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HILLSDALE

Feb. 22, 9:12 a.m.: In the 4000 block Southwest Melville Avenue, a woman reported fraudulent activity on her credit card. On Dec. 12, 2012, an unknown person had made an online charge of more than $100 to her account from the Guess online store.

Feb. 26, 11:40 a.m.: In the 4700 block of Southwest 31st Drive, a man reported that a UPS delivery had been stolen from his residence on Feb. 8 sometime between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. while he was out of town. Taken was an electric pressure cooker.

Feb. 28, noon: Counselors at Wilson High School, 1151 SW Vermont St., reported that a 17-year-old had been located with a substantial amount of marijuana. School police officers responded, conducted a narcotics investigation and referred the juvenile to the Multnomah County Juvenile Department on suspicion of delivery of marijuana and a controlled substance within a thousand feet of the school. The juvenile was released to his father.

March 6, 8:06 p.m.: Store security at the Burlingame Fred Meyer, 7555 SW Barbur Blvd., detained a 19-year-old woman on suspicion of shoplifting. When police arrived, they determined she had stolen merchandise including five boxes of wine and miscellaneous personal items. She was lodged at Multnomah County Jail on suspicion of theft in the third degree.

March 9, 5:08 p.m.: Store security at the Burlingame Fred Meyer, 7555 SW Barbur Blvd. called the police to report a 30-year-old male detained for shoplifting. The suspect, Hasanain al Hunairi, of Beaverton, was arrested and taken to the Multnomah County Jail on suspicion of with theft in the second degree. He had taken $716 worth of items: laundry detergent, a toaster, a red bowl, drinks, cheese, chocolate, chocolate cake, Drano, skin cream, cosmetics, steaks, a coffee press, a coffee grinder, crackers, toilet paper and toothpaste.

Statistics this month:

Calls for service: 230

Police reports: 25

Accidents: 9

Traffic stops: 90

Car prowls: 1

Burglaries: 1

Domestic violence: 2

MULTNOMAH

Feb. 24, 2:52 a.m.: In the 8600 block of Southwest Barbur Boulevard, a patrol officer located a Milwaukie resident driving a vehicle that was registered to him, and the officer determined the man had a warrant for his arrest out of the state of Washington. The man had parked the car in a parking lot of a 7-Eleven, 8635 SW Barbur Blvd. The officer was able to contact the man walking away from his car and took man into custody on the warrant and took him to jail.

Feb. 25, 9:46 a.m.: At the Capitol Hill Motel, 9110 SW Barbur Blvd., a man called the police to report that a man in another room pointed an “elephant gun” at him, apparently over an unpaid debt. The dispatcher took notes that the complainant’s speech was slurred. When officers got there, they found out that the caller, two days prior, had brought over some bacon, eggs and crackers and traded the other man for a meal, then decided to pound on his door and request $10 for the meal. The officers searched the person’s room, did not find any firearm and helped restore the peace.

March 2, 8:06 p.m.: At the Capitol Hill Motel, 9110 SW Barbur Blvd., a patrol officer located a 33-year-old man and determined that he had a probation violation warrant on an original charge of theft. He was taken to the Multnomah County Jail.

March 2, 9:05 p.m.: A crash occurred in the intersection of Southwest Barbur Boulevard and Southwest 24th Avenue. One of the vehicles had been traveling northbound on Barbur Boulevard and ran a red light. The driver did not immediately stop, but pulled into a gas station, backed his car into a parking spot and told the witnesses he was having medical problems. Based on the officers’ investigation, they suspect the driver was attempting to flee the scene of the crash because he did not have insurance. He was transported to the hospital by ambulance for the medical issues he claimed to have. Officers ended up citing the driver of the other car for reckless driving and for failing to perform the duties of a driver. They also issued a ticket for driving uninsured. A traffic officer conducted an investigation and then issued the citation.

March 3, 12:14 a.m.: In the 9800 block of Southwest Barbur Boulevard, a passer-by reported seeing a male passed out at the Barbur Boulevard Transit Center. When the officers arrived they found a 19-year-old San Francisco resident passed out drunk and transported him to detox.

March 5, 3:02 a.m.: Josh Drenne, 25, was lodged at Multnomah County Jail on suspicion of DUII and reckless driving after nearly causing an accident on Southwest Barbur Boulevard.

March 7, 1:13 a.m.: Police were called to an apartment complex at Southwest Multnomah Boulevard and Southwest 35th Avenue on a report of somebody Dumpster diving. The witness last saw the person riding off on a mountain bike westbound. When the officer got there, he found the person riding the bike in the immediate area, contacted him and identified him as 56-year-old Timothy Linder of Southwest Portland. The officer determined that he had a warrant for his arrest for probation violation on a charge of unauthorized use of a vehicle. After taking him into custody, the officer located a baggy with a crystalline substance inside that was determined to be methamphetamine. He was taken to jail on suspicions of an outstanding warrant and possession of controlled substance charge.

March 16, 7:59 p.m.: In the 8600 block of Southwest 30th Avenue, a man called the police to report that sometime over the previous night somebody had stolen his white Honda Accord. The stolen car was recovered March 17 at 6:16 a.m. in the 10000 block of Southwest Barbur Boulevard.

March 16, 8:55 p.m.: A bus driver at the Barbur Boulevard Transit Center, 9750 SW Barbur Blvd., called the police to report a male asleep on the bus that had been uncooperative in the past when woken up. Transit police officers responded to the scene and found the man sleeping on the bus across three seats. The bus, which was full of other passengers, was delayed because the man would not wake up. They noticed the man smelled of alcohol and took him into custody for interfering with public transportation. When they put him in a police car, the man began spitting all over the inside of the car, then began kicking at the windows. They transported him to jail and added the additional charge of criminal mischief in the third degree for spitting all over the inside of the police car. He is believed to be a homeless person.

Statistics this month:

Calls for service: 223

Police reports: 31

Accidents: 11

Traffic stops: 73

Car prowls: 2

Burglaries: 0

Domestic violence: 1