Combined Police Logs: July 26-Aug. 9
Columbia County Warrants
Ryan James Beickel
Ryan James Beickel, 26, is a male with brown hair and brown eyes. He is 6 feet, 2 inches tall and weighs 220 pounds.
Beickel is on probation for public indecency.
Anyone with information about Beickel is asked to call his Columbia County probation officer Ken Border, 503-366-4667.
Shawn Leroy Crane
Shawn Leroy Crane, 49, is a male with brown hair and hazel eyes. He is 5 feet, 7 inches tall and weighs 145 pounds.
Crane is on probation for possession of methamphetamine, assault IV and two counts contempt of court.
Anyone with information about Crane is asked to call his Columbia County probation officer Ryan Scholl, 503-366-4659.
Kenneth Wayne Hyde
Kenneth Wayne Hyde, 41, is a male with brown hair and brown eyes. He is 6 feet, 3 inches tall and weighs 220 pounds.
Hyde is on probation for coercion and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.
Anyone with information about Hyde is asked to call his Columbia County probation officer Megan Bubar, 503-366-4675.
Shane Race McNutt
Shane Race McNutt, 44, is a male with brown hair and brown eyes. He is 6 feet, 1 inch tall and weighs 270 pounds.
McNutt is on probation for attempted burglary.
Anyone with information about McNutt is asked to call his Columbia County probation officer Megan Bubar, 503-366-4675.
St. Helens Police Department
Sunday, July 26
Officers responded to a report of a 2009 Buell motorcycle that was stolen from a residence in the 59000 block of Barr Avenue.
A 24-year-old man was arrested on two outstanding warrants on North 15th Street near St. Helens Street.
Monday, July 27
A 33-year-old woman was arrested for felon in possession of a restricted weapon and possession of methamphetamine and a 40-year-old man was arrested on an outstanding felony warrant after officers observed a suspicious vehicle at the Columbia County Rider Transit Center, 1155 Deer Island Road.
Tuesday, July 28
Officers responded to a report of a stolen vehicle and shed that was broken into at a residence on South 21st Street.
Wednesday, July 29
Officers seized heroin and methamphetamine during a traffic stop in the 300 block of South Columbia River Highway.
Officers responded to a report of a restraining order violation at Walmart, 2295 Gable Road.
Friday, July 31
A 34-year-old man was arrested on an outstanding warrant following a traffic stop on South Columbia River Highway near Gable Road.
Scappoose Police Department
Saturday, Aug. 1
Officers responded to a report of stolen vehicle in the 34000 block of North Honeyman Road. Following an investigation, the vehicle was returned to the owner and the case was closed.
Sunday, Aug. 2
Officers responded to a report of a stolen vehicle in the 52000 block of Northeast 1st Street. The case is under investigation.
Officers responded to a report of a shoplifter at Fred Meyer, 51501 Columbia River Highway. Following an investigation, a 35-year-old St. Helens man was arrested for theft and possession of methamphetamine.
Officers responded to a disturbance in the 33000 block of Southwest Meadowbrook Drive. Following an investigation, a 19-year-old Scappoose woman was cited for possession of marijuana.
Wednesday, Aug. 5
Officers took a report of a residence that was broken into in the 33000 block of Southeast Rolling Hills Drive. The homeowner stated nothing was stolen.
Saturday, Aug. 8
Officers responded to a disturbance in the 52000 block of Southeast Tussing Way. It was determined a subject at the location was intoxicated. Following an investigation, a 56-year-old Scappoose man was arrested for probation violation.
Sunday Aug. 9
Officers made contact with a subject in the 33000 block of Southwest Havlik Drive. Following an investigation, a 46-year-old Seaside man was arrested for possession of methamphetamine.
Oregon State Police
Sunday, Aug. 8
Troopers took a report from a St. Helens man stating he had a bicycle and fishing equipment stolen from the bed of his truck while parked at the entrance to Trestle Beach on Highway 30 near milepost 32 in Columbia City. The case is under investigation.
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