Beaverton Police Logs
Monday, Sept. 12
n Ted Swyers, 58, of Beaverton, was stopped on suspicion of DUII. He also had an outstanding warrant. It was reported that subsequent searches led to discovery of heroin, methadone and prescription narcotics.
n Kristina Lynn Dodd, 31, of Vancouver, Wash. Was arrested on suspicion of theft of $180 of Poo-Pourii toilet products from Craft Warehouse on Southwest Cedar Hills Boulevard.
n Two suspects stole approximately $2,800 worth of merchandise from Fred Meyer, 11425 S.W. Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy. Loss prevention recovered all the property, but both suspects left the scene in a 1993 gold Jeep Cherokee that was recently sold. Officers were attempting to locate the new owner of the vehicle.
n A counterfeit $20 was reported at the 76 station on Southwest Canyon Road.
n Approximately $1,200 in belongings was reported stolen from a vehicle on Southwest Canyon Road.
Tuesday, Sept. 13
n A driver on Southwest Jenkins Road swerved to miss a raccoon and lost control of his vehicle, going off the road and striking a fence.
n A driver who reportedly wasnt paying attention on Sunset Highway at Northwest 185th Avenue totaled his vehicle when he rear-ended the vehicle in front of him. There were no injuries reported.
n Unknown suspect(s) siphoned gas from a fleet vehicle at Oregon Hot Tub on Northwest Bethany Court. The manager at the location believes the suspects are campers who live along Northwest 167th and Northwest Twin Oaks.
n Beaverton Police officers responded to Southwest Parkview Loop regarding a man having a psychotic break. He menaced his mother with a large hunting knife while officers responded. He then started walking toward Greenway Elementary before being taken into custody.
n A crash occurred in the area of Highway 217 and Southwest Denney Road when
two vehicles tried to merge into the center lane at same time. There were no injuries reported.
n A suspended and uninsured driver rear-ended another vehicle on Southwest Canyon Road near the intersection of Southwest Walker Road when the drivers lap dog got onto the drivers side floorboard interfering with the brake pedal.
n A crash took place on Northwest Murray Boulevard near Northwest Milburn Street when a vehicle made a sudden left turn crashing into another vehicle and causing extensive damage to both vehicles. No injuries were reported.
n An unknown man took a backpack off of a table and left a business on Southwest Beaverton Hillsdale Highway. The backpack contained several cellphones, a wallet, a checkbook, car keys for two separate vehicles, as well as customer checks for a day care business.
n Kori Rae Ramirez, 38, of Portland and Philip Edward McCurdy, 41, of Portland were arrested at a hotel on Southwest Tualatin Valley Highway and charged with theft of a vehicle and possession of methamphetamine.
Wednesday, Sept. 14
n Ryan Douglas Schaeffer, 28, of Beaverton was arrested on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol after reportedly spinning doughnuts directly across the street from the Beaverton Police Department.
n A vehicle that failed to yield on a flashing yellow while making a left turn was struck by a northbound vehicle, pushing the vehicle into a semi-truck in the area of Southwest 158th Avenue and Southwest Walker Road. Minor injuries were reported.
n A woman was arrested for being engaged in prostitution on Southwest 158th Avenue.
n A traffic stop led to the arrest of a fugitive from Washington state in the area of Southwest Walker Road and Southwest Greystone Court.
n A traffic stop ended with the confiscation of marijuana at Southwest Scholls Ferry Road and Southwest Loon Drive.
n A counterfeit $5 was passed at a 76 station on Southwest Canyon Road.
n A rear passenger window was broken out of a vehicle and a GPS was reported stolen on Southwest 170th Avenue.
Thursday, Sept. 15
n Child abuse and pornography led to the arrest of a man on Southwest 17th Street.
n A woman attempted to cash a forged check at Banner Bank on Southwest Cedar Hills Boulevard. She reportedly left with the check.
n Approximately $3,000 in items were stolen from a vehicle on Northwest Gateway Court when a thief smashed in the vehicle windows overnight.
n Jonathan Alois Schmalz, 35, of Hillsboro was charged with disorderly conduct after screaming at passing traffic on Southwest Cedar Hills Boulevard. He reportedly became angry when a driver honked at him and he proceeded to kick the vehicle. He then reportedly ran across Southwest Cedar Hills Boulevard, stopping all lanes of traffic and trying to fight several people including police.
n A woman swimming in a hotel pool on Southwest Allen Boulevard was arrested on drug charges that included cocaine and heroin, and was served with previous drug-related warrants.
n Michael Christopher Huber, 36, of Beaverton was reportedly visibly impaired when he crashed into a construction zone on Southwest Murray Boulevard and Southwest Farmington Road. He was charged with driving under the influence of drugs.
n Two men were arrested after reportedly causing public alarm by yelling racial epithets at Center Park on Southwest 121st Avenue.
Saturday, Sept. 17
n Alexander Guzman-Matos, 40, of Beaverton was arrested and charged with reckless driving after he reportedly drove 80-90 mph without headlights on Highway 26 eastbound. He reportedly lost control of his vehicle, crashed into a barrier and rolled the vehicle several times before coming to rest.
n John Lavon J. Nerness, 56, of Portland was arrested after reportedly attempting to use a stolen credit card at multiple locations on Southwest Cedar Hills Boulevard. The card had been missing for less than 24 hours and in that time had nearly $500 in fraudulent charges.
n A stolen vehicle that was involved in a crash was recovered by authorities on Highway 26 westbound near the exit to Highway 217.
n Royce Edward Reid, 26, of Portland was arrested following a hit-and-run crash. Three witnesses reported the suspect information to authorities, which led to his arrest in the area of Highway 26 eastbound and Northwest Murray Road.
n A vehicle window was shot with a BB gun on Southwest Cindy Street.
n A residential burglary was reported after a $1,300 bicycle was stolen from a home on Southwest Wembley Place. The victim received text messages from an ex-girlfriend admitting she entered his home and took the bike, but she refuses to return it.