SHERIFF’S OFFICE WEEK IN REVIEW – MARCH 19-25, 2012
The following are
weekly reports from the Clatsop County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Division,
Parole and Probation Division and Corrections Division.
The Criminal Division
of the Sheriff’s Office had 163 calls for service for the period of March 19
through March 25. They include five alarms, one assault, eight agency assists,
five disturbances, five animal/dog related complaints, one missing person case,
four motor vehicle accidents, four property crimes, one sexual assault
complaint, 33 traffic stops, two traffic citations, one unauthorized use of a
motor vehicle complaint, 21 warrant arrests, and 41 civil service documents
received, of which 34 were served by deputies. Crimes of note are as
· On March 19, a
citizen residing on Svensen Market Road reported a telephone scam where the
callers were attempting to obtain personal and banking information to facilitate
identity theft. The callers were unsuccessful in doing so.
· On March 19,
personnel investigated a road rage incident reported to have occurred on Highway
30 in the Knappa area.
· On March 19 and 20,
deputies investigated an ongoing dispute between neighbors on Young’s River
Road; the case is being forwarded to the District Attorney’s Office for review
and consideration of criminal charges.
· On March 20, at 90580
Sunset Beach Lane #1 a 17-year-old female from rural Warrenton was arrested on a
Juvenile Court warrant and lodged at the Young’s Bay Juvenile Detention
· On March 20, at 33242
Sunset Beach Lane #11A, Jacalyn Clark, 26, from rural Warrenton was arrested on
a Clatsop County felony warrant and lodged at the Clatsop County Jail where she
remains in custody.
· On March 21, Benjamin
Sieben, 27, from Astoria was arrested for Assault II and Driving Under the
Influence of Intoxicants following a disturbance at 92851 Pearson Road. Sieben
was lodged at the Clatsop County Jail where he remains in custody.
· On March 25, Daniel
Hughes, 24, from Westport was arrested on charges of Menacing and Criminal
Mischief following a disturbance at 47307 Fire Station Alley Road. Hughes was
lodged at the Clatsop County Jail where he remains in custody.
Division reports that from March 19 through March 25, 15 people were released
early from the Clatsop County Jail. Of those 15 inmates released early, six were
forced Matrix released for the following alleged crimes: Burglary I,
Interfering with Making a Police Report, Harassment, Probation
Violation-Possession of a Controlled Substance, Contempt of Court, Possession of
a Controlled Substance 2, Assault 4, Criminal Trespass 1, Possession of a
Controlled Substance-Heroin, Possession of a Controlled Substance-Meth, Assault
4, Possession of Controlled Substance-Heroin, Delivery of a Controlled
Substance, Out of County Contempt of Court, Probation Violation-Aggravated Theft
The other nine
released inmates were released prior to the end of their court-ordered sentence.
Their crimes were Violation of Post-Prison Supervision-Possession of a
Controlled Substance-Meth, Assault 4, Violation of Post-Prison Supervision-
Possession of a Controlled Substance, Violation of Post-Prison
Supervision-Assault 4 Domestic Violence-Felony, Probation Violation-Failure to
Appear, Theft I, DUII, Probation Violation-Escape III, Probation Violation-DUII,
and Driving While License Suspended
The early releases
resulted in a total of 80 days not served in jail for sentenced
Released by: Tom Bennett
Community Relations Coordinator