Tigard Police Log: Dec. 14-20, 2020
Monday, Dec. 14
A business was broken into overnight on the 12200 block of Southwest Scholls Ferry Road. There were damages to file drawers and drywall, but nothing was apparently missing.
Officers transported a female subject to a local hospital for detox after she refused to leave a hotel and had been reportedly screaming, throwing things and trying to get into the room of an ex-boyfriend in the 11400 block of Southwest Pacific Highway.
Tuesday, Dec. 15
Officers arrested a Tigard woman for reckless burning and endangering after Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue extinguished a fire in her apartment unit in the 9300 block of Southwest Commercial.
An officer arrested and cited a man for criminal trespass after he pushed a staff member, threw food at another person and refused to leave the property on the 10400 block of Southwest Canterbury Lane.
Officers responded to a call of an armed robbery (weapon implied) at the Shell gas station at 11290 S.W. Bull Mountain Road. The clerk reported that a man came into the store and tried to buy cigarettes without an I.D. He threatened to shoot her if she did not sell him the cigarettes.
Wednesday, Dec. 16
Officers responded to a disturbance call in the 11900 block of Southwest Pacific Highway where two adult females were arguing over a face mask and cutting in line. One of the individuals pushed the other. No one wanted to press charges.
A credit union called a Tigard resident about a late payment on a $22,000 loan that was fraudulently taken out in his name.
Thursday, Dec. 17
A rollover crash was reported at Southwest Scholls Ferry Road and the onramp to Highway 217 southbound. Officers learned the driver was also the suspect in a domestic violence case that had just occurred and noted that he showed signs of impairment. The driver was not hurt in the crash and refused on-scene DUII tests. A warrant was granted for a blood sample to determine blood alcohol content. He was taken to jail facing several charges.
Officers responded to a traffic crash on southbound Highway 217 near Southwest 72nd Avenue just before 5:30 p.m. Four cars were involved after a driver looked down at a text message and rear-ended the car in front of him, causing a chain reaction. One person was taken to the hospital.
Friday, Dec. 18
Officers conducted a high-risk stop on I-5 southbound for a stolen van with three occupants inside. The driver had warrants out of Washington state and was taken to jail. The two passengers were identified and released.
A man was arrested for DUII (controlled substance) after driving erratically on Southwest Garrett Street near Pacific Highway. Methamphetamine and heroin were recovered from inside the car. The driver was cited and released to a friend.
A Tigard man reported discovering child pornography on electronic devices belonging to a client he was working for. The case was referred to detectives.
Saturday, Dec. 19
A woman was cited for DUII (alcohol) after an officer observed her driving from Canterbury Lane onto on Hwy 217. Her blood alcohol content was measured at 0.13%, above the legal limit. She was cited and released to her mother.
An 11-year-old girl was reported missing after she went for a walk and hadn't returned home. Officers located the girl six minutes after receiving the call. She was returned her home safely.
Sunday, Dec. 20
Officers responded to a silent alarm at a business in the 10300 block of Southwest Cascade Avenue. It was reported a person wearing a hoodie was on the property with bolt cutters, cut the lock off a dirt bike and attempted to steal it. The person then ditched the bike and ran across the street. Officers located the suspect from the surveillance video and he went to jail on burglary and other charges.
An employee at a convenience store in the 12000 block of SW Hall Boulevard called to report a man naked from the waist down lit the Redbox movie machine on fire and was now inside the store. The man was also linked to a call reported earlier in the shift of a person exposing himself on a TriMet bus at the Tigard Transit Station. Responding officers arrested the man without incident and discovered a second burn pile consisting of paper material outside the store.
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