At 3:35 p.m. Saturday, May 11, police saw two women walking along Blue Lake Road at about the 21500 block. One woman identified herself to police as Kathleen Salazar, but the other woman would not. Police had no reason to detain the women, so he let them leave.

When the officer returned to the patrol car and ran Salazar’s name, he learned she had a warrant for her arrest with Multnomah County.

The officer placed Salazar, 55, into custody and took her to Multnomah County Detention Center.


Residents of a mobile park in the 22200 block of Northeast Barr Road found six live rounds and one spent casing of .44 magnum ammunition in Fairview Creek.

Believing the rounds to be thrown by someone in an attempt to dispose of them, the residents turned the bullets and casings over to police at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, May 7, so “the wrong person doesn’t get their hands on them.”


At 10:42 a.m. Saturday, June 15, police responded to Chinook Landing in the 5200 block of Northeast 223rd Avenue, on a report of vandalism.

A Blue Lake Metro park manager told police that vandals had tagged every restroom. The police believe the graffiti is gang related.

The restrooms had been unlocked overnight. Estimated repairs for the restrooms are at least $300.

At 12:39 p.m. Friday, May 12, a man at the Chevron gas station at the corner of Northeast 223rd Avenue and Northeast Halsey Street told police someone had shot out the driver’s side window of his 2003 Honda Accord Coupe with a BB gun while it was parked on Northeast Sandy Boulevard just west of Northeast 205th Avenue.

The man said he was parked in the area because he was visiting a girlfriend who lived in the apartments nearby. The victim could not provide police with any suspect information.


At 7:42 a.m. Thursday, May 16, a man in the 3200 block of Northeast 223rd reported to police that a bicycle he had never seen before was left on his property while his bike appeared to be missing.

The man said he didn’t know anyone who would steal his bike because it was in worse shape than the bike that was left, a silver Mongoose mountain bike.

A woman living in the 22600 block of Northeast Schuyler Street reported to police at 2:06 p.m. Wednesday, May 8, that her car had been broken into overnight and a rolling purple suitcase full of her handmade “Flax Seed Pillows” were stolen.

The woman told police her car was locked, but the back window was left cracked open. Eight pillows, three valued at $50 and five valued at $30, were stolen along with the suitcase, valued at $40. The interior light of the car also was removed during the car prowl.

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