Tigard Police Log: Oct. 19-25, 2020
Monday, Oct. 19
Officers took a report of a 2003 Yamaha motorcycle that was stolen in the 9500 block of Southwest Washington Square Road overnight.
An officer responded to a report of a stolen 2007 Lexus. The victim's other vehicle had been stolen four days prior and the spare key stored in the car was used to steal the Lexus overnight.
An officer responded to a report of a man walking through the playground at Cook Park taking videos of kids. The suspect was not located following a check of the area.
Tuesday, Oct. 20
Officers arrested a Gaston man for burglary II and theft II associated with a theft of coins from a laundry room at an apartment complex in August. After Beaverton Police arrested the suspect for a similar crime, Tigard officers matched his photograph to the one obtained from the apartment manager.
An officer cited a man for unauthorized use of a vehicle while on patrol and noticing a suspicious 2004 Dodge car with a note stuck to it. After running the plate, she contacted the registered owner who lives in Eugene and learned that a man agreed to repair the vehicle, but never returned it.
A community service officer performed traffic control on Southwest McDonald Street at Southwest Hall Boulevard while a tow truck moved a semi-truck that got stuck backing out of a driveway.
Wednesday, Oct. 21
An officer took a report of identity theft from a woman who received a debit card in the mail for an account that was fraudulently opened in her name. Checking her credit report, she determined that her identity was also used to obtain a fraudulent loan.
An officer responded to a report of a wallet stolen from an open cubby at a gym in the 12200 block of Southwest Scholls Ferry Road. The suspect quickly charged two $500 transactions at a grocery store before the victim realized it was missing.
Officers arrested a man for harassment and robbery at a laundromat in the 11900 block of Southwest Pacific Highway following a report a woman bumped into him while he was sleeping on the floor while she was doing laundry. He began yelling at her, hit her with a flip flop, spit at her and then stole her money and cigarettes.
Officers arrested a Forest Grove man for strangulation and harassment following a domestic violence incident with a significant other that occurred in a parked car in the 16800 block of Southwest 72nd Avenue.
Thursday, Oct. 22
Officers took a report of theft from a man in the 14100 block of Southwest Fern Street. Someone broke into his trailer and stole electronics, sporting goods, hearing aids and other items worth nearly $8,000. The case is under investigation.
Friday, Oct. 23
Officers arrested a woman for assault after her mother showed up on a neighbor's porch hysterical and bloody. It was determined the mother and daughter had been in an altercation and the mother was pushed to the ground. She was taken to the hospital after exhibiting signs of a mental health crisis.
Officers cited a man for criminal trespass after responding to a silent alarm at an apartment complex under construction in the 11000 block of Southwest 68th Parkway. The man had entered the construction area and was on a second-floor balcony.
Officers arrested a man for driving under the influence of intoxicants after responding to a welfare check for a man who was sleeping in a car. While in route, witnesses reported the man drove away. He was stopped in the 9100 block of Southwest Burnham Street where his blood-alcohol was determined to be nearly four times the legal limit.
Saturday, Oct. 24
Officers responded to a report of theft from guests staying at a hotel in the 9000 block of Southwest Washington Square Road. Shopping bags were stolen from their hotel room, with contents valued at $1,600. The case is under investigation.
Officers responded to a report of a man attacking a woman near Southwest 95th Avenue and Southwest North Dakota Street. The couple then left in a vehicle together. The vehicle was unable to be located and no additional calls were received.
Officers responded to several reports about a man walking down Highway 217. He was given a ride to get him off the dangerous roadway.
Sunday, Oct. 25
Officers assisted TVF&R with a house fire in the 14000 block of Southwest Chehalem Court. All residents made it out of the home safely.
Officers responded to a report of criminal mischief at a business in the 9900 block of Southwest Tigard Street. Employees stated glass in the front door was shattered, but it did not appear anything inside was stolen. The case is under investigation.
Officers arrested a woman on two outstanding felony warrants after locating her in connection with suspicious activity reported at a hotel in the 9000 block of Southwest Washington Square Road.
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