Beaverton Police Log: June 15-21, 2020
Monday, June 15
• Officers received a call about a possibly intoxicated driver near Northwest Murray Boulevard and Science Park Drive. They located the vehicle with the driver passed out behind the wheel.
• An officer on his way to work spotted a stolen vehicle near Highway 26 and Northwest Murray Boulevard. The officer used a PIT maneuver on the vehicle and arrested the driver.
• Officers arrested a man in the 14800 block of Southwest Farmington Road after he allegedly assaulted his roommate. He was charged with assault, strangulation and harassment.
Tuesday, June 16
• A wireless home surveillance camera was stolen from a patio area in the 14100 block of Southwest Sixth Street. The camera recorded footage of the person taking it.
• Officers transported a man to the hospital after he was found near Southwest First and Betts streets walking in the rain with no shoes and only a T-shirt on. He was unable to tell officers who or where he was.
• A man high on psilocybin mushroom crashed into four parked cars near Southwest Lombard Avenue and Southwest Allen Boulevard, racking up charges for possession of drugs, reckless driving and DUII controlled substances.
Wednesday, June 17
• Officers responded to call in the 15500 block of Northwest Gateway Court from a motel reporting a woman was refusing to leave a room. The female was associated with another room, and when officers arrived, a man answered and denied the woman was there. He was arrested for felon in possession of a firearm and probation violation. A later warrant search of the room revealed methamphetamine, cocaine, heroin, packaging materials, scales, cash and counterfeit money.
• A man allegedly stole items from a store in the 11400 block of Southwest Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway before he fled in a car. He met up with his accomplice and switched cars, but the officers saw them and stopped the car. The officers removed the stolen items and found methamphetamine and heroin.
Thursday, June 18
• Two vehicles were speed racing near Southwest Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway and Western Avenue when one of the cars lost control and crashed into several vehicles at the intersection. The other vehicle left the scene. The remaining driver was arrested for reckless driving and reckless endangerment of another person.
• Officers arrested a man with a known warrant near Southwest Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway and Highway 217. The man admitted buying heroin, only to find out it was just brown sugar.
Friday, June 19
• Officers received a domestic violence report in the 8600 block of Southwest 147th Terrace, which resulted in the female half being arrested for strangulation.
• Officers arrested a man in the 12600 block of Southwest 12th Street after he punched another man in the nose for allegedly videotaping his children.
Saturday, June 20
• Officers found a man overdosing near Southwest 139th Avenue and Southwest Farmington Road. They administered Narcan and transported him to the hospital.
• A man eluded officers after a traffic stop in the 6400 block of Southwest Alice Lane. The stolen vehicle was abandoned nearby, and the man was located by a K-9 officer.
• Officers responded to a residence near Southwest 105th Avenue after a 56-year-old man pushed his 81-year-old mother to the floor during an argument. The man barricaded himself in his room and attempted suicide by cutting himself. Officers breached the door and found him unconscious and bleeding from multiple self-inflicted wounds. He was transported to the hospital and is expected to recover. He was charged with domestic violence and reckless endangering.
Sunday, June 21
• A man was arrested at a hotel in the 15500 block of Southwest Gateway Court for assaulting his girlfriend. Upon further investigation, officers determined he also choked her a week earlier. He was arrested for domestic violence, strangulation and menacing.
• An owner of a business in the 14300 block of Southwest Allen Boulevard showed an employee his handgun. The employee grabbed at the gun and it went off, injuring his index finger.
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