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This week's calls include: a son where he doesn't belong, suspected organized retail crime, and completing chemo.

Monday, Oct. 18

Officers responded to the 7600 block of Southwest Dartmouth Street on a report that a man pulled a gun on a woman. The man went to confront the woman because she was yelling constantly for hours. Officers determined the man never pointed the gun at anyone and both parties went their separate ways.

A vehicle exiting southbound Highway 217 at Southwest 72nd Avenue did not make the curve and hit a cement barrier head-on. The driver fled on foot from the crash scene. Officers later learned the vehicle had previously been involved in a pursuit with another jurisdiction after committing a theft. The suspect was not located after a K-9 track.

Tuesday, Oct. 19

A man who had been previously trespassed from the location entered a business in the 16200 block of Southwest Pacific Highway just after midnight. Police found him in the bathroom. He was arrested for trespassing and taken to jail.

An alarm was activated at a business in the 11400 block of Southwest Pacific Highway. Officers arrived to find the front glass door shattered and cabinets had been rifled through. A K-9 track was attempted to locate the suspect; however, it was unsuccessful.

A man and woman were seen leaving a store after shoplifting in the 9400 block of Southwest Washington Square Road. The woman was located nearby and cited for the theft. The man was not located.

Wednesday, Oct. 20

Police responded to assist with a CPR call that turned into a death investigation involving a 37-year-old man in the 11700 block of Southwest Fairview Lane.

A resident found a man in his mother's unlocked vehicle and called police. Officers found the man standing outside of the vehicle and took him into custody. He was cited for the entry into the vehicle and an outstanding arrest warrant.

Thursday, Oct. 21

Officers responded several times throughout the day to a business complex for a man who was experiencing some mental health issues and had been refusing to leave the property. The man eventually left the property on his own accord.

Police were called for a domestic disturbance between a juvenile male and juvenile female. The male fled the scene and a K-9 located him hiding behind a bush in a nearby yard. He was arrested and taken to jail on several charges.

Friday, Oct. 22

Officers responded to a domestic disturbance between a man and woman at an apartment complex in the 11400 block of Southwest 135th Avenue. The woman was arrested for domestic violence assault and taken to jail.

Police assisted Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue with a child who fell out of a two-story window.

There was approximately $14,000 worth of merchandise taken from two different businesses in the 9500 block of Southwest Washington Square Road. The thefts are likely connected to organized retail crime groups.

A man was arrested for violating a no-contact order that was issued based off of a previous domestic violence assault arrest.

Saturday, Oct. 23

A man reported a catalytic converter was stolen from his Prius overnight in the 9400 block of Southwest 74th Avenue.

Officers responded to a traffic crash in the 11000 block of Southwest Hall Boulevard. Both vehicles sustained significant front-end damage. One driver was arrested for DUII.

A man shoplifted merchandise from a store in the 9700 block of Southwest Washington Square Road. The man assaulted the loss prevention person while in the process of being apprehended, escalating it from a theft to a robbery. He fled and the investigation is ongoing.

Sunday, Oct. 24

Officers joined family and friends of a 5-year-old to help celebrate his last chemotherapy treatment at a party in Cook Park.

Several calls on a woman with mental health issues causing problems in several businesses near Southwest Pacific Highway & Southwest Hall Boulevard. The woman left the businesses on her own accord each time.

Police responded to several calls regarding trees and limbs down in the roadway throughout the day.

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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