Police Log June 29, 2013

By The Curry Coastal Pilot June 28, 2013 06:23 pm

Tuesday, June 25 

Hazard, 7:34 a.m.: Winchuck River Road. 

Suspicious conditions, 8:54 a.m.: Cape Ferrelo Road. 

Found property, 10:05 a.m.: A driver license found in the 700 block of Chetco Avenue was returned to the DMV office. 

Suspicious conditions, 11:14 a.m.: 300 block of Fifth Street. 

Theft, 11:36 a.m.: A theft from a vehicle in the 500 block of Chetco Avenue was not as reported.

Shots fired, 5:43 p.m.: Two different callers reported what they perceived to be shots fired in the area of Ransom Avenue and Third Street. 

Suspicious conditions, 9:12 p.m.: A citizen reported potential criminal mischief at Azalea Middle School because there were some boys hanging out near the front doors of the school. Officers contacted two brothers who were just taking shelter from the rain on their way home.

Wednesday, June 26

Theft, 7:41 a.m.: A caller witnessed a subject grab a gas can and leave a residence in the 97900 block of Toner Lane. 

Vehicle impounded, 2:37 p.m.: An officer checked on a disabled vehicle that was blocking a turn lane at North Bank Chetco River Road and Highway 101. No occupants of the vehicle were valid drivers. The vehicle was impounded. 

Criminal trespass, 5:09 p.m.: Employees of a business in the 300 block of Fifth Street called about a transient who had previously been ordered to leave because he was harassing customers as they exited the building and knocking on vehicle windows as customers sat in their cars. 

Field information, 5:40 p.m.: Two juvenile females at Fern Avenue and Elk Drive were warned for being on their scooters without helmets. 

Bike/skateboard complaint, 7:34 p.m.: An officer spoke with a citizen’s children in the 800 block of Limbaugh Way about the importance of wearing safety gear while riding bikes and skateboards. Earlier, the child had fallen and cut his head a little because he refused to wear his safety gear. 

Animal complaint, 11:30 p.m.: A brown and white pitbull with cropped ears was found in the area of Floral Hill Drive.

Thursday, June 27

Rescue operation, 8:20 a.m.: Police officers helped Coast Guard personnel locate a boat in distress.

Animal complaint, 9:57 a.m.: A deceased whale was reported at Chetco Point. State Parks was notified.

Driving complaint, 10:32 a.m.: 200 block of Cedar Street.

Juvenile problem, 10:58 a.m.: Hassett Street and Midland Way.

Hit and run, 11:08 a.m.: A vehicle had significant damage after a hit and run accident in the 500 block of Chetco Avenue.

Juvenile problem, 1:03 p.m.: A caller reported a group of children throwing rocks into trees in Azalea Park, possibly trying to hit animals. An officer responded but was unable to locate any juveniles matching the descriptions.

Found property, 1:10 p.m.: A citizen found a debit card at the post office and turned it in to police. The owner was contacted and it was returned.

Panhandling, 3:53 p.m.: Two people at the entrance to Fred Meyer were warned for panhandling.

Non-injury accident, 4:25 p.m.: Two vehicles collided and blocked lanes at Highway 101 and Hoffeldt Lane.

Threats, 6:04 p.m.: A caller on Donalds Road reported a man showed up on his property wanting to fight the caller and his brother.

DUII, 6:13 p.m.: A domestic dispute in the 600 block of Fifth Street resulted in a DUII arrest after the male resident drove away in his vehicle while intoxicated.

Non-injury accident, 6:55 p.m.: A single vehicle accident was reported in the 300 block of Fifth Street.

Water problem, 7:13 p.m.: Mountain Drive.

Loud noise, 7:17 p.m.: 500 block of Redwood Street.

Disorderly conduct, 7:34 p.m.: A man was arrested for disorderly conduct in the 500 block of Pine Street after he was warned three hours earlier.

Dispute/fight, 8:49 p.m.: 16200 block of Highway 101.

Unknown problem, 10:31 p.m.: A citizen in the 500 block of Railroad Street called to report a group of people standing outside an apartment complex possibly drinking and smoking. The caller also said the group was being quiet  and seemed to be making an effort to do so. After being unable to determine the issue the caller wanted to report, an officer checked the area. The officer found a group, but did not observe any crimes.