Fairview cop log
Fairview police were dispatched at 7:06 a.m. Thursday, May 16, to the 20800 block of Northeast Halsey Street regarding a suspicious person call. Upon arrival, police arrested transient Ryan C. Wilcox, who had a warrant for his arrest in Multnomah County for possession of heroin.
At 9:45 a.m. Friday, May 3, police arrived at an apartment in the 22700 block of Northeast Halsey Street to look for Hector Castillo Lopez Jr., 18, who had a warrant out of Clackamas County.
Police took Lopez into custody and transported him to Multnomah County Jail and Detention Center. His bail was set at $40,000.
Tram Anh Nguyen, 18, of Wood Village was driving east on Interstate 84 near the 238th Avenue exit in Fairview Sunday, May, 12, when she reportedly dozed off for a second, causing her to drive off the highway, up an embankment and back onto the shoulder, according to a police report.
Officers responded to the crash at 4:54 p.m. Nguyen was transported to the hospital on a complaint of neck pain, but suffered no life-threatening injuries. Her family stood by as her 2003 Honda Accord was towed away.
Police responded to a residence in the 22700 block of Northeast Halsey Street at 11:58 p.m. Tuesday, April 23, on a report of a burglary.
Shortly before midnight, a woman and her mother arrived home to find her sons piggy bank emptied on the living room with about $50 in change missing, as well as clothing strewn on the floor and $300 hidden in a bedroom dresser also gone.
Jewelry, DVDs and other items of value lying on top of dresser were not taken.
The victims ex-boyfriend temporarily staying at the house was a possible suspect as he was last to leave the house.
However, when police confronted the man at his job in Troutdale, the man denied taking the money, cooperatively showing police his wallet, which had only $1 in it. Police searched his vehicle and found nothing.
A cleaning woman called police at 7 p.m. April 18 after she discovered black tar heroin wrapped in a tinfoil bag along with a torn $1 bill in the kitchen drawer of an apartment in the 20400 block of Northeast Sandy Boulevard.
It was believed to be the property of former residents who moved out a few weeks before. Police confiscated the substance and weighed it at the station before placing it into evidence to be destroyed.Add a comment