Police blotter: Weapon missing, crashes into a building, crashes | News


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Lincoln City Police

December 18

9:46 a.m. Police received a report of a road accident without injury or blockage in front of the control line in the 2000 block of Highway 101 NE. The agent responded.

4:45 p.m. Police reported that a woman was reporting that her gun was missing from her home in Block 2400 of NE 29th St.

December 19

5:25 pm Police respond to an accident involving two vehicles, non-blocking and uninjured, in the 4000 block of Northeast Highway 101. One of the drivers was cited for reckless driving and without a valid driver’s license.

8:43 PM Police conducted a traffic stop on SE 28th St./Hwy 101. The driver was arrested and taken to the Lincoln City Police Department. The driver was cited and released for impaired driving.

December 20

9:27 PM Police conducted a traffic stop on SE East Devils Lake Road / Hwy 101. The driver was taken into custody and transported to Lincoln City Jail for failing to appear on a County County arrest warrant. Yamhill.

10:48 p.m. Police responded to a business in the 1700 block of NW 44th St. for a report of a man with suicidal thoughts. The man was taken to Samaritan North Lincoln Hospital.

December 21

6:57 AM Police responded to a report of a building injury accident on the 5000 block of SW Hwy 101. Rocks on the highway. Other agencies responded for severe trauma. The driver was cited and released from Samaritan North Lincoln Hospital for reckless driving, possession of a stolen vehicle, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, reckless endangerment of another and driving without insurance.

5:36 p.m. Police learned of a hit and run on NW Hwy 101 / NW 14th St.


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