The following incidents were reported by Tualatin and Tigard police departments between Dec. 26, 2017, and Jan. 1, 2018.

The Tigard Police Department reported the following arrests from Dec. 26 to Jan. 1: theft – 2, warrant – 2, drug offense – 1, criminal mischief - 1, unlawful purchase of a weapon – 1, embezzlement – 1, DUII – 2.


Monday, Jan. 1

• A resident called to report she was frustrated with all the fireworks going off in the area of Gaarde and 114th streets because it was preventing her 1-year-old daughter from sleeping.

• Criminal mischief was reported in the 14600 block i>of Bonita Villa Apartments after a victim's car was "keyed."

• A man angry at a store's bottle drop in the 15500 block of Pacific Highway started throwing cans at cashiers, injuring one.

• A man possibly carrying a box of pizza came to an apartment complex in the 10600 block of 121st asking for a certain woman. The man at the residence contacted the woman who said she didn't know the man who by now was inside an apartment laundry room.

Sunday, Dec. 31

• A man on a bike was reported taking packages from the 7600 block of Landau Street and placing them in his backpack.

• A possible DUII was reported in the 11500 block of Durham Road involving a male driver who could not even walk.

Saturday, Dec. 30

• A Christmas light projector was taken from a home in the 7800 block of Webber Lane.

Someone broke into a video poker machine at a business in the 11400 block of Pacific Highway.

• A resident called police to report she things she left her wallet on a counter at Bed Bath and Beyond. She believes the suspect may be the person behind her in line and later noticed an alert from Best Buy saying someone tried unsuccessfully make a purchase there using her credit card.

• A shoplifter was reported at Washington Square.

Friday, Dec. 29

• Two golf bags with clubs as well as a golf push cart were stolen out of a garage in the 11900 block of Aspen Ridge Drive.

A vehicle parked in the 10400 block of 87th Avenue was broken into the previous night.

• A suspicious person was reported having jumped out of bushes wearing a ski mask and a jacket with the hood pulled up in the 14200 block of Barrows Road.

• A person pounding on a front door in the 8000 block of Barnum Street turned out to be a process server.

Someone reported a woman jumping into traffic while yelling and cursing motorists at McDonald Street and Pacific Highway.

• A man who lost his wallet at Washington Square reported that someone had made two purchases on his bank account.

Thursday, Dec. 28

• A resident called to report a dead dog or coyote in the road on Hall Boulevard near McDonald Street.

Two Star Shower holiday laser lights were reported stolen from a lawn in the 15400 block of Kenton Drive. A neighbor's holiday light was taken as well.

• A suspicious person carrying a 2-liter bottle of Mountain Dew and smoking a cigarette was reported walking up and down High Tor Drive and Benchview Terrace with his dog.

Christmas lights were reported stolen from a home in the 11900 block of 95th Avenue.

• A resident in the 12000 block of Walnut Street reported a man with a beard and carrying bags was pacing back and forth in front of the reporting party's driveway. When the homeowner tried to turn into her driveway, the man yelled at her.

• A homeowner in the 15000 block of Royalty Parkway reported someone slashed the tires on his vehicle.

Wednesday, Dec. 27

• A stolen vehicle was reported from the 11460 block of Pacific Highway.

Someone called to report a group of people exiting a dark sedan and exchanging "stuff" that the caller believed were drugs at Aspen Ridge Drive and Bull Mountain Road.

• A customer at Value Village had his bicycle stolen from Value Village while he was inside for less than a minute.

Police responded to a report from a caller who said the home they have up for sale in the 15000 block of Corbin Street had been broken into for the second time.

• A work truck parked at the Jackson Gas Station had been broken into over the weekend, sustaining damage to its doors.

Someone called to report the theft of gas from a U Haul parked in the 15500 block of Pacific Highway.


The Tualatin Police Department reported the following from Dec. 26, 2017, to Jan. 1, 2018: 518 calls for service, 17 traffic crashes and 11 arrests.

The Tualatin Police Department reported the following from Dec. 26, 2017 to Jan. 1, 2018: 518 calls for service, 17 traffic crashes and 11 arrests.

Monday, Jan. 1

A man contacted in the 18000 block of Pacific Highway was arrested on a probation violation.

A Toyota Camry parked in the parking lot of an apartment complex in the 19300 block of 65th Avenue was vandalized.

Sunday, Dec. 31

The Apple Computer Store at Bridgeport Village reported the theft of two iPhones that had a total value of $1,448.

A man who had a total of eight aliases was arrested on a felony fugitive warrant in the 10400 block of Pueblo Street.

Saturday, Dec. 30

Clothes, household goods and money all valued at $182 were taken from a vehicle parked in the 22700 block of 87th Place.

A woman who had outstanding warrants out for a parole violation and failure to appear on a theft charge was arrested near Martinazzi Avenue and Nyberg Street.

A man wanted on outstanding theft warrants was arrested in the 19500 block of 67th Avenue.

Thursday, Dec. 28

Police arrested a man on a fugitive warrant in the 19300 block of 65th Avenue.

A hit and run accident with vehicle damage was reported in the 7400 block of Bridgeport Road.

Wednesday, Dec. 27

A transient was arrested for shoplifting at the Apple Computer Store at Bridgeport Village for allegedly stealing three pairs of Beats headphone each valued at $300 each. He was also found to be in violation of his parole for possessing heroin.

Tuesday, Dec. 26

A man was charged with larceny for allegedly shoplifting headphones valued at $329 from the Apple Computer Store at Bridgeport Village.

A woman was arrested on outstanding warrants and providing false information to police officers when contacted in the 8100 block of Nyberg Street.

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