Beaverton Police Log: Sept. 28-Oct. 4, 2020
Monday, Sept. 28
Raleigh Hills K-8 School, 5225 S.W. Scholls Ferry Rd., reported graffiti was painted on the school.
Officers arrested two transients on Southwest 114th Avenue near Southwest McBride Place for offensive littering. The men attempted to set up camp with a collection of items they found from nearby trash bins.
A motorist was seen menacing with a handgun on Southwest Canyon Road near the Highway 217 overpass. The vehicle's license plate was reported, and a suspect identified.
Tuesday, Sept. 29
Officers arrested a man at the Town Square Fred Meyer, 11425 S.W. Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy., for theft, criminal trespass, giving false information to police and harassment after pushing the store greeter. The man was in the store asking customers for money and had refused to leave. He was later located in the parking lot where he gave a fake name and had several unopened packs of batteries.
Officers responded to a report of an accidental discharge of a rifle at an apartment in the 11000 block of Southwest Center Street. The bullet was found to have been stopped in a nearby can of beans.
Officers responded to a report of fraud at Towne Carlsen Law Office, 12655 S.W. Center St., involving a clerical employee who was embezzling funds from the law firm's general account through fraudulent checks and re-routing client payments to her own account. The employee also used a client's identity to attempt to rent a home, forging her own license and pay stubs to steal the identity of the client.
Wednesday, Sept. 30
Fir Grove Elementary, 6300 S.W. Wilson Ave., reported a school window was broken by a baseball.
A resident in the 10000 block of Southwest Crestwood Drive placed four used tires for sale on Facebook, but they were stolen from the front driveway of the home.
Officers arrested a man after a strong-arm robbery at the Allen Market, 5970 S.W. Hall Blvd., for stealing a case of Corona beer. He was taken into custody on an outstanding warrant and for theft and robbery.
Thursday, Oct. 1
Officers took a report of $700 cash that was found on Sept. 26 in the parking lot of Walmart, 17275 N.W. Cornell Rd.
Officers responded to a train crash involving a fatality on Southwest Tualatin Valley Highway near Southwest Tualaway Avenue. A woman attempted to cross the railroad tracks in front of an approaching train and was struck, causing fatal injuries.
Friday, Oct. 2
Valley Catholic High School, 4275 S.W. 148th Ave., reported the theft of speakers and an amplifier valued at over $1,000.
Officers took a report of fraud involving narcotics from MorningStar Assisted Living & Memory Care, 14475 S.W. Barrows Rd. A former employee may have stolen patient medications in June.
Officers arrested a transient for reckless burning on Southwest Cedar Hills Boulevard near Southwest Berkshire Street. A man set fire to his belongings.
Officers responded to a report of a naked man screaming and stabbing himself with a syringe at the Speedy Coin Laundromat, 6100 S.W. Lombard Ave. He was taken into custody on a peace officer hold and transported to a local hospital.
Saturday, Oct. 3
Officers arrested a man for driving under the influence of intoxicants and hit-and-run on Southwest Barnes Road near Southwest Cedar Hills Boulevard after he crashed into a crosswalk signal and fled on foot.
Home Depot, 4401 S.W. 110th Ave., reported a man stole a nail gun and fled from the store.
Sunday, Oct. 4
The Sports Page, 8590 S.W. Hall Blvd., reported a man broke in and stole two cash register tills containing approximately $20.
Officers arrested a man for theft and criminal mischief in the 6000 block of Southwest Hall Boulevard after stealing a case of beer from 7-Eleven and then throwing full cans at a passing police car.
Officers took a report of a burglary at the Ridgeview Apartments, 7850 S.W. Hall Blvd. An unknown suspect broke into the laundry rooms over the weekend and stole approximately $375 from the coin boxes.
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