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This week's calls include: a slow moving company, a dump truck collision and a dangerous dog.

Monday, Aug. 24

• An officer was dispatched to the 11700 block of Southwest 98th Avenue on a report that occupants of a red sports car were shooting up drugs and were now passed out. When officers arrived, the main suspect fled. Officers ultimately apprehended and arrested a male suspect for distribution of meth, possession of methamphetamine and heroin and an arrest warrant.

• A former resident hired a moving company for an out-of-state move, paying half of the deposit. The company had yet to deliver the resident's belongings, the person told police.

• A grey BMX bike with red pedals was stolen from a bike rack in the 16200 block of Southwest Pacific Highway after being left unattended and unlocked for 10 minutes.

Tuesday, Aug. 25

• Officers were dispatched to a call involving a male and female in a verbal altercation in a church parking lot in the 9800 block of Southwest Walnut Place. The woman was arrested for violation of a restraining order.

• Officers responded to a report of two males who had used a stolen credit card at The Home Depot, 14800 S.W. Sequoia Parkway, to purchase two shopping carts worth of merchandise. Officers apprehended them at their vehicle for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, theft and identity theft.

Wednesday, Aug. 26

• Officers responded to an injury crash at the intersection of Southwest Bull Mountain Road and Angus Place in which the driver reportedly drove off the road, crashing into a tree, then a fence, finally stopping after hitting a large boulder. The suspect fled, but a bystander pointed officers in the direction of the suspect. They arrested him on multiple charges including-hit and-run and possession of a controlled substance.

• Officers were dispatched to a welfare check in which a man left his car idling in the middle of the road and was out in the roadway with hands up, asking passing drivers to get him help. Officers sat talking to him for nearly an hour and connected him with his support system.

• Officers responded to an injury traffic crash at Southwest Hunziker Street and 72nd Avenue involving a Mustang that had been traveling at a high rate of speed hitting a dump truck. Officers charged the Mustang driver with reckless driving.

• Officers cited a Tigard man for several counts of criminal mischief after he was observed tagging a building in the 12000 block of Southwest Main Street.

Thursday, Aug. 27

• Officers were dispatched to an alarm call at Metro by T-Mobile, 11940 S.W. Pacific Highway. The front glass door was found shattered and the suspect had fled. The extent of the losses was unknown at the time of report.

• Tools were stolen from a conex box and portable office trailer at a construction site on the 11600 block of Southwest 72nd Avenue overnight.

• An off-leash dog reportedly ran across the street and bit a person and his dog in the 13700 block of Southwest Hathaway Terrace. The responding officer informed the owner that the dog must be quarantined for the next 10 days or until further order by Washington County Animal Control.

• A woman reportedly was approached by a male while sitting in her vehicle in the 7200 block of Southwest Durham Road. She said he asked for the time, then entered the vehicle through the passenger door and ordered her to drive. The woman was able to get out of the car, and the man fled. Multiple officers conducted an area check but could not locate the suspect.

• A driver's window was smashed and a backpack and laptop were reported stolen from a vehicle in the 10300 block of Southwest Greenburg Road.

Friday, Aug. 28

• Overnight in the 10400 block of Southwest North Dakota Street, someone reportedly punched the lock on the driver's-side door to enter a Ford Ranger truck and steal clothing and tools.

• Someone reportedly tampered with the lock on a gate and stole a generator at a business in the 11400 block of Southwest Pacific Highway overnight.

Saturday, Aug. 29

• Officers arrested a person for criminal trespass II after responding to a security alarm and finding him inside a fenced-in construction site in the 11000 block of SW 68th Parkway.

• A blue 2000 Nissan Frontier truck was reported stolen overnight. It had been parked on the street in front of the owner's house and had reportedly been locked.

• Officers responded to a report of a male coming into a business and screaming and threatening employees for what seemed like five minutes in the 11200 block of SW 81st Ave.

• Officers responded to a robbery call in the 14800 block of Southwest Sequoia Parkway and apprehended the suspect, who had fled from the scene to a nearby hotel. The Canby man was lodged in the Washington County Jail on charges of robbery III and unlawful use of a weapon.

Sunday, Aug. 30

• Three unknown male suspects reportedly were observed breaking into a 2005 Ford Escape parked in front of a residence in the 13500 block of Southwest Lauren Lane. There were no signs of forced entry, but the glove compartment was rummaged through. It is unclear what was taken. The suspects left before officers arrived.

• Officers responded to a welfare check on the 11100 block of 95th Avenue involving a report of a male knocking on a doors saying that he had been jumped by four males and needed help. Officers contacted the individual, who declined assistance. Later that morning, officers were called out for the same individual, who was observed running down Southwest Greenburg Road swinging around a signpost. He was taken to the hospital for evaluation.

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