Beaverton Police Log: Man tricked into stealing TV from hotel
Editor's note: Police logs are a partial accounting of law enforcement calls, based on activity reports and descriptions generated by participating police departments. All persons accused of a crime are legally considered to be innocent until proven guilty.
Sunday, Sept. 11
A traffic stop near Highway 217 and Southwest Walker Road led to the arrest of the driver for failure to register as a sex offender. He was also charged with felon in possession of a firearm after officers found a firearm under the seat.
A citizen reported a group of five males breaking into cars in the 1200 block of Southwest 163rd Avenue. Officers located the males, who ran. A foot pursuit ensued with one male caught, one found in shrubs. One was lodged. The other was released to his parents.
Monday, Sept. 12
A traffic stop in the 13700 block of Southwest Allen Boulevard led to the arrest of a man for DUII, reckless driving and reckless endangering.
A woman threatened her ex-boyfriend with a large kitchen knife in the 12700 block of Southwest Sixth Street.
A man was arrested in the 11400 block of Southwest Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway after he stole $339 worth of Tide detergent pods.
A man was arrested for theft after he stole a television from a hotel room in the 13400 block of Southwest Tualatin Valley Highway after the woman he just met convinced him it was hers.
Tuesday, Sept. 13
Two men with a history of fighting each other found themselves in another fight near Southwest Oleson Road and Garden Home Road. The first man stabbed the second with a knife, then the second man took the knife and stabbed the first man.
A traffic stop for distracted driving led to the arrest of the driver for possession of cocaine and identity theft.
A woman with two prior DUII convictions was arrested in the 3000 block of Southwest Cedar Hills Boulevard for DUII (alcohol), driving while revoked, reckless driving and a parole violation.
Wednesday, Sept. 14
A drunken woman attacked two patrons and a waitress in the 11400 block of Southwest Scholls Ferry Road. She was arrested for disorderly conduct, harassment and criminal trespass.
Officers conducted a death investigation of an 80-year-old man at a senior living facility in the 11700 block of Southwest Cedar Falls Drive.
A woman threw garbage into someone else's car in the 3200 block of Southwest Cedar Hills Boulevard. When confronted, the woman reportedly threatened to cut the victim's throat.
Thursday, Sept. 15
Officers arrested a man in the 14400 block of Southwest Osprey Drive for domestic violence (strangulation), harassment and assault after an argument with his girlfriend.
A man exposed himself in a parking lot in the 12000 block of Southwest Canyon Road and drove away. The man later called 911 during a traffic stop to let dispatch know that the officers were wasting his time. He was arrested for indecent exposure, improper use of 911 and interfering with public safety.
A welfare check near Southwest 162nd Avenue and Mason Lane led to the arrest of a woman for DUII (controlled substance), reckless driving and reckless endangering.
Friday, Sept. 16
A woman went into multiple businesses in the 4100 block of Southwest 117th Avenue, screaming at employees and customers and causing alarm. She was arrested for disorderly conduct and lodged.
A 3-year-old child covered in feces wandered out of an apartment in the 16400 block of Southwest Loon Drive and was found by a neighbor.
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