Long Beach Police DepartmentOn July 2 at 10:50 p.m., an officer was flagged down by an individual who sustained second-degree burns to his forearm from setting off fireworks. The officer transported the man to Ocean Beach Hospital for treatment.
At 10:50 p.m., an intoxicated 15-year-old female, who blew a 0.31, was reported hitting herself and making suicidal threats. She was taken to Ocean Beach Hospital for assistance. Charges of minor in possession and/or consumption will be send to the Juvenile Department for processing.
On July 3 at 2:46 p.m., two vehicles were driving at a high rate of speed on a closed area of the beach. An officer made contact and the following citations were issued: Shane A.T. Mcpoil, age 18, from Washougal was cited for minor in possession and/or consumption; Curtis N. Chick, age 18, from Washougal was cited for minor in possession and/or consumption, negligent driving 1st-degree, and driving on a closed beach; Matthew C. Meyer, age 18, from Washougal was cited for minor in possession and/or consumption; Bryan L. Kipp, age 18, from Camas was cited for minor in possession and/or consumption; a minor in possession and/or consumption charge will be sent to the Juvenile Department for a 16-year-old from Camas; and a minor in possession and/or consumption charge will be sent to the Juvenile Department for a 16-year-old from Washougal.
At 10:55 a.m., in the 1500 block of North Washington, a resident called to report a neighbor's dog was tied up inside a fence, and when the fireworks went off and scared the dog, it jumped the fence nearly hanging itself.
On July 4 at 6:40 a.m., on the Bolstad beach approach an officer found a 16-year-old from Goldendale passed out face down in the sand. His parents were called and he was taken to Ocean Beach Hospital for treatment. A minor in possession and/or consumption charge will be sent to the Juvenile Department.
At 10:46 p.m., an officer received a report that "all the port-a-potties were tipped over" by the boardwalk.
Witnesses saw a 19-year-old man remove a 12-pack of Pepsi and a lawn chair from the back of a pickup truck. After an officer made contact with the suspect, he finally admitted taking the items and returned them to the truck.
A hit-and-run to a vehicle parked on the Bolstad beach approach was reported at 11:10 p.m.
On July 5 at 12:07 a.m., an officer approached a vehicle that was stopped in the middle of the road at Pacific and Bolstad. The 69-year-old female behind the wheel was intoxicated and had passed out with her vehicle still in gear. A Washington State Patrol officer was called to handle this DUI.
At 2:13 a.m., after a disturbance call at the Port of Ilwaco, officers made contact with David R. Anderson, age 53, from Kent who was screaming and yelling at anyone and everyone. He was cited for disorderly conduct.
Malicious mischief damage to the newly blacktopped Ilwaco High School track was reported at 2:49 p.m., after bicycles had been ridden over it causing indents and damage.
On July 6 at 11:49 a.m., on 9th Street in Long Beach, a man dropped a baggy of suspected heroin in a business. An employee provided a description of the man and an officer him. He admitted it was his and that he had been partying the night before. After he was medically cleared, Gabriel L. Dupuy, age 24, from Astoria, Ore., was booked into Pacific County Jail for possession of suspected heroin and possession of drug paraphernalia.
At 6:28 p.m. on North Washington Avenue, a fence at a private residence had been run over causing about $150 in damages.
At 7:42 p.m., McDonald's called regarding two children, ages five and 11, who were left alone in their play area. After talking to the children it was determined that their guardian had left them there to play for a couple of hours. An officer contacted the guardian and counseled her about leaving the children and told her that the children could be turned over the Child Protective Services if any similar incidents occurred again.
On July 7, a manhole cover was reported missing from 3rd Street south at 5:15 p.m. City crews were called.
At 7:05 p.m., an officer on routine patrol observed a teenager shoplift in a store in downtown Long Beach. A charge of third-degree theft will be sent to the Juvenile Department on the 16-year-old male from Long Beach.
At 8:04 p.m., a car prowl on the Sid Snyder beach approach resulted in the loss of a wallet, checkbook, sunglasses, cash, cell phone, iPod and numerous other items.
On July 8 at 12:20 p.m., in the 1500 block of North Washington, another call was received about a dog jumping over a fencing hanging itself. When the homeowner arrived the officer told her this was the last warning she would receive on this dog and she would be charged with animal cruelty if the situation didn't change.
At "dine and dash" incident was reported at 8:21 p.m. on Long Beach. Several people came in and ate well and left without paying their $83.92 tab. The case remains under investigation.
At 9:30 p.m. in the 1500 block of North Washington, an assault was reported. A 17-year-old male from Long Beach was booked into Pacific County Jail for domestic violence fourth-degree assault after he allegedly assaulted his mother.
Pacific County Sheriff's Department On July 4 at 5:52 a.m., deputies responded to a domestic violence call at the 12200 block of SR103. The caller reported threats to kill. Upon arrival, deputies observed the suspect fleeing the residence. A check of the home was done as there were three children left inside. Later that day, Eugene Kornoely, 27, of Long Beach turned himself in and was booked into Pacific County Jail for domestic violence fourth-degree assault threats.
At 5:10 p.m., deputies responded to the 25200 block of Vernon Avenue for a domestic violence complaint. The suspect identified as John Borchardt, age 32, of Ocean Park had left the residence and quickly located. Borchardt was arrested and booked into Pacific County Jail for domestic violence fourth-degree assault.
At 6:01 p.m., deputies responded to the 12200 block of SR103 for a domestic violence call. The suspect had left the residence. After concluding the initial investigation, deputies went to search for the suspect. Shortly thereafter they received a call that the suspect had returned to the residence. Deputies arrived and took Monica Christopher, 18, of Long Beach into custody. Christopher was booked into Pacific County Jail on two counts of domestic violence fourth-degree assault.
On July 7 at 4:08 p.m., a deputy was on routine patrol when he observed two people together that he knew had restraining orders between them. The deputy made contact with the suspect after verifying a restraining order was still in effect. The deputy arrested Claude Davis, 38, of Ocean Park and booked him into Pacific County Jail for violation of a restraining order after observing him with the other party at the Ocean Park beach approach.