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This week's calls include: a troubled intruder, stolen perfume and assault with a bat.

Monday, Jan. 4

Officers responded to a call about a person hanging out in the alcove of a business in the 12700 block of Southwest Pacific Highway who reportedly appeared to be on drugs and drinking. The individual refused to leave when asked by the business owner but packed up when officers arrived. He was provided information about local shelters but was not interested.

Officers arrested a man for first-degree shoplifting and two arrest warrants after he was involved in the theft of power tools and drove away. Officers caught up with him on I-5 southbound past Carman Drive. 

Tuesday, Jan. 5

Officers were called to a business in the 13900 block of Southwest Pacific Highway on the report of a man asking store employees to call the police; the man was in the store yesterday and told a store employee that he planned to kill himself. When officers arrived to talk to him, the man reached toward his belt line despite officers instructing him not to do so. They grabbed the man, detained him and found out he was wanted for warrants and failure to register as a sex offender. Officers issued citations.

An officer took a report of a burglary at an apartment unit in the 10600 block of Southwest 121st Avenue. The resident left his apartment unlocked and a computer was stolen.

Wednesday, Jan. 6

An officer-involved shooting occurred in the area of Southwest Hall and Bonita. For more information, please visit: 

Thursday, Jan. 7

An unlawful assembly and riot was declared in the area of the Tigard Police Department. A crowd of roughly 100 people tagged properties and broke windows in the downtown business corridor and at TPD. One person was arrested and charges for additional subjects are expected.

Friday, Jan. 8

Employees at a store in the 10200 block of Southwest Washington Square Road reported three customers had just stolen perfume and beauty products worth more than $3,400. Investigators believe the same group then stole items from a store in a neighboring city. Surveillance video is being reviewed and the investigation is open.

A woman called to report her husband missing, who has dementia and took the family car. He was located in Otis and was reunited with her family.

Saturday, Jan. 9

A resident in the 13200 block of Southwest Maplecrest Court reported someone broke into their home while they were sleeping and stole two of their cars. A purse, wallet, keys and other items were stolen worth nearly $5,000. A neighbor reported his car was rifled through as well and provided surveillance video. The case has been referred to detectives for further investigation.

An officer responded to a domestic disturbance in the 10400 block of Southwest McDonald Street. The caller reported two men were fighting and one of them hit the other with a bat, then barricaded himself inside. Officers arrested the man on charges of unlawful use of a weapon and assault II, and he was taken to jail.

Sunday, Jan. 10

A man was cited for failing to register as a sex offender after an officer contacted him the 6400 block of Southwest Coronado Street.

A woman reported being assaulted by her teenage son. Officer investigated, developed a safety plan and referred the case to the Washington County Juvenile Department and DHS.

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