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This week's calls include: a fake ICE gift card scam, felled mannequins, and a wallet swiped from a shopping cart.

Monday, Sept. 21

The owner of All Stop Pipes & Tobacco, 12215 S.W. Main St., reported that someone broke in through a window and stole pipes and tobacco products at 4:30 a.m.

Officers responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle parked on the grass at Dirksen Nature Park at 11:58 p.m. One of the occupants in the vehicle was arrested on an outstanding warrant.

Tuesday, Sept. 22

A 1995 Toyota 4Runner parked on the street was reported stolen from the 8900 block of Southwest Commercial Street.

An officer was dispatched to the 11300, 11500 blocks of Southwest 135th and Southwest 135th Avenue and Scholls Ferry on multiple reports of graffiti reading X3 and Baby Dagy X3. The officer contacted the property owners to clean up the tags. More graffiti was reported during the day.

It was reported a man and woman reportedly stole high-valued handbags at Nordstrom, 9700 S.W. Washington Square Rd.

It was reported a resident received a call from a male claiming to be Officer Thomas from Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE). The caller threatened to arrest the resident unless he paid a $500 "bond" in Target gift cards related to an arrest warrant. The caller spoofed ICE's phone number, leading the resident to believe the call was legitimate.

Wednesday, Sept. 23

The Tigard Police Community Service Officer assisted OSP, ODOT and the Tualatin Police Department on an incident at 5 p.m. involving a loose pig in the center median of I-5 near the I-205 interchange during rush hour traffic in the heavy rain. The four of them were able to get the pig into a kennel using a snappy snare and dog leash.

It was reported the passenger side rear window of a 2006 Acura was broken out and a purse stolen between 4:30-6:30 p.m. at the Thirsty Lion Pub, 10205 S.W. Washington Square Rd.

Thursday, Sept. 24

Officers arrested a man for harassment-domestic violence after being dispatched to Walmart, 7600 S.W. Dartmouth St., on multiple calls about a physical altercation between a male and female.

An owner of a vacant property reported someone had tampered with the lock to a detached garage in the 9900 block of Southwest Walnut Street and was possibly staying there.

Friday, Sept. 25

Officers responded to a report of criminal mischief at Brookstone, 9669 S.W. Washington Square Rd., where a disgruntled customer knocked over and damaged store mannequins and threatened employees.

It was reported tools and a power washer were stolen during a burglary at Key Home Furnishings, 7895 S.W. Hunziker St.

It was reported a 1994 Honda Accord was stolen from the area of Southwest 109th Avenue and Southwest Murdock Street.

It was reported a 1998 Toyota Camry was stolen from an apartment complex in the 107900 block of Southwest Murdock Court.

Saturday, Sept. 26

Officers responded to a theft in progress at Dick's Sporting Goods, 9402 S.W. Washington Square Rd., where the suspect left the store and boarded a TriMet bus. Officers worked with dispatch to arrest the man at the next bus stop. He was allegedly associated with thefts from five stores in the mall.

It was reported a woman shopping at Fred Meyer, 11565 S.W. Pacific Hwy., was looking at merchandise when someone stole her wallet from the shopping cart.

Sunday, Sept. 27

Officers responded to a report of a suspicious person at 3:08 a.m. that led to two men being arrested for theft II after they were observed attempting to cut off a catalytic converter from a fleet vehicle at 12000 S.W. Garden Place.

Officers responded to a verbal altercation in the 14700 block of Southwest 109th Avenue. A man was arrested for possession of methamphetamine and for probation violation.


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