Beaverton Police Log: July 27-Aug. 2, 2020
Monday, July 27
• Officers stopped a man driving a vehicle without a tire near Southwest Maple Avenue and Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway. He was cited for driving while suspended.
• Officers responded to a suspicious person reported by Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue in the 9600 block of Southwest Cascade Avenue. The man had a warrant, stolen account information and methamphetamine.
• A woman near Southwest 135th Avenue and Brockman Street was cited after she left her care home and allegedly struck her caretaker in the face multiple times.
Tuesday, July 28
• Officers arrested a man near Southwest Scholls Ferry Road and 125th Avenue after he allegedly choked and assaulted his wife in front of their children.
• Officers arrested a terminated employee for assault in the 5800 block of Southwest Western Avenue when they reportedly returned to the business and attempted to punch another employee who was leaving work.
• Officers responded to an unwanted person call in the 15900 block of Southwest Schendel Avenue and arrested the man for a warrant.
Wednesday, July 29
• A man in the 8400 block of Southwest Chevy Place allegedly assaulted his neighbor because she had workers pressure-washing their shared fence.
• Officers responded to a single-vehicle crash near Southwest Hocken Avenue and Hall Boulevard and arrested the driver for reckless driving, reckless endangering and drunken driving.
• Officers responded to a trespassing disturbance between neighbors in the 13100 block of Southwest Second Street.
Thursday, July 30
• Officers conducted a traffic stop near Southwest Farmington Road and Cedar Hills Boulevard and arrested the driver for possession of methamphetamine and heroin and the passenger for a warrant.
• Officers responded to an assault call in the 11600 block of Southwest Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway, which involved a divorcing couple.
• Officers arrested a mother, daughter and granddaughter apparently working together to steal $1,503.89 in store merchandise from Fred Meyer, 11425 S.W. Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway. The mother was a felon in possession of a restricted weapon and possessed drugs.
Friday, July 31
• Officers arrested a woman at the Beaverton Transit Center, 4050 S.W. Lombard Ave., who called from a payphone and claimed there was a bomb on the train and a bunch of children were going to die in five minutes.
Saturday, Aug. 1
• Officers responded to a reported disturbance in the 14800 block of Southwest Barrows Road and arrested a man for drunken driving.
• A downstairs neighbor reported that he heard a woman crying and sounding like she was being thrown around and a firearm being manipulated. Officers found the suspect with a loaded magazine in his pocket and a woman with a bruised face. A firearm was found in the bedroom. The neighbor who called in the disturbance also reported that he was threatened earlier in the day.
• Officers responded to a rear-end traffic crash near Southwest Tualatin Valley Highway and Murray Boulevard and arrested the driver for reckless driving and driving under the influence of intoxicants.
Sunday, Aug. 2
• Officers administered two doses of Narcan to an overdose victim in the 6300 block of Southwest Lombard Avenue. The victim was resuscitated and transported via ambulance to the hospital.
• A caller reported a DUII driver near Highway 26 and Northwest 185th Avenue. Officers arrested the driver for drunken driving and driving while suspended.
• A woman in the 15400 block of Southwest Bunting Street reported domestic incidents out of fear of the suspect's escalating behavior, including choking and assault. He was arrested.
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