Forest Grove police log
- A man, presumably hungry, stole a whole roasted chicken from a local market.
- Officers assisted Cornelius police in breaking up a fight involving three men and two women, including one subject being beaten with a stick. Subjects refused medical attention and were generally uncooperative.
- A woman called to report that she heard second-hand that her ex-husband had broken her dog's legs while at her home. Officers responded to the residence and found the dog was fine and the ex-husband denied harming the animal.
- A woman called to report an attempted murder that recently occurred in Portland. She also informed dispatch that members of Al Capone's gang had previously stolen her mattress. Officers contacted the woman, who reported to the officer that she had been murdered by meth injections twice at a rehabilitation facility and resuscitated both times.
- Officers responded to a report of a 3-year-old missing from a residence. Before officers arrived, the child was found safe in the caller's car waiting patiently "to go."
- A caller reported that a strange man approached her for assistance in finding an individual who was supposed to sell him meth.
- Police responded to an incident at Pacific Avenue and Main Street in which a woman suffered a heart attack and subsequently struck a parked vehicle. Officers, in conjunction with firefighters and EMS, were able to revive the woman and she was transported to Tuality Community Hospital.
- School officials reported that a student had sent a picture of an airsoft gun to the entire school. Officers contacted the student, who had sent the photo by accident. They found no threat.
- A caller reported that he had followed a vehicle from Banks driving erratically. Officers located the vehicle and found a father teaching his daughter to drive. Police advised that dad keep a better eye out and to use other roads.
- Officers responded to a caller who reported theft of $12, a credit card and a mood ring after spending the night with an unknown male, but were unable to locate the caller upon arrival.
- Police responded to a noise complaint described as the highest note one can play on D string. The caller suggested it might have been from a kid turning an amp loud, stating he had played along with his Fender Stratocaster and was able to emulate the sound.
- A caller reported that their daughter had received messages on Facebook threatening that the mother would die if the messages were not forwarded to at least 15 people. Officers advised the caller that this was not harassment, just SPAM.
- A caller reported a man yelling at himself and other people as they walked by.
- A woman called to report that her mother's boyfriend assaulted her sister's boyfriend. The injuries were serious.