n A pastor from a church in Hillsboro turned in drugs to a Forest Grove officer that were given to him by someone wanting to get clean. Officers talked to the pastor about the hazards of driving any distance with drugs in his car. They told him to call local police next time.
n Police responded to a report of a dog left in a car.
n Officers responded to a burglar alarm at a residence. While they were checking things out the homeowners arrived home but found nothing missing.
n An officer encountered a potential prickly situation after finding a porcupine walking down the middle of the street in a neighborhood. The porcupine was corralled into a nearby wooded area and away from people and other animals for its safety.
n Police responded to the 1500 block of B Street on a report of two females in swimsuits fighting in the street. They found no one matching this description.
n Officers served a search warrant and seized more than 45 grams of heroin and more than two grams of methamphetamine. The case is still under investigation.
n A man called police to report that he saw a baby cougar in the Forest Gale Heights area. Upon further inquiry the caller was not exactly sure what he saw.
n An 11-year-old girl reported that her aunt kicked her in the stomach. The case is still under investigation.
n After a man threatened his ex-girlfriend and threatened to arrive at lunch time where she worked, an officer used his lunch break to eat there and wait to see if he showed up. He didnt show.
n Police responded to an auto-bicycle crash at 21st Place near Cedar Street. An 11-year-old girl was transported to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
n Police responded to a call of a 12-year-old girl threatening to jump from a balcony. A therapist was on scene and the situation was defused.
n Officers assisted the fire department with a call from a woman who had fallen and couldnt get up.
n Officers responded to a disturbance between two neighbors arguing over a pair of pajama bottoms and the property line.
n Police were called to check on a neighbor who had reportedly been acting strange, hallucinating and had not shown up for work. Officers contacted the subject who needed someone to talk to. The man was referred to crisis counselor.
n A man reported prescription medication missing from his home and suspects his home health care providers.
n Police completed a welfare check after receiving a report of a child lying in the park. It turned out to be a 52-year-old man.
n A woman called police after her ex showed up wanting to see his child at 1 a.m. He left after police arrived.
n A 70-year-old man was stopped by police after he was reported as an intoxicated driver. The man was not intoxicated but admitted to cell phone use while he was driving.
n A woman reported receiving profanity-filled harassing phone calls from a craigslist seller after she apparently called too early in the morning in response to the ad.
n Officers responded to a threat of suicide at an area assisted living center. Police learned the subject was not suicidal, but very much wanted Nicorette, a patch or a cigarette.
n Officers responded to a separate assisted living center because a patient tried to rip out his toilet.
n A man called police to report his mother got rid of his cat that he left in her care.
n A man called police after he dropped his children off at their mothers home and discovered she did not have water or electricity.
n A Forest Grove Drug Recognition Expert assisted the Beaverton Police Department with a drug evaluation after an alleged intoxicated drivers blood alcohol test results showed .00 percent.
n Officers responded to the Aquatic Center after an alleged intoxicated man was waiting in the parking lot to fight a life guard. As police pulled into the lot, the man abruptly left in his vehicle with his kids inside. Officers stopped the vehicle and arrested the driver for DUII. His blood alcohol level was .15 percent. A family member arrived to take care of the kids.
n An alert citizen saw a man spray painting on objects and called police. Officers learned the man had stencils and was spray painting gorilla heads and his moniker Cash on multiple objects that included trash cans, utility poles, trees, construction equipment and a fire hydrant near Pacific University. The man was lodged at the Washington County Jail.
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