This week's calls for service include: a noisy boyfriend, a golf course cougar sighting and stolen Apple products.


The Tigard Police Department reported the following arrests from Nov. 21 to Nov. 27: criminal mischief (1), disorderly conduct (3), driving while revoked (1), possession of stolen property (1), theft (1), warrant (7).

Monday, Nov. 27

• Someone in the 14500 block of Hall Boulevard thought she heard three gunshots.

• A vehicle was reported stolen in the 11700 block of Pacific Highway.

• A company vehicle at Die Hard Blinds, 15844 S.W. Upper Boones Ferry Road, was broken into and property was taken from inside.

• Graffiti was reported at Shell, 11290 S.W. Bull Mountain Road.

• A woman allegedly attacked a manager at Bi-Mart, 13500 S.W. Pacific Highway. No injuries were reported.

• A man became "belligerent" when asked to pick up garbage he had allegedly been throwing in the 12000 block of Main Street.

• A work vehicle in the 7200 block of Durham Road was broken into. An employee said it appeared as though the suspect tried to "hot-wire" the vehicle.

• Three or four deer attempted to cross the street in the 7600 block of Durham Road during the evening commute.

• A man complained that his daughter's boyfriend and his friends "make too much noise" when they are are in the 14600 block of 76th Avenue.

Sunday, Nov. 26

• A truck was reported to be driving well below the speed limit and "swerving all over" on Pacific Highway near 74th Avenue.

• Both license plates were stolen from a vehicle in the 16100 block of 108th Avenue.

• Luggage was reported stolen from a vehicle in the 7600 block of Dartmouth Street.

• Someone reportedly received harassing text messages from an ex-boyfriend in the 11100 block of Eschman Way.

• A person was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of intoxicants in the 7800 block of Darmouth Street.

Saturday, Nov. 25

• Workers at Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue Station 51, 8935 S.W. Burnham St., reported hearing possible gunshots from behind the station.

• Two men were seen throwing rocks at windows in the 11900 block of Pacific Highway.

• A vacant house in the area of Dartmouth Street and 72nd Avenue was tagged.

• Checks were reported stolen from a vehicle in the 11400 block of Esau Place.

• A customer at Foxy's, 14295 S.W. Pacific Highway, allegedly tried to pay with a counterfeit $20 bill.

• A possible burglary attempt was reported in the 13500 block of Cresmer Drive.

• A man was seen pushing a bicycle and carrying another bike that had its wheels removed in the 10000 block of Tigard Street.

• Someone in the 7300 block of Bonita Road reported that a coworker had become angry with her and thrown a metal lid at her.

• A man was seen standing outside McDonald's, 12090 S.W. Main St., and yelling at no one in particular.

• People were reported to be drinking and smoking while underage in the 11100 block of Hall Boulevard.

• A car was seen "doing donuts" in the middle of the field at Fowler Middle School, 10865 S.W. Walnut St., late at night.

• A resident of the 12500 block of North Dakota Street complained of an argument with a roommate.

• A dog barked for at least two hours in the 11400 block of 135th Avenue. This has been an ongoing issue.

Friday, Nov. 24

• A refrigerator was dumped in the street in the 12100 block of 92nd Avenue. Littering at this location has reportedly been an ongoing problem.

• A store worker in the 9400 block of Washington Square Road said someone pushed her and then ran out the door, possibly with store merchandise stuffed down their pants.

• A backpack was stolen from a car overnight in the 12500 block of Brookside Avenue.

• Telephonic harassment was reported in the 10700 block of Kent Street.

• An area resident near Pfaffle Street and 79th Avenue complained of motorized bikes being driven through yards in the neighborhood and making noise.

• A man at the intersection of 91st Avenue and Greenburg Road appeared to be doing the chicken dance. A witness suspected he may have been "on something."

Thursday, Nov. 23

• A vehicle that had been reported stolen in the 10900 block of Hall Boulevard turned out not to have been stolen.

Wednesday, Nov. 22

• Two men were suspected of stealing items from a red truck in the 7700 block of Bonita Road. They fled upon noticing someone was watching them.

• A vehicle parked on Milton Court near Bonita Road was broken into.

• Someone slept on the front porch of a house that did not belong to them near the intersection of 91st Avenue and Greenburg Road.

• A man argued with people at Fast Lane Oil Change, 13545 S.W. Pacific Highway, and chased a person across the street.

• Both license plates were stolen from a vehicle in the 7400 block of Cherry Drive.

• A cougar was seen running across Summerfield Golf Course, 10650 S.W. Summerfield Drive.

• Garages in the 13300 block of 72nd Avenue were damaged. This has been an ongoing issue.

Tuesday, Nov. 21

• A man was heard screaming and yelling at Chevron, 15680 S.W. Upper Boones Ferry Road, possibly at a child.

• A bicycle was stolen in the 8700 block of Commercial Street.

• A trash can in the 14800 block of 106th Avenue was reported stolen.

• A counterfeit $20 bill was passed at Goodwill, 13920 S.W. Pacific Highway.

• Items were reported stolen from a vehicle in the 10900 block of Durham Road.

• A Ford Explorer was reported stolen in the 16200 block of 113th Avenue. The vehicle did not have license plates when it was taken.

• A motorist reported that after he almost hit a bicyclist on Pacific Highway near Highway 217, he told the other man he needed to get lights for his bike, and the bicyclist responded by cursing at him, jumping off his bike and throwing the bike at his vehicle.

• Two loose dogs were reportedly barking and making lots of noise in the middle of the night in the 15900 block of 81st Court.


The Tualatin Police Department reported the following from Nov. 21 to Nov. 27: 528 calls for service, 15 crashes and 15 arrests.

Monday, Nov. 27

• Two vehicles were broken into and items collectively valued at $3,300 were stolen in the 12100 block of Herman Road.

• A Christmas decoration was stolen from a yard in the 8600 block of Sagert Street.

• Items were stolen from a truck in the 11700 block of Tualatin Road.

• Someone reported finding "gang graffiti" on a fence at Growing With Pride, 20230 S.W. Boones Ferry Road.

• City property was tagged with spray paint in the 6800 block of Wampanoag Drive.

• A Beaverton man was arrested for theft after allegedly stealing merchandise valued at $99 from the Apple Store, 7293 S.W. Bridgeport Road.

• A McMinnville man was arrested on an outstanding warrant after he allegedly led police on a foot chase in the 9300 block of Sagert Street.

Sunday, Nov. 26

• Someone broke into a detached garage in the 6800 block of Nyberg Street and stole $3,230 in property.

Saturday, Nov. 25

• Items and cash collectively valued at more than $1,200 were reported stolen after a break-in at Unique Nail and Spa, 16873 S.W. 65th Ave.

• $500 in cash was stolen in a burglary at Celia's Mexican Restaurant, 18770 S.W. Boones Ferry Road.

• Someone drove away from Chevron, 17830 S.W. Lower Boones Ferry Road, without paying for $46 in gasoline.

• An unsecured bicycle was stolen from a back porch in the 18800 block of 84th Avenue.

• After its driver neglected to set its parking brake, a vehicle rolled into the back yard of a residence in the 7100 block of Sagert Street.

• A jacket was stolen while its owner was working out at LA Fitness, 7405 S.W. Nyberg St.

Friday, Nov. 24

• A King City man was arrested for drunken driving following a crash in the area of Hazelbrook Road and 115th Avenue.

• An Anaconda, Mont., woman was arrested for theft after allegedly taking $355 in items from Cabela's, 7555 S.W. Nyberg St., without paying for them.

• A smartphone valued at $649 was reported stolen from the Apple Store, 7293 S.W. Bridgeport Road.

• A man was arrested for theft after allegedly shoplifting $77 in goods from Whole Foods Market, 7380 S.W. Bridgeport Road.

• Someone forced entry into a vehicle and stole about $156 in items in the 7400 block of Bridgeport Road.

• A Gresham woman was arrested for false swearing and unlawful purchase of a firearm after she allegedly tried to buy two guns at Cabela's, 7555 S.W. Nyberg St., using false information because she had been previously convicted of a felony.

• Multiple vehicles in the 7200 block of Bridgeport Road were broken into, and $755 in items was stolen in total.

• A Tualatin woman was arrested for disorderly conduct, assaulting a public safety officer, resisting arrest and interfering with a police officer after she allegedly attacked an officer who was investigating a domestic disturbance reported in the 8900 block of Sweek Drive.

Thursday, Nov. 23

• A Tualatin man was arrested for theft, interfering with a police officer, assaulting a public safety officer and resisting arrest after he allegedly shoplifted beer from Shell, 7090 S.W. Nyberg St., and then fought back as police took him into custody. Another Tualatin man was also arrested for theft.

Wednesday, Nov. 22

• Items valued at $300 were stolen from a garage in the 21200 block of 90th Avenue.

• Someone was told to leave and not return to Discount Tire, 9606 S.W. Tualatin-Sherwood Road.

• Two people allegedly worked together to steal a smartphone from the Apple Store, 7293 S.W. Bridgeport Road.

• A Canby woman was arrested for shoplifting after she allegedly stole $264 in jackets from Cabela's, 7555 S.W. Nyberg St.

Tuesday, Nov. 21

• A Durham woman was cited for failure to perform the duties of a driver at the intersection of Tualatin-Sherwood Road and Oregon Street.

• A Portland woman was arrested for first-degree theft in the area of Lower Boones Ferry and Bridgeport roads.

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