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This week's calls include: elephant and panda, a toilet-papered house, and a troubled passenger.

Tigard police made five arrests between April 1 and April 7, including two for assault and one for criminal trespass.

Wednesday, April 1

• Officers responded to a call near Southwest Aklean Terrace and Oak Street about a man dressed in an animal suit lunging at traffic. Officers discovered two women dressed as an elephant and a panda, who claimed they were dancing on the sidewalk, not lunging at traffic. No crime.

• Officers received a call from a house in the 16400 block of Southwest 93rd Avenue that had been covered with toilet paper.

Thursday, April 2

• Officers responded to an assault call in the 14800 block of Southwest Sequoia Parkway after the caller reported that a man punched his dad. Officers discovered the argument was about parking and took the puncher into custody.

• Officers responded to a domestic violence call in the 9900 block of Southwest Frewing Street. The caller heard yelling and sounds of rolling around on the floor from his upstairs neighbors. The neighbors were just yelling. No crime.

Friday, April 3

• Officers were flagged down in the 9400 block of Southwest Washington Square Road by a TriMet employee advising there was a violent man on the bus. Officers got him off the bus, but he began running around the parking lot while screaming. He was cited and released.

• Officers responded to three child custody disputes and three animal complaints.

Saturday, April 4

• Officers returned a juvenile runaway in the 1200 block of Southwest Summerbrook Lane.

• Officers responded to a disturbance call in the 15700 block of Southwest 81st Avenue made by a neighbor. Earlier in the day, two brothers were fighting in the street. Later in the day, he reported screaming and dogs barking inside the house. When officers arrived, the brothers refused to come out of the house and said nothing physical happened and there were no injuries.

Sunday, April 5

• Officers assisted at a domestic violence call in the 14800 block of Southwest 109th Avenue. The parties separated and peace was restored.

• Officers responded to a call in the 15500 block of Southwest Pacific Highway after an employee called to report a man and woman arguing outside. No crime.

Monday, April 6

• Officers investigating a domestic violence call in the 14700 block of Southwest 109th Avenue, discovered loud arguing but no crime.

• Officers received a call about five or six people with pit bulls blocking the road near Southwest Center Street and Greenburg Road, but when officers arrived, no one was at the location.

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