What were Washington County Sheriff's Office deputies assigned to Banks up to in June? Find out in this month's police log

- A patron of the Banks Pharmacy left behind a bag with prescriptions in it. They went back and found the bag but one of the prescriptions was missing.

- Officers received a report secondhand about potentially stolen groceries at Jim's Thriftway.

- A patron of Main Street Pizza said they left behind a set of hearing aids on a table but business staff said they didn't find them.

- A man was walking down Main Street in and out in front of traffic. He dropped his pants in front of a bar, urinated on himself, wiped his behind with a newspaper and left it on a bar stool. He then ate a candy bar at the Shell station. Officers contacted him and he made suicidal statements. Police placed him in protective custody and took him to St. Vincent's Hospital.

- A hit-and-run occurred in the parking lot of Banks High School during a sporting event.

- A man with a possible mental illness was making threats at Quail Valley Golf Course. His caretaker came to pick him up. There were no further incidents.

- A woman living on Banks Road received an explicit photo on her cell phone from an unknown number. The texter knew explicit information about her.

- Officers followed up on a report of a restraining order violation outside city limits. Police arrested a man and took him to jail.

- A juvenile ran away in the late night and early morning from her home on Sunset Avenue. She was located in Portland walking the street by her mom. The girl was taken into protective custody and transported to the hospital for evaluation.

- A woman said her ex-boyfriend keeps coming to her residence even after she's asked him not to.

- An unknown suspect punched through the NAPA Autoparts window.

- An intoxicated man drove to Main Street Pizza. He was arrested for DUII and taken to jail. His blood alcohol limit was nearly twice the legal limit.

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