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6/21/13 5 p.m. After having her car rear ended, a woman was threatened by the offending driver.


06/17/13 9:03 a.m. A wallet stolen from a purse in California contained $35 in cash and an Oregon’s driver’s license.

06/17/13 4:43 p.m. Since giving a rare book to be sold last November, a man has not heard from the person who promised to sell the book online.

6/17/13 8:52 p.m. An Apple iPhone 4 with a case was snatched from a woman’s purse while at work. Loss is set at $300.

6/19/13 11:55 a.m. A car parked near a restaurant was entered and robbed of an iPad valued at $600, gym bag valued at $50, Nike shoes worth $70 and a black leather case valued at $40.

6/20/13 3:36 p.m. A lack of brotherly love was indicated when a man stole his brother’s camcorder, pressure washer and miscellaneous tools, with a total value of $1,400.

6/20/13 7:49 p.m. While vacationing in Israel, a daughter’s Oregon’s driver’s license was stolen.

6/21/13 9:33 a.m. A thief got in through the front passenger window of a vehicle on McEwan Road and stole a purse with credit cards and proceeded to use the cards at several locations. In addition, the car antenna was damaged.

6/22/13 10:58 a.m. A couch worth $600 was taken without being paid for.

6/22/13 1:25 p.m. A work truck on Parkview Drive had a compressor, grinder and cable chain stolen from it.


6/17/13 9:45 a.m. A resident is upset that the city started mowing the property adjacent to his home too early in the morning.

6/17/13 10:34 a.m. Two neighbors who hate each other are having trouble on deciding where the boundary is between their properties. A surveyor/mediator was recommended.

6/17/13 11:03 a.m. A restaurant owner is upset that a person from an adjoining restaurant is telling his customers that his food is “no good.”

6/17/13 7:49 p.m. A man is having problems with the mother of his 3-year-old son. Not only will she not leave his apartment, she took his work cellphone and is refusing to return it. The landlord is protesting her continued presence.

6/17/13 8:52 p.m. A 13-year-old girl is threatening to cut herself.

6/17/13 11:52 p.m. A woman wants to get rid of the three guys standing outside her house.

6/18/13 12:10 a.m. After hearing the click of a gun, a woman is more fearful than ever that an unknown female is out to kill her.

6/18/13 1:30 p.m. An intoxicatged man who was ringing a woman’s doorbell was later transported to his sister’s home.

6/18/13 7:54 a.m. Graffiti was reported at Palisades Elementary School.

6/18/13 8:02 a.m. Coyotes are always stalking people and attacking cats in the Westlake neighborhood. One man was stealthily approached by a coyote, which then started howling for the pack to join him.

6/18/13 9:37 a.m. A dad was scandalized to discover that a hacker had gotten into his Facebook account and posted his photos on a dating site.

6/18/13 11:45 a.m. A dog, possibly a pit bull, got loose and is following a 15-year-old girl and nipping at her.

6/18/13 11:59 a.m. A small pig left home and was running loose at Freepons Park. An officer arrived to take the errant porker back to his home on Hallinan Circle.

6/18/13 1:32 p.m. A big purple overstuffed chair was unceremoniously dumped at the end of G Avenue.

6/18/13 5:17 p.m. Three juvenile boys are piling on a tricycle and riding it down a hill on Bergis Road.

6/18/13 6:05 p.m. A trio teenaged boys exposed themselves in an effort to encourage another boy to do the same thing.

6/18/13 7:49 p.m. A road rager followed a driver home from Fred Meyer on Barber Boulevard and threw a bottle at his vehicle.

6/19/13 7:37 a.m. Two large deer were on the the roadway at Wood Thrush Circle. This is unusual and it is feared that deer might be running from a cougar.

6/19/13 7:52 a.m. An argument between a boyfriend and girlfriend only got worse when police showed up.

6/19/13 9:11 a.m. A rotten and rude driver has been driving in the vicinity of a college campus, straddling the center line and flipping off those who honk in disapproval. It is believed the driver has an anger issue.

6/19/13 9:17 a.m. A woman feared that large, muddy paw prints on her patio might be those of a cougar. However, police discovered them to be raccoon tracks.

6/19/13 1:08 p.m. A vacant house across the canal is not only overgrown with weeds but is overpopulated with stray cats.

6/19/13 8:49 p.m. A client of a care home is seeking to have a restraining order placed on her daughter.

6/20/13 12:53 p.m. A neighbor is doing his woodworking too loudly.

6/20/13 1:50 p.m. An ex-boyfriend is not taking his break-up well, so he has been harassing his former girlfriend at her workplace and residence.

6/20/13 1:56 a.m. A woman was not surprised to get an email reporting that there was a warrant for her neighbor’s arrest. He is a known heroin user and a sloppy dresser.

6/20/13 2:32 p.m. An ex-boyfriend is not allowing his ex-girlfriend into his apartment, so she is seeking police assistance so she can go retrieve some personal items.

6/20/13 4:35 p.m. A transaction at a credit union is considered suspicious because a man has four people waiting for him in a black and white Checker Cab right outside.

6/20/13 4:41 p.m. A neighbor dropped by to threaten to sue a woman for harassment. It is believed the neighbor is bitter that she lodged a complaint.

6/20/13 11:16 p.m. A woman fears her sister is missing since she is overdue from coming home. The sister was entered in the Law Enforcement Data Systems as a missing/endangered person.

6/21/13 10:10 a.m. Some residents are dumping yard debris in a forested area behind Royal Oaks Drive.

6/21/13 3:25 p.m. A man walked into Carman Oaks Retirement Center and started ranting and raving, then left on foot, headed toward Boones Ferry Road.

6/22/13 9:58 a.m. A dog got loose and then got trapped in the canal area before being rescued by police officers and firefighters. Lakeridge Junior High School officials were notified to repair a broken lock at the pump station.

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