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SEASIDE POLICE LOG
5:10 a.m., 1300 block Second:
Caller reports dogs barking
loudly. Offi cer responding to
the area did not hear any dogs
barking. Other tenants in the
building say they’ve heard no
dogs. Caller is advised.
9:43 a.m., Avenue S in Re-
cycling Area: A public works
worker reports someone
“showing off ” a handgun;
offi cers locate subjects who
had found a broken BB gun in a
11:56 a.m., Dooley Lane, Gear-
hart: A dog is impounded.
2:51 p.m., Highway 101: A mo-
tor vehicle hit and run accident
1:05 p.m., S. Holladay Drive: A
dog in need of medical assis-
tance is given aid.
2:46 p.m., N. Holladay: A dog is
impounded near the Estuary.
3:56 p.m., Alpine Street: A wel-
fare check was requested by a
resident. No further informa-
tion was available.
5:55 p.m., Quatat Park: A
person smoking marijuana in
public was dealt with by the
police. No further information
4:58 p.m., McDonald’s parking
lot: Offi cers respond to a report
of two women fi ghting on the
patio. It was determined the
disturbance was verbal only.
7:40 p.m. 1600 block N. Holla-
day: Caller reports an older dog
tethered to a short leash; caller
is concerned. Offi cers checking
the area say the dog has access
to shelter and water and food;
police indicated the situation is
9:09 p.m., Spruce Drive:
Police respond to a report of
someone stripping a trailer. It
is determined the trailer dates
back to the 1970s and is of no
value. No action was taken.
6:44 p.m., 1300 block Halbig
Lane: Caller reports an individ-
ual selling meat door to door.
Subject is located and advised
of city ordinances prohibiting
this activity and is told they
must have a license to sell food.
10:00 p.m., Lewis and Clark
Road: Caller advises there is a
drunk driver on the loose.
11:02 p.m, N. Prom: A motor
vehicle hit-and-run accident is
2:20 a.m., 12th and Franklin:
Offi cers respond to a report of
an intoxicated person; police
locate the individual and give
them a ride to their accommo-
dation where they are released
into the custody of a sober
individual who says they are
responsible for the person.
9:49 a.m., Avenue T and Beach
Drive: A motor vehicle accident
is reported. There were no
11:48 a.m., 200 block S. Colum-
bia: Caller reports suspicious
activity going on around her
business. Police say they will
patrol the area more often.
1:50 a.m., 1000 block Beach
Drive: Caller reports neighbors
yelling outside. Police respond-
ing fi nd a couple arguing
while attempting to set up a
hide-a-bed for guests. They are
warned to keep it down.
6:44 p.m., Columbia and Ave-
nue A: Caller reports a toddler
not strapped into their car seat,
hanging out the car window.
Police are unable to locate.
12:21 p.m., The Prom: Police
respond to a report of people
fi ghting. The argument is de-
termined to be verbal in nature
only. Subjects were advised.
8:54 p.m., The Cove: Caller
reports a possibly intoxicated
person in the parking area.
The individual is later stopped
on the road by Oregon State
6:57 p.m., 600 block Avenue
T: A report of an intoxicated
driver in the area is reported to
Oregon State Police.
4:22 p.m., 700 block Avenue Q:
A missing person was reported.
5:45: p.m., 11th and Holla-
day: A woman writing in wet
cement was told to quit it.
8:39 p.m., S. Holladay: Caller
reports a person going around
yelling at people. Caller wants
it noted in the log that “the
person was very rude.”
12:16 a.m., 11th and Lincoln:
Offi cer assists drivers in a non
injury motor vehicle accident.
One driver was cited for having
no insurance. A DMV crash
report was completed.
10:25 a.m., 200 block S. Roos-
evelt: A hit and motor vehicle
accident was reported.
10:38 a.m., S. Wahanna: A
disturbance was reported. No
further information was given.
8:13 p.m.: 300 block S. Roo-
sevelt: Police advise subjects
that are indefi nitely trespassed
from a local business.
10:18 a.m., Avenue G: Caller
complained about a dog locked
in a vehicle. They also report
a child was locked in a cage.
Police responding warn caller
against initiating false reports.
There was a dog locked in the
vehicle but no child. The owner
of the dog was contacted and
the dog was taken care of.
Seaside cops ’n’
kids hoop it up
1:51 p.m., 200 block Avenue A:
Caller reports a man behaving
suspiciously in a bank parking
lot. Police contact the man who
says he accidentally locked
himself out of his own car.
6:15 a.m., 400 block 1st Ave-
nue: Police respond to a call
about a suspicious man. The
man said he was not sleeping
in the area, but just trying to
stay out of the rain.
1:18 p.m., Rite Aid: Caller
reports children unsecured
in a van. Police contact adults
involved and advise them of
1:33 p.m., S. Wahanna: A
person on a hold order left the
hospital without permission.
Police assisted hospital person-
nel returning the person to the
3:03 p.m., Fourth Avenue:
Caller reports child in a car
with windows rolled up. Police
connect with the child who is
old enough to get out of the
car if she wants to.
2:44 p.m., S. Wahanna: Police
respond to a report of a person
running away from the hos-
pital. Police search surround-
ing area including trails and
around the school but are
unable to locate the subject.
6:14 p.m., 1200 block S. Jack-
son: Police respond to a call
about a woman shrieking and
running around in hysterics.
The woman was bitten by
an insect and was panicked.
PHOTOS BY ASHAKI BOELTER/FOR EO MEDIA GROUP
Seaside police offi cers took to the basketball court on “National Night Out.”
EO Media Group
Grace Smith, ﬁ tness and special
events coordinator at Sunset Empire
Parks and Recreation, said there was
some interesting match-ups on the bas-
It was “ a really awesome event we
had here in Seaside called ‘National
Night Out,’ where police ofﬁ cers and
ﬁ remen invite the community out to the
parks for a barbecue and to play games.
“These youth were having a basket-
ball practice and the ofﬁ cers joined them
for a game,” Smith said of the early Au-
“National Night Out was actually
a very fun and learning experience for
me,” said Ashaki Boelter, Sunset Empire
Parks and Recreation youth recreation
“With all of the tension and issues
surrounding citizens and/or racial rela-
tionships with police ofﬁ cers across the
nation, I found myself with a growing
desire to have open conversation with
police ofﬁ cers and to help mend the
overbearing feelings of confusion.
“What this event shows is that, it’s
not the cops … it’s particular individuals
that mistreat citizens and it’s particular
citizens that disrespect cops,” he said.
“Not all officers are criminal and
vice versa. The cops at this event were
more than open to conversation and
serving food to those they protect and
The officers “also agreed to play a
little basketball against a few young
men at Sunset Parks and Recreation
District,” Boelter said. “The cops pulled
up and left a lot of players in fear.
“As a coach who offered the opportu-
nity to bridge the cops with young men
in the community, I advised everyone
on the court that it was … game time!”
At the time, Boelter was coaching a
scrimmage for a future summer tourna-
ment. Three Seaside police officers took
on three players at a time.
“Both cops and players had a lot of
fun,” he said. “For the boys to recog-
nize cops as human beings and police to
recognize the boys as a growing success
of our community, it was something
that parents, the citizens of Seaside, and
the SEPRD surrounding the game were
Afterward , the boys were invited
to come over to the park to finish off
the barbecue, “and boy did they ever,”
The young Seaside ballplayers in-
cluded eighth-graders Conner Davis,
Ben Morris Jr., Elijah Ferguson and
Zander Marincovich, and Seaside High
freshmen-to-be Danny Gonzales, Levi
Card and Riley Ashton.
4:20 p.m., Highway 101: Police
respond to a report of a person
acting strangely but are unable
3:48 p.m., 800 block Avenue I:
Caller reports a person selling
meat door to door. Subject was
located and advised their sale
venture is in violation of city
9:44 p.m., Prom and 8th: Caller
reports someone possibly with
a gun on the Prom. Police are
unable to locate anyone fi tting
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