Scappoose Police Log: Nov. 6-13, 2001
Saturday, Nov. 6
n Police caught a woman taking more than $100 worth of items from Fred Meyer without paying for them. She was cited and released a woman for second-degree theft.
Monday, Nov. 8
Police were dispatched to a report of a runaway in the 33000 block of Southwest Evergreen Way. It was reported that male juvenile did not return home after school. The child was later found and returned home. This case is being referred to the juvenile department.
Police were dispatched to the report of a welfare check in the 51000 block of Southeast Ninth Street. This case is pending further investigation.
Tuesday, Nov. 9
Police took a report of a criminal mischief in the parking lot of Fred Meyer. It was reported that an unknown person broke the rear window out of a vehicle. This case is pending further suspect information.
Thursday, Nov. 11
Someone found a small bag containing what appeared to methamphetamine. Police took possession of the drug and placed them in evidence room to be destroyed.
Friday, Nov. 12
Police responded to a report of a theft in 33000 block of Southeast Everett Way. The victim reported that a cargo trailer had been stolen from the front of their residence. This case is pending further suspect information.
Saturday, Nov. 13
Police were dispatched to the report of a cold hit-and-run that occurred in parking lot of Ichabod's Restaurant. It was reported that the suspect had backed into a vehicle causing damage and drove away. Witnesses told the victim they had the license plate of the suspect vehicle. Following the investigation, a man was cited and released on the charge of Fail to Perform Duties of a Driver â€“ Property Damage.
Editor's note: Police logs are a partial accounting of law enforcement calls, based on activity reports and descriptions generated by participating police departments. All persons accused of a crime are legally considered to be innocent until proven guilty.
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