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Fugitive dead after (mEe]]ling Eookkeeper gets three years
By Kyle Spurr
EO Media Group
Authorities say a man
wanted on attempted mur-
der FharJes ¿red at pursu-
inJ oI¿Fers EeIore he was
shot and NiOOed Ey poOiFe
to end a 17-mile chase on
Highway 26 in the Coast
Range Oct. 28.
The Washington Coun-
ty 6heriII¶s OI¿ce says
36-year-old Andrew Dehart
was taken to a hospital late
Wednesday and was pro-
nounced dead. The high-
way east of Oregon 47 was
closed through the night.
The sheriff¶s of¿ce said
Dehart was wanted for at-
tempted murder, kidnap-
ping and assault charges in
Clark County, Washington.
U.S. Marshals found
him at a friend’s home in
Seaside, Eut he Àed as the
marshals waited for Eackup
Authorities say Dehart
shot at police cars, disaEling
one of them, and continued
shooting until he reached a
Sheriff’s Sgt. %oE Ray
says three of¿cers got out of
their at the east end of the
tunnel. They ¿red at Dehart
and his truck came to a stop.
A woman who emEe]]led more
than $250,000 over three years while
working as a Eookkeeper for a small
residential treatment facility in Seaside
was sentenced Monday, Nov. 1, to three
years in prison for violating her proEa-
.aren Anne Noel SaEer, 55, of Asto-
ria, was originally sentenced last year to
¿ve years proEation. She was ordered to
pay Eack $30,000 within a year Ey liT-
uidating her property. After a year, she
was reTuired to pay $500 a month until
the $250,000 was paid in full.
Since Eeing placed on proEation last
year, SaEer has only paid $622.50.
Judge Paula Brownhill revoked Sa-
Eer’s proEation Monday since she failed
to pay the minimum
of $30,000. SaEer
was arrested last
month on a war-
rant, and appeared
in court Monday for
the proEation viola-
In addition, Sa-
Eer violated her
proEation Ey failing
to report a new ad-
dress to her proEa-
She pleaded guilty in July 2014 to
emEe]]ling the money from the prior
owners of Awakenings Ey the Sea in
Seaside. She pleaded guilty to 36 counts
of ¿rst-degree theft during the second
day of a trial in Clatsop County Circuit
The Seaside-Eased residential facil-
ity opened in 2007. It is now operated
Ey different owners for women-only
SaEer was hired in 200 after Ee-
ing recommended. She suggested the
company Eegin using direct deposit
for employee payroll. )rom 200 to
2012, SaEer is Eelieved to have pock-
eted thousands of dollars Ey putting
state and federal payroll tax payments
into her own accounts instead of suE-
mitting them to the Internal Revenue
When threatening letters Eegan
showing up in the spring and summer
of 2012 from the IRS, the president of
the facility hired a certi¿ed puElic ac-
countant to go over the Eookkeeping.
The information was then turned
over to the Seaside Police Department.
SEASIDE POLICE LOG
12:20 a.m., 400 block of South
Roosevelt Drive: Caller request-
ing assistance in removing a
female from the store that was
refusing to leave when asked. Of-
ficer responded and female left.
2 p.m., Avenue K and Downing
Street: 911 call reporting group
of girls threatening another
girl. Officer arrived and con-
tacted group and warned them
about disorderly conduct.
the whole downtown area, and
spoke to complainant, but were
unable to locate the suspect.
12:18 a.m., Cannon Beach:
Officer assisted Cannon Beach
Police with a DUI investigation.
10:51 a.m., Quatat Park: Report
of people going under the dock.
Area is known for criminal activity.
Officers made contact; subjects
warned for going under the dock.
11:37 a.m., Broadway: Caller re-
ported shoplifter who just left store.
Officers responded and checked
7:02 p.m., Turnaround: Multiple
911 callers reported female act-
ing strangely. Officers delayed
due to priority call. Female was
gone upon arrival.
8:14 a.m., Turnaround: 911 caller
reported subject pulling ﬂowers
and yelling in the area. Officer
responded and made contact,
warned for disorderly conduct.
12:13 p.m., 200 block of South
Roosevelt Drive: 911 caller report-
ed subject walking down the
street, acting strange, possibly a
danger to herself. Officer respond-
ed and made contact. Subject was
not a danger to herself or others.
10:17 p.m., 12th Avenue and
Necanicum Drive: Subject
warned for unlawful lodging
and parking issue.
6:51 a.m., 400 block of North
Prom: Report of an unwanted per-
son; subject trespassed indefinitely.
12:52 p.m., Avenue A and Roos-
evelt Drive: Caller reported sub-
ject with sign soliciting marijua-
na. Officer responded and made
contact subject moving on.
Celeb rate Th ank s giving
O ffering 3 Course and 5 Course M enus
Entree Ch oices
Stu ffed tu rk ey rou lad e w ith fresh h erb s and
turk ey-apple cid er jus. Served w ith potato
and root vegetab le m ash w ith b row n gray
and glazed rainb ow carrots and asparagus
Hazelnu t cru s ted h alib u t fillet topped w ith
m ixed h erb grem olata. Served w ith
m ush room and b russel sprout risotto.
Finish ed w ith fresh sh aved pecorino.
D es s ert
Ch ocolate pum pk in ch eesecak e w ith
cranb erry sauce or A pple crisp a la m od e
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November 1—December 18
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You may be the lucky winner of
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Previous winner - This could be YOU
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Flash from the Past
Old Time Photo
Inn at Seaside
New Garden Asian Cuisine
Norma’s Seafood & Steak
North Coast Leather
Oregon & More
Pig ‘n Pancake
Sam’s Seaside Cafe
Sea Star Gelato
Spay & Neuter Thrift
Sunsation Tanning Spa
The Aspirin Shop
The Jewelry Box
The Man Store
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• Shop at participating merchants listed and get a SHOP SEASIDE! card
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