Tigard Police Log: April 12-18, 2021
Monday, April 12
Officers took a report of a stolen vehicle in the 11200 block of Southwest Summerfield Drive.
Officers took a report from an elderly resident who received an email from "Publishers Clearing House" stating that he had won $900,000. The sender attached a photo of the check. The man was instructed to set up a savings account at a US Bank account in Beaverton. A community member overheard his phone conversation near the bank and warned him he was being defrauded. The bank also recognized this new account seemed suspicious. They were able to intervene before the fraudsters were able to steal $2,000 that had been transferred to the new account.
Officers responded to a retail store in the 9400 block of Southwest Washington Square Road on a report four male juveniles were dropping stink bombs in the store. Although some merchandise was damaged, staff did not want to press charges. The juveniles were trespassed from the location and their parents contacted.
Tuesday, April 13
Officers took a report of theft in the 11500 block of Southwest Pacific Highway. Five catalytic converters were stolen from U-Haul trucks.
Officers took a report of a stolen vehicle in the 15100 block of Southwest Royalty Parkway, along with tools stored in the vehicle.
Officers took a report of a stolen vehicle in the 14000 block of Southwest Sequoia Parkway. The key had been left inside.
Wednesday, April 14
Officers took a report of a car prowl at a residence in the 12400 block of Southwest 122nd Avenue. The passenger side window was broken, and cash stolen from the console of a truck that was locked and parked in the driveway.
Officers cited a man for improper use of 9-1-1 in 12300 block of Southwest Hall Boulevard after he called multiple times during the last two weeks and alleged an emergency resulting in law enforcement response when there was no emergency.
Officers responded to a burglary in progress at a commercial building in the 8000 block of Southwest Pfaffle Street. A janitor reported encountering a man in a restroom. A search of the building was conducted, and the suspect was found hiding in a file room on the second floor. He exhibited signs of impairment, was not compliant and reached toward his waist band as officers tried to put handcuffs on him. He was taken into custody and arrested for criminal trespass.
Thursday, April 15
Officers responded to reports of a woman running into traffic in the 11400 block of Southwest Pacific Highway. She appeared to be under the influence of drugs and was taken to a hospital for her safety.
Officers responded to a report of a stolen vehicle at an apartment complex in the 16100 block of Southwest 108th Avenue. The vehicle was found on fire 45 minutes later, on I-5 northbound near Carman Drive. The case is under investigation.
Friday, April 16
Officers responded to a disturbance at a restaurant in the 13800 block of Southwest Pacific Highway. A customer refused to wear a mask and was yelling at employees. The customer was trespassed from the location and agreed not to return.
Officers cited a woman for mail theft after a man reported seeing her rifling through a business mailbox in the 14800 block of Southwest 72nd Avenue. Later in the day the same woman was seen trying car door handles and entering at least one car near Southwest 72nd Avenue and Mapleleaf Street. She was cited for unlawful entry into a motor vehicle, but the Washington County Jail could not lodge her due to intake restrictions.
Officers took a report from a teenage girl who stated she was the target of vandalism at her home due to her religious beliefs. A suspect has not yet been identified but the case is being investigated as a bias crime.
Saturday, April 17
Officers responded to a report of a possible fentanyl overdose in the 9400 block of Southwest Maplewood Drive. A man was taken to a hospital by medics.
Officers cited a man for DUII (alcohol) and driving while suspended following a traffic stop on Highway 99W and Southwest 65th Avenue. The man's BAC was nearly twice the legal limit.
Sunday, April 18
Officers responded to a report of a 17-month-old boy who fell from a second story window at an apartment complex in the 16100 block of Southwest 108th Avenue. The child was taken to a hospital with injuries that were not life-threatening.
Officers took a report of a theft in the 7300 block of Southwest Kable Lane. A catalytic converter was stolen from a work truck sometime over the weekend.
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