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Police log published Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2009 Print E-mail
Written by The Curry Coastal Pilot   
October 28, 2009 09:30 am

Thursday, Oct. 22

Fight, 11:03 a.m.: 300 block Matot Street

Violation restraining order, 11:44 a.m.: 200 block Del Norte Lane.

Suspicious conditions, 12:05 p.m.: 1000 block Fifield Street.

Traffic crash, no injury, 12:13 p.m.: 300 block Fifth Street.

Lost property, 12:22 p.m.: 95700 block Dotson Lane.

Traffic crash, no injury, 12:46 p.m.: 800 block Kevin Place.

Loud noise, 7:25 p.m.: 200 block Del Norte Lane.

Elderly abuse, 12:10 a.m.: 1300 block Hampton Road.

Suspicious conditions, 11:16 a.m.: 1/2 mile up North Bank Chetco River Road, near Thompson.

Lost property, 12:56 p.m.: 500 block Fir Street.

Friday, Oct. 3

Suspicious conditions, 1:56 p.m.: 600 block Hemlock Street.

Violation of city ordinance, 4:35 p.m.: 600 block 5 Pioneer Road. 

Runaway, 6:31 p.m.: 1300 block Chetco Avenue.

Suspicious conditions, 7:43 p.m.: 400 block Fir Street.

Saturday, Oct. 24

Suspicious conditions, 1:20 p.m.: 1100 block Chetco Avenue.

Criminal mischief, 8:33 a.m.:  Someone drew a comic skull and cross bones on the outside wall in chalk. 400 block Hillside Avenue.

Juvenile problem, 2:18 p.m.: 1100 block Ransom Avenue.

Suspicious conditions, 4:42 p.m.: Report of two men getting out of a pickup truck with rifles. Suspect they were poaching deer. North Bank Chetco River Road.

Missing person, 7:23 p.m.: A group of campers reported they hadn’t seen or heard from one of their party in some time. A general attempt to locate was put out in both Curry and Del Norte Counties.

Loud noise, 8:20 p.m.: A man reported hearing an explosion. No source was found.

Curfew violation, 11:32 p.m.: 600 block Railroad Street.

Sunday, Oct. 25

Curfew violation, 12:15 a.m.: 600 block Fifth Street.

Violation of city ordinance, 12:33 a.m.: In the day use only area of Azalea Park.

Suspicious conditions, 12:47 a.m.: Brookings-Harbor High School Track.

Criminal trespass, 4:54 a.m.: Lady reported  a woman she didn’t know, just walked into her house through the unlocked front door. Police gave the intruder, who was high intoxicated, a ride to her home.

Suspicious conditions, 6:25 a.m.: Man reported people walking around a trailer park. He was worried they might be breaking into cars. Site unknown.

Dispute, 3:07 p.m.: A verbal disagreement between neighbors over one party’s children’s conduct. Heron Ridge.

Fight, 3:30 p.m.: 98100 block Olsen Lane.

Illegal camping, 5:48 p.m.: Man reported people camping on the beach, which is under Coos Forest jurisdiction and is not illegal. Macklyn Cove.

Assault, 10:37 p.m.: A 31-year-old Brookings man was arrested for domestic violence. 400 block Redwood Street.

Monday, Oct. 26

Criminal mischief, 3:30 p.m.: Once again someone moved the construction cones so they blocked off the northbound lanes of Chetco Avenue. Chetco Avenue/Constitution Way.

Theft, 10:35 a.m.: A man shoplifted a hoodie sweatshirt and drove off in a white sedan. 600 block Railroad Avenue.

Traffic crash, no injury, 10:59 a.m.: 500 block Fifth Street.

Theft, 12:33 p.m.: 500 block Pacific Avenue.

Traffic crash, no injury, 100 block Benham Lane.

Fight, 2:43 p.m.: Hemlock Street.

Burglary, 2:54 p.m.: Storage shed break-in. 200 block King Street.

Tuesday, Oct. 27

Suspicious conditions, 12:12 a.m.: Lady reported a vehicle pulled into her driveway, then backed out again. 800 block Old county Road.

Intoxicated subject, 2:54 a.m.: 300 block Chetco Avenue.

Criminal mischief, 9:05 a.m.: 500 block Chetco Avenue.

Found property, 10:01 a.m.: cell phone found, 800 block Chetco Avenue.

Forgery/fraud/bad check, 10:21 a.m.: 1000 block Chetco Avenue.

 

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