Columbia County Police Logs: Aug. 29-Sept. 5, 2020
Oregon State Police
Tuesday, Sept. 1
• Troopers responded to a car break-in near the Sauvie Island Post Office. A woman reported a vehicle's window was smashed and contents of the vehicle were gone through. The case is under investigation.
• Troopers responded to a car break-in at Willow Bar Beach on Northwest Reeder Road on Sauvie Island. A woman reported a vehicle's window was broken and multiple items stolen from inside the vehicle. The case is under investigation.
• Troopers responded to a car break-in at Willow Bar Beach. A woman reported a purse and lunch bag were stolen from inside the vehicle. The case is under investigation.
Wednesday, Sept. 2
• Troopers responded to a motor vehicle accident involving a deer on Highway 30 near Havlik Drive in Scappoose. A woman was traveling westbound when her vehicle hit a deer that had entered the roadway. There were no injuries and the vehicle was driven away from the scene.
Thursday, Sept. 3
• Troopers assisted the Scappoose Police Department with a drug investigation involving a vehicle in the parking lot of Scappoose Cinema, 33520 S.W. Edward Lane. A 29-year-old Scappoose man was arrested for driving under the influence of intoxicants and possession of controlled substances and passenger in the vehicle, a 26-year-old woman, was cited and released for possession of controlled substances.
Friday, Sept. 4
• Troopers contacted a man in a suspicious vehicle parked at Pacific Pride, 845 Columbia River Highway in St. Helens. Following a search of the vehicle, methamphetamine and a pipe was discovered. The driver, a 42-year-old man from St. Helens, was arrested on an outstanding Newport municipal warrant, driving under the influence of intoxicants and possession of methamphetamine.
• Troopers responded to multiple reports of a man with no shirt or shoes staggering into the roadway on Highway 30 near Church Road in Warren. With assistance from the St. Helens Police Department, the male was removed from the highway and detained. Following an investigation, a 51-year-old St. Helens man was cited and released for disorderly conduct.
Saturday, Sept. 5
• Troopers responded to a traffic complaint involving a motorist that crashed into a tree and continued driving on West Lane Road in Scappoose. The vehicle was located at the Scappoose Creek Inn, 53758 W. Lane Road. Following an investigation, a 35-year-old Scappoose woman was arrested driving under the influence of intoxicants, reckless endangering another person and reckless driving. A 5-year-old boy in the vehicle was given over to a family member.
Saturday, Aug. 29
• Officers responded to a domestic disturbance in the 52000 block of Southeast Sauer Court. After separating all parties and following an investigation, a 38-year-old Scappoose man was arrested for disorderly conduct.
Sunday, Aug. 30
• Officers responded to a report of theft that occurred during the night in the 33000 block of Southeast Rolling Hills. The resident stated their vehicle was entered but was unsure if anything was taken.
Monday, Aug. 31
• Officers responded to a domestic disturbance in the 52000 block of Northwest First Street. Following an investigation, a female juvenile was taken into custody for assault IV and harassment. She was transported to the Cowlitz County Juvenile Detention Center in Longview, Washington.
Wednesday, Sept. 2
• Officers conducted a traffic stop on Southwest Sequoia Street near Fourth Street. The driver, a 29-year-old Aloha woman, was cited for failure to obey traffic control device, driving while suspended and failure to install ignition interlock device. The vehicle was towed from the scene.
• Officers responded to a motor vehicle accident on Columbia River Highway near Southwest JP West Road. Following an investigation, a 37-year-old St. Helens man was cited for following too closely. There were no injuries.
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