Tigard Police Log: Nov. 25-Dec. 1
Tigard police made 19 arrests between Nov. 25 and Dec. 1, including three for harassment, two for arson and four for theft arrests.
Wednesday, Nov. 27
• Officers responded to a location in the 11100 block of Southwest Greenburg Road, where a male who was previously evicted kept coming back and throwing pinecones at the windows. Officers learned he wanted his suitcase, which they were able to get for him.
• Officers responded to a location in the 8900 block of Southwest Center Street where a caller reported two dogs had come into her yard. The dogs were not aggressive, according to the caller, and they were gone by the time the officers arrived.
• Officers assisted a caller in the 1200 block of Southwest Hall Boulevard who wanted a person sleeping in a sleeping bag outside to leave.
Thursday, Nov. 28
• Officers restored the peace between no people at a location in the 9300 block of Southwest Maplewood Drive. No weapons were involved, but he was screaming and she was crying.
• Officers responded to a location in the 7600 block of Southwest Dartmouth Street where a male was making "weird movements" and wearing some sort of hooded sweatshirt. Officers were unable to locate the subject.
• Officers assisted Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue with a CPR call in the 13200 block of Southwest Village Glenn Drive.
Saturday, Nov. 30
• The bartender at a location in the 12000 block of Southwest Hall Boulevard wanted a patron trespassed after he sexually harassed her.
• Officers responded to an animal complaint in the 9800 block of Southwest Johnson Street. A dog left in an SUV was barking and honking the horn, but the vehicle was gone when officers arrived.
Sunday, Dec. 1
• Officers responded to the Washington Square parking lot after a female hit the back of the caller's car with her hand because he did not yield to her. Officers restored the peace.
• A caller reported that a male and a female in the 15300 block of Southwest Pacific Highway were trying to get away from each other. Officers transported them to the Hooper Detox Center.
• Officers assisted in a death investigation in the 12500 block of Southwest Karen Street.
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