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This week's calls include: a suspicious man in a van, a DEA scam and a stolen generator.

Monday, July 13

• An officer arrested a man on an outstanding felony warrant after responding to a welfare check concerning a man in the roadway who appeared to be impaired by drugs.

• Officers arrested a man for driving under the influence of intoxicants after being dispatched to a welfare check near Southwest Pacific Highway and Durham Road. The male was slumped over in a running vehicle located in the left turn lane of the intersection. Medics broke a window and shook him awake when he didn't respond to knocking on his window.

Tuesday, July 14

• A 15-year-old male called the police after reportedly encountering a man in a green van behind the grocery store on the 7500 block of Southwest Dartmouth who motioned for him to come over to the van, offered him candy and made a "camera motion" as though he wanted to take his photo. The teen declined the candy and left the area. Officers contacted and questioned the man but couldn't establish probable cause to charge him with a crime.

• Officers assisted Lake Oswego police on a shooting that happened early in the evening.  The victim appeared to have sustained non-life-threatening injuries.

Wednesday, July 15

• Officers charged a woman with harassment after responding to a report of a man and woman screaming and hitting each other. The female reportedly hit the male with a stick, resulting in welts and abrasions.

• A man reportedly destroyed some property signs and threw concrete bricks off a balcony at a temple on the 11500 block of Southwest Hall Boulevard.

n A resident reported that a man claiming to be U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration Agent Christopher Paul called him. The subject told the resident that his identity had been used in a Texas money-laundering scheme, may be connected with a homicide, and he must remit money in the form of a bond to the subject. Prior to this call, the intended scam victim had previously learned that someone had used his name and Social Security number to file a fraudulent tax return in Texas.

Thursday, July 16

• Police responded to reports of a suspicious person reportedly checking car doors and house doors in the 10000 block of Southwest 70th Place. Arriving officers located the man in the side yard of a private residence, using the homeowner's hose. He was arrested for criminal trespass. It appeared that the individual was exhibiting signs of a mental health crisis and/or drug or alcohol impairment.

Friday, July 17

• An officer responded to a business in the 11900 block of Southwest Pacific Highway where employees reported a man stole a small generator valued at $750 from a front display. The man drove away with the stolen item and the investigation is ongoing.

• An officer on routine patrol contacted a man near Southwest 78th Avenue and Spruce Street and, through dispatch, learned he had four warrants out for his arrest. The man was also in possession of methamphetamine and burglary tools. He was taken to the Washington County Jail.

• An intoxicated driver was stopped near Southwest Pacific Highway and 72nd Avenue. The driver was cited for DUII and was released to his friend. His blood alcohol content was nearly twice the legal limit.

Saturday, July 18

• Officers responded to a reported domestic disturbance with a weapon near Southwest Hamlet Street and Miller Court. The initial report indicated a man pointed a gun at family members. Officers and the crisis team set up a command post at Tigard High School. Officers later learned the man had not pointed a gun or made any threats of harm and family members wanted him to remain at home. Nobody was hurt and no arrests were made.

• An officer responded to a non-injury crash after a driver ran into the median on the on-ramp of Southwest 72nd Avenue to Highway 217. The driver was cited for DUII and reckless driving. She was released to her mother.

Sunday, July 19

• Officers responded to a suicidal threat involving a man who had access to weapons. Ultimately, officers made contact with the man and he went to the hospital voluntarily.

• Officers responded to a reported burglary at a home in the 10100 block of Southwest Hoodview Drive, in which a man was in the entryway of his ex-girlfriend's parent's home. Officers learned he had also reportedly stolen property out of a neighbor's parked car. Officers also believe he is responsible for two reported hit-and-runs near Southwest Pacific Highway and Hall Boulevard. He was cited and detained on a hold after exhibiting signs that appeared to be a mental health crisis and/or drug or alcohol impairment. 

• An officer on routine patrol stopped to check on a man who appeared to be passed out at a bus stop near Southwest 72nd Avenue and Pacific Highway. The officer discovered the man had a felony warrant out for his arrest and was in possession of heroin. He was arrested and taken to the Washington County Jail.

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