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Police Log March 26, 2014

Friday, March 21 

Non-injury vehicle accident, 10:15 a.m.: Slight damage done to two mailboxes by a vehicle that backed into them. Responsible party reported same, and the mailbox owners were notified; 800 block of Pioneer Road. 

Suspicious conditions, 12:32 p.m.: 500 block of Hemlock Street. 

Non-injury vehicle accident, 12:50 p.m.: The side mirror of vehicle was knocked off by passing motorhome at Chetco Avenue and Oak Street. 

Suspicious conditions, 2:38 p.m.: 300 block of Oak Street. 

Intoxicated subject, 4:10 p.m.: Mill Beach. 

Bike/skateboard complaint: Several juveniles at Pacific and Chetco avenues were given a verbal warning to wear helmets when riding and to obey traffic laws. 


Brookings police made 15 traffic stops, resulting in eight citations. 

Saturday, March 22 

Harassment, 11:20 a.m.: 500 block of Pacific Avenue. 

Suspicious conditions, 1:27 p.m.: 900 block of Midland Avenue. 

Suspicious conditions, 3:10 p.m.: 400 block of Fir Street. 

Field interview, 8:34 p.m.: An officer contacted juveniles who appeared to be looking into a vehicle parked near a business in the 500 block of Oak Street. They were just playing hide and seek with friends nearby. 

DUII, 9:38 p.m.: A two-vehicle traffic crash in the Fred Meyer parking lot resulted in a road-rage incident. One driver fled from the scene on foot and was located by officers. He was cited for DUII and released to a sober adult. 

Littering, 9:44 p.m.: A man walking with a woman was verbally warned for offensive littering after urinating in some bushes along Railroad Street. 

Criminal trespass, 11:50 p.m.: An officer attempted a discussion with a young man in pajama pants and an overcoat riding a skateboard, but the man fled on foot and attempted to elude officers. They located him and arrested him for disorderly conduct and criminal trespass. 


Brookings police made 18 traffic stops, resulting in two citations. 

Sunday, March 23 

Hazard, 11:18 a.m.: Parkview Drive and Chetco Avenue. 

Fire, 6:48 p.m.: The report of a fire on North Bank Chetco River Road was a controlled burn that was being maintained. 

Harassment, 6:58 p.m.: 16600 block of Foster Road. 

Suspicious conditions, 7:22 p.m.: 6900 block of Oakwood Court. 

Suspicious conditions, 7:17 p.m.: 900 block of Midland Way. 

Fire, 9:19 p.m.: The report of a possible fire with flames and smoke showing on Hassett Street near Timberline Drive was a legal fire pit in a backyard that was being watched.

Intoxicated subject, 10:04 p.m.: Port of Brookings Harbor. 

Suspicious conditions, 10:23 p.m.: The report of a possible propane leak in the 97700 block of North Bank Chetco River Road was unfounded. 


Brookings police made 15 traffic stops, resulting in two citations. 

Monday, March 24 

Suspicious conditions, 3:22 a.m.: 200 block of Wharf Street. 

Intoxicated subject, 10:20 a.m.: Police responded to a report of an intoxicated man in a store in the 700 block of Chetco Avenue. Officers spoke with him and advised him that he was no longer allowed on the property. 

Unauthorized use of a vehicle, 10:49 am.: Brookings. 

Non-injury vehicle accident, 1:36 p.m.: A single vehicle traffic accident 5 miles up North Bank Chetco River Road resulted in a man being transported to Curry County Jail for DUII. 

Disorderly conduct, 1:55 p.m.: Police invested a report of a woman stopping cars and asking for money at Chetco Avenue and Willow Street. She was gone when an officer arrived. 

Suspicious conditions, 2:17 p.m.: Pacific and Chetco avenues. 

Dispute/fight, 2:23 p.m.: 500 block of Fir Street.


Brookings police made nine traffic stops, resulting in three citations.


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