The following are incidents that occured over the last week involving the Tigard and Tualatin police departments.

Over the past week, the Tigard Police Department responded to the following incidents: Theft – 1, Criminal Trespass – 1, Assault – 1, Forgery – 1 and Outstanding Warrant – 2

Tuesday, April 3

• A restaurant employee found what he believes were drugs in a bathroom (a dollar bill with white powder in it and a hypodermic needle filled with "insulin") in the 11600 block of Pacific Highway.

• A suspicious person as reported looking in bushes and in vehicles in the 8700 block of Scoffins Street.

• A resident who came to the police station reported that someone saying they were from the government asked for money over the phone.

• Several juveniles were reported spray-painting a metal shed in the 17000 block of 92nd Avenue.

Wednesday, April 4

• Two unwanted individuals were reported in the 11600 block of Pacific Highway, sleeping in the lobby of a restaurant.

• Three transients were reported in front of a business in the 12400 block of Main Street, passing around a brown paper bag.

• A woman called to report a man in a teal-colored Honda with a topper was taking pictures of her and her children in the 7600 block of Dartmouth Street.

• A front license plate was reported stolen off a vehicle in the 11000 block of Summerfield Drive.

• A customer at a vehicle repair business in the 11400 block of Pacific Highway left before paying for repairs.

• A resident in the 8700 block of Commercial Street reported hearing someone in their basement and later saw him standing there before the man fled on foot.

Thursday, April 5

• A homeless individual with possible mental issues was reported screaming at customers walking into a business in the 12000 block of Main Street.

• A resident reported receiving a phone call from someone claiming they were from "tech support" and when the resident cussed him out, the harassing party called back and threatened to hurt him.

• A caller reported to say he had a "discussion" with another motorist who threw something at his vehicle.

Saturday, April 7

• Criminal mischief was reported after a watermelon thrown at a parked car in the 15300 block of 81st Avenue smashed a window.

• A resident pulled a gun on someone he caught prowling cars and carrying a screwdriver in the 11700 block of 95th Avenue.

Sunday, April 8

• A wallet was stolen from a woman shopping at Costco Friday.

• Someone called to report a man in the 11500 block of Pacific Highway was going around trying to open fraudulent accounts, something he has tried to do at other neighboring stores.

• A caller reported someone was trying to steal items from a Washington Square store.

• The back door of a residence in the 13700 block of Pacific Highway was reportedly broken into the prior week. A shopping cart was left inside.

Monday, April 9

• A Subaru Forester was broken into in the 11900 block of Garden Place. Items were thrown around but it was uncertain if anything was stolen.

• A laundry room was broken into, along with a washing machine coin box, inside a complex in the 14200 block of 112th Avenue.

• A vehicle was reported stolen from the 11500 block of Pacific Highway. Drugs were found near a Oregon Duck display at Washington Square.

• A woman reported losing her wallet in the 11500 block of Pacific Highway and charges soon began appearing on her credit card.

• A case of check fraud was reported in the 16200 block of Pacific Highway.

• Someone called a resident claiming they were from the Internal Revenue Service and that they had a warrant out for the victim's arrest unless money was withdrawn.

• A white Mustang backed into a fence in the 10100 block of Johnson Street and then left the scene.

Tualatin Police Department

From April 3 through 9, Tualatin police responded to 493 calls for service including 21 traffic crashes with officers making 17 arrests.

Tuesday, April 3

• A 29-year-old McMinnville man was arrested at Martinazzi Avenue and Boones Ferry Road on a traffic stop and was arrested based on an outstanding warrant.

• A resident reported identity theft after an account was open in their name.

• A Portland woman was arrested and charged with driving under the influence of intoxicants at Boones Ferry Road and Ibach Court.

Wednesday, April 4

• A business in the 19300 block of 89th Avenue reported the theft of scrap metal.

• Out of state forged checks were written to a business in the 9300 block of Tualatin Road.

• A Portland man was taken into custody in the 17900 block of McEwan Road on an outstanding warrant out of Multnomah County.

• A 38-year-old transient was arrested at Boones Ferry Road and Seneca Street on outstanding warrants for failing to appear on a dangerous drug charge and unlawful possession of methamphetamine and carrying a concealed weapon.

• A Tualatin man was arrested on an outstanding warrant in the 19200 block of Mobile Place.

• Vandalism in the form of graffiti was reported in the 8500 block of Tualatin Road.

A vehicle parked in the 10500 block of Avery Street was ransacked and sprayed with graffiti.

Thursday, April 5

• A case of fraud by deception was reported after three money grams totaling $3,298.50 were sent to purchase a puppy.

• A victim reported he was threatened with a knife at Boones Ferry Road and Martinazzi Avenue before suspects stole $800 from him and dropped him off along I-205.

• A motorist stopped at 90th Avenue and Sweek Drive was arrested on a probation violation detainer.

Friday, April 6

• A Tualatin man arrested on a warrant for failing to appear on a burglary charge was also charged with possession of a controlled substance: methamphetamine.

• A man was arrested for providing false information when trying to purchase a firearm at Cabela's.

• A man with two outstanding warrants was arrested on Sagart Street, charged with possession of methamphetamine and interfering with a police officer. A companion, who also was wanted on two outstanding warrants, was arrested as well. A third individual at the scene, was also charged with possession of meth and interfering with a police officer.

Saturday, April 7

• A 33-year-old transient who was arrested for stealing a pair of tennis shoes valued at 69.99, was later found to be driving a stolen vehicle and had an outstanding warrant out for his arrest.

• Gang graffiti was discovered on a building in the 19200 block of 19200 Martinazzi Avenue.

Sunday, April 8

• Two Apple pencils valued at $100 each were shoplifted from a store at Bridgeport Village.

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