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The following reports were issued by police in Beaverton, Tigard and Tualatin.

BEAVERTON

Monday, April 8

• A Beaverton man was arrested on charges of drunken driving with three prior convictions — a felony — and felony driving while his license was suspended in the 14000 block of Southwest Allen Boulevard. An Oregon City man with him was arrested on a charge of disorderly conduct.

• A Portland man was arrested on a charge of drunken driving at Southwest 185th Avenue and Baseline Road.

• A mobile phone valued at $600 was reported lost in the 3800 block of Southwest 117th Avenue.

• A transient man was arrested on charges of distribution and felony possession of cocaine, felon in possession of a firearm and carrying a concealed weapon at Southwest Hocken Avenue and Farmington Road.

• A Beaverton man was arrested on a charge of misdemeanor assault related to domestic violence in a 3-month-old case.

• A transient man was arrested on charges of theft, interfering with police and resisting arrest in connection with the removal of tools valued at $127 from a store in the 4400 block of Southwest 110th Avenue.

• A Beaverton woman was arrested on charges of assaulting an officer, interfering with police and resisting arrest in the 5100 block of Southwest Washington Avenue.

Tuesday, April 9

• A purse with a wedding ring valued at $2,000 were reported stolen from a vehicle, possibly unlocked, in the 12000 block of Southwest Broadway Street.

• A Wenatchee, Wash., man was arrested on charges of unlawful entry into a vehicle, theft and identity theft in connection with the removal of goods valued at $580. A companion from Portland surrendered to police on a warrant.

• A Beaverton woman was arrested on charges of disorderly conduct and criminal trespass after residents removed her from an apartment complex in the 12000 block of Southwest Gingham Lane, where she continued yelling.

Wednesday, April 10

• A Beaverton man was arrested on charges of drunken driving, reckless driving and recklessly endangering another person after his vehicle struck another stopped for a traffic light at Southwest Jenkins Road and 158th Avenue. That vehicle hit the car in front of it.

Thursday, April 11

• Goods valued at more than $3,000 were reported stolen from a home and garage in the 10000 block of Southwest Davies Road. Police also said the garage door, a computer and street bike were damaged in the burglary.

• A Beaverton man was arrested on a charge of drunken driving in the 5200 block of Southwest 141st Avenue.

• A stereo system and tires were reported stolen, and the driver window, steering column and ignition damaged, of a vehicle parked in the 3000 block of Southwest Cedar Hills Boulevard.

• A Beaverton man was arrested on charges of drunken driving and reckless driving at Southwest Scholls Ferry Road and Davies Road.

Saturday, April 13

• A Beaverton man was arrested on charges of violating a release agreement, harassment related to domestic violence, and interference with making a report in the 5800 block of Southwest Menlo Drive.

• A Hillsboro man was arrested on multiple charges, including identity theft, forgery and possession of a forged instrument, in the 13000 block of Northwest Cornell Road.

• A Gresham women was arrested on a charge of drunken driving when her car struck a parked car on the shoulder of the Sunset Highway near the Southwest Sylvan Road exit.

• A Humble, Tex., man was arrested on a charge of theft by receiving, and a man from New York City was arrested on a warrant in connection with an attempt to buy mobile phones on hacked accounts from a store in the 2600 block of Southwest Cedar Hills Boulevard.

Sunday, April 14

• A Beaverton woman was arrested on a charge of drunken driving at Highway 217 southbound at Southwest Walker Road.

• A Beaverton man was arrested on charges of drunken driving, reckless driving and identity theft after he crashed into a light pole on the Sunset Highway westbound at Northwest Murray Boulevard.

• An employee found an envelope with $250 in cash on the counter at a business in the 4000 block of Southwest 114th Avenue. The employee posted a notice on Facebook about her action and expressed hope that the person who left it would return. That person got in touch with store management, but when she returned the next day, she found the envelope had been claimed by another woman. Police concluded that a Facebook "friend" had read the post by the employee.

• A transient man was arrested on multiple charges, including theft, felony possession of methamphetamine and a felon in possession of a restricted weapon, in connection with the removal of goods valued at $250 from a store in the 11000 block of Southwest Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway.

TIGARD

From April 8 to 14, Tigard police made a total of 22 arrests including: Arrest warrants, 8; Shoplifting, 6; DUII, 3; Probation violations, 3; Theft I (by deception), 3; Possession of a controlled substance, 2 and other crimes, 8.

Wednesday, April 10

• A resident called police to report she believes that someone is using her identification after receiving two traffic citation notices from different Oregon counties that do not relate to her. Her purse was stolen in September.

• A case of fraud was reported after a resident reported that someone claiming to be from the Social Security Administration called to say they needed her Social Security number because it was being used to transport guns and drugs across the border.

• An employee from a restaurant in the 11900 block of Pacific Highway called to report a "dine and dash" before the suspect allegedly smashed out a window in the parking lot and stole a checkbook and $100 bill from a vehicle.

• A Washington Square Mall store reported the theft of two backpacks valued at $1,190.

• A resident of Fern Street reported a man wearing a black mask approached a couple in a parked vehicle got into their car. The male victim fought the subject who fled and a police tracking dog was unable to find him.

• Tigard police arrested a man at Washington Square Mall after he tried to pay for $500 worth of jewelry using counterfeit $100 bills. The man initially fled the store but an employee and bystander chased him and police located and arrested him.

• A suspicious person was discovered outside a residence in the 12100 block of Quail Creek Lane but fled when confronted by the homeowner.

Thursday, April 11

• A suspicious person wearing a headlamp at North Dakota Street and Greenburg Road was confronted after possibly going through parked vehicles.

• An officer arrested a man for an outstanding warrant after the individual deliberately stepped in front of his patrol car, which required the officer to slam on his brakes.

• A vehicle break in was reported in the 15500 block of Sequoia Parkway where a purse, credit cards and cash was stolen.

• Two Beaverton men were arrested, charged with theft for allegedly shoplifting from one home improvement store and trying to return the merchandise to another home improvement store.

• A package containing a motorcycle part worth $160 was reported stolen from a residence in the 12100 block of 92nd Avenue.

• A car break in was reported at Washington Square Mall where a Pioneer stereo, a purse with cash and bank cards and other items were stolen.

Friday, April 12

• A homeless individual was found living in the basement of an office building. The individual, who was polite to the property owner, was told he had until the next day to remove all his items.

• An iPod and money were taken from a locked vehicle parked in the 12100 block of Chandler Drive.

• A caller informed police it looked like a female near an apartment complex in the 9000 block of Eliander Lane was shooting up with drugs.

• An employee of a business in the 11600 block of Pacific Highway called to report that a female customer appeared to be high on something and an employee found a bag of drugs in a bathroom.

• A resident in the 11200 block of Greenburg Road reported a dog from another apartment unit got into her apartment and attacked and injured her dog.

• Criminal mischief was reported in the 8200 block of Hunziker Road after someone called police to reports all four tires on her vehicle were slashed.

• Police arrested a man for driving under the influence of intoxicants (a controlled substance) after observing him serving along Pacific Highway near Hall Boulevard. The driver failed a standard sobriety test, was arrested and taken to the police department for further testing.

Saturday, April 13

• An officer took a report from a store clerk who had processed a cash refund for returned merchandise. However, the person who received the refund returned claiming he had been given counterfeit bills, which were in different denominations then those refunded. When told they would have to call police to sort through the situation, the individual fled.

• Three shoplifters were reported to have left a business in the 7600 block of Dartmouth Street with two television sets.

Sunday, April 14

• A man was arrested for driving under the influence after police received a call that his Mercedes sedan was halfway into other lanes along Highway 217 at 72nd Avenue. His blood alcohol content was .07%.

• A total of $400 in charges were made on a credit card allegedly stolen by someone an individual met on an online dating site.

• A coyote, who didn't seem easily intimidated, was seen running through a park in the 10310 block of Canterbury Lane.

• Officers followed up on reports from several Tigard High School students who said they were receiving threatening Facetime calls from a similar number and that the individual making those calls seemed to know a lot about them. The students, who had public Instagram accounts, believe someone tracked them through that social media platform and subsequently changed their statuses to "private."

• Someone reported both her mother's bank account and her's were drained, something she discovered when accessing her bank account and finding it empty.

TUALATIN

From April 9 through 15, police responded to 592 total calls for service including investigating nine traffic crashes and making six total arrests.

Tuesday, April 9

• Police responded to a report of a trailer stolen from a business parking lot at 19400 Cipole Road.

Wednesday, April 10

• A handgun reported stolen from a location in the 7500 block of Nyberg Street was recovered by the Santa Ana Police Department.

Thursday, April 11

• A victim reported his golf clubs were stolen from the Tualatin Country Club.

• Someone entered a vehicle parked in the 7800 block of Sagert Street and stole loose change.

• A box of unwanted ammunition was turned in to be destroyed by police.

Friday, April 12

• Someone found a box of unused syringes near a dumpster and turned them into police to be destroyed.

• A man was arrested on an outstanding warrant.

• A man was arrested for possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine).

Saturday, April 13

• A victim reported that his BMX bicycle had been stolen from the 18700 block of 90th Avenue.

Sunday, April 14

• A vehicle was reported stolen in the 10600 block of Tualatin-Sherwood Road.

Monday, April 15

• Someone broke into an unlocked vehicle and stole a center console tray in the 10600 block of Cottonwood Street.

• An unlocked vehicle was entered in the 10900 block of Oneida Street but nothing was reported stolen.

• Nine propane tanks valued at $1,755 were stolen from a business in the 19600 block of 118th Avenue.

• Golf clubs were reported stolen from the Tualatin Country Club.

• A wallet found in the 11700 block of Tualatin Road was returned to its owner.

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