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When it comes to fighting crime in Lake Oswego, there's no call too small for the LOPD

THEFTS

1/16/18 3:27 p.m. A sculpture worth $6,000 was reported missing from the front yard of a home under construction.

1/16/18 3:55 p.m. A credit card and other miscelleneous items were taken from an unlocked Ford F-150 on Patton Street.

1/16/18 6:26 p.m. A bicycle was stolen overnight from a porch on Parkview Drive.

1/17/18 6:26 a.m. Tools were taken overnight from a GMC Sierra on Weatherstone Place.

1/17/18 12:05 p.m. Money was taken from a hotel on Kruse Oaks Drive, possibly by an ex-employee.

1/17/18 2:43 p.m. A resident of Upper Cherry Lane told police that a Rolex watch worth $4,895 was stolen sometime in the past six months.

1/19/18 10 a.m. Blank checks were among the missing items after someone stole mail on Mapleleaf Court.

1/19/18 11:16 a.m. Packages were taken from a porch on South Shore Boulevard,

1/19/18 11:45 a.m. Title, registration and insurance papers were taken from a vehicle on Leonard Street.

1/19/18 12:46 p.m. A Tiffany necklace was reported stolen from a massage room at a spa on Meadows Road.

1/19/18 2:32 p.m. Several large flat-screeen televisions were taken sometime in the past three weeks from an office building on Kerr Parkway.

1/19/18 9:36 p.m. When an employee at a tanning salon couldn't find a bank dropbox, they took cash from the business home for safekeeping. The missing money prompted a manager to call police, but officers determined that no crime had been committed.

1/20/18 2:45 p.m. A Christmas card and other miscellaneous items were stolen by theives who broke the passenger window of a Pontiac Vibe on Davis Lane.

BURGLARIES

1/18/18 5:40 a.m. Police believe they have probable cause to charge a business's ex-employee with burglary and theft after surveillance video captured someone taking approximately $3,000 from a safe.

STOLEN VEHICLES

1/17/18 4:48 p.m. A Subaru Legacy Outback reported stolen in Portland was located on Ash Street in Lake Oswego. The owner said she'd pick it up in the morning.

FRAUD

1/17/18 3:18 p.m. A woman told police that she had lost an iPad and that someone was now trying to charge her money to return it.

MISC.

1/10/18 7:16 a.m. A gas station manager told police that one of her customers broke a pump hose, didn't have proof of insurance and now isn't returning phone calls.

1/10/18 7:20 a.m. An unhappy resident told police that a Coca Cola truck was blocking a lane of Uplands Drive, and no flaggers were present to direct traffic around it.

1/10/18 7:43 a.m. Police offered advice and options to a distraught mom whose 16-year-old son was consistently not going to school or following her rules.

1/10/18 11:08 a.m. Just before Christmas, unexpected UPS packages began showing up on the porch of a home on Mardee Lane — and they're still coming.

1/10/18 12:23 p.m. An assistant principal at Lakeridge High School caught two students smoking marijuana on campus. A 15-year-old was transported to the Clackamas County Juvenile Retention Center; an 18-year-old was cited for being a minor in possession and released.

1/10/18 3:47 p.m. An apartment dweller threw water on a contractor, damaging his saw.

1/11/18 5:40 p.m. A woman received mail from Orlando, Fla., with pictures of the Grim Reaper and a skeleton on the outside. She was advised to call police if more scary letters arrive.

1/11/18 7:03 p.m. A group planning to hold a neighborhood meeting at the new Operations and Maintenance Center found themselves locked out of the building, so the

meeting was held outside instead.

1/11/18 8:36 p.m. A passerby told police it seemed odd when a man backed his black Honda Accord into a space in a parking lot on Jean Road and then just sat there. Officers contacted the driver, who said he was waiting for a friend.

1/11/18 10:17 p.m. Promises by a student on Instagram to "shoot up the school" prompted a full threat assessment by police, who determined there was no real danger.

1/12/18 8:15 a.m. A walker became concerned after spotting suspicious black boxes near the picnic area in Rossman Park, but police determined it was just the work of pest control crews.

1/12/18 7:34 p.m. A good Samaritan called police after helping an intoxicated man unlock his car door and then watching him drive away. Officers tracked the motorist to his home, where he claimed he had just started drinking. He was warned about the consequences of DUII.

1/14/18 4:40 p.m. A man told police that his neighbor's dog attacked and killed his daughter's chicken and he wants to press charges. He'd also like the dead chicken returned if officers find it.

1/15/18 1:49 p.m. Three teens were spotted building a fort with dead trees in Springbrook Park, prompting a call from a concerned passerby.

1/15/18 2:43 p.m. A woman told police that she believes the dead bird she found on the top of her fence was placed there by her husband as a death threat.

1/15/18 3:08 p.m. Burnt popcorn in a first-floor unit set off smoke alarms that brought firefighters to a senior living community on Greenridge Drive. The smoke had dissipated by the time crews arrived, but that smell ...

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