Beaverton Police Log: July 13-19, 2020
Monday, July 13
• Officers transported a man to the hospital after he handed a note to the clerk at Walgreens, 14600 S.W. Murray Blvd., stating he had taken a lethal dose of heroin.
• Officers located a man in the 4900 block of Southwest Murray Boulevard and transported him to the hospital after he stated he was going to jump off a cliff.
Tuesday, July 14
• Officers arrested a man in the 4400 block of Southwest 148th Avenue for criminal trespass, disorderly conduct, interfering with an officer and resisting arrest.
• Officers responded to call in the 3500 block of Southwest Cedar Hills Boulevard about counterfeit bills. The bills were old but not counterfeit.
• Officers took a man in the 4500 block of Southwest 142nd Avenue to the hospital on a police officer hold after he threatened to overdose with pills.
Wednesday July 15
• K-9 Atlas located a wanted person hiding in a back yard in the 1300 block of Southwest Woodward Way.
• Officers found a man in the 3800 block of Southwest 117th Avenue using heroin. The man also had methamphetamine, fake $100 bills and stolen identities.
• A man and woman left their lower level apartment window unlocked in the 14700 block of Southwest Teal Boulevard and ran an errand. When they returned, they discovered that numerous electronic, jewelry and identification documents were stolen.
Thursday, July 16
• Officers placed a woman in the 12400 block of Southwest Center Street on a police officer hold after she attempted suicide by taking excessive amounts of Prozac and Benedryl.
• Officers arrested a man in the 11400 block of Southwest Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway for theft after he stole one shoe from two different pairs of shoes and a pair of sweatpants.
• A woman tricked a man in the 13100 block of Southwest Heather Court into leaving an Xbox One by the side of the road for a contactless transaction on Craigslist. She took the Xbox and blocked the seller without paying.
Friday, July 17
• Officers found a man lying face-down and passed out on the pavement in the 11400 block of Southwest Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway, surrounded by empty White Claw cans. He also had a knife, and police discovered he was a convicted felon. His parole office placed a detainer on him.
• Officers placed a woman in the 12200 block of Southwest Canyon Road on a hold after she struck a window, urinated on the side of a building and allegedly attempted to assault a nearby man who told her to find a bush.
• Officers conducted a traffic stop in the 12700 block of Southwest Millikan Way and arrested the driver for a warrant.
Saturday, July 18
• A man drove his Prius into the back of a trailer being towed near Southwest Murray Boulevard and Tualatin Valley Highway. He admitted to being intoxicated and was arrested for drunken and reckless driving.
• A stolen dog was recovered near Southwest Windmill Drive. The dog was in an apartment along with five other dogs. The apartment had urine and feces throughout. Animal control was notified.
• Officers confiscated prescription medication and illicit drugs from a woman after she overdosed in Target, 9009 S.W. Hall Blvd. She was trespassed from the location.
• A woman in the 11500 block of Southwest Canyon Road became upset and threw food at an employee, hitting him in the head and making a mess. She was found later in the 11400 block of Southwest Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway. She had apparently damaged the victim's car and taken a set of keys. She was cited for criminal mischief, harassment, theft and vandalism.
Sunday, July 19
• Officers responded to a traffic crash near Southwest Griffith Drive and Southwest Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway and arrested the driver for DUII alcohol.
• A 26-year-old man was found dead by his mother in the 12200 block of Southwest Longhorn Lane. He possibly overdosed on methamphetamine or had a cardiac event.
• A suspect broke into a house in the 11900 block of Southwest Iron Horse Lane through a window and stole the victim's wallet and Porsche 911.
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