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These logs are based on calls received from the Beaverton, Tigard and Tualatin police departments.

Sunday, Sept. 23

• A Cornelius woman was arrested on a charge of drunken driving at West Baseline Road and Southwest 170th Avenue.

• A faded yellow Gary Fisher bicycle was reported stolen from the Beaverton Transit Center.

• Tools valued at more than $10,000 were reported stolen from a van parked in the 800 block of Southwest 158th Avenue.

• Landscape lighting was damaged at a business in the 1800 block of Northwest 167th Place. The estimate was $2,500.

• A driver-side window was shattered in a vehicle in the 8600 block of Southwest Turquoise Loop.

• A Beaverton man was arrested on a charge of theft after he took a mobile phone left inside a business in the 15000 block of Southwest Walker Road, then hid it in the store while the victim followed him. The man was arrested outside the store.

• Someone broke into a vehicle in the 7000 block of Southwest Heath Place and reportedly stole three knives and badges from the Los Angeles Police Department and U.S. marshal.

• Recordings and yard tools valued at $900 were reported stolen from a storage unit in the 11000 block of Southwest Allen Boulevard. The same unit was burglarized on Sept. 20.

Monday, Sept. 24

• A transient man was arrested on a charge of theft in connection with goods valued at $315 taken from a store in the 11000 block of Southwest Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway.

• A transient man was arrested on two charges of assault after he struck a train operator at the Beaverton Transit Center, then struck a police officer with a backpack and caused a possible dislocation of the officer's shoulder. Several officers suffered minor injuries before they subdued the man.

Tuesday, Sept. 25

• A Beaverton woman was arrested on a charge of drunken driving after a crash in the 16000 block of Southwest Night Hawk Drive.

• A Yamaha motorcycle was reported stolen from an apartment complex in the 6000 block of Southwest King Boulevard.

• A Forest Grove woman was arrested on a charge of theft in connection with goods valued at $450 taken from a store in the 11000 block of Southwest Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway.

Wednesday, Sept. 26

• A Hillsboro man was arrested on a charge of drunken driving at Southwest Farmington Road and Erickson Avenue.

• Credit cards were reported stolen from a purse in an unlocked vehicle in the 15000 block of Southwest Lark Lane and used later at a store in Happy Valley.

• A Portland man was arrested on a charge of felony possession of methamphetamine at Southwest Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway and 107th Avenue.

• A Tigard woman was arrested on charges of identity theft and felony possession of methamphetamine after a disturbance in a store at Southwest 153rd Avenue and Petrel Lane.

Thursday, Sept. 27

• A Portland man was arrested on a charge of drunken driving after he was clocked at 80 mph on Highway 217. The stop was at Southwest Hall Boulevard and Nimbus Avenue.

• A 2000 silver Honda Civic was reported stolen from a lot in the 5200 block of Southwest 141st Avenue.

• Four mobile phones valued at more than $4,000 were reported stolen from a business in the 3200 block of Southwest Cedar Hills Boulevard.

• A mobile phone valued at $849 was reported stolen while the victim was shopping at a store in the 12000 block of Southwest Canyon Road.

• Two transient men, both from Washington state, were arrested on charges of disorderly conduct in connection with a fight at Southwest Franklin Avenue and 5th Street. One man was also charged with felony possession of methamphetamine; the other, a felon in possession of a restricted weapon (brass knuckles).

• A duffel bag with ski gear valued at $985 was reported stolen from an unlocked garage in the 7800 block of Southwest Hillcrest Place.

• A Beaverton woman was arrested on charges of drunken driving and felony possession of cocaine at Southwest Scholls Ferry Road and Hall Boulevard.

Friday, Sept. 28

• A Hillsboro man was arrested on a charge of drunken driving at Southwest Tualatin Valley Highway and 182nd Avenue.

• Two Newberg men were arrested in the 11000 block of Southwest Canyon Road, the passenger on a charge of theft in connection with clothes valued at $283, the driver on a charge of felony possession of heroin.

• A laptop computer valued at $2,500 and a mobile phone valued at $385 were reported stolen from a vehicle when someone broke the rear window in the 15000 block of Northwest Gateway Court.

Saturday, Sept. 29

• A Beaverton man was arrested on a charge of drunken driving in the 15000 block of Northwest Overton Drive.

• A Beaverton man was arrested on a charge of drunken driving at Southwest Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway and 96th Avenue.

• A transient man was arrested on a charge of felony possession of methamphetamine and two warrants, and a transient woman on a charge of identity theft, at Southwest Kimberly Court and Murray Boulevard.

• A Toyota Tundra was reported stolen in the 300 block of Northwest 163rd Place.

• A Beaverton woman was arrested on multiple charges, including theft and burglary, at a business in the 3000 block of Southwest Cedar Hills Boulevard. A Tualatin man who was her boyfriend was arrested on a warrant.

Sunday, Sept. 30

• A Beaverton man was arrested on a charge of drunken driving at Southwest Sorrento and Hart roads. Police said he had two prior convictions.

• A Wilsonville man was arrested on a charge of drunken driving while westbound on the Sunset Highway at Northwest 185th Avenue. A passenger from Portland was arrested on a charge of interfering with police.

• A Beaverton man was arrested on a charge of drunken driving after a crash at the Scholls Ferry Road on-ramp to Highway 217 southbound.

• A transient man was arrested on a charge of felony possession of methamphetamine in the 10000 block of Southwest Nimbus Avenue.

• A transient man was arrested on a charge of felony possession of methamphetamine at Southwest Hall Boulevard and Cascade Avenue.


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