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This week's calls include: ditched shopping carts, an altercation at a family event and thrown cans.

Thursday, May 7

• Officers responded to a theft in progress call at Fred Meyer. It was reported the suspect had fled the store on foot through the parking lot. Officers stopped the subject near the movie theater and detained him. Following an investigation, a 37-year-old Longview man was arrested for theft and drug possession.

Friday, May 8

• Officers responded to a theft call at Fred Meyer. It was reported two females left the store with merchandise without paying. After being confronted by loss prevention employees, the subjects left their cart and fled the scene. Officers conducted an area search but were unable to locate the suspects.

• Officers responded to a report of a bicycle theft in the 52000 block of Columbia River Highway. The case is under investigation.

Saturday, May 9

• Officers took a report of a theft in the 33000 block of Southwest Meadow Drive. It was reported a catalytic converter was removed from a vehicle at the location.

• Officers responded to a hit-and-run in the 32000 block of Northwest Ridge Drive. It was reported an unknown suspect hit a vehicle causing damage and left a red paint transfer on the driver's side.

• Officers responded to an assault call in the 51000 block of Northeast Fifth Street. It was reported a 10-year-old boy was pushed to the ground and punched in the forehead by an intoxicated adult during a family gathering. Following an investigation, a 48-year-old Scappoose man was arrested for assault and harassment.

Monday, May 11

• Officers responded to a report of a suspicious subject on East Columbia Avenue near Northeast First Street. It was reported a female knocked on a resident's door and made verbal threats. Following an investigation, a 54-year-old Vernonia woman was arrested on an outstanding St. Helens Municipal Court warrant.

• Officers conducted a warrant service in the 51000 block of Southwest Creekview Place. A 44-year-old Scappoose man was arrested on an outstanding Oregon State Parole Board warrant.

Wednesday, May 13

• Officers made contact with a male throwing empty cans into lanes of travel on Columbia River Highway. The subject stated he was upset there was no place to return cans and decided to throw them in the street. Following an investigation, a 47-year-old St. Helens man was arrested on an outstanding Oregon State Parole Board warrant.

• Officers responded to a theft in progress call at Fred Meyer. It was reported the suspect left the store with merchandise without paying for it. Following an investigation, a 22-year-old Longview man was arrested for theft.


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