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Lincoln City Police Crime Log Nov. 9-15

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The Lincoln City Police Dispatch Daily Desk Log is a public record of police calls. Homepage will run the log every Friday. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Friday, Nov. 9

Suspicious Activity – 10:46 a.m. – Taft Elementary School – Office staff reported a female trying to visit her grandson and take him out of class without permission from parent.

Sexual Assault – 12:15 p.m. – Samaritan North Lincoln Hospital – Michael J Ellis (6/29/64) taken into custody on probable cause for possession of methamphetamine, sexual abuse I, sodomy I and harassment. Transported to Lincoln County Jail.

Burglary – 10:18 p.m. – 304 SE Highway 101 – Owner found building had been broken into and items taken.

Theft – 11:33 p.m. – Chinook Winds Casino – Report of stolen iPhone 7+ and pink case worth $1,000.

Saturday, Nov. 10 

Suspicious Vehicle – 2:25 a.m. – N Highway 101 & N 20th St. – Officer witnessed driver who is suspended driving. Officer contacting subject later. (SEE BELOW)

Escape – 2:46 a.m. – 2150 NE Oar Pl. – Subject ran from vehicle during traffic stop. Subject had felony warrant.

Suspicious Vehicle – 3:28 p.m. – 145 NW Inlet Ave. – Report of a suspicious vehicle in Sea Gypsy parking lot. Vehicle stopped entering D River Wayside. Driver cited for driving while suspended and no insurance.

Disturbance – 4:52 p.m. – 1441 NW 17th St. – Juvenile reports her mother is going crazy and throwing things at her. Report taken.

Welfare Check – 5:45 p.m. – 2457 NW Jetty Ave. -Requested check on a female who said she doesn’t want to live anymore. Transported to SNLH on peace officer hold.

7:26 p.m. – Driver officer witnessed earlier cited and released for driving while revoked. (FROM ABOVE)

Warrant Arrest – 9:13 p.m. – Chinook Winds Casino – Casino security advises that wanted subject currently playing pool in tournament. Milo J Thomas (1/28/88) located and taken into custody on outstanding felony warrant out of Marion County for Assault II x 2. Transported to Lincoln County Jail.

Sunday, Nov. 11

DUII – 1:58 a.m. – 1410 SE Highway 101 – Call of suspicious activity in parking lot. Julia K. Wallensack (1/9/54) cited and released for DUII.

Trespass – 8:47 a.m. – Chinook Winds Casino – Jacqueline McLeod (4/17/84) was cited and released for trespass II after creating a disturbance.

Fraud – 11:18 a.m. – 4438 SE 51st St. – Caller reported fraudulent transactions on bank account.

Theft – 11:21 a.m. – Caller reports while staying at Comfort Inn he lost a small blue Cabella’s bag containing a Keltac PF9 with two full magazines holding seven rounds apiece, Benchmade folding knife, SOG straight blade knife and his company ID card for DH Global.

Assisting Other Agency – 4:12 p.m. – NW 15th St. Beach Access – Caller reported several vehicles driving erratically on the beach past the no driving signs.Officer contacted drivers of vehicles. Robert E. Oar (6/15/77) had a statewide felony warrant for failure to appear on an assault IV charge and was cited for driving while suspended. Amanda G Howser (11/7/74) had a misdemeanor warrant for probation violation for contempt of court and a municipal warrant for theft III. Both were taken into custody and transported to Lincoln County Jail.

Burglary – 4:20 p.m. – 351 SE Port Ave. – Caller reports she arrived and found a window damaged and a bed moved.

Theft – 5:09 p.m. – US Market – Victim reports he lost his wallet while in an unauthorized taxi. Now they won’t return it. Report taken.

Monday, Nov. 12 

Found Property – 11:22 a.m. – Capt. Jack Sparrow turned in a shoulder holster, a Pierce County badge and ammunition. Items taken for safekeeping.

Hit and Run – 12:27 p.m. – 4101 NW Logan Rd. – Caller reported her vehicle was struck while she was sitting in it. Caller was able to get a plate but was not able to catch up and make contact.

Theft – 2:57 p.m. – 4910 SE Highway 101 – Report of red/white mountain bike with camera mount and disc brakes stolen from back of pickup at Ace Hardware.

Crash – 2:57 p.m. – 825 NW Highway 101 – Three car crash with injury. One car towed.

Theft – 3:28 p.m. – 1905 NW Jetty Ave. –  Theft of kids shoes and headlamps from front porch of residence. Suspect female wearing white hoodie with two males. Left the area on foot northbound from location towards the Nordic Hotel.

Recovered Stolen Vehicle – 11:23 p.m. – NW 34th St. & NW Port Ct. – Callers reported a black utility trailer parked in the road/traffic hazard. Trailer is stolen out of Portland. Recovered and towed.

Domestic – 11:43 p.m. – 2034 NE Port Ave. – Caller reports intoxicated husband hit her. She is bleeding from head injury. Mathew F. Hayhurst (3/2/72) taken into custody for assault IV domestic and transported to Lincoln County Jail.

Tuesday, Nov. 13

Found Property – 12:31 p.m. – Found bicycle in the woods.

Hit and Run – 3:23 p.m. – 2224 NE Highway 101 – Caller reports her vehicle was struck, male Hispanic driver said he just bought his car, didn’t have insurance and left northbound on Highway 101. Victim had vehicle towed by AAA.

Welfare Check – 8:10 p.m. – Caller requested a welfare check on her mother. Officer responded and advised the subject inside. Officer forced entry. Subject transported to SNLH.

Found Property – 10:59 p.m. – SW 51st St. Public Restrooms – TCB security found an ID card, red Bi-Mart plastic sleeve and Bank of the West credit card.

Wednesday, Nov. 14

Found Property – 4:33 p.m. – A woman turned in ring she found. Ring taken for safekeeping.

Burglary – 7:18 p.m. – 1605 NW 26th St. – Caller reports vacation rental was broken into while tenants were out. Sound bar and computer accessories were missing.

Counterfeit – 6:42 p.m. – Inn at Spanish Head – Counterfeit $100 discovered.

Thursday, Nov. 15

Elude – 1:38 a.m. – Nelscott Strip – Nicholas L. Wirkkala (5/14/82) attempted to flee scene of wrecked vehicle. Transported to Lincoln County Jail on multiple warrants.

Theft – 3:36 a.m. – City Center Motel – Reporting item stolen.

Burglary – 11:27 a.m. – 1726 NW 25th St. – Caller reports two TV’s stolen from vacation rental. No suspects.

Assault – 4:07 p.m. – City Center Motel – Caller reported a fight in the parking lot. Victim was transported by ambulance to SNLH.

Criminal Mischief – 6:15 p.m. – 1040 SW 62nd St. – Caller reported her ex-boyfriend drove by her house and his passenger threw pizza boxes and ranch dressing at her car. Report taken.

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Justin Werner is founder and publisher of Lincoln City Homepage and a journalist reporting news for the fine citizens of Lincoln City, Oregon and beyond. He's on a mission to seek out truth and isn't afraid to be the tip of the spear for freedom of the press. When he's not wearing his reporter hat, you can find him enjoying the Oregon Coast with his wife and three children.

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  1. I would like to know what happened to me on November 27th. I ended up at Samaraton and I have no idea what happened. I have multiple bruises which I don’t know where or what happened. I not only had PTSD, but brain damage.i have no idea if this is even the avenue I take to find out.

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