Tigard Police Log: Dec. 22-26
Sunday, Dec. 22
• Officers responding to a theft in progress in the 9000 block of Southwest Hall Boulevard followed a black SUV, arrested both suspects and transported them to jail.
• Officers responded to a location in the 9000 block of Southwest Hall Boulevard where two male subjects were having a physical dispute over a parking spot.
Monday, Dec. 23
• Officers responded to a verbal domestic dispute between a male and a female in the 10000 block of Southwest Katherine Street. Peace was restored.
• Officers trespassed a woman at a location in the 12200 block of Southwest Scholls Ferry Road for panhandling with a baby.
• Officers cited a man for criminal mischief after he tossed a water cooler at a location in the 9700 block of Southwest Washington Square Road. The male was angry that his return was denied.
Tuesday, Dec. 24
• Officers responded to call from a parent in the 15100 block of Southwest Royalty Parkway whose son was drunk and high and refusing to leave her apartment. The officers convinced the son to leave since he does not live there.
• A business owner in the 11900 block of Southwest Pacific Highway reported that two females stole the keys to her house and business. While reviewing the store surveillance video, the keys were located. No crime was committed.
Wednesday, Dec. 25
• Officers responded to a domestic dispute in the 16800 block of Southwest Appledale Road, where a man was threatening to break his mother's possessions. Both were highly intoxicated. Peace was restored.
• Officers assisted with fires in the 8500 block of Southwest Hamlet Street and 15000 block of Southwest Royalty Parkway.
• Officers responded to two juvenile custody disputes in the 13400 block of Southwest 107 Avenue and the 9100 block of Southwest 69th Avenue.
Thursday, Dec. 26
• Officers responded to a theft in progress at the iPhone store in Washington Square Mall. Officers apprehended the female suspect and transported her to jail.
• Officers responded to an unwanted person call in the 7700 block of Southwest Pfaffle Street. A woman in the hallway of the apartment complex was banging on a door for 90 minutes. Officers detained and transported her to jail after a warrant was confirmed.
• Two police cars were needed to stop an intoxicated driver near Southwest Hall Boulevard.
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