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The following events were reported to police in Beaverton, Tigard and Tualatin.

BEAVERTON POLICE

Monday, March 12

• Someone shut off power to a business in the 8000 block of Southwest Hall Boulevard, the security cameras stopped working, and concrete was thrown through a window. The safe was pried from the floor, with a loss of $1,700 in cash, and office equipment inside was damaged.

• Three Honda 2000i generators, each valued at $1,000, were reported stolen from a garage in the 5000 block of Southwest Menlo Drive when the thief found a hidden garage-door opener. Other items also were reported stolen.

• A 2005 GMC rental truck, with keys inside, was reported stolen from a business in the 14000 block of Southwest Tualatin Valley Highway.

• A 2000 Honda Accord was reported stolen from an apartment complex in the 4000 block of Southwest 142nd Avenue. Keys were not in the car.

• Tools valued at more than $2,000 were reported stolen in three separate incidents from a business in the 4000 block of Southwest 110th Avenue, and the 13000 block of Northwest Science Park Drive.

• A vehicle was stolen from a business in the 12000 block of Southwest Canyon Road by a sales representative who forged an agreement for a temporary loan of the car, and used his girlfriend's driver license and insurance. The business discovered the theft when the girlfriend was involved in a crash.

• A wallet was reported stolen from a purse in the 100 block of Southwest 171st Avenue. The victim told police she believes the theft was committed by a visitor who put a curse on her.

• A former employee from Beaverton was arrested on a charge of shoplifting after she was caught with goods valued at $400 outside a business in the 15000 block of Southwest Walker Road.

Tuesday, March 13

• An intoxicated man was escorted out of a business in the 8000 block of Southwest Hall Boulevard and got into an argument with a female bartender. Another man took offense at some of the words used and punched the intoxicated man into unconsciousness.

• A 2018 gray Porsche 911 GT3, valued at $220,000, was reported stolen from a business in the 13000 block of Southwest Tualatin Valley Highway. Keys were in the vehicle.

• A transient was arrested on charges of theft and possession of a stolen vehicle from a business in the 13000 block of Southwest Tualatin Valley Highway.

• A transient was arrested at Southwest Canyon Road and 117th Avenue on charges of drinking in public, and after police took him into custody, criminal mischief for urinating in the back of a patrol car.

• Various items were reported stolen from unlocked women's lockers at a business in the 13000 block of Southwest Meridian Street.

Wednesday, March 14

• A display laptop computer and a charging cord, valued at $1,000, were reported stolen from a business in the 2000 block of Southwest Cedar Hills Boulevard.

• A silver 1997 Honda Accord was reported stolen at Southwest 125th Avenue and Center Street.

• A Beaverton man was arrested on charges of strangulation (misdemeanor) and offensive physical contact after he slapped his girlfriend in the face and put his hands over her mouth to restrict her breathing. He also took her mobile phone to keep her from calling police. The incident took place in the 5000 block of Southwest Murray Boulevard.

• A lawnmower and two weed whackers, valued at $785, were reported stolen from a construction site in the 9000 block of Southwest Denney Road.

• A black 2014 Audi A4 was reported stolen from a service bay at a business in the 13000 block of Southwest Tualatin Valley Highway.

• A Beaverton man was arrested on multiple charges after police pulled him over at Southwest Walker Road and Roxbury Avenue for reckless driving, but then attempted to elude police on the northbound on-ramp to Highway 217. He struck a concrete median, disabled his vehicle, fled on foot south on Highway 217, crossed the MAX tracks and into the area north of St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church. He was tracked with the help of a police dog.

• A wallet and mobile phone were reported taken in a robbery in the 12000 block of Southwest Center Street, where someone held a sharp instrument to the victim's neck and used the victim's facial recognition to unlock the phone. A police dog tracked the robber to the Beaverton Transit Center, but lost his trail there.

Thursday, March 15

• A man from Silver Lake, Wash., was arrested on charges of drunken driving and reckless driving after he crashed into a cable barrier westbound on the Sunset Highway near Southwest Murray Boulevard.

• A business in the 16000 block of Southwest Barrows Road reported the loss of a safe containing between $500 and $1,000 after a window was smashed.

• A 1996 dark blue Subaru Legacy was reported stolen in the 11000 block of Southwest Windmill Drive.

• A black Cannondale street bicycle with white grips, valued at $1,200, was reported stolen from a MAX train between Portland and the Beaverton Transit Center.

• A purse was reported stolen from the passenger seat of a car parked in the 5000 block of Southwest Scholls Ferry Road. The thief broke a window to gain entry.

• A 1996 blue Ford Ranger with a canopy was reported stolen in the 15000 block of Southwest Jenkins Road. Both brake lights and a driver's-side headlight were broken.

Friday, March 16

• A Portland man was arrested on multiple charges when, after a traffic stop at Southwest Cherryhill Drive and Wilson Avenue, he attempted to elude police on foot.

• A car was destroyed in an apparent arson in the 5000 block of Southwest Erickson Avenue. Witnesses told police they heard "fire in the hole" before the explosion.

• A transient was arrested on charges of shoplifting and possession of heroin after his attempt at theft was foiled at a business in the 15000 block of Southwest Walker Road. He was found in a bathroom at a nearby business with half a gram of heroin.

• A 37-week pregnant woman attempted to turn around in a driveway in the 6000 block of Southwest Imperial Drive, felt a sharp pain, hit the accelerator and crashed into a garage door and car inside. Police said the mother and baby were fine.

Saturday, March 17

• A Portland woman was arrested on a charge of drunken driving at a traffic stop on Sunset Highway westbound at Southwest Baltic Avenue.

• A Portland woman was arrested on a charge of drunken driving at Southwest Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway and Griffith Drive.

• A Portland man was arrested on charges of drunken driving, interfering with police and resisting arrest after he left a business in the 10000 block of Southwest Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway and drove over the median. He refused to get out of the car and police used pepper spray on him. A passenger left the car and police pulled out the driver.

• A Beaverton man was arrested on charges of violating a restraining order and a release agreement when he reportedly used concrete steppingstone to break the front window of a home in the 14000 block of Southwest Carlsbad Drive. (Police arrested him again on Sunday morning on identical charges, plus a new misdemeanor charge of stalking, after he broke the window of a rear door at the home.)

Sunday, March 18

• A Beaverton man was arrested on charges of drunken driving and reckless driving after he was stopped for speeding at Southwest Scholls Ferry Road and 125th Avenue. Four passengers were in the car.

• A Vancouver, Wash., woman was arrested on charges of drunken driving and recklessly endangering another person as she drove on the Southwest Denney Road northbound on-ramp to Highway 217.

• A Beaverton man was arrested on a charge of drunken driving as he drove on the Southwest Allen Boulevard northbound on-ramp to Highway 217.

• A Beaverton man was arrested on a charge of drunken driving at a traffic stop at Northwest Sherry Street and Murray Boulevard.

• A Martin guitar, valued at $3,600, was reported stolen from a vehicle parked in the 17000 block of Northwest Evergreen Parkway.

• An unknown amount of jewelry was reported stolen when a side window was broken at a business in the 14000 block of Southwest Osprey Drive.

• A Tigard woman was arrested on a charge of drunken driving at a stop on the Southwest Denney Road southbound on-ramp to Highway 217.

TIGARD POLICE

Over the last week, the Tigard Police Department reported one case of fraud, four assaults, two outstanding warrant arrests, six thefts, three DUIIs and one drug offense.

Monday, March 20

• A man was reported trying to break into someone's car in the 12200 block of Garden Place.

• A man with something in his hand was reported having pried open a door on a Honda Civic and had rummaged through the glove box in the 11900 block of Garden Place.

• Someone called to report an ongoing issue with subject smoking drugs near an apartment complex in the 11800 block of 91st Avenue.

• The theft of an iPhone was reported at Metro PCS.

• A man was reported exposing himself outside a store at Washington Square.

• A case of fraud was reported after a fake $100 bill was received over the weekend at a business in the 10100 block of Nimbus Avenue.

• A man reportedly came into a business in the 16900 block of 72nd Avenue with an empty duffel bag and stole merchandise.

• A very drunk and hallucinating man was reported leaning over the top edge of a parking structure at Washington Square.

• A business in the 12200 block of Scholls Ferry Road reported receiving a counterfeit bill over the weekend.

• A vehicle was reported stolen from the 8000 block of Pfaffle Street.

• A trailer was reported stolen from a business in the 7100 block of Fir Loop.

Sunday, March 18

• A resident in the 7700 block of Pfaffle Street reported someone trying to break into her apartment.

• A man was reported in the women's restrooms in the 12000 block of Main Street, possibly using drugs. He was asked to leave but refused.

• An employee called to report a couple who are known to steal hard drives were in a business in the 7800 block of Dartmouth Street.

• A person who was in Walmart for more than five hours, and was asked to leave twice, was formally "trespassed" from the store.

Saturday, March 17

• A man said another man threatened to beat him up at a business in the 11500 block of 88th Avenue.

The reporting party said the person threatening him was a former neighbor.

• A theft was reported at Value Village after three individuals placed items in personal bags and left the store.

• A man who lost his wallet at Washington Square said he noticed transactions on his credit card and he cancelled it.

• Residents of an apartment complex in the 16100 block of 108th Avenue reported cars broken into overnight.

• Someone called to report seeing a 14-year-old boy with a pipe smoking marijuana.

• Someone called to report a leaf blower and trimmer had been stolen from a truck parked at Home Depot.

• Lime or some type of powder were sprinkled on a truck in the 12190 block of Hollow Lane. The reporting party said something similar has happened twice before.

Friday, March 16

• A man with no movie ticket was reportedly bothering other customers at Regal Tigard Cinemas. He later was found looking inside vehicle windows in the business' parking lot.

• A shoplifter, who also had a warrant out of his arrest, was taken into custody at Washington Square.

• A burglary, which occurred two to three days earlier, was reported in the 11400 block of Lomita Avenue. The occupant reported items thrown around the home along with missing items.

• A resident reported a case of identity theft after an account was opened in his name.

• A speed limit sign just north of Pfaffle Street and a school zone sign just north of Oak Street were reported spray-painted with graffiti.

• The bathroom of a gas station in the 13900 block of Pacific Highway was tagged with graffiti.

• An individual asking for money on the corner of Pacific Highway and Durham Road reportedly spit on the motorists' vehicle when he didn't give him any.

• A bullet hole was found in an outbuilding in the 11900 block of 119th Avenue.

• A fitness business who allowed a homeless individual to use the shower said the man would not leave and was still in the bathroom 40 minutes later.

• A resident who left her purse in her vehicle overnight woke up to alerts that her credit cards were being used.

Thursday, March 15

• A suspicious person dressed in a trenchcoat holding a black umbrella and a bottle of alcohol was reported standing at the intersection of Fanno Creek Drive and Fanno Creek Loop.

• A man was reported cutting open boxes containing computer hard drives in a bathroom stall in the 7800 block of Dartmouth Street and seemed angry with other members of his group.

• Someone reported three to five homeless individuals walking through a job site and going through dumpsters in the 11700 block of Pacific Highway.

• A homeless camp that appeared abandoned but littered with debris was reported at Tigard Street and Tiedeman Avenue.

• A package was stolen from a porch in the 10200 block of 69th Avenue according to a resident who saw the incident on a security camera.

• A resident in the 12500 block of North Dakota Street reported the theft of her social security and green card from her backpack.

Wednesday, March 14

• An incident of road rage was reported near Pinebrook Street and Hall Boulevard after someone reported being followed by a blue sedan who kept honking at them.

• A garbage can was reported stolen from the 11400 block of 95th Avenue.

Monday, March 12

• A resident in the 9900 block of McDonald Street flagged down an officer to report her purse had been stolen.

• A man was reported exposing himself at Pacific Highway and McDonald Street.

• A "grab and run" theft was reported in the 9300 block of Washington Square Road involving a Dodge Caravan.

• Someone reported a man "tweaking" outside a business in the 11900 block of Pacific Highway who also tried to rob the reporting party but didn't get anything.

• A parent called to report her daughter's iPhone had been stolen from the girl's backpack.

• The theft of a laser-measuring device from a building under construction was reported in the 10800 block of Derry Dell Court.

• A resident in the 14200 block of 112th Avenue believes his vehicle was being broken into.

• A contractor reported three "squatters" at a construction site in the 11700 block of Pacific Highway.

TUALATIN POLICE

Over the last week police responded to 602 calls for service including investigating 16 traffic crashes and making 16 total arrests.

Tuesday, March 13

• A transient was arrested for possession of methamphetamine and on probation violation at Sweek Drive and 92nd Terrace.

• A 23-year-old Tualatin man was arrested after assaulting a man with a deadly weapon while trying to steal his car in the 9300 block of Sagert Street.

• A man was cited for answering a question untruthfully on an ATF form to purchase a weapon.

• A transient was arrested for allegedly breaking into a car and stealing a purse in the 19900 block of Boones Ferry Road.

• A 28-year-old Tualatin man was arrested on a variety of charges, including reckless driving, aggravated assault and DUII after a hit and run crash at Nyberg Street and Nyberg Lane.

• Vandalism was reported in the 19400 block of Mohave Court after someone entered a storage facility.

Wednesday, March 14

• A case of fraud by deception was reported after a victim reported losing $450.

• A man was arrested for stealing alcohol and jewelry from the Fred Meyer store.

• A resident reported his vehicle having been stolen from the 8000 block of Avery Street.

Friday, March 16

• A woman was arrested for providing false information to police and on an outstanding fugitive warrant. She was also found in possession of methamphetamine.

• A 21-year-old Oregon City man was arrested for attempting to purchase a firearm while having an active restraining order against him.

Sunday, March 18

• A man living in the 9700 block of Tualatin Road was arrested for shooting off illegal fireworks and finding he was in violation of his probation.

• A man contacted in the 18900 block of Martinazzi Avenue was cited for being in possession of methamphetamine.

• A 39-year-old Tualatin man was arrested for an outstanding warrant for possession of cocaine.

• A resident reported damage to a vehicle parked in the 6800 block of Montauk Circle after it was hit with eggs and had chocolate syrup poured on it.

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