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This week's calls include: unauthorized showering, a lost 5-year-old and an injured deer.

Tigard police made 29 arrests for the week of Nov. 18 to Nov. 24, including five for criminal trespass and one for driving under the influence of intoxicants.

Tuesday, Nov. 19

• An apartment manager in the 7600 block of Southwest Durham Road called to complain that a transient camper had been using the shower in the building. Officers were unable to locate the shower-taker.

• Officers separated a male and a female in the 9500 block of Southwest Greenburg Road who were having a custodial dispute.

Wednesday, Nov. 20

• Officers recovered a stolen vehicle in the 7400 block of Southwest Hermoso Way.

• Officers responded to a report of a suspicious person in the 14200 block of Southwest Barrows Road sleeping in a hot-pink blanket. Officers were unable to locate the sleeper.

Thursday, Nov. 21

• Officers found a 5-year-old who had gone missing from his home near Southwest Walnut Street and Southwest Grant Avenue and reunited the child with their mother.

• Officers responded to a location in the 9200 block of Southwest Mandamus Court and arrested an individual for violating a restraining order.

• Officers assisted Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue with a call in the 12500 block of Southwest North Dakota Street.

Saturday, Nov. 23

• Officers responded to a call in the 13300 block of Southwest 72nd Avenue after a mother called to say all of her children were fighting with each other, punching one another and breaking candles.

• A caller asked officers for help in the 11900 block of Southwest Katherine Street because a hurt deer was in their backyard.

Sunday, Nov. 24

• Officers responded to a call at the Baskin-Robbins near Southwest Pacific Highway and Southwest 78th Avenue after a male walked in and started to bother the employees.

• Officers assisted with a behavioral health call in the 12300 block of Southwest Grant Avenue.

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