Below are many of the calls received by the Tigard and Tualatin police departments over the past week.

Tigard Police Department

Monday, Feb. 12

• A man scared a woman in the Walmart parking lot and she ran away to her car, dropping her phone in the process. She believes the man picked up her phone and told police she had tracked it to a location in the 8300 block of Mohawk Street in Tualatin.

• A homeowner reported hearing noises outside his Springwood Drive residence and saw motion lights continuing to blink on. He also saw the neighbor looking at something near his home and believes it was a prowler.

Sunday, Feb. 11

• A vehicle, possibly containing an intoxicated driver, rolled over, hit the center barrier and flipped into a ditch at Barrows Road and 154th Avenue.

• The theft of furniture placed outside was reported in the 8600 block of Oak Street.

• A window was smashed on a vehicle in the parking lot outside of the Washington Square food court. Police were unable to immediately locate the driver but the shattered glass was cleaned up and a business card was left.

n Someone called to report two homeless men sitting in front of a business in the 11500 block of Durham Road, possibly using drugs. Police found that wasn't the case but the individuals were "trespassed" from the location.

• A suspicious man was reported at 90th Avenue and Locust Street with the caller saying he was expose on his front side with his back towards nearby children playing on a playground.

• A transient was reported living in a wooded area in the 9700 block of Shady Lane. Police contacted the individual and gave him a warning.

Friday, Feb. 9

• A transient was reported setting up a camp on home owners' association property in the 11000 block of Legacy Oak Way.

• A mother reported that her son was kicked by an older boy who lives in the same area on 135th Avenue.

• A car going southbound up a hill at 109th Avenue and Canterbury Lane was reported stuck in the median.

Thursday, Feb. 8

• A suspicious person, who was believed to be selling cocaine, was reported in a parking lot at 11900 Pacific Highway.

• A rollover accident was reported on Highway 217 at the 72nd Avenue after a vehicle crashed into a barrier.

• A theft was reported by a woman in the 14700 block of 81st Avenue who said her medicine was stolen.

• A man on a bike was reported prowling cars in the 14300 block of Pacific Highway. He was believed to be carrying a slimjim.

• A neighbor's gray and brown-colored horse was reported running loose on Watkins Avenue and Cook Lane. Police corralled the animal.

• Two transients were reported setting up camp and cooking in a greenspace in the 11700 block of Pacific Highway.

Wednesday, Feb. 7

• An employee of a business in the 12000 block of Main Street reported an unwanted man who has been in and out of the store all day. He had been asked to leave several times but had refused.

• A debit card arrived at the home of a women in the 9200 block of Hillview Street that she had not requested. It had her name on it but a neighbor's address.

• A bike was reported stolen from the 8500 block of Schmidt Loop

• Two people were reported creeping around and looking inside a white Ford Expedition in the 11400 block of Pacific Highway.

Tuesday, Feb. 6

• A man placed his bike lock onto a woman's bike, which she had already locked before she went into a business in the 12000 block of Main Street. When she came out, the man claimed it was his bike but removed the lock after an argument. He then placed his lock on someone else's bike.

• Someone stole a couple of bikes off a porch in the 7600 block of Bonita Road.

• A resident found a threatening letter on her porch in the 16100 block of 108th Avenue.

• A traffic accident was reported at Pacific Highway and Bull Mountain Road.

• Someone stole a passport from a vehicle in the 8600 block of Scoffins Street prior to Jan. 30.

• A driver called to report she was almost run off the road by a red Toyota Camry at Durham Road and 108th Avenue.

• Someone reported that homeless people were beginning to camp in an area behind a building in the 11700 block of Pacific Highway. Police gave the campers a warning.

• Two transients were reported fighting on the corner between the north and south lanes of Pacific Highway at Durham Road, hitting each other with their respective cardboard signs.

• Criminal mischief was reported after a water reservoir at 135th Avenue and Lauren Lane was "tagged."

n Criminal mischief was reported to a restroom in the 10300 block of Canterbury Lane after gang tags were discovered.

Tualatin Police Department

From Feb. 6-12, the Tualatin Police Department responded to 577 calls for service including 12 traffic crashes and 11 arrests.

Tuesday, Feb. 6

• Someone tagged the Tualatin View Apartments with gang graffiti sometime during the night.

• A 38-year-old Gresham man was arrested for driving under the influence of intoxicants.

• Someone tagged LA Fitness with gang graffiti during the night.

• Gang graffiti was also reported spray-painted at the Villas on the Lake condos.

• A resident in the 6700 block of Nyberg Street called to report the theft of a companion animal, which occurred in December.

• Identity theft/credit card fraud was reported after charges were made on a credit card.

• Vandalism totaling $400 was reported to a vehicle possibly when it was parked in the Fred Meyer lot.

• Someone painted gang graffiti to buildings and signs near or at the hedges Green Shopping Center, the majority of it found near the Starbucks.

• Gang graffiti was found on Tri-Met structures in the 18900 block of Boones Ferry Road.

• Graffiti was reported in a city park at 18880 Martinazzi Avenue.

• An employee of Dick's Sporting Goods had allegedly been creating fraudulent return transactions by returning items to the store, taking either the monetary return in cash, credited transaction or credited gift cards.

Wednesday, Feb. 7

• Someone painted gang graffiti on a fence in the 9200 block of Cascara Lane

• Shoplifting was reported at the REI store after electronics valued at $569 were taken.

• Aggravated assault and disorderly conduct were reported at the McDonald's restaurant after a man threatened employees with a knife. The subject was taken into custody without incident.

Thursday, Feb. 8

• An unknown individual spray painted a garbage enclosure in the 18700 block of Boones Ferry Road.

• Someone spray painted a basketball court at the main city park at 18880 Martinazzi Avenue.

• Someone damaged three video poker LCD tough screens at the Royal Panda restaurant on Hazel Fern Road.

Friday, Feb. 9

• A resident reported leaving his laptop and iPad on the roof of his vehicle after leaving work in Tualatin and driving to Newberg.

• Theft was reported at Accurate Auto of Tualatin after a vehicle was broken into.

Saturday, Feb. 10

• A man was arrested in the 17600 block of Chippewa Trail on an outstanding fugitive warrant while another individual living at the residence was arrested on outstanding parole violations involving theft ad methamphetamine.

• A man was charged with recklessly endangering another person after he discharged a firearm that went into the apartment next his without striking anyone on Lower Boones Ferry Road.

• Cars at the Villas on the Lake and the Mews condos were spray-painted with a variety of words.

• Someone sprayed gang graffiti on property at Valvoline Instant Oil Change in the 6900 block of Nyberg Street.

• A manager called to report graffiti sprayed the Casa de Robles Apartment in the 19500 block of Boones Ferry Road.

Sunday, Feb. 11

• A man stole two sets of high-end headphones valued at $300 each from the Apple computer store.

• A fan was trespassed from a basketball game at Tualatin High School after displaying inappropriate behavior.

Monday, Feb. 12

• A 30-year-old Beaverton man was arrested for allegedly throwing a metal pipe at a vehicle, causing damage. He was also charged with resisting arrest and in for a probation violation.

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