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This week's calls include: a stolen phone charger, an escape through the window, a resuscitated woman.

Monday, Dec. 21

A security guard called the police about a suspicious person in the 12300 block of Southwest 72nd Avenue. While patrolling the apartment parking lot, he tried to contact a male subject sitting in a vehicle with no license plates. The subject fled on foot. Tigard officers were able to locate the subject nearby and arrested him for four outstanding arrest warrants and possession of a controlled substance.

Tigard officers responded to a report of a robbery with an implied weapon in the 9000 block of Southwest Hall Boulevard. A male subject approached a juvenile waiting in a parked car and demanded his wallet and cellphone. Not having either one, the suspect stole a phone charger instead. A Tigard K-9 team performed a dog track, but the suspect was not located.

Tuesday, Dec. 22

A business employee in the 12200 block of Southwest Main Street called about a male subject who was continually returning to the establishment and threatening to spit on the reporter. The subject left after officers arrived and contacted him.

An officer took a report of a catalytic converter theft from a company vehicle and a break-in to a utility trailer in the 7200 block of Southwest Durham Road that occurred over the weekend. A battery and toolbox were stolen from the trailer.

Wednesday, Dec. 23

Officers were dispatched to a domestic disturbance call around 9:45 a.m. in the 9800 block of Southwest Frewing. As they arrived, a male suspect jumped out of the front window and ran. During the pursuit, employees of a Southwest Pacific Highway business flagged down officers, stating the suspect had entered their business. The man was taken into custody on two arrest warrants.

Officers assisted the Washington County Crisis Team with a Director's Hold after a woman was reportedly hitting and kicking other people in a care home and lit her bed sheets on fire while smoking in bed. The woman was taken to a local hospital for evaluation.

Thursday, Dec. 24

Officers responded to a report of a woman starting a fire on the porch of a church for warmth in the 13800 block of Southwest Pacific Highway. The caller reported the woman was seen putting gas on the fire. Officers and TVF&R responded and put the fire out. Officers could not confirm the woman's identity. She refused medical attention and was given a courtesy transport to a local transit center.

An employee of a store in the 9500 block of Southwest Washington Square Road reported three customers stealing merchandise worth roughly $1,200. The suspects left the scene and officers will review surveillance video in the investigation.

Friday, Dec. 25

A man was arrested for Burglary I near the 8700 block of Southwest Spruce Street after a resident reported the man entered her garage.

A woman was arrested for Assault II and Assault IV (witnessed by a child) in the 10200 block of Southwest Elise Court after an altercation involving family members.

Saturday, Dec. 26

Officers responded to a death investigation in the 14100 block of Southwest 112th Avenue where a man was already deceased. Foul play is not suspected.

A man called 9-1-1 reporting his wife was having a possible heart attack. An officer was in the area and arrived within a few minutes to take over CPR for the husband. Medics continued working on her when they arrived. After some time, the woman began breathing again and was transported to the hospital.

Sunday, Dec. 27

A CPR call came in for an out-of-state man who was staying at a hotel in the 9000 block of Southwest Washington Square Road. When officers arrived, medics and TVF&R were already on scene doing CPR. Unfortunately, the man could not be resuscitated. Officers assisted in the death investigation, which appears to be due to natural causes.

A stolen vehicle was reported in the 11700 block of Southwest Greenburg Road. Officers are investigating.

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