Tigard/Tualatin Police Log: Sept. 22-27
The Tigard Police Department made the following arrests between Sept. 22 and 27:
Assault 2; theft 13; drug related 1; driving under the influence of intoxicant 2; forgery 1; interfering with a police officer 1; robbery 2; felon in possession of a firearm 1; warrants 3; unlawful possession of a firearm 1.
Sunday, Sept. 27
A purse was stolen from a car in the 16100 block of 108th Avenue while a woman took her groceries into her apartment.
A client at Marcus Lee Apartment, 11380 S.W. Greenburg Road, was bothering, hugging, (and) sort-of-pushed an elderly man into an apartment.
A man got into a fight with a friend in the 10400 block of McDonald Street and threatened to break into the mans house to get her property.
A woman in the 14300 block of 86th Avenue received an obscene phone call.
Two sweet but mangled dogs with muzzles ran around the 11800 block of Greenburg Road. The dogs were reunited with their owner.
Saturday, Sept. 26
A man inside Maxs Fanno Creek Brew Pub, 12562 S.W. Main St., approached several children. He was kicked out and demanded that he pay his bar tab. The tab did not exist.
A cellphone, leather jacket and scarf were stolen from a car in the 10900 block of Highland Drive.
A bullet hole was found in a car hood in the 9300 block of Commercial Street.
Friday, Sept. 25
A woman in the 6000 block of Pine Street was acting odd and jumped a fence from Busters Barbecue into a mans backyard.
A man hit someone in the face at Reliance Plumbing, 11420 S.W. Pacific Highway.
A battery charger and other items were stolen from a golf cart parked in the 11200 block of Summerfield Drive.
Three people attempted to steal beer from WinCo Foods, 7501 S.W. Dartmouth St., but left the backpack full of beer when they ran out of the store.
Two men looked through apartment windows in the dark in the 14700 block of 109th Avenue.
Thursday, Sept. 24
People have been living in a vacant home in the 8900 block of Oak Street.
Police were called to Tigard Regency Inn, 11455 S.W. Pacific Highway, after a man was cut by a broken bottle and was bleeding badly.
A dog chased a 5-year-old boy in the 11400 block of 135th Avenue.
Someone stole patio furniture off a deck in the 11800 block of 91st Avenue. The thieves took the furniture to their own apartment nearby.
Wednesday, Sept. 23
A tow truck driver in the 10800 block of Canterbury Lane couldnt move a vehicle because the owner refused to get out of the vehicle.
A man was seen in a womans backyard in the 8500 block of Pinebrook Street.
Two teenagers threw a cup of water on a mans vehicle near Durham Road and 108th Avenue.
A dog in the 12700 block of 113th Place howled for two days.
A dog got stuck under a fence near 83rd Avenue and Ross Street. Police responded to help the animal, but it freed itself before police arrived.
A man in the 9000 block of McDonald Street said that someone had stolen campaign signs from his yard, broke windows in his garage and egged his house. The man said he believed people had targeted his home because he was supporting Donald Trump for President.
A man in the 10900 block of Gaarde Street took photos of a driver at 6:30 a.m. The driver told police that the camera was new and he was playing with it, but the man was also seen near the drivers home later that day.
Two men walked around Pacific Highway near Canterbury Lane looking into mailboxes.
A tenant at The Knoll, 12291 S.W. Knoll Drive, tried to attack three women in the lobby.
A 15-year-old boy was attacked by three other boys who tried to steal his backpack and shoes in the 10100 block of Johnson Street.
A neighbor in the 11100 block of 113th Terrace harassed a womans children for a year. The woman asked the neighbor to stop and the neighbors husband screamed at her and said he would fight the womans husband over the issue.
A man sat on the ground in the 12900 block of Pacific Highway and drank beer.
Tuesday, Sept. 22
A garbage can was stolen from a home in the 11900 block of Wildwood Street.
A man applied for work at Summit Staffing Services, 14463 S.W. Pacific Highway. Every time the man called asking about work, the man was verbally abusive to staffers. The man then threatened to come by and harm an employee.
Someone claiming to work with Portland General Electric called Acceleration Chiropractic, 15495 S.W. Sequoia Parkway, four times and demanded a wire transfer of money. The caller was running a scam.
A man got upset with employees at Dottys, 16200 S.W. Pacific Highway, after they told him that he couldnt bring a bag into a bathroom with him.
The Tualatin Police Department reported the following between Sept. 22 and Sept. 28: 651 calls for service, 24 traffic crashes and 7 arrests.
Monday, Sept. 28:
Items valued at about $1,000 were stolen from a vehicle in the 9400 block of Alsea Drive.
A Woodburn man was arrested on an outstanding warrant out of Marion County after being found asleep and intoxicated behind the shopping center in the 8600 block of Tualatin-Sherwood Road.
A hit-and-run crash was reported in the 8900 block of Avery Street.
Sunday, Sept. 27:
A woman was attacked by a neighbors dog while she was walking her dog in the 7300 block of Delaware Circle; she was not injured.
A Newberg man was arrested for driving under the influence of intoxicants.
Saturday, Sept. 26:
A Beaverton woman was arrested for driving drunk at the intersection of Boones Ferry and Tualatin-Sherwood roads.
Friday, Sept. 25:
A driver attempted to troubleshoot an engine problem while driving, lost control of the vehicle and crashed into a light pole in the 17900 block of 115th Avenue.
A prospective job applicant sent threatening messages to Express Employment Professionals, 19407 S.W. Martinazzi Ave.
Police performed a welfare check in the 7100 block of Hazel Fern Road and found the person they were looking for asleep and intoxicated inside a tanning bed.
Someone unlawfully entered a vehicle in the 18800 block of 84th Avenue, egged the interior and defecated on the drivers seat.
Thursday, Sept. 24:
A West Linn woman was arrested for driving under the influence of intoxicants in the parking lot of Fred Meyer, 19200 S.W. Martinazzi Ave.
Two city sprinklers were damaged when a vehicle rode up onto a curb on Tualatin-Sherwood Road, near the intersection with Boones Ferry Road.
Wednesday, Sept. 23:
A man was cited for careless driving after getting into a crash at the intersection of Upper Boones Ferry and Bridgeport roads.
A driver was injured after crashing into the back of another vehicle, also injuring that vehicles passenger, in the 18100 block of Boones Ferry Road.
Tuesday, Sept. 22:
Windshields were smashed in the 5600 block of Omaha Court.
A windshield was smashed in the 6400 block of Nyberg Lane.
A number of vehicles were damaged in a parking lot in the 9300 block of Sagert Street, including at least three vehicles that had their tires slashed or punctured and at least two vehicles that had their front windows or windshields broken.
Someone climbed on the hood of another persons vehicle and kicked its windshield, causing damage, in the 19000 block of 57th Avenue.
A Tualatin man was arrested on suspicion of unlawfully entering and vandalizing vehicles.
A Tualatin man was arrested for violating a restraining order and choking someone over a car wash stall in the 19300 block of Boones Ferry Road.JW_DISQUS_ADD_A_COMMENT