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Lincoln City Police Crime Log Sept. 21-27

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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, Sept. 21

Disturbance – 12:24 a.m. – 4659 SW Highway 101. Caller reports yelling and screaming in the woods at end of SW 48th. Richard Bergan (01/21/59) arrested on detainer from probation officer. Transported to Lincoln County Jail.

Theft – 3:43 – 3780 SE Spyglass Ridge DR. Report of $125 stolen from men’s locker room during 7th period.

Burglary – 4:48 p.m. – 6235 NE Mast AVE. Meredith Lodging reports a vacation rental was broken into. Lock box broken off.

Theft – 7:39 p.m. – Victim reported phone was stolen.

Saturday, Sept. 22

Hit and Run – 8:48 a.m. – Best Western, 4430 SE Highway 101. Caller reported a guest driving a Ford truck hit another guest’s vehicle at about 10:30 p.m.

Car Clout – 11:07 a.m. – 3226 NE Quay DR. Caller reported vehicle broken into while parked in driveway. Vehicle left unlocked. Personal checkbook and hiking poles reported missing.

Crash – 3:32 p.m. – NW 13th Street & N Highway 101. Five car crash blocking traffic. Lincoln City Towing towed two vehicles. Patients transported to Samaritan North Lincoln Hospital.

Car Clout – 4:07 p.m. – 323 NW Oar DR. Caller reported vehicle broken into while parked in driveway. Vehicle left unlocked. Tools and miscellaneous property missing.

Hit and Run – 5:57 p.m. – 1450 NE Highway 101. Caller reported vehicle was struck while making a left turn onto NE 15th Street. Suspect vehicle did not stop.

Burglary – 6:45 p.m. – Caller reported a suspicious male on the corner property at SW 52nd CT. Misdemeanor warrant confirmed for Tony Lee Ray (08/10/77) out of Lincoln County for failure to appear. Misdemeanor warrant confirmed for Marylin Ann Childs (07/01/86) out of Polk County for failure to appear. Ray cited and released for warrant and trespass II. Childs taken into custody and transported to Lincoln County Jail.

Crash – 7:32 p.m. – NW 15th Street & N Highway 101. Two car crash. Car Care Specialists towed one car.

Found Property – 5:54 p.m. – Starbucks. Found Texas drivers license. Retained at LCPD for safekeeping.

Sunday, Sept. 23

Domestic – 1:54 a.m. – Surftides, 3945 NW Jetty AVE. Report of domestic disturbance in parking lot. Antonio A. Zavala (02/14/96) taken into custody for domestic assault IV and transported to Lincoln County Jail.

Detainer – 10:53 a.m. – 2300 NE Highway 101. Alvin Frear (09/22/84) was arrested on detainer by Krause and transported to Lincoln County Jail.

Theft – 5:23 p.m. – 4031 NW Highway 101. Bejamin Pasciyo (01/25/90) was arrested for theft after driving off with gas pump still in vehicle. Did not pay for the $8 in gas.

Animal – 5:33 p.m. – 4502 SW Coast AVE. Caller found two lab mix dogs with collars and no tags. Dogs brought to LCPD kennel. ACO notified.

Follow Up – 7:46 p.m. – Dog owner came into the LCPD and picked up the dogs.

Trespass – 7:17 p.m. – North Shell, 4031 NW Highway 101. Caller reported Benjamin Pasciyo returned to property after advised by officer not to return. Pasciyo located by casino and taken into custody for trespass. Transported to Lincoln County Jail.

Theft – 8:56 p.m. – 2316 NE 34th Street, Apartment 59. Theft of a laptop.

Monday, Sept. 24

Found Property – 7:11 a.m. – Found debit card. Contacted owner who informed lost card in May. Wants card destroyed.

Theft – 12:25 p.m. – Ashley Inn & Suites, 3430 NE Highway 101. Caller reported theft of $6,000 by hotel employee. Amber Irene Lambert (04/04/97) taken into custody for Theft I and transported to Lincoln County Jail.

Theft – 7:54 p.m. – Asics Outlet, 1500 SE East Devils Lake Road. Hispanic male and female stole a pair of shoes. Female distracted employee while male put shoes in a baby stroller.

Burglary – 9:53 p.m. – 2480 SW Anchor AVE. Caller reported their vacation home was burglarized.

Tuesday, Sept. 25

Warrant Arrest – 1:48 a.m. – Dorchester House, 2701 NW Highway 101. Solinna M. Butler (4/23/91) taken into custody for two felony warrants. One out of Marion County and one out of Clackamas County. Transported to Lincoln County Jail.

Theft – Fabian Elizondo (07/28/82) taken into custody for theft II. Transported to LCPD. Cited and released.

Drugs – Chinook Winds Casino, 1777 NW 44th Street. Casino security reported drug paraphernalia found in buffet area.

Found Property – 1503 SE East Devils Lake Road. Wallet found on the beach. Owner contacted and property returned.

Shoplift – 4:10 p.m. – Zumiez, 1500 East Devils Lake Road. Called reported a previously trespassed male with female companion shoplifted and left store.

AOA – 5:38 p.m. – Lees Restaurant, 144 SE Highway 101. Marissa A. Baker (08/20/78) attempted to flee on foot and resisted officer. Taken into custody for outstanding state parole board and Lincoln County warrants, possession of methamphetamine and resisting arrest. Transported to Lincoln County Jail.

Suspicious Activity – 7:58 p.m. – 1712 NE 17th Street. 9-1-1 report of physical domestic at location. No medical needed. Courtesy transport given to Snug Harbor.

Wednesday, Sept. 26

Crash – 8:17 a.m. – SW 32nd Street & SW Highway 101. Two vehicle crash with no injuries.

Theft – 10:34 a.m. – 4101 NW Logan Road. Caller reported a lost/stolen iPhone.

Crash – 4:28 p.m. – 4300 NW Highway 101. Two car crash. No injuries.

Thursday Sept. 27

Runaway – Caller reported her juvenile son hadn’t come home from school. Officer located subject at NW 26th Street beach access. Juvenile cited for minor in possession and released to mother.

Crash – 10:38 a.m. – 2845 NW Highway 101. Three car crash with no injuries.

Restraining Order Violation – 2:38 p.m. – 2438 NE Holmes Road #39. Caller reported a verbal argument after subject refused to leave apartment after child exchange. Jamie Brink (01/30/87) was located at her home and taken into custody. Brink was evaluated by medics at LCPD after complaining of shortness of breath and then transported to Lincoln County Jail.

Crash – 6:08 p.m. – NW Highway 101 & NW 15th Street. Two vehicle crash with no injuries.

Theft – 12:25 p.m. – Chinook Winds Golf Casino, 1777 NW 44th Street. Caller reported theft of golf clubs, backpack and miscellaneous items from Casino Sunday.

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  1. I have a comment about that ‘hit and run’ on Saturday, Sept. 22nd at about 6pm. If the person that cut across 4 lanes to make that left hand turn was the one that called in the complaint about being hit by another vehicle – they might want to include their own driving! They almost hit me! I was in the south bound inside lane – I THINK these people actually pulled out from the curb and cut in front of on-coming traffic in both southbound lanes – then cut in front of on-coming northbound traffic to make that turn! They came real close to hitting me – I had to hit the brakes hard to avoid hitting them – at the same time, the vehicle that was alongside of me – I heard someone in that vehicle exclaim loudly ‘WHOA!!!!!’ – I am guessing that was when somebody got hit – but it wasn’t the fault of the drivers in the traffic lanes that were traveling within reason when this fool cut out in front of 4 lanes of travel!!!! (My Vote is for ‘No More Left Turns!’ when driving thru the center of town.)

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