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

BEAVERTON

Monday, May 27

• An Aloha man was arrested on a charge of drunken driving at Southwest Walker Road and Murray Boulevard.

• A Tualatin man was arrested on a charge of drunken driving at Southwest Farmington Road and 2nd Street.

• A Portland man was arrested on eight charges of identity theft after he consented to a search at Southwest Broadway Street and East Avenue.

• A Beaverton man was arrested on a charge of drunken driving in the 11000 block of Southwest Center Street.

• A Tigard man was arrested on charges of drunken driving and reckless driving at Southwest Scholls Ferry Road and Conestoga Drive.

• Six men were reported to have stolen goods valued at $475 from a store in the 11000 block of Southwest Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway. They fled on foot and in a vehicle.

Tuesday, May 28

• A Portland man was arrested on a charge of drunken driving at Southwest Teal Boulevard and Pintail Loop.

• Three people wearing masks were reported to have stolen alcohol valued at $500 the previous night from a store in the 14000 block of Southwest Teal Boulevard. Police said they gained access from the rooftop.

• A transient man was arrested on charges of burglary, theft and a warrant in the 12000 block of Southwest 1st Street. Police said the burglaries occurred in the 4500 block of Southwest Angel Avenue.

• A transient man was arrested on charges of felony possession of methamphetamine and disorderly conduct at Southwest Broadway Street and Lombard Avenue after two callers alerted police that he appeared to be menacing others with what they thought was a firearm. It turned out to be a torch-style lighter.

• A trailer was reported stolen in the 14000 block of Southwest Tualatin Valley Highway.

• Goods valued at $1,600, plus cash estimated at $300, were reported stolen when a bag was taken from a vehicle parked in the 2800 block of Southwest Hocken Avenue. Among the goods was a laptop computer.

Wednesday, May 29

• A transient woman was arrested on a charge of identity theft at Southwest Allen Boulevard and Menlo Drive, where she consented to a search and police found three bank cards belonging to someone else. She also had a warrant.

• Computer equipment and mobile phones valued at $700 were reported stolen in the 9100 block of Southwest Nimbus Avenue.

• A woman learning to drive hit the gas pedal instead of the brake and drove into a building atrium in the 9700 block of Southwest Sunshine Court. Her mother was injured in the face when the air bag inflated.

Thursday, May 30

• An Oregon City man was arrested on multiple charges, including a felon in possession of a restricted weapon and resisting arrest, after police stopped him on warrants in the 10000 block of Southwest Conestoga Drive.

• A backpack with a laptop computer was reported stolen from an unlocked vehicle in the 4500 block of Southwest Murray Boulevard.

• Two Beaverton men were arrested, one on a charge of unauthorized use of a vehicle and the other on felony possession of methamphetamine, at a stop at Southwest Canyon Creek Road and Murray Street in Wilsonville.

• A Portland man was arrested on multiple charges after he refused to heed police, who stopped him on suspicion of theft from a store. The incident occurred at Southwest Canyon Road and Garden View Avenue.

Friday, May 31

• A Beaverton man was arrested on a charge of drunken driving at Southwest Murray Boulevard and Farmington Road.

• Goods valued at more than $1,000 were reported stolen from an apartment in the 500 block of Northwest Lost Springs Terrace. A woman told police that someone entered while her roommate was passed out on a couch.

• A MacBook valued at $1,400 was reported stolen in the 14000 block of Southwest Allen Boulevard.

• A transient woman was arrested on charges of unauthorized use of a vehicle and possession of a stolen vehicle in the 15000 block of Northwest Gateway Court.

• A mother and daughter, both from Beaverton, were arrested on charges of theft in connection with the removal of goods valued at $531 from a store in the 11000 block of Southwest Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway.

Saturday, June 1

• Someone used a forged bill of sale and vehicle title and information from two others for a fraudulent sale of a vehicle to another person for $9,000. The incident occurred in the 11000 block of Southwest Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway.

Sunday, June 2

• A Beaverton man was arrested on charges of drunken driving and reckless driving at Southwest Millikan Way and Murray Boulevard.

• A Tualatin man was arrested on a charge of drunken driving at Highway 217 southbound at Southwest Scholls Ferry Road.

• A Hillsboro man was arrested on a charge of drunken driving at Southwest Cedar Hills Boulevard and Millikan Way.

• A Hillsboro man was arrested on a charge of drunken driving after a crash at Highway 217 southbound and Southwest Canyon Road.

• A Beaverton man was arrested on charges of drunken driving and reckless driving on Southwest Murray Boulevard.

• A Tigard woman was arrested on charges of theft by deception and felony possession of methamphetamine in the 3100 block of Southwest Cedar Hills Boulevard.

TIGARD

Over the last week, Tigard police made 23 arrests with the following arrest charges: arrest warrants, 11; furnishing alcohol to a minor, 4; criminal mischief, 2; recklessly endangering, 2; shoplifting, 2; and fourth-degree assault, 1.

Monday, May 27

• A manager reported a case of criminal mischief after someone cut a fence at a cemetery in the 9900 block of Greenburg Road.

• A case of criminal mischief was reported in the 6500 block of Walnut Terrace after a resident's American flag was taken down, shredded and left on the ground. Nearby, someone had written in chalk on the pavement and mailbox with descriptive obscenities followed by the words "Capitalist Swine."

• Someone reported a truck pulling up to them at Locust Street and Greenburg Road, shined a flashing spotlight into their eyes and taking off.

Tuesday, May 2

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• A resident's credit card was reported stolen and used to purchase home improvement and department stores items in Oregon City, Happy Valley and Gresham.

• A total of $500 in tools and tool boxes were stolen from a location in the 11400 block of Gabriel Street.

• A resident reported his credit card had been stolen and used at several home improvement and department stores in Tigard.

Wednesday, May 29

• A man reported his cell phone inside his car parked in the 12300 block of Main Street had been stolen.

• A resident in the 11600 block of Hall Boulevard reported someone tagged his home with painted "A's" inside circles.

• Police cited a Portland man for driving while suspended and reckless driving after he ran a red light, lost control of his vehicle and struck a tree.

• Five fraudulent checks totaling $1,000 were written on a business account and addressed to a pavement service company.

Sunday, June 2

• A man who had overstayed his welcome at a business in the 11400 block of Pacific Highway was discovered to have an outstanding warrant out for his arrest.

• A hole was cut in a fence in the 17000 block of 92nd Avenue and a debris blower taken.

• Someone reported an injured skunk in the 7300 block of Landmark Lane.

• A $330 backpack/leaf blower was stolen from a location in the 10860 block of Canterbury Lane.

• A Tigard resident staying at a local hotel was arrested after it was discovered he had an outstanding warrant. Police initially responded to a call of criminal mischief after the individual allegedly wrote derogatory words on multiple room windows and dumped trash outside other guest's rooms.

• Police recovered a stolen 1994 Honda Accord in the 12700 block of Hall Boulevard.

• A resident returning to a home in the 13200 block of Hawks Beard Street found her residence ransacked but nothing missing.

• A man pulled up to a drive-through business in the 11700 block of Pacific Highway with his penis out.

• A car parked at the Washington Square Mall was reported broken into with two skateboards and a laptop computer stolen.

TUALATIN

From May 28 through June 3, Tualatin police officers responded to a total of 602 calls for service including 21 traffic crashes. They made a nine arrests.

Tuesday, May 28

• Someone stole a victim's purse out of her shopping cart in the 7700 block of Nyberg Street.

• A man was arrested in the 7000 block of Nyberg Street for attempting to steal an occupied vehicle.

Wednesday, May 28

• A man riding a bicycle unlawfully entered a property in the 19000 block of 125th Court and vandalized two security cameras and damaged a padlock. The same day, a property in the 19000 block of Cipole Road was entered and a security camera stolen by a man matching the same description.

Wednesday, May 29

• Someone was reported to have driven off the road apparently while trying to operate a cell phone, crashing into the backyard of a home in the 17900 block of Chippewa Trail.

• A suspect was arrested for shoplifting from a supermarket in the 19200 block of Martinazzi Avenue, causing a probation detainer to be placed on him.

• Someone with an active arrest warrant tried to purchase a handgun from Cabela's.

Thursday, May 30

• A McDonald's employee was arrested on a harassment charge for throwing a raw egg into the face of her manager.

Friday, May 31

• Merchandise valued at $1,449 was reported stolen from the Bridgeport Village Apple Store.

• A suspect was arrested on a probation violation and "trespassed" from a restaurant in the 8200 block of Tonka Street.

Saturday, June 1

• A stolen bicycle was recovered after a fleeing suspect dumped it in a greenspace in the 11800 block of Tualatin Road.

Sunday, June 2

• A car parked in the 6700 block of Wampanoag Drive had its window broken to gain entry with someone reportedly rummaging through the glovebox.

Monday, June 3

• A subject was trespassed from a location in the 19800 block of Boones Ferry Road.

• A man arrested for shoplifting in the 19200 block of Martinazzi Avenue also was discovered to have an outstanding warrant out for his arrest.

• A man was arrested for trafficking in a stolen vehicle after he sold that vehicle to another person.


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