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Cannon Beach Police Log
April 12
1:18 a.m. Second Street:
camping within city limits. Sub-
ject(s) warned for unlawful lodging.
8:44 a.m. Beach: call for infor-
mation. Report of buoy washed
onto shore, south of Silverpoint.
Upon arrival, officer observed a U.S.
Coast Guard or U.S. Navy buoy. Offi-
cer contacted the Coast Guard and,
at their request, sent photographs.
Officer wrapped the buoy with
police tape, was informed Coast
Guard would contact appropriate
owner of buoy.
April 13
12:38 a.m. 400 block of South
Roosevelt Drive: assistance provid-
ed to Seaside Police Department.
SPD requested assistance while
searching for a suspect in an as-
sault that had just occurred at the
Seaside Safeway. Unable to locate
and returned to Cannon Beach.
4:11 p.m. U.S. Highway 101
and Sunset Boulevard: DUII. Re-
sponded to a report of a vehicle in
a ditch. After further investigation,
subject was arrested for driving
under the influence of intoxicants,
consented to breath test; sample
was 0.18 percent.
11:51 p.m. Tolovana Wayside:
camping within city limits. Sub-
ject(s) warned for unlawful lodging.
April 14
1:18 a.m. 2700 block of South
Pacific Street: other all. Received
report of a loud bang or explosion
and a power loss in the area of the
Stephanie Inn. Officer searched the
area and observed no obvious
signs of power loss or anything
suspicious. Officer was contact-
ed shortly after and advised that
the Stephanie Inn was running
on reserve power only. Spoke
with reporting party, who stated
some things worked in the hotel
and some didn’t. Officer requested
that dispatch contact Pacific Power.
April 15
2:25 a.m. Second Street re-
strooms: camping within city limits.
Subjects contacted for overnight
camping. Advised of ordinance
and cleared.
April 16
3:47 a.m. Second Street re-
strooms: camping within city limits.
April 17
1:44 a.m. Tolovana Wayside:
camping within city limits. Sub-
ject(s) warned for unlawful lodging.
7:16 p.m. 200 block of Beaver
Street: suspicious circumstances.
Report of three juvenile males
stealing soccer net from the old
grade school playground. Lo-
cated the juveniles moving the
entire soccer goal net to the Sec-
ond Street park to play a soccer
game (there is only one net at the
park). Advised juveniles to return
the goal net to the school when
they were done playing.
10:12 p.m. U.S. Highway
26 to U.S. Highway northbound
off-ramp: assistance provided to
Oregon State Police, Seaside Fire
Department and Cannon Beach
Fire and Rescue with a single
vehicle crash. Vehicle hit a deer.
Officer dispatched the deer and
assisted with traffic control until
OSP arrived.
10:45 p.m. 3400 block
of South Hemlock Street: dis-
turbance. Report of domestic
disturbance in motel room. Re-
porting person overheard com-
ment regarding “knives.” Officers
Johnson and Bowman arrived
and interviewed both subjects
involved. Disturbance was verbal
in nature only. Advised subject to
quiet down and recommended
they go to sleep until they sobered
up. Advised that they could face
charges of disorderly conduct if
officers were to return. Subject
agreed to quiet down.
April 18
12:27 a.m. Second Street
sewer ponds: camping within
city limits. Subjects contacted
and warned for unlawful lodging.
7:48 a.m. 300 block of North
Spruce: suspicious circumstances.
Jogger reported concerning “graf-
fiti” on the door of 324 N. Spruce St.
(Captain’s House). Determined to
be a prank between Bible School
Students and Conference Center
6:07 p.m. Second Street RV
parking lot: DUII. Subject arrested
for driving under the influence of
intoxicants. Blood-alcohol concen-
tration of 0.15 percent.
its. Subject(s) warned for unlawful
lodging. Male subject also advised
not to drive because of expired
driver’s license.
6:26 p.m. Spruce Street and
public parking lot: information
exchange. Subject called dis-
patch advising of minor motor
vehicle accident, noninjury. Only
concerned because driver of the
other vehicle was not the regis-
tered owner. Officer tied up on
another call. Advised they only
needed to exchange insurance
1:06 p.m. 100 block of East
Gower Street: assistance provided
to another agency. Male subject
admitted to consuming three bot-
tles of Champagne the previous
night and was feeling dizzy and
not feeling good in the morning,
so he consumed another bottle of
Champagne. Patient also on sev-
eral different medications. Did not
know the day of the week, how old
he was, or who the president was.
Patient turned over to Medix, who
transported him to Providence
Seaside Hospital.
April 19
12:24 a.m. Elk Run Park: camp-
ing within city limits. Subject(s)
warned for unlawful lodging.
1:07 a.m. Gower Street Parking
lot: camping within city limits. Sub-
ject(s) warned for unlawful lodging.
2:41 a.m. Tolovana Way-
side: camping within city limits.
Subject(s) warned for unlawful
2:28 p.m. Beach off of
Washington Street: suspicious
circumstances. Call about pub-
lic indecency. Spoke with both
reporting party and subjects.
Subjects refused any wrongdo-
ing. Made an agreement for the
subjects to move to another area
of the beach.
April 20
1:57 a.m. 600 block of Oak
Court: camping within city lim-
2:59 p.m. 700 block of South
Wahanna Road: assistance provid-
ed to Seaside Police Department
with a suicidal patient, who ran
from the Providence Seaside
Hospital into the woods by the
hospital. Subject was taken back
to Providence Seaside Hospital
without incident.
April 21
2:48 a.m. Larch Street and
beach: warrant arrest. Observed
fire on beach and recognized sub-
ject. Dispatch advised that subject
had a municipal warrant for pro-
bation violation from Warrenton
Municipal Court. Subject was taken
to Seaside Police Department for
booking and given a recognizance
release at Warrenton’s request,
then given a courtesy ride back
to Cannon Beach.
6:20 p.m. 700 block of North
Second Avenue: possession of a
controlled substance. Assistance
provided to outside agency for call
regarding shots fired. After further
investigation, a bag of schedule 1
mushrooms was obtained. Subject
informed case would be forward-
ed to the District Attorney’s Office.
Subject was not arrested.
April 22
11:26 p.m. Second Street at
sewer ponds. Officer contacted
subjects in parked vehicle. Sub-
jects were advised of overnight
camping ordinance. Subjects
11:28 p.m. Second Street at
Skatepark: camping within city
limits. Subject(s) warned for un-
lawful lodging.
April 23
3:15 a.m. Tolovana Wayside:
camping within city limits. Sub-
ject(s) warned for unlawful lodg-
ing. Warned as well for minors
being out after curfew.
April 25
2:07 p.m. Haystack Rock at
ocean shore: assistance provid-
ed to another agency. Report of
family creating a disturbance with
Haystack Rock Awareness Program
volunteers. Officer made contact
with reporting party; no action
Cannon Beach Fire & Dune grading moratorium ‘didn’t make sense’
Rescue Log
Council from Page 3A
April 3
3:48 p.m. U.S. Highway 101:
motor vehicle accident, noninju-
ry. Patient refused transport. Medix
April 8
4:49 a.m. 2000 block of South
Pacific Street: possible stroke. Me-
dix transport to Providence Seaside
8:46 a.m. 70000 block of U.S.
tor vehicle accident. Cannon Beach
April 18
10:05 a.m. 100 block of East
Madison Street: lift assistance.
Patient refused transport to Provi-
dence Seaside Hospital.
2:38 p.m. Indian Beach: surfer
in distress. Patient refused transport
to Providence Seaside Hospital.
Highway 101: fire alarm. No fire.
April 19
April 9
9:09 a.m. 40000 block of Tide
Avenue: fire alarm. No fire.
8:15 a.m. Warren Way re-
strooms: patient experiencing
weakness. Medix transport.
8:15 p.m. 80000 block of North
Carnahan Road: fire alarm. No fire.
4:11 p.m. 400 block of Elkland
Court: patient having chest pain.
Medix transport.
April 20
April 11
4:35 p.m. Elk Flat Road: missing
person. Patient found.
April 12
2:47 p.m. Ecola State Park: pa-
tient fall. Medix transport.
4:57 p.m. Indian Beach trail
head: assistance provided to Sea-
side with injured hiker.
April 14
2:12 p.m. 80000 block of U.S.
Highway 101: mutual aid to struc-
ture fire.
10:58 p.m. 700 block of North
Laurel Street: patient unresponsive.
Medix transport to Providence Sea-
side Hospital.
April 16
10:16 a.m. 1000 block of Ecola
Court: unresponsive patient. Medix
transport to Providence Seaside
5:40 p.m. 3000 block of Coho
Place: patient fall. Medix transport.
April 17
1:06 p.m. 100 block of East
Gower Street: patient experiencing
disorientation. Medix transport to
Providence Seaside Hospital.
At Tuesday night’s meet-
ing, the council adopted the
advice of the city’s land use
attorney Bill Kabeiseman,
who said in a staff report he
believed that a moratorium
could interfere with some
sand management permits
are approved without contro-
“There are some types of
grading that are prudent ad-
ministratively,” said Barnes.
“It’s a different nature. There
are small projects, people’s
porches, that go on regular-
ly. If you’re going to adopt a
blanket moratorium that cov-
ers those projects too — you
want a lot of speci¿city on
what is covered in the mora-
In addition, the town cur-
rently has no due applica-
tions for the fall and “nothing
is coming up in spring,” ac-
cording to Barnes.
1:35 p.m. 80000 block of Short
Road: automatic aid to structure fire.
April 22
4:18 p.m. 3000 block of Coho
Place: patient fall. Medix transport.
April 26
10:25 a.m. 1000 block of South
Hemlock Street: patient having syn-
cope episode. Medix transport to
Providence Seaside Hospital.
10:57 a.m. 1000 block of Pacific
Drive: patient with leg pain. Patient
transported by Medix.
April 27
6:50 a.m. 100 block of Maher
Street: patient throwing up. Medix
7:40 a.m. West Second Street:
patient having back pain. Medix
transport to Providence Seaside
April 28
1:38 p.m. 200 block of North
10:57 a.m. 400 block of Elk
Creek Road: one-vehicle motor
vehicle accident. Patient refused
transport to Providence Seaside
Hemlock Street: patient having asth-
ma attack. Patient refused transport,
signed refusal.
10:12 p.m. 200 block of U.S.
Highway 101: mutual aid to mo-
3:25 a.m. 1000 block of Spruce
Court: fire alarm. No fire.
April 29
Dunes at Breakers Point. The council denied a sand grad-
ing permit at the site earlier this year.
“There’s nothing in the
queue fall 2015 until 2016?”
asked Council President Me-
lissa Cadwallader.
“It’s possible somebody
could push hard to do this,”
said Barnes. “There are only
a couple of parties doing
this. But I haven’t really
talked to anybody about a
fall 2015 campaign at this
All requests for grading
must be addressed within
120 days, Barnes said. Any
application that would have
come in before adoption
of the moratorium would
not have been subject to its
Council members said
that the current sand manage-
ment plan was working and
could continue to do so while
the city updated the plan.
Barnes said that if a bud-
get was adopted for a dune
grading plan, he would like
to put a consultant under
contract late in the winter and
have a plan delivered in Feb-
ruary and March.
“I don’t like the idea of
a moratorium,” said Mayor
Sam Steidel.
Councilor Wendy Higgins
said since the Comprehensive
Plan was being revised and
would be delivered early next
year, it didn’t make sense to
adopt the moratorium for
“something that’s only going
to save us a few months. I’m
looking at it from a ¿nancial
perspective. Time is money.”
“You still have the same
tools,” said City Manager
Brant Kucera. “It seems to
me it’s pretty sound.”
Yard sale set to
bene¿t veterans
A yard sale slated Friday,
May 15 and Saturday, May
16, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at
the American Legion, 1216
S. Hemlock, will bene¿t
veterans and their families
at VA hospitals in Oregon.
The sale features furni-
ture, collectibles, books,
household items, pictures,
linens and kitchen ware.
Donations will be accept-
ed Wednesday, May 13 and
Thursday, May 14 from 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. No clothing,
appliances or electronics
will be accepted.
original art work to the next
all-juried show at the Cannon
Beach Gallery, Terra Nova
on Thursday, June 4, 10 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Artists working in
all media are encouraged to
blur the lines of contempo-
rary landscape for this exhi-
bition, which will run from
June 6 through June 28. The
exhibit will be curated by the
CBAA’s Gallery Commit-
tee, artists will be noti¿ed by
phone or email by the end of
the day on Friday, June 5 as to
whether or not their work was
selected to be hung as part of
the show. The Artist’s Recep-
tion is on June 6, 5 to 7 p.m.
For more information
about the juried show pro-
gram at the Cannon Beach
Gallery, please visit www.
D on’t m iss a n issue!
All-juried show
set for June
Artists are encouraged to
submit up to three pieces of
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