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The Scappoose Police Department rounds up calls for service from April 11-28, 2022.

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.

Monday, April 11

Police arrested a woman on an outstanding warrant. She was lodged on her charge without incident.

Wednesday, April 13

Police were dispatched to Scappoose High School in the 33700 block of Southeast High School Way for an assault call. A parent reported that their high school student had been assaulted by another student, resulting in an injury. This case has been referred to the Columbia County Juvenile Department.

Thursday, April 14

A stolen vehicle was reported by the manager of Dealers Market, 51801 Columbia River Highway. The vehicle was purchased by someone using a fraudulent ID. This case is pending further investigation and location of the stolen vehicle.

Friday, April 15

The owner of Nelson's Neighborhood Market and Deli, 33666 E. Columbia Ave., reported that they discovered an employee had been stealing money from the register. Following the investigation, a woman was arrested for theft and was transported to jail where she was lodged on her charges.

Officers responded to a possible violation of a stalking protection order that occurred in the 51000 block of Columbia River Highway. This report is being referred to the Columbia County District Attorney's Office for further review.

Saturday, April 16

Police were dispatched to the report of a theft at Fred Meyer, 51501 Columbia River Highway. The two women were later located near McDonald's, 33558 Havlik Drive. One woman was cited and released on an outstanding warrant for failure to appear for theft. The other woman, a transient, was transported to a Portland-area hospital after she told officers that she had ingested an unknown amount of an unknown drug. This case is pending further investigation.

Monday, April 18

Officers responded to a suspicious person in the 52000 block of Columbia River Highway. It was reported that a man approached the reporting party and asked to buy drugs from them. Police contacted the man and discovered he had an outstanding warrant. He was transported to jail where he was lodged on his charge.

Tuesday, April 19

Officers responded to a theft in progress at Ace Hardware, 33454 S.W. Chinook Plaza. A man had taken some clothing items from the store and left out the emergency exit sounding the alarm. An employee chased the suspect, trying to get them to stop. Officers located the suspect in a nearby field. He was taken into custody for theft and carrying a concealed weapon.

Thursday, April 28

Officers responded to a domestic disturbance in the 52000 block of Southwest Johanna Drive and arrested a man for resisting arrest, assault, and harassment.


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