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This week's calls include: strange noises from upstairs, fighting neighbors and a landscaping dispute.

Tigard police made 23 arrests between April 22 and April 27, including seven theft and four restraining order violation arrests.

Tuesday, April 21

• Officers cited a woman for criminal mischief in the 11400 block of Southwest Greenburg Road after she hit her former friend in the arm with a rock and threw rocks at the door.

• Officers responded to a call from a woman in the 15800 block of Southwest Avon Place who told dispatch that her front door was unlocked and she was hearing noises from upstairs. When officers arrived, they found a cat, but two searches revealed nothing else amiss.

Wednesday, April 22

• Officers responded to a call in the 9300 block of Southwest Commercial Street about social distancing. A man was screaming outside a home because the father refused to let the screamer see his son.

• The owner of a business in the 13200 block of Southwest Pacific Highway reported that a woman drinking in front of the business was dancing around and scaring customers. The woman refused to leave after being asked repeatedly. She changed her mind when officers arrived.

Thursday, April 23

• Officers responded to a call in the 11400 block of Southwest 98th Avenue, where a fistfight was going on in a yard. Three men were fighting, and a woman was screaming at them to stop. Officers restored the peace.

• Officers responded to another fighting neighbor call in the 10300 block of Southwest Hillview Street.

Friday, April 24

• Officers received a call about 10 to 15 people hanging out on the sidewalk smoking marijuana in the 11100 block of Southwest Hall Boulevard. When officers arrived, they found three people who were smoking cigarettes.

• A woman in the 12100 block of Southwest 123rd Court had a landscaper working in her yard, and he cut off some of the neighbor's branches. The neighbor came into her yard with his chainsaw and threatened to cut down all her trees. Officers restored the peace, and the trees were saved.

Saturday, April 25

• Officers convinced the caller's ex-boyfriend to leave after he was sitting in his car outside her residence in the 116000 block of Southwest Tiedeman Avenue.

• Officers responded to a call from a business in the 11900 block of Southwest Pacific Highway where a man was saying uncomfortable things to the caller and wouldn't let women walk past him. Officers advised the man to leave and not come back.

Sunday, April 26

• Officers responded to a restraining order violation in the 7500 block of Southwest Hunziker Road and transported the subject to the jail.

• Officers responded to a call from the Safeway at 15570 S.W. Pacific Highway about a hostile homeless woman throwing matches, lighters and toys. Officers advised the woman not to return to Safeway.

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