Over the last week, Tigard police responded to the following incidents: Assaults – 5, Driving While Suspended – 1, Thefts – 4, Hit and Run – 1 and Warrants – 2
Wednesday, Nov. 14
• A transient was reported sleeping next to the entrance of a business in the entrance of a business in the 11900 block of Pacific Highway.
• A shopper at a business in the 11500 block of Pacific Highway didn't like the fact a greeter asked her for a receipt on an item and threatened to come back and "cut her up."
• A resident reported damage to his mailbox in the 10200 block of Murdock Street where the box appeared to have been beaten, possibly by a baseball bat.
• A resident called to report a .22-caliber handgun had been taken from a gun safe in her vehicle.
• A vehicle window was reported smashed in to steal a bag placed on the front seat while a customer was parked at a business in the 9000 block of Hall Boulevard.
• A vehicle was reported stolen from a parking lot at Washington Square.
• A resident walking his dogs noticed a bunny tied up with a rope outside a home in the 13400 block of Hawks Beard Street and was worried the animal might get eaten by a coyote. The animal was taken inside.
Thursday, Nov. 15
• A transient with no shoes on was reported throwing garbage around a parking lot in the 12100 block of Scholls Ferry Road.
• Someone reported transients having cut into a fence in a natural area in the 13000 block of Hall Boulevard and camping. Although they've been doing it for years, the reporting party said a new individual there is causing problems.
• An individual with a duffel bag in his hand was reported inside a Washington Square Mall store. The reporting party told police the man had been arrested several weeks ago.
• A friendly pig was reported loose in a field near an elementary school in the 10300 block of Lincoln Street. When police arrived, the owner was already loading the animal (who lived only four blocks away) up.
• A resident called to report that a transient with a puppy was following him and trying to fight him near Bonita Road and 72nd Avenue.
• Someone called to report an angry man, who may be "tweaking," fighting invisible attackers sitting on a bench in the playground area at Canterbury Lane and 103rd Avenue.
• The manager of a store at Washington Square Mall reported a woman who was trying to exchange property with a credit card that was confirmed stolen out of Texas.
Friday, Nov. 16
• Police intervened in a fight involving individuals yelling at each other at Hall Boulevard and Durham Road. One individual was arrested and taken into custody based on an outstanding warrant.
• Multiple mailboxes were reported knocked over or damaged in the 14200 block of 112th Avenue.
• A resident called police after learning she had applied for a loan and was told to pay for a processing fee using a Google Pay Card. It was a scam.
• A cinder block was used to break a glass door connected to the Tigard High School cafeteria. After trying to break another glass door with a different object, the subject left the area.
• A resident reported buying a magazine subscription from two school-aged students last summer for a fundraiser but has never received the magazine.
• A vehicle in the 7700 block of Pfaffle Street was broken into several days ago with medical supplies removed.
• Medication was stolen from a locked vehicle parked in the 7600 block of Dartmouth Street.
• A man and woman were reported to have shoplifted a coffee machine and gaming monitor at a business in the 14300 block of Pacific Highway.
• A man was reported having stolen $600 worth of shoes at a store in the 16900 block of 72nd Avenue by taking them out of boxes and placing them in a bag he was carrying.
Saturday, Nov. 17
• Two cars in the 7300 block of Hermoso Way were reportedly broken into. A tool bag was left inside one of the vehicles and one of the vehicles was reported "trashed" with two large subwoofer speakers taken.
• A woman, who was trying to park her car in a space in the 10800 block of Canterbury Lane, couldn't do so because a young girl wouldn't move from the spot. After calling the child a "brat," the woman was later approached by the child's mom who threatened to "knock her teeth in" and advised she'd better "watch her car."
• An individual reported to police a man they are looking for was in her home taking a shower but when police arrived they couldn't find anyone and believe the caller was under the influence of something. She was warned about misusing the 911 system.
• Someone stole a hoverboard, backpacks and other items from a department store in the 9000 block of Hall Boulevard.
• A juvenile was taking into custody at a Washington County Square store, believe to have taken more than $500 worth of products.
• Four males came into a business in the 11600 block of Pacific Highway and threatened an employee with a gun although they never produced a weapon. The individuals had already been "trespassed" from the location.
• Two men reportedly stole a laptop computer from a Washington Square Mall store.
• A maintenance person called to report someone had spray-painted the words "black lives matter" on the back side of a business in the 11900 block of Pacific Highway.