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Lincoln City Police Crime Log – Aug. 24-30

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Lincoln City Police Crime Log - Aug. 24-30

Brand new to the site, the Lincoln City Police 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, Aug. 24

Trespass – 9:40 a.m. – Kenny’s IGA South, 4845 SW Highway 101. A caller reported an intoxicated male later identified as Robert E. Peddycoart (7/4/1967), was causing a disturbance in the store. Peddycoart had previously trespassed. Peddycoart had misdemeanor failure to appear (FTA) warrants from Corvallis and was arrested and transported to the Lincoln County Jail.

Shoplift – 12:25 p.m. – Barefoot at the Beach, 1744 NE Highway 101. Caller reported a male shoplifted some rocks and left the store with his female companion.

Criminal Mischief – 1:09 p.m. – Chinook Winds, 1777 NW 44th Street. A caller reported finding their gas cover open; now vehicle is broken down north of Depoe Bay.

Theft – 2:51 p.m. – 3548 NE Surf Drive – Caller reports theft of her bicycle, between June and early August 2018.

Hit and run – 4:50 p.m. – NE Devils Lake Blvd. Caller reported being sideswiped while in the northbound center turn lane by a 1980’s Chevrolet pickup with silver bumpers. Damage was done to driver side of vehicle.

Theft – 8:05 p.m. – Game Over Arcade, 2821 NW Highway 101. Caller reported leaving wallet at arcade. It was gone when he returned.

Saturday Aug. 25

Stolen Vehicle – 9:07 a.m. – 3425 SE Harbor Drive #33. Caller reports 1994 white Acura Integra stolen between 5 a.m. and time of call.

Recovered Stolen Vehicle – 11:39 a.m. – 1220 NW 15th Street. 1998 green Honda Civic found on Old Scenic Highway with mail belonging to the victim.

Theft – 8:49 p.m. – Chinook Winds Casino, 1777 NW 44th Street. Caller reported theft of a casino voucher.

Sunday, Aug. 26

DUII – 1:28 a.m. – Chinook Winds Casino, 1777 NW 44th Street. Cassandra Elizabeth Skelley (08/02/1982) was arrested for DUII after casino security reported a female driver that was intoxicated. Officers made contact and tests were performed.  Skelley was taken into custody and transported to the Lincoln City Police Department. Vehicle was parked by casino valet. Skelley was cited and released for DUII.

Hit and run – 2:20 a.m. – Chinook Winds Casino, 1777 NW 44th Street. Hit and run in front of location.  Suspect’s vehicle, a black 2014 Hundai sedan, was located in Rite-Aid parking lot with driver gone on foot. KOA campground contacted dispatch and Taylor L. Keyontae was taken into custody off highway 101 for failure to perform the duties of a driver, reckless driving, reckless endangering and a felony warrant out of California. Transported to Lincoln County Jail.

Suspicious activity – 1:34 a.m. – Chinook Winds Casino, 1777 NW 44th Street. Chinook Winds security reports a male dropped a baggie containing a white powdery substance.

Monday, Aug 27

Extra patrol – 2 a.m. Old Taft Elementary property, SE 51st Street – Homeless using trees on property to shelter from weather.

Animal – 8:22 a.m. – Posh Wash, 660 SE Highway 101. Caller reported deer was struck by a van and was injured. Doe appeared to be suffering and was dispatched by officer.

Theft – 9:21 a.m. – 3128 NE Highway 101. Caller reported Robert E. Peddycoart (07/25/1967) accessed a gated part of the business and stole a cordless landline phone. Phone was found and returned by officer. Peddycoart was arrested and transported to Lincoln County Jail for theft II, trespass and criminal mischief.

Crash injury – 7:23 p.m. – Sandstone Motel, 3733 SW Highway 101. 2006 BMW 320i parking lot crash. Vehicle vs. tree. Minor airbag burn injury only.

Tuesday, Aug. 28

DOA – 10:32 a.m. – 1501 NW 40th Place. Hospice patient transported by Pacific View.

Hit and run – 7:38 p.m. – NW 15th & NW Highway 101. Caller reports a hit and run involving an older motor home traveling southbound on Highway 101. Vehicles involved were a 1992 Ford Ranger and 1978 Snapp motorhome.

Suspicious activity – 10:42 p.m. 1123 SW 51st Street. Caller called 9-1-1 to report a male being hit by a vehicle in apartment complex.

Wednesday, Aug 29

DUII – 12:44 a.m. 3262 NE Highway 101. Traffic stop initiated and tests performed. Earl Ray Mendenhall JR. taken into custody and transported to Lincoln City Police Department.

Assault – 1:04 a.m. Maxwells, 1631 NW Highway 101. Caller reported a male grabbing a female by the hair and taking her to the ground. Male located and taken into custody for domestic harassment and transported to Lincoln County Jail.

Fraud – 12:33 p.m. – 1500 SE East Devils Lake Road #404. Coldstone Creamery, 4157 N Highway 101, reported a counterfeit $50 passed. Two females, 15 years, 5’10’, slender, one blond and one brunette. Claimed to be from Las Vegas.

Stolen Vehicle – 2:45 p.m. 1517 SW Highway 101. White 1997 Nissan Maxima was parked at Sears parking lot around 3 a.m., came back after 7 a.m. and vehicle was gone. Vehicle left unlocked with keys and items inside.

Recovered stolen vehicle – 5:49 p.m. – SE 16th Street & SE Highway 101. Located white 1997 Nissan Maxima stolen vehicle. Anthony M Marini (02/25/1979) taken into custody for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and transported to Lincoln County Jail.

Theft – 10:31 p.m. Motel 6, Room 301, 3517 NW Highway 101. Caller reported theft of a wallet while at Chinook Winds Casino.

Attempted Robery – 11:22 p.m. – 3221 NW Highway 101. Caller reported being assaulted in area and male transient attempted to steal wallet. Suspect described as wearing a camoflaughed jacket, dark clothing with long brown ponytail carrying a backpack. Left southbound on Highway 101 and was gone on arrival.

Thursday, Aug. 30

Follow up – 12:22 a.m. – 373 SE Inlet Avenue. Casino surveillence was able to identify subjects that took wallet and contents were obtained and returned to victim at Motel 6.

Found property – 12:02 p.m. – 3400 NE Yacht Avenue. Caller found a small safe at Holmes Road Park.

Recovered stolen vehicle – 2335 NW Inlet Avenue. White 1994 Acura Integra found. Caller reported an abandoned vehicle under a carport at location. Vehicle returned stolen out of Lincoln City. Courtesy transport given to retrieve vehicle.

Theft – 3:55 p.m. 3109 NE 26th Street. Caller reported one of his license plates had been stolen within the past couple of days. Remaining plate seized.

Recovered stolen vehicle – 6:11 p.m. Siletz Highway and Highway 101. Green Toyota Camry found at location. Owner contacted and will retrieve vehicle.

Extra patrol – Kirtsis Park Caller reports that while at the skate park, male in his 40s, tall, reddish blond facial hair with a cast on his leg and a yellow lab mix tried to get mother and daughter into the car. She states he has tried to get others to go for a ride in his vehicle. Vehicle is a red Mitsubishi Spyder convertible.

Theft – Chinook Winds Casino, 1777 NW 44th Street. Caller reported his wallet was lost at McDonalds, turned into Chinook Winds Casino with $1,300 missing.

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