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The Tigard Police Department reports on calls for service from Aug. 21-27, 2022.

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.

Sunday, Aug. 21

The Washington County Crisis Team requested police assistance at an apartment where a man was experiencing a mental health crisis and fighting emergency personnel. Officers were able to help control the situation, and the man was placed on an emergency hold at the hospital by the crisis team clinician.

Employees at a store on the 9700 block of Southwest Washington Square Road reported a man stole over $900 in merchandise and pushed one of the employees to the ground as he fled. The suspect has not yet been identified, though employees were able to give a description to police and provide security camera footage. This case is still under investigation.

Monday, Aug. 22

A woman called 911 to report that her partner physically abused her. Her daughter reported to police that she came out to record the altercation as proof and also reported that the man is physically abusive to his 4-year-old daughter as well. The man was arrested, and DHS was contacted. Are you experiencing intimate partner violence? Call the 24/7 Domestic Violence Resource Center hotline at 503-469-8620.

A woman called to report a fraudulent student debt program. The woman was told the scammer called her on the phone and told her if she paid him $10,000 that she would not have to pay the remaining $9,000 of her student debt. She gave him all her personal information, bank account and routing numbers, Social Security number, and had already paid roughly $800 before realizing he was a scammer. Remember — when it comes to scams, if something sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

An abandoned vehicle on Southwest North Dakota Street was towed.

Tuesday, Aug. 23

A hit-and-run was reported at a residence in the 9700 block of Southwest Lakeside Drive.

A patrol officer noticed suspicious activity in a parking lot in the 11500 block of Southwest Pacific Highway. A car quickly pulled away from the officer and was then pulled over for a traffic violation. The driver was identified as having an arrest warrant and suspended driving privileges. A passenger in the vehicle also had a warrant. Officers also recovered a loaded gun and large quantities of methamphetamine and fentanyl pills.

Wednesday, Aug. 24

A stolen dog was recovered at a unit in an apartment building in the 11600 block of Southwest 72nd Avenue.

A woman reported a pair of designer sunglasses were stolen from her car at a residence in the 12400 block of Southwest Aspen Ridge Drive.

A pickup truck was reported stolen from the 7100 block of Southwest Locust Street.

Thursday, Aug. 25

Multiple customers at a business in the 11900 block of Southwest Pacific Highway called 911 to report a man passed out on the floor of the store with a gun sticking out of his pants. The man woke up before police arrived. Officers spotted the man on the sidewalk, who also appeared under the influence, and performed a takedown. They recovered a replica firearm and learned that the man had multiple warrants out for his arrest including aggravated assault with a weapon, robbery II, robbery with a firearm, and resisting arrest. Thankfully, the individual and the officers were all uninjured in the takedown and the man was lodged at jail.

After responding to a separate issue at an apartment complex in the 11600 block of Southwest 72nd Avenue, an officer was alerted by a resident that the resident had taken a 2-year-old child from what she believed to be a severely neglectful and abusive living situation. The child was immediately placed into protective custody. This investigation is ongoing.

Friday, Aug. 26

Police responded to a call at an apartment complex in the 9500 block of Southwest Greenburg Road where a man armed with a gun threatened a woman in an apartment. After a six-hour standoff, the man was taken to jail and charged with first-degree attempted rape, unlawful use of a weapon and menacing.

A man reported that he had left his firearm in the cup holder of his unlocked vehicle. When he came back outside, he discovered someone had stolen the gun.

Saturday, Aug. 27

A woman had her wallet and car keys stolen from her vehicle parked at a hotel in the 11700 block of Southwest 69th Avenue. Her wallet contained her license, bank cards, cash, and the crucial identity documents for herself, children and grandchildren. Soon after, police were able to locate the woman's property on a man accused of breaking into vehicles.

A woman reported her Amazon account had been hacked and the scammer had made more than $1,600 in fraudulent charges. She also observed her Walmart account, which had the same exact email and password, had high-value items in the cart that she did not add.

An older gentleman with dementia was reported missing from his care home in Tigard after getting separated from his caretaker at a park on South Macadam Avenue in Portland. He was last seen at 5:30 p.m. Friday and was found on TriMet at 12:30 p.m. Saturday by a Hillsboro police officer. A staff member came to take him home.

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