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SEASIDE POLICE LOG
3:25 a.m., 1100 block Sixth Avenue:
Caller reports a woman scream-
ing outside his residence; police
connect with the woman who said
she was distraught over a family
matter. She was asked to be quiet.
No further action was taken.
1:22 a.m., Holladay Drive: A juvenile
out past curfew was provided a
courtesy lift home. His parents were
5:02 a.m., 1100 block Fifth Avenue:
Caller reports an intoxicated female
carrying on whom they would like
removed. Police ask the woman to
2:57 p.m., 1300 block, Eleventh
Avenue: Caller reports parents are
fighting and concerned father is on
illegal drugs. Officers arrived at the
residence and discerning the distur-
bance was verbal only, invited the
man to leave the house for awhile
to cool off.
11:27 p.m., 200 block N. Prom-
enade: Caller reported a pair of
intoxicated women exiting their
vehicle but failing to turn the lights
off. Officer arrived and found the
lights were off; no drunk driving
4:00 p.m., 300 block S. Roosevelt:
An elderly woman harassing a Rite
Aid pharmacist was informed she
was trespassing. Police advised her
to leave the store and not return.
7:42 a.m., 1600 block Broadway:
A tree fell on a parked car on the
street. No one was in the car. An
officer arriving on the scene took
pictures for the owner’s insurance
12:59 a.m., 1100 block, Broadway:
Two loud men causing a scene in a
hotel lobby were told by police to
knock it off.
3:11 p.m., 3500 block Sunset
Boulevard: Criminal mischief was
reported to a window; officers
arriving noticed that a patio table
had also been smashed, possibly
3:16 a.m., 1100 block, Franklin
Avenue: A neighbor reported a loud
and obnoxious party raging on
outside their house; police told the
partiers to go inside and warned
that another call would result in a
7:02 p.m., 700 block S. Wahanna
Road: Police were summoned to as-
sist with a combative patient at the
hospital; officer advised the patient
be discharged and given a voucher
for a cab ride home.
11:31 a.m., N. Holladay Drive: Hotel
personnel turned in to police a
handgun left behind by a previous
7:37 p.m., 1100 block Avenue A:
Cab driver complains that the pa-
tient picked up at the hospital can
not get out of the cab; additionally
there was confusion about the pas-
senger’s correct address. This matter
was cleared up by the police, who
also secured keys to the patient’s
apartment from the management
company so the patient could safely
be delivered to his correct address.
3:22 a.m., Lewis and Clark Road: An
intoxicated woman screaming and
yelling was reported by a caller. Of-
ficers responding said the woman
returned to her hotel. Subjects were
warned against bringing strange
women to their residence.
3:47 p.m., 600 block S. Holladay
Drive: Caller reported hearing peo-
ple she believed were living under
her building; police discovered two
males who were told to leave and
not come back.
1:24 a.m., N. Promenade: A group
of hard partiers in a hotel room
were advised to dial it down
after hotel guests objected to the
12:55 p.m., Broadway Park: A con-
cerned citizen brought a lost dog to
11:19 a.m., Avenue F and Roosevelt
Drive: A person complained to
police that a subject walked in
front of his car and they nearly hit
them; officers searching the area
couldn’t find anyone who fit the
2:23 p.m., 400 block S. Roosevelt
Drive: Caller reported someone
sitting in their car drinking beer;
officers responding found the indi-
vidual sitting but not drinking.
3:44 p.m., Highway 101 Helicopter
pad: Caller complained someone
was driving all over the road;
officers located vehicle but the
driver was not impaired. They were
warned to drive more carefully.
9:38 p.m., 1200 block Avenue E:
Girlfriend calls police on boyfriend
acting out of control and threaten-
ing to bust up the joint. Police spoke
to both parties and determined
nothing physical had occurred and
no crime had been committed.
12:51 a.m. , 800 block N. Downing
Street: Caller asks police to come to
their residence to check on a suspi-
cious noise; nothing found.
7:40 a.m., Wahanna and Cooper:
Police encounter loose dogs. Dogs
are rounded up and taken into
custody and returned to their
days, is told to move on and not
10:40 a.m., Broadway and
Roosevelt: An off-duty Gearhart
firefighter called in a report of a
woman urinating against a tree. A
second individual stopped by the
police lobby to report the activity.
Officers contacted the woman and
advised her to stop.
3:42 a.m., Third Street: Caller
reports sounds that seem like some-
one is breaking into an adjacent
empty house; police responding
find nothing out of the ordinary. A
heavy east wind was blowing.
5:14 p.m., 12th Avenue: Caller
reports individual with drugs on
the street. Police search for alleged
subject but were unable to locate.
8:29 a.m., Ninth and Necanicum:
Caller reports female screaming. Po-
lice determine children are playing
and having fun.
6:10 p.m., Avenue B: Neighbor
complains about kids playing in the
street and not moving for cars. Kids
tell police they never heard the car.
They agreed to move for cars in the
6:58 p.m., N. Promenade: A person
who has been warned to quit hang-
ing around a area returned and was
told to leave and not come back for
at least a week.
10:24 p.m., Third and Prom: Officer
contacted two persons loudly
cursing. They were warned to keep
9:36 p.m., Avenue A: Caller reports
person pointing a laser at passing
cars and pedestrians. Officer con-
tacted hotel security to deal with
12:50 a.m., Avenue A: Officer made
contacts with suspects playing
loud music and making noise. The
person playing harmonica agreed
to stop. The group disbanded
2:14 p.m., Highway 101: Caller told
police her baby sister won’t stop
playing with the phone. A parent
was contacted to teach the child of
the proper use of 911.
10:20 a.m., S. Roosevelt Drive: A
panhandler was reported to the
police. The person was on the pub-
lic right of way and not on private
property; no action was taken.
7:10 p.m., 400 block S. Roosevelt
Drive: An individual whose pres-
ence is not wanted at a particular
business was told by police to leave
and not come back.
2:21 p.m., South Franklin: Caller
reports a person outside, possibly
dead. Police say the man was just
6:51 a.m., Lewis and Clark Road
and Thompson Falls: A dead animal,
species unknown, was removed
from the roadway.
2:36 p.m., 200 block, Avenue A:
Multiple callers report a man pos-
sibly living under a tree. The man,
who has been in the area for several
11:05 a.m., 2000 block N. Wahanna:
Caller requests help for a woman on
the road; officers assist getting her
help for a stomachache.
7:11 p.m., Turnaround: Police
advice people to quit climbing on
the statue at the Turnaround.
9:36 p.m., 15th Street and Holladay:
A couple in an argument who
regularly disturb their neighbors
were were advised to separate for
11:03 a.m., 500 block S. Edgewood:
A combative subject in medical crises
was transported to the hospital by
Medix and Seaside Emergency Res-
cue. Police assistance was required.
1:19 p.m., 400 block N. Jackson:
Police are told about a baby locked
in a parked car; subject called police
to say she was in the car.
1:34 p.m., 600 block N. Broadway:
A good citizen turned into police a
wallet they found.
8:09 p.m., 800 block Necanicum:
Caller reports children running and
making noise in a hallway in an
apartment complex. Police were
busy with higher priorities calls and
could not respond. There were no
11:05 a.m., 2000 block S. Roosevelt:
Caller reports an elderly male,
waving; caller is concerned the man
is too close to the fog line and may
be struck by a vehicle. Police con-
tacting the man ascertained he was
waiting for the bus. He was advised
to stand back.
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The 18 th Annual CASA (Court Appointed Special
Advocates) Celebration on March 10 th at the Bridgewater
Bistro was a successful and enjoyable event, funding
advocacy for up to 30 children who need CASA!
Thank you to our generous sponsors, donors, and volunteers.
You truly are making a positive difference in children’s lives.
CELEBRATION 2016 SPONSORS & MAJOR DONORS 2015
William & Deborah Armington
Astoria Coffee House
Astoria High School Art Classes
Bank of the Pacific
Bruce’s Candy Kitchen
Chris & Liz Beckman
City of Astoria
City of Cannon Beach
City of Gearhart
City of Seaside
Columbia Memorial Hospital
Steve & Jody Heverly
Samuel S. Johnson Foundation
Duane & Rebecca Johnson
Jubitz Family Foundation
Ann Lederer & Scott Reuter
Raymond & Jennifer Lund
Meyer Memorial Trust
Murphy Overseas USA
John & Janet Niemi
John & Jan Nybakke
Oregon CASA Network
Patsy & David Oser
Alice & Paul Stull
Daniel and Kim Supple
TLC Fibre Federal Credit Union
Trust Management Services
United Way of Clatsop County
Wimahl Family Clinic
Blue Scorcher Bakery and Café
Astoria Coffee House & Bistro
Van Dusen Beverages
Chef Marco Davis
Chef Jonathan Hoffman
Astoria Co-op Grocery
Seaside Brewing Company
Columbia River Coffee Roaster
T Paul’s Supper Club
Paula Brownhill & Blair Henningsgaard
Mary Ann Murk
Peter Pan Market
Bruce’s Candy Kitchen
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