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Lincoln City Police Log June 28 – July 4

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Lincoln City Crime July 2019

The Lincoln City Police Dispatch Daily Desk Log is a public record of police calls. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Friday, June 28

Suspicious Person – 1:21 a.m. – 2760 NW Neptune Ave. – Officer contacted a female who gave a false name. Sylvia Rose Hutchinson-Hernandez (1/16/96) taken into custody on probable cause for giving false information to police, a felony warrant and was transported to Lincoln County Jail.

Found Property – 8:31 a.m. – Les Schwab Tires – Cards and a driver’s license found in shipment area near some tires. Items seized for safekeeping.

Extra Patrol – 12:18 p.m. – SW 50th St. – Caller reports a car has been camping for a week and there are other cars parking at night, sleeping.

Theft – 3165 NE 20th Pl. – Report of theft of jewelry, rifles and other high value items taken.

Drugs – 9:52 p.m. – 2841 NE 46th Pl. – Caller reported her juvenile daughter smoked marijuana received from a teenager. Investigation ongoing.

Animal – 11:17 p.m. – N 33rd St. & Highway 101 – Officer dispatched an injured raccoon.

DUII – 11:57 p.m. – Melissa Jean Long (12/22/95) cited and released for DUII.

Animal – 11:27 p.m. – SW Ebb Ave. – Black lab/mix found running in area near D Sands. Dog brought to LCPD. Owner picked up dog at 2:45 a.m. Saturday.

Saturday, June 29

Crash – 10:41 a.m. – Chinook Winds Casino – Minor crash involving transit bus. Non-injury and non-blocking.

Vehicle vs. Bicycle – 12:58 p.m. – NW Highway 101 & NW 26th St. – Vehicle vs. bicyclist injury crash. Cyclist taken to SNLH by Pacific West Ambulance.

Hit and Run – 1:20 p.m. – 2224 NE Highway 101 – Caller reported a white van hit her vehicle while she was pulling into Dairy Queen. The van did not stop. Possible partial plate on the van is “02913.”

Vehicle vs. Bicycle – 1:50 p.m – 4079 NW Logan Rd. – NLFR engine came upon a vehicle vs. bicycle crash. Driver hit two cyclists who both suffered minor injuries. Driver cited for failure to yield to bicyclist on sidewalk.

Assisting Outside Agency – 2:22 p.m. – 4101 NW Logan Rd. – Brandy Lynn Griffith (8/8/72) taken into custody on Multnomah County warrant for dangerous drugs. Transported to Lincoln County jail.

Crash – 8:07 p.m. – Burger King – Two vehicle crash with no injuries and non-blocking.

Sunday, June 30

Overdose – 1:18 a.m. – 1014 NE Highway 101 – Report of intentional overdose. Medics responded. Female taken to SNLH on peace officer hold.

Warrant Arrest – 3:04 a.m. – Palace Inn & Suites, 550 SE Highway 101 – 911 report of possible domestic at hotel. Officers contacted all persons involved and determined no domestic had taken place. Paul Lee Davidson Mink (10/18/88) taken into custody for felony warrant on robbery charges and transported to Lincoln County Jail.

Car Clout – 9:27 p.m. – 1012 SW 51st – Back window broken and purse taken from vehicle.

Domestic Disturbance – 11:40 a.m. – NW 34th St. & NW Highway 101 – Report of male and female fighting in vehicle. Male got out and smashed the passenger side front window and left on foot.

Disturbance – 11:50 a.m. – 1120 SW 15th St. – Caller reported her neighbor was cutting up part of her fence. WHen she asked him to stop, he started screaming and ranting. Aaron S. Kilby (2/15/77) taken into custody for criminal mischief and trespass and transported to Lincoln County Jail.

DOA – 12:09 p.m. –  426 SE Jetty Ave. – Susan M. Ore (5/30/46) deceased. Pacific View responded.

Dog Bite – 4:44 p.m. – 426 SE Jetty Ave. – Caller reported his grandson was bitten by a small dog belonging to the pizza vendor.

Hit and Run – 5:17 p.m. – 836 SE 31st St. – Caller reported he was hit by a car while riding his bicycle. He went to the hospital for minor injuries and contacted police afterwards. Investigation ongoing.

Found Property – 7:05 p.m. – 6334 S Highway 101 – Found cell phone.

Monday, July 1

Trespass – 12:08 a.m. – Palace Inn & Suites, 550 SE Highway 101 – Caller reports male in the lobby is creating a disturbance and will not leave. Benjamin Pasciyo (1/25/90) arrested for trespass and transported to Lincoln County Jail.

Theft – 5:31 p.m. – 4800 SE Inlet Ave. – Caller reports her Schwann delivery was taken off her porch. She called back to report she got her delivery.

Theft – 9:34 p.m. – Lincoln City Inn, 1091 SE 1st St. – Theft of a speaker left in room.

Tuesday, July 2

Disturbance – 10:02 a.m. – 2316 NE 34th St. – Parent calling about out of control child. Juvenile taken to SNLH on voluntary peace officer hold.

Found Property – 11:18 a.m. – NW 15th St. beach access – Wallet found on the beach.

Theft – 5:25 p.m. – Lincoln City Cinemas, 3755 SE High School Dr. – Victim reported someone stole the computer off his son’s electric bicycle.

DUII – 7:09 p.m. – NW 15th St. beach access – Patrick Allen Placentia (12/30/69) taken into custody for DUII after traffic stop.

Restraining Order Violation – 8:28 p.m. – 1147 SW 16th St. – Jaime L. Brink (1/31/87) taken into custody for restraining order violation. Brink reported another person was intoxicated and requested a welfare check on the children. She was taken into custody after admitting third party contact. Children were fine. Brink transported to Lincoln County Jail.

Animal, Warrant Service – 6:11 p.m. – 1126 SW 10th St. – Report of dog barking. Officer responded and took Kenneth Lewis Adams (1/22/61) into custody on warrant out of Linn County for DUII. Adams was transported to Lincoln County Jail.

Wednesday, July 3

Theft – 8:39 a.m. – 3430 NE Highway 101 – Chainsaw, leaf-blower, weed-eater, hedge trimmer and gas cans stolen from tool shed.

Suspicious Activity – 8:06 a.m. – Best Western Plus Landmark Inn, 4430 SE Highway 101 – Guest in hotel found note from previous guest indicating possible abuse.

DOA – 8:31 a.m. – 1744 NW Harbor Ave. – Conducted welfare check. FOund CHarles E. Widden (8/18/49) deceased. Pacific View responded.

Theft – 11:43 a.m. – Mckay’s Market – Jeremy D. Livingston (7/14/86)  arrested for shoplifting and transported to Lincoln County Jail.

Criminal Mischief – 6:36 p.m. – 1837 NE 20th St. – Victim reported other driver knocked his vehicle mirror off after a road rage incident.

Thursday, July 4

Probation Violation – 12:14 a.m. – NW 34th St. & Highway 101 – Djuro C. Higi (6/6/82) taken into custody for probation detainer.

Criminal Mischief – 9:38 a.m. – 6262 SW Harbor Ave. – Caller reported that his oil plug was removed and oil drained from his Ford truck. Jesse Freeman cited and released for criminal mischief and offensive littering.

Missing Person – 12:41 p.m. – 1753 SE Mast – Tanay Nicholson (5/17/92) entered as missing person. Be On The Lookout sent.

Criminal Mischief – 1:06 p.m. – 2340 NE 35th St. – Vehicle spray painted.

Hit and Run – 4:07 p.m. – NE 18th & Highway 101 – Caller reports her mirror was broken while parked on Highway 101.

Seized Fireworks – 8 p.m. – Case number assigned for all fireworks seized during Fourth of July.

Criminal Mischief – 8:23 p.m. – 861 SW 51st St. – Damage to back rear window of vehicle.

Suspicious Activity – 9:34 p.m. – SW 51st St. beach access – Raymond Arthur Spencer Jr. (4/12/85) contacted on beach after urinating in public. Cited and released from scene.

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Justin Werner
Justin Werner
Justin Werner is the founder and publisher of Lincoln City Homepage and a journalist reporting news for the fine citizens of Lincoln City, Oregon. 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 family, including a 14-year-old who thinks he's 40, a tiny, pink, unicorn-princess and a Lego engineer with an attitude.

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