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The following incidents were reported to the Tigard and Tualatin police departments over the past week.

Tigard

The Tigard Police Department reported the following arrests over the last week: criminal mischief - 1; driving under the influence of intoxicants - 1, warrants - 5, drug offenses - 1, forgery — 1 and theft, 3.

Monday, Jan. 22

• A wallet was stolen from a vehicle in the 8058 block of Carol Ann Court

• A customer demanded food at a restaurant in the 10600 block of McDonald Street. When the clerk refused, the man went outside to panhandle, whereupon a second customer said the man attacked him.

• The theft of a wallet was reported at the Fred Meyer store.

Sunday, Jan. 21

• Someone called to report a man with a shopping cart dragged the cart to a new housing development near Pacific Highway and Bull Mountain Road and the caller was worried he "may be up to no good."

• A man dressed in all black was seen pounding on windows in the 6000 block of Bonita Road before passing out briefly.

• Three man reportedly stole six cases of beer from the 7-Eleven store on McDonald Street.

Saturday, Jan, 20

• A rollover crash was reported at Exit 4 off Highway 217

n A suspicious person was reported trying to look into vehicles parked in the 9800 block of Peppertree Lane.

• A woman reported that her grandson was outside in the 12200 block of 124th Avenue when three people followed him and pointed a gun at him before stealing his phone and identification.

• Three women left a store in the 15500 block of Pacific Highway without paying for items.

• An employee of a business in the 10300 block of Greenburg Road reported being passed four counterfeit $20 bills in four days.

• A customer at the Costco store got in a dispute with another customer over a parking spot and when he returned to his car, he found it had been "keyed."

• A resident reported her mailbox had been damaged by what she believes was a big rock or brick.

Friday, Jan. 19

• A vehicle parked on the back side of the movie theater at Bridgeport Village Theater was broken into.

• A reckless driver was reported near Pacific Highway and Durham Road.

• Someone called to report a problem with cars zipping past a stop sign at Kimberly Drive and 98th Avenue just before school starts.

Thursday, Jan. 18

• A large utility trailer with no license plates was stolen from the 15600 block of Upper Boones Ferry Road.

• A fight was reported in the parking lot of 11900 block of Pacific Highway.

• A purse was reported stolen from a shopping bag at Tuesday Morning.

• A resident told police she had sold something on Craig's List but the buyer had given her a counterfeit $100 bill.

Wednesday, Jan. 17

• Someone called to report what he believed was a drug deal in the 10900 block of Hall Boulevard.

n An assault involving one man using a board to hit the other was reported at a construction site in the 16800 block of Friendly Lane.

• A suspicious man carrying boxing gloves was reported in the 10700 block of 130th Avenue.

• Someone called to report that a speeding car was tailing him and passing unsafely at 121st Avenue and Whistlers Loop.

• An unlocked vehicle was reportedly broken into in the 10100 block of Murdock Street.

• A homeless individual was reported sleeping in an outside stairwell in the 13400 block of Hall Boulevard.

• Valuables were taken from a car parked in the 10900 block of Chateau Lane.

Tuesday, Jan. 16

• A suspicious person was reported looking into vehicle windows at 98th Avenue and Pihas Court.

• A woman was reported trying to cash a fraudulent check in the 6600 block of Cardinal Lane.

• Someone reported spray-painted graffiti on the rear door of vehicle parked in the 13400 block of Hall Boulevard.

• Rolls of insulation reserved for new homes under construction near Peace Avenue and Danube Drive were egged.

• Gang graffiti was found at a park in the 10100 block of Johnson Street.

• License plates were taken from a vehicle in the 9200 block of Mandamus Court.

• A house in the 13900 block of Leah Terrace was egged.

TUALATIN

The Tualatin Police Department responded to 691 calls for service, investigated 12 traffic crashes and made 11 arrests between Jan. 16 and 22.

Tuesday, Jan. 16

• A 25-year-old Vancouver, Wash., man was arrested on an outstanding warrant in the 8600 block of Tualatin Road.

• A woman reported her purse was stolen while at a restaurant in the 7100 block of Nyberg Street. The thief then used credit cards to purchase more than $4,000 in merchandise from two merchants.

• Audio equipment valued at more than $3,000 was removed from a vehicle parked in the f8300 block of Tonka St.

• An Apple demo phone valued at $649 was reported stolen from the Apple Computer Store in Bridgeport Village.

Wednesday, Jan. 17

• A 34-year-old Tualatin man was arrested on Jan. 17 and lodged on an outstanding warrant for failing to appear on an assault charge.

• A case of fraud and identity theft were reported after someone used a man's identification to get a $3,000 student loan in Iowa.

• A man originally stopped for a traffic violation was later charged with driving under the influence of intoxicants.

Thursday, Jan. 18

• Someone called to report a deer had been struck by a vehicle in the 19500 block of Tualatin-Sherwood Road.

• A total of $750 worth of clothes were reported stolen from Cabela's.

• A Wilsonville woman was cited and released for driving while suspended.

Friday, Jan. 19

• A man who drove his car over a curb and into a ditch in the 19300 block of Boones Ferry Road was subsequently arrested for driving under the influence of intoxicants.

Saturday, Jan. 20

• Tools and household goods valued at $3,000 were taken from a construction business in the 30700 block of Riverside Way.

• A man was arrested for resisting arrest and harassment in the 7000 block of Nyberg Street.

Sunday, Jan. 21

• A man was arrested for driving under the influence of intoxicants near Tualatin-Sherwood Road and 90th Avenue.

• A man wanted on a fugitive warrant, who also was found to be in possession of methamphetamine, was arrested outside the Tualatin Public Library.

• A woman was charged with shoplifting after allegedly stealing $38 worth of beer from Safeway.

• A man was arrested at Cabela's for shoplifting clothes. He was also charged with being in possession of methamphetamine and heroin.

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