Tigard Police Log: Sept. 27-Oct. 3, 2021
Monday, Sept. 27
An officer assisted at a CPR call that turned into a death investigation involving an 89-year-old man in the 11200 block of Southwest Summerfield Drive. Natural causes are suspected.
Officers responded to several calls related to high water and hazards due to the significant rainfall.
Tuesday, Sept. 28
A man was arrested on a charge of harassment after officers responded to a domestic disturbance where he hit a woman in the face.
A mental health clinician and a Tigard officer were called to respond to a business area where a woman experiencing a mental health crisis was refusing to leave the property when the business closed for the day. The clinician determined the woman was unable to care for herself and she was taken to a hospital for an evaluation.
Wednesday, Sept. 29
An alarm was activated at a construction site on Southwest 72ndÂ Avenue and Dartmouth Street, where a man was stealing tools and equipment. He was located by officers and was taken to jail.
A woman reported her wallet was stolen by someone while she was grocery-shopping at a store in the 7850 block of Southwest Dartmouth Street. Her stolen card was then used by the suspect at a nearby retail store for several thousand dollars. The investigation is ongoing.
Thursday, Sept. 30
Police were called to a domestic disturbance involving a grown son and his mother. The son was arrested for domestic harassment.
Witnesses reported a domestic disturbance between a man and woman at a hotel in the 10800 block of Southwest Greenburg Road, but the man ran off. He later returned to the area, and the couple left in a car before he took off on foot into a neighborhood along Southwest 95th Avenue. He was found by a Hillsboro K-9 hiding in a doghouse. He was taken to jail on several outstanding arrest warrants.
Just before midnight, a caller reported seeing someone break a large window in the front of a business in the 12200 block of Southwest Main Street. Officers found the man on scene, who admitted to breaking the window out of anger. He was arrested for criminal mischief I.
Friday, Oct. 1
A woman was preparing to pay scammers $15,000 in gift cards after they accessed her computer and locked it, claiming the money would fix the problem. Her family called for police assistance. The responding officer explained that it was a scam, and it was in her best interest to have no further contact with the scammer(s).
A man exhibiting signs of a mental health crisis was reported to be harassing people at a coffee shop and hit a barista in the 12300 block of Southwest Main Street. Officers had subsequent calls about the same man later in the day, and the Mental Health Response Team was contacted. Medics were also called to evaluate an existing injury on the man, but he declined medical attention and left the area.
Saturday, Oct. 2
At least three callers reported a woman going in and out of traffic and running up into people's faces in the 11300 block of Southwest Greenburg Road. The Mental Health Response Team was consulted but did not respond. Officers placed the woman on a hold, and she was taken to the hospital for an evaluation.
There was a significant traffic crash on Southwest McDonald Street and 92nd Avenue, where one driver was trying to make a left turn when a driver going straight through the intersection hit them. Both drivers went to the hospital for an evaluation.
Sunday, Oct. 3
A woman in the 14800 block of Southwest 103rdÂ Avenue reported her wedding ring was stolen from her home.
Employees at a store in the 9300 block of Southwest Washington Square Road reported a customer stole clothes. He was contacted by loss prevention before police arrived. Officers learned he had several warrants out for his arrest and he was taken to jail.
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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