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

ARRESTS

7/7/18 9:20 p.m. Anna Kuznetsov, 37, was lodged in the Jefferson County Jail on a Lake Oswego warrant for a probation violation.

THEFTS

7/2/18 9:11 p.m. An employee of a grocery store on Monroe Parkway called police to say that someone was leaving the parking lot at that very moment with empty bottles they had taken from the store's bottle-return area.

7/3/18 9:57 a.m. Thieves stole a laptop and briefcase overnight from an unlocked Honda Accord on Victoria Court.

7/3/18 7:40 p.m. A slender, redheaded woman in her late teens or early 20s walked out of the downtown Safeway store without paying for two cases of Pabst beer. The thief, who was wearing a short black dress with shoulders exposed, was last seen walking west on A Avenue.

7/3/18 9:44 p.m. A man told police that his Macbook Pro was stolen from a friend's car on Chatham Court.

7/6/18 9:52 a.m. A bag of change was taken overnight from a Volvo sedan on Del Prado.

7/7/18 10:01 a.m. A resident on Washington Court told police he has video of a man stealing packages off his porch. The thief was described as being in his late teens or early 20s and about 5-feet-8-inches tall; he was wearing black shorts and a black T-shirt and was carrying a black backpack.

7/9/18 9:15 a.m. Hunting boots and a toolbox full of tools were taken from a garage over the weekend. There were no signs of forced entry, the home's owner said.

STOLEN VEHICLES

7/8/17 9:53 a.m. A 2004 Chevy Trailblazer was stolen sometime between 7-9 p,.m. the previous evening from in front of a home on First Street.

MISC.

6/22/18 9:54 p.m. A man found a loaded magazine for a semi-automatic handgun in George Rogers Park and told police he wanted to turn it in as soon as possible.

6/23/18 8:25 a.m. A man called police after his car ran out of gas at the intersection of A Avenue and First Street. He was able to get the car into a one-hour parking spot, he said, but wasn't sure he'd have it moved in an hour. Dispatchers said they'd alert officers, but they couldn't make any promises about whether a parking ticket would be issued.

6/23/18 8:49 a.m. A woman told police that when she took Lyft from one saloon to another the night before, the driver touched her inappropriately.

6/23/18 2:40 p.m. A man told police that his mother, who lives with him, has started flipping switches in the home's breaker box because she believes she's getting radiated by the electrical panel. The son said he simply needed advice, because he's not sure what else to do.

6/23/18 4:43 p.m. Three teenage boys were reportedly trying to knock over a portable toilet near First Street and D Avenue.

6/23/18 9:31 p.m. A man carrying lots of possessions with him appeared to be getting ready to sleep on a bench in front of the Lake Oswego Public Library on Fourth Street, a caller told police.

6/23/18 10:05 p.m. A woman told police she was confronted in Foothills Park by a man who poked her in the chest three times and told her that if she didn't turn off her flashlight, he was "going to show her how to do it."

6/23/18 10:15 p.m. People were playing basketball and listening to loud music on the playground at Palisades.

6/24/18 2:29 a.m. A tan-colored cat had been sitting and meowing in a front yard on Sundown Court for about an hour, a caller told police, and it apparently refused to leave when asked.

6/24/18 11:22 a.m. A woman told police that a customer at a shop on Monroe Parkway grabbed her and tried to force her to hug him and touch his derriere. The man is also her neighbor, the woman said, and he was last seen heading on foot toward the apartment complex where they live.

6/24/18 9:12 p.m. A raccoon got stuck in a sewer drain near Summit Ridge Court and Morningview Circle.

6/25/18 9:16 p.m. Dispatchers explained to a caller that asking about police activity in front of her house was not a proper use of 911. And besides, the woman was told, the LOPD never releases information about active calls.

6/26/18 10:18 a.m. A man in his 30s who had been spotted wandering around City Hall earlier in the day with a blanket over his head was now sleeping outside the back door, a City employee told police.

6/26/18 11:32 a.m. With no closed roads or construction nearby, a caller told police that rascally kids might be to blame for the detour sign that suddenly appeared near Westlake Drive and Melrose Street,

6/26/18 11:47 a.m. It was bad enough that Public Works employees parked their truck so close to her fence, a resident on Bunick Drive told police, but what really made her angry was seeing the City workers take smoke breaks in nearby Westlake Park.

6/26/18 6:03 p.m. A woman in her 60s who had been sitting in a downtown coffee shop all day moved to the sidewalk when the shop closed and told employees that she didn't have any money or a way to get home. Officers were dispatched to provide some help.

6/28/18 5:01 a.m. Police also offered help to a caller named Brendan, who reported that someone was underneath his bed.

n 6/28/18 8:44 a.m. An irritated motorist called to complain about cul de sacs, saying the dead-end streets cause her stress when she tries to turn her RV around.

6/28/18 11:18 a.m. Something didn't seem right about a customer who asked for an estimate on a class ring that he said belonged to his father, a downtown jeweler told police. The man, who looked to be in his late teens or early 20s, wore a baseball cap turned backwards, a black trench coat and reeked of alcohol, and he said Homeland Security had tried to arrest him earlier in the day. Store employees suggested he try another shop.

6/28/18 2:43 p.m. A proud mom called police to say that her son, who has Down syndrome, was on his way to drop off a thank-you card for officers. He could get home on his own and had his parents' numbers in his phone, Mom said, but she just wanted everyone to know how excited her son was to be dropping off the note.

6/28/18 4:21 p.m. A man told police he believes a gas station attendant scratched his red Toyota 4Runner, but the station manager and a district manager both told him that there was no evidence the employee was at fault. He'd now like the police to get involved, he said.

6/28/18 6:29 p.m. Two men were reportedly using axes to demolish a house, a concerned neighbor told police. The house was sold and has been under construction, the caller said, but it no longer has a roof and she just wants to make sure everything's up to code.

6/29/18 10:33 a.m. A woman who spotted a panting dog in a black Porsche on State Street told dispatchers the pooch had been locked inside the car for over an hour, and she vowed to smash a window if officers didn't get there soon. Dispatchers advised her to wait for police to arrive.

6/29/18 5:23 p.m. A group of youngsters were spotted taking things from inside Bryant Elementary School on Jean Road by a Parks & Rec employee who grabbed a bicycle and skateboard to keep the kids from leaving.

6/29/18 6:10 p.m. How do residents of a condo complex on South State Street know that boxes were tossed into their Dumpsters by people who don't live there? Because the owners of the boxes forgot to take their personal information off the trash they left behind.

6/29/18 6:38 p.m. A caller told police she thinks two of the four kids she saw smoking marijuana may have headed to a nearby McDonald's on a food run and might be coming back. Uh, you think?

6/29/18 11:32 p.m. Three different callers told police that an injured cat was lying in the road near Lakeview Boulevard and South Shore. It looked like it had been hit by a car, the callers said, but was still alive.

6/30/18 9:04 a.m. A rented goat (yes, really) being used to help clear a hillside off Summit Drive broke free of its leash overnight and wandered off. It was last spotted standing in the intersection of Summit Drive and Ridgewood Road.

6/30/18 6:48 p.m. A red-haired woman and a dark-haired man in their late teens or early 20s were spotted having, well, intimate relations in the grassy area of Millennium Plaza Park. The lovers had been "going at it" for a while, a caller said.

6/30/18 8:11 p.m. A motorist who admitted honking at the car in front of him said one of the Honda CRV's occupants got out, threatened him and snatched a pair of sunglasses off his face on Botticelli Street.

7/1/18 7:37 p.m. An injured goose with a visible limp was spotted in a grassy area off Alder Circle.

7/1/18 9:36 p.m. Police were asked to be on the lookout for cars with out-of-state plates after worried parents said their daughter had been in contact with someone that they now feared might show up at their house.

7/2/18 7:54 a,m. Police and firefighters responded to a natural gas leak after utility workers hit an unmarked line at Fifth Street and Evergreen Road. Several nearby homes were evacuated while a NW Natural crew repaired the line.

7/2/18 8:25 a.m. Hoodlums tagged a restroom overnight near the upper athletic fields at George Rogers Park.

7/3/18 8:36 a.m. Someone has been repeatedly folding the side-view mirrors against both sides of a work van parked in front of an upholstery business on Pilkington Road. The business's perplexed owner said no damage had occured.

7/3/18 9:20 a.m. A passerby asked police for help after spotting an injured peacock on Bonaire Avenue. The woman said she had contacted a local veterinarian who agreed to treat the bird, but she wasn't quite sure how to get it to the doctor's office.

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