Tigard Police Log: March 18-23, 2020
Wednesday, March 18
• Officers received a report of a theft in the 9000 block of Southwest Durham Road. Someone had broken into four trucks overnight, taking tools and coats, and even ate an old sandwich. Officers are investigating.
• Officers assisted a man in the 14200 block of Southwest 116th Terrace who simply wanted his stepson to leave the garage.
Thursday, March 19
• The manager of the McDonalds at 12090 S.W. Main St. reported that a woman stole a bamboo plant that was on the front counter, got into a white SUV and drove away.
• Officers who responded to a domestic violence call in the 9800 block of Southwest Frewing Street arrested a man and a woman for assault.
Friday, March 20
• Officers assisted with a fire alarm at a school in the 9000 block of Southwest Durham Road.
• Officers responded to a call near Southwest Bull Mountain and Roy Rogers roads about shots being fired. Officers arrived and the alleged shooters sped off in their car. Officers detained the two juveniles and cited them. Their parents arrived and took them home.
Saturday, March 21
• A man in the 11300 block of Southwest Tigard Street reported that a woman punched him and refused to leave, but then she left and promptly wanted to get back in. Dispatch advised the man to lock the door and keep her out. Officers ultimately arrived on the scene, arrested the woman and transported her to the jail.
Sunday, March 22
• A houseless man set a fire in the 11800 block of Southwest Pacific Highway and threw rocks at a nearby store and a bank. Officers detained the man and extinguished the fire.
• Officers responded to a call from a woman in the 16600 block of Southwest 88th Place who wanted her son removed. He was trying to get in her house. She said the police were there earlier. Officers abated the nuisance.
Monday, March 23
• A missing juvenile call in the 11100 block of Southwest Summerlake Drive was canceled after officers found the juvenile at the park and his mother picked him up.
• Officers received a call from a woman in the 12900 block of Southwest Pacific Highway claiming that her friends stole her phone and her car. Officers are investigating.
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