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This week's calls include: a surrendered internet device, a hotel guest on the lam and a dazzled driver.

The press log is a summary of some of the calls for service that result in a police report being written. The press log does not include all calls for service for which a report is written or calls for service that do not require a police report. King City police routinely respond to and resolve calls for service that do not require a police report.

Sunday, July 19

• Several reports were taken about unlocked vehicles being entered and rummaged through overnight in the Edgewater on Tualatin neighborhood. One of the reports involved finding a wi-fi hotspot and turning it over to police.

Monday, July 20

• Police responded to a crash in the King City Plaza. A vehicle backing out of a front row parking space was rear-ended by a vehicle driving down the main road. One vehicle was towed.

• A vehicle was reported stolen from the Best Western Hotel by a hotel guest. The owner lent her vehicle to an associate and they didn't return it as agreed.

Wednesday, July 22

• Police received a report of a hit-and-run crash that damaged a vehicle parked at the King City Golf Course, 15355 S.W. Royalty Parkway. The back bumper and hatch were damaged.

Friday, July 24

• Police took several reports of an unlocked vehicles being entered overnight in the Edgewater on Tualatin neighborhood. Nothing of value was taken.

Saturday, July 25

• Officers assisted Tigard police with a single-vehicle injury crash on Southwest Royalty Parkway at 109th Avenue. The driver, who hit a parked semi-truck, told police the sun was in their eyes.

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