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This week's calls include: stolen paperwork, more catalytic converter thefts and a cat food shoplifter.

Sunday, Oct. 10

During a traffic stop, a driver was cited and released for driving while suspended, speeding and driving uninsured.

Monday, Oct. 11

Officers responded to a theft that occurred in the 52000 block of Northeast First Street. It was reported that the suspects entered a fenced parking area at the location and stole a catalytic converter from a vehicle. This case is pending further suspect information.

Friday, Oct. 15

A man was arrested and taken into custody for a restraining order violation in Clatskanie.

Tuesday, Oct. 16

Police were dispatched to a report of a motor vehicle accident in which an involved driver fled the scene. The driver was later found and ultimately arrested for DUII and reckless driving. He was transported to jail where he was booked and released on his charges.

Unknown suspects in the 33000 block of Southwest Maple Street entered a victim's vehicle and stole important paperwork. This case is pending further suspect information.

Thursday, Oct. 18

Police responded to Scappoose High School to follow up on a report of a minor in possession of marijuana. This case is being referred to the Columbia County Juvenile Department.

Police were dispatched to the report of a theft in the 52000 block of Northeast First Street. It was reported that the suspects stole a catalytic converter off one vehicle and attempted to steal another. This case is pending further suspect information.

Following a traffic stop near the intersection of Columbia River Highway and Southeast Maple Street, a man was cited and released for driving while suspended.

Saturday, Oct. 20

Police were dispatched to the report of a theft at Jackpot Food Market, located in the 51000 block of Columbia River Hwy. It was reported that the suspect had taken a can of cat food without paying for it. She was cited and released for theft III.

Editor's note: Police logs are a partial accounting of law enforcement calls, based on activity reports and descriptions generated by participating police departments. All persons accused of a crime are legally considered to be innocent until proven guilty.


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