Featured Stories

Other Pamplin Media Group sites

Tigard/Tualatin Police Log: Jan. 26 - Feb. 1


The Tigard Police Department made the following arrests between Jan. 26 and Feb. 1: Theft — 7; drug related — 1; warrants — 8; animal abuse — 1; forgery — 1; assault — 2; criminal trespass — 1.

Monday, Feb. 1

• A man trying to impound a car in the 10700 block of Canterbury Lane was surrounded by three people who swore at him and made him feel threatened.

Sunday, Jan. 31

• A man and his father in the 14000 block of 112th Avenue told police that they had been burglarized. Their Internet modem had disappeared.

• A man in the 8800 block of Omara Street told police someone was shining a red laser light into their home through a window.

• A car ran over three mailboxes in the 14100 block of 103rd Avenue.

• A man in the 11200 block of 81st Avenue told police that someone was “crawling on hands and knees” toward his neighbor’s parked car.

• A customer punched a bartender at The Bounty Hunter Saloon, 11445 S.W. Pacific Highway.

• Cars regularly speed down the 10000 block of Garrett Street.

• A man in a wheelchair got upset with his order at Carl’s Jr., 15520 S.W. Pacific Highway. The man knocked over two coffee pots, then left the restaurant.

Saturday, Jan. 30

• Two women stole several items from a home in the 15500 block of Pacific Highway.

• A customer at U-Haul, 11552 S.W. Pacific Highway, rented a vehicle then refused to return it. Employees had spotted the U-Haul around town, but had been unable to get the vehicle back.

• A mailbox was knocked off its post in the 11000 block of 83rd Avenue.

• A man kept approaching a woman’s car parked in the 12900 block of Pacific Highway at 6:20 a.m., the woman was afraid of the man and left the area.

• A man exposed himself to a woman near Main Street and Pacific Highway.

• A man inside Cost Plus, 10108 S.W. Washington Square Road, followed a woman and her husband to their car. The man was aggressive and rude, and didn’t leave them alone until they drove off.

• A woman in the 11300 block of Greenburg Road told police that “a homeless person is hiding inside” her apartment.

Friday, Jan. 29

• A car was broken into while parked at Washington Square mall, 9585 S.W. Washington Square Road.

• A customer used counterfeit money at Astro gas station, 12885 S.W. Pacific Highway.

• A man with a broken arm seemed lost near the 10600 block of 121st Avenue.

• A man stood at the off-ramp of Greenburg Road and Highway 217 with his pants down and holding a basket at 11:43 a.m.

• A man in the 10800 block of Murdock Street told police his roommate had threatened him and his boyfriend.

• A customer wrote bad checks at a company at 7350 S.W. Landmark Lane.

• A woman in the 9300 block of Maplewood Drive told police that her brother wouldn’t leave.

• Someone claiming to be with the IRS called a man in the 8800 block of Spruce Street three times to tell him that a warrant had been issued for his arrest. The calls were a scam.

• A homeless man walked with his pants around his ankles in the 12000 block of Main Street.

• A young man went door-to-door soliciting in the 10600 block of Cook Pane at 8 p.m. The man said he was with “Osbrig” but neighbors felt it was too late for him to be out.

• Two men were looking suspicious in the 12300 block of Main Street.

• A man in the 9200 block of Maplewood Drive told police that he had “guys over to sell a TV.” The deal had “gone wrong,” he said, and they paid him in counterfeit money.

Thursday, Jan. 28

• A man wandering around the 11700 block of Pacific Highway walked in and out of Plaid Pantry several times asking for random things.

• A woman in the 11700 block of Pacific Highway called police and said that she was “tired of going into grocery stores and seeing dogs there.”

• Someone claiming to be a missionary knocked on a door in the 12600 block of Hall Boulevard at 8:20 p.m. The homeowner called police and said it was too late for missionaries to be going door-to-door.

• A homeless camp was erected near 98th Avenue and Commercial Street.

• Five chickens escaped from their pen in the 8900 block of Waverly Drive and ended up in a neighbor’s yard.

• A man in the 14300 block of 72nd Avenue called police to report that he had found his stolen car. The man had never reported the car stolen, police said.

• A woman living in the 15000 block of Royalty Parkway stole the car titles of a man she was living with.

• A man told police to watch the intersection of Murdock street and 103rd Avenue for drivers running stop signs.

• Headphones and other electronics were stolen from a vehicle in the 10800 block of 118th Court.

• A dog in the 11300 block of 135th Avenue got loose and killed a neighbor’s cat.

• Two people dug through trash in the 12500 block of North Dakota Street.

Wednesday, Jan. 27

• A man near of Tigard High School, 9000 S.W. Durham Road, pulled up alongside another vehicle and told the driver that she had been harassing him. The man took her photo then drove away. The woman called police and said she had no idea who the man was or what he was talking about.

• A customer accused of shoplifting began throwing items around a store in the 16200 block of Pacific Highway.

• Homeless people regularly sleep in the 9900 block of Tigard Street.

• Children filmed each other skateboarding in the 11400 block of Pacific Highway. The children tried to do a flip over a woman’s car, so she called police.

• A customer at 7-Eleven, 12045 S.W. Hall Blvd., was open-carrying his handgun inside the convenience store when he dropped it onto the floor.

Tuesday, Jan. 26

• A man in the 13600 block of Pacific Highway called police at about 4 p.m. The man had sold a car to someone but the sale had “gone bad,” he said.

• Two men crossed Greenburg Road at 90th Avenue outside of the crosswalk. An upset driver honked at them and they kicked her car. The woman called police and followed the men to their home.

• Someone stole cash from a man at The Bounty Hunter Saloon, 11445 S.W. Pacific Highway, several days earlier.

• A woman in the 13100 block of Raptor Place told police she had been harassed for a year.

• A woman in the 13500 block of Pacific Highway said that her son was hallucinating and standing in the middle of the road.

• A laptop computer was stolen from a vehicle parked at Christ the King Lutheran Church, 11305 S.W. Bull Mountain Road.

• A motorcycle regularly speeds near Murdock Street and 103rd Street.


The Tualatin Police Department reported the following between Jan. 26 and Feb. 1: 494 calls for service, 15 traffic crashes and 4 arrests.

Saturday, Jan. 30:

• A Tualatin man was arrested for driving drunk, unlawful use of a weapon and menacing in the 11700 block of Tualatin Road.

Friday, Jan. 29:

• About $1,200 in property was reported stolen from inside a locked vehicle while it was parked overnight in the 9300 block of Sagert Street.

Thursday, Jan. 28:

• A vehicle was towed and its owner cited for driving without insurance and on a suspended license near the southbound Interstate 5 ramp at Nyberg Street.

• A homeless man was arrested for criminal mischief after allegedly causing $1,000 in damage to a vehicle owned by Republic Services near the northbound Interstate 5 ramp at Lower Boones Ferry Road.

• A woman reported graffiti on the door of her business, NW Self Storage, 18270 S.W. Pacific Hwy.

• New graffiti was reported at a pump station in the 8500 block of Tualatin Road.

Wednesday, Jan. 27:

• A recycling bin belonging to Republic Services was reported stolen after being put out on the curb for pickup in the 8200 block of Seminole Trail.

• Someone stole a woman’s checkbook from her home in the 21800 block of Dakota Drive and deposited forged checks at various ATMs.

• A Lake Oswego woman was cited for theft and released after allegedly shoplifting about $156 in clothing from Whole Foods, 7380 S.W. Bridgeport Rd.

Tuesday, Jan. 26:

• A woman was cited for driving on a suspended license and her vehicle was towed from near the intersection of Boones Ferry Road and Warm Springs Street.

• New graffiti was spotted on property of Portland & Western Railroad in the 8500 block of Tualatin Road.

• An unknown vehicle hit a building in the 17300 block of 63rd Avenue, causing about $1,000 in damage, and then drove away without leaving any identification.

• A woman was told to stay off her sister’s property in the 19500 block of 68th Avenue.

• A vehicle was parked on the side of the road in the 8800 block of Old Tualatin-Sherwood Road for several days before police realized no one had been driving it.

• A woman reported her license plate was missing in the 18700 block of 90th Avenue.

• A Damascus woman was arrested for allegedly stealing from Saks Fifth Avenue, 7489 S.W. Bridgeport Rd., where she worked.

• A Honda Civic was stolen from the TriMet WES parking lot in the 18900 block of Boones Ferry Road.