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Feb. 10, 2014
Marshfield’s basketball teams will play at Siuslaw in Florence on Monday. The games were originally scheduled for Friday, Feb.7, but Siuslaw schools were closed because of the threat of winter weather. Girls’ varsity game about 6 p.m., followed by the boys’ varsity.
For the second time this season, North Bend (6-2, 13-6) fell to Sutherlin (7-2, 15-5) in a boy’s basketball game. This time the “Blue Dogs” won at home 71-50 Friday night and move into second, a half-a-game back of first place Marshfield, while the “Brown Dogs” fell a half-game back of Sutherlin into third place. In other 4A Far West League games, fourth place Brookings-Harbor (5-4, 12-7) won at last place Douglas (0-8, 1-16) 62-44. Fifth place South Umpqua (3-5, 10-8) had a bye and Marshfield’s (7-1, 11-9) game at sixth place Siuslaw (1-7, 5-13) was postponed from Friday to Monday night.
North Bend’s girls (1-7, 3-14) fell at first place and unbeaten Sutherlin, (9-0, 20-0) 54-12 Friday. In other 4A Far West League games, second place Brookings-Harbor (7-2, 17-2) won at third place Douglas (4-4, 8-9) 59-44. Last place South Umpqua (1-7, 2-17) was idle, and also in third place Marshfield (4-4, 13-7) plays at fifth place Siuslaw (3-5, 5-13) Monday night.
Bay Area Rivalry sw
The swimming dual between Marshfield and North Bend scheduled for last Friday was postponed. The two teams will compete instead on Monday, Feb. 10, 3 p.m.
Southwestern Oregon’s basketball games scheduled at Clackamas in Oregon City Saturday were postponed until Monday, Feb. 10, because of the wintry weather.
Jordan Bachynski had a career-high 26 points and blocked Joseph Young's reverse layup at the buzzer, helping Arizona State hold off hard-charging Oregon 74-72 on Saturday. Arizona State (18-6, 7-4 Pac-12) dominated the first half, building a 20-point lead while the Ducks flailed at both ends. Oregon (15-8, 3-8) put together a furious rally behind Young and its press in the second half, using a 34-11 run to take the lead with 5 minutes left. Young scored all of his 29 points in the second half and hit four 3-pointers, but couldn't get his final shot past Bachynski's long arm, sending Oregon to its fourth 2-point conference loss. The Ducks next host Oregon State on Sunday, Feb. 16, noon.
Oregon State could not take down the second ranked Arizona Wildcats on Sunday night, falling 76-54 at the McKale Center. Angus Brandt was a bright spot for the Beavers, finishing with 14 points on 5-og-7 shooting from the field. The Australian also pulled in four rebounds on the night. Roberto Nelson struggled to find room to shoot, as Arizona (23-1, 10-1 Pac-12) employed a tenacious defense that took away many Oregon State shot (13-10, 5-6) opportunities. The senior was held to 10 points, four rebounds and two assists.
Top to bottom, player to player, the Oregon women's basketball team is making tangible progress over the course of this season. The Ducks' fourth win in five games, 93-71 over Utah at Matthew Knight Arena on Saturday, illustrated that in the most black and white sense. But it was the development individual players showed — in Chrishae Rowe's leadership, Jillian Alleyne's overcoming adversity, Drea Toler's recent emergence — that is making Oregon's turnaround all the more impressive. Once mired in a dismal 0-6 start to conference play, the Ducks improved to 4-7 on Saturday, and 13-9 overall. Oregon fought through tough winter weather that resulted in a subdued atmosphere for the game, and a rugged Utah defense that tried to dominate the pace of play — to great success in the first half. Oregon hosts Colorado on Monday, 5 p.m., in Eugene.
In the midst of a winter storm which has handcuffed much of the region, it was the Oregon State women’s basketball team who put the shackles on Colorado in Gill Coliseum on Saturday afternoon, defeating the visiting Buffaloes 75-63. The win, the Beavers' ninth in 10 home games, moves OSU’s record to 14-9 overall and 6-5 in the Pac-12, its first time over .500 in league play this season. Oregon State concludes its dates with the mountain schools on Monday night at 6 p.m. when Utah comes to town for a game televised on Pac-12 Oregon. Because of the weekend weather, Monday night’s game against Utah will also be treated as a Pink Out contest. The Beavers will wear their pink uniforms and fans that have purchased the “Dam Cancer” t-shirt as part of the promotion will be admitted free.
The Oregon State wrestling team narrowly fell to Arizona State 17-16 on Sunday afternoon. Oregon State was originally scheduled to compete against Boise State on Friday, but the meet was cancelled due to poor weather conditions. After spending upwards of 36 hours at the airport, the Beavers were finally able to catch a flight from Portland to Tempe for their Sunday matchup.
Oregon State opened the 2014 softball season with three wins and three losses at the Kajikawa/ASU Classic in Tempe, AZ. The Beavers beat NC State 6-2, lost to San Diego State 6-3, beat Penn State 12-10, lost to Cal State Northridge 3-2, lost to Colorado State 3-2 (8), and beat Appalachian State 12-2 (6). OSU is at the Texas A&M Invite this coming weekend in College Station, TX. Oregon was at the same Classic. The Ducks lost to Cal Poly 6-4, beat Fresno State 10-9 (8), beat Appalachian State 9-1 (6), beat North Carolina State 5-0, and beat Boise State 9-0. Oregon goes to the Easton Desert Classic in Las Vegas this weekend.
Feb. 10, 2014
OSP Winter Weather Coverage
According to OSP Northern Command Center Supervisor Dave Piercy, troopers statewide have responded to approximately 600 weather related crashes since Thursday morning. Most of these crashes resulted in only minor injuries to those involved. OSP handled one fatal crash on Friday afternoon on I-84 near Rooster Rock where a single vehicle lost control due to ice and left the roadway and collided broadside into a tree. In that crash an adult female passenger died from her injuries. The adult male driver was transported for serious injuries. Troopers have also assisted approximately 900 motorists that needed assistance on Oregon's roadways due to severe road and weather conditions. OSP advises that travel through the rest of the weekend will be hazardous and encourages motorists to use caution and expect significant delays. For current road and weather conditions check www.tripcheck.com.
Superbowl Festivities Result in 2 DUII Arrests in Coos County
Four Coos County Law enforcement agencies worked together as part of the Southern Oregon Coast DUII Task Force to crack down on impaired drivers during superbowl. Police officers from Coos Bay P.D; North Bend P.D.; Coquille P.D; and Coos County Sheriff’s Office patrolled the streets in search of impaired drivers on February 2nd resulting in (2) DUII arrests, and (5) warrant arrests resulting from traffic stops. Law Enforcement Officers throughout Oregon participated in this nationwide effort to reduce the number of impaired drivers on city streets, and state and county highways. The main purpose for reducing the number of impaired drivers is to save lives. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration 9,878 people were killed in DUII related crashes in 2011. The Southern Oregon Coast DUIII Task Force has joined forces with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Oregon Impact, along with Coos County, and other local law enforcement partners in conducting the campaign against impaired driving, which featured high visibility enforcement, combined with a variety of outreach activities, including a multi million dollar national advertisement, and media campaign. For more information about Impaired driving, visit www.nhtsa.gov or www.oregonimpact.org
Safety Belt Enforcement Campaign
Officers from the Coos Bay Police Department will join law enforcement agencies throughout Oregon in a Safety Belt Enforcement Campaign from February 10th to 23rd. This is the first of three scheduled safety belt and traffic safety campaigns for 2014. Oregon sheriff’s offices, local police departments, and OSP will participate on federal overtime grants from US Department of Transportation. The focus of the program is to increase public awareness of the seatbelt laws with the goal of reducing traffic injuries and deaths. As officers from the Coos Bay Police Department take to the road during this campaign, they will focus their attention on seatbelt violations, child safety seat violations, and texting/distracted drivers. Officers will also be watching for drivers who are speeding and driving while impaired by alcohol or drugs. Oregon law requires that there be "proper use" of the entire seatbelt system - lap belt placed low across the hips and a shoulder belt over the collarbone and crossing the center of the chest. Belts should be free of slack and lying flat with no twists or knots. If necessary, slide the attachment on the door post up or down to fit the size of you or your passenger. Shoulder belts should not be placed under the arm or behind the back as this can cause serious internal injuries or ejection in the event of a crash. • A statewide observation survey in June 2013 found 98 percent of Oregon’s motoring public are using safety belts making Oregon one of the two highest belt use states in our country. Since the 1990 passage of Oregon’s adult belt law, the observed belt use among the motoring public has doubled from 50% to 98% while crash fatality and injury rates have both dramatically decreased by 58% and 24% respectively. • Consistent vehicle restraint use is the single most effective way to protect motor vehicle occupants from crash injury or death according to the US Department of Transportation. • Speeding and driver impairment are the most common causes of injury crashes. Oregon’s safety belt overtime enforcement program is committed to reducing the severity of crash injuries by promoting proper safety belt and child restraint use. • Child safety seats reduce crash fatality risk for infants under 1 year old by 71 percent and for toddlers aged 1 to 4 by 54 percent. Safety belts reduce fatality risk by 45 to 60 percent. And yet, 31% or 61 of Oregon’s 198 occupant fatalities in 2012 were reportedly unrestrained. ODOT estimates that approximately half of these fatalities could have been avoided with proper restraint use. • OREGON LAW: A child weighing less than 40 pounds must be properly restrained in a child safety seat. A child under one year of age or weighing less than twenty pounds must be restrained in a rear-facing child seat. A child over forty pounds but under age eight or less than 4’ 9” tall must be restrained in either a child seat with harness system or in a booster seat that raises the child up so that a lap and shoulder belt system fit correctly. • For help with child seats, refer to the seat manufacturer’s instructions, vehicle owner’s manual, or your local child seat fitting station. A list of fitting stations can be found at: http://www.nhtsa.gov/apps/cps/index.htm or at http://oregonimpact.org/car-seat-resources/ • "BEST PRACTICE RECOMMENDATIONS of the American Academy of Pediatrics and USDOT: Children should ride in rear-facing car seats to age two or to the upper weight limit of the seat in use. Children should continue to ride in safety seats to forty pounds or the maximum upper weight limit of their forward facing seat before transitioning to a booster seat. Children under age thirteen should ride in the back seat. National statistics suggest rear seating reduces injury risk by 37% among that age group. • The greatest danger to unbelted children and adult occupants is ejection from the vehicle. Unbelted or improperly restrained occupants are five times more likely to be ejected than one who is belted. They can also slam into other passengers and injure them during a crash or sharp swerve. Odds of surviving ejection are estimated at one in four. (Compare this to a one in two hundred fatality rate for occupants who remain inside the vehicle.) Ejection is the principal reason that minors are prohibited from riding in an open bed of a pickup truck.
CBFD Annual Report
The annual report given to the City of Coos Bay from its Fire Department for 2013, shows the department responded to 2,517 emergencies, a six-percent increase from 2011 (2,371), and a two-percent increase from 2012 (2,467). That’s a average of about seven calls per day. Of the calls last year, Emergency responders saw 72.4% Medical Emergencies; 13.3% Public Assist; 10.2% Fire Related; and, 4.1% Hazardous Conditions. CBFD Firefighters participated in 2,557 hours of training, an average of 75 hours each; Firefighters conducted fire safety inspections at 420 businesses; Provided 43 hours of Community Education through dozens of programs and a variety of safety topics targeting all age groups.
Study confirms link between salmon migration and magnetic field
A team of scientists last year presented evidence of a correlation between the migration patterns of ocean salmon and the Earth’s magnetic field, suggesting it may help explain how the fish can navigate across thousands of miles of water to find their river of origin. Recently, scientists confirmed the connection between salmon and the magnetic field following a series of experiments at the Oregon Hatchery Research Center in the Alsea River basin. Researchers exposed hundreds of juvenile Chinook salmon to different magnetic fields that exist at the latitudinal extremes of their oceanic range. Fish responded to these “simulated magnetic displacements” by swimming in the direction that would bring that toward the center of their marine feeding grounds. The study, which was funded by Oregon Sea Grant and the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, is published in the current issue of Current Biology.
Commission adopts Youngs Bay fishing closure
The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission today passed rules that establish a control zone at the mouth of Youngs Bay and prohibit recreational fishing from Aug. 1-Sept. 15. The purpose of the closure is to reduce the interception of hatchery fish returning to the Youngs Bay commercial fishery. The closure will begin this August 2014. The boundary is a line from the Warrenton Fiber seawall upstream through the green navigation buoys to the Astoria-Megler Bridge. Fishing will not be allowed south of that line and north of Hwy 101 Bridge over Youngs Bay. Regulations for fishing inside Youngs Bay remain under permanent rules, with fishing open during this time period. The closure, along with several other changes to fisheries management, emerged during the 2012 process to restructure sport and commercial fisheries on the Columbia River. Senate Bill 830, passed by the 2013 Oregon State Legislature, directed the Commission to create a closure area. Commission also approved fish screening exemptions and fish pass ers for two proposed hydroelectric projects on the Warmsprings Dam in Malheur County and on the Mason Dam in Baker County. The Commission is the policy-making body for fish and wildlife issues in the state. Its next meeting is scheduled for March 7 in Salem.
A magnitude 4.3 earthquake shook the northern end of two fault lines that run parallel with the Oregon Coast, Sunday morning, Feb. 9. According to the U.S. Geological Survey, the quake occurred at 7:37 a.m., 88-miles south of Masset, Canada.
Water Line Flushing
During the week beginning February 10, 2014, Coos Bay-North Bend Water Board will continue routine maintenance flushing of waterlines within its distribution system in Coos Bay and North Bend. Flushing of waterlines will be from Butler Road west to 28th Street, and Ocean Boulevard north to 14th Street. Flushing will begin in the morning each day about 8:00 a.m. and end at approximately 3:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. In some locations, it may be necessary to begin flushing earlier in the morning and end earlier in the afternoon.
Customers within the affected area may experience periods of reduced pressure and may notice a discoloration of the water during these flushing periods. Customers should avoid doing laundry if their water appears discolored. If the discoloration does not clear up promptly, please notify the Water Board at 267-3128.
NB City Council
The North Bend City Council will hold a regularly scheduled work session on Monday, February 10, 2014 at 4:30 p.m. in the council chambers of City Hall, 835 California Street, North Bend. The work session will include: • Discussion regarding North Bend Pavement Management Plan. The North Bend City Council will meet on Tuesday, February 11, 2014 at 7:30 p.m. in the council chambers of City Hall, 835 California Street, North Bend. The council meeting will include: • Presentation of North Bend Pavement Management Plan.
Oregon Virtual Academy
February 10, 2014 @ 6:00 p.m. Oregon Virtual Academy Board Members are hereby notified that a Regular Meeting of the Board will be held at 400 Virginia Ave Suite 210, North Bend, Oregon and via teleconference 1-888-824-5783 Ext.90095991# and via Blackboard Collaborate at: http://tinyurl.com/BoardORVA
CB School District Meetings
Coos Bay Public Schools Public Meetings currently scheduled for the month of February, 2014. All meetings are held at Milner Crest Education Center, 1255 Hemlock Ave., Coos Bay, unless otherwise noted. The schedule is subject to change. February 10 - * Regular School Board Meeting at 6:00 PM with Executive Session at 5:00 PM. The agenda is posted at the following link and is subject to change. http://cbd9.net/schoolboard/agendas. February 24 - * Special School Board Meeting at 6:00 PM. The agenda will be posted by February 21st. Go to http://cbd9.net/public-meetings-schedule to link to all the public meetings currently scheduled. All Coos Bay School District Board Meetings are subject to the Public Meetings Law (ORS 192.610-192.710). The public is welcome to attend.
NB School Board
A Regular meeting of the North Bend School District #13 Board of Directors will be held Monday, February 10, 2014, beginning at 7:00 p.m., in the North Bend City Council Chamber, 835 California Street, North Bend, OR.
Coos Co. Road Advisory Committee
The Coos Co. Road Advisory Committee will meet on Monday, Feb. 10, 4 p.m., in Room 106, at the Courthouse in Coquille.
Coos Co. Fair Board
Coos County Fair Board will hold its Regular Board meeting on Monday, February 10, 2014 at the Coos County Fair Grounds, Davenport Building, Myrtle Point, OR 97458 at 6:30 p.m.
New fishing dock, extra trout greet anglers at Eckman Lake
A new and improved fishing dock will greet anglers when they venture out to Waldport's Eckman Lake to do a little trout fishing this spring. Construction of a new dock was completed in January and will get a test run the week of Feb. 10 when the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife stocks the lake with more than 900 rainbow trout, including several dozen “trophy” fish weighing in at more than half a pound apiece. The fish were originally bound for Perkins, Alder and Dune lakes but were redirected because of low water levels at those lakes. “This will be a good opportunity for anglers to come out and see their license dollars at work,” said Christine Clapp, fish biologist at ODFW’s Newport office. “This is a first class facility made possible by the hard work and initiative of the Central Coast Fly Fishers and funding from the Restoration and Enhancement Program.” The new dock replaces an old, wooden structure that was deteriorating and became a safety hazard last summer. The new aluminum dock was built by Ken’s Floatation Services, Inc., of Oregon City with $68,000 in funding from ODFW’s Fish Restoration and Enhancement Program and $10,000 from the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department. The dock was installed in early January with the help of demolition volunteers, including members of the Central Coast Fly Fishers, Longview Hills Fishing Club, and First Baptist Church of Waldport, which hosts a youth fishing event at Eckman Lake every year in May. The dock is intended as a fishing platform but also provides temporary moorage for small watercraft. It is open year around. ODFW usually stocks Eckman Lake with trout two or three times a year. In addition to trout, the lake provides habitat for cutthroat trout, coho and largemouth bass. Another trout stocking at Eckman Lake is planned for the week of March 17. For more information about trout fishing opportunities, please visit ODFW’s trout stocking page at http://www.dfw.state.or.us/resources/fishing/trout_stocking_schedules/.
Inherit the Earth Series at Coos Bay Library
Coos Bay Public Library invites the public to attend an “enviro-mentary” series INHERIT THE EARTH on Monday evenings in February. Each Monday, at 7:00 p.m. an award-winning documentary concerning the state of our planet will be screened. There is no charge for the free event sponsored by the Friends of Coos Bay Public Library. *Monday, Feb. 10th - “Last Call at the Oasis” This film sheds light on the vital role water plays in our lives, exposes the defects in the current system, & shows communities already struggling with its ill effects. **Library Closed/Doors open at 6:40. Monday, Feb. 17th - “Chasing Ice” Time-lapse cameras in the Arctic capture a multi-year record of the world's changing glaciers, showing ancient mountains of ice in motion as they disappear at a breathtaking rate. Monday, Feb. 24th - “Surviving Progress” Explores the concept of progress in our modern world, examining the major "progress traps" facing our civilization in the arenas of technology, economics, consumption, and the environment. For more information call 541.269.1101 or visit http://bay.cooslibraries.org.
State ATV Advisory Committees
The Oregon Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD) will hold a meeting of the All-terrain Vehicle Advisory Committee and the ATV Grant Subcommittee on February 10, 2014. The meetings will be open to the public and take place in Cascade Hall at the Oregon State Fair and Expo Center, 2330 17th Street NE in Salem. The facility is ADA-accessible. The ATV Advisory Committee will meet from 9:00 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. to review and provide input on policies relating to the OPRD ATV Safety Program. The ATV Grant Subcommittee will meet from 1:30 until 4:00 p.m. to hear grant requests for law enforcement and operation maintenance. Public comments may be provided at both meetings.
Oregon Heritage Commission in Cottage Grove
The Oregon Heritage Commission will meet at noon Feb. 10 at the Cottage Grove Community Center, 700 E. Gibbs Ave., Cottage Grove. Agenda items include issues related to Oregon heritage sites, organizations and activities, including the adoption of a 2014-2019 Oregon Heritage Plan. The Heritage Commission is comprised of nine people representing Oregon's heritage and geographical diversity who have been appointed by the Governor. There are nine advisory representatives from state agencies and statewide organizations. The mission of the Oregon Heritage Commission is to secure, sustain, and enhance Oregon's heritage by ensuring coordination of heritage initiatives by public and private organizations; advocacy on its behalf; education of the public about its extent and value; and promotion and celebration of its diversity. A work session related to the commission's draft bylaws will begin at 9 a.m. No business will be conducted at that time. More information about the Heritage Commission and the meeting is available at www.oregonheritage.org or by contacting Commission coordinator Kyle Jansson at 503-986-0673. The meetings are accessible to people with disabilities. Special accommodations may be arranged up to 72 hours in advance by call 503-986-0655.
Sheep and Goat Scrapie Educational Outreach Seminar and Annual Sheep Marketing Meeting
Monday February 10th at 7 PM. Dr Brianna Schur, Veterinary Medical Officer from the USDA Area Office, and Robert Dyk, Animal Identification Coordinator for Oregon, will be in Coos County to discuss misconceptions about the scrapie disease, the spread, the cleanup effort by USDA, and what it means for the industry in the future. There will be a short informational meeting of the Coos County Livestock Association Sheep Marketing Committee. There will be a discussion on lamb shipment dates and details on selling wool locally. Whether you have 5 head or 500 all producers and interested parties are encouraged to attend. The program will be held at the Oregon State University Extension Service conference room, 631 Alder St, Myrtle Point.
If I were Mayor Contest
The Oregon Mayor’s Association and the City of Coos Bay invite you to enter the “If I were Mayor” contest. Share your idea about what you would do as mayor! Local winners are entered into the state contest for a chance to win a NEW APPLE IPAD AIR! CONTEST DEADLINE: APRIL 30, 2014. Contest Rules - GENERAL RULES: • All submissions must be accompanied by a completed entry form. All forms for students under age 18 must be signed by the student’s parent or guardian. Entry forms may be photocopied. • Only one submission per student will be accepted at the state level. • Submissions will not be returned and will become the property of the Oregon Mayors Association (OMA). • OMA retains the right to publish essays and posters along with the names and likenesses of each student. • Previous local and statewide winners may participate, but they will not be eligible for prizes. • League of Oregon Cities (LOC) employees and dependents are not eligible to enter. POSTERS: • The poster contest is open to students enrolled in grades 4 and 5 or being home-schooled at the same grade level for the 2013-14 school year. Poster size must be a minimum of 17” and a maximum of 28” in height or width. • Students are encouraged to be creative and may use any art medium (e.g., poster paints, felt pens, colored pencils, pastels, crayons, etc.). The poster may be in color or black and white. • The student’s name and a daytime phone number or email address for their parent or guardian must appear on the back of the poster. ESSAYS: • The essay contest is open to students enrolled in grades 6-8 or being homeschooled at the same grade level for the 2013-14 school year. • Essays must be 500 to 1,000 words in length and typed. • The student’s name and a daytime phone number or email address for their parent or guardian must appear at the top of the essay. VIDEO or POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS: • The video/PowerPoint contest is open to students enrolled in grades 9-12 or being home-schooled at the high school level for the 2013-14 school year. • Presentations must be one to three minutes in length and submitted on DVD or CD. • The student’s name and a daytime phone number or email address for their parent or guardian must be written on the disk or disk sleeve.
News release from the Coos Co. Sheriff's Office. "On 02-05-2014 at 2125 hours, residents of 90738 Hollywood Lane, Coos Bay called 911 to report unknown subjects attempting to break into the residence. The residents stated the subjects were kicking on the front door and attempting to break a window to gain entry. Upon arriving at the residence, Sheriff’s Deputies contacted 2 subjects that were fairly intoxicated. They were identified as Danny Ray Odell, 24 years of age, a transient and 23 year old North Bend resident, George Stonesiefer. Following an investigation Danny Odell was arrested and taken into custody for Disorderly Conduct, Criminal Trespass, and Resisting Arrest. He was transported to the Coos County Jail and booked."
According to an entry on the North Bend Police log for Thursday, Feb. 6, 8:48 a.m., 3600 block Pine St., “RP advised that one of his camp trailer batteries was stolen from the trailer sometime last night.”
According to an entry on the Coos Bay Police log for Thursday, Feb. 6, 9:18 p.m., 130 No. Cammann St., McKay’s, 48-year old Troy Boyer charged with Criminal Trespass II.
According to an entry on the Coos Bay Police log for Thursday, Feb. 6, 8:42 p.m., 400 block Montgomery Ave., 61-year old Donna Baim arrested on CBPD warrant charging Driving While Suspended or Revoked and Failure to Appear on Citation.
According to an entry on the Coos Bay Police log for Thursday, Feb. 6, 4:58 p.m., 1900 block Newmark Ave., “person stop,” 24-year old Destiny Dale Coates arrested on Probation Violation Detainer.
Hit & Run
According to an entry on the Coos Bay Police log for Thursday, Feb. 6, 2:06 p.m., 500 block Shorepines Place, “single vehicle into wall.” Forty-year old Steven Tucker charged with Hit & Run with Property Damage. Transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.
Coos Co. Sheriff’s log
Some of the entries on the Coos Co. Sheriff’s log for Thursday, Feb. 6. 8:11 a.m., Spinreel Road, North Bend, “Child Neglect II.” 8:27 a.m., Crown Point Road, Charleston, “Deceased Subject.” 7:14 p.m., Libby Lane, Coos Bay, “Assault.” For more information: Coos County Sheriff's Office, 250 N. Baxter, Coquille, Oregon 97423, 541-396-7800, 541-396-7801. Closed for Lunch from 11:30a - 12:30p. Sheriff's Office Records 541-396-7802.
According to an entry on the Coquille Police log for Friday, Feb. 7, 7:09 a.m., Hwy. 42 & SE 6th, 34-year old Jeremy T. Inskeep arrested on DCSO warrant charging Failure to Appear – Criminal Possession Marijuana.
According to an entry on the North Bend Police log for early Saturday, Feb. 8, 1:29 a.m., 600 block Virginia Ave., "assault occurred at location." Twenty-five year old Naomi R. Knight, Coos Bay, Charged with Assault IV and transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.
According to an entry on the North Bend Police log for Friday, Feb. 7, 8:01 p.m., Union & Connecticut, "NBPD served CBPD warrant at location." Fifty-two year old Willard Dean Canfield, North Bend, arrested on warrant charging DUII and transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.
According to an entry on the North Bend Police log for Friday, Feb. 7, 2:18 p.m., 1300 block Sherman Ave., "OSP Firearms Unit advised a wanted subject my be at location attempting to purchase a firearm. Officers responded, subject gone prior to arrival. Contact info received from the store." Follow up, 27-year old Jonathan A. Calhoun, Coos Bay, arrested on Myrtle Creek warrant charging Contempt of Court on DUII. Transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.
Douglas Co. Alert
According to an entry on the North Bend Police log for Saturday, Feb. 8, 8:28 a.m., “DCSO request attempt to locate homicide suspect/vehicle. Occurred Winston/last seen Reston Road turning onto Tenmile Valley or Lockwood.” Vehicle described as purple or bluish Ford Ranger pickup with tool box. “Possibly armed/dangerous. Officers advised. Suspect was located.”
According to an entry on the North Bend Police log for Saturday, Feb. 8, 11:26 p.m., Mill Casino, “Security out with subject on the Casino floor and fighting with him.” Twenty-five year old Christian Huntinton, Florence, taken into custody on charges of Criminal Trespass II and Disorderly Conduct. Transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.
According to an entry on the Coquille Police log for Saturday, Feb. 8, 9:41 a.m., 300 block E. 2nd St., 23-year old Jesse Lee Wagoner arrested on charge of Harassment.
Showers this morning along the Oregon Coast with highs in the low 50s today. Winds from the South to Southwest at 10-15 mph. Fog early tonight, then cloudy with lows in the mid 40s and winds from the South at 5-10 mph. Cloudy with rain showers in the afternoon Tuesday.