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Police Log

Information for the public safety column comes from public records of the Sandy Police Department. Police recently filed reports on the following incidents:

WARRANT ARREST

n 1:20 a.m., June 11: Officers responded to a disturbance at a business in the 38700 block of Proctor Boulevard. While investigating the disturbance, officers contacted Michael R. Anderson, 31, of Sandy, and arrested him for a Clackamas County failure to appear fourth-degree assault warrant. Anderson was intoxicated, which was a violation of his probation. A detainer was issued, and Anderson was lodged in the Clackamas County Jail without bail.

TRAFFIC STOP

n 2:11 a.m., June 11: Police conducted a traffic stop in the area of Bruns Avenue and Proctor Boulevard. During the course of the contact, police learned all six occupants were minors.  An amount of alcohol was also found in the vehicle with five of them admitting to drinking. Parents were contacted and each minor was taken home. The matter will be forwarded to the Clackamas County Juvenile Court for review.

CRASH

n 4:04 p.m., June 9: Police responded to a hit and run in the 16600 block of Southeast 362nd Drive. The reporting party advised the damage occurred to their vehicle while they were shopping. No suspect information. 

DOMESTIC DISTURBANCES

n 7 p.m., June 13: Police were dispatched to a domestic disturbance in the 39300 block of Glover Court. Report taken.

n 5:28 p.m., June 11: Police were dispatched to a domestic disturbance on the 19100 block of Webster Avenue. After speaking with both involved parties, it was determined the disturbance was verbal in nature and no crimes were committed. 

n 12:32 p.m., June 9: Police were dispatched to the 38900 block of Proctor Boulevard on a domestic disturbance. After speaking with the man and woman involved, it was determined that the altercation was verbal only and no crimes were committed.

THEFTS/BURGLARIES

n 4:44 p.m., June 13: Police responded to a shoplift in the 39500 block of Proctor Boulevard. Report taken.

n 9 p.m., June 10: An unknown subject stole a man’s credit card after he misplaced it, then used it at a business in the 17400 block of Beers Avenue. An attempt will be made to obtain surveillance video from the business in order to identify a suspect.

n 1:33 a.m., June 9: Police responded to the 38200 block of Pioneer Boulevard on a shoplift. Report taken.

MISCELLANEOUS

n 6:46 p.m., June 13: Police were dispatched to an incomplete 911 call in the 18100 block of Tupper Road. The reporting party advised that she was having problems with her husband, who has dementia. A report was taken and will be forwarded to social services for assistance.

n 3:37 p.m., June 13: The code enforcement officer towed an abandoned vehicle from the area of Jonsrud Lane and Bluff Road.

n 2:30 p.m., June 13: An officer responded to a courtesy report for Clackamas County Sheriff’s Department regarding an incident that occurred in their jurisdiction. The report will be forwarded to that agency for investigation.

n 2:29, June 13: Police responded to a call of found property in the area of Loundree Drive and McCormick Court. The reporting party advised that a child’s bike was abandoned by two adult male subjects.

n 11:46 a.m., June 13: City employees reported damage to city property in the 39200 block of Pioneer Boulevard.

n 10:10 a.m., June 12: Police responded to the 38200 block of Proctor Boulevard on the report of a forged prescription. There is suspect information and the investigation is continuing.

n 12:20 p.m., June 11: Mitchell R. Jordan, 58, of Sandy, was cited for second-degree trespass in the 16600 block of Southeast 362nd Drive after receiving a verbal trespass admonishment the prior day. 

n 4:21 p.m., June 9: The code enforcement officer was contacted regarding graffiti to the men’s restroom in Meinig Park. Report taken.

n 6:59 a.m., June 9: A male and female transient from the Sandy area were asked to leave a business in the 37400 block of Highway 26.

n Between June 8 and June 9: An unknown suspect/s ripped apart the downspouts on the main gazebo in Meinig Park. Parks personnel estimated the damage at about $200.