Tuesday, September 21, 2021


Lincoln County Sheriff


Lincoln County Jail inmates to receive free tablets with no internet

Lincoln County Jail staff will have a new tool to supervise inmates and help them gain basic life skills with a new tablet program designed to reward good study habits and keep offenders out of custody.

‘Lost and afraid,’ distraught woman’s 9-1-1 rescue call leads to her arrest

Saying they knew “something was up” and calling the incident “an unusual crime,” an Oregon woman’s despair over being lost and afraid ended in her arrest Tuesday night following a welfare check by Lincoln County Sheriff's Department deputies.

Deceased female, lost hunter found in search-and-rescue missions

Separate searches conducted this weekend by Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Deputies resulted in the discovery within a 24-hour period of a lost hunter and a deceased female.

Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office enters Lip Sync Challenge

Police departments nationwide are challenging each other to lip sync battles and the Lincoln County Sheriff's Office just entered the fray.

Lincoln County Sheriff fire safety tips

Use the following tips to help keep you and your family safe especially during the hot, dry season.

German Shepherd Bonni won’t let go at Touch-A-Truck

Every year at the Lincoln City Community Center vehicles are available for kids of all ages to explore during the Touch-A-Truck event.

Beach safety tips from the Lincoln County Sheriff

When visiting the scenic Oregon coast and participating in recreational activities, beach safety should be a prime concern.

Deputy administers Narcan and saves overdosed passenger’s life

On May 17, 2018 at approximately 4:00 p.m., Deputy Shawn Carter stopped a vehicle for a minor traffic violation near SE East Devils Lake Rd and SE Oar Street in Lincoln City. During the traffic stop Deputy Carter recognized the rear passenger in the vehicle was exhibiting signs of a drug overdose.

Safety belt enforcement blitz is on for May

The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office will be joining other police agencies throughout Oregon to enforce traffic occupant protection and other traffic related laws during the safety belt enforcement blitz scheduled May 14 through May 27.

Lincoln County Sheriff: Boating Safety

Summer will be here before we know it and in the coming weeks more people will be pulling out their boats from winter storage in preparation for launch in the waters of this state.

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