Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Lincoln City Police Crime Log Sept. 14-20

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CRIME LOG

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, Sept. 14

Fraud – 6:41 a.m. – Chinook Winds Casino, 1777 NW 44th Street. Casino security reported a counterfeit $100 bill.

AOA – 11:31 a.m. – 2050 NE Highway 101. Chenoa K. Kanis (10/11/77) was taken into custody and transported to Lincoln County Jail for state-wide felony parole violation warrant.

Animal – 12:19 p.m. – 2150 NE Oar PL. Caller found a light tan and white pit bull mix at Lincoln City Community Center. Dog was brought to police department.

Probation Violation – 7:35 p.m. – Lighthouse Square, 4157 NE Highway 101. Two subjects sleeping in front of old Bi-Mart doors. Lori Lynnette Detie (03/26/76) was taken into custody for violation of probation.

Saturday, Sept. 15

Crash – 1:41 p.m. – 1509 NW 25th Street. Two vehicles involved. No injuries. One driver cited for failure to obey a traffic control device.

AOA – 2:52 p.m. – SW 48th Street & Highway 101. Kenneth Charles Gaffka (12/04/1961) was contacted at location, cited and released. Misdemeanor warrant out of Lincoln County. Criminal mischief II x 4, criminal trespass II, offensive littering with additional warrant on file.

Disturbance – 5:07 p.m. – SE 51st Street & SW Jetty AVE. Eric A. Grim (06/20/78) taken into custody after a reported disturbance. Grim transported to Lincoln County Jail.

Sunday, Sept. 16

Warrant Arrest – 4:24 a.m. – Oceanlake Laundry, 2164 NE Highway 101. Enrique C. Lascano (12/18/90) taken into custody on felony warrant for parole violation out of Lincoln County. Transported to Lincoln County Jail.

Theft – 9:11 a.m. – 2312 NE 34th Street #47. Caller reported theft of a cell phone. Suspect also has warrant for failure to appear and trespass.

Extra Patrol – 10:01 a.m. – 136 NW Highway 101 – A park ranger says transients are camping behind Comfort Inn on City lot and is requesting a night time area check.

Trespass – 2:02 p.m. – 815 SW 51st Street. Barbara Stevens (04/12/70) was seen in city park. Cited for criminal trespass II and issued a 180 day city park exclusion.

Domestic – 6:18 p.m. – 1426 NW 15th Street. Caller reported a juvenile was fighting with her mom and causing a disturbance. Juvenile was cited and released for menacing. Mother returned to the scene and juvenile left with her.

Monday, Sept. 17

Found Property – 10:14 a.m. – NE 15th Street & NE Lee PL. Caller found a T-shirt, skateboard and cell phone. Property taken for safekeeping and report taken.

Ordinance Violation – 2:41 p.m. – 2735 NW Inlet AVE. Owner cited for development inconsistent with approved site plan x 20 days.

Disturbance – 8:50 p.m. – 2171 NW Mast PL, Apartment C. Caller reported a domestic disturbance at location. Report taken for informational purposes. No crime committed, parties separating for the night.

Extra Patrol – 9:28 p.m. – 785 SW 29th Street. Caller had two people near house with backpacks.

Tuesday, Sept. 18

Extra Patrol – 12:36 a.m. – Bi-Mart – 1030 SE Oar AVE. Unoccupied vehicle in parking lot displayed licence plates that don’t match VIN. Vehicle not stolen. If vehicle mobile can stop for potential switched plates.

Theft – 10:59 a.m. – 1501 40th PL. Building D #282. Victim reports theft of $160, two t-shirts and prescription medication. Nicholas Britt (08/10/79) arrested for possession of methamphetamine and transported to Lincoln County Jail.

Theft – 12:21 p.m. – 1051 SW 51st Street #11. Caller reported theft of a Schwinn tricycle from residence. Marylin Ann Childs (07/01/86) cited and released for theft II. Property returned to owner.

Wednesday, Sept. 19

Disturbance – 2:43 a.m. – North Shell, 4031 NW Highway 101. Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office came across disturbance at location. Kalina M. Morley (06/27/93) taken into custody for assault IV domestic, harassment and reckless endangering. Transported to Lincoln County Jail.

Suspicious Activity – 6:18 a.m. – Lighthouse Square, 4157 N Highway 101. Report of a male damaging property and acting strangely. Adam V. Rourke (11/07/81) taken into custody for disorderly conduct and criminal mischief. Transported to Lincoln County Jail.

Crash – 11:39 a.m. – 4649 SW Highway 101. Two vehicle collision blocking traffic. No injuries.

Extra Patrol – 2:28 p.m. – 510 SE Reef AVE. Caller reported a male matching the description of Jared Smith trespassing on his property, asked him to leave and is requesting an extra patrol.

Crash – 2:32 p.m. – 2981 SW Highway 101. Two vehicle crash with possible injuries.

Theft – 6:22 p.m. – 4835 NE Voyage AVE. Victim reported that money and documents were stolen. Report taken.

Thursday, Sept. 20

Theft – 2:09 a.m. – Snug Harbor, 5001 SW Highway 101. Caller reported lottery money was stolen from behind the bar, suspect left in a white sedan.

Abandoned Auto – 10:03 a.m. – 3500 NW Jetty Beach Access. Purple 1993 Toyota Camry. Car Care responded for tow.

Crash – 11:22 a.m. – 4090 NE Highway 101. Two vehicle crash. No injuries.

Burglary – 3:26 p.m. – 5325 NW Jetty AVE. Caller reported a vacation rental with Meredith Lodging was broken into during the night. Lock box broken and TV reported missing.

Hit and Run – 8:06 p.m. NE 22nd Street & N Highway 101. Caller reporting vehicle was struck while at intersection of NE 22nd Street. Minor damage to hood and bumper. Suspect vehicle did not stop and continued northbound on Highway 101.

 

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Justin is publisher of Lincoln City Homepage and an investigative journalist who finds facts. 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.

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