Here's a look at what King City police were dealing with from April 11 through May 8, 2018.

The press log is a summary of some of the calls-for-service that result in a police report being written. The press log does not include all calls-for-service, in which a report is written or calls for service that do not require a police report. King city police routinely respond to and resolve calls-for-service that do not require a police report.

April 11

While on patrol, police came upon a traffic crash on Interstate 99, just south of Durham Road. Police gave the drivers instructions to pull into the hotel parking lot to clear the lanes of travel. One vehicle left the scene. The driver later was located and cited with a court date for hit and run and injury traffic crash.

April 12

A resident reported the theft of his house numbers from the side of his garage wall. It is unknown who took the house numbers or when it occurred.

April 13

Police assisted Tigard Police on the search for two subjects who dumped a stolen vehicle and ran. The subjects were located on Upper Boones Ferry Road.

April 18

Police impounded a vehicle after a traffic stop that landed in the Marshall's parking lot. The driver had a suspended license and no insurance for the vehicle.

April 19

Police were dispatched to a neighbor dispute on Romeo Terrace. The neighbors were yelling at each other. Police arrived and separated the parties and spoke to each side.

April 20

Police arrested a man for driving under the influence of intoxicants-alcohol in the early morning hours on Southwest 116th Avenue near the King City Police Department. He was lodged at the Washington County Jail.

Police took a report of a vehicle entered overnight located on Southwest Royalty Parkway. The vehicle was rifled through and change was missing from the console.

Police took a report from a resident on Southwest Queen Anne Avenue. Her unlocked vehicle was entered overnight and a workout bag and prescription sunglasses were taken.

April 22

Police took a report of an attempted extortion and blackmail through Facebook. The officer told the victim how to contact Facebook to report it as suspicious.

April 23

Police took a report of computer fraud. An unknown person hacked into the victim's computer and pulled up her bank account. Then the hacker printed instructions to buy Apple gift cards in the amount of $4,200. The victim did not pay this and is contacting a computer repair company, and also notified the bank.

April 24

Police took in a partial bike that was found for safe keeping.

Police took a report of a missing person. About one hour later he was located by his daughter walking near City Hall. The family was told about Project Life Saver and provided contact information to sign up for the program.

April 26

Police were dispatched to the Highlands neighborhood on the report of a driver crashing into a mailbox. The driver cooperated with police.

April 27

A resident reported the theft of furniture he had set out for a scheduled charitable donation pick up.

May 2

Police took a report of a found cell phone. The cell phone was returned to its owner.

May 4

A person was trespassed from Space Age Fuel for a period of one year.

May 6

Police were dispatched to an injury traffic crash involving a vehicle and a bicyclist at the intersection of Southwest Queen Elizabeth Avenue and Royalty Parkway. The bicyclist ran into the vehicle. The bicyclist was not wearing a helmet and refused medical services. Police facilitated an information exchange between the parties.

May 8

Police took three reports regarding unlocked vehicles being entered overnight. The vehicles were rummaged through. Various items that were left in the vehicle were taken.

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