Ten incidents of overnight camping are reported.
Two incidents of overnight camping are reported
1:05 p.m., Second Street parking lot: Police respond to a report of a dog locked in a vehicle with no ventilation. The temperature was 98.7 degrees. The owner was contacted by phone; he arrived to get the dog out of the vehicle. The dog was fine and was given water. The owner said he would not let that happen again.
Three incidents of overnight camping are reported.
9:46 p.m., 400 block Fir Street: A juvenile female is reported picking up bunnies and continued to do so after being warned by hotel management. Witness’s and the parents of the children were told the rabbits must be left alone. The group was asked to leave the property in the morning or be charged with trespass.
Seven incidents of overnight camping are reported.
Eleven incidents of overnight camping are reported.
12:14 p.m., Les Shirley Park: A transient male reported as suspicious told police another man has his dog and his truck in Seaside. He declined help locating them.
Two incidents of overnight camping are reported.
1:28 p.m., Braillier Street: A verbal dispute among adult siblings over the care of their elderly mother is resolved when all parties agree to separate and leave each other alone.
Eight incidents of overnight camping are reported.
12:32 a.m., Hug Point: An intoxicated male argued with a woman who ultimately agreed to drive him home.
8:50 a.m., Breakers Point: A runaway girl was part of a group reprimanded for having tents on the beach; her father was contacted; he told police he was releasing her to the custody of her male companions rather than coming to get her. All subjects were advised to pack up and return home to Hood River.
Six incidents of overnight camping are reported.
1:12 p.m., Nordmark Drive: Police respond to a report of a male chasing a female with a metal pole. The Clatsop County Sheriff’s Department arrested the male; the female was arrested on a warrant.
9:14 p.m., W. Gower: Police respond to a report of a fight at a wedding. One party left and went to a motel in Seaside. No one was assaulted.
2:10 a.m., N. Holladay Drive: Police assist Seaside police with a reported disturbance that turned out to be a game party.