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POLICE CRIME LOG

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, March 8

Extra Patrol Request – 2518 NW Jetty Ave. – Extra patrol requested at residence for heavy transient traffic through corner lot.

Theft – 7:44 a.m. – 1235 SW Fleet Ave. – Empty mail package reported at location. Victim advised package contents had been stolen.

Theft – 1:39 p.m. – Famous Footwear reported employee theft of $2,000.

Assisting Outside Agency – 2:29 p.m. – 5010 SE Highway 101 – Caller at south Ace Hardware requested a welfare check on a sleeping or passed out male. Brian Campbell (3/5/81) cited and released on warrant out of Lebanon Municipal for contempt of court and third degree theft.

Domestic – 2314 SW Bard Rd. – Caller reported she was thrown during a domestic disturbance and her vehicle was stolen by the same individual. Vehicle was entered into LEDS/NCIC and found shortly thereafter. Anthony Demicell (7/17/75) was arrested on a probable cause warrant charging menacing, harassment, second degree kidnapping and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.

Saturday, March 9

Medical Assist – 1:39 a.m. – 1281 SW 62nd St. – Report of a highly intoxicated female, possible overdosed, in and out of consciousness. Officers on stand by with medics and at SNLH.

Assisting Outside Agency – 4:51 a.m – SW 34th St. & SW Anchor Ave. – Officer investigated a suspicious vehicle at location. Maribel Rodriguez-Ortiz (12/25/95) taken into custody on multiple warrants out of Washington County and transported to Lincoln County Jail.

Burglary – 9:13 a.m. – 3794 SE Highway 101 – Shed broken into at location. STIHL leaf blower stolen.

Burglary – 9:33 a.m. – Mazatlan Mexican Restaurant, 828 NE Highway 101 – Shed at business broken into. Cases of beer stolen.

Found Property – 1:50 p.m. – Sea Gypsy – Housekeeping found a pistol left in a room after guest had checked out. Firearm seized for safekeeping.

Trespass – 9:17 p.m. – Safeway – Rhanda Blain (9/5/94) Arrested for trespassing and possession. Blain had warrants out of Lincoln and Marion counties and was transported to Lincoln County Jail.

Sunday, March 10

Warrant Arrest – 7:27 a.m. – 1535 NW 20th St. – Lawrence Joseph Fauls (12/29/85) arrested for felony warrant out of Lincoln County for second degree assault and unlawful use of a weapon. He was transported to Lincoln County Jail.

Burglary – 11:31 a.m. – Beach Baby Resale – Store broken into through the back warehouse. Cash register emptied. Books and random clothes taken.

Found Property – 12:08 p.m. – LCPD – Citizen turned in a case containing identification and a key to a Hertz rental car.

Crash – 5 p.m. – SE Highway 101 & SE 32nd St. – Two vehicle non-injury rear-end crash not blocking roadway. One car towed by Car Care to Gerber Tire.

Theft – 5:28 p.m. – Chinook Winds Casino – Cell phone stolen from casino deli around 1-2 a.m. Phone is a Pixel 3 in a pink case with a cat sticker.

Extra Patrol – 5:39 p.m. – NE 47th St. – Report of a 2003-04 Chevy Econoline (or similar) van driving slowly around the neighborhood looking at houses. Van has no plates and rear bumper has dents.

Assisting Outside Agency – 6:28 p.m. – 1216 SE 48th Pl. – Caller reports she was punched in the face. Patricia Schiess (3/8/72) arrested for statewide felony warrant out of Lincoln County for dangerous drugs parole violation. She was transported to Lincoln County Jail.

Shoplifting – 7:33 p.m. – Safeway – Two people took hand baskets of meat and vegetables and left westbound on 40th St. Report taken.

Monday, March 11

Assisting Outside Agency – 7:03 a.m. – NE 10th St. & NE Highway 101 – Report of a vehicle parked blocking the street. Officers made contact and found two persons inside. Ryan C. Clark (11/14/81) taken into custody for statewide felony warrant for burglary parole violation.

Assisting Outside Agency – 11:16 a.m. – NW 34th & NW Port – Devan Lafontaine (3/13/94) arrested on a warrant out of Marion County for failure to appear on a trespass charge. He was transported to Lincoln County Jail.

Peace Officer Hold – 4:01 p.m. – 3755 SW Highway 101 – Caller reported he was upset about a breakup and wanted to commit suicide. Officer transported him to SNLH on a POH.

Found Property – 8 p.m. – LCPD – During a traffic stop, the officer discovered a license for another person in the suspects wallet. License taken for safekeeping. Victim contacted and says she wishes to have it mailed to her.

Tuesday, March 12

Crash – 1:03 a.m. – 400 Block NE Highway 101 – Benjamin Pasciyo (1/25/90) arrested for reckless driving, reckless endangering and criminal mischief after officers came upon the scene of a crash.

Burglary – 9:21 a.m. – 6937 NW Logan Rd. – Vacation rental broken into and items stolen.

Found Property – 2:50 p.m. – Caller at police station to turn in a ring that was left behind by Jesanna Rothstein (9/22/87) when she was asked to leave last Thursday.Property taken for safekeeping.

Assisting Outside Agency – 7:43 p.m. – 2945 NW Highway 101, #315 – Lloyd Gross (11/29/93) arrested for violating a restraining order and transported to Lincoln County Jail.

Wednesday, March 13

Assisting Outside Agency – 10:30 a.m. – 1410 SE Highway 101 – Salvador Guerrero (3/14/87) arrested on warrant out of Marion County and transported to Lincoln County Jail.

Hit and Run – 11:38 p.m. – Victim reports his vehicle was hit in the last 30 minutes. Report taken.

Disorderly Conduct – 4:38 p.m. – Samaritan North Lincoln Hospital, 3043 NE 28th St. – Received multiple calls, including a 911 of a female causing a disturbance in the emergency department waiting room. Robyn Austin (3/19/93) arrested for disorderly conduct and her probation officer placed a detainer. She was transported to Lincoln County Jail.

DOA – 4:45 p.m. – 2701 NW Highway 101, #41 – Heather Peters (7/22/48) Officers arrived. Peters DOA. Released by DA and ME. Picked up by Pacific View.

Thursday, March 14

Theft – 3:54 a.m. – 3043 NE 28th St. – Taxi 101 reporting an intoxicated rider unable to pay for fare. Report taken.

Criminal Mischief – 10:48 a.m. – Oceanlake Christian Church – Report of a hose bib broken off the building. Also report of heavy transient traffic from the gully.

Extra Patrol Request – 1605 NW 26th St. – Caller reports she has Ring video showing a person trying to break into her vacation rental. Caller requests an extra patrol due to history of burglaries at residence.

Harassment – 11:45 a.m. – 2700 NW Highway 101 – Caller reports a male, “Soapy,” was harassing a female on the bus. “Soapy” was asked to leave and he refused. Emigdio Lopez Reyes (4/30/76) arrested for interfering with public transportation, cited and released.

Extra Patrol Request – 3715 SW Coast Ave. – Extra patrol requested for transients camping in the area. Officer found a 3 foot by 3 foot area embedded into the overgrowth about five feet up the stairs. No camping equipment found, but neighbors have been cleaning up trash from the location.

Extra Patrol Request – 1642 NW 26th St. – Report of transients camping in back yard of residence.

Warrant Arrest – 10:34 p.m. – 2015 NW Highway 101 – Caller reports a disturbance between two males and a female at location. Brent Michael Cunningham (3/14/90) arrested on out of state warrant for parole violation assault with cautions. He was transported to Lincoln County Jail.

 

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