1:25 a.m., Hemlock and Sunset: A visitor to the community in need of a lift is given a courtesy ride home.
7:08 p.m., Haystack bus stop: A rowdy, possibly intoxicated group of young males waiting for bus to Tillamook are warned to keep the noise down.
9:59 p.m., Police headquarters: Police are notified someone lost their phone and their glasses in the surf.
2:20 p.m., Second Street restrooms: A child’s prescription sunglasses are reported found.
12:42 a.m., Cannon Beach Welcome sign: Campers are told to move on.
12:22 a.m., Seaside Providence Hospital: Cannon Beach police assist Oregon State Police with a DUII to wait on a check of the subject’s blood alcohol.
1:22 a.m., Avenue G and Downing: Cannon Beach police assist Seaside police on scene.
3:16 a.m., 3000 block S. Hemlock: Police respond to a verbal dispute in a hotel room.
3:11 p.m., Indian Beach: A five year old child who fell on rocks is transported by Medix to Seaside Providence Hospital.
1:41 p.m., Second Street: A vehicle is tagged as abandoned.
10:30 a.m. 300 block N. Chinook: Police conduct a welfare check on an individual reported to possibly need assistance; the subject says they are fine. No further action taken.
3:23 p.m., Hemlock and Adams: Police respond to a report of a dog left to bark inside a rental house. When they arrived, no one was home, including the dog.
Three instances of overnight camping are reported.
9:24 p.m. Gower: Dog reported on Highway 101. Dog is taken to kennel and shortly after reunited with its owner.
Two instances of overnight camping are reported.
11:45 a.m., 200 block Sitka: Police respond to a report of trees being cut, resulting in a code violation.
1:49 p.m., N. Hemlock: An intoxicated female who became uncooperative while talking to police was given a courtesy ride home in a patrol car.
1:07 p.m., Tolovana Park: Police respond to a report of dead bunnies by a resident. Check by police reports no dead bunnies in the specified area, but lots of live ones.
3:55 p.m., Tolovana Park: Following up on the report of dead rabbits, rabbits are taken to a veterinarian to determine cause of death. The autopsy report is inconclusive although poisoning is ruled out.
One incident of overnight camping is reported.
2:29 p.m., E. Harrison: A German shepherd reported wandering on its own is reunited with its owner.