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Here's a listing of incidents handled by the Tigard and Tualatin police departments over the last week.

Over the last week, the following incidents were reported by the Tigard Police Department:

Warrants – 6, Carrying a Concealed Weapon – 2, Assault – 2, Forgery – 1, Theft – 3, Drug Offense – 1, DUII – 1 and Theft from a Vehicle – 2.

Tuesday, April 10

• A resident in the 13500 block of Ash Avenue reported garbage cans hit on his road, saying speeding cars in general were responsible. He noted he saw a school bus speeding the day before, going what he believed was 40 to 45 mph.

• Vehicles in the 12100 block of Garden Place were broken into overnight.

• The cabin area of a van parked in the 11300 block of Bull Mountain Road was forced open overnight although it wasn't clear if anything was missing.

• The men's room at the Tigard Library was reported tagged with graffiti. Also reported the same day was tagging to a shed by the track at Fowler Middle School.

• A customer tried to cash what appeared to be a stolen check at a business in the 6600 block of Cardinal Lane.

• Two people were reported trying to break into a vehicle in the 11200 block of Greenburg Road.

• A handgun was reported stolen from a lockbox in a vehicle parked in the 11500 block of Pacific Highway.

Wednesday, April 11

• Graffiti was reported on a bathroom off of Shoreview Place and Winterlake Drive.

• License plates were removed from a vehicle parked in the 11500 block of 88th Avenue.

• A resident called to report a wallet and credit cards had been stolen previously.

• A fast-talking solicitor carrying a bottle of Downy was reported going door-to-door in the 12600 block of 116th Avenue asking a resident when she last had her carpets cleaned.

• A woman who was believed to have been drinking was reported boarding a motorized cart and driving away down Pacific Highway.

Thursday, April 12

• A vehicle was reportedly broken into in the 6900 block of Oak Street with work keys, hockey skates and a suitcase all reported stolen.

• Another vehicle was reported broken into in the 7000 block of Mapleleaf Street with the driver's side window smashed.

• Tools were stolen from a house under construction in the 10000 block of Johnson Street.

• A business in the 11600 block of Pacific Highway was broken into with tools reported missing.

• A telemarketer called a Tigard business seven times, saying he wanted to talk about "point of sales" and credit cards. However, in a final phone conversation, the telemarketer claimed he was a terrorist who would blackmail them by writing bad things about the store unless they shut down the business.

• Someone tried to break into a car in the 9900 block of North Dakota Street.

Friday, April 13

• A case of road rage was reported on Highway 217 at the southbound Greenburg Road ramp after a man pulled into the lane of a fast moving vehicle. The suspect vehicle then shook his fist and tailgated the reporting party's vehicle.

• A vehicle parked at a business in the 6900 block of Hampton Street was broken into with three guns reported missing from a glovebox.

Saturday, April 14

• A woman reported having been stabbed in the hand in the 11900 block of Pacific Highway.

• Graffiti was reported in a restroom in the 14200 block of Milton Court.

• An initial call about a stolen car later turned out to be a case of the vehicle being repossessed.

• A resident called to report a duck was struck by a car in the 13100 block of Hall Boulevard before going into a nearby pond with an injured leg. The caller was concerned about the animal because it had ducklings following it in the water and asked police to check on it.

• A purse was taken from a vehicle parked in the 11600 block of Pacific Highway. The victim aid she saw that the thieves had already started to make purchases on her credit cards.

Monday, April 16

• A vehicle was reported broken into in the 11600 block of Pacific Highway.

• A Tigard resident who agreed to let a woman stay with him found she had taken his iPad, some jewelry and other items.

• A truck was broken into in the 13000 block of 68th Parkway with a computer tablet and GPS system reported stolen.

• A resident in the 15600 block of Alderwood Circle reported that every morning a young woman in a black Jeep runs a stop sign on Lakeside Drive, turning onto Alderbrook Drive, traveling around 40 mph. When the neighbor tried to confront her on the issue recently she flipped him off.

Tualatin Police Department

From April 10 to 16, Tualatin police responded to 567 calls for service, reporting 16 vehicle crashes and 14 total arrests.

Monday, April 9

• A business reported that graffiti had been sprayed on its property in the 19400 block of Boones Ferry Road.

Tuesday, April 10

• A resident called to report her email had been compromised with someone having placed an online order.

• A man was taken into custody on an outstanding fugitive warrant and for driving while suspended at Boones Ferry Road and Apache Drive.

• A victim reported an unknown suspect opened a Sprint account in her name, making purchases totaling $552.

Wednesday, April 11

• Five people were arrested for criminal trespass at an apartment complex in the 6400 block of Nyberg Lane.

• A firearm belonging to a local resident was found and returned.

• A wallet containing $80 and found at Pacific Highway and 124th Avenue was turned into police.

Thursday, April 12

• An iPhone valued at $649 was taken from the Apple Store at Bridgeport Village.

• A car was reported stolen from Bridgeport and Lower Boones Ferry Road.

• A car was stolen from the 8100 block of Nyberg Street.

• A man with an outstanding warrant out for his arrest on a parole violation was located and arrested at a transient camp in the 7600 block of Nyberg Street.

Friday, April 13

• An Oregon City man was arrested and charged with driving under the influence of intoxicants in the 19200 block of Boones Ferry Road.

• A man was detained and taking to the Tigard Police Department for violating a restraining order in the 21500 block of Alsea Court.

• A man was denied the purchase of a firearm at Cabela's after it was discovered he was on probation for misdemeanor crimes.

Saturday, April 14

• A Woodland, Wash., man was arrested for providing false information after he tried to purchase a firearm at Cabela's and was found to be on probation. The false information was stating he was not subject to a court order restraining him from harassing, stalking or threatening an intimate partner.

Sunday, April 15

• A man reported his vehicle had been broken into on 84th Court with tools taken from it.

Monday, April 16

• An employee working at a business in the 21400 block of 108th Avenue was arrested for stealing a computer

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