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Lincoln City Police Crime Log Jan. 25-Feb. 1

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The Lincoln City Police Dispatch Daily Desk Log is a public record of police calls. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Friday, Jan. 25

Crash – 8:52 a.m. – SE Devils Lake Rd. & SE Oar Ave. – Single vehicle crash into tree with injuries. Sherelle Martin was transported to SNLH. Search warrant obtained. Vehicle towed by Car Care.

Burglary – 9:20 a.m. – 1441 NW 17th St. – Residence broken into. Black cast iron stove missing.

Saturday, Jan. 26

Fight – 1:23 a.m. – Old Oregon Tavern – Report of a fight at the bar.

Assault – 9:48 p.m. – 1014 NE Highway 101, #2 – Caller reports her daughter assaulted her. Subject taken into custody and transported to juvenile detention.

Sunday, Jan. 27

Traffic – 3:10 p.m. – 2900 SW Coast Ave. – Driver cited for driving while suspended.

Monday, Jan. 28

Exclusion – 12:55 a.m. – City Hall – Dwight and Lucille Masterson were given 30 day exclusion from City Hall.

Found Property – 7:58 a.m. – Cultural Center – License plate found.

Eluding – 12:28 p.m. – 145 NW Inlet Ave. – Vehicle left location at high rate of speed eluding officers. Report taken. Missing female from previous welfare check found and transported to Portland.

Crash – 4:02 p.m. – SE Highway 101 & SE 32nd St. – Two car crash. One driver cited for driving while suspended.

Follow Up – 6:37 p.m. – Caller reported a suspicious vehicle parked across the street from her residence and had been there for 30 minutes. Vehicle was same vehicle listed in the eluding from earlier. No suspects with the vehicle. Towed by LC Towing as evidence.

Tuesday, Jan. 29

Peace Officer Hold – 12:25 a.m. – 600 Block NE Highway 101 – Officers made contact with a woman across from Dutch Bros. The woman made suicidal comments and said she had knives. Woman detained and transported to SNLH for evaluation.

Found Property – 4:02 a.m. – 3327 NW Highway 101 – Caller found a cell phone and fanny pack in taxi cab he was driving. Property taken for safekeeping.

Burglary – 8:33 a.m. – 5142 SE Highway 101, #4 – Trailer broken into. Evidence of people staying inside while owner was away.

Car Clout – 10:08 a.m. – 1523 NE 12th St. – Vehicle window broken and items missing.

Found Property – 11:33 a.m. – 3456 NE Devils Lake Rd. – FOund cell phone. Taken for safekeeping.

Found Property – 12:29 p.m. – Two bullets turned into police station.

Fraud – 1:53 p.m. – 5142 SE Highway 101, #22 – Victim reports that his juvenile daughter’s information was stolen and used.

Stolen Vehicle – 2:32 p.m. – 1776 NE 14th St. – A woman reported her vehicle was taken by a friend and not returned. Officers took report. Vehicle is a 1998 gold Mazda.

Warrant – 7:22 p.m. – IGA North – James Meyers (8/1/88) taken into custody on probation violation detainer. Cited and released on warrant out of Clackamas County for possession of meth. Transported to Lincoln County Jail.

Wednesday, Jan. 30

Fraud – 9:54 a.m. – 3891 NW Highway 101 – Officer took report of possible real estate fraud.

Assisting Other Agency – 10:26 a.m. – 162 N Pony Trail – Jeffrey Fuller (3/18/77) was arrested for giving false information to officers after giving two false names. Fuller was given over to Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office.

Found Property – 11:50 a.m. – Keycard on a lanyard found.

Eluding – 12:35 a.m. – NW 30th St. & NE Highway 101 – Traffic stop initiated at location. Rollover crash after attempting to elude at S Immonen Rd. & Highway 101. Keith Alan Schmidtke (6/4/76) charged with felony elude, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, reckless driving, reckless endangering and further charges pending. Nicole Connelly (10/18/89) charged with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and placed on a detainer by probation officer out of Marion County. Both subjects transported to Lincoln County Jail.

Fraud – 1:26 p.m. – TERP Collective, 4355 NW Highway 101 – Three counterfeit bills passed.

Drugs – 1:36 p.m. – Renew Consulting, 1531 NE Oar Ave. – Employee reported possible drugs in a client’s room. Officers responded and took report.

Thursday, Jan. 31

Suspicious Vehicle – 10:17 a.m. – Agnes Creek Open Space – Report of two males in a vehicle possibly doing drugs. Two incorrect/switched license plates and a debit card not belonging to the males were seized. Report taken.

Fraud – 1:20 p.m. – Chinook Winds Casino – Security reported that a citizen found a counterfeit $100 in the parking lot.

Theft – 10:31 p.m. – Taco Bell – Stolen cell phone.

Drugs – 11:05 p.m. – Chinook Winds Casino – Bag of white powder found. Kimberly Olsen (2/25/68) cited and released for possession of controlled substance.

Friday, Feb. 1

Found Property – US Bank – Found Oregon drivers license in parking lot. Placed into evidence for safekeeping.

Assault – 12:57 p.m. – 4659 SW Highway 101 – 911 call of a physical assault at campsite behind location. Richard Bergan (1/21/59) taken into custody and transported to Lincoln City Jail on fourth degree assault charges.

Driving Complaint – 9:57 p.m. – Chinook Winds Arcade – Caller observed a car doing cookies in the parking lot. Austin Seekins (4/10/95) cited for reckless driving and no insurance.

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