Sheriff: Coos Bay woman arrested on warrants, released due to overcrowding


    Deanna Solinger (Coos County Sheriff's Office booking photo)

    COQUILLE, Ore. -- A Coos Bay woman who has been arrested multiple times this month was jailed again Wednesday and released due to overcrowding, authorities say.

    Around 10 a.m. Wednesday, Coos County Sheriff’s deputies made contact with 45-year-old Deanna Solinger near the Davey Jones Locker store in Charleston.

    The deputies had prior knowledge Solinger had several outstanding warrants for her arrest, the report says.

    Solinger was arrested without incident and transported to Coos County Jail without further incident.

    The warrants for her arrest were for failure to appear on disorderly conduct, harassment ($5,000 bail), and resisting arrest and disorderly conduct ($10,000 bail).

    Solinger was released on her own recognizance due to overcrowding, the sheriff's office reported.

    "There are only a minimal amount of the 98 beds for females in custody," the sheriff's office added.

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