This week's calls for service include: a road sign in a driveway, an angry transit-user and a workplace assault.


The Tigard Police Department reported the following arrests from Sept. 19 to Sept. 25: assault (2), carrying a concealed weapon (1), driving under the influence of intoxicants (2), drug offense (1), theft (1), unauthorized use of a motor vehicle (1), warrant (3).

Monday, Sept. 25

• A man said he was robbed in the parking lot of WinCo, 7501 S.W. Dartmouth St.

• A rifle was missing from a house in the 12700 block of Bugle Court. Its owner said he may have left the house unlocked.

• A man allegedly threatened to come back to Hertz, 13727 S.W. Pacific Hwy., with a gun after he was removed from the property.

• People left trash behind after "hanging out" next to Seishinkan Karate, 12566 S.W. Main St. This has been an ongoing issue.

• An Apple iPod was reported stolen from a vehicle in the 12300 block of Aspen Ridge Drive.

• A resident of the 9300 block of Home Street said her fence was damaged. She suspects a neighbor ws responsible for the vandalism.

• Gunshots reported in the 10700 block of 65th Avenue turned out to be fireworks.

• Two pit bulls menaced a man in the 14900 block of Leslie Court, circling him.

• A possibly drunken driver was arrested in the area of Scholls Ferry Road and 125th Avenue.

• A woman working at Foxy's, 14295 S.W. Pacific Hwy., said she was robbed by two men, at least one of whom had a gun.

Sunday, Sept. 24

• A woman claimed she had been locked inside Washington Square mall, 9585 S.W. Washington Square Road, shortly after midnight.

• A woman was heard "screaming for help" in the 9600 block of Johnson Street.

• A bicycle was stolen and a car rifled through in front of a house in the 12400 block of 122nd Avenue.

• Items were stolen from a garage in the 13300 block of 72nd Avenue.

• A drunken family member of a resident at Bonaventure of Tigard, 15000 S.W. Hall Blvd., refused to leave.

• A dog barked for at least 30 minutes in the 14500 block of 81st Avenue.

• A dog ran loose in the 15600 block of Pacific Highway while trailing a leash attached to its collar. The dog was reportedly very friendly.

• The passenger of a car in the area of Pacific Highway and Johnson Street reported that after her boyfriend honked the car's horn at another motorist, the other man got out of the car at a red light and wanted to fight them.

• A woman screamed and yelled at Joann Fabrics and Crafts, 11945 S.W. Pacific Hwy., refusing to leave the store.

• A man who appeared to be intoxicated stumbled into the street in the area of Scholls Ferry Road and North Dakota Street.

• A motorist on Highway 217 near the Greenburg Road exit said two other vehicles were following him in an apparent "road rage" incident. An object was thrown from one of the vehicles and hit his car, he said.

• A stray dog was reportedly recovered in the 9400 block of View Terrace.

• A customer in the bar at Embassy Suites, 9000 S.W. Washington Square Road, reportedly claimed he had been robbed, but another man said it did not "look like" he had been.

Saturday, Sept. 23

• A man said someone stole his vehicle while he was at 7-Eleven, 13285 S.W. Pacific Hwy.

• The front door of a business in the 11600 block of Pacific Highway was smashed.

• The air was let out of a vehicle tire in the area of 68th Parkway and Hampton Street.

• A motorist near the Hall Boulevard exit from Highway 217 said he felt "intimidated" by another driver who cursed at him after a "near miss."

• A man said he was robbed at knifepoint in the area of 72nd Avenue and Redwood Lane after swerving to avoid a pedestrian he said jumped out in front of his car.

• A man reportedly screamed and cursed at the manager of McDonald's, 12090 S.W. Main St., and refused to leave.

• Someone reported being followed by unknown people in the 7500 block of Hunziker Road. This has been an ongoing problem.

Friday, Sept. 22

• "Drag racing" was reported in the area of 79th Avenue and Durham Road.

• A man appeared to be cleaning off a road sign with a hose in an apartment driveway in the 10900 block of Gaarde Street. A witness suspected the sign may have been stolen.

• Bench Craft Co., 7216 S.W. Durham Road, was the subject of harassing and threatening phone calls.

• A resident of the 11500 block of Greenburg Road said neighbors were harassing her over parking.

• Someone at Tigard High School, 9000 S.W. Durham Road, said he was "attacked" by a female student and captured the incident on video. He said he has had an ongoing problem with harassment from the student and her friends.

Thursday, Sept. 21

• Two bracelets and pills were reported stolen in the 13200 block of Burnham Court.

• Someone in the 15400 block of Greenfield Drive reported they were having an ongoing problem with a stray dog.

• Items were reported stolen from a unit at Safegard Mini Storage, 10585 S.W. Greenburg Road.

• A man upset the MAX was not running reportedly screamed he was "going to kill everyone" as he left Tigardville Station, 12370 S.W. Main St., walking toward the Tigard Transit Center.

• A man allegedly confronted someone near the intersection of Pacific Highway and Pfaffle Street and said he wanted money and was in possession of "a bunch of guns." The alleged victim suspected the man may have been "on something," as it was difficult to understand him.

• A community mailbox was broken and mail scattered in the 11000 block of Springwood Drive.

Wednesday, Sept. 20

• A man living in the 11600 block of Lomita Avenue complained when his roommate had a male friend over that he didn't want there.

• A recycling bin was reported stolen in the 8900 block of Burnham Street.

• Six bags of trash were dumped in the 9100 block of Center Street.

• A vendor attending a conference at Embassy Suites, 9000 S.W. Washington Square Road, reported that items were stolen from his booth.

• Two chainsaws were stolen from the bed of a truck in the 15500 block of Pacific Highway.

• A computer was reported stolen in the 9500 block of Washington Square Road.

• A pedestrian at the intersection of Hall Boulevard and Bonita Road reported nearly being hit by a vehicle going through a red light.

• A woman was seen going through recycling bins and removing items in the 12400 block of Quail Creek Lane.

• The owner of a property in the 10100 block of Tigard Street said her neighbors told her there were squatters living there.

• Someone said a man threatened him after boarding a bus at the Tigard Transit Center, 8972 S.W. Commercial St.

• A friendly German shepherd was found with no collar in the 10300 block of Scholls Ferry Road.

Tuesday, Sept. 19

• A neighbor allegedly threatened workers at a job site in the 11000 block of 95th Avenue. This has been a recurring issue.

• Gang graffiti was spotted at Tigard High School, 9000 S.W. Durham Road.

• A laptop computer was reported stolen from a vehicle in the 14400 block of Pacific Highway.

• Someone complained of a woman asking her "strange questions" in the 10900 block of 121st Avenue.

• A resident of the 10200 block of Murdock Street reported an ongoing problem with a neighbor.

• A man wearing a tie and slacks asked people for gas money at Target, 9009 S.W. Hall Blvd.

• Someone who was not supposed to used dumpsters in the 13400 block of Hawks Beard Street.

• A drunken person allegedly trespassed in the 13100 block of Hall Boulevard.

• A woman who could not afford to stay at Embassy Suites, 9000 S.W. Washington Square Road, reportedly refused to leave.

• A man said when he tried to tell another man in the parking lot of Target, 15570 S.W. Pacific Hwy., that he had hit a car, the man shoved him.


The Tualatin Police Department reported the following from Sept. 19 to Sept. 25: 625 calls for service, 16 traffic crashes and 10 arrests.

Monday, Sept. 25

• A theft from a vehicle was reported in the 10300 block of Susquehanna Drive.

• Metal and pallets were reported stolen from Western Precision Products, 21101 S.W. 115th Ave.

• A wallet was stolen from a vehicle in the 10200 block of Moratoc Drive.

• A truck was reported stolen in the 10200 block of Siletz Drive.

• Tablets were stolen from outside Stanton Furniture, 21249 S.W. 115th Ave.

• Someone unlawfully entered a vehicle in the driveway of a residence in the 10200 block of 103rd Court.

• A backpack was stolen from a vehicle outside Buffalo Wild Wings, 8505 S.W. Tualatin-Sherwood Road, after the window of the vehicle was broken.

Sunday, Sept. 24

• Items were stolen from two vehicle in the 21600 block of Columbia Drive.

• Items and cash were stolen from a vehicle parked at a residence in the 10900 block of Nelson Street.

Saturday, Sept. 23

• A battery was stolen from a vehicle in the 19400 block of 90th Court.

• Items valued at $500 were stolen from a vehicle in the 22400 block of 110th Place.

• A firearm and tools valued together at $900 were stolen from a garage in the 17600 block of Cheyenne Way.

• A Sherwood man was arrested for assault in the 19300 block of 90th Court after he allegedly attacked and injured someone at work.

• A Tualatin man was arrested on a felony warrant in the area of Boones Ferry Road and Nyberg Street.

Friday, Sept. 22

• A Newberg man was arrested for theft after allegedly stealing more than $2,150 in items from Lam Research, 11361 S.W. Leveton Dr.

Tuesday, Sept. 19

• Items were stolen from Airgas, 16325 S.W. Upper Boones Ferry Road.

• More than $4,000 in jewelry and other items was stolen from a residence in the 6600 block of Sagert Street.

• A Tigard man was arrested for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, possession of a stolen vehicle and theft by receiving, among other charges, in the 19200 block of Martinazzi Avenue.

• A Beaverton woman was arrested for violating a restraining order in the 11900 block of Tualatin Road.

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