Tigard Police Log: March 22-28, 2021
Monday, March 22
A woman was placed on a police officer's hold related to a call that started on the previous day and continued through 12:43 a.m. A homeowner had called in a welfare check after finding a woman who was naked except for a blanket in 40-degree rainy weather on the back deck of his residence. The woman was screaming for help and wanted to leave. The woman had a strong odor of alcohol, stated that she was scared and was reluctant to talk to officers. Officers got her to stay inside a warm patrol vehicle until the ambulance arrived.
Officers were called out to the 14400 block of Southwest Pacific Highway on a report of man checking door handles on cars in a shopping center parking lot. When they contacted the suspect, they determined he had two warrants out for his arrest and took him to jail.
Tuesday, March 23
Police arrested a man for a restraining order violation after they received a report about him driving up to the home of his estranged wife and texting her a week ago, which were all actions prohibited under the order.
Officers were called to a pub in the 11500 block of Southwest Durham Road involving a patron who became aggressive, including yelling and kicking employees, when she was cut off from alcohol service. She was stumbling, falling, kicking and screaming at officers, and resisting arrest. Officers were able to gain control and took her to a hospital on a police officer hold. Employees declined to press charges.
Wednesday, March 24
Six storage units were broken into in the 11700 block of Southwest Warner Avenue overnight. The extent of the losses is not known at this time.
Officers took a man to jail on an arrest warrant for sex crimes involving a minor in the 6900 block of Southwest Atlanta Street.
Thursday, March 25
Officers responded to a gas station in the 11290 block of Southwest Bull Mountain Road, where a customer stole a display case of vape pens worth thousands of dollars and ran out the door. Officers are reviewing surveillance video and the investigation is open.
Officers responded to a house fire near Southwest 84th Avenue and Pfaffle Street. The first officer on scene made sure the family (a 100-year-old resident and his 80-year-old son) were safely out of the home. Firefighters from TVF&R arrived quickly and took over, while officers helped with traffic control in the area.
Several callers reported a man wearing tactical gear filming himself on a sidewalk. Officers determined there was no crime and did not contact the man. After a few patrols in the area, the man left.
Officers responded to a three-car rear-end crash on Southwest Pacific Highway and Park Street. The at-fault driver showed signs of impairment and his blood alcohol content was measured at nearly three times the legal limit. He was jailed on charges of DUII (alcohol) and reckless driving.
Friday, March 26
A driver reported another driver pulled out a gun and tapped it on his car window in the parking lot of a store in the 7600 block of Southwest Dartmouth Street. The driver with the gun left the area. Officers are following up.
An employee at a store in the 14800 block of Southwest Sequoia Parkway called to report a known shoplifting suspect in the store and asked that he be trespassed. A responding officer determined the man had shoplifted again. He was jailed on charges of theft III, possession of burglar tool/theft device, felon in possession of restricted weapon and carrying a concealed weapon.
Saturday, March 27
A man was cited for felony public indecency after employees at a restaurant in the 11900 block of Southwest Pacific Highway reported a man on the sidewalk touching himself inappropriately.
Officers assisted Tualatin police with a domestic disturbance involving a gun.
Sunday, March 28
A home in the 12700 block of Southwest Morning Hill Court was burglarized overnight. The resident reported the garage door was left open and someone stole a safe and BB gun.
An officer assisted a man whose golf clubs were stolen, then were posted for sale online. The seller met the man and officers recovered the clubs. They learned the seller bought the clubs from another party. The investigation is ongoing.
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