Tuesday, May 29
Assist public, 10:26 p.m.: A trooper contacted a motorist along Highway 101 between Crook Point and Hooskenanden Slide area who said her two sons and nephew were overdue from surf fishing in the area. The boys’ vehicle was parked in the area and unoccupied. The trooper contacted Curry County Search and Rescue. At 11:25 p.m. the boys returned safely to their car. They told authorities that they were fishing from a rock and the tide came in and cut off their route to shore.
Wednesday, May 30
Unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, 1:11 p.m.: Shortly after being notified of a stolen vehicle north of Port Orford, the car drove past a trooper, who stopped the car and arrested the 27-year-old driver for felony warrants, including one charging unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. Methamphetamine and a meth pipe were found in the car. She was lodged in the Curry County Jail for the warrants and drug charges.
Saturday, June 2
Hazard, 6:50 p.m.: A trooper removed a garbage can from Highway 101 south of Benham Lane.
Hazard, 10:45 p.m.: A trooper investigated the report of an intoxicated man walking northbound in the southbound lanes of Highway 101 south of the Chetco River bridge. The man was nearly struck by a motorist.
Field interview, 11:05 p.m.: A trooper and a security guard contacted a highly intoxicated man at South Coast Center and told to leave the area. He returned and was arrested for trespassing. Police believe this was the same man who was walking in the middle of the road.
Tuesday, June 5
Injury traffic crash, 7:45 a.m.: A 23-year-old Crescent City woman was southbound on Highway 101 near the base of Cape Sebastian Hill approaching Myers Creek when she lost control of her vehicle because of a slick substance on the roadway. Her vehicle spun out of control striking and damaging a highway marker before hitting the embankment on the west side of the highway. She reported neck pain but refused medical assistance at the scene.
Wednesday, June 6
Assist outside agency, 9:48 p.m.: At about 9:35 p.m., a 33-year-old man entered a residence in the 16300 block of Grootendorst Lane without permission, struck the resident multiple times, took her laptop by force and then damaged the door to her vehicle as she was trying to flee the area. The man was contacted by a Curry County sheriff’s deputy near the residence, but fled on foot despite commands for him to stop. At about 9:48, a trooper saw the man walking on the roadway in a nearby mobile home park and directed him to stop; he began running into the woods. The trooper caught the man in the woods and ordered him to put his hands behind his back. The man resisted, but the trooper was able to secure his hands in cuffs. A deputy and another trooper arrived on scene and the man continued to resist being taken into custody and also attempted to trip the deputy on several occasions walking him back to the patrol car. The man was transported to Curry County Jail and continued to be uncooperative when booking. He was charged with first-degree burglary, third-degree robbery, harassment, first-degree criminal mischief, interfering with a police officer and resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.