West Linn Police Log
2/5/2020 6:01 a.m. A caller told police "there is Chinese people going around on TikTok and killing people."
2/5/2020 7:50 a.m. A woman on Preakness Drive told police that her neighbor was in her garage 10 minutes previously.
2/5/2020 8:13 a.m. A man on Troy Court told police that his neighbors have bright lights that shine into his house.
2/5/2020 9:40 a.m. A man on Noble Lane told police about an ongoing problem with someone throwing cheese on his car. He said it's happened about 20 times over the past three years.
2/5/2020 3:56 p.m. Police took a call from someone who said their 14-year-old niece said a teenage boy forced himself on her.
2/5/2020 4:02 p.m. A caller on Wild Rose Loop told police that their wallet was stolen out of their unlocked car.
2/5/2020 4:57 p.m. Police took a call about a man urinating in a parking lot.
2/6/2020 9:07 a.m. Someone in the 2700 block of Hillcrest Drive told police that their laptop and Nintendo Switch were stolen.
2/6/2020 3:11 p.m. A man told police he needed a restraining order served against his son.
2/6/2020 10:29 p.m. Someone told police that a car was parked blocking both lanes of West A Street.
2/7/2020 12:30 p.m. A man on Mustang Court told police that two men were soliciting.
2/7/2020 12:38 p.m. Someone complained about a dog barking at a house on Lancaster Street.
2/7/2020 1:08 p.m. A woman told police about her stolen identity.
2/8/2020 10:37 a.m. A caller told police they were almost hit when walking in the crosswalk at Suncrest Drive.
2/8/2020 2:10 p.m. Someone told police that their outgoing mail was stolen overnight.
2/8/2020 3:51 p.m. A caller told police that a man was standing outside his backyard fence. The caller said the man told him "come deal with me yourself."
2/8/2020 6:30 p.m. A man told police that his wife kept calling and harassing him.
2/9/2020 11:03 a.m. A woman told police she heard 10 shots coming from the Fields Bridge Park area.
2/9/2020 1:46 p.m. A woman told police that a cougar started running toward her. She said it was smaller than cougars she'd seen in the past and had black dots on its back.
2/9/2020 3:24 p.m. A caller told police that kids were riding up and down a hill in fake cars that looked like real cars, but were much smaller.
2/9/2020 4:10 p.m. A man told police that teens were speeding on Spring Ridge Drive and then flipped him off when he asked them to slow down.
2/9/2020 7:42 p.m. Someone told police that a woman was packing around between driveways on Ponderosa Loop, looking around. The caller called back to say everything was OK; the woman was a friend of one of the neighbors.
2/10/2020 5:08 a.m. A caller told police that someone broke into their apartment.
2/10/2020 8:13 a.m. A woman, who was not home, told police she saw someone on her Ring camera knock on the front door and try to open it.
2/10/2020 8:39 a.m. A man told police his neighbor's loud motorcycle woke him up every morning.
2/10/2020 8:50 a.m. Police received a call from someone who said they had an injured racoon on their property.
2/10/2020 2:42 p.m. A caller told police their car was hit with a rock while driving on Willamette Falls Drive.
2/10/2020 7:44 p.m. A man told police he came home and his car was broken into and keyed and the seats were slashed. He said he believed it was his ex-wife.
2/11/2020 8:18 a.m. A woman told police that someone had entered the safe in her car and items were strewn about, but nothing was taken.
2/11/2020 12:08 p.m. A woman told police that she was selling her home and that her daughter, against whom she has a restraining order, was "attaching her social media posts to the real estate listing." The woman said she believed this was affecting the sale of the home.
2/11/2020 3:25 p.m. A caller told police about tire tracks on one of the fields at Willamette Park.
2/11/2020 5:10 p.m. A man on Michael Court told police that someone stole sunglasses and car parts out of his unlocked car overnight.
2/12/2020 3:18 a.m. Someone told police that a man was shoveling snow in the parking lot of a school and other nearby lots and said they believed the noise was keeping neighbors awake.
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