There's no call too small for the men and women of the Lake Oswego Police Department


5/1/18 1:42 p.m. Devon Shillingford, 31, was lodged at the Multnomah County Detention Center on a Lake Oswego warrant for failure to appear on a criminal trespassing charge.


5/1/18 12:11 p.m. A nearby store owner called police after watching a school bus take out a stop sign while making the turn too tightly at Jean and Pilkington roads.

5/3/18 8:22 p.m. A landlord called police after learning from her tenant that someone had run over their mailbox on Ridgeway Road.


5/2/18 10:41 a.m. Company records show that employees took a check for $2,505.37 to a bank, but the bank has no record of a deposit. That prompted a call to police from the company's asset protection manager.

5/2/18 11:35 a.m. An iPhone originally reported stolen at Lakeridge High was located in a trash can on Laurel Street. It appeared to have been smashed with a hammer, the phone's owner told police.

5/3/18 8:33 p.m. Thieves stole two credit cards from a Toyota RAV4 on Stafford Road. Unauthorized charges were attempted soon after, but not before the victim's bank had been notified.

5/4/18 8:01 a.m. An apartment dweller returned home to find art, clothes, books and silverware missing, and she told police she suspects the manager is to blame.

5/4/18 3:40 p.m. Thieves smashed a rear window and stole school books, a backpack and a wallet containing a debit card from a Honda CRV on Glacier Lily Street.

5/5/18 1:25 p.m. A purse, wallet and other miscelleneous items were taken by thieves who smashed a Range Rover's back window on Stafford Road.


5/1/18 8:35 a.m. Someone used a woman's credit card account and had packages delivered to her home on Knaus Road while she was on vacation.

5/1/18 9:26 a.m. A front license plate was stolen from a car on Carman Drive.

5/3/18 4:53 p.m. Someone in Texas opened a fake Comcast account using a Lake Oswego woman's personal information.

5/4/18 A suspected scammer who had a Verizon phone delivered to a hotel on Bangy Road asked employees to forward the package to an address in Florida. Instead, they called police.


4/28/18 3:46 p.m. Three trees were cut down without a permit at a construction site on Lanewood Street, a caller told police, and he said he had the photos to prove it.

4/28/18 6:20 p.m. A passerby told police she was concerned about the safety of four young anglers who were reportedly fishing off the North Shore bridge because one of the youngsters was sitting with

his feet dangling over the railing.

4/28/18 7:06 p.m. A man whose head was shaved in patches and a woman in a light-colored T-shirt and green yoga pants were reportedly tossing trash from their vehicle in the public parking lot at State Street and Foothills Road.

4/29/18 12:33 p.m. A man told police that four "gang bangers" were playing rap music and getting close to his property, but responding officers were unable to locate the quartet.

5/1/18 10:02 a.m. A man asked for advice about how best to turn in or dispose of his pellet and BB guns.

5/1/18 11:16 a.m. A woman received a call from a man who "screamed at the top of his lungs" before hanging up the phone. The caller was extremely angry and agitated and it was hard to understand him, the woman said, but he may have said something about the District Attorney or the fire department.

5/1/18 1:29 p.m. With the help of a sign language interpreter, a caller told police that she had tripped on the sidewalk and fallen near Mercantile Drive and Boones Ferry Road. The sidewalk there is uneven, she said, and she wanted an officer to check it out.

5/1/18 4:22 p.m. A man told police he had been in a bar fight with a stranger three weeks ago. When the stranger spit in his face, he said, he wiped the spit back on the stranger and was promplty punched in the face, causing him to lose a tooth.

5/1/18 11:49 p.m. An odd beeping sound was heard coming from an abandoned black house with white trim.

5/2/18 12:52 a.m. A man in a ski mask was reportedly sleeping on a bench across from the library on Fourth Street. Not the first time he'd been there, a caller said.

5/2/18 12:06 p.m. Emergency responders rushed to Jean Way after getting a report that baby ducks were stuck in a drain near the Boones Ferry Road intersection.

5/2/18 12:47 p.m. Tempers flared when a man in a baseball cap confronted a dog owner who was walking his pet on the grounds of Uplands Elementary School. At one point, the pet owner said, the man blocked him from getting into his car.

5/3/18 7:37 a.m. Why were chickens trying to cross Boones Ferry Road near Twin Fir Road? A concerned caller didn't know, but she hoped police would help keep the birds safe.

5/3/18 9:02 a.m. After having an odd reaction to her medicine, a woman told police she thinks her daughter may be hiding drugs in her prescription bottles.

5/3/18 11:49 a.m. A worried mother told police that a "creepy" man had approached her daughter in a school parking lot, where he reportedly said, "Hey, come over to my car so I can show you something." The girl ignored the man, Mom told police, but the school has been notified.

5/3/18 9:01 p.m. A young boy asked police for a ride after getting separated from his parents at the municipal golf course.

5/4/18 7:52 a.m. A passerby on his way home from work didn't think much of it when he spotted a man and woman unloading equipment from a Mercedes SUV near Pilkington Road and Kenny Street. But the pile of yard tools and a lawnmower were still there when he drove past the following morning, he said, leading him to believe that it had all been dumped.

5/4/18 1:33 p.m. A resident of Bonniebrae Drive called police after seeing a black man dressed in black pants and a black hoodie heading down the hill toward town. No weapons or drugs were visible, the caller said, but it seemed odd that the man was carrying camera equipment.

5/4/18 1:42 p.m. Talk about bad vibrations: Someone on Shireva Drive was playing music so loudly that a woman told police she could feel the bass rattling her walls.

5/4/18 9:13 p.m. A group of teenagers were reportedly ringing doorbells on Glen Eagles Road and running off. At least one homeowner was not amused by the popular prank and called police.

5/4/18 10:36 p.m. A man with an "interesting hairstyle" asked a woman for a ride on Church Street but didn't know where he wanted to go, leading the driver to believe that the man might be high on drugs.

5/5/18 9:42 a.m. Five dead possums in a yard on Rosewood Street appeared to have been decapitated, a caller told police.

5/5/18 10:08 a.m. Large cartons and boxes fell out of a red Jeep near Fourth Street and A Avenue. A Good Samaratin helped the driver move everything to the side of the road, but she still needed help getting the stuff back into her trunk.

5/5/18 12:36 p.m. A homeowner on Ridgeway Road told police that a raccoon was pacing back and forth between yards, looking "out of it" and drooling from its mouth. It could be rabid and might attack someone, the caller told police.

5/6/18 6:54 p.m. A man who looked like Santa Claus was spotted smoking pot on a bench at Second Street and B Avenue. Santa was reportedly wearing a light-colored jacket and jeans, though, not his trademark red suit.

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