Sherwood Police Log: March 2018
Police arrested a man on a misdemeanor warrant on the 15000 block of Southwest Tualatin Sherwood Road. He was reported as having 19 different aliases.
A woman found a dog "wondering at large" on the 16000 block of Southwest Villa Road. She took the dog in and alerted the police.
Police found a U-Haul enclosed cargo truck that had been reported stolen at the 13000 block of Southwest Tualatin Sherwood Road. Two suspects were later found in the vehicle and arrested, and lodged in the Clackamas County Jail.
A woman's purse, estimated to be worth about $65, was stolen after she left it in a shopping cart at Walmart.
Police arrested a man on an outstanding warrant at the 21000 block of Southwest Langer Farms Parkway.
Officers responded to a report of domestic violence between a mother and soon on the 23000 block of Southwest Brittany Place. They determined that it was solely a verbal dispute.
Police responded to a traffic crash that resulted in one vehicle running off the road at Southwest Langer Farms Parkway and Tualatin Sherwood Road.
Police recovered stolen property at Dental Care of Sherwood.
A man reported his bicycle stolen at the 22000 block of Southwest Highland Drive.
n Police found missing property at the 20000 block of Southwest Borchers Drive.
A man reported that more than $1,000 worth of property was stolen from his vehicle at the 22000 block of Southwest Rickard Place.
Police charged a man with unlawful entry of a vehicle at the 23000 block of Southwest Sanders Terrace.
Home goods worth about $700 were stolen from Target.
Police responded to an unspecified animal complaint at 21000 block of Southwest Cooper Terrace.
A resident of the 23000 block of Southwest Cascara Terrace reported about $60 worth of home goods stolen.
Police responded to an unspecified found property report at the 15000 block of Southwest Sunset Boulevard.
Police charged a woman with trespassing on the 14000 block of Southwest Willamette Street.
A woman said her phone had been either lost or stolen on the 21000 block of Southwest Langer Farms Parkway. There is no additional suspect information.
Police responded to a report of a domestic disturbance at the 22000 block of Southwest Rickard Place. After speaking with those involved, police determined that no crime had occurred.
Police issued a trespass at the 20000 block of Southwest Roy Rogers Road.
A hit-and-run occurred on Southwest Redtop Terrace, near Southwest Wapato Street. The report is under investigation. The two victims gave the police helpful information, and police have identified a key suspect.
An unknown person stole a package off of a front porch on the 22000 block of Southwest Forest Creek Drive.
An unknown suspect "egged" a home on the 16000 block of Southwest King Richard Court. Police believe this complaint may be related to a similar incident that occured in February.
Police pulled over a woman for a traffic violation at Southwest Roy Rogers Road and Southwest Pacific Highway, then arrested her on an outstanding warrant out of Clackamas County.
Police arrested a man whom they suspected had stolen a car from the Kohl's parking lot. They later released him due to insufficient evidence. The car was recovered.
A person reported a lost wallet on the 21000 block of Southwest Baler Way.
Police responded to a city employee who had reported a found ADHD pill. No further action was taken.
A dog with an owner bit another person at the 15000 block of Southwest Willow Court.
Police arrested a driver on an outstanding warrant after a routine traffic stop at the 18000 block of Southwest Pacific Highway. The person was driving a tan Buick Regal.
Police arrested a woman on a felony warrant at the 15000 block of Southwest Tualatin Sherwood Road.
Police responded to two different traffic crashes that resulted in injuries on Southwest Pacific Highway.
Police charged a person with driving with a suspended license at the 16000 block of Southwest Langer Drive.
Police arrested a person on an outstanding warrant on the 20000 block of Southwest Lavender Avenue.
A man was cited and released on an outstanding warrant out of the Newberg Municipal Court.
A man was cited for causing a traffic crash at Southwest Tualatin Sherwood Road and Southwest Olds Place.
Police responded to a noise disturbance reported at Southwest Sequoia Terrace and Southwest Timber Crossing Terrace. It was recorded as a "use of force" incident.
A trespass notice was issued at a business on the 16000 block of Southwest Division Street.
Police charged a woman with trespassing at Panera Bread.
Police issued a citation to a dog owner after discovering a "dog at large" at the 15000 block of Southwest Sunset Boulevard.
Police responded to a hit-and-run on the 16000 block of Southwest Langer Farms Parkway. They later located the driver involved, but no prosecution was sought.
Police issued a trespass citation at Chipotle, upon the business' request for service.
A woman reported that her garage unit at the Sunfield Lake Apartments had been broken into on Feb. 15. About $25,000 worth of audio and video recordings and sporting equipment were reported stolen.
Graffiti was discovered on a city-owned electric box cover. There is no suspect information.
Police responded to a drug overdose at the 21000 block of Southwest Vinter Lane. The person was later taken to Meridian Park Hospital.
An armed robbery occurred at the 23000 block of Southwest Charles Way. Two male suspects stole about $5,800 worth of money and property. The suspects have not been located or identified.
A woman was arrested for giving police false information during a traffic stop at Southwest Pacific Highway and Southwest 12th Street.
Target and Kiss Car Wash both reported telephonic harassment.
Property was turned into police for destruction.
A man slashed his ex-girlfriend's tires in the Sherwood High School parking lot. He was charged with criminal mischief.
Police recovered a wallet that had been reported stolen at the 21000 block of Southwest Langer Farms Parkway, and returned it to its owner.
Police arrested a man and charged him with theft and possession of meth at Target.
Police received a Department of Human Services cross-report. No action was taken and the case was closed.
Police responded to a reported hit-and-run that resulted in damaged property at Southwest Trumpeter Drive and Soutest Keda Court.
A man was cited with disorderly conduct on the 16000 block of Southwest Langer Farms Parkway. Police forwarded the case to Sherwood Municipal Court.
Police issued a trespass warning at Target.
A firearm was turned into the Sherwood Police Department for destruction.
A woman reported that her former roommate had taken and spent a $100 gift card mailed to her at their shared apartment at the 21000 block of Southwest Cedar Brook Way. The alleged theft is thought to have happened on Feb. 27.
Police took a report of a "no forced entry" burglary at the 21000 block of Southwest Ferguson Terrace.
Tools worth about $15,000 were stolen from American Landscape Maintenance and Irrigation, LCC. The suspects were caught on a video recording, but fled the scene. An investigation is ongoing.
Police arrested a man on an outstanding warrant out of Lane County at the 20000 block of Southwest Windflower Avenue.
Police cited a man for telephonic harassment on the 18000 block of Southwest McConnell Court.
An unknown suspect stole an Oregonian newspaper box on the 16000 block of Southwest Langer Farms Parkway.
A unknown man stole a Vitamix blender and beard trimmer from Target. The stolen merchandise was worth about $470.
Police responded to a report of domestic violence at the 21000 block of Southwest Cedar Way. The man involved was later arrested for violating a no-contact agreement with the woman involved in the dispute.
A woman was arrested and charged with stealing about $250 worth of merchandise from Target.
A hit-and-run occurred at Southwest Sherwood Boulevard and Southwest Pacific Highway. There is no suspect information.
A domestic disturbance was reported at the 21000 block of Southwest Berkshire Terrace. After speaking with the mother and son involved, police determined that the altercation was verbal in nature, and no crime had occurred.
Police responded to a disturbance call at Safeway, and trespassed an individual.
A woman reported that her acquaintance had been demonstrating suspicious behavior at the 23000 block of Southwest Voss Place.