This week's calls include: a gas leak, an arboreal hit-and-run, and a wanted motorist.

Monday, Nov. 1

Police responded to the 9900 block of Southwest Walnut Street for a domestic disturbance. Officers spoke with both parties involved and determined no crime had been committed.

A window was broken out and a purse was taken from a vehicle parked in front of a business in the 12200 block of Southwest Scholls Ferry Road.

Officers responded several times to a domestic disturbance in the 10400 block of Southwest McDonald Street. Both parties were verbal with each other, but no crime was committed.

Tuesday, Nov. 2

Police assisted with a CPR call that turned into a death investigation involving a 59-year-old man in the 12500 block of Southwest Main Street. There were no signs of foul play.

In the 9000 block of Southwest Washington Square Road, a man was asked to leave the business. He left the property on his own but was later called in by a neighboring business because he appeared to be experiencing mental health issues. The Mental Health Response Team arrived, and the man was taken to the hospital for an evaluation.

Wednesday, Nov. 3

Police responded to the area of Southwest Main Street and Southwest Scoffins Street for a gas line break. They assisted Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue with closing off streets and evacuating nearby businesses. The line was repaired safely.

A man stole items from a business in the 9700 block of Southwest Washington Square Road. When the man was approached by loss prevention, he displayed a knife and ran away. Police did a K-9 track and found the man nearby. They discovered it was a pair of scissors and not a knife that was displayed. He was arrested for the theft in addition to several warrants and was taken to jail.

A vehicle went up onto the sidewalk and hit a tree near Southwest Upper Boones Ferry Road and Sequoia Parkway. There was no one in the vehicle when police arrived. A K-9 track was conducted but it was unsuccessful.

Thursday, Nov. 4

A business in the 9500 block of Southwest Washington Square Road received a bomb threat by phone. Police contacted the business and determined it was not a credible threat.

A man drove a vehicle away from a tow company lot, failing to complete the release process. The vehicle had been impounded for being parked illegally and was found at the location it was towed from. The man was not located at that time. The investigation is ongoing.

Friday, Nov. 5

In the 13500 block of Southwest Pacific Highway, a business window was broken sometime overnight.

Police recovered another stolen vehicle in the 11400 block of Southwest Pacific Highway.

Saturday, Nov. 6

A man was found inside a business in the 9500 block of Southwest Washington Square Road. The man assaulted an employee as he was running to exit the business. The man had also been found inside the business after hours the night before, although it had not been reported to the police. The investigation is still open.

A man was arrested for shoplifting and an outstanding warrant in the 9300 block of Southwest Washington Square Road.

Another man was arrested for shoplifting in the 9300 block of Southwest Washington Square Road.

Sunday, Nov. 7

An officer conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle. When the officer returned to their vehicle after the initial contact with the male driver, the vehicle drove away at a high rate of speed. Minutes later, officers found the vehicle high-centered on railroad tracks just south of the location. The man and his passenger fled the vehicle on foot. The vehicle was determined to be stolen. A K-9 track was unsuccessful. The man was located several hours later at a nearby business. He was arrested on several charges, including an out-of-state warrant for a sex crime, and was taken to jail.

Over $1,000 worth of items were taken from a vehicle in the 9000 block of Southwest Oak Street The suspect(s) entered the vehicle by breaking a window.

Police responded to assist with a CPR call that turned into a death investigation involving a 54-year-old man in the 10600 block of Southwest Fairhaven Way. There is no indication of foul play.

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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