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Tigard/Tualatin Police Log: Feb. 28-March 6

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This week's calls for service include: a social media maven who said he was hacked, an alleged squatter with an unusual way of marking his territory, and a jogger who apparently took exception to something a man said to her.

TIGARD

The Tigard Police Department reported the following arrests from Feb. 28 to March 6: driving under the influence of intoxicants — 1, driving while suspended — 2, drug offense — 2, interfering with police officer — 1, theft — 3, warrant — 3.

Monday, Feb. 6

• After falling asleep multiple times at his table at Bannings Restaurant & Pie House, 11477 S.W. Pacific Hwy., a customer became "aggressive" when asked to pay and leave.

• Someone reported receiving threatening text messages and phone calls in the 11800 block of 91st Avenue.

• Three bikes were reported stolen from the parking lot of St. Anthony's Catholic Church, 9905 S.W. McKenzie St.

• A lottery machine at Bannings Restaurant & Pie House, 11477 S.W. Pacific Hwy., was damaged and the vandalism reportedly caught on video.

• Someone reported finding a screw in his tire in the 7500 block of Onnaf Court. This has been an ongoing issue.

• A motorist said he was nearly hit by a truck, which then proceeded to tailgate him despite his efforts to shake it by going into oncoming traffic and brake-checking it, in the area of Tigard and Main streets.

• A woman photographed houses in the 15800 block of 88th Avenue.

• Someone reported seeing a man hitting a woman who yelled for help in a truck in the 15500 block of Pacific Highway.

• Four men refused to leave Gino's, 11945 S.W. Pacific Hwy.

• A man who was "acting sketchy" at Office Depot, 15060 S.W. Sequoia Pkwy., reportedly trying to pay with PayPal and purchase gift cards, left the store and began to drive very slowly through the parking lot.

• A man who appeared to be high or mentally unstable reportedly bothered other customers at Target, 9009 S.W. Hall Blvd.

• A woman said her daughter pounded on the door of her residence in the 13200 block of 121st Avenue, where the younger woman did not live and had been previously warned for trespassing.

Sunday, Feb. 5

• A dog barked for hours in the area of 81st Place and Carol Anne Court.

• A man was seen jumping into traffic outside Calvin Presbyterian Church, 10445 S.W. Canterbury Ln., trying to wave someone down.

• Someone woke up to find the door of his house open and items missing in the 7700 block of Pfaffle Street.

• A woman reportedly smashed a phone over someone's head in the 12400 block of 134th Avenue.

• Keys were reported stolen in the 7900 block of Carol Ann Court.

• A man said someone stole from his safe in the 11900 block of Greenburg Road, whom he believed was "a professional."

• A man who told police he has half a million followers on Instagram who pay him for advertisements reported his email was hacked in the 13200 block of Shore Drive.

Saturday, Feb. 4

• Someone said her mother's boyfriend was "freaking out and breaking stuff" in the 11100 block of Hall Boulevard.

• A "very angry" woman who may have been intoxicated reportedly "went ballistic" at 7-Eleven, 12045 S.W. Hall Blvd.

• A man allegedly punched a woman in the face outside Jo-Ann Fabrics & crafts, 11945 S.W. Pacific Hwy.

• A man, possibly on drugs, was "stumbling around" and approaching people in the 12600 block of Pacific Highway.

• A man sat in front of Wells Wigs Unlimited, 11945 S.W. Pacific Hwy., and was observed to be "handing off" to people as they walked by. A witness suspected he was dealing drugs.

• Personal information, including immigration documents, were reported stolen from a house in the 14000 block of 112th Avenue.

• Ongoing telephonic harassment was reported in the 7500 block of Bonita Road.

• After his truck drove up into the curb in the 16400 block of 103rd Avenue, a driver appeared unresponsive.

• Items were stolen from an unlocked vehicle in the 11600 block of Pacific Highway.

• After an employee at Richard's, 11945 S.W. Pacific Hwy., refused service to someone for being "rude," the man allegedly threatened to "come back and blow the place up."

• It sounded like three men were fighting and breaking dishes in the 9600 block of Lewis Lane.

• A customer at Plaid Pantry, 15995 S.W. Hall Blvd., reported being punched outside the store.

Friday, March 3

• An injury crash involved four or five vehicles on Interstate 5 near Highway 217.

• Someone complained of online harassment in the 9800 block of Frewing Street.

• A man carrying a large umbrella was "wandering around the neighborhood" and looking into yards and cars in the 15100 block of 83rd Avenue.

• Someone reported seeing two people in a car shooting something into their arms and smoking out of pipes in the 16200 block of Pacific Highway.

• Someone said their roommate threatened to physically hurt them in the 11300 block of Greenburg Road.

• A man found trash in his yard in the 9600 block of Ventura Court.

• A dog ran alongside Highway 217 near Greenburg Road.

• A drunken man refused to leave Subway, 7600 S.W. Dartmouth St.

• Two men yelled at each other in the 12300 block of Walnut Street.

• A woman in the 10000 block of Century Oak Drive said she had been caught up in an online dating scam and possible identity theft.

Thursday, March 2

• A man who may have been "on something" yelled at customers outside Foxy's, 14295 S.W. Pacific Hwy.

• A homeless man slept in a tent in the 9500 block of Washington Square Road.

• An "irate" man screamed at people in the parking lot of Union Gospel Mission, 11611 S.W. Pacific Hwy.

• A vehicle was vandalized overnight in the 15100 block of Royalty Parkway.

• A man allegedly broke the window of a vehicle and stole a purse in the 11500 block of Pacific Highway.

• A garbage can was reported stolen in the 16400 block of 72nd Avenue.

• Someone reported receiving harassing scam calls in the 10700 block of Murdock Court.

• A woman said her neighbor walked up to her car in the area of Royalty Parkway and Pacific Highway, ranting about a power outage and coming off as "very aggressive and threatening."

• Teenagers were seen smoking marijuana at Tigard Community Friends Church, 15769 S.W. 82nd Ave.

• The headlight of a bike was taken off in the 13500 block of Hall Boulevard.

• A man was "aggressive" and refused to leave 7-Eleven, 12045 S.W. Hall Blvd.

Wednesday, March 1

• The windows of a truck were broken out in the 11900 block of Lincoln Avenue.

• A car reportedly drove through the 10600 block of 121st Avenue despite a school bus being stopped with its stop sign extended.

• Someone reported finding garbage with a name and address on it illegally dumped in the 11500 block of Pacific Highway.

• A driver complained that another motorist was honking loudly behind her for several minutes in the area of Scholls Ferry Road and 125th Avenue, apparently upset about how she had merged in a construction zone.

• A customer at Chevron, 15670 S.W. Upper Boones Ferry Road, was purportedly caught conning a cashier out of $20 on video.

• Someone reported an ex-partner's boyfriend was threatening him via social media in the 11400 block of 135th Avenue.

• An ongoing problem with a homeless camp in the 10900 block of 68th Parkway was reported.

• A man lit cigarettes in the lobby of Tuality Community of Christ Church, 13855 S.W. Pacific Hwy.

• Five people appeared to smoke crack cocaine at the Tigard Transit Center, 8972 S.W. Commercial St., a passerby reported.

• A dog was observed to be shaking while sitting in the bushes in the 10200 block of North Dakota Street.

• A vehicle-versus-pedestrian crash resulted in injury at the intersection of Commercial and Main streets.

• A dog was seen running on Highway 217 near Pacific Highway.

Tuesday, Feb. 28

• A man reported that people were yelling at his ex-wife and threatening her in the 10800 block of Hall Boulevard.

• After noticing that a light in her car was on, a woman suspected someone of breaking into the vehicle in the 7900 block of Carol Ann Court.

• When a man went to leave for work, he found his car missing in the 10700 block of Murdock Lane. It turned out the vehicle had been towed.

• In the 13100 block of Kostel Lane, a house's door was kicked and its door frame damaged, and another had damage to its garage door.

• A woman complained of harassing emails from an ex-boyfriend in the 8600 block of Bellflower Street.

• The use of a counterfeit $100 bill was reported at Jackson Food Store, 11834 S.W. Pacific Hwy.

• A man said he "exchanged words" with the owner of a dog that attacked his dog and told him to stay away from him in the 12700 block of Ash Avenue.

• An ex-employee allegedly made threats at Future Networking Inc., 6950 S.W. Hampton St.

• An RV camper was broken into at Quality Inn, 11460 S.W. Pacific Hwy.

• Men reportedly smoked marijuana in the 12000 block of Main Street.

• Someone living in a closed business in the 10900 block of 68th Parkway allegedly "booby-trapped" his space by smearing feces around.

• A man complained of a roommate stealing items from his boxes as he was moving out of a residence in the 12900 block of Pacific Highway.

TUALATIN

The Tualatin Police Department reported the following from Feb. 28 to March 6: 683 calls for service, 15 traffic crashes and 14 arrests.

Monday, March 6

• A tablet computer was stolen in an apartment burglary in the 11800 block of Tualatin Road.

Sunday, March 5

• 7-Eleven, 6630 S.W. Nyberg St., was tagged with "gang graffiti."

• A bicycle was stolen in the 8900 block of Sweek Drive.

Saturday, March 4

• A Tualatin man was arrested on a probation violation after being found hiding in a bathroom in the 8300 block of Tonka Street.

Friday, March 3

• A vehicle was reported to have been stolen overnight in the 19700 block of Boones Ferry Road.

• An apartment building in the 8300 block of Mohawk Street was spray-painted.

• After a man was arrested in the 17100 block of Arkenstone Drive, he reported he returned to the scene and found his bicycle missing.

• A Tualatin man was arrested for theft after he allegedly stole a winning video lottery ticket at Shari's, 19365 S.W. Martinazzi Ave.

Thursday, March 2

• A man said a woman who was out jogging slapped him after a "verbal confrontation" in the area of Boones Ferry Road and Martinazzi Avenue.

• Two windows at the Van Raden Community Center, 8509 S.W. Tualatin Road, were intentionally damaged.

Wednesday, March 1

• A vehicle was unlawfully entered in the 17400 block of Thistlebrook Court.

• A Newberg man was arrested for theft by receiving stolen property and multiple outstanding warrants at Cabela's, 7555 S.W. Nyberg St.

Tuesday, Feb. 28

• A Wilsonville man was arrested on a probation violation at Plaid Pantry, 19405 S.W. Boones Ferry Road, after a store employee reported seeing him open and drink an alcoholic beverage without paying for it.

• The wiring for a parking lot light was found to have been cut at CFI, 12111 S.W. Herman Road.

• Property valued at $250 was stolen from a vehicle in the 22700 block of 92nd Place.

• A package was stolen from someone's front door in the 8900 block of Sweek Drive.