pacific West Ambulance, but law enforcement says he did not suffer any injuries from the crash.

After an investigation by the sheriff’s office, Ainslie was given criminal citations for driving under the influence, reckless driving, criminal mischief and failure to perform the duties of a driver.

The people living in the home were not physically injured as a result of the SUV crashing into their residence.

North Lincoln Fire & Rescue also responded to the incident.

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  1. It is a pattern. With nearly all dopers and boozers.
    There aren’t enough facilities to keep these individuals locked up.
    And now? With the way things are? I’d expect it to get worse, our saving
    grace- this is a small town, and just by the numbers, we’re
    safer here than in Portland.

  2. Are we seeing a pattern here? Lock these fu*kwads up and throw away the friggin key. Good thing he didn’t kill anyone, this time.
    Ainslie, Andrew David
    Description Statute Level Date
    1 Unlawful Possession of Methamphetamine 475.894(2)(a) Misdemeanor Class A 05/18/2019
    12/02/2020 Amended Sentence – Probation Violation
    Sentence – Probation Violation
    Decision Date: 01/28/2020
    Suspend Imposition
    Case Number

    File Date



    19CR32894 05/20/2019 Offense Misdemeanor Closed Yamhill
    19CN00878 02/27/2019 Procedural Matters – Contempt of Court Punitive Closed Yamhill
    19CR11711 02/19/2019 Offense Misdemeanor Closed Yamhill
    18CR51385 08/02/2018 Offense Misdemeanor Closed Lincoln
    17CR08295 02/07/2017 Offense Misdemeanor Closed Lincoln
    13CR03709 06/12/2013 Offense Misdemeanor Closed Jackson
    13VI06518 06/07/2013 Offense Violation Closed Jackson
    MI110817DV 09/26/2011 Offense Misdemeanor Closed Yamhill
    113068MI 06/24/2011 Offense Misdemeanor Closed Jackson


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