Tigard Police Log: Nov. 13-18
Wednesday, Nov. 13
• Officers responded to a domestic dispute in the 14300 block of Southwest 86th Avenue and restored the peace.
• Officers responded to a suspicious person call near Southwest Greenfield Drive and Beef Bend Road.
Thursday, Nov. 14
• A stolen vehicle was recovered from the 11400 block of Southwest Pacific Highway.
Saturday, Nov. 16
• Officers responded to a call from a homeowner in the 8400 block of Southwest Pfaffle Street who was concerned because a male had set up a camp between his property line and Highway 217. The camper apparently had a John Deere tractor with him.
• Officers assisted a driver with an unknown problem near Southwest Pacific Highway and Highway 217 — which turned out to be that they were driving under the influence of intoxicants.
• Officers responded to a call in in the 13900 block of Southwest Aerie Drive after complaints of a male in the garage who wouldn't leave. The male was the caller's ex-boyfriend. Police advised that both parties had residency and could not remove either party.
Sunday, Nov. 17
• Officers restored the peace at a location in the 13000 block of Southwest 68th Parkway after reports of yelling and screaming.
• A caller in the 12500 block of Southwest Main Street stated that someone had stolen his vintage Led Zeppelin Shirt, and he knows who she is.
• Officers assisted a person in the 9900 block of Southwest Johnson Street when an unknown male with a cut on his nose was knocking on her front door and wouldn't leave.
Monday, Nov. 18
• Officers responded to a location in the 14100 block of Southwest 105th Avenue. The caller reported that the subject had been drinking all morning and was now getting physical with them, pulling down curtains and flipping over mattresses.
• Officers assisted in the 12900 block of Southwest Pacific Highway after a female locked herself in the bathroom.
• A caller in the 10600 block of Southwest Greenburg Road reported that a homeless male was sleeping in a storage room, but officers could not find him.
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