The Tigard Police Department made the following arrests between April 24 and May 1: Drug related - 2; warrants - 2; hit and run - 1; reckless driving - 3; criminal mischief - 1; attempt to elude police - 1; prostitution - 1; negotiating a bad check - 1; theft - 3; criminal trespassing - 1; assault - 1; failure to perform the duties of a driver - 1; disorderly conduct - 1. Of these, two resulted in juvenile-related custodies.

Tuesday, May 1

• A man in the 11800 block of Pacific Highway asked people if they wanted to buy methamphetamine or weed. The man was described as "twitchy."

Monday, April 30

• A car hit a pole in the 7300 block of Bridgeport Road behind the movie theater. The car then drove off.

• A man in the 9200 block of Hall Boulevard dropped $150 on the sidewalk. The man said he saw someone pick up the cash then get in a car and drive away.

Sunday, April 29

• Several gunshots were heard in the 11800 block of Koski Drive. A neighbor told police she had heard six shots in the area between 4 and 5 a.m.

• Apartment employees in the 9900 block of Frewing Street called police to say they had trespassed people from the building, but they kept coming back and using the apartment complex as a shortcut.

• A woman and her 16-year-old daughter walked into Walgreens pharmacy, 13939 S.W. Pacific Highway, and stole a cart full of merchandise. According to employees, the two customers seemed friendly until one of them "made a scene" and was able to get the cart out of the store. They took off on foot.

• A customer jumped over the Activate kiosk at Washington Square, 9585 S.W. Washington Square Road, and knocked phones and other merchandise down. The customer was trying to get to the employee to assault him.

• A German shepherd was hit by a car in the 14300 block of Fanno Creek Court.

Saturday, April 28

• A woman was seen screaming and kicking cars in the 14700 block of 109th Avenue.

• Two men were seen asking for money outside McDonald's restaurant, 11201 S.W. 72nd Ave. Employees asked the men to leave, and they asked where the property line was. The two men then stood on the sidewalk and continued to ask people for cash.

• Someone tried to use a fake $20 bill at Starbucks, 13560 S.W. Pacific Highway. The counterfeiter had been at the store earlier that week.

Friday, April 27

• A man was seen outside of 7-Eleven, 10650 S.W. McDonald Street, with his pants down. He was reportedly acting "very weird."

• An anonymous caller told police he believed someone inside Gino's Deli, 11945 S.W. Pacific Highway, had a warrant out for his arrest.

• A man was seen walking with a 3-year-old girl near the intersection of Gaarde and Walnut streets at about 7:50 p.m. The man was wearing a black hooded sweatshirt and "looked very strange." He was reportedly looking around. Police investigated and learned the man was taking his daughter for a walk.

• A man was seen wandering around the 15800 block of 76th Avenue for hours. The man reportedly walked up to random homes in the neighborhood and asked for money "to start up a business." The man claimed he had just moved to the area from Indiana.

• A man came knocking on the door of a woman in the 11600 block of Sheffield Circle. The man was yelling and kept talking about a cat. The homeowner did not know who the man was.

• A child riding a BMX bike struck a woman in the 12200 block of Scholls Ferry Road.

Thursday, April 26

• A man called a woman in the 10800 block of Canterbury Lane and said he was with Comcast. The man knew a lot about the woman. But when the woman called Comcast, she was told the call did not come from the Comcast call center.

• A customer bought lunch at Shiraz Mediterranean restaurant, 10115 S.W. Nimbus Avenue, and left the store. The customer returned a short time later and said the lunch "wasn't worth it" and demanded his money back. When employees refused, the customer threw his bag of food at the employees.

• Someone tried to run over a middle school student near the intersection of Walnut Street and Brookside Avenue. The student said he was walking across the street when a car turned onto the road, nearly hitting him.

• A car was stolen from the 13000 block of Pacific Highway.

• A man who stole items from a business in the 11500 block of Tiedeman Avenue came back to the store two days later and stole a bucket of scrap metal.

• Someone broke into the youth center at Grace Point Community Church, 11075 S.W. Gaarde St.

Wednesday, April 25

• Four juveniles were seen at 7-Eleven, 10650 S.W. McDonald Street. Store employees told police the children walked in and out of the store. Employees believed the kids had stolen something.

• A group of people were seen smoking marijuana in the 11800 block of 91st Avenue.

• Someone busted in a door in the 13500 block of Fern Street.

• A woman was seen in a parked car in the 11100 block of 117th Terrace.

• Someone used two fake $20 bills at Starbucks, 10218 S.W. Washington Square Road. Employees said other nearby Starbucks' had seen counterfeit currency recently as well.

• A man driving on Highway 217 called police saying he was being followed by an elderly man in a silver Mini Cooper. The man said the elderly driver rolled down his window and flipped him off repeatedly.

• A driver near Gaarde and Walnut streets drove into a fence and rock wall, then backed up and sped away.

• A woman in the 9000 block of North Dakota Street woke up and found a dog in her back yard. The dog did not belong to her and refused to leave.

Tuesday, April 24

• An employee at Washington Square, 9700 S.W. Washington Square Road, called police to say a coworker had "reassaulted" him at work.

• A car driving in the Petsmart parking lot, 7501 S.W. Dartmouth St., hit a shopping cart. The car reportedly pushed the cart into another car and then drove away.

• A solicitor in the 11800 block of Lynn Street was at a home for about 15 minutes and refused to leave.

• A woman walked into an apartment complex in the 9300 block of McDonald Street and asked if she could take some photographs. Employees said the woman was "acting very odd" and called police.

• A man in the 11100 block of Hall Boulevard mailed a package a few days earlier. The package contained a set of car keys, he told police, but the package never arrived at its destination.

• Smokers in the 11900 block of 95th Avenue continually leave their cigarette butts on the ground, one witness told police.

• The mother of a Fowler Middle School student called police after a man was seen outside the school. The man was seen outside the school several times wearing a sandwich board that read "Avoid hell, choose Jesus Christ." The sign reportedly had flames on it, and the student was afraid to walk home from school because the man would talk to him.

The Tualatin Police Department reported the following crimes between April 24 and April 30: 531 calls for service; 13 arrests; and 10 traffic crashes.

Sunday, April 29

• A man was arrested for possession of cocaine in the 7000 block of Nyberg Street.

• Someone was arrested for shoplifting from a business in the 8000 block of Tualatin-Sherwood Road.

Saturday, April 28

• A woman was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol along Martinazzi Avenue near Sagert Street. Her car was impounded.

• A woman was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol in the 18000 block of 90th Avenue.

• A male fugitive was arrested at an apartment complex in the 18000 block of 90th Avenue.

• A man was arrested for simple assault and disorderly conduct in the 19000 block of Boones Ferry Road.

• A male fugitive was arrested in the 8000 block of Tualatin-Sherwood Road, and his vehicle was impounded.

Friday, April 27

• A man was arrested for driving while suspended along Boones Ferry Road near Nyberg Street. His car was impounded.

• A female fugitive was arrested in the 8000 block of Mohawk Street.

• A man was arrested for shoplifting from a business in the 19000 block of Martinazzi Avenue.

Wednesday, April 25

• Police arrested a woman following a traffic crash in the 6000 block of Sagert Street. She was charged with simple assault, domestic violence, reckless driving and an unspecified offense.

Tuesday, April 24

• A man was arrested for simple assault and domestic violence in the 20000 block of Martinazzi Avenue.

• A man was arrested for shoplifting from a business in the 7000 block of Nyberg Street.

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