Tigard Police Log: Sept. 13-19, 2021
Monday, Sept. 13
Officers responded to a home near Southwest Greenburg Road and 91stÂ Avenue regarding ongoing domestic issues also involving a person in a mental health crisis. Officers arrested a man on charges of burglary, stalking and harassment (domestic violence).
An officer responded to a two-car crash at Southwest Pacific Highway and Highway 217. One driver rear-ended the other, causing significant damage. One of the drivers was taken to the hospital.
Tuesday, Sept. 14
The manager of a store in the 16800 block of Southwest 72ndÂ Avenue reported someone entered their receiving area and storeroom to steal merchandise. Officers are reviewing surveillance video in the case.
A restaurant employee in the 11400 block of Southwest Pacific Highway came to work and found the restaurant had been burglarized overnight. Officers are reviewing surveillance video.
Wednesday, Sept. 15
A woman reported unwanted sexual contact from an ex-boyfriend. Investigating officers determined probable cause to make an arrest in the case.
A caller reported an erratic driver near Southwest Hall Boulevard and McDonald Street. Officers responded and ultimately arrested the driver for DUII. Her blood alcohol content was 0.18%, more than twice the legal limit.
Thursday, Sept. 16
A couple who recently moved to Oregon reported their storage unit was burglarized in the 11500 block of Southwest Pacific Highway. An inventory of what is missing is still underway and the investigation is open.
A case of employee embezzlement was reported to police. The company owner is pursuing legal action.
Friday, Sept. 17
An unknown man touched a woman in intimate areas as she was walking along the sidewalk in the 13700 block of Southwest Pacific Highway. The woman reported the man said he came from a nearby bar and may have been intoxicated. Officers responded to the bar but did not find anyone matching the man's description. The investigation is ongoing.
Officers assisted with a Department of Human Services referral involving a parent with apparent mental health struggles who was making claims about burning the house down. The parent was taken to the hospital for an evaluation in partnership with the Mental Health Response Team, and the children were placed with DHS for care.
A CPR call came in involving a car near Southwest Hall Boulevard and Durham Road. It turned out a woman was having a medical issue and CPR was not needed, but this did draw a large police and fire response due to the initial dispatch details. Hall Boulevard was closed briefly for the emergency vehicles.
Saturday, Sept. 18
A woman reported her boyfriend was physically violent with her after the couple had an argument. Officers found probable cause to arrest him.
A man's car was stolen while he was staying at a motel in the 11400 block of Southwest Pacific Highway. He reported a woman he recently met at a bar stole the car in the middle of the night.Â The investigation is ongoing.
Sunday, Sept. 19
A neighbor reported a domestic disturbance between a son and his mother. Officers responded and the mother denied anything happening. The son initially tried to escape through a back door but returned to the home. Officers learned he had a felony warrant out for his arrest. He turned himself in.
A man's work tools and equipment were stolen in the 10700 block of Southwest Murdock Lane, totaling roughly $8,000 to $9,000. He reported leaving his truck unlocked with the keys inside. Someone stole the keys and gained access to his garage, where the tools and equipment were stolen.
Officers assisted with a CPR call in a car at Southwest Walnut Street and 135thÂ Avenue. A passerby broke a window to gain access to the person. It was later determined the person had a medical issue and was taken to the hospital.
Editor's note: Police logs are a partial accounting of law enforcement calls, based on activity reports and descriptions generated by participating police departments. All persons accused of a crime are legally considered to be innocent until proven guilty.
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