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    6A • February 13, 2015 | Cannon Beach Gazette | cannonbeachgazette.com
Crime stats show jump in serious off enses
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department also will con-
tinue other community
outreach events, including
Coffee with a Cop, which
encourages local residents
and visitors to have a con-
versation with local police
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Here are the major Can-
non Beach Police Depart-
ment statistics of the last
two years:
• Crimes
Criminal
homicide:
2014: 1; (2013: 0)
Robbery: 1; (0)
Assault: 5; (4)
Burglary: 13; (7)
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Larceny/theft: 34; (29)
Motor vehicle theft: 0;
(1)
Arson: 0; (0)
Domestic disturbance re-
sponses: 15; (19)
Criminal trespass/notice:
10; (11)
Forgery/counterfeit: 3;
(2)
Fraud: 2; (5)
Embezzlement: 0; (0)
Vandalism/criminal mis-
chief: 21; (32)
Weapons laws/carrying a
concealed weapon: 1; (1)
Sex offenses: 0; (2)
Drug/marijuana cases:
19; (43)
DUII arrests: 13; (21)
Furnishing alcohol to mi-
nors: 5; (2)
Disorderly conduct: 5;
(4)
Fugitive arrests: 10; (14)
Minor in possession of
alcohol: 19; (20)
• Number of calls:
2,412; (2,086): This was a
15 percent increase over last
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Citizen assists: 2014:
1,620; 2013: (719)
Local security checks:
25,613; (21,186)
Assist other agencies:
476; (357)
City code violations ad-
dressed: 64; (100)
Vacation checks: 690;
(649)
Overnight
camping
warnings issued: 668; (486)
Welfare checks: 64; (72)
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Motor vehicle accidents
information exchanges: 30;
(36)
Cannon Beach Police Log
Jan. 18
10:27 a.m. 11 block of
North Hemlock Street: Call for
information. Received report of
an attempted theft by decep-
tion. Reporting party stated
he received a phone call from
a male claiming to be from a
collection agency working on
behalf of Pacifi c Power. The
male stated reporting party’s
power would be turned off if
he didn’t pay. Reporting party,
who has auto-pay set up, got
a callback number, contacted
the police department. Offi cer
attempted to trace the number
but was unable to, forwarded
to fraud commission.
11:12 a.m. 300 block of
Sunset Boulevard. Other all:
second day of shooting. Offi cer
contacted group again, advised
their activity was legal. Howev-
er, offi cer requested they shoot
somewhere else, suggested
other places to shoot. Observed
no signs of intoxication or any
illegal activity. Subjects were
shooting into tree trunk with
unoccupied woods behind
it. Received a number of calls
about it. One complaint wanted
contact. Offi cer spoke via phone,
advised the shooting was legal
and, if they were that concerned,
they could contact their county
commissioner.
Subject was subsequently
charged with driving under the
infl uence of intoxicants, driving
while suspended, breath test
refusal and speeding. Subject’s
passenger was arrested on an
outstanding warrant.
10:42 p.m. Hemlock and
8:25 p.m. Breakers Point:
Nelchena Street: DUII. Offi cer
stopped subject for speeding.
suspicious
circumstances.
Report of suspicious men by
Jan. 24
12:48 p.m. 3400 block
South Hemlock Street: traffi c
complaint. Report of traffi c
complaint. Driver was warned
for driving habits but cited for
driving while suspended, a vi-
olation.
Jan. 26
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pickup in parking lot. Set off
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During investigation, offi cer
learned the suspects were
guests of other residents and
had accidentally kicked a soccer
ball into the vehicle, activating
the alarm.
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Jan. 30
2:15 p.m. Unlawful ap-
plication of graffi ti. Report of
ongoing graffi ti to benches
and tables throughout city of
Cannon Beach.
Jan. 31
1:52 a.m. Madison Street
and Pacifi c Avenue: camping
within city limits. Subject(s)
warned for unlawful lodging.
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Cannon Beach Fire & Rescue Log
5:50 p.m. Jeff erson and
Spruce streets: fallen patient
with a facial injury. Medix
transport to Providence Sea-
side Hospital.
Jan. 4
3:37 a.m. 80000 block of
Carnahan Road: patient with
diffi culty breathing. Medix
transport to Providence Sea-
side Hospital.
7:24 p.m. U.S. Highway 101,
Arch Cape. Rock slide along the
highway. Traffi c control by Can-
non Beach Fire and Rescue.
Jan. 5
8:15 p.m. possible exten-
sion cord or Christmas light fi re.
Personnel on scene; fi re was
out. Unplugged and advised
owner of issue.
Jan. 6
10:35 a.m. 3400 block of
South Hemlock Street: fire
alarm sounding, canceled
by dispatch while en route.
Jan. 8
10:48 a.m. U.S. High-
way 101 at Silver Point area:
one-vehicle motor vehicle ac-
cident, noninjury. Canceled
Medix.
Jan. 9
3:22 p.m. 600 block of
North Larch Street: patient
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having a syncope episode.
Medix transport to Provi-
dence Seaside Hospital.
5:59 p.m. 44000 block
Jan. 11
12:24 a.m. 600 block of
Breakers Point: patient expe-
riencing difficulty breathing.
Medix transport to Provi-
dence Seaside Hospital.
of Tide Avenue: fire alarm.
Authorized cancel received
by dispatch from alarm com-
pany.
Jan. 28
6:32 p.m. 1000 block of
Ray Brown Road: water heater
fire. Fire out on arrival. Units
checked for extension and ad-
vised homeowner of need for
repairs.
South Hemlock Street: lift
assistance only. Canceled
Medix.
Jan. 18
4:47 p.m. 800 block of
North Ash Street: patient hav-
ing syncope episode. Refused
further care. Patient refusal
obtained.
Jan. 31
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