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Police Log published Wednesday, December 19, 2012

 

Friday, Dec. 14, 

Suspicious conditions, 11:22 a.m.: A Seventh Street resident was suspicious of an older man driving a dark-colored vehicle slowly up and down the street. 

Threats, 12:20 a.m.: 16100 block of Highway 101. 

Threats, 1:29 p.m.: 17000 block of Pacific View Drive. 

Intoxicated subject, 1:30 p.m.: 16000 block of Boat Basin Road. 

Saturday, Dec. 15

Probation violation, 1:40 a.m.: Police received a report of a verbal argument in the 600 block of Mechelle Lane. An extremely intoxicated man was passed out in the front yard when officers arrived. The man was taken by ambulance to the hospital. 

Animal complaint, 11:36 a.m.: A dog was barking in the 400 block of Pine Street for more than two hours. The owners were contacted and counseled about their actions. They took the dog inside out of the rain. 

Parking violation, 12:30 p.m.: A 70-ft. tractor trailer was temporarily parked in the center lane while off-loading supplies to local business in the 1000 block of Chetco Avenue. 

Warrant  service, 5:28 p.m.: A 45-year-old man was arrested on a warrant as well as criminal trespassing in the 300 block of Fifth Street. 

Found property, 5:33 p.m.: A cell phone was found in Azalea Park and turned into the police department. Dispatch was able to contact the owner. 

Assault, 6:43 p.m.: A 911 call was received regarding a man with a bleeding head wound in the 300 block of King Street. People at the scene would not cooperate with police as to how it happened. 

Sunday, Dec. 16 

DUII, 12:03 a.m.: Traffic stop resulted in an arrest for DUII in the Brookings Police Department parking lot. 

DUII, 1:40 a.m.: A driving complaint resulted in the arrest of the driver for DUII at Highway 101 and Benham Lane. 

DUII, 2:28 a.m.: A traffic stop resulted in a DUII arrest at Railroad and Center streets.

Unknown problem, 4:47 a.m.: Unknown people were yelling near South Bank Chetco River Road and Highway 101. 

Suspicious conditions, 9:13 a.m.: Suspicious conditions were reported on Fifield Street. 

Lost property, 12:42 p.m.: 400 block of Hillside Drive. 

Suspicious conditions, 12:47 p.m.: A citizen reported a suspicious vehicle parked outside his Pine Street residence for the past two hours, with occupants seeming to be casing the house. An officer made contact. The occupants told the officer they had been eating their lunch inside the truck. 

Assault, 1:57 p.m.: A man reported a road rage incident that resulted in two known men assaulting him near Fleet Street. 

Tree down, 3:33 p.m.: 16800 block of Thompson Road. 

Suspicious conditions, 4:05 p.m.: Transients were acting suspicious in the 1100 block of Ransom Avenue. 

Assist public, 6:46 p.m.: An 18-year-old male hitchhiker from California called 911 asking for someone to come get him because he was cold and hungry. He was given assistance by Outreach Gospel Mission. 

Criminal trespassing, 6:51 p.m.: A resident reported a man would not leave his back yard in the 1100 block of Fifield Street. An officer counseled him about trespassing and illegal camping. 

Tree down, 9:33 p.m.: ODOT was advised of a tree down on Carpenterville Road, approximately 1 mile  north of Duley Creek Road. 

Monday, Dec. 17 

Suspicious conditions, 12:06 a.m.: A citizen reported a light left on inside a building in the 800 block of Elk Drive. An officer found the building to be secure. 

Suspicious conditions, 12:20 a.m.: A man parked his pickup in a residential driveway in the 400 block of Mill Beach Road. He was unknown to the resident and left at officer’s request. 

Prowler, 2:31 a.m.: A prowler at unknown space in Sea Bird RV was reported. 

Fire, 2:59 a.m.: An employee at Pacific Wood Laminates on Railroad Street called to report what he believed to be a structure fire on Railroad Street somewhere between the mill and Bi-Mart. Flames were visible. Brookings and Harbor fire departments responded. An officer located the fire at 211 King Street and was unable to get anyone to come to the door. 

Explosion 4:23 a.m.: A resident from Jerstad Manor reported hearing a loud explosion and seeing flames down on Railroad Street. This was related to the structure fire on King Street.

Fire, 8:50 a.m.: Harbor and Brookings fire units responded to a fire at the South Coast Units in the 15600 block of Highway 101. 

Assist public, 10:39 a.m.: Citizen on Grootendorst Lane reported that a roof had just blown off a building and was on top of a power line. 

Hazard, 10:45 a.m.: River rock was removed from the intersection of Fifth Street and Chetco Avenue by public works. 

Intoxicated subject, 10:52 a.m.: A possible DUII driver was reported on Railroad Street. 

Assist public, 10:58 a.m.: A citizen was provided information to report a scam to the attorney general. 

Animal complaint, 12:42 p.m.: Dogs found in the 1300 block of English Court were returned to their owner. 

Driving complaint, 2:35 p.m.: Officers were unable to locate a possible DUII vehicle reported northbound on Highway 101 from Lucky 7 Casino. 

Intoxicated subject, 4:21 p.m. An intoxicated man was arrested for disorderly conduct at Highway 101 and Cape Ferrelo Road. 

Animal complaint, 3:05 p.m.: A lost dog was reunited with its owner in the 500 block of Chetco Avenue. 

Animal complaint, 5:33 p.m.: a Tan pit bull and a male brindle pit bull mix were reported loose in the 200 block of Cypress Street. 

Explosion, 7:16 p.m.: A Harbor resident reported hearing a loud explosion from the area of Gold Beach Lumber or Harbor RV Park. 

Robbery, 7:56 p.m.:  An attempted robbery was reported at the Conoco Station in Brookings. The suspect was not located in the city, but was later arrested by Bandon Police Department.

 

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