Police blotter



May 15, 3:10 p.m.: The school resource officer at Wilson High School, located at 1151 S.W. Vermont St., saw 18-year-old Nicholas Dempsey on school grounds and recognized him from a prior arrest for the distribution of marijuana. At the time of the arrest, Dempsey had been trespassed from the school. This time, when the officer went to arrest Dempsey, he resisted, pushing the officer away and trying to run. The officer grabbed his arm, and

Dempsey tried to push him again, continuing to try and pull away. The officer took Dempsey to the ground, who continued to fight back. After a short struggle, the officer placed Dempsey in handcuffs. During the struggle, a second person had grabbed Dempsey's backpack and left the scene. Later, a student returned the backpack empty to the officer. Dempsey was taken to jail and charged with second-degree trespass and resisting arrest.

May 21, 11:06 a.m.: An elderly woman called from the 2700 block of Southwest Bertha Boulevard to report an attempted phone scam. A man had called claiming to be her grandson and asking for money. The woman found this suspicious and hung up.

May 25, 8:57 p.m.: A motorist called from the intersection of Southwest Barbur Boulevard and Southwest Brier Place to report a woman walking along Southwest Barbur Boulevard dressed in dark clothing. He thought she was suspicious and asked police to check. Officers responded, identifying 18-year-old Michelle Adarr and arresting her on a Marion County warrant for failing to appear on a harassment charge. She was taken to jail.

May 29, 12:06 a.m.: A woman in the 7800 block of Southwest Capitol Hill Road called police to report seeing a female inside her Toyota Camry and two males standing outside it. The

suspects were described as a 20-year-old white female who was 5-foot-5, of medium build and wearing a red hoodie and two while male teens, both around 5-foot-10 with short hair. One of the males was wearing a light-colored shirt, and both had skateboards. Officers could not locate the suspects when they arrived. They were last seen leaving southbound on foot on Southwest Capitol Hill Road. Nothing was damaged, and nothing was taken.

June 2, 10:16 p.m.: A man called AAA from the 4300 block of Southwest Twombly Avenue requesting his car be towed out of a yard on the street. AAA found this suspicious and asked police to check before they dispatched a tow truck. Officers responded and found 72-year-old Brian Aveney, who had crashed his four-door Saturn into a residential front lawn. With a BAC of .12, he was arrested on charges of DUII and reckless driving and taken to jail.

June 13, 10 a.m.: The vice principal at Wilson High School, located at 1151 S.W. Vermont St., called to report a student who was caught with individual baggies of marijuana that appeared to be packaged for sale. The school resource officer responded, and the dealer was identified and will be referred to Multnomah County Juvenile Services for charges of distribution of marijuana.

June 14, 10:43 a.m.: A woman called from the 1700 block of Southwest Canby Street to report that her house had been broken into. She believed the break in had occurred sometime between the time of her call and 3 p.m. the previous day. It appeared that someone had entered a code on a lockbox and accessed the key, entering the home and taking numerous electronics. She said there is a list of people with access to the lockbox code, but it is unclear who would have committed the crime.


May 18, 3:25 p.m.: A passerby called to report seeing two white males in their late teens or early 20s handling a gun outside the 7 Eleven located at 8635 S.W. Barbur Blvd. before entering the store. Officers responded and contacted the suspects, determining it was a BB gun.

May 19, 1:48 a.m.: A traffic officer patrolling the area of Southwest 32nd Avenue and Southwest Multnomah Boulevard saw a red Toyota Carolla commit several moving violations. After pulling the vehicle over for the violations, the officer determined that the driver appeared intoxicated. The driver, 28-yearold Southwest Portland resident Ibrahim Kremid, failed a series of field sobriety tests and was arrested on charges of DUII and reckless driving. He was taken to jail.

May 20, 7:06 p.m.: Portland Police directed traffic while Portland Fire & Rescue worked to put out a fire that had fully engulfed a vehicle at the intersection of Southwest 24th Avenue and Southwest Barbur Boulevard.

May 22, 2:54 a.m.: A caller at the Boom Boom Room, located at 8343 S.W. Barbur Blvd., reported that a bouncer was fighting with someone at the bar. Officers arrived and found that the bouncer had placed 38-year-old Daniel Gibson in handcuffs. Gibson had tried to run without paying for lap dances, hitting the bouncer on his way out and sustaining physical injury. The dancer had danced for Gibson for multiple songs, running up a bill of $60. After Gibson hit the bouncer, a struggle had ensued. He was taken to jail on charges of theft of services and fourth-degree assault.

May 22, 9:54 p.m.: A man called from the 8300 block of Southwest 21st Avenue to report that a woman inside an apartment where he claimed to be living wouldn't let him in. Officers

arrived and found the man to be drunk and yelling and screaming in the parking lot. He was stomping his feet and throwing a tantrum because he was locked out. It was determined that

his name was not on the lease and that he did not live there. When officers proposed an alternative of staying in a motel for the night, the man became even more angry and started yelling even more. The man initially agreed to leave, but, at 10:44 p.m., police were called back to the residence, finding that the man had broken down the door. Officers were able to locate the man a second time, arresting 31-year-old Lee Crenshaw on a charge of second-degree disorderly conduct. He was taken to jail.

May 29, 10 a.m.: A man called from the northbound I-5 at the Barbur Boulevard exit to report that, sometime overnight, someone had stolen his 1984 light tan Ford Escort with Montana license plate PUP TAXI. The car had broken down on the freeway. It has not been recovered.

June 2, 10:03 p.m.: An anonymous caller reported a female at the Boom Boom Room, located at 8343 S.W. Barbur Blvd., was there dancing under the name "Brooklyn" and had a warrant out for her arrest. Officers arrived and found 26-year-old Lake Oswego resident Alicen Humphries, arresting her on a Clackamas County warrant for possession of heroin. She was taken to jail.

June 11, 8:24 p.m.: A woman called from the 8100 block of Southwest 37th Avenue to report that someone had broken into her house. She believes it had happened sometime between 7:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. that day. A window that could be cracked open a few inches had been found, and ladders had been moved. Taken from the home were DVDs and a book. Police have no suspect information.