Beaverton Police Log: Dec. 30, 2019 - Jan. 5, 2020
Monday, Dec. 30
• Officers responded to Southridge High School, where a janitor was found unresponsive in the hallway. Emergency responders attempted CPR but were unsuccessful.
• Officers arrested a male in the 9400 block of Southwest 153rd Avenue, then took him to the hospital after he complained about leg pain. Doctors discovered the man had an infected, leaking hole in his right thigh the size of a baseball.
• Officers responded to the 6800 block of Southwest Princess Avenue after a man was found dead by his brother and brother-in-law in the shed behind the house where he had been staying.
Tuesday, Dec. 31
• Officers arrested a female in the 4500 block of Southwest Murray after an intoxicated argument with her boyfriend in which she cut his finger.
• Officers received a report from a business owner in the 11600 block of Southwest Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway who went abroad for a month, during which time his business partner apparently emptied the bank account and cash drawer and left the country.
• Officers arrested a man in the 9700 block of Southwest 163rd Avenue after he texted a police officer about his displeasure with his recent incarceration and threatened the Washington County district attorney.
Wednesday, Jan. 1
• A call about a suspicious vehicle in the 4400 block of Southwest 110th Avenue resulted in an arrest for possession of methamphetamine.
• Officers arrested a woman at a business in the 12500 block of Southwest Walker Road who stole $300 worth of items and threatened the manager.
• An elderly driver crashed into another vehicle, then attempted to elude the victim near Providence St. Vincent Medical Center, driving 85 to 90 miles per hour in heavy traffic with rain and wet roads. Police stopped the driver on Interstate 205 near Interstate 5. The unhealthy 81-year-old was cited and released.
Thursday, Jan. 2
• Officers arrested a man for disorderly conduct after he made his presence known at three businesses in 10200 block of Southwest Park Way.
• Officers contacted a suspicious man looking into vehicles in a parking lot near Southwest Canyon Road and 115th Avenue. After he gave a false name, he attempted to run off but was stopped immediately and arrested. The man also had a felony warrant.
• Officers arrested a male in the 11400 block of Southwest Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway for disorderly conduct after he jumped in front of cars in the parking lot and caused alarm to the employees of the business.
Friday, Jan. 3
• Officers arrested a man threatening TriMet employees at the Beaverton Transit Center. He was found to have a warrant from Klamath County.
• A subject tossed away a cigarette in front of officers in the 4000 block of Southwest Lombard Avenue. In addition to his littering, officers discovered that he was a felon in possession of a restricted weapon.
• Roommates in the 13400 block of Southwest Osprey Landing got into an altercation. One person was allegedly choked, but declined police assistance. The suspect returned later and allegedly choked, spat on and slapped the victim after he learned that police were called. The police returned and the suspect was arrested. The suspect was on a felony probation for strangulation.
Saturday, Jan. 4
• A traffic stop near Southwest Tucker Avenue and Farmington Road led to the arrest of the subject for drunken driving, possession of cocaine and reckless driving.
• Officers responded to an unwanted person call in the 3400 block of Southwest Cedar Hills Boulevard and arrested a man who had a felony warrant.
• Officers arrested a man in the 4000 block of Southwest Lombard Avenue after he refused to get off a TriMet bus. He also had a felony warrant.
• A traffic stop near Southwest Canyon Road and 117th Avenue led to the driver running from the scene and the front passenger being arrested for interfering with a police officer, resisting arrest and identity theft.
Sunday, Jan. 5
• Officers arrested a man for drunken driving in the 17800 block of Northwest Evergreen Parkway.
• Officers arrested a man in the 13800 block of Southwest Electric Street who repeatedly called 9-1-1 for a nonexistent medical emergency. After being checked, the man got up and tried to run inside his house before being apprehended.
• Officers responded to a theft call at The Home Depot, 4401 S.W. 110th Ave., and arrested a man who stole $676.96 in merchandise and had a warrant.
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