|Police Log published Saturday, Dec. 1, 2012|
|Written by The Curry Coastal Pilot|
|November 30, 2012 10:15 pm|
Tuesday, Nov. 27
Driving while suspended, 2:30 a.m.: An officer stopped a car for speeding at Highway 101 at Harris Beach and spotted an open container of beer in middle console. The beer was poured out by officer at scene and the driver warned.
Fight, 10:11 a.m.: A dispute was reported in the 99200 block of Winchuck River Road.
Injury vehicle accident, 1:24 p.m.: A vehicle ran into a retaining wall on West Benham Lane.
Forgery/fraud/bad check, 1:30 p.m.: Police received a report of a parent’s signature forged on a check.
Disorderly conduct, 2:29 p.m.: A disorderly person was reported at Southwestern Oregon Community College.
Non-injury vehicle accident, 2:40 p.m.: A car hit a telephone pole on Oceanview Drive.
Harassment, 3:14 p.m.: Harassment was reported in the 700 block of Chetco Avenue. Neither party wanted to pursue legal action.
Theft, 4:01 p.m.: A student’s cell phone was stolen at Chetco Community Public Library.
Theft, 5:49 p.m.: Purple Schwinn bicycle with rusty chain was stolen in the 600 block of Memory Lane.
Ambulance/Lift assist, 6:05 p.m.: A dispute in the 16300 block of Highway 101 ended with an injured female being transported by ambulance. The male half was later arrested.
Loud noise, 7:48 p.m.: City units advised residents having a party in the 800 block of Limbaugh Way of a noise complaint.
DUII, 10:34 p.m.: The report of an intoxicated driver turned into a DUII arrest at Ransom Avenue and Highway 101.
Wednesday, Nov. 28
Criminal mischief, 11:12 a.m.: Damage to Nature’s Coastal Holiday light show in Azalea Park was reported.
Hit and run, 11:18 p.m.: A caller reported damage to the rear of his vehicle. It was unknown where it happened.
Non-injury vehicle accident, 11:52 a.m.: A vehicle ran into the mailboxes at Post office. No damage was seen to the property.
Driving complaint, 11:54 a.m.: A caller reported a vehicle failed to maintain lane and passing unsafely on Highway 101 southbound.
Threats, 2:24 p.m.: A person made threats to cause damage to business in the 300 block of Fifth Street.
Warrant service, 4 p.m.: A man in the 200 block of Matot Street was arrested on a warrant and lodged in the county jail.
Non-injury vehicle accident, 6:03 p.m.: A citizen witnessed a hit and run accident in the16000 block of Boat Basin Road.
Suspicious conditions, 7:54 p.m.: A suspicious subject knocked on her door claiming to be from a local church. All lights were out at the residence in the 900 block of Hidden Court. Personal contact was made with a person. A local church group had been playing games, unaware they were bothering anyone. They agreed not to knock on any more doors.
Suspicious conditions, 8:46 p.m.: The pastor of a church in the 100 block of Park Avenue said he believes he saw someone in the building walking up the stairs. Police found no one.
Fight, 9:44 p.m.: A person reported he was jumped by a man with a knife in the16300 block of Highway 101.
Suspicious conditions, 11:47 p.m.: 97900 block of Hall Way.
Thursday, Nov. 29
Loud noise, 2:29 a.m.: A caller in the 1300 block of Homestead Road complained of loud noise and music coming from a neighbor’s party.
Hazard, 5:27 a.m.: Potential flooding problems were reported in the 300 block of Fifth Street.
Found property, 2:15 p.m.: 800 block of Railroad Street.
Suspicious conditions, 5:45 p.m.: Chetco Avenue and Alder Street.
Non-injury traffic crash, 5:51 p.m.: 300 block of Fifth Street.
Injury traffic crash, 6:12 p.m.: Highway 101 and Floral Drive.
Disorderly conduct, 6:31 p.m.: Two men were reported breaking bottles in the 500 block of Fifth Street. the men were contacted and they cleaned up their mess.
Possession of drugs, 10:17 p.m.: A traffic stop at Chetco Avenue resulted in two being arrested for possession of narcotics.
Suspicious conditions, 11:55 p.m. A caller in the 600 block of Easy Manor Drive advised that a car alarm had gone off three times in the past hour. No damage was reported and the doors were locked. Nothing suspicious was found.