Tigard Police Log: Aug. 31-Sept. 6, 2020
Monday, Aug. 31
• In separate incidents, officers placed two individuals experiencing mental health crises on police officer's holds. The incidents resolved peacefully.
• An officer drove by the Plaid Pantry parking lot at 11705 S.W. Pacific Highway and saw four men engaged in an escalating argument culminating in a male subject throwing a punch. Officers arrested the subject for interfering with a peace officer, a warrant, resisting arrest and assault of a public safety officer.
Tuesday, Sept. 1
• A lawnmower, leaf blower and trimmers were stolen overnight in the 12400 block of Southwest Brookside Avenue from a utility trailer parked in a driveway.
• A catalytic converter was stolen from a truck in the 11200 block of Southwest Greenburg Road. The culprit cut through a fence to access the vehicle.
• A white 1992 Honda Civic parked in the 7500 block of Southwest Dartmouth Street was stolen.
Wednesday, Sept. 2
• A Ford F150 that had been reportedly locked was stolen overnight from the 13700 block of Southwest 124th Avenue. The owner had GPS and Portland Police officers were able to locate and recover it in Portland.
• A man camping on private property near Southwest Pacific Highway and 72nd Avenue was reportedly hostile and aggressive, yelling at the caller. Officers trespassed the individual.
• Police were called out to the 10700 block of Southwest Cascade Ave regarding a woman endangering herself and other drivers by walking into traffic. The individual was taken to the hospital for evaluation.
• A bike trailer was stolen from a yard on the 12400 block of Southwest Brookside Avenue.
Thursday, Sept. 3
• Officers responded to several calls about camping on private property.
• Officers responded to a report of a theft that occurred in the 9500 block of Southwest Washington Square Road. The reporting party stated that three juveniles stole his personal cellphone, broke his work iPad and fled in a white vehicle.
• Officers apprehended and charged a man and a woman with theft II after loss prevention reportedly observed them cutting security tags and stealing merchandise from The Home Depot, 14800 S.W. Sequoia Parkway.
• Police responded to a call about a man pounding on doors. Officers contacted the man, who appeared to be impaired, and arranged with his family to keep him in his unit to sober up.
Friday, Sept. 4
• Officers received a delayed report of a male subject sitting in a light blue vehicle at Albertsons, 14300 S.W. Barrows Road, with his genitals exposed yesterday. The reporter didn't believe the male was deliberately exposing himself to her.
• Officers were dispatched to a head-on injury crash at Southwest Upper Boones Ferry Road and 72nd Avenue between a Kawasaki motorcycle and Toyota Tacoma. The motorcyclist was injured and transported to the hospital. The motorcycle had been reported stolen. The motorcyclist had outstanding warrants and was driving while his license was suspended.
• A 2020 Ford Platinum F250 with no plates was reportedly stolen in the 12000 block of Southwest 66th Avenue. Later that day, an owner of a 2014 Ford pickup truck reported that his license plates were stolen at that location while it was at the repair shop.
• While conducting a routine traffic stop, a male subject provided the officer with a false name and info. After getting backup from a partner agency, it was determined that the subject had an outstanding felony warrant out of Vancouver, Washington.
Saturday, Sept. 5
• Tigard officers assisted Tualatin police on containment involving a stolen vehicle incident. The driver fled the scene, but Tualatin was able to identify him and the passenger was taken into custody.
• A 2020 Toyota RAV4 was stolen from the 14900 block of Southwest Greenfield Drive. The remote may have been left in the vehicle. The vehicle had a GPS system and Portland police were able to recover it in their jurisdiction.
Sunday, Sept. 6
• Officers were dispatched to Cook Park involving at least one car racing and doing donuts in the park. The driver was cited.
• A wallet stored in an open cubby was stolen at The Circuit Bouldering Gym, 16255 S.W. Upper Boones Ferry Road.
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