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TIGARD

The Tigard Police Department made the following arrests between March 8 and March 15: drug related — 3; theft — 6; assault — 1; robbery — 1; false information to a police officer — 1; driving under the influence of intoxicants — 3; criminal mischief — 1; driving while suspended — 1; warrant — 3; disorderly conduct — 1.

Monday, March 14

— A man paced back and forward on the Haines Street overpass above Interstate 5.

— Two customers yelled at employees at Target, 9009 S.W. Hall Blvd., then left the store and were “lurking” outside the building.

— A man was told to leave 7-Eleven, 10765 S.W. Greenburg Rd., after going behind the counter.

— A man was seen pounding on the steering wheel of a van and yelling as it sat motionless at the intersection of 72nd Avenue and Pacific Highway.

— Two people known to be shoplifters fought over items outside Nordstrom, 9700 S.W. Washington Square Rd.

— A group of people smoked marijuana in Woodard Park.

— A shoplifter who may have been on drugs struggled as loss prevention personnel detained him at Macy's, 9300 S.W. Washington Square Rd.

— A woman refused to pay hotel fees for three days at the Washington Square Hotel, 10830 S.W. Greenburg Rd., and then refused to leave when she was asked to vacate.

— Someone broke open mailboxes in the 11500 block of Pacific Highway.

— Someone in the 14100 block of Barrows Road reported receiving emails claiming he had committed a traffic violation. Police told him it was probably a scam.

— A car crashed into a mailbox in the 11600 block of Fonner Street.

Sunday, March 13

— A young woman spent “all day” at WinCo, 7501 S.W. Dartmouth St., and bought a few items.

— A man walking his pit bull off leash kicked it repeatedly in the 13500 block of Pacific Highway.

Saturday, March 12

— A man jumped in front of a car and shined a flashlight into it near the intersection of Essex Drive and Tamaway Lane.

— A man riding in his coworker's car became belligerent in the 15700 block of Upper Boones Ferry Road, and the driver told police he did not want him there anymore.

— An electric scooter was stolen from Archers Afield, 11945 S.W. Pacific Hwy.

Friday, March 11

— A man was seen “zig zagging” between cars while shining a flashlight on his face near the intersection of 135th Avenue and Walnut Street.

— A dog cried after being put in a crate near the vicinity of 95th Avenue and Greenburg Road.

— A man went through garbage cans in the 11500 block of Gaarde Street.

— Two people dressed in camouflage, one with a long gun strapped to his back, were seen near the intersection of 79th Avenue and Bonita Road.

— A man touched himself inappropriately at DSW Designer Shoe Warehouse, 16920 S.W. 72nd Ave., Tigard.

— A soiled tampon was placed at a woman's front door in the 11800 block of 91st Avenue.

— Someone complained after her neighbor shot an air rifle at “critters in the trees” in the 12800 block of Chicory Court.

Thursday, March 10

— A man stole a purse in the 11900 block of Pacific Highway.

— Someone damaged the window of the leasing office at the Brighton Hills Apartments, 10450 S.W. McDonald St.

Wednesday, March 9

— Someone called a person in the 11100 block of 81st Avenue claiming to be a deputy and saying the person had missed a court appearance.

— Someone stole a radio from a vehicle in the 10600 block of Canterbury Lane and left a large knife behind.

— A man swore at someone who asked him to stop smoking by the front door in the 10700 block of Greenburg Road, then went and bought more cigarettes, came back and started smoking by the front door again.

— A woman paced back and forth in front of a building in the 11500 block of 135th Avenue.

Tuesday, March 8

— After missing his bus, a man started banging on the side of the vehicle and stared down the driver in the 8900 block of Commercial Street.

— Someone stole a basket of items and left them in a vehicle in the 15500 block of Pacific Highway.

— A teenage boy walks through the 11500 block of Pacific Highway at “all times of the day,” usually with a skateboard.

— Upon moving out, renters “trashed” the house in the 12900 block of Pacific Highway where they had been living.

— A dog ran loose in the 13500 block of Hall Boulevard, but it was not being aggressive.

TUALATIN

The Tualatin Police Department reported the following between March 8 and March 14: 605 calls for service, 17 traffic crashes and 5 arrests.

Monday, March 14

— A Portland man was arrested for interfering with public safety after standing outside the Tualatin Police Station, 8650 S.W. Tualatin Rd., and repeatedly calling 911 asking to pick up his personal property.

Saturday, March 12

— A Tualatin man was arrested on a Washington County warrant in the 20100 block of 70th Avenue.

— A man reported that two of his firearms, collectively valued at $475, were missing in the 8400 block of Tygh Loop and he did not know what happened to them.

Friday, March 11

— A cellphone and wallet were stolen from an unlocked vehicle in the 19900 block of Boones Ferry Road.

Thursday, March 10

— A Tualatin man was arrested for driving drunk after a hit-and-run crash in the 19700 block of 95th Avenue.

— A Portland man was arrested for criminal trespass and carrying a concealed weapon in the 17900 block of McEwan Road.

— Someone threw a “substance” onto a parked vehicle in the 19200 block of Martinazzi Avenue.

Wednesday, March 9

— A Tualatin man was arrested for domestic assault in the 17900 block of McEwan Road.

— Someone reported being assaulted by a contractor in the 17600 block of 65th Avenue.

— A stolen vehicle was located in the 7700 block of Nyberg Street. The tow truck dispatched to recover it then dragged it into a nearby parked car.

Tuesday, March 8

— A cyclist using a crosswalk at the intersection of Boones Ferry and Tualatin-Sherwood roads was struck by a motor vehicle, causing injury.

— $8,000 in concrete equipment was stolen from inside a trailer in the 12200 block of Myslony Street.