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2A • December 22, 2017 • Seaside Signal • seasidesignal.com
Two plead not guilty in
connection to robbery
By Jack Heffernan
EO Media Group
Two Seaside residents
have pleaded not guilty
in connection with a rob-
bery and shooting at the
Beachside Inn in November.
Shaun Scarborough, 28,
is facing charges of first-de-
gree assault, second-degree
assault, first-degree robbery,
first-degree burglary and fel-
on in possession of a firearm.
Marta Alicia Garfias, 21,
is facing the same charges
victed of multiple
except for felon
drug and assault
in possession of a
charges in 2007. He
pleaded no contest
The two al-
legedly shot a
in October to felon
in possession of a
staying in a room
firearm after a June
at the hotel near
standoff with Sea-
side police. Scar-
the intersection of
borough agreed to
Fifth Avenue and
serve probation in
N. Downing Street
his plea deal with
at about 2 a.m.
Nov. 12. The man was taken the district attorney’s office,
to a Portland-based hospital but the deal stipulated he
where he was treated for his would serve more than 3 1/2
years in prison if he violated
Scarborough and Garfias it.
Both Scarborough and
were arrested in La Mesa,
California, one week after Garfias face at least 20 years
the shooting. They were in prison if convicted on all
recently transferred to the charges. They are scheduled
for early resolution confer-
Clatsop County Jail.
Scarborough was con- ences in January.
COURTESY SEASIDE FIRE AND RESCUE
Firefighter Doug Roberts.
Doug Roberts makes Firefighter 1
The Seaside Fire Depart-
ment announced the advance-
ment of Doug Roberts to the
rank of Firefighter 1.
Roberts joined Seaside
Fire and Rescue in 2015 af-
ter retiring and moving to
Seaside and wanting to in his
words “look for something
fun that would give back to
his new community,” the de-
In addition to his firefight-
er certification he is a licensed
emergency medical respond-
Through Jan. 1, the Sea-
side Police Department, along
with other Clatsop County law
enforcement agencies, will be
participating in the driving un-
der the influence of intoxicants,
high visibility enforcement
grant from Oregon Impact.
As Seaside Police partici-
pate in this event, the depart-
ment will have extra officers
patrolling the roadways, spe-
cifically looking for impaired
drivers. It is important to re-
member impairment is not
limited to the consumption of
alcohol. Impairment can come
from marijuana, illegal drugs
or certain prescription medica-
Police ask if you see anyone
who you suspect may be oper-
ating a motor vehicle impaired,
Friday, Dec. 1
8:06 a.m., Police HQ: A person
comes in to report an assault
in the fourth degree.
11:42 a.m., Police HQ: Person
reports a subject who has
been sending suicidal-intent
texts but does not know the
location of the subject. Police
search the subject’s last known
area, but are unable to locate.
5:48 p.m., 300 block S.
Roosevelt: A subject reported
passed out behind a store tells
police they are taking a nap.
Subject is advised to move
6:30 p.m., 1900 block Huck-
leberry: Police intervene in a
10:51 p.m., 1000 block 24th
Avenue: A person is arrested
for being in violation of a
Saturday, Dec. 2
12:09 a.m., First Avenue:
Police check on a woman
reported to be making suicidal
statements. The woman tells
police she has no plans to hurt
1:16 p.m., 800 block 13th
Avenue: A theft in the second
degree is reported.
Sunday, Dec. 3
1:57 p.m., 400 block Avenue K:
Criminal mischief in the fourth
degree is reported.
7:15 p.m., 400 block Holladay
Drive: Caller reports a loud thud,
“like someone falling into a flow-
er box,” coming from the hotel
next door. Police responding
find nothing unusual.
Monday, Dec. 4
8:52 p.m., 200 block S. Holladay
Drive: A person is put on mental
hold by a police officer.
9:54 p.m., The Cove: Police put a
mental hold on an individual.
11:58 p.m., Highway 101: An
injured elk was dispatched by
Oregon State Police after being
struck by a car.
Tuesday, Dec. 5
2:36 a.m., 800 block S. Roos-
evelt: A person is arrested on a
4:43 a.m., 500 block S. Edge-
wood: An intoxicated man
reported knocking on doors and
making comments of a sexual
nature was unable to be located.
4:10 p.m., 800 block N. Holla-
day Drive: A person or persons
were arrested and charged
with disorderly conduct, re-
sisting arrest, and interfering
with a police officer.
7:54 p.m., 400 block S. Roos-
evelt: A single unfired round
of ammunition was found by
the entrance to a business.
Police collected the property
and processed it for destruc-
dunes was warned of unlawful
charged with being in violation
of a restraining order.
1:55 a.m., Fifth Avenue: Police
respond to a report of some-
one insistently knocking on a
door. The subject is unable to
3:09 p.m., 1000 block 24th
Avenue: Sexual abuse in the 1st
degree is reported.
8:39 a.m., 12th and Prom: Drug
paraphernalia left as litter is
picked up by the police and
processed for destruction.
7:07 p.m., Avenue A: An intox-
icated man found urinating in
bushes outside a restaurant is
handed over to his more re-
sponsible friend. The friend tells
police he will escort this person
home even though the police
recommend going to detox.
9:04 p.m., Seventh and King:
Information how to obtain a
stalking order was given to a
resident who inquired about
a neighborhood disturbance
involving other parties.
12:58 p.m., S. Downing: A driv-
er stopped for speeding is dis-
covered to have a suspended
license and no insurance. They
are cited for these violations
and their vehicle is towed.
3:45 p.m., Highway 101: A
person is arrested on a warrant
and in possession of heroin.
11:12 a.m., 300 block S.
Roosevelt: Drug debris found
on the floor of a business
is collected and tagged for
destruction by police.
11:27 a.m., Chamber re-
stroom: Caller reports subject
in a bathroom stall with a dog.
Caller says one of them was
making sinister sounds. Police
are unable to locate.
8:27 p.m. 12th and The Prom:
A person sleeping in the
4:02 a.m., 900 block 15th
Street: A runaway is reported.
1:39 p.m., 300 block S. Co-
lumbia: A girl reported by her
mother as a runaway is located
at her stepfather’s home. The
girl is returned to her mother.
4:28 p.m., Seaside police sta-
tion: A person is arrested and
5:32 p.m., 700 block Tenth Ave-
nue: An assault is reported.
3:27 a.m., 1000 block S. Colum-
bia: An intoxicated man whose
girlfriend said he was verbally
abusive and throwing things
around inside the residence was
told by police to be quiet and
go to sleep. The woman was
advised to contact the police if
he continued the behavior.
12:57 p.m., Broadway: Caller re-
ports transient with an aggres-
sive dog. Police make contact
with the subject and say the
dog is not at all aggressive.
2:29 p.m. 700 block Holladay:
Police say a woman who made
superficial cuts to her forearms
and talked about ending her life
was intoxicated. She accused
the police of protecting drug
dealers. Medix arrived on scene
to transport her to Providence
Seaside Hospital for detox and
evaluation. Hospital security
1:51 a.m., 300 block Avenue A:
Caller describes two intoxicated
men jumping a fence near the
post office; caller says one ap-
pears to have hit his head, but
continued running, straight into
a bar. Officers canvassing the
area are unable to locate.
9:53 a.m., 1000 block S. Down-
ing: Theft in the Second Degree
3:06 p.m., 1300 block Second
Avenue: Police conduct a
welfare check on a male subject
reported to be suicidal.
5:13 p.m., 1000 block S. Roos-
evelt: Police check on a youth
lying in the grass by the com-
munity garden. The juvenile
says he is ready to go home.
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