Woman arrested for trespass

Christina Goodenough, 39, of Lincoln City, was arrested April 22 when a Lincoln City resident told law enforcement she was trespassing on his neighbor’s property.

According to an affidavit of probable cause filed April 25, Goodenough was seen sitting on the deck of a home that did not belong to her, and a neighbor called the police on behalf of the property owner, who lives in New York. The neighbor and his cousin went to the property to confront Goodenough, who they say “gave them lip” when asked to leave, but left the property after the two called the police.

Lincoln City police officers responded and made contact with Goodenough while she was walking down the nearby highway. She reportedly refused to stop and talk to officers and eventually fled across the road, forcing traffic to stop to avoid hitting her, the affidavit states.

Officers eventually tried to detain Goodenough and forced her to the ground where she continued to resist while being handcuffed. She reportedly continued acting belligerent even after being placed in a patrol car and repeatedly kicked the seat while being transported to the Lincoln County Jail.

Goodenough was charged with second-degree criminal trespass, second-degree disorderly conduct, third-degree criminal mischief and resisting arrest. She pleaded not guilty to those charges and signed a conditional release agreement stating she would stay away from the properties and their owners, as well as avoid using alcohol and controlled substances. An early resolution conference for the case is scheduled for May 23.

Man with drugs flees police

Jeffery Bagley, 60, of Lincoln City, was arrested and charged with third-degree escape and possession of methamphetamine April 24 after police say he fled when they attempted to take him into custody on an unrelated warrant.

According to an affidavit of probable cause filed April 25, a Lincoln City Police Department officer spotted Bagley walking on Highway 101 in Lincoln City and attempted to stop and place him under arrest for an outstanding warrant.

As the officer called to him, Bagley reportedly tried to hide his face, and when the officer told him he was under arrest, Bagley attempted to flee into the nearby woods. The officer followed and took Bagley into custody, seizing a bag of methamphetamine Bagley said was in his pocket.

Bagley was transported to the Lincoln County Jail, where he remains housed on $15,000 bond. An early resolution conference in the case is scheduled for May 16.

Man steals hospital vehicle

Angel Marshall, 28, of Florence, was arrested April 25 after police say he stole a Samaritan Health pickup from the community health building in Newport and drove it to Waldport before being apprehended by sheriff’s deputies.

According to a pair of probable cause affidavits filed April 26, a Samaritan Health worker contacted law enforcement around 12:23 p.m. April 25 after he heard his pickup start while he was inside the community health building and saw it being driven away by a man wearing a bright shirt and a stocking cap. The worker had reportedly left the keys inside the vehicle, a 2008 Ford F250 truck, and no one aside from himself had permission to take it.

Around 15 minutes later, Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office deputies located the vehicle crossing the Alsea Bay Bridge near Waldport “at a high rate of speed” and conducted a “high risk” traffic stop. Deputies made contact with the driver, Marshall, who identified himself at the time as “Patrick David Marshall,” according to the affidavits.

Deputies told Marshall several times to exit the vehicle because he was being detained, but Marshall reportedly refused and resisted when deputies grabbed him by the wrist. Deputies continued to speak with Marshal for several minutes and told him he was under arrest for stealing the truck, but Marshall argued it wasn’t stolen because he was in possession of the keys, the affidavits state.

Deputies eventually pulled Marshall from the vehicle, and he continued to resist as they attempted to place handcuffs on him. He reportedly said, “If you guys want to fight I would beat you,” to officers as they were wrestling with him.

Marshall was arrested and taken to the Lincoln County Jail, where he was identified by his real name. He remains housed there on $100,000 bond. A probable cause hearing for the case was scheduled for May 3.

Woman arrested after pursuit

Kelly Jean Knapp, 37, of Portland, was arrested Friday after Toledo Police Department officers say she attempted to elude a pursuing officer and was later found in possession of multiple controlled substances after being pulled over.

According to an affidavit of probable cause filed Friday, Knapp's was observed swerving into multiple lanes of traffic on Highway 20 near Radio Court in Toledo. A nearby Toledo police officer began a pursuit that lasted 35 miles before Knapp’s vehicle was disabled with spoke strips near Priest Road on Highway 20.

During the pursuit, Knapp reportedly drove into other lanes multiple times and varied speed from 35 to 90 miles per hour.

Knapp and two unnamed passengers were removed from the vehicle, and during a search, officers found 14 grams of methamphetamine and 36 fentanyl pills inside, the affidavit states.

Knapp was arrested and charged with reckless driving, unlawful possession of methamphetamine and fentanyl, reckless endangering and giving false information to a police officer. She was housed at the Lincoln County Jail and signed a conditional release agreement April 30. A probable cause hearing for the case was scheduled for May 4.

Man crashes into patrol cars

John Paul Frederic, 50, of Toledo, was arrested April 28 after Toledo Police Department officers say he drove his car to the Toledo police station and rammed two patrol cars in a deliberate attempt to get himself arrested.

According to an affidavit filed April 29, Frederic was arrested by Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office deputies on April 28 after he told Toledo police officers he drove his pickup into their vehicles on purpose in order to get himself back into jail to help resolve other “court issues” he was involved with.

Frederic is charged with reckless driving and first-degree criminal mischief before being taken to the Lincoln County Jail, where he remains on $50,000 bond. A probable cause hearing for his case is set for May 6.

Man arrested after being ejected from casino

Cameron Lee Cain, 25, of Aloha, was arrested April 16 after staff at the Chinook Winds Casino told Lincoln City police officers he refused to leave the property, began breaking things and was scaring other guests.

According to an affidavit of probable cause filed April 18, Cain was asked to leave the casino around 12:28 a.m. by staff and security, but he instead went to a hotel room and began breaking things. Staff called the police, which also received calls from other casino guests who said they were concerned about the noise coming from Cain’s room.

Officers reportedly made contact with Cain as he exited the hotel room, but he fled back inside and began barricading the door after seeing them. He eventually exited the room again and was detained by police, who then inspected the room and found he damaged several of the room’s items, including a $400 phone.

Cain is charged with second and third-degree mischief, second-degree trespass and second-degree disorderly conduct. He was lodged at the Lincoln County Jail and released Monday after signing a conditional release agreement requiring he not return to the casino. An early resolution hearing for the case is scheduled for June 13.

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