Tigard Police Log: Sept. 23-29
During the week of Sept. 23 to Sept. 29, Tigard police made 17 arrests, including four on warrants, four for driving under the influence of intoxicants, three for harassment/domestic violence, two for reckless driving, one for burglary and one for strangulation.
Monday, Sept. 23
• A man took a bottle of rum from the Tigard Liquor Store, 12490 S.W. Main St., and left without paying for it.
Tuesday, Sept. 24
• A female in a gray hooded sweatshirt tried to stop traffic and ask for a ride while carrying a blue tarp on Southwest Hall Boulevard.
• A man in the 10700 block of Southwest 127th Court parked his vehicle in the area where a plumber was trying to work, after complaining about where the plumber had parked his truck. After police arrived on the scene, the vehicles were moved so the plumber could complete his work.
• All four tires of a vehicle parked in the 12200 block of Southwest Summer Street were slashed overnight.
• A man who was behaving aggressively and may have been on drugs tried to pay with $3 for $23 worth of merchandise at 7-Eleven, 10765 S.W. Greenburg Road. He also tried to steal the cashier's own drink from the counter.
• A man was arrested for forgery in the 15400 block of Southwest Pacific Highway after a teller reported he tried to cash a fraudulent check for about $2,000.
• A resident of the 11300 block of Southwest Gabriel Street complained that a neighbor's landscaper wasn't using proper dust mitigation. They were concerned that concrete dust would poison their organic garden.
Friday, Sept. 27
• A Portland woman was arrested for DUII and reckless driving after crashing in a ditch on Southwest 71st Avenue near Pine Street.
• A resident of the 14900 block of Southwest 109th Avenue reported their daughter stole their wallet and a gun. After the daughter was denied entry to the house, she tried to force her way in.
• A man in the 7400 block of Southwest Tech Center Drive was seen trying to siphon gas from a work truck.
• A woman wandered aimlessly around a store in the 10600 block of Southwest McDonald Street, refusing to buy anything or leave, until an employee got fed up and called police to have her removed.
• During a road rage incident on Southwest Pacific Highway, one driver threatened to get out of their vehicle and break the other's neck, and the other responded, "Go ahead and jump out, you can go to jail." The other driver drove away instead.
• A man screamed at a woman through a restroom door in the 11500 block of Southwest Pacific Highway, threatening her, after apparently finding her in a hotel room with another man.
• A robbery was reported at T-Mobile, 16200 S.W. Pacific Highway.
• Someone went in and out of a store in the 12200 block of Southwest Main Street for more than two hours, to the dismay of employees.
• A car ran a red light at Southwest Greenburg and Washington Square roads, nearly causing a collision.
Saturday, Sept. 28
• A Tigard woman was arrested for DUII after being stopped for a broken taillight in the 11700 block of Southwest Pacific Highway.
• A man surrounded by plastic bags knocked on the back door of a residence in the 6600 block of Southwest Pine Street.
• A fight broke out in the 10700 block of Southwest Greenburg Road. The alleged aggressor was described as a "cowboy" in his 50s.
• Someone broke into a car inside a garage, stealing credit cards and other items, in the 10200 block of Southwest Walnut Street.
• A person reported their ex-wife has been writing checks from an account she's no longer supposed to have access to and using them to pay for things.
• A man left his car unlocked in the 7600 block of Southwest Dartmouth Street, and someone stole his backpack from inside.
• A passerby warned a resident in the 12900 block of Southwest Pacific Highway that there was a fire on the side of their house. Working together, they were able to stomp out the flames before they spread.
• An Aloha man was arrested for DUII and reckless driving after being pulled over for speeding in the 13300 block of Southwest Pacific Highway.
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