King City Police Log: July 6-13, 2020
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 for 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.
Monday, July 6
• Police initiated a traffic stop on Southwest Fischer Road for violation of speed and lighting violations. The driver had a suspended license and no insurance. The driver was cited and the vehicle was impounded.
Wednesday, July 8
• Police were dispatched to a theft call on Southwest Royalty Parkway. Ten garden gnomes and solar panel lights were stolen from the yard overnight.
• Police were dispatched to a similar call as above. Police arrived to an address on Royalty Parkway and took a report of theft that happened overnight. Twelve handmade Disney figurine statues were stolen from her yard. The statues were handmade 30 years ago. Some of the missing figurines included Dumbo, Jiminy Cricket and Snow White.
Sunday, July 12
• Police made contact with a male and found he had an outstanding arrest warrant. He was cited with a court date and released in lieu of being transported to jail.
• Police were dispatched to a theft call at the intersection of Southwest 131st Avenue and Beef Bend Road. Three estate sale signs have been stolen from the area over the last few months.
Monday, July 13
• Police were dispatched to Space Age, 16875 S.W. Pacific Highway, on a report of shoplifting. The caller informed police the shoplifter boarded a TriMet bus. Police located the shoplifter exiting the bus near Safeway and made contact. The shoplift suspect was identified as having an outstanding arrest warrant. On the way to the jail, the suspect defecated in the back of the police car and used his (handcuffed) hands to smear it around the vehicle in protest.
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