Lake Oswego police log
6/5 5:29 p.m. A hit-and-run accident was reported near the 600 block of S State Street. No one was injured.
6/5 11:12 p.m. A hit-and-run accident was reported near the 6300 block of Meadows Road. No one was injured.
6/8 1:23 p.m. A hit-and-run accident was reported near Kruse Way and Boones Ferry Road. No one was injured.
6/8 5:55 p.m. A person opened their car door and it touched the car next to her near the 10 block of Monroe Parkway. Though there was apparently no damage, the other person asked for insurance and was refused. No one was injured.
6/9 2:06 p.m. A hit-and-run accident from March was reported. No one was injured.
6/5 5:34 p.m. A man said a neighbor stole his cat, but they denied it.
6/5 11:25 p.m. A purse, wallet and phone were reported stolen near the 500 block of 1st Street. The purse was later returned with nothing missing.
6/6 1:28 p.m. Registration and a garage door opener were reported stolen from an unlocked car at an undisclosed location.
6/6 2:46 p.m. A caller said someone stole her car keys while returning a towel that had been stolen before while she was trying to move into an undisclosed location. She believed the person was trying to intimidate her into not moving in. She added that last time she reported this, an officer told her "she was crazy" and "didn't believe her."
6/8 9:31 a.m. Documents were reported stolen from a community mailbox that was broken into near the 50 block of Kerr Parkway.
6/8 10:54 a.m. A GPS and other items were reported stolen from a vehicle near the 300 block of S State Street. The caller said it was an ongoing issue and people were "upset over his vehicle."
6/8 12:08 p.m. Theft was reported near the 16100 block of Boones Ferry Road.
6/8 6:16 p.m. About $500 was lost in a theft near the 17700 block of Jean Way.
6/9 8:29 a.m. A burrito, Odwalla drinks and Power Bars were reported stolen near the 400 block of A Avenue.
6/9 3:27 p.m. Contractors reportedly took around $320 for various odd jobs at a home and never did the work.
6/9 3:33 p.m. Mail theft was reported near the 10 block of Morningview Circle.
6/9 3:45 p.m. Theft was reported at an undisclosed location.
6/5 1:34 p.m. A motorcycle was reported stolen near the 600 block of 2nd Street.
6/5 8:48 a.m. A caller said they paid a company $4,000 to have their gutters replaced and the company simply cashed the check and never showed up for the work.
6/5 10:39 a.m. A resident said their bank account was defrauded in the amount of $113,500 through the use of three checks.
6/5 5:29 p.m. A person arrived at the police department with their parents and said they gave personal information to someone on Snapchat, and accounts were then opened in their name.
6/5 10:43 a.m. An ongoing problem with a dog barking in a yard was reported near Fox Run and Timberline Drive. When police arrived no dog was barking.
6/5 11:06 a.m. A resident said their child's father threw a bottle at them and shoved them, then threatened to have his mom come take the children away.
6/5 12:18 p.m. A caller said around 30 people were playing lacrosse near the 1200 block of Overlook Drive, and they didn't believe the fields were open.
6/5 12:32 p.m. A resident said she had neighbors who smoked "a lot of pot" and it made it difficult for her kid to play outside at an undisclosed location.
6/5 12:43 p.m. After a protest near the 100 block of A Avenue, a pickup was stopped in the middle of the road with flashers on and it "looked ominous." The caller thought the driver might be scoping the area out.
6/5 12:46 p.m. A resident wanted to speak with an officer about social media posts by a woman who said her kid was shot at by a black man. The resident believed the person was being inflammatory and that the incident didn't happen.
6/5 1:03 p.m. A suspicious looking person on an elevator was wearing a "gangster kind" of hat that said "Portland" and when asked said they were from Portland. The caller was concerned about this person from out of the area.
6/5 1:39 p.m. A resident reported a problem with people going into a construction zone in the evenings at an undisclosed location.
6/5 6:18 p.m. A resident was upset about a daycare that was allowing kids to play in an alley near 3rd Street and D Avenue.
6/5 7:12 p.m. Three kids were seen on a roof near the 1500 block of Greentree Road.
6/5 7:34 p.m. After being cut off, a customer refused to leave and then stood outside harassing customers near the 16300 block of Boones Ferry Road.
6/5 7:36 p.m. A resident said she was selling a moped online and someone kept telling her that he was coming over to look at it. After telling the man that she'd received a full price cash offer, the man got angry and threatened her on Facebook Messenger.
6/5 10:32 p.m. Someone was asking for a blanket or sleeping bag near the 200 block of 1st Street.
6/5 11:07 p.m. A caller said between 30 and 40 minutes ago, a big camper van drove slowly down the street with another car behind it near Harvey Way and Quarry Road. Then it turned around, went back down the street and left, only to return.
6/6 12:53 a.m. A woman was heard yelling about "dogs and other things" at an undisclosed location.
6/6 1:59 a.m. Kids were playing games and being noisy at a park near the 14100 block of Bunick Drive.
6/6 7:02 a.m. A bus driver was being harassed by a passenger near 4th Street and A Avenue.
6/6 8:43 a.m. A suspicious looking person had been seen looking at a home near the 1900 block of Kilkenny Road, and when asked what he was doing he just walked away.
6/6 9:53 a.m. A man was seen on school property near the 5800 block of McEwan Road and it was unclear what he was doing.
6/6 10:18 a.m. What was thought to be a dog turned out to be a coyote near Kruse Way and I-5.
6/6 4:23 p.m. A note was found on patrol cars outside the police department. Upon further inspection it featured a hand-drawn badge and message saying "Thank you for your service."
6/6 7:51 p.m. Juvenile skateboarders were using a ramp near the 200 block of 1st Street.
6/6 10:32 p.m. A noise complaint was registered for a party that was reportedly winding down near the 17800 block of Tree Top Lane.
6/6 11:07 p.m. Loud music that may have been coming from a party was reported near the 100 block of Iron Mountain Boulevard. A resident said the music would be turned down and people would stay inside.
6/7 3:23 a.m. Several people got out of a car, walked around and took pictures of a house at an undisclosed location before leaving.
6/7 3:54 a.m. A person was not leaving a location near the 15200 block of Bangy Road.
6/7 8:04 a.m. Someone appeared to be living out of a car near the 6300 block of Lakeview Boulevard.
6/7 9:18 a.m. A caller said kids dressed in graduation attire with balloons were blocking the road near Boones Ferry Road and Washington Court.
6/7 11:22 a.m. Between six and seven people were going door-to-door soliciting for lawn service near the 1100 block of Hallinan Court, and they even approached a house with a "no soliciting" sign.
6/7 11:53 a.m. Graffiti was found on a building near the 200 block of A Avenue.
6/7 12:14 p.m. A domestic issue of an unknown nature was reported.
6/8 9:37 a.m. "A lot" of garbage was reportedly being dumped illegally in a community dumpster near the 90 block of Kingsgate Road.
6/8 9:49 a.m. A window was broken near the 2500 block of County Club Road.
6/8 9:49 a.m. A PO box was accessed by someone and it was unclear if anything was missing near the 15800 block of Boones Ferry Road.
6/8 10:11 a.m. The violation of a restraining order was reported.
6/8 10:14 a.m. A wall in a shelter was tagged near the 15700 block of Waluga Drive.
6/8 10:33 a.m. A caller said their daughter was placing letters in mailboxes and might be "moving south."
6/8 10:47 a.m. A domestic incident was reported when a man wouldn't let a woman out of her apartment.
6/8 10:59 a.m. Graffiti was found near the 20 block of B Avenue.
6/8 11:35 a.m. A group of at least 20 kids was seen playing football and not social distancing near the 17800 block of Stafford Road.
6/8 11:56 a.m. A mom and "a lot" of baby ducks" were seen trying to cross the street near Fosberg Road and Glacier Lily Street, and they seemed "intimidated" and "looked lost."
6/8 12:14 p.m. A caller said they caught someone on camera trying to open their front door near the 700 block of F Avenue. Apparently the person was having work done on the roof, and the intruder was a friend of one of the workers.
6/8 1:22 p.m. Several boxes were damaged on a community mailbox near the 10 block of Morningview Circle.
6/8 1:37 p.m. Police tried to locate a dog that had supposedly died near Atwater Road and Andrews Road, but they were unsuccessful. When they tried to call the person who reported it, they said "no" and hung up.
6/8 2:27 p.m. About 26 mailboxes were opened in a community box near the 200 block of Oswego Summit.
6/8 2:53 p.m. A caller had questions about an older man who had been coming to the park and taking pictures of younger women near the 100 block of Foothills Road.
6/8 3:19 p.m. A man accidentally activated an emergency SOS call from his car. He said he didn't know he had this service.
6/8 3:21 p.m. A mailbox was broken into near the 10 block of Jefferson Parkway but nothing seemed to be taken.
6/8 4:27 p.m. A caller said someone hit their car and didn't want to go through insurance, but also would not pay for the damage.
6/8 4:43 p.m. A caller was concerned about a woman who seemed confused at an undisclosed location.
6/8 5:45 p.m. A caller said they saw a suspicious looking person "again" about two hours ago at an undisclosed location. They were told to call as soon as they saw the person again
6/8 5:51 p.m. While on a walk, a resident said they discovered a bunch of mail that looked stolen near the 10 block of Partridge Lane.
6/8 8:07 p.m. A caller wanted police to be aware of two deer walking near the 700 block of A Avenue.
6/8 8:25 p.m. Four boys who were believed to be between 16 and 17 years old were drinking whiskey from a bottle and climbing on the bathrooms. Police found they were over 21 and told them not to drink in the park.
6/9 12:10 a.m. A noise issue was reported at an undisclosed location.
6/9 12:24 a.m. Women with crop tops on were seen drinking and smoking in a car at an undisclosed location. The caller described them as "half naked."
6/9 4:54 a.m. People were sleeping in a car near the 600 block of S State Street.
6/9 8:02 a.m. A woman said she was getting harassing texts and calls from someone who used a lot of different names.
6/9 8:54 a.m. A caller said she heard rumors that people wanted to burn down Portland and she believed they were at the Crown Plaza Hotel. She saw them load up "a lot of equipment" in SUVs and she believed two cleaning people were "in on it too."
6/9 9:44 a.m. A suspicious looking vehicle was on a sidewalk near the 100 block of Kingsgate Road.
6/9 10:35 a.m. A caller believed their mail had been stolen after returning from being gone 10 days and only having one piece of mail.
6/9 2:42 p.m. A vehicle had been parked at the top of a handicap ramp all day near the 4200 block of Mercantile Drive. The person was taking a nap.
6/9 2:59 p.m. A caller said people were letting their dogs run around "uncontrolled" especially late at night at an undisclosed location.
6/9 5:52 p.m. A caller said they didn't know what to do after a neighbor hit their car several times and didn't leave a note.
6/9 5:58 p.m. A man said he borrowed $1,000 from a friend and had paid back $300. Now the friend was refusing to give him his mail.
6/9 7:08 p.m. A coyote was seen in a tree near the 80 block of Wheatherstone Place.
6/9 7:45 p.m. Kids were jumping on a roof near the 2000 block of Wembley Park Road.
6/9 10:28 p.m. A restraining order was violated.
6/9 10:39 p.m. An emergency light was shining in a home near the 4900 block of Jean Road.
6/10 3:43 a.m. A man said he was trying to reach someone in Nevada and when an operator tried to direct him to directory services, he said it wasn't working and he just wanted to speak to a friend. Informed this was 911, he said he "would just end up in the hospital so it's fine." He then began driving in his car.
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