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Head-On Crash Leads To Hit & Run, DUII Arrest (Photo) - 06/17/24

On Wednesday, June 12, 2024, around 10:32 PM, LCPD Officers responded to a head-on traffic collision on N Highway 101 near NE West Devils Lake Rd. One of the involved drivers fled the scene of the collision prior to officers arrival. The victim driver did not report any injuries. Officers began an investigation into the crash and were initially unable to locate the suspect vehicle. 

Around 11:45 PM, a witness called LCPD to report a vehicle, matching the description of the suspect vehicle, had pulled into the South Circle-K Gas Station with heavy front-end damage and smoke coming from the engine. LCPD Officers quickly responded and located Heather Callin, age 45 of Lincoln City, in the driver seat. 

Base on the incident investigation, Heather Callin was arrested on charges of DUII, Fail to Perform Duties as a Driver (Hit & Run), and Reckless Driving. She was subsequently transported to the Lincoln County Jail where she was lodged on the listed charges. 

The Lincoln City Police Department would like to thank the observant citizen witness for their assistance in locating the involved vehicle and driver and helping to take an intoxicated driver off the streets. This is a great example of how the partnership with our community members help make the community safer for everyone.    

Submitted by: Lieutenant Jeffrey Winn

Investigation Leads To Arrest In Child Sex Abuse Case (Photo) - 06/13/24

On Wednesday, June 12, 2024, Lincoln City Police arrested 53-year-old, Daniel Ryan Stuebgen, of Lincoln City at his place of business, Happy Trails Feed and Tack & U-Haul Neighbor Hood dealer, located at 2150 SE Hwy 101, Lincoln City. Mr. Stuebgen was arrested on charges of Rape 2, Sex Abuse 1 and Sodomy II.

The arrest came after a 10 month long investigation conducted by LCPD’s criminal investigations and patrol divisions as well as the Oregon DHS Office of Training, Investigations and Safety. Mr. Stuebgen is suspected of sexually assaulting a 12 year old child during the summer of 2023 at Happy Trails Feed and Tack. During the investigation, it was learned that Mr. Stuebgen was also residing at the business location.  

If you have any information on this case please contact Det. Charles Lane at the Lincoln City Police Department, 541-994-3636. 

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Lincoln City Police Department Wins Award (Photo) - 06/05/24

On Tuesday, May 28th, 2024 the Lincoln City Police Department was awarded the LEXIPOL Gold Plaque award.  LEXIPOL is a policy management and training program designed to enhance officer knowledge and to standardize department procedures.

In receiving this award, the Lincoln City Police Department has shown a dedication to updating our policies and procedures, as well as training our officers. It is important for law enforcement agencies to keep up-to-date with the most recent case law, criminal procedures, and ethical standards.

The Lincoln City Police Department would also like to recognize Lieutenant Jeffrey Winn. Lt Winn spearheads the LEXIPOL program at our department and is instrumental in ensuring officers are completing their training.  He also creates and update our policies on a regular basis.  Without his work, our department would not have achieved this award.

Submitted By: Sergeant Torin Liden

 

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Lincoln City Police Assists In International Arrest - 05/28/24

On May 16th, 2024 the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) conducted an arrest in Novia Scotia on a 25-year-old Masstown resident, Wayne Missions.  This investigation and arrest was initiated by the Lincoln City Police Department’s investigation.

Officer Orazio of the Lincoln City Police Department had developed probable cause to arrest Mr. Missions based on his contact with underage people, as well as several pictures and videos he sent. Once Officer Orazio was able to positively identify Mr. Missions, as well as identify his location, he provided his investigation information to the RCMP.

RCMP was able to locate and arrest Mr. Missions on charges of:

-Luring a Child

-Possession of Child Pornography

-Transmit Child Pornography

-Making Sexually Explicit Material Available to a Child

-Inciting Bestiality

This arrest was the results of an almost year-long investigation involving the efforts of several LCPD officers, as well as the partnership and cooperation of the RCMP.  The Lincoln City Police Department would like to recognize the Colchester County District RCMP, as well as Constable Howie of the RCMP Internet Child Exploitation Unit.  This was an excellent example of interagency and international cooperation in an effort to protect children.

Additional information can be found at: 

https://www.facebook.com/rcmpns/posts/pfbid0m1pYZsQnjsknYA4VhiWDMXcMZTtt6cREZaGtLyZZ9C77CvzetJQXASFYrwRzSvaCl

Submitted by: Sgt. Torin Liden 

                      Lieutenant Jeffrey Winn