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Every Wednesday we'll whet your police log appetite with the week's best entries

The Lake Oswego police log is, shall we say, rather popular. We even made a book out of it a few years ago, and people still come into the office in search of a copy.

So with that in mind, we present the Bite-Sized Blotter — a Wednesday sneak peek at the week's calls before the whole log posts Thursday:

9/5 12:23 p.m. Officers were called to retrieve a lunch from a swarm of bees on behalf of someone who was allergic.

9/6 2:00 p.m. A caller wanted to discuss social media posts telling others how to vote on a proposed annexation.

9/6 10:20 p.m. A resident said a neighbor poured an unknown substance under their welcome mat.

9/7 5:11 p.m. A resident found two chickens in her backyard near the 16100 block of Nola Court.

9/7 11:05 p.m. A caller said their 14-year-old daughter saw someone with a flashlight shining in her window. It was a man running with his dog.

Did you miss last week's log? Find that here.

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