Police log

Nov. 6

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.

Nov. 7

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.

Nov. 8

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.

Nov. 9

10:14 a.m.. Beach and Tolovana: Two medical vials were brought to the police department containing red fluid and tissue found on beach.

Nov. 10

9:27 a.m., N. Chinook: Police investigate a death.

Nov. 11

Three instances of overnight camping are reported.

11:59 a.m., 300 block S. Hemlock: Police are unable to locate a possible intoxicated driver reported.

Nov. 12

4:55 p.m., 1100 block S. Hemlock: A fugitive is arrested on a warrant.

Nov. 13

9:02 p.m., 4000 block S. Hemlock: Police conduct a welfare check on a husband as requested by a concerned wife. The husband is fine. The wife is advised.

Nov. 14

6:50 p.m., Second Avenue and Highway 101: A traffic hazard is removed from the roadway.

Nov. 15

10:24 p.m., W. Harrison: Police respond to a report of a gas line hit by an excavator; the fire department and NW Natural arrived to cap the pipe.

Nov. 16

11:42 a.m., N. Hemlock: Police assist with a female subject who required hospital transport. Medics arrived to take the woman to Providence Seaside hospital.

5:18 p.m., N. Hemlock: A woman complaining of being short of breath was transported to Providence Seaside hospital by the Cannon Beach fire department.

Nov. 17

10:02 a.m., N. Hemlock: A lost hearing aid was turned in to police.

Nov. 18

1:05 p.m., Sunset Beach: A surfer who sustained a serious gash to his head from the fin of a surfboard was transported to Providence Seaside hospital.

Nov. 19

8:07 a.m., Highway 101, Milepost 29.5: A deer reported still alive after being struck by a vehicle was humanely dispatched by a police officer.

Nov. 20

8:40 p.m., Elk Creek Road: A dog reported roaming the RV resort was unable to be located.

Nov. 21

1:00 p.m., Elk Creek Road: A person whose gas card was declined when he attempted to get gas said he would return immediately with the money but did not. Police located the individual who said they would pay that day.

Nov. 22

8:03 p.m., W. Siuslaw: A civil matter over a cab payment was settled by police presence.

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