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This week's calls include: streaking past a gas station, a jewelry store smash-and-grab, and an accident on the bus.

Monday, Feb. 1

A 2004 Dodge Dakota pickup was stolen from an apartment complex in the 15100 block of Southwest Royalty Parkway while the owner was working at the site. The keys were accessible.

Multiple callers reported that a naked man jumped on the hood of a vehicle and then ran on Southwest Greenburg Road. When officers arrived, they observed him jump over shrubs in a gas station parking lot and then fall down. The subject was incoherent and uncooperative. Working with medical personnel, officers were able to get him transported to a local hospital for observation.

Tuesday, Feb. 2

A wallet and multi-tool left in the console of an unlocked vehicle were stolen in the 7100 block of Southwest Hampton Street.

An officer took a hit-and-run report where a Toyota truck rolled backward, striking the victim's car, and then accelerated onto I-5. Fortunately, no one was hurt and there was only minor damage.

Wednesday, Feb. 3

A driver-side window and rear window were shattered and a backpack stolen from a car in the 9300 block of Southwest Washington Square Road.

A man smashed a jewelry display case and grabbed gold chains in the 9300 block of Southwest Washington Square Road. The loss prevention specialist chased him after he exited the store. The fleeing suspect threatened that he had a gun in his car and was able to get away.

Thursday, Feb. 4

A woman reported being attacked by a stranger who was in the back seat of her car in the 15300 block of Southwest Sequoia Parkway. The suspect grabbed her from behind and covered her nose and mouth with his hand before she was able to escape. Responding officers found a man matching the suspect's description nearby. He was taken to jail on several charges.

A man reported being the victim of a wire fraud scheme targeting his business. He lost thousands of dollars and the case is being referred to the FBI.

Friday, Feb. 5

A woman was cited for reckless driving, DUII and criminal mischief after crashing into a telephone pole and fence in the 11600 block of Southwest Tiedeman Avenue.

Two large traffic crashes were reported at roughly the same time. One was on Highway 99W near Highway 217, where a medical emergency caused a five-car crash. The driver was taken to the hospital and was later issued several citations. The other accident was a T-bone crash on Southwest Durham Road that took out a utility box.

Saturday, Feb. 6

Officers responded to a welfare check near Highway 99W and Southwest Hall Boulevard. An intoxicated woman on a bus urinated on board. Officers helped her off the bus and learned she had a misdemeanor warrant for DUII. She was cited on her arrest warrant.

Significant patrols were conducted in the area of Bonita Park after Tigard police learned of a purposeful protest in the area connected with the officer-involved shooting in early January. The event remained peaceful and no arrests were made.

Sunday, Feb. 7

Officers responded to a burglary in progress in the 9200 block of Southwest Center Street involving the victim's ex-boyfriend who had been making threats, stole her vehicle and fled. Officers located him, arrested and charged him with distribution of a controlled substance, unauthorized use of a vehicle, criminal trespass and an arrest warrant. 

Officers responded to a call about an unknown man banging on a door of a residence around Southwest Maple Court and Garrett Street who wouldn't leave despite being asked to do so. Officers were able to assist. 

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