Long Beach Police DepartmentOn May 4 at 9:26 a.m., an Ilwaco resident complained about student cars being parked blocking a road and another blocking a fire hydrant near the high school. The students received verbal warnings.

On May 5 at 10:48 p.m., Tera R. Query, age 28, allegedly struck a vehicle parked on the shoulder of the road. Query was arrested and charged with driving under the influence of intoxicants.

On May 7 at 10:30 a.m., employees requested an officer do a welfare check on their boss who had not shown up for work. An officer responded to a local motel and could hear water running in the room. The manager was unable to unlock the door so it was kicked in. The man was found lying in a bathtub with the water running. He was allegedly passed out from alcohol consumption. He was transported to Ocean Beach Hospital for care.

An ongoing problem with two dogs running loose on Spruce Street in Ilwaco was reported. The owners were given a written citation regarding keeping the dogs in a secure location.

On May 9 at 6:49 p.m., in Long Beach, after a vehicle prowl was received, a description of the suspect was provided along with the license plate number. The suspect was identified, arrested and booked into Pacific County Jail.

On May 11 at 1:44 a.m., Gerardo Reyes Arias, age 39, was found to be a "deported aggregated felon." The LBPD officer contacted ICE Special Agent Ramos, who faxed the warrant and had Arias placed under arrest. He was booked into Pacific County Jail.

Pacific County Sheriff's Department

On April 30, the Pacific County Narcotics Enforcement Team (PACNET) arrested a Raymond area resident for felony narcotics related charges. Deputies from the Pacific County Sheriff's Office and officers from the South Bend Police Department assisted in the apprehension of the suspect.

Khamchanh C. Phansisay, age 31, was arrested for two counts of delivery of a controlled substance to wit: cocaine. The deliveries are alleged to have occurred within 1,000 feet of a school bus stop, which carries a sentence enhancement of 24 months on each charge. Phansisay was booked into Pacific County Jail.

Phansisay's arrest was the result of a lengthy investigation by the Pacific County Narcotics Enforcement Team coupled with the assistance and information provided by all local law enforcement. Chief Ken Boyes, of the Raymond Police Department, stated, "PACNET continues to support our line officers in their tireless pursuit of drug dealers in our community."

Citizens with information about narcotics related activity in Pacific County are encouraged to contact PACNET. Citizens can contact Deputies Pat Matlock or James Bergstrom at 875-9440 or Deputy Mike Ray at 642-9459.

On May 5 at 8:33 a.m., deputies responded to a domestic violence call at the 10500 block of SR-103 in Long Beach. The reporting party stated a knife was used in the assault. Deputies arrived and contacted both people involved. After conducting an investigation deputies arrested Mark Viles, 47, of Long Beach. Viles was booked into Pacific County Jail for assault second-degree domestic violence. Minor injuries sustained during the assault did not require medical attention.

On May 10 at 8:51 p.m., a deputy observed a vehicle at a higher rate of speed than the posted limit on SR-103. The deputy lost sight of the vehicle near the Loomis Lake area. The deputy waited in the area and then observed the vehicle once again when it came out from a side street. The deputy made a traffic stop at the 1000 block of Cranberry Road. The driver identified as Kimberly Parent, age 35, of Long Beach was arrested and booked into Pacific County Jail for driving while license suspended third-degree.

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