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This week's calls include: a scuffle at a store, bomb threats at local schools, and teenage 'revenge porn.'

Monday, Nov. 22

Officers assisted with a death investigation involving a 50-year-old who died in the 13300 block of Southwest Chelsea Loop of suspected natural causes. There are no signs of foul play.

Commercial equipment worth several thousand dollars was stolen from a company vehicle in the 6900 block of Southwest Hampton Street. 

Tuesday, Nov. 23

A disturbance was reported at a store off Southwest Pacific Highway and 71st Avenue, where a man pushed an employee, started throwing chairs and tried breaking a display case. An officer located the man across the street and he was arrested without further incident.

Tenants of an apartment complex in the 7600 block of Southwest Bonita Road reported two juveniles in the laundry room who did not live there. When the tenants told them to leave, one of the juveniles pulled out a knife and menaced the tenant. The teen was arrested nearby and was taken to a juvenile detention center on charges of menacing and unlawful use of a weapon.

Wednesday, Nov. 24

Several people called in about a man in an apparent mental health crisis who was yelling at cars and creating a disturbance along Southwest Main Street. The man ended up in the median at Southwest Hall Boulevard and Pacific Highway, where officers intervened. The man had a misdemeanor warrant, but the jail would not lodge him, and he was released.

The FBI arrested a man in Missouri in connection with several telephone bomb threats that were made across our area, including to three Tigard schools this week. The Tigard-Tualatin School District communicated with parents at the three schools. School resource officers assisted regional and federal partners with the investigation.

Thursday, Nov. 25

Officers got a call about a woman who was threatening to hurt herself in the 12500 block of Southwest North Dakota Street and bit her husband when he held her back from entering a neighboring apartment. The Washington County Mental Health Response Team will be following up with the woman.

A woman shoplifted from a store in the 14800 block of Southwest Sequoia Parkway and was arrested nearby. She was caught with a large amount of methamphetamine, heroin and some fentanyl pills, and went to jail on several charges.

Friday, Nov. 26

Just before 6 p.m., two cars crashed in the 11700 block of Southwest Hall Boulevard. A witness reported one of the cars was going 50 to 60 mph in a 30 mph zone. Officers determined that driver was at fault and he was arrested on several charges, including DUII.

A woman reported being the victim of a violent encounter involving her ex-partner. The man was arrested on charges of assault and strangulation.

A woman shoplifted from a store in the 14800 block of Southwest Sequoia Parkway and was arrested nearby. She was caught with a large amount of methamphetamine, heroin and some fentanyl pills, and went to jail on several charges.

Saturday, Nov. 27

A 66-year-old hotel guest was found deceased in the 11400 block of Southwest Pacific Highway. The medical examiner responded. There were no signs of foul play.

A security company was alerted to a man inside a warehouse store after hours in the 7800 block of Southwest Dartmouth Street. The man left before officers arrived. A K-9 track was conducted, but the suspect was not immediately located.

Sunday, Nov. 28

Officers received a report of sexual abuse involving a developmentally delayed woman. The case remains active and has been referred to detectives.

Guests of a hotel in the 11400 block of Southwest Pacific Highway reported a man who is not a guest came in to eat the free breakfast, then pulled a knife on them when he was confronted. Officers arrested the suspect nearby and took him to jail on charges of menacing and unlawful use of a weapon.

A CPR call turned into a death investigation in the 15000 block of Southwest 100th Avenue. A 93-year-old man died at the home. There were no signs of foul play.

A teenage boy was asked to pay $500 to prevent the release of an intimate photo he sent over social media to a wider audience. His mother reported it to police, and the investigation remains open.

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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