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News Releases
Extreme Fire Danger and Burn Ban in Seaside - 09/08/22

Seaside, Ore. – Sept. 8, 2022 – The Oregon Department of Forestry Astoria District has declared an Extreme Fire Danger for the North Oregon Coast, including all of the City of Seaside, effective 1 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 9, 2022.

Under an Extreme Fire Danger, all campfires in Seaside (including beach fires) are prohibited, trails are closed to motorized use, and most spark-emitting activities are prohibited, such as welding in forest environments, non-industrial use of chainsaws, and mowing of cured grasses.

Low humidity combined with strong east winds make for the riskiest fire conditions faced in our region so far this year. Dangerous conditions are expected to begin Friday morning, peak Friday night, and remain on Saturday, according to ODF. During this time, fires may start easily and spread quickly.

The public is urged to use caution and observe the restrictions until the Fire Danger Level is lowered.

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Jeremy Morinville as seen in a photo taken on August 28, 2022
Jeremy Morinville as seen in a photo taken on August 28, 2022
Update: Morinville Arrested in South Dakota (Photo) - 09/06/22

Seaside, Ore. – September 6, 2022 – On Monday, September 5, 2022, at approximately 7:20 p.m., the Minnehaha County Sheriff’s Office in South Dakota was able to locate and arrest Jeremy Morinville without incident in the 4100 block of W Maple St in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Morinville is currently in custody in the Minnehaha County Jail charged as a Fugitive from Justice. While the Seaside Police Department continues to work this active case, no other information is available at this time. 

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Seaside, Ore. – August 28, 2022 – On Sunday August 28, 2022, at approximately 2:47 p.m., the Seaside Police Department received a report that a gunshot wound victim was being treated at Providence Seaside Hospital. Police soon learned the victim had been shot at his home and drove himself to the hospital for treatment. The victim sustained non-life-threatening injuries but was transported to a Portland area hospital for continuing medical care.  

The suspect was identified as Jeremy Lee Morinville, 24, of Warrenton. Although the victim and suspect are known to each other - and police believe this was not a random encounter - Morinville is not in custody and should be considered armed and dangerous. Morinville was recently released from prison.  

Anyone with information on Morinville’s whereabouts is asked to call 911. If you have information regarding this case, you are asked to contact Sgt. Detective Gregory of the Seaside Police Department at (503) 738-6311. 

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