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Bastendorf, CCSO release – On August 7th at 6:33 p.m., a 911 call was placed from Bastendorf Beach Coos Bay, Oregon. The caller, Amber L. Aldinger 35 years of age of Stutsman County, North Dakota advised Jesse W. Diaz 45 years of age of Stutsman County, North Dakota was chasing her and yelling at her causing her fear. Amber advised Dispatchers she has a valid restraining order out of the state of California against Jesse W. Diaz. With this limited information, Coos County Dispatchers were able to keep the caller on the 911 line and determine her location and some additional information. Ms. Aldinger told Dispatchers she was hiding from the male and awaiting the arrival of the Sheriff’s Office. A records check of both revealed the valid restraining order as well as extraditable warrants out of North Dakota for Felony Criminal Trespass and Felony Theft on both involved parties. Over the course of an hour Ms. Aldinger was located as well as Mr. Diaz. Both were arrested on the outstanding extraditable warrants. Mr. Diaz was additionally charged with violation of a restraining order. Upon investigation both were determined to be transients and illegally camping in the proximity of Bastendorf Beach. Both were transported to the Coos County Jail and lodged, bail was listed at $20,000.00 for each individual. The Sheriff’s Office reminds the public.

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Bastendorf Beach, CCSO release – On 08/05/2018, at approximately 1:44am hours, Deputies responded to a report of a disturbance at the County Park, located near Bastendorff Beach. During the course of the investigation it was determined that Chad Fondren was intoxicated and got in a physical altercation with another set of campers. Chad received a laceration below his left eye and had to be evaluated by medical personal. While investigating further it was determined that Chad, who was at the campground with his wife, was in violation of the restraining order. Chad was also probation. Chad was transported by ambulance to Bay Area Hospital for his injuries then later arrested for Restraining Order Violation and Probation Violation. Chad was transported to the Coos County Jail, were he was lodged until court.

Aggravated Harassment
Old Broadbent Road, CCSO release – On August 4, 2018 at about 8:10 PM, Deputies from the Coos County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to 54156 Old Broadbent Road near Myrtle Point regarding a dispute there. Dispatch was told by the 9-1-1 caller that an intoxicated male had broken out a window and was trying to gain entry into the residence. An Officer from the Myrtle Point Police Department responded first and the male fled prior to his arrival. When deputies arrived they learned the man had fled towards the South Fork Coquille River and shortly thereafter the man was located hiding in some brush on the bank. The man was ordered to come out and with his hands visible and instead chose to flee into the river. The man, later identified as 29-year old Christopher Decia, Oakley, CA, was told he was under arrest for Interfering with a Peace Officer and he instead ran towards the opposite bank. Other responding officers searched for Decia on the northern bank, but were unable to locate him. Later in the evening, deputies were again called back to the location. The responding deputy parked his vehicle away from the residence and walked to the house, finding Decia standing on the front porch to the home. The Deputy ordered the man to the ground and exhibited his Taser, which encouraged the man to follow the directions. However, while on the ground, Decia spit on the deputy. Decia was ultimately taken into custody, but remained resistive throughout the encounter. Decia was transported to the Coos County Jail where he was given over to the care of the jail staff. Decia was lodged on the charges of Aggravated Harassment (for spitting on the deputy) , Interfering with a Peace Officer (for originally not obeying a lawful order) and Escape III (for fleeing after being told he was under arrest). The charges of Criminal Mischief III, Harassment and Criminal Trespass II from the original 9-1-1 call will be referred to the Coos County District Attorney’s Office for consideration of charges. The Coos County Sheriff’s Office was assisted by the Myrtle Point Police and the Coquille Police Departments.