Health advisory lifted at Sunset Bay
The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) Friday, July 20 lifted a public health advisory for contact with marine water at Sunset Bay State Park Beach located in Coos County. The health authority issued the advisory July 18, 2018 after water samples showed higher-than-normal levels of fecal bacteria in ocean waters. Results from later samples taken by the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) showed lower bacteria levels. Contact with the water no longer poses a higher-than-normal risk. However, officials recommend staying out of large pools on the beach that are frequented by birds, and runoff from those pools, because the water may contain increased bacteria from fecal matter. State officials continue to encourage other recreational activities at all Oregon beaches, suggesting only that water contact be avoided when advisories are in effect.

Recreational Razor Clamming Open from Tillamook Head to Cape Arago
The Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA) and the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) announce a portion of the coast is re-opened for recreational razor clamming as domoic acid levels have fallen below the closure limit. Recreational razor clamming is now open from Tillamook Head to Cape Arago. Recreational razor clamming is closed from Cape Arago to the California border for elevated levels of domoic acid toxin. Recreational razor clamming is also closed from the Columbia River to Tillamook Head for ODFW’s annual razor clam conservation closure. This closure is not related to biotoxins and does not affect razor clam populations south of Tillamook Head. The conservation closure is in effect from July 15th to September 30th of each year. ODA will continue to test for shellfish toxins every other week, as tides and weather conditions permit. Re-opening of an area requires two consecutive tests below the closure limit. For more information please call ODA’s shellfish safety information Hotline at (800) 448-2474 or visit the ODA Recreational Shellfish Biotoxin Closures webpage.

41st Infantry Conducting Combat Training
The 41st Infantry Brigade Combat Team, Oregon Army National Guard, is scheduled to conduct a large-scale training exercise, July 21-August 12, 2018, at Camp Roberts and Fort Hunter Liggett, California. The 41st Infantry Brigade Combat Team is scheduled to conduct convoy operations to California to participate in this training.  The exercise is an instrumented brigade field training exercise known as eXportable Combat Training Capability (XCTC) designed to certify platoon proficiency across the brigade in coordination with First Army. The XCTC program brings full training resource packages to National Guard and active duty bases around the country, allowing units to train on their schedule, closer to home, minimizing cost and time away from civilian jobs. The training exercise prepares the brigade for supporting federal mobilizations. Units will be exercising tactical, operational, communications, and decision-making skills while focusing on problem analysis. “This exercise keeps our units trained and ready for federal missions and builds upon the brigade’s training from last year’s Warfighter Exercise,” said Col. Eric Riley, commander of the 41st Infantry Brigade Combat Team. “Improving our Soldiers’ skills, relationships and communications within our units is the ultimate goal of this event.” There are approximately 3,000 personnel with more than 10 units from multiple states and other supporting elements scheduled to participate: • Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 41st IBCT, Oregon; • 1st Battalion, 186th Infantry Regiment, Oregon; • 1st Battalion, 200th Infantry Regiment, New Mexico; • 1st Squadron, 303rd Cavalry Regiment, Washington; • 2nd Battalion, 162nd Infantry Regiment, Oregon; • 2nd Battalion, 218th Field Artillery Regiment, Oregon; • 741st Brigade Engineer Battalion, Oregon; • 141st Brigade Support Battalion, Oregon; • 189th Combined Arms Training Brigade (CATB), Washington; • 1st Assault Helicopter Battalion, 140th Aviation Regiment, California. “It will improve our ability to work in a realistic joint training environment while building key relationships not only here in Oregon, but across multiple units throughout the region,” said Riley. “The 41st Infantry Brigade Combat Team has a long history of success and this exercise will assist in advancing and strengthening that record.”

Change of Command at North Bend
The crew of Coast Guard Sector North Bend held a change-of-command ceremony in the sector’s helicopter hangar, Friday, July 20.  During the traditional military ceremony, Capt. Michael Mullen transferred command to Capt. Olav Saboe as Rear Adm. David Throop, commander, Coast Guard 13th District, presided over the ceremony. Saboe recently returned from the U.S. Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island, where he completed a yearlong program earning a Master of Arts Degree in National Security and Strategic Studies. Prior to college, Saboe was the deputy commander at Sector Humboldt Bay, located in McKinleyville, California. As the deputy, he helped oversee multi-mission Coast Guard operations from the California-Oregon border to Point Arena, California. Mullen will be retiring after 26 years of service in which he logged more than 3,000 flight hours in the MH-60 Jayhawk, MH-65 Dolphin helicopters and HC-130 Hercules fixed-wing aircraft. He also served a tour at Coast Guard Headquarters as the asset division chief for the Deputy Commandant for Mission Support. Mullen’s operational aviation assignments included tours as a student aviation engineer at Air Station Cape Cod, Massachusetts; engineering officer of Air Station Traverse City, Michigan; executive officer and assistant engineering officer at Coast Guard Air Station Kodiak, Alaska. Sector North Bend provides management and support for Coast Guard units from the Oregon-California border 220 miles north to Pacific City, Oregon. Units currently attached to the sector include the collocated air station with an air facility in Newport; six multi-mission small boat stations, two with seasonal search and rescue detachments, a 110-foot coastal patrol boat and an aids to navigation team. Collectively, these units include 445 people, five helicopters, 23 boats, and one cutter. Sector North Bend guards the Oregon coast through the aggressive and professional prosecution of all Coast Guard missions. The change-of-command ceremony is a time-honored tradition deeply rooted in Coast Guard and Naval history. The event signifies a total transfer of responsibility, authority and accountability for the command. All members of the unit attend the ceremony so they can witness the transfer of leadership.

Southwest Oregon chip seal project begins
Motorists in Douglas, Coos and Jackson counties are advised to expect delays and watch for loose rock as a new chip seal project begins the week of July 23-27. The $2 million project will apply a chip seal to three different rural highways in southern Oregon: Oregon 138W (Elkton-Sutherlin Highway), from milepost 0-9, south of Elkton in Douglas County, Oregon 542 (Powers Highway), from the Oregon 42 junction to milepost 4 in Coos County, Oregon 62 (Crater Lake Highway), from milepost 22 to 29, near the community of Trail in Jackson County. Prime contractor Harney Rock & Paving is scheduled to start chip sealing the Elkton-Sutherlin Highway the week of July 23-27. The work will then move to Powers Highway, followed by Crater Lake Highway in early August. Construction will require weekday lane closures and delays up to 20 minutes. Flaggers and pilot cars will provide traffic control. Speeds will be reduced through the work zone. Motorists are advised to slow down, drive with caution, and allow extra space when following other vehicles. Chip seals often result in loose rock and oil splatter for a couple weeks after construction has been completed. Motorists who are concerned about potential damage to their vehicles are advised to use alternate routes. All work is weather dependent, and schedules are subject to change without notice. Additional clean-up and striping work may continue into late August. Accommodations will be provided for bicyclists and pedestrians, including individuals with disabilities, traveling through the work zone. For more information and maps of the project areas, visit

North Bend City Council

NB School Board
North Bend School District public meetings currently scheduled for July: July 23, 2018 – Special Meeting Board Work Session, North Bend District Office at 5:30 p.m., 1913 Meade St., North Bend, OR

DOGAMI Governing Board Special Meeting
The Governing Board of the Department of Geology and Mineral Industries will meet in a special session on July 23, 2018 in order to review and approve the agency’s budget request for the 2019-2021 biennium. The meeting will be called to order at Noon at the Portland State Office Building, 800 NE Oregon St, Portland in Suite 965. The meeting agenda is posted on the agency’s website at

Law Enforcement on the Rogue
The Oregon State Marine Board will conduct its week-long law enforcement jet boat course on the Rogue River between Gold Beach and Foster Bar during the week of July 23 – July 26.  This intensive course focuses on boat operation, marine law, swift water rescue, and boat trailering. The training focuses on honing boat operating skills.  “This is critical training for law enforcement and we’re excited to be returning to Gold Beach,” says Ed Persichetti, Law Enforcement Training Coordinator for the Marine Board.  “We’ve selected this week to hopefully minimize disruption to recreational boaters, but we still request the public’s patience.  The students will need room to work because they will be very focused on reading the river, avoiding other boaters, and navigating whitewater, wind and chop.”  Students who attend the Marine Board’s Whitewater Jet Boat Training bring a range of skills from the novice operator to advanced operator.  “Boating is an apprenticeship where we’re learning every day.  One of the goals of the training is to pair up an experienced marine deputy with a new jet boat operator.  Incorporating expertise with students new to jet boating is why our Law Enforcement training is such a rewarding experience for everyone,” says Persichetti.  “This is a unique course in that it is the only one in the nation that offers this type of specialized training.” Signs will be posted at local access sites about the training operations and notices have also been sent to all the registered fishing guides in the area.  In addition to boat handling exercises in whitewater conditions, marine deputies will also learn how to dis-assemble service and reassemble jet pumps, learn anchoring and chocking techniques, and how to navigate all stages of whitewater rapids.  “Fast action and skill are required by marine officers, and this kind of training can mean the difference between a saved life or not,” Persichetti says. The Marine Board contracts with 32 Sheriff’s Offices and the Oregon State Police for marine law enforcement services, including search and rescue operations, and boating safety education.  Contracts with the County Sheriff’s Offices are paid for through motorboat registrations and titling fees. For more information about the Marine Board and law enforcement services, visit

Coos County Participates in Make Someone Smile Week
BAH release – Our community has been chosen to participate in Teleflora’s Make Someone Smile Week. It’s one of the floral industry’s leading charitable projects. Throughout the week of July 23, hundreds of deserving people in Coos County and more than 30 thousand people across the country will receive floral arrangements in Teleflora’s signature yellow happy face mugs. On July 23-24 the boys and girls at The Boys and Girls Club will have instruction on making fresh flower arrangements in the Teleflora Happy Face Mugs donated by Teleflora and Greenleaf Wholesalers of Portland and Superior Greens in Springfield. The Coos Bay Elk’s Lodge has volunteered to deliver the arrangements and work with the kids during this initiative. Flower arrangements will be delivered to Bay Area Hospital (including the Bay Area Cancer Center), Avamere Health, Inland Point, Bayside Terrace, Life Care Center, Grace Project/DHS Foster Care Parents Program, Ocean Ridge, and Bay Crest Village. Robbyn Repp, the owner of Petal to the Metal Flowers, has the privilege of offering this to our Coos Community as a Teleflora Board Member, and she is the current Unit President. Last year our local community made and delivered 375 arrangements and won some tickets to a Katie Perry concert. This year we are making 650 Teleflora Happy Face mugs. Robbyn says “I am excited to teach the kids a trade and how to give back to their community. Their smiles make it all worthwhile.” For more information, contact Robbyn Repp at (541) 751-8880 or Barbara Bauder at (541) 269-8543.

Coos Bay Public Library: “Listen, Lunch & Learn”
Listen, Lunch & Learn at CBPL Monday, July 23, 2018, noon, 525 Anderson Ave, Coos Bay. Coos Bay  Public Library Foundation invites the public to “Listen, Lunch & Learn”,  a series of sessions hosted by the Oregon Coast Music Festival’s Associate/Pops conductor Adam Stern on Monday, July 23rd, Wednesday July 25, and Friday July 27th at noon in the library’s Myrtlewood room. Stern offers a fresh, entertaining and insightful approach to the discussion of the music and composers featured in the concert programs to be performed the following days July 24th, 26th and 28th.  Attendees are encouraged to bring their lunch and curiosity to the noontime lecture series. Adam Stern has been leading the Seattle Philharmonic Orchestra since 2003.  His unique programming combines beloved masterworks with musthear rarities; his programs are not merely concerts, but true musical events.  He is Music Director of the Sammamish Symphony Associate Conductor and permanent “Pops” conductor of the Oregon Coast Music Festival. For more information call 541-269-1101 or visit

Lego Club 2.0: Robotics
Lego Club 2.0: Robotics at CBPL Monday, July 23, 2 pm, Coos Bay Public Library, 525 Anderson Ave. Looking for something fun to do during summer break? Interested in robots, computer programming, or LEGO? Check out LEO Club 2.0: Robotics at Coos Bay Public Library. The library will be hosting weekly robotics demonstrations Mondays from June 25-August 13 at 2:00pm . Check it out and maybe even try some programming yourself! See our full schedule of events at For more information call 541-269-1101 LEGO Club 2.0: Robotics is sponsored the Coos Bay School District.

Private College Week in Oregon
Governor Kate Brown today declared July 23-27, 2018, Oregon Private College Week, proclaiming the “indispensable contributions of private, nonprofit colleges and universities to Oregon’s communities and to the state’s higher education attainment goals.” During Oregon Private College Week, eleven campuses will welcome hundreds of prospective students and their families. “Campus visits are an excellent way for students to determine which college might be the right fit for them, one that best supports their college and career aspirations,” said Kristen Grainger, President of the Oregon Alliance of Independent Colleges and Universities (the Alliance). “They will not only find these campuses beautiful and welcoming, they will learn more about the advantages of the small college experience, such as student to faculty ratios of 11 to 1.” Together, the independent, nonprofit colleges and universities that comprise the Alliance offer degrees in more than 260 fields of study, including engineering, business, law, and computer science. Oregon’s private higher education sector enrolls 19 percent of the state’s undergraduate students, awards 23 percent of its undergraduate degrees, and confers one in four of STEM and health baccalaureate degrees earned by students of color. Three out of five students enrolled at one of Oregon’s private nonprofit colleges finish their bachelor’s degrees in four years, compared to three of five public university students who, according to the Higher Education Coordinating Commission, take six years to complete their undergraduate degrees. “Private nonprofit colleges work very hard to help students graduate in four years,” Grainger said. “Every term beyond four years not only means more tuition and fees, it means lost earnings because of a delayed re-entry into the workforce. This delay significantly drives up the total out-of-pocket cost of a college degree.” During Oregon Private College Week, prospective students and their families as well as community-based college access programs such as GEARUP and College Dreams are invited to visit, explore, ask questions, and learn about academic programs and financial aid, talk to admissions staff, and tour the campuses. College officials will also counter with facts many commonly-held myths about private higher education: Private college students are economically, socially, and racially diverse. Nearly one in three undergraduates at an Alliance member institution receives/is eligible for Federal Pell grants. One in five is the first in their family to attend college, and one in three is a student from a demographic group historically underrepresented on the nation’s college campuses. Private colleges are focused on student success. One of the best indicators of success is class size, and the student to faculty ratio averages 11:1. Strong campus communities offer plenty of student support, advising, and hands-on learning applicable to real-world careers. Private college is affordable. Ninety-three percent of first time, first year students at private, nonprofit colleges and universities receive financial aid, with awards averaging more than $20,000 per year. Campus visitation sessions will begin on participating campuses at 9 a.m. and at 2 p.m., Monday through Friday, July 23-27. For more information about Oregon Private College Week, or to view a list of participating colleges, or to register, please visit

Operation Ship Shape
The Oregon State Marine Board, in partnership with 32 county sheriff’s offices and the Oregon State Police will be focusing their enforcement efforts on boaters with lapsed boat registrations during the weekend of August 4-5, 2018 for “Operation Ship Shape.” “So far this year, marine law enforcement officers are reporting unusually high numbers of unregistered boats,” says Randy Henry, Boating Safety Program Manager for the Marine Board.  “This means that those registered boaters who are playing by the rules are carrying the load for everyone else.  Without adequate revenue, the agency is forced to cut funds to our law enforcement programs which ultimately mean fewer patrol boats on the water and longer response times in emergency incidents.” “We’re at a five year high for fatalities so far this year, and we cannot afford to reduce our agency’s services, so we’re simply making sure that all motorboats –any boat with any mechanical propulsion, whether gas, electric, diesel or solar, and all sailboats 12 feet or longer, are currently registered.”  Henry adds, “The fine for lapsed boat registration is $265, which is far more than the cost of the boat registration itself.  Fines do not come back to the Marine Board.  When collected, those fines go into the state’s general fund.  It’s better for all of us if you register your boat now than wait for a fine.” Motorboat registrations are $4.50 per foot, rounded to the highest foot plus $5 for the aquatic invasive species prevention program.  For example, a 16 foot outboard motorboat would cost $77.  Registrations are valid for two calendar years. Boaters can renew their boat registration online at, or can visit their local registration agent.  Boaters can print off a temporary permit after successfully completing their transaction online or will be issued a temporary permit through an agent for an additional fee.  If you need assistance renewing online, please contact the Marine Board at or 503-378-8587. For a list of registration agents, visit

Douglas Co. Fatal
On Sunday July 22, 2018, at approximately 1:50 AM Oregon State Police Troopers and emergency personnel responded to a report of a roll over crash on Interstate 5 near mile post 102 northbound in Douglas County. Preliminary investigation revealed that a brown 1985 Ford Bronco drove of the roadway, rolled and came to rest on I – 5. I-5 northbound was closed for an hour and 20 minutes following the crash. Zakary  Mendenhall, age 19 of Roseburg, was operating the Bronco.  Mendenhall suffered fatal injuries and was pronounced deceased at the scene. Passengers in the Bronco, Sydnee Kibbey, age 18 of Myrtle Creek, and Jenaka Black, age 20 of Roseburg, both suffered injuries in the crash and were transported to the hospital.

Umatilla Co. Fatal
On Sunday, July 22, 2018 at about 3:25 AM, Oregon State Troopers and emergency personnel responded to the report of a single vehicle roll over crash on OR-11 at milepost 1.7. The preliminary investigation revealed that a  Chevrolet SUV was traveling south bound on OR-11 when for an unknown reason veered off of the road and struck a power pole.  The SUV rolled  multiple times.  The driver suffered fatal injuries and was pronounced deceased at the scene. OR-11 was not closed following the crash.  Leodoro Ruval Caba Ruval Caba, age 50 of Pendleton, suffered fatal injuries in the crash and was pronounced deceased at the scene. He was alone in the vehicle at the time of the crash.

Meth Seizure Douglas Co.
During the late night hours of July 18th, 2018, DINT Detectives, along with help from the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle in Sutherlin, Oregon.  The vehicle had been southbound on Interstate 5, traveling at a high rate of speed.  The passenger in the vehicle, 22 year Patrick Todd of Roseburg, was immediately arrested as he had an outstanding warrant for his arrest.  A search of the vehicle revealed a concealed handgun, as well as approximately 2 ounces of methamphetamine, and other drug paraphernalia to include scales, packaging materials, syringes, etc. Patrick Todd was lodged at the Douglas County Jail on charges of Unlawful Possession of Methamphetamine, Unlawful Delivery of Methamphetamine, Felon in Possession of Firearm. 36 year old Bradley Evans of Winston was cited and released on the charge of Unlawful Possession of Methamphetamine.

Joe Ney Elude
CCSO release – On July 19, 2018 at about 2:15 pm, Coos County Sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to the end of Joe Ney Lane in the Charleston area of Coos County regarding a suspicious vehicle. A county road department employee said a black BMW was parked at the end of Joe Ney Lane by the old county dump which has a locked gate. When the deputies arrived in the area, they were unable to locate the vehicle. A few minutes later, a deputy observed the vehicle on Crown Point Road headed towards Libby Lane. When the deputy got behind the vehicle, it accelerated at a high rate of speed and using his radar the deputy saw a speed reading of 65 Miles per Hour (MPH) in a 30 MPH zone. The deputy attempted to stop the vehicle and the vehicle began to flee. The vehicle continued onto Cape Arago Highway, failing to stop at the stop sign at the intersection with Libby Lane. A single deputy began to give chase. The vehicle turned onto Boat Basin Road and then onto the gravel portion Coos Head Road. The vehicle then turned off the gravel portion and onto the paved portion near the old Coos Head Navel base. An officer from Confederated Trial Police was in the area heading west from Cape Arago Highway toward the old naval base. The black BMW vehicle pulled onto the road and began driving straight at the Tribal officer. The Tribal officer attempted to get out of the road by veering to the right and the BMW collided with his patrol car. The driver of the BMW fled on foot from the car and into the brush. As deputies arrived on scene with several other officers from adjoining jurisdictions they established a perimeter. There were three other occupants in the vehicle, who were detained during the investigation. One of the passengers, Alysha Browning, had warrants for her arrest out of Washington County and she was arrested for those warrants. Deputies requested the assistance of a K9 and Coos County Sheriff’s Office K9 Odin was dispatched to the scene. K9 Odin tracked for about 20 minutes, through typical south coast vegetation. The K9 and its team were crawling at points as they went about a mile and a half, north through Bureau of Land Management property and onto University of Oregon property in close proximity to the back of the Oregon Institute of Marine Biology before locating the suspect. When the deputies attempted to arrest the suspect, he became aggressive and resisted their efforts and punched K9 Odin during the struggle. Ultimately the suspect was taken under control and apprehended. The driver who had fled was identified as Ronald Evans Jr, 38 years old of Coos Bay. Evans was arrested for the above listed charges. Evans was taken to Bay Area Hospital for medical treatment, and then taken to the Coos County Jail, where he was booked and lodged on $165,000.00 bail. The Coos County Sheriff’s Office was assisted by Oregon State Police, Confederated Tribal Police, North Bend Police and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration uniformed Federal Law Enforcement officer.

Probation Violation
According to an entry on the North Bend Police log for Thursday, July 19, 12:48 a.m., 2900 block Broadway, “report of disturbance outside at location, officer respond, contacted subjects.  Subject arrested for Probation Violation,” 34-year old Vanessa Renae Johnson, North Bend, taken into custody on Detainer by a Parole Officer.  Transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.

Criminal Trespass
According to an entry on the Coos Bay Police log for Thursday, July 19, 6:13 a.m., 200 block W. Market Ave., “criminal trespass,” 61-year old Lagrand Sandine charged with Criminal Trespass II and transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.

Probation Violation
According to an entry on the Coos Bay Police log for Thursday, July 19, 2:24 p.m., Pacific & Wasson, 32-year old Cory Lynn Webber charged with Probation Violation and transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.

According to an entry on the Coos Bay Police log for Thursday, July 19, 5:03 p.m., 2700 block Woodland Dr., 22-year old Finley Leo Burto Harris charged with Assault II & Probation Violation.  Transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.

Ice Bandit
According to an entry on the Coquille Police log for Thursday, July 19, 12:50 a.m., 240 Hwy. 42, Coquille Hwy. Deli, “shoplift of a bag of ice.”  At 1:10 a.m., Hwy. 42 & Lee Valley Rd., “follow up.  Out with suspect vehicle from shoplift,” 56-year old Jeffrey Evans charged with Theft III and transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.

According to an entry on the North Bend Police log for Friday, July 20, 8:20 a.m., 2131 Newmark St., “BiMart reported theft that occurred last night. Officer respond / report taken Theft 1 value $207.00.”

According to an entry on the North Bend Police log for Friday, July 20, 9:54 a.m., 1900 block Virginia Ave., “warrant service,” 28-year old Jessica Dixon taken into custody on NBPD warrant charging Failure to Appear on Possession of Meth & PCS Schedule I.  Also, CBPD warrants charging FTA on Possession Meth, & FTA on FTA 1st Degree.  Transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.

Hit & Run
According to an entry on the North Bend Police log for Friday, July 20, 10:55 a.m., Broadway & 16th St., “outside agency reported hit & run that occurred at location.  Officers and NB Medical repond.  OSP located suspect vehicle at Commercial & Ash St.,” 47-year old Christopher Lesco cited for Failure to Perform Duties of Driver and Reckless Driving.  “Registered owner business was permitted to pick up vehicle.”  Operator No. 2 was identified as 60-year old Jolie Hammer.

According to an entry on the North Bend Police log for Friday, July 20, 3:48 p.m., 3201 Tremont Ave., “Mill Security request officer for issue with item seen in vehicle,” 56-year old John Michael Lander, Roseburg, served Oregon State Parole Board warrant for Probation Violation on original charge of Assault on an Officer.  Transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.

According to an entry on the North Bend Police log for Saturday, July 21, 2:04 a.m., 1900 block Virginia Ave., “RP reported he was assaulted by brother,” 36-year old Jason Daniels, North Bend, charged with Assault IV Domestic and transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.

Warrant/Lincoln Co.
According to an entry on the Coos Bay Police log for Friday, July 20, 7:30 a.m., 225 W. Olive, St., Newport, Lincoln County SO, 27-year old Tyler Joseph Scott Harden arrested on CBPD warrant for Contempt of Court Violation of Restraining Order.  Lodged in the Lincoln Co. Jail.

According to an entry on the Coos Bay Police log for Friday, July 20, 5:46 p.m., “Sutherlin PD arrested” 28-year old Justin Connell Stevens on CQPD warrant charging FTA on DUII charge, and FTA on FTA II, and FTA on FTA on a Citation.  Transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.

According to an entry on the North Bend Police log for Saturday, July 21, 9:17 a.m., 1100 block Crocker St., “officer contacted subject at location,” 48-year old Timothy Thomas, Coos Bay, arrested on Violation of Restraining Order charge.  Transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.

According to an entry on the North Bend Police log for Saturday, July 21, 11:14 p.m., Broadway & Newmark, “CBPD 128 reports male subject walking, yelling and screaming.  Possible subjects they have been getting calls on,” 34-year old Michael Garrett charged with Disorderly Conduct II.  Also cited for Disorderly Conduct II and Criminal Mischief III.  Transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.

According to an entry on the North Bend Police log for Sunday, July 22, 12:17 a.m., 1900 block Union Ave., “traffic stop,” 36-year old Jimy Villa Flores, Coos Bay, cited and released for DUII (BAC 0.16%), also cited for Unlawful Right Turn.

Attempted Elude
According to an entry on the Coos Bay Police log for Saturday, July 21, 10:22 p.m., Central & 10th, “result of traffic stop,” 29-year old Paul Jackson charged with Attempt to Elude and transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.

According to an entry on the Coquille Police log for Saturday, July 21, 1:51 p.m., 100 block N. Adams St., “subject laying on the sidewalk in front of location,” 29-year old Jacob Shelton charged with Disorderly Conduct and transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.

According to an entry on the Coquille Police log for Saturday, July 21, 5:23 p.m, So. Cedar St., Rivers Edge RV, “subject in CCJ lobby requesting to file police report, subject refusing to leave her motorhome,” 55-year old Jeffrey Brugnoli charged with Contempt of Court and transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.

Morning fog followed by afternoon sunshine along the South Coast today.  Highs in the upper 60s and winds from the North to Northwest at 10-20 mph.  Partly cloudy tonight with lows in the lower 50s and winds from the North to Northwest at 10-15 mph.  Partly cloudy on Tuesday.




American Legion
North Coos Waterfront won the ‘A’ Area 4 North American Legion baseball championship with an 18-2 record, 27-3 overall.  South Coos finishes at 3-15 & 4-16 overall.  Next up for the Waterfront is the State Tournament at Clyde Allen Field in North Bend, July 26-29.




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