This week's calls for service include: jumping dogs, an odd invitation and suspicious computer damage.


The Tigard Police Department reported the following arrests from Oct. 3 to Oct 9: assault (1), criminal trespass (1), false information to a police officer (1), theft (2), warrant (4).

Monday, Oct. 9

• Someone smashed the back window of a vehicle and stole items from inside in the 11600 block of Pacific Highway.

• A man returned to a property in the 11600 block of Lomita Avenue where he had been told he was not welcome. He appeared to be "scoping out" cars in the parking lot.

• The window of a car in the 7700 block of Bonita Road was smashed.

• Someone broke a vehicle's window in the 11500 block of Pacific Highway and stole its registration.

• Two off-leash dogs at Sunrise Park, 14911 S.W. Sunrise Lane, jumped on children.

• Someone in the 10600 block of Tigard Street reported receiving threatening text messages.

• A jacket and wallet were reported stolen from an unlocked vehicle in the 9000 block of Washington Square Road.

• Rent money was stolen from a dropbox in the 16100 block of 108th Avenue.

• A man "tweaking" outside OfficeMax, 7255 S.W. Dartmouth St., was reported to be throwing items out of a car with its windshield smashed in.

• Two men wearing suits, one of them holding a gun, were seen walking in the 9000 block of Hall Boulevard along the side of the road.

• A van reportedly ran over a handicap parking sign in the 16200 block of Pacific Highway.

Sunday, Oct. 8

• A man and a woman were seen stealing items from porches in the 17300 block of Jean Louise Way.

• Someone reported that a man spit on her and yelled at her in the area of Pacific Highway and 72nd Avenue before walking away.

• A man appeared to be "tweaking" in the area of Greenburg Road and 91st Avenue, repeatedly changing clothes in full view of other people.

• A man allegedly tried to assault a bus operator and grab his cellphone at the Tigard Transit Center, 8972 S.W. Commercial St.

• A "zombie house" was broken into in the 11300 block of Nova Court. Its door was left open.

• An apparently intoxicated man went to Maddy's, 12085 S.W. Main St., after causing a disturbance that resulted in him being thrown out of Value Village, 12060 S.W. Main St.

• A vehicle was broken into while parked in front of The Cheesecake Factory, 9309 S.W. Washington Square Road.

• Someone suspected witnessing a drug deal in the 15600 block of Upper Boones Ferry Road.

• Items were stolen from a vehicle broken into in the 9300 block of Washington Square Road.

• A group of men caused a disturbance in the 16200 block of 104th Avenue after a party.

• Suspicious white powder in a plastic bag found at Walmart, 7600 S.W. Dartmouth St., turned out to be baking powder.

Saturday, Oct. 7

• A man was "not acting normal" at Gino's, 11945 S.W. Pacific Highway, repeatedly leaving the store and then coming back inside.

• A passport was stolen out of a vehicle in the 13800 block of Fanno Creek Drive.

• A man reported his vehicle had "disappeared" in the 6700 block of Locust Street.

• People were seen yelling and throwing things in the 15200 block of Pacific Highway.

• A utility trailer was reported stolen in the 7100 block of Locust Street.

• The window of a vehicle at Medical Teams International, 14150 S.W. Milton Court, was smashed by a rock. The rock was found inside the vehicle.

• A man was reported to be behaving aggressively toward a woman in the 11600 block of Pacific Highway.

• Someone in the area of Scholls Ferry Road and 125th Avenue reported that a person in a work truck pointed a gun at him.

• Upon returning to her vehicle from Macy's, 9300 S.W. Washington Square Road, a person reported finding signs of a break-in: missing papers from the glove compartment and damage to the steering column as if someone had attempted to hot-wire the vehicle.

• A man said another car was following him in the area of Walnut and Gaarde streets.

Friday, Oct. 6

• Someone damaged a vehicle, letting the air out of the tires and snapping its windshield wipers, in the 8900 block of Commercial Street.

• A man was seen swinging a "big stick" at people at Fred Meyer, 11565 S.W. Pacific Highway.

• Someone painted another person's car without his consent in the 9900 block of McKenzie Street.

• A man allegedly hit employees at Fred Meyer, 11565 S.W. Pacific Highway.

• A burglary was reported in the 14600 block of 81st Avenue.

• Someone threw an egg from a moving vehicle, striking a car, in the area of Greenburg Road and Tiedeman Avenue.

• A man said his dog woke him up to alert him to people on his porch, looking into his windows, in the 13800 block of Northview Drive.

Thursday, Oct. 5

• A person reported his windshield wipers had been damaged in the 12300 block of Main Street.

• A woman was reportedly seen going through garbage cans in the area of 117th Avenue and Cole Lane.

• A recycling bin was reported stolen in the 9700 block of North Dakota Street.

• Two German shepherds got loose and reportedly tried to attack people in the 15900 block of 81st Court.

• A speeding car almost hit a man in the parking lot of Costco, 7850 S.W. Dartmouth St. It then parked in a handicap space.

• A man drank beer and yelled at a customer at Shell, 11834 S.W. Pacific Hwy.

• A customer left what appeared to be a small bag of marijuana behind when checking out at WinCo, 7501 S.W. Dartmouth St.

• Someone reported hearing a person outside his window in the 14600 block of 76th Avenue.

Wednesday, Oct. 4

• Cyber harassment was reported in the 9300 block of Home Street.

• A man was seen walking around with a recycling bin in the area of North Dakota Street and 90th Avenue.

• Two people were seen fighting near the interchange of Interstate 5 and Highway 217.

• Someone who used to work in the 12300 block of Aspen Ridge Drive allegedly refused to return documents.

• A woman reportedly took mail from a mailbox that didn't belong to her in the area of 103rd Avenue and McDonald Street.

• A utility trailer in the 11300 block of Ironwood Loop was reported to have been broken into.

• A "Support Your Local Police" sign in the 10200 block of North Dakota Street was tagged with graffiti.

• Yard debris was dumped on someone's property in the 12100 block of 126th Avenue.

• Four car wheels with mounted snow tires were stolen in the 14200 block of 103rd Avenue.

• A resident of the 9600 block of McKenzie Street reported that a man showed up on his porch, asked if he wanted to smoke, and, upon the invitation being declined, opened his door and walked inside before walking back out.

Tuesday, Oct. 3

• A Rottweiler reportedly blocked the entrance to Mary Woodward Elementary School, 12325 S.W. Katherine St., until it was removed by animal control.

• A utility box near the intersection of Barrows Road and Springbrook Lane was tagged with graffiti.

• A man who appeared to be intoxicated weaved in and out of traffic on a bicycle in the area of Scholls Ferry Road and 125th Avenue, making obscene gestures and kicking at cars.

• After being asked to leave, a customer yelled at staff at Carl's Jr., 11433 S.W. Pacific Highway.

• A man wandered around in the 11700 block of Warner Avenue, twirling around what appeared to be a piece of metal.

• After a woman yelled at a speeding motorist in the 10500 block of Naeve Street, the car stopped and the driver yelled back at her.


The Tualatin Police Department reported the following from Oct. 3 to Oct. 9: 685 calls for service, 14 traffic crashes and 11 arrests.

Monday, Oct. 9

• Money was stolen from a cash box at Compass Oncology, 19260 S.W. 65th Ave.

• A toolbox was stolen from the bed of a pickup truck in the area of Nasoma Lane and Boones Ferry Road.

• A Tualatin man was arrested on several outstanding warrants in the 8800 block of Umatilla Street.

• Parents complained that their son was continuing to camp in their backyard in the 21200 block of Makah Street after he had repeatedly been asked to leave.

• Someone locked the gate to the dumpster at Tree City Chiropractic, 19300 S.W. Boones Ferry Road.

Sunday, Oct. 8

• Upon arriving home, a woman found her back door open and lights on inside in the 18500 block of Boones Ferry Road.

Friday, Oct. 6

• A Tigard woman was cited for theft after allegedly trying to shoplift at Whole Foods Market, 7380 S.W. Bridgeport Road.

• $83.40 in gasoline was reported stolen from a vehicle at U-Haul, 7100 S.W. McEwan Road.

• A Hillsboro man was arrested for theft after an alleged shoplift at Fred Meyer, 19200 S.W. Martinazzi Ave.

• Two McMinnville men were arrested for assault at Plaid Pantry, 19409 S.W. Boones Ferry Road.

Thursday, Oct. 5

• A man reported he had come into possession of what he suspected may have been a stolen car battery in the 18300 block of Boones Ferry Road.

• Someone reported a stranger grabbed them by the shirt collar in the 8500 block of Tualatin Road.

• The passenger door of a parked vehicle in the 7800 block of Mohawk Street was damaged.

• Someone keyed a vehicle in the 11300 block of Leveton Drive.

• Someone in the 11700 block of Tualatin Road said they were receiving unwanted telephone calls.

• A person was injured in a hit-and-run crash as they walked across Martinazzi Avenue near Seneca Street.

• A Portland man was arrested near the Stafford Road exit on Interstate 205 for attempting to elude, possession of heroin and outstanding theft warrants.

Wednesday, Oct. 4

• A Tualatin man was arrested in the 7100 block of Delaware Street for a probation violation.

Tuesday, Oct. 3

• A Tualatin man was arrested in the 17800 block of Pacific Highway on a warrant out of Clackamas County for sexual assault charges.

• A vehicle at Motel 6, 17950 S.W. McEwan Road, was damaged while parked. According to a witness, the person responsible for the damage may have been the vehicle's driver.

• After a "difficult patient" was discharged from Legacy Meridian Park Medical Center, 19300 S.W. 65th Ave., a nurse reported finding a computer terminal had been damaged.

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