Thursday, October 22, 2020

Lincoln City Police Crime Log Sept. 28 – Oct. 4

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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. 28

Disturbance – 7:15 a.m. – 3510 NE Highway 101 Room 14. Caller reported Robert Arnold (12/09/66) tried to break into hotel room. Arnold was located and cited for criminal mischief II.

Theft – 9:40 a.m. – 1014 NE Highway 101. Caller reported his backpack with a Samsung Galaxy Note 5 was stolen on 9/27. Phone was pinged to NE 11th ST & NE Keel AVE.

Theft – 10:08 a.m. – Samaritan North Lincoln Hospital, 3043 NE 28th ST. Report of theft.

Assault – 10:19 a.m. – 2306 NE 34th ST. Report of a cold assault.

Hit and Run – 3:36 p.m. – Taft High School, 3780 SE Spyglass Ridge DR. Caller reported a tall white vehicle struck vehicle while parked.

Hit and Run – 7:35 p.m. – 1700 Block NW Highway 101. White van struck side mirror of parked pickup and fled.

Saturday, Sept. 29

Assault – 3:21 a.m. – Samaritan North Lincoln Hospital, 3043 NE 28th ST. Emergency room staff reported a patient that came in injured from an assault.

DOA – 3:55 a.m. – 426 Jetty AVE. Responded to CPR in progress. Deceased taken by Pacific View Memorial.

AOA – 1:11 p.m. – 95 SW Highway 101. Caller reported a male approached her children and asked them to go with him when they were coming up from the beach. Joseph B. Landry (01/01/94) was contacted and had two felony warrants for UUMV and FTA-UUMV out of Multnomah and Clackamas counties. Landry was taken into custody and transported to Lincoln County Jail.

Theft – 3:50 p.m. – 3327 NW Highway 101. Caller reported a theft of wallet from US Market sometime last night.

False Information – 7:17 p.m. – Fabian Elizondo cited to appear for false information and items seized for return.

Warrant Arrest – 8:16 p.m. – Oceanlake Laundry, 2164 NE Highway 101. Austin J. Wiley (05/07/90) was taken into custody for felony warrant out of Lincoln County Jail for parole violation. Wiley also cited for driving while suspended violation. Transported to Lincoln County Jail.

Found Dog – 11:24 p.m. – D River Wayside. Dog found running loose. Dog transported to LCPD.

Sunday, Sept. 30

Intoxicated – 12:19 a.m. – OLD Oregon, 1604 NE Highway 101. Report of an intoxicated female throwing things in bar. Deborah Filipetti (05/11/85) contacted outside Cruise Inn. Cited and released for disorderly conduct II.

DUII – 3:00 a.m. – Taco Bell, 3910 NE Highway 101. Adrian Ochoa (2/23/81) was cited and released for DUII after being observed drinking in the drive-thru.

Found Property – 11:14 a.m. – 95 SW Highway 101. Caller brought a found debit card to PD lobby. Card seized for safekeeping.

Monday, Oct. 1

Trespass – 1:41 p.m. – Chinook Winds Casino, 1777 NW 44th ST. Casino security reported Leonard Francis Salet (09/12/59) on gaming floor after previously trespassed. Salet taken into custody for trespass and transported to Lincoln County Jail.

Domestic – 9:29 p.m. – 1750 NW 25th ST. Caller reported her juvenile son assaulted her.

Tuesday, Oct. 2

Extra Patrol – 3:49 p.m. – Mid Columbia Bus Company is requesting extra patrol at NE Surf ST & NE Devils Point DR where it loops behind Oceanlake between 1530 & 1600. Clear out cars that are parked in the no parking because bus can’t get through.

Hit and Run – 9:42 p.m. – Safeway, 4101 NW Logan Road. Vehicle struck while in the store.

Wednesday, Oct. 3

Warrant Arrest – 11:57 a.m. – NE 11th ST & NE Keel AVE. Bailey Lauren Bates (07/12/94) was contacted in a van. Misdemeanor warrant confirmed out of Lincoln County for failure to appear for fraud x 2 and a DUII. Bates taken into custody and transported to Lincoln County Jail.

AOA – 11:08 p.m. – 1000 Block S Highway 101. Officer assisted Tillamook County Sheriff with a pursuit. 2009 Chevy pickup was spike stripped. Tillamook County Sheriff took Steven Ryan Przybylowski (01/02/84) into custody.

Thursday, Oct. 4

Found Property – 1:59 p.m. – Caller brought fireworks to PD for destruction.

Warrant Arrest – 1:55 p.m. – 1100 SW 51 ST. Subject ran from officer in area of SW 51 ST. Felony warrant confirmed out of Lincoln County for failure to appear for forgery, possession of a forged instrument I and Theft III. Gary Duane Hutchinson Jr. taken into custody and transported to Lincoln County Jail.

Warrant Arrest – 5:31 p.m. – NW 39th ST & NW Jetty AVE. Felony stop initiated on vehicle after Clackamas and Tillamook counties reported subject was in the area. Felony warrant confirmed for Marcus Harley Moore (04/09/88) out of Tillamook County for commercial sex/child in a sex display. Moore was taken into custody and transported to Lincoln County Jail.

Theft – 6:09 p.m. – Shell, 4031 NW Highway 101. Victim reported her Samsung Galaxy S& phone was taken out of her vehicle.

9-1-1 Hang Up – 2830 NE 36th DR. Officers responded to a 9-1-1 hang up. Female accidentally cut herself.

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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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  1. My comment is to all the people in city council and rich bureaucrats who think closing the warming center passing dumb ass city ordinance so you can clean up the homeless you are so ridiculously wrong. First of all homelessness has gotten worse every since our wonderful government decided they needed to make 500,000.00 a year and closed down most of the state hospital all of Fairview, a big part of Hillcrest and .alarm.so now not only bums drunks and druggies are homeless you have a bunch people that are crazy, mentally retarded and juvenile delinquents on the streets. Now add to this the elderly that can’t afford a place to live because rent is so ridiculous high and all poverty stricken and you have a epidemic. Now take away warming shelters, and the fact that you won’t allow people that want to help them and you have hopelessness, hate, which heads to more drug addicts to escape the hell they live every day more crime out of hunger, fear, and pain and just knowing no one gives a damn and trying to survive and you have so much crime, death, and assaults, and on and on and the city councils, government, government agencies pat yourselves on the back you really have messed this world up! You wait Lincoln city your problems are just beginning. the warming shelter gave hope, dignity and people to aid in recovery for addicts, programs for the mentally challenged and help for our elderly that wiped your damn asses. you are a bunch of rich, cold hearted Bertha better then thous and when you meet god you had better be on your knees begging forgiveness for its going to be hella hot where you go. Don’t bring a coat!

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