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Calls For Service

The Tigard Police Department shares a sample of calls for service each week is to educate community members about the types of calls officers respond to each day, providing perspective on the work they do for our city.    

While only 2-4 calls are listed in this record per day, Tigard Police officers respond to an average of more than 60 calls for service on a daily basis. In addition to that, they also make an average of 45 self-initiated calls each day, which may include extra patrols, traffic stops, neighborhood contacts or checking out suspicious circumstances. 

NOTE: Some of these incidents involve individuals exhibiting signs of mental health crises and/or drug and alcohol impairments based on the info provided to officers and their observations. Officers do not diagnose individuals. 

Week of Monday, September 6th - Sunday, September 12th:

During the week, Tigard Police officers made 17 arrests, with my resulting in several charges: Arrest Warrant (15), Criminal Trespass I (1), Criminal Trespass II (1), DUII – Alcohol (2), Endangering the Welfare of a Minor (1), Menacing (1), Reckless Driving (1), Recklessly Endangering (1), Theft III – Shoplift (1), Theft II – Shoplift (1), Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle (1), Unlawful Use of a Weapon (1).

Officers also engaged in at least 902 activities during the week, between dispatched calls for service and self-initiated contacts.

Sunday, September 12, 2021:

  • Someone tried to steal a car from an apartment complex in the 13600 block of SW Pacific Highway around 4:30 AM, but crashed it into a parked car in the lot and ran off. Officers conducted a K-9 track, but the suspect(s) were not immediately located.
  • A Door Dash driver’s car was stolen while he was picking up an order inside a restaurant in the 13300 block of SW Pacific Highway around 5:45 PM. The suspect ditched the car at a gas station nearby. Officers recovered the car and found the suspect nearby, who was positively identified by a gas station employee and taken to jail.

Saturday, September 11, 2021:

  • A 3-year-old was reported lost by the child’s grandparents, who were babysitting. Luckily, the child was found safely as officers arrived to the call.
  • Officers did extra patrols around Main Street, connecting with business owners and employees on a range of issues including nuisance complaints and livability issues.
  • A hotel employee found a guest deceased inside his hotel room in the 13000 block of SW 68th Parkway. Officers responded along with the medical examiner to conduct a death investigation. Foul play is not suspected.

Friday, September 10, 2021:

  • At least four lockers were broken into at a gym in the 16200 block of SW Pacific Highway between 9:30 – 11 PM. Debit and credit cards were stolen, then used at a store nearby. The investigation remains open.
  • A woman was arrested for DUII after she pulled up behind an officer who was conducting a separate traffic stop on SW 72nd Avenue near SW Varns Street. When the officer approached the woman, he observed signs of impairment and the smell of alcohol. She had a blood alcohol content of 0.17% - more than twice the legal limit.
  • Officers responded to a report of sexual assault related to domestic violence. The investigation has been referred to detectives and no further information can be released at this time.

Thursday, September 9, 2021:

  • At 9:14 PM a driver hit a pedestrian in the 11500 block of SW Pacific Highway. The driver reported two people ran across the street in the middle of the block and the driver hit the second person. The first pedestrian did not want to identify himself to officers, and the second pedestrian was taken to the hospital for injuries and is expected to recover.
  • A witness reported seeing a woman with a child handling a methamphetamine pipe in her car in the 10700 block of SW Greenburg Road. Officers believe the woman was smoking meth. The woman was cited for endangering the welfare of a minor, and the child was referred to DHS for safety.

Wednesday, September 8, 2021:

  • A gray Toyota pickup truck with a tool box was stolen between 5:30 – 9:05 PM in the 7800 block of SW Dartmouth.
  • Tigard Police are following up on a child abuse case where a five-year-old reported being punched and denied food by his grandmother.
  • A woman reported that someone stole her checks likely from her home in the 14400 block of SW 112th Avenue and fraudulently wrote one in the amount of $900 on 9/3/21. Her checks normally are locked up in a file cabinet.  

Tuesday, September 7, 2021:

  • A woman was contacted by the manager of a storage business informing her that the lock on her unit was missing and the storage unit containing household goods had been cleaned out. The theft occurred sometime over the last 1 ½ weeks.
  • A silver 2016 Infiniti was stolen from the driveway of a residence overnight in the 8000 block of SW Carol Ann Court. Sports gear, air pods, chargers and other valuable items were also stolen with the car.
  • Overnight, a truck that was likely left unlocked was broken into in the 12500 block of SW Quail Creek Lane. A semi-automatic firearm, two hunting vests and a knife were stolen.  Another truck left unlocked in the 12400 block of SW Quail Creek Lane was also prowled overnight and a MacBook Air and IPad were stolen.
  • Around 8:18 PM officers responded to a robbery near SW Johnston Street & SW Grant Avenue where two men got out of a truck and demanded a man and woman walking along the Fanno Creek Trail drop everything. The woman reported one of the suspects ripped her purse off her, and also took her cell phone and keys. The men got back into the truck and drove off, and the victims were not hurt. For more info, visit here. https://tigard-or.gov/Police/News/090821%20Robbery%20Investigation%20Underway.pdf

Monday, September 6, 2021:

  • After a couple of welfare checks, including one at SW Greenburg and 90th, an officer placed a man on a police officer hold who was dehydrated and had swollen feet from walking 24 hours straight. He was struggling with voices telling him to kill his parents and not to drink water or go to the hospital. He was transported to a local hospital for care and an evaluation.
  • A catalytic converter was stolen from a 2006 Prius in a hotel parking lot in the 9500 block of SW Locust sometime over the last two days.


2021 ARCHIVE

 

Snapshot of Calls: Monday, August 30th – Sunday, September 5th

During the week, Tigard officers made 20 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (10), Criminal Trespass I (1), Criminal Trespass II (1), Driving While Suspended/Revoke  (1), DUII – Alcohol (3), DUII (1), False Info To Police (1), Felon In Possession Of Restricted Weapon (1), Harassment (Domestic Violence) (1), Harassment (Physical Contact) (1), Menacing-Physical Or Weapon (1), Possession Of Controlled Substance-Heroin (1), Possession Of Controlled Substance-Methamphetamine (2), Reckless Driving (2), Resisting Arrest-Interfere With Law Enforcement (1), Strangulation (Domestic Violence-Felony) (1), Tampering With Drug Records (1), Theft II-Shoplift (5), Theft III-Shoplift (2), Unlawful Use Of Weapon (1)

Officers engaged in at least 869 activities during the week between dispatched calls for service and self-initiated contacts. Here are a few of those calls for the week:

Sunday, September 5, 2021:

  • A restaurant in the 13700 block of SW Pacific Highway was burglarized overnight. A window was smashed and the office door was kicked in. Officers are reviewing surveillance video of the suspect. A window was also smashed out at a second restaurant in the same block, and a third restaurant about a block away. Nothing appeared to be taken.
  • Just after 2:15 p.m. officers responded to a domestic disturbance in the 11600 block of SW Greenburg Road. A man experiencing what was believed to be a mental health crisis was at his ex-girlfriend’s house, refusing to leave. The Mental Health Response Team (MHRT) was called in and officers left, but they were called back when the man entered the garage. He was cited and officers helped the homeowners secure their property. The man eventually left.

Saturday, September 4, 2021:

  • A driver reported another driver pulled out a handgun and racked the slide while following him near Hwy 217 & Scholls Road. Officers located the suspect at his home, who admitted to checking his firearm while driving but denied any malicious intent. Officers are still investigating.
  • At 9:23 a.m. a man called to report an unknown man pointed a gun at him and followed him around an apartment complex in the 7700 block of SW Bonita Road. Due to the nature of the call, officers formed a team to respond. While the victim walked out to officers, the suspect appeared and reached for his hip. He complied with officers’ demands to put his hands in the air and was arrested. He was in possession of a loaded gun and was arrested on charges of menacing and unlawful use of a weapon.
  • Just before 11 a.m. officers responded to a head-on crash at SW Beef Bend Road & Greenfield Drive. It appears a driver had a medical emergency and crossed into oncoming traffic, causing the crash. In all, four people were taken to the hospital and the Washington County Crash Analysis Reconstruction Team (CART) responded to the scene to investigate.

Friday, September 3, 2021:

  • Two drivers were injured in a crash on SW Scholls Ferry Road & Nimbus. The crash was witnessed by a Beaverton Police Officer but in Tigard Police’s jurisdiction. Officers determined one driver made a left-hand turn when he did not have the right of way, causing the crash. Both drivers were taken to the hospital.
  • A person experiencing what was believed to be a mental health crisis had his pants down and was yelling at people, accusing them of stealing his things near the transit center. Officers spoke with him, but he declined services and left the city.

Thursday, September 2, 2021:

  • Just after 3:00 a.m. a sergeant on routine patrol noticed a suspicious car in the 7400 block of SW Tech Center Drive. He saw a driver and passenger passed out inside the car. Both people eventually woke up, the driver gave police a fake name and illegal drugs were clearly inside the car, including heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine and homemade oxycodone. In addition, the driver had a felony warrant for his arrest and he was taken to jail on several charges.
  • At 7:12 p.m. a man walked into the Tigard Police Department lobby and reported finding a body along the Fanno Creek Trail. He walked Tigard Police officers to a creek embankment behind the area of 8900 SW Burnham Street where the body of a man was located. The medical examiner responded and there were no obvious signs of foul play. Read more: https://tigard-or.gov/Police/News/090321_Death%20Investigation%20Underway.pdf.
  • While on routine patrol, an officer came across a driver who was speeding, drifting in and out of the lane of travel. When the officer stopped the driver, he noticed signs of alcohol impairment. The man was arrested on charges of DUII and reckless driving. More than three hours after the initial traffic stop, his blood alcohol content was 0.14% - nearly twice the legal limit.

Wednesday, September 1, 2021:

  • A garage door opener and large bag of Traeger pellets were stolen from a vehicle in the 15400 block of SW Alderbrook Circle overnight between 8/24 or 8/25. The window had been left open on the driver’s side of the car.
  • A man reported sending $900 cash to an acquaintance on Instagram through a Cryptocurrency ATM. The person who received the money then blocked him and the bank won’t refund his money.

Tuesday, August 31, 2021:

  • A burglar pried open a door and entered a business that was being remodeled around 2:52a.m. Officers conducted an area check and K9 track, but couldn’t locate the culprit. It is unknown what was stolen.
  • Officers arrested a man for a felony arrest warrant and shoplifting after a store employee caught him leaving a store in the 9300 block of SW Washington Square Road without paying for over $200 in merchandise around 2:50p.m. The man initially provided an officer with a false name.
  • Officers responded to a suspicious activity call where two women were sorting through merchandise with tags on them in the back of their vehicle in the 15000 block of SW Pacific Highway around 6:00p.m. When an officer questioned them, one of the women admitted to stealing some of the items and was cited for shoplifting and an arrest warrant.

Monday, August 30, 2021:

  • Officers were dispatched to a burglary call at a gas station around 2:00a.m. in the 11465 block of SW Pacific Highway. They found that the window of the front door was shattered, food items were strewn across the floor and the cash register was open and empty. A BMW parked on the property had also been ransacked.
  • Officers trespassed a woman from a business in the 12000 block of SW Pacific Highway after she flicked off the hat of an employee, tugged on his shirt and threatened him with mace around 8:50a.m. The employee did not want to press charges.
  • The following vehicles were stolen:
    • A 2021 Ford Edge was stolen from a parking lot in the 12000 block of SW 66th Avenue around 8:30a.m. The vehicle was located in Portland.
    • A 2022 Ford F350 was stolen around 9:56a.m. in the 12000 block of SW 66th Avenue.
    • A 2001 Ford E350 was stolen in the 9500 block of SW Washington Square Road. The van had mechanical problems and was recovered nearby. The ignition had been tampered with and the stereo had been stolen.
    • A 1993 black Honda Civic was stolen in the 7800 block of SW Dartmouth and was last seen at 10:40a.m. before the owner went shopping. She later found that her debit card left in the vehicle had been fraudulently used to charge around $300 in expenses. The vehicle was recovered in Portland.
  • A catalytic converter was stolen from a Prius overnight in the 11800 block of SW 91st Another converter was taken from Prius in the 10300 block of SW Greenburg Road during the workday and the rear window was also broken out.

 




Snapshot of Calls: Monday, August 23rd – Sunday, August 29th

During the week, Tigard officers made 17 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (14), Assault (3), DUII – Alcohol (3), Hit and Run Vehicle-Property (2), Burglary (1), Criminal Mischief (1), Driving While Suspended (1), Fail to Carry or Present License (1), Identity Theft (1), Interfering with a Peace Officer (1), Reckless Driving (1), Resisting Arrest (1), Theft (Possession of Stolen Property) (1), and Shoplifting (1).

Officers engaged in at least 927 activities during the week between dispatched calls for service and self-initiated contacts. Here are a few of those calls for the week: 

Sunday, August 29, 2021:

  • An officer took a theft report where a bag containing a MacBook Pro and some paperwork was stolen from an unlocked vehicle sometime after 4:30p.m. on Friday in the 11400 block of SW 115th
  • Around 2:55a.m., officers were dispatched to a call where several suspects had broken into a vehicle and stolen a knife in the 8800 block of SW Greening Lane. When officers arrived, they located multiple vehicles that had been targeted and rummaged through. A K9 track was started, but suspects were not located.
  • A 2004 light blue Suzuki Verona was stolen overnight in the 13000 block of SW 68th Parkway.
  • While a woman was in her home office facing the street, she saw a man near her open window who had his hand in a backpack and appeared to be holding a gun. She confronted him and yelled for him to leave. He quickly walked away. The K9 team searched for, but could not locate the man.

Saturday, August 28, 2021:

  • Officers responded to an alarm call in the 10700 block of SW Cascade Avenue around 3:00a.m. Officers brought in a K9 team to search the building and the area, but they were unable to locate the suspects. The extent of the loss is unknown. Officers are following up.
  • A purse containing a handgun was stolen from an unlocked vehicle in the 11200 block of SW Greenburg Road before 1:00a.m. The bank alerted the victim that a credit card stolen from her purse was used at a gas station.
  • Around 11:53a.m., an officer responded to an injury hit and run involving a car striking a bicyclist on SW Pacific Highway between SW Park and SW Walnut. The bicyclist wasn’t able to brake in time when a Dodge vehicle turned in front of him and ultimately ran over his leg and hand. The driver yelled at the bicyclist and took off. The bicyclist was taken to the hospital to treat his injuries. Officers are following up.

Friday, August 27, 2021:

  • A customer tried to pass a counterfeit $100 bill at a business in the 7500 block of SW Dartmouth. The man left before the responding officer arrived.
  • Household items, clothes and other personal property were stolen from a storage unit in the 11700 block of SW Warner Avenue over the last week. While an officer was taking the report, a woman flagged the officer down to report that jewelry had been stolen from her unit as well. In both cases, the victims reported locking their units, and the locks were found open by the manager. The case is ongoing.

Thursday, August 26, 2021:

  • A community member discovered that someone had fraudulently opened up an account in his name with a Michigan power company that was now in default. The officer took a report and talked to him about freezing his credit files with each of the credit bureaus. For more info about credit freezes, visit here
  • A catalytic converter was stolen from a 2005 Honda CRV between the hours of 1:00p.m. on 8/25/21 and 2:00a.m. on 8/26/21 in the 10500 block of SW Cascade Avenue. Another catalytic converter was stolen from a Toyota Prius in the 9900 block of North Dakota Street between midnight and 10:00a.m.
  • An officer observed a Mazda SUV traveling southbound around 50mph in a 35mph speed zone along SW Pacific Highway near Johnson Street. During the traffic stop, the driver showed signs of impairment and was arrested.
  • Officers were called about what sounded like multiple shots heard in the area of SW 123rd and Walnut Street around 11:25p.m. Despite doing an area check for some time, they could not locate the source of the disturbance.

Wednesday, August 25, 2021:

  • Someone stole two silver metal plates used for the store’s loading dock overnight in the 12000 block of SW Main Street.
  • A package was stolen from the front porch in the 11400 block of SW 94th Avenue at 6:25a.m.
  • An officer referred a child abuse case to DHS involving a woman who was observed dragging a 3 year old child by the hair in a business parking lot in the 9700 block of SW Shady Lane.

Tuesday, August 24, 2021:

  • A 1996 Honda Accord was stolen from an apartment complex in the 14400 block of SW 112th Avenue the previous evening. The car was recovered the next day.
  • Around 1:00a.m., Tigard officers arrested a man for Assault II. He reported an unrelated theft from his vehicle to the Tualatin Police. During that call, it was discovered that he was wanted for an assault that occurred in Tigard on 8/22/21 where he reportedly hit a victim over the head with a skateboard.
  • A man stole a package out of the hands of a mail carrier around 11:26a.m. in the 7100 block of SW Beveland Road. Officers located the suspect and the package. The carrier didn’t want to press charges. The man appeared to be experiencing a mental health crisis, so officers referred the case to the Mental Health Response Crisis Team for follow up.
  • Detectives are investigating an incident where a woman reported that a man she met online sexually assaulted her and then she stabbed him in the leg in self-defense. 

Monday, August 23, 2021:

  • At 3:00p.m., officers were called out to the 7500 block of SW Dartmouth on a disturbance call involving two shoppers physically fighting over mask wearing. One shopper told a woman to wear her mask properly, since it was pulled down near her chin. She refused and he began filming her and her child. She then lunged toward him starting a physical altercation. No arrests were made.
  • At 9:19p.m. a Tigard officer responded to an incident involving a missing college student. Her parents grew concerned when a teacher called them about their daughter missing orientation and class. Their daughter’s car was tracked to the mall in Tigard. The officer contacted local hospitals and reached out to roommates to see if there were any leads on her whereabouts. Fortunately she was located the next day.
  • Around 10:22p.m., an officer was called on a complaint about a man camping on the side of a house in the 11200 block 84th and refusing to leave when confronted by the homeowner. The man moved along after an officer arrived.

 



Snapshot of Calls: Monday, August 16th – Sunday, August 22nd

During the week, Tigard officers made 21 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (28), Shoplifting (4), DUII – Alcohol (3), PO Detainer/Warrant (3), Reckless Driving (3), Assault (5), Criminal Mischief (1), Distribution of a Controlled Substance-Methamphetamine (1), Driving While Suspended/Revoked (1), Harassment (Physical Contact) (1), Hit and Run (1), Menacing DV (1), Possession of a Controlled Substance Methamphetamine (1), Resisting Arrest (1) and Violation of a Release Agreement (1).

Officers engaged in at least 876 activities during the week between dispatched calls for service and self-initiated contacts. Here are a few of those calls for the week:

Sunday, August 22, 2021:

  • Around 6 p.m. there was a large gathering of 50-100 cars with several people in each car doing burnouts and donuts in the parking lot of a business in the 11600 block of SW Pacific Highway. Employees wanted to them to leave and they initially refused. Police were called to help and the cars eventually left.
  • Around 7:30 p.m. a fight was reported near SW 69th Avenue & Beveland Street, where the victim reported being confronted and assaulted at a bus stop by an unknown man making racial slurs. The victim pepper sprayed the suspect, who ran off. Officers learned the suspect was at a nearby home and has mental health concerns. A clinician with the Mental Health Response Team evaluated the circumstances and suspect’s history, and he was taken to the hospital for treatment.
  • At the same time, officers were called to a fight in the 12400 block of SW North Dakota Street. One victim needed medical attention and the suspect, who was intoxicated, was cited for assault.
  • Just before midnight, officers were called to a large party that turned into a fight near SW Wilton and Ashbury Lane. Witnesses reported 10-15 people were there, and some had bottles they were throwing or hitting others with. Most participants scattered when officers arrived and police were unable to locate any victims.

Saturday, August 21, 2021:

  • A business under construction in the 15600 block of SW Sequoia Parkway was burglarized around 11 p.m. A man was seen on video trying to get into the front of the building and possibly a construction trailer. Officers set up containment and conducted a K-9 track but were unable to immediately locate the suspect.
  • A hit-and-run crash was reported about 2:40 p.m. on SW Pacific Highway near 72nd. A woman with her two children in the car was rear-ended by another driver, who made a U-turn and drove away. Officers are reviewing surveillance in the area.
  • A man reported being punched and kicked by a relative. The aggressor was arrested on charges of assault IV and menacing related to domestic violence.

Friday, August 20, 2021:

  • A man was seen flashing what appeared to be a gun in his waistband near a business in the 11700 block of SW Pacific Highway. The man is familiar to officers, and when they responded they discovered the gun was really an airsoft pistol. The man was warned about the dangers of showing a realistic-looking gun in public and he told officers he would get rid of it.
  • Officers assisted with 6 DHS referrals.
  • A shoplifter was caught at a store in the 9300 block of SW Washington Square Road. Officers learned the person had 9 outstanding arrest warrants and he was taken to jail.
  • A burglary in progress was reported at a commercial property in the 7300 block of SW Bonita Road, where the suspect broke into the electrical room, pulled meters and turned off power. The suspect was confronted by another person in the building and took off running. Officers conducted a lengthy K-9 track in the area, but were unable to immediately locate the suspect.

Thursday, August 19, 2021:

  • A woman reported her home was burglarized while she was away in the 8900 block of SW Cortland Lane. The rear sliding glass door was shattered, and jewelry and a gun were stolen. The case remains open.
  • Officers responded to a domestic disturbance in the 7700 block of SW Pfaffle Street, where a woman assaulted her boyfriend in front of a 6-month-old baby. Officers helped her family with a safety plan and contacted DHS regarding the child.
  • A man reported the catalytic converter was stolen from his Lexus R35 sometime between Monday and today in the 14600 block of SW 76th Avenue. In a separate case, the catalytic converter was stolen from a Sprinter van in a business parking lot in the 15300 block of SW Sequoia Parkway, sometime in the last few days.

Wednesday, August 18, 2021:

  • An unlocked car parked on SW McFarland Blvd and Bull Mountain was broken into over the last few days. A wallet containing cash, backpack and computer were among the items stolen.
  • Around 6p.m., the manager of a restaurant called police after a man who had been trespassed that day returned. The responding officer gave him a warning to not come back.

Tuesday, August 17, 2021:

  • An officer responded to a senior living facility in the 15000 SW Hall Boulevard on a report that a private caregiver (not connected to the facility) had pushed an older adult to the ground. The case is ongoing.
  • Tigard Police arrested a man on charges of assault IV after he slammed a woman’s head to the ground around 3:00a.m. in the 7000 block of SW Baylor Street. The woman and her roommate had told him to leave their apartment and walked outside to make sure he left the area. Officer were able to locate him after talking to a witness who saw him walk by.   
  • Officers responded to a theft in progress in the 9400 block of SW Washington Square Road around 5:00p.m. involving a man stealing backpacks, merchandise and Nike shoes. Officers were able to locate him entering another store and arrested him for shoplifting and six arrest warrants.

Monday, August 16, 2021:

  • A heavy water pump was stolen from a construction site in the 16800 block of SW Bull Mountain Road on 8/12.
  • Someone cut the lock and broke into a shed in the 9500 block of SW Locust Street that contained swimming pool equipment and stole a tote. It is unknown when this theft occurred.
  • Officers were called out to an apartment complex in the 14200 block of SW 112th Avenue multiple times on disturbance complaints at 2:00a.m. A female was intoxicated and arguing with her mother and uncle. After responding again and finding the female out in the parking lot screaming, they worked with medical to get her to the hospital for a detox.

Snapshot of Calls: Monday, August 9th – Sunday, August 15th

During the week, Tigard officers made 23 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (15), Criminal Trespass (3), DUII (3), Reckless Driving (3), Unlawful Use of Stun Gun/T-Gas/Mace (3), Assault (1), Robbery (1), Criminal Mischief (1), Driving While Suspended (1), Hit and Run-Vehicle-Property (1), Parole Violation (1), Recovered Stolen Vehicle from Another Agency (1), Interfering with a Peace Officer (1), Resisting Arrest (1) and Unlawful Use of Weapon (1).

Officers engaged in at least 864 activities during the week between dispatched calls for service and self-initiated contacts. Here are a few of those calls for the week:

Sunday, August 15, 2021:

  • Officers determined what was originally reported as a disturbance with a weapon in the 9200 block of North Dakota Street was actually a verbal domestic disturbance where a man was upset about not being able to leave with his dog. The man left before officers arrived and they determined no crime had been committed.
  • A man reported the catalytic converter was stolen from his Prius between 2:30 – 5:30 p.m. while it was parked outside a store in the 16800 block of SW 72nd Avenue. In a separate case, employees reported three catalytic converters being stolen off company cars over the weekend, including two Prius models and one Saturn Ion. The cars were parked in a lot in the 7300 block of SW Bonita Road.
  • Officers were called to a domestic disturbance in the 9400 block of SW Maplewood Drive involving ex-spouses who gave conflicting statements about what occurred. Officers found no evidence of a crime.
  • A man reported his bicycle was stolen from the second-floor balcony at his apartment in the 11800 block of SW 91st Avenue.

Saturday, August 14, 2021:

  • A road rage incident was reported where one driver pepper sprayed the other. The suspect left prior to police arrival and officers were unable to locate that person.
  • A man was caught on home surveillance coming up to a porch three times between 3 a.m. – 3:50 a.m. to steal packages in the 11000 block of SW Legacy Oak Way.
  • Just after midnight, an officer on his way home after a shift came across a business burglary in the 9100 block of SW Burnham Street. There was extensive damage to the building, including several broken windows and some flooding damage.  A K-9 track was conducted for about an hour, but the suspect was not immediately located. The case remains open.

Friday, August 13, 2021:

  • At 8:30 p.m. an officer on routine patrol came across a car moving erratically and entering oncoming traffic at times near SW Greenfield Drive & SW 132nd Avenue. The driver exhibited signs of being under the influence of alcohol. After a judge signed a search warrant for the driver’s blood, the driver agreed to a breath test. At 10:15 p.m. – almost two hours after the traffic stop - his blood alcohol content was measured at 0.22%, which is almost three times the legal limit. He was charged with DUII and reckless driving.
  • A caller reported a man was sitting in his car, yelling out the window and trying to start a fight in a fast-food parking lot in the 11200 block of SW 72nd Avenue around 12:15 p.m. The responding officer learned the man had suspended driving privileges in Oregon and a felony arrest warrant out of Washington. He was cited for driving without insurance and driving while suspended, and was taken to jail on the felony warrant.
  • A library employee reported two men were involved in a physical fight at the entrance of the building in the 13500 block of SW Hall Blvd. One of the men had two active arrest warrants and was taken to jail on those warrants.
  • A woman reported being the victim of a moving scam, where the company she paid to move her household possessions across the country never delivered her belongings. She was unable to reach anyone with the company and is out almost $100,000 in property. Officers believe she is not the first victim of this scam. The investigation remains active and has been forwarded to Commercial Crimes Unit detectives.

Thursday, August 12, 2021:

  • Two cars crashed head-on at SW Cascade Avenue & SW Greenburg Road just after 2:30 p.m. when one driver turned in front of the other. There was extensive damage to the cars involved, but neither driver was hurt.
  • A car that was stolen in Tigard on August 6th in the 7800 block of SW Hunziker Road was recovered in Gresham in the 2400 block of NE Division Street. The owner picked up the stolen car.
  • A man reported someone used his social security number to open an unemployment claim. He was notified by his employer, the claim was denied and he is working to secure his accounts.
  • A caller reported a man lying on the ground in the parking lot of an apartment complex in the 11400 block of SW 135th Avenue. Ultimately, the man had been sleeping and was not in need of medical attention. The responding officer learned he man had felony warrant out for his arrest in Washington County.  He was in possession of a folding knife, dagger and drug paraphernalia and was taken to jail on his warrant.

Wednesday, August 11, 2021:

  • At 5:20p.m., an officer responded to a call about a break in at a business in the 9800 block of MacKenzie Street. The caller, who also worked in the building, noticed that the perimeter door was open and things in the room were out of place. He confronted a man who was outside near the building and the man quickly left by bike. It was unknown what was missing at the time of report. 
  • Around 7:37pm near SW Waverly Drive and SW 92nd Avenue, an officer responded to a DUII call involving a driver of a Toyota sedan who was going 5 mph, and was seen hitting a curb and weaving before he entered his home. Officers interviewed and took him to the station for a breathalyzer test. He was ultimately cited for DUII- Alcohol and Reckless Driving and released to his wife’s custody.

Tuesday, August 10, 2021:

  • At 4:45p.m., officers responded to a call in the 11700 block SW Pacific Highway involving a man who smashed a rearview mirror of an occupied vehicle, and then pepper sprayed bystanders while he was headed eastbound. Officers found the man and arrested him for unlawful use of a mace, criminal mischief and a parole violation and took him in took him to the Washington County Jail.
  • Officers responded to several theft from vehicle calls in the 10200 block of SW 67th Avenue, 13600 block of SW Rosemary Lane and 11000 block of SW Eschman Way that occurred overnight. Credit cards and a wallet left in a reusable bag were among the items stolen. At least one car was unlocked.
  • Jewelry, handbags and clothing were stolen from a garage in the 13200 block of SW Hawks Beard Street over the last week. There were no signs of forced entry.

Monday, August 9, 2021:

  • Around 12:50p.m., a man confronted a driver at a business in the 11700 block of SW Pacific Highway for running a stop light. The driver punched him in the face and the victim sprayed the driver with pepper spray. No one wanted to press charges.
  • At 5:20p.m., officers responded to a tip reported through dispatch and arrested a man in the 9500 block of SW Washington Square for being in possession of a Nissan Leaf that had been stolen in Hillsboro. 

Snapshot of Calls: Monday, August 2nd – Sunday, August 8th

During the week, Tigard officers made 14 arrests, with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (14), Theft II-Shoplift (2), DUII (1), Assault IV (Domestic Violence) (1), Criminal Mischief II (1), Criminal Trespass I (1), Criminal Trespass II (1), Theft II-Other (1), Theft III-Shoplift (1), Theft I-Shoplift (1), Reckless Driving (1), Unlawful Use of a Stun Gun/Mace II (1).

Officers engaged in at least 831 activities during the week between dispatched calls for service and self-initiated contacts. Here are a few of those calls for the week:

Sunday, August 8, 2021:

  • At 5:39 p.m. employees at a business in the 13600 block of SW Pacific Highway reported a man sprayed bear mace inside, causing several customers to have irritated airways. In reviewing the security video, officers also learned the man stole lottery tickets. He was taken to jail on several outstanding warrants, along with new charges of unlawful use of a stun gun/mace II and theft II.
  • At 4:35 a.m. an officer tried to pull over a van for a traffic violation, but the driver took off and led the officer on a pursuit reaching speeds of 90 mph on the highway and 75 mph on surface streets. Officers ended the pursuit due to a concern for public safety, and later learned the van was stolen from Lake Oswego.

Saturday, August 7, 2021:

  • Officers responded to a deadly car crash at SW Bonita Road & SW Sequoia Parkway. The driver of a Subaru crashed into the back of a parked semi truck, and the car caught fire. The driver did not survive. Officers learned the driver left a suicide note in his bedroom prior to the crash, and it appears the crash was intentional.
  • Homeowners in the 10800 block of SW Derry Dell Court reported someone broke off an exterior lock box and appeared to have entered their home, but nothing was taken. The investigation remains open.

Friday, August 6, 2021:

  • Just before midnight, a person returned home in the 9400 block of SW Maplewood Drive to find their car had been vandalized with spray paint and key marks. At this time, there is no suspect information.
  • Around 8:00 p.m. a woman was arrested for theft I – shoplift after she stole roughly $1,200 in merchandise from a store in the 14800 block of SW Sequoia Parkway. The woman admitted to stealing the merchandise, and it was returned to the store.
  • A man reported the catalytic converter was stolen from his Prius between 12pm – 1pm in the 10100 block of SW Washington Square Road. Officers will review surveillance video from the area to hopefully identify suspect(s).
  • A man reported getting an email from who he thought was his boss, asking him to purchase gift cards and send over the account numbers. He sent $1,700 in gift cards before realizing it was a scam.

Thursday, August 5, 2021:

  • Around 3:30 a.m. a woman reported taking her dog out at a motel in the 13000 block of SW 68th Parkway when three men approached her and one of them pulled a gun. The woman was not hurt and officers conducted a K-9 track in the area, but were unable to immediately locate the suspect(s).
  • Officers assisted medics with a death investigation in the 15100 block of SW Royalty Parkway, where a 68-year-old man passed away of apparent natural causes. Foul play is not suspected.
  • A man reported items were stolen from his storage unit in the 7600 block of SW Atlanta Street. The case remains open pending additional investigative leads.
  • A woman reported the catalytic converter was stolen off her Prius while he was having a meal at a restaurant in the 11400 block of SW Pacific Highway.

Wednesday, August 4, 2021:

  • A hotel guest in the 10800 block of SW Greenburg Road was robbed at gun point by an unknown man. The suspect got away with $1,100. Detectives are investigating this case.
  • A catalytic converter was stolen from a Prius in the 10500 block of SW Hall Blvd while the victim was at work.

Tuesday, August 3, 2021:

  • Around 4:30a.m., a six-year-old boy with special needs was found in the middle of the road near Durham school. Officers searched extensively for an open front door or window where the child may have escaped. The boy was taken to the police station where he ate snacks, watched cartoons and slept. DHS was notified and took the child until his parents woke up and realized he was missing.
  • Tigard officers responded to an injury crash at the intersection of SW Pacific Highway and SW Durham at 1:45p.m. The driver had driven off at a high rate of speed northbound on SW Pacific Highway after a Sherwood officer tried to pull him over for impaired driving. He crashed into a large truck in the intersection and took off running. The man was arrested by Sherwood Police.

Monday, August 2, 2021:

  • Officers responded to an alarm call at the Fanno Creek House at 1:45 a.m. A man who was drunk punched one of the windows to break it, resulting in lacerations to his hand. He was arrested for criminal mischief and criminal trespass and taken to a local hospital to detox. 
  • Overnight, a white 2011 Toyota Sienna was stolen from the 8300 block of SW Pfaffle Street. 

 

Snapshot of Calls: Monday, July 26th – Sunday, August 1st
During the week, Tigard officers made 21 arrests, with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (16), Criminal Mischief II (3), Criminal Trespass II (1), DUII (4), False Information to Police (1), Hit and Run – Vehicle/Property (2), Menacing (2), PO Detainer – Warrant (1), Reckless Driving (3), Robbery III (1), Theft I (1), Theft II (3), Unlawful Use of a Weapon (2).

Officers engaged in at least 810 activities during the week between dispatched calls for service and self-initiated contacts. Here are a few of those calls for the week:

Sunday, August 1, 2021:

  • A caller reported a man passed out in the drive-thru lane of a restaurant near SW 72nd and Pacific Highway. An officer checked on the man, who was breathing but asleep behind the wheel. He was ultimately arrested for DUII and had a blood alcohol content of 0.11% - over the legal limit.
  • Callers reported a man punching a woman in the 13300 block of SW Pacific Highway. A passerby then punched the abuser, who drove away. Officers were not immediately able to locate him.

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  • A speeding driver was pulled over after an officer clocked him going 107 mph on I-5 SB near Boones Ferry Road. The driver was a 15-year-old boy who had taken a relative’s car without permission. (Photo attached)
  • Just before midnight, officers responded to a crash outside an apartment complex in the 14500 block of SW Hall Blvd. A woman who was recently released from the hospital and still had an IV in her arm crashed onto the sidewalk. She was not hurt, and was taken back to the hospital by medics to be evaluated.

Friday, July 30, 2021:

  • Officers responded to a domestic disturbance where an 11-year-old used a kitchen knife to menace his siblings. He was charged with attempted assault II, four counts of menacing and four counts of unlawful use of a weapon.
  • Two neighbors got into a verbal argument over a noise issue in the 7700 block of SW Pfaffle Street, and one verbally threatened to kill the other while holding what appeared to be a knife. Officers later learned it was a stainless-steel comb. The man was charged with menacing and unlawful use of a weapon.
  • Around 11:30 a.m. a woman crashed into the patio of a restaurant in the 13000 block of SW Pacific Highway. She reported her foot slipped off the brake pedal while she was parking. She was not hurt.

Thursday, July 29, 2021:

  • A woman reported being sexually assaulted by a relative several years ago. The case has been referred to detectives for follow up.
  • Just after midnight, a woman crashed head-on into a telephone pole near SW Pacific Highway & SW McDonald Street. She wasn’t hurt. The officer on-scene observed signs of intoxication and ultimately arrested her for DUII. Two hours after the crash, the woman’s blood alcohol content was measured at 0.17% - more than twice the legal limit.

Wednesday, July 28, 2021:

  • While on a routine patrol, an officer spotted a brush fire about 20’ wide at SW Hall Blvd and Hwy 217 around 5am that was directly under a power line. Officers shut down SW Hall Blvd while TVF&R extinguished the flames.
  • Officers arrested a shirtless man for Criminal Mischief II after he was seen denting and breaking the mirror of a Subaru and wiper blade of a Prius in the 12000 block of SW Hall. He left and was also seen ripping signs down and kicking trash into the street. There were more calls about this man at other businesses including smashing a patio table against a window, ripping a windshield wiper from a Jeep and breaking an A-Frame sign. Officers located the man, cited him and arranged for him to be transported to the hospital for a mental health evaluation.
  • Around 2:30p.m., a woman stole merchandise from a store in the 7500 block of SW Dartmouth, fought with a loss prevention specialist, scratching him, and left her purse behind after getting away. Officers arrested her at her home in Wilsonville, charging her with Robbery III. 

Tuesday, July 27, 2021:

  • Officers responded to a disturbance call in the 9500 block of SW Greenburg Road at 3:33am involving men yelling, screaming and using racial slurs. The men appeared to be intoxicated, but were receptive to the officers’ warning and quieted down.
  • A catalytic converter was stolen from a Honda Element while the victim was at work in the 14800 block of Sequoia Parkway.
  • A man purchased two pipe compressors valued at $7,000 over the phone with stolen credit cards at a store in the 7300 block of SW Kable Lane. A woman picked up the tools before the business discovered the fraud.

Monday, July 26, 2021:

  • An officer arrested a woman for theft after the company she worked for determined that he had stolen $1,280, passing off merchandise to family, a boyfriend and friends, committing return fraud and under ringing purchases for them at a store in the 9300 block of SW Washington Square Road.
  • A woman left her purse with $100 in cash and credit cards and driving glasses in her vehicle while she attended a picnic in Cook Park at 1:21p.m. A car prowler broke rear passenger window and stole those items.

 



Snapshot of Calls: Monday, July 19th – Sunday, July 25th
During the week, Tigard officers made 23 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Aggravated Harassment (1), Arrest Warrant (11), Assault IV (Domestic Violence) (1), Assault Public Safety Officer (1), Criminal Mischief III (2), Criminal Trespass II (2), DUII – Alcohol (2), DUII – Controlled Substance (1), DUII (1), Felon In Possession Of Firearm (1), Harassment (Domestic Violence) (1), Hit and Run – Vehicle/Property (1), Interfering with Peace Officer (1), Possession of Burglar Tool/Theft Device (1), Reckless Driving (3), Sexual Abuse III – Physical Molestation (1), Stalking (2), Theft I (1), Theft II (4), Theft III (1), Unlawful Entry Into Motor Vehicle (1).

Officers engaged in at least 819 activities during the week between dispatched calls for service and self-initiated contacts. Here are a few of those calls for the week:

Sunday, July 25, 2021:

  • At 8:18 p.m. a four-car crash was reported on Hwy 217 near Hwy 99. None of the drivers required medical attention and one of them was cited for reckless driving.
  • A missing endangered person we posted about last week (Kasha Kobasa) was found safely and removed from the missing person database.
  • A man reported three people were caught on his home surveillance video rummaging through his car in the 11900 block of SW Elmer Court. Nothing of value was taken but the video was turned over to help officers identify the suspects.
  • A woman reported being hit in the face by her husband after the two got into a verbal argument. The husband was taken to jail charged with assault IV – domestic violence.

Saturday, July 24, 2021:

  • Just after midnight, a security guard in the 14100 block of SW 72nd Avenue found three people he believed to be stealing metal from a commercial business. Police developed probable cause to charge one person with theft II and criminal trespass II, and the metal was returned to the property.
  • Two 13-year-old girls reported a man on a bicycle followed them while they walked in downtown Tigard, and at one point, touched one of the girls on the back of the leg. The girls called 911 for help and the man was arrested nearby, charged with stalking, harassment and third-degree sex abuse. Read more here
  • Just before 9 p.m. an officer responded to a two-car crash on SW 72nd Avenue near SW Cardinal Lane. One of the involved drivers showed signs of impairment and was charged with DUII and reckless driving. His blood alcohol content was measured at 0.11% - more than the legal limit.
  • A report of a cold theft from a motel parking lot in the 11400 block of SW Pacific Highway led police to a woman with six outstanding warrants for her arrest. The woman was taken to jail on her warrants.

Friday, July 23, 2021:

  • A man with an outstanding felony warrant was arrested in the 10400 block of SW 67th Avenue.
  • Several unrelated car prowls were reported:
    • A woman reported her car was rummaged through in the 16200 block of SW 104th The time is unknown.
    • A neighbor reported prowlers checking several cars around 5 a.m. in the 15100 block of SW 93rd
    • A man reported two of his cars were broken into in the 10300 block of SW Lady Marion Drive. A stolen credit card was used at a nearby store and the investigation is ongoing.
    • A woman reported she and her neighbors were targeted by car prowlers overnight in the 15000 block of SW 94th Nothing significant was taken.
  • A driver was pulled over for not wearing a seat belt on SW Pacific Highway near SW Gaarde Street. The driver was ultimately charged with driver was under the influence of a controlled substance.

Thursday, July 22, 2021:

  • A 9mm handgun was stolen from an unlocked car sometime between 2am – 7am in the 14400 block of SW 168th The gun was not loaded at the time, and there is no suspect information at this time.
  • A man reported being assaulted at a motel in the 11400 block of SW Pacific Highway. The victim declined medical attention and investigators do not believe it was a random attack. The investigation is ongoing.

Wednesday, July 21, 2021:

  • A Tigard resident was trying to pay a bill she received online using the website mybill.kempapps.us. Her computer screen started flashing and a message popped up saying she had a virus and should call Apple at 888-676-3589. She talked to a man named Michael who was able to control her computer remotely and told her that she could pay to have her computer fixed. She realized it was a scam.
  • Officers were dispatched to a disturbance call at 6:07p.m at Cook Park. A group of parents from out of town were upset that their kids weren’t allowed to compete in a State Little League Finals. The disturbance was verbal only and officers restored the peace.
  • Officers responded to a call involving someone dressed in camouflage who was standing in a field near Hwy 217 shooting at a street sign with what appeared to be a rifle. They found one person along the freeway and two more at a nearby home with a realistic-looking rifle and some had holstered pistols. It turned out to be a group of teens who’d been playing an airsoft war, and the orange tips had been painted or taped over on 3 of the airsoft guns. Officers spoke to the teens and the adult homeowner about the potential repercussions of their actions.
  • Officers responded to a call about a car driving on the train tracks at 9:14p.m. at SW Main and Commercial Street. The driver called for a tow company that in turn called the police.  An officer secured a warrant for a blood sample and the man was arrested for DUII and a felony warrant extraditable out of Texas.

Tuesday, July 20, 2021:

  • Someone stole a tan 2003 Chevrolet van in the 11000 block of SW Springwood Drive overnight. tbone_crash
  • Someone stole a kayak pedal from an open trunk at the boat dock at Cook Park around 5:30p.m. The owner had left the vehicle unattended while he was putting kayaks in the water. His license # was etched on the pedals, which will help with recovery if they are found.
  • Around 9:30p.m., officers responded to a T-bone crash  at SW Pacific Highway and Beef Bend. A white VW ran the red-light at the intersection and hit a Lexus. The driver of the Lexus was taken to the hospital for evaluation and both cars were towed due to damages related to trash. The VW driver was cited for careless driving. (photo attached)

Monday, July 19, 2021:

  • Over the weekend, someone broke into a business through the back door in the 12400 block of SW Main Street. A cell phone charger, knife and $20 in cash and coins were stolen.
  • Overnight, someone broke into a building in the 12500 block of SW Main Street, stealing a safe containing $200, a file cabinet, business credit card and medications.
  • Just before 5a.m., a 19 year-old driver flipped his car on SW Durham and 72nd,  narrowly missing a gas line. He left the scene, but was found nearby and cited for DUII. The underage man's blood alcohol content was .17%, twice the legal limit. Fortunately he wasn't seriously hurt.
  • At 7:40a.m. officers responded to a call about man who returned to a grocery store in the 11500 block of SW Pacific Highway after previously being trespassed for assaulting the store manager. Officers struggled to place the man in handcuffs because the man was physically resisting. They ultimately were able to get him restrained and the man spit in the face of one of the arresting officers. They put a spit hood on him and took him to jail for aggravated harassment, assault of a public safety officer, interfering with a peace officer and criminal trespass.
  • Around 11:30a.m., NW Natural called for assistance when their construction crew found that a gas meter had been removed from a gas riser, causing a gas leak. The area between SW 150th and 155th on Bull Mountain Road was closed to traffic for several hours for repairs.

 


Snapshot of Calls: Monday, July 12th – Sunday, July 18th
During the week, Tigard officers made 27 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (13), Shoplifting (6), DUII (3), Violation of a Restraining Order (3), Criminal Trespass (2), Hit and Run-Property (2), Aggravated Harassment (1), Assault of a Public Safety Officer (1), Criminal Mischief (1), Custodial Interference (1), False info to Police (1), Harassment Domestic Violence (1), Harassment (1), Interference with Making a Report (1), Interfering with Peace Officer (1), Theft by Receiving (1) and Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle (1).

Officers engaged in at least 855 activities during the week between dispatched calls for service and self-initiated contacts. Here are a few of those calls for the week:

Sunday, July 18, 2021:

  • Just after 10pm, an officer responded to a report of a burglary that had happened recently at a commercial property under construction on SW 69th Avenue. An inventory of missing and/or stolen items is underway and the case remains under investigation.
  • A driver reported two juveniles threw rocks at his car then ran off as he passed in the area of SW Walnut & SW Grant around 4:14pm. An officer checked the area for the juveniles but was unable to locate them.
  • A catalytic converter was stolen sometime overnight from a Toyota Prius in the 9400 block of SW Maplewood Drive.
  • An officer responded to a CPR call and learned the patient – a woman – overdosed on heroin. The officer successfully administered Narcan to the unresponsive woman and revived her as medics arrived on scene. The woman was taken to the hospital.

Saturday, July 17, 2021:

  • Just before 3am,  a driver was charged with DUII after crashing into a guard rail on Hwy 217 near the Scholls Ferry Rd. exit. The driver’s blood alcohol content was 0.16% - twice the legal limit. She was released to the custody of her husband.
  • A woman reported the catalytic converter was stolen from her Hyundai Tucson sometime over the last two days in the 11600 block of SW Lomita Avenue. In a separate case, a man reported the catalytic converter was stolen from his Toyota Tacoma overnight in the 11500 block of SW 88th Avenue.
  • A woman was arrested for violating a restraining order after she went to a property where a protected party lives.
  • Employees reported the office at an apartment complex in the 7700 block of SW Hunziker Road was burglarized. Officers are reviewing surveillance video to identify the male and female suspect.

Friday, July 16, 2021:

  • Officers responded to a death investigation in the 7600 block of SW Bonita Road, where a 33-year-old man passed away. Foul play is not suspected.
  • Around 4:45am, officers responded to a business near SW 72nd Avenue & SW Beveland where a witness reported someone was going around the back of businesses and looking into windows. Officers located the suspect, who was in possession of tools and nearly two dozen assorted car keys. Officers impounded the car and trailer he was towing when they learned he was driving while his license was suspended. Officers determined that no crime had been committed at the business park.
  • An officer on routine patrol came across a driver who was entering the oncoming lane near SW Greenburg Road and SW 91st Avenue. The driver was charged with DUII and his blood alcohol content was 0.14% - nearly twice the legal limit. He also had no drivers license and received an additional citation for that, before being released to his wife.

Thursday, July 15, 2021:

  • A woman reported two credit cards were stolen from her truck overnight. The thieves rang up more than $1,000 in fraudulent charges before the woman could cancel her cards. Officers are reviewing in-store surveillance video to identify the suspect(s).
  • A woman reported being the victim of identity theft, where someone opened several credit cards in her name. She had no information about who could have done it and is working to close the fraudulent accounts.

Wednesday, July 14, 2021:

  • Around 6:30a.m., officers were dispatched to a call involving a man believed to be stealing property in the 9000 block of SW Durham Road. Responding officers determined that he had a warrant out for his arrest and took him to jail. 
  • A neighbor was selling items online. A woman came to her house and tried to buy them with a $100 bill that appeared to be counterfeit. The seller refused to accept the bill and instructed her to get change at a nearby convenience store. The clerk at the store wouldn’t accept the bill either and the woman took off. Tigard Police were called, and the case is ongoing.
  • At one store in the 14800 block of SW Sequoia Parkway, officers were called out on three separate incidents between 5:15p.m. to 8:30p.m. for a fraud return in progress and two theft in progress calls. For the theft calls, one woman was charged with theft I after she stole a speaker from the store and tried to return it for cash. In the other case, a woman stole tools worth $300 and was charged with shoplifting and an arrest warrant.
  • Officers arrested a man for a restraining order violation and criminal trespass after he moved an A/C unit to break into his parents’ house around 5:30p.m.

Tuesday, July 13, 2021:

  • Officers arrested a man for harassment and an arrest warrant after a woman reported being followed by him around 9:00a.m. in the 11900 block of SW Garden Place.
  • A construction company received a scam email from the owner’s email address with a check request for $14,500 to an individual living out of state. Fortunately, they identified that it was a scam before cutting the check.
  • A catalytic converter was stolen from a Toyota Prius in the 7800 block of SW Dartmouth Street at 2:13p.m. In a separate incident, a catalytic converter was stolen from another Toyota Prius in 9500 block of SW Washington Square Road sometime between 11:30a.m. and 4:00p.m.
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Monday, July 12, 2021:

  • A 1994 Honda Accord was stolen overnight in the 7600 block of SW Bonita Road.
  • Around 9:00p.m., a Kate Spade wallet, containing a checkbook, insurance card and credit cards, was stolen out of a shopping cart sometime after the victim left the store, put her groceries in the trunk and returned the cart to the corral.
  • An officer issued a citation for custodial interference to a man who took his children out of state and returned them days later than the agreed upon on time to the mother in violation of their parenting agreement.

Snapshot of Calls: Monday, July 5th – Sunday, July 11th
During the week, Tigard officers made 24 arrests with many resulting in multiple changes: Arrest Warrant (18), Assault IV (2), Attempt to Elude a Police Officer (2), Criminal Mischief II (2), Criminal Trespass II (2), DUII – Alcohol (1), DUII – Controlled Substance (1), DUII (1), Fail to Carry or Present License (1), False Information to Police (1), Harassment (Physical Contact) (1), Hit and Run – Vehicle/Property (1), Identity Theft (1), PO Detainer – Warrant (1), Possession of a Controlled Substance – Methamphetamine (1), Theft III (1), Theft II (2), Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle (1), Violation of Release Agreement (1).

Officers engaged in at least 870 activities during the week between dispatched calls for service and self-initiated contacts. Here are a few of those calls for the week:

Sunday, July 11, 2021:

  • At 3:28 a.m. an officer contacted two people who were taking items from a dumpster in the 12000 block of SW Main Street. A driver pulled in, saw the officer and immediately left the scene. The officer contacted the driver, who was arrested on charges of possessing methamphetamine, giving false information to police and failing to carry or present a license.
  • Employees arriving at a business in the 12100 block of SW Main Street found it had been burglarized and high-end merchandise was stolen worth roughly $6,000.

Saturday, July 10, 2021:

  • A man reported the catalytic converter was stolen from his 2011 Acura during his daytime work shift in the 16800 block of SW 72nd
  • A man riding a bicycle on SW Roy Rogers road was hurt in a crash, which did not involve anyone else. He was taken to the hospital and officers assisted in notifying his family members of the crash.
  • A welfare check was requested for a woman in the 11800 block of SW 91st Avenue who was outside yelling at people, threatening them and showing escalating behavior. The Washington County Crisis Team responded and the woman was taken to the hospital on a director’s hold due to her inability to care for herself.

Friday, July 9, 2021:

  • At 6:29 a.m. a woman reported her ex-boyfriend broke into her home. Officers learned the man left the area in a stolen car, and when contacted by officers, he ran from the car sparking a foot chase and K-9 track. At that time, the man was not located. Then at 7:53 p.m. a witness reported seeing him. Officers again responded, and after a lengthy dog track, the man was located and taken into custody on several charges.
  • Officers assisted with a major injury crash in Sherwood involving a head-on collision on SW Pacific Highway & Sunset.

Thursday, July 8, 2021:

  • While on routine patrol at 2:43 a.m. officers saw two people on the loading dock behind a business in the 12000 block of SW Main Street, which is a common target area for thefts. Officers learned one of the people had a felony warrant out for his arrest. He was also in possession of a knife and heroin, and was taken to jail on his warrant.
  • At 7:31 a.m. a witness reported a suspected drunk driver near SW Pacific Highway & Durham Road. The female driver was unable to complete field sobriety tests due to her level of intoxication and refused a breath test. After a judge signed a warrant for a blood draw, the woman agreed to the breath test. Her blood alcohol content was measured at 0.19% at 12:28 p.m. She was taken to jail and charged with DUII.

Wednesday, July 7, 2021:

  • Someone threw a baseball through a shop window in the 9000 block of SW Hall Boulevard at 1:29a.m. Nothing was apparently missing inside the store.
  • A 1997 Dodge Ram van was stolen in the 10500 block of SW Tigard Street overnight. 
  • A person called police concerned about a man on their porch who had blood on his face and was exhibiting behavioral health issues. Officers found the individual needed medical attention and had a felony warrant out for his arrest. He was transported to the hospital for a wound and cited for the warrant.

Tuesday, July 6, 2021:

  • Overnight, someone shattered a rear window of a Nissan pathfinder, took apart a steering column and popped open the hood in an attempt to steal the vehicle near SW 79th Avenue and Alder Street.
  • Around 11:37 p.m., a Tigard officer came across a brush fire on SW Pacific Highway at 68th Witnesses saw a man lighting off fireworks there. A K-9 team conducted a track to find the culprit and discovered two families lighting off mortars. No one matched the suspect’s description. However, their fireworks were confiscated after they were warned and educated.

Monday, July 5, 2021:

  • Someone cut a lock and broke into a gated commercial lot early in the morning in the 7900 block of SW Ashford Street, breaking windows on two SUVs and stealing tools and a utility trailer, which was later recovered. Detectives are investigating.
  • A cell phone was stolen that had been left on the side of a desk at a department store in the 9700 block of SW Washington Square Road between 12:30 - 1:30p.m.
  • Two catalytic converters were stolen from a Toyota Sequoia between 1:00-9:00p.m. in the 9500 block of SW Washington Square Road. In an unrelated incident, a catalytic converter was stolen from a Toyota Prius between 5:00-6:30p.m. in the 10100 block of SW Washington Square Road.
  • Around 9:46 p.m., officers responded to a crash on SW Main Street at Pacific where a Buick LeSabre ran over a median and struck a tree. The driver’s blood alcohol level was .23%, nearly three times the legal limit. She was arrested for DUII.

Snapshot of Calls: Monday, June 28th – Sunday, July 4th

During the week, Tigard officers made 28 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (16), Strangulation (Domestic Violence – Felony) (3), Theft II – Shoplift (2), Harassment (2), Assault IV – Witnessed By Child (Felony) (1), Contempt of Court (1), Criminal Mischief II (1), Disorderly Conduct II (1), Driving While Suspended/Revoked (1), DUII – Alcohol (1), False Swearing (1), Harassment (Domestic Violence) (1), Harassment (Physical Contact) (1), Public Indecency (1), Resisting Arrest (1), Theft III (1), Theft II – Lost/Mislaid Property (1).

Officers engaged in at least 976 activities during the week between dispatched calls for service and self-initiated contacts. Here are a few of those calls for the week:

Sunday, July 4, 2021:

  • A team of officers responded to fireworks-related calls throughout the night, in response to the ban on fireworks enacted by the Tigard City Council. Ultimately, the team handled roughly 40 calls related to a fireworks in the city. In one case, a family was warned after setting off mortars, but they continued to light them. Officers returned and confiscated the remainder of the unlit mortars.
  • A resident reported a cold burglary from a garage in the 11500 block of SW 109th where two antique guns were among the items stolen.

Saturday, July 3, 2021:

  • At 7:48 p.m. an officer on routine patrol came across a distraught juvenile threatening to jump off an overpass railing above Hwy 217 at Greenburg Road. While the officer made contact, other officers shut down highway traffic as a precaution. Two officers spoke with the teen over the course of several minutes and ultimately the county’s Mental Health Response Team arrived, and the juvenile was taken to the hospital for an evaluation.
  • A woman was taken to jail on a charge of harassment (domestic violence) after getting into a physical altercation with her partner.
  • A father was charged with strangulation (domestic violence) after witnesses reported he grabbed his juvenile son by the neck and threw him against a cabinet. Two other children were present at the time.

Friday, July 2, 2021:

  • A juvenile male was stabbed in the 9500 block of SW Washington Square Road. He was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. The suspect and victim are believed to be known to each other or associated with each other and there is no danger to larger community. The case remains under investigation.
  • Officers are investigating a case of aggravated theft I after a store manager in the 9500 block of SW Washington Square Road reported a group of five women stole merchandise totaling roughly $25,000. The investigation is ongoing.
  • Electronics were stolen overnight from a business in the 14200 block of SW Pacific Highway. Officers are working to develop suspect information.

Thursday, July 1, 2021:

  • A restaurant owner reporter a generator that was attached to his restaurant was stolen overnight in the 13100 block of SW Pacific Highway.
  • Around 2:00 a.m. a man was cited for harassment in the 12500 block of SW North Dakota Street, after he put his hands around the throat of another man who he believed was cheating with his wife.
  • Officers responded to two unrelated death investigations, one on SW Kimberly Drive involving a 79-year-old man and another on SW Bull Mountain Road involving a 68-year-old man. Foul play is not suspected in either case.
  • Around 11:00 p.m., a motorcyclist crashed into a large industrial mailbox in the 12600 block of SW Hall Blvd. Medics arrived and transported the man to a hospital for his injuries.

Wednesday, June 30, 2021:

  • Tigard Officers arrested a man for strangulation, assault IV witnessed by a child and resisting arrest after responding to a call about a physical fight with his girlfriend around 2:15 a.m. When officers went to arrest the man, he began flailing around and would not comply with commands. Officers warned him several times, then tased him and took him into custody. 
  • Officers responded to a single vehicle crash where a Dodge Durango crashed through a guardrail and hit a traffic signal pole on SW Pacific Highway near Main Street at 2:36 a.m. The driver had left a 10-hour work shift and fell asleep at the wheel.

Tuesday, June 29, 2021:

  • Officers arrested a man for shoplifting and an arrest warrant after he stole a BB gun from a store in the 10300 block of SW Cascade Avenue. 
  • The glove compartment and console of a car were rummaged through in the 13000 block of Princeton Lane overnight. The car was left unlocked. At the time of report only the registration was known to be missing.

Monday, June 28, 2021:

  • A community member posted an ad to sell her wedding dress on Facebook Marketplace for $1,000. A buyer agreed to buy it, requested expedited shipping and was to pay by PayPal. The money had not been received before it was shipped to an address in New York that belonged to Aramex International Courier. The woman couldn’t stop the shipment to recover her dress.
  • Officers responded to, but could not locate, a man who was reportedly naked from the waist down at SW Pacific Highway and McDonald around 11:23 a.m.


Snapshot of Calls: Monday, June 21st – Sunday, June 27th
During the week, Tigard officers made 14 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (6), Assault DV (2), DUII (2), Assault (1), Burglary (1), Harassment-DV (1), Public Indecency (1), Recklessly Endangering (1), Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle (1) and Violation of Release Agreement (1).

Officers engaged in at least 877 activities during the week between dispatched calls for service and self-initiated contacts. Here are a few of those calls for the week:

Sunday, June 27, 2021:

  • An iPhone was stolen in the 11600 block around 6:00p.m. after the victim left it unattended in a bowling alley.111_Heat
  • A MacBook Air valued at $1,000 was stolen from a vehicle in the 11400 block of SW Pacific Highway around 4:00p.m. The thief gained access by breaking the rear, passenger side window.
  • Officers performed a number of welfare checks during the 111 degree heat. (photo attached)

Saturday, June 26, 2021:

  • Officers were dispatched to a robbery that occurred in the 12600 block of SW Pacific Highway around 9:30p.m. Two men approached three male teenagers on a basketball court. They were holding their waist bands and it appeared that at least one had a gun. The other man stole a phone and ripped a necklace from the neck of a teenager. No one was hurt. Our K9 team was able to conduct an article search and locate the phone nearby after the victim used a tracking app. Detectives are following up on this case.
  • A catalytic converter was stolen from a U-Haul truck in the 11500 block of SW Pacific Highway around 5:17a.m.

Friday, June 25, 2021:

  • At 9:40p.m., officers responded to a rollover crash at SW Hollow Lane and 123rd Avenue involving a Ford Explorer that resulted in minor injuries to the driver and passenger. The driver had also hit a parked car. Her blood alcohol level was found to be .14%, over the legal limit. Officers arrested the driver for DUII and Reckless Endangering.
  • During a shopping trip at a grocery store in the 15500 block of SW Pacific Highway at 12:34p.m., someone stole a woman’s wallet and used her credit cards at Walmart and Costco.

Thursday, June 24, 2021:

  • Registration stickers from a Honda were stolen sometime overnight in the 500 block of SW 113th
  • A woman witnessed two men steal a catalytic converter from a Prius in the 9500 block of SW Washington Square Road at 5:14p.m.

Wednesday, June 23, 2021:

  • A resident was contacted by a man claiming to be with the Office of Inspector General who said that the social security of the resident’s wife was associated with drug activity. The man said that if the resident hung up, he would put out a warrant for his arrest. This caller attempted to get the last 4 digits of his wife’s social security number. Fortunately, the resident did not give any information.
  • A neighbor received a call from someone claiming to be with Apple who stated that hackers were trying to steal her identity from the cloud account. She was told to go to Apple to buy gift cards and they would be able to block the hackers when she provided the gift card information to them. The caller claimed that the money would be refunded to her account, but the victim has not received it.
  • While on a routine patrol around 12:27a.m., an officer observed a Ford Expedition parked in the middle of the southbound lane of SW 72nd Avenue near Fir. A woman was asleep in the rear driver side with her seat belt fastened. She was arrested for DUII after her blood alcohol level was measured at .14%, which is over the legal limit.

Tuesday, June 22, 2021:

  • A man was arrested for Assault IV – Domestic Violence after an argument with his girlfriend escalated to violence around 9:12a.m. He grabbed her phone, broke it and in the process injured her finger.
  • An officer took a fraud report where the victim’s employer was notified by the state that someone had fraudulently filed a claim in his name. Similar unrelated incidents were reported during the week.
  • Tools, a workout bike and machines were stolen from a detached garage at an apartment unit in the 16100 block of SW 108th Avenue overnight. There were no signs of forced entry.

Monday, June 21, 2021:

  • The manager of a storage unit in the 8900 block of SW Burnham reported that an electronic lock had been tampered with and the unit was broken into overnight, causing damage to the unit. The lessee of the unit reported that household merchandise for sale had been stolen.
  • An officer took a theft by extortion report where a Tigard resident clicked on a Facebook ad that briefly showed a video clip of him. The video disappeared and he was messaged instructions to send $500 via CVS Pharmacy to Russelle Kacharelle in the West African city Abidjan. At the time of report, the victim had not paid anything to the extortionist.
  • Around 3:15p.m. a man was observed masturbating in his vehicle when a female barista handed him a coffee in the 12900 block of SW Pacific Highway. Officers followed up and located the man, citing him for Public Indecency.
  • In the 14200 block of SW Pacific Highway, an unknown man hit a male patron of a business in the mouth at 11:55p.m after an argument, causing swelling to his lip.


Snapshot of Calls: Monday, June 14th – Sunday, June 20th
During the week, Tigard officers made 27 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (10), Reckless Driving (5), DUII (4), Shoplift (4), Criminal Mischief (2), Criminal Trespass (2), Driving While Suspended/Revoked (2), Harassment (Domestic Violence) (2), Assault (Domestic Violence) (1), Attempt to Elude a Police Officer (1), Distribution of a Controlled Substance (1), Hit and Run Vehicle (1), Interfering with a Peace Officer (1), Possession of a Controlled Substance (1), Strangulation (DV) (1) and Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle (1).

Officers engaged in at least 893 activities during the week between dispatched calls for service and self-initiated contacts. Here are a few of those calls for the week:

Sunday, June 20, 2021:

  • A blue 2020 Honda CRV was stolen in the 13200 block of SW Hillshire Drive overnight. The owner is not certain if a key fob was left in the vehicle. 
  • A man was arrested for assault IV and lodged in the Washington County jail after he punched his roommate twice in the face around 4:43p.m., leaving a red welt on his cheek. 

Saturday, June 19, 2021:

  • A catalytic converter was stolen overnight from a 2007 Prius in the 12300 block of SW 131st Avenue. 
  • Officers responded to a DUII call at 10:46p.m. where a black GMC heading southbound on SW Pacific Highway near Dartmouth was observed hitting the median twice, nearly striking a cyclist and swerving toward other vehicles. The driver refused a breath test, so the officer obtained a warrant for a blood sample. He was charged with DUII and reckless driving and his car was towed.  
  • Officers responded to a domestic disturbance at 10:34p.m. involving a man who punched his girlfriend in the rib cage and side of the mouth. He was arrested for harassment domestic violence and taken to jail.

Friday, June 18, 2021:

  • A woman was arrested for DUII-alcohol and reckless driving after someone called dispatch reporting that her silver Infinity was driving southbound with a flat tire and damaged headlight on SW Pacific Highway near Highway 217 around 12:19a.m.  Her blood alcohol content was .13%, which is well over the legal limit.
  • Over the last two days, an unknown suspect entered an apartment clubhouse in the 10400 block of SW McDonald Street through an unlocked door and pried open the manager's office, stealing petty cash and damaging the door.
  • An unknown person fraudulently opened a Verizon account. The victim discovered the fraud when his credit was checked for a home loan.  Information about receiving free annual credit reports can be found here.  

Thursday, June 17, 2021:

  • A woman was walking southbound on a trail through Dirksen Nature Park with her children at 4:15p.m. and stepped aside to let a man in a wheelchair and his children pass in the opposite direction. While the man was passing her, he touched her breast. When the woman confronted the man about his actions, he stated that he was trying to get at a ball that she was holding in her arms. She challenged his explanation of what happened and called police to report the incident.  The case is pending further suspect identification.
  • Officers responded to a menacing with a gun call at SW Pacific Highway and Hall Boulevard around 8:45p.m. The caller and the suspect had been yelling at each other and then the suspect yelled that he had a gun as they went their separate ways. Responding officers detained the suspect while they determined what had happened. He was ultimately cited on an unrelated misdemeanor warrant out of Clackamas County.  

Wednesday, June 16, 2021:

  • Overnight, a catalytic converter was stolen from a 2006 Ford Ecoline van used for a food pantry in the 12600 SW Grant Avenue.
  • Officers were dispatched to a bush fire in the 11900 block of SW Pacific Highway at 4:10a.m. A Honda CRV parked near nearby caught fire, charring the body panel and headlight. The owner was not harmed and TVF&R extinguished the flames.
  • Overnight, a purse containing various credit cards was stolen from a vehicle in the 9400 block of SW Coral St. The vehicle may have been left unlocked.  
  • A scammer who used a spoof number for the U.S. Marshals called a community member stating that his social security number was associated with the Columbian drug trade. To clear his name, he would need to verify his bank accounts and move money around to help with the verification. The caller walked the community member through opening up a Coinbase account and linking it to his Paypal account. At the time of the report, the extent of the financial loss is unknown.

Tuesday, June 15, 2021:

  • Officers were dispatched to a DUII call involving a driver of a Toyota Scion who nearly crashed into a vehicle, ran red lights and hit the curb in the 9700 block of SW Washington Square Road at 9:32p.m. The driver took off towards Greenburg Rd, parked at a 7-11, exited his vehicle and started running. When the officer caught up with him, the man was belligerent, kept reaching into his pockets and refused to comply with the officer’s commands. He was tased and taken back to the station. Because he continued to be physically combative with officers, they placed him in restraints for his and their safety and transported him to the jail on charges of DUII, interfering with a peace officer and reckless driving.
  • Officers responded to a behavioral health call at a hotel in the 11400 block of SW Pacific Highway at 3:08p.m. A hotel guest was yelling and screaming in the parking lot and had been throwing items around in his hotel room. The manager was trying to get him to leave the hotel. Officers had responded to a disturbance involving the same man earlier in the day and placed him on a police officers’ hold, transporting him to a local hospital.
  • Officers took a package theft report in the 16100 block of SW 72nd Avenue. Two packages containing water backflow testing gauges had been stolen days earlier. The victim provided serial numbers to officers, which will improve the chance of them being returned if they are recovered.
  • An officer responded to a call about a three-year-old girl wandering around an apartment complex. It turns out the girl had snuck out after she had been put to bed. The officer and father talked about ways to prevent this from happening again.

Monday, June 14, 2021:

  • On a routine patrol, an officer discovered a Jeep that had been stolen in the 15300 block of SW Sequoia Parkway. The occupant was arrested and charged with unauthorized use of a vehicle and also possession and distribution of a controlled substance after heroin was discovered in his vehicle.
  • Officers responded to a call where a man was throwing bricks at the side of his neighbor’s house, damaging the siding. They cited the man for criminal mischief and had him evaluated by the Washington County Mental Health Response Team.


Snapshot of Calls: Monday, June 7th – Sunday, June 13th
During the week, Tigard officers made 29 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (16), Assault IV (Domestic Violence) (2), Assault IV (1), Assault IV – Witnessed By A Child (Felony) (1), Burglary I (1), Criminal Mischief I (1), Criminal Mischief II (1), Criminal Trespass II (1), Distribution of a Controlled Substance – Heroin (1), Driving While Suspended/Revoked (2), DUII – Alcohol (3), Harassment (Domestic Violence) (1), Hit and Run – Vehicle/Property (2), Possession of a Controlled Substance (1), Reckless Driving (1), Strangulation (Domestic Violence) (2), Theft III – Shoplift (2), Theft II – Shoplift (3), Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle (1)

Officers engaged in at least 806 activities during the week between dispatched calls for service and self-initiated contacts. Here are a few of those calls for the week:

Sunday, June 13, 2021:

  • Officers responded to a disturbance in the 13800 block of SW Marcia Drive, where a man got into an argument with members of the household, which escalated to physical violence and property damage. The man was combative and destructive with officers and was checked out at a hospital for injuries before being taken to jail on several charges.
  • Just after 2:30 a.m. officers were called to a suspicious circumstance in the 9900 block of Scott Court, where a man called to report he may have just killed someone and left the scene in his car. Officers responded to the home in question and found several people there who were safe and well. Deputies from the sheriff’s office assisted with a high-risk traffic stop on the man, who made statements that he wanted police to kill him. It’s likely the man was experiencing a crisis and he was taken to the hospital for an evaluation.
  • Two cars were involved in a crash on SW Scholls Ferry Road at the on-ramp to 217. Both drivers believed they had the right of way with the traffic signal and no witnesses saw the crash. The drivers were okay, but their cars were significantly damaged and towed from the scene.
  • Employees at an apartment complex reported their maintenance room was burglarized and tools were stolen in the 8900 block of SW Oak Street. An officer is reviewing surveillance video to develop leads in the case.

Saturday, June 12, 2021:

  • The manager of a store in the 16800 block of SW 72nd Avenue reported a customer stole merchandise from a rear stock room worth more than $1,500. An officer reviewed surveillance video but no arrests have been made.
  • A man was cited for DUII – alcohol after an officer witnessed him speeding near SW Hall Blvd and SW Pacific Highway. The man’s blood alcohol content was 0.08% and he was released to the custody of a friend.
  • A woman was taken to jail on charges of strangulation, assault IV (witnessed by a child) and an outstanding arrest warrant from Clackamas County after police responded to a physical altercation between the woman and her girlfriend.

Friday, June 11, 2021:

  • A man reported his car was stolen sometime between 1 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. from the parking lot of a grocery store in the 7500 block of SW Dartmouth Street. Officers entered the car as stolen into a law enforcement database.
  • A caller reported a man smashed a watermelon and potted plants on the ground outside a store in the 15500 block of SW Pacific Highway. Officers believe the man was experiencing a mental health crisis. The store did not wish to prosecute, and the man was trespassed from the location.
  • An employee at a store in the 13100 block of SW Pacific Highway reported a customer stole vitamins worth more than $500. An officer reviewed surveillance in the case, but no arrests have been made.

Thursday, June 10, 2021:

  • Four mailboxes were broken into in the 11500 block of SW Beef Bend Road sometime in the last 24 hours and the caller reported mail was possibly stolen.
  • A person reported a catalytic converter was stolen from a 2008 Toyota Prius in the 7500 block of SW Bonita Road sometime over the last 5 days.

Wednesday, June 9, 2021:

  • Officers were dispatched to a bush fire in the 11900 block of SW Pacific Highway at 4:10a.m. A Honda CRV parked near nearby caught fire, charring the body panel and headlight. The owner was not harmed and TVF&R extinguished the flames.
  • A catalytic converter was stolen from a 2006 Honda EV Plus in the 11600 block of SW Pacific Highway while the owner was watching a movie the prior evening between 7:30-9:30p.m.
  • Officers cited a woman for hit and run after she backed into a Subaru in the 11500 block of SW Pacific Highway causing visible damage to the vehicle around 9:55p.m. Witnesses were able to provide police with a description of the driver and license plate, which helped officers locate the culprit.

Tuesday, June 8, 2021:

  • Officers were dispatched to a domestic disturbance where a man was heavily intoxicated, screaming at his wife and daughter and throwing objects in his apartment that hit his wife. He then began ripping doors off the hinges. After the wife intervened, he grabbed her by the throat and pushed her against a wall. Officers arrested him for harassment-domestic violence and took him to jail.
  • Officers arrested a man for DUII and hit and run after he crashed his van into a house in the 7000 block of SW Gonzaga at 11:27p.m. and then ran away on foot. Officers located him 15 minutes later and took him into custody. The home owner was hurt and taken to a local hospital.

Monday, June 7, 2021:

  • While on a routine patrol around 2:41a.m. at the transit center in the 9500 block of SW Washington Square Road, an officer observed a man doubled over a bench as if in pain or passed out. The man was disoriented and didn’t know where he was. He also had clothing from a sporting goods store with the tags on him, which he admitted stealing to buy heroin. The man had outstanding arrest warrants and was transported to jail.
  • An officer responded to a welfare check at SW Pacific Highway and SW Frewing Street at 4:35p.m. on the report that a man was lying in an odd position on a grassy area. The man was slow to rouse, but fortunately was breathing and okay. The officer discovered that he had two felony warrants and three misdemeanor warrants out of Washington and Marion Counties and took him to the Washington County jail.


Snapshot of Calls: Monday, May 31st – Sunday, June 6th
During the week, Tigard officers made 21 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: DUII (4), Arrest Warrant (3), Criminal Mischief (3), Criminal Trespass (2), Driving While Suspended (2) Harassment-DV (2), Harassment- Physical Contact (2), Shoplifting (2), Assault DV (1), Menacing DV (1), Assault (1), Burglary (1), Possession of a Stolen Vehicle (1), PO Detainer/Warrant (1), Probation Violation (1) and Unlawful Use of a Weapon (1).

Officers engaged in at least 875 activities during the week between dispatched calls for service and self-initiated contacts. Here are a few of those calls for the week:

Sunday, June 6, 2021:

  • A business in the 9000 block of SW Hall Blvd was burglarized, activating an alarm at 3:46 a.m. Responding officers found two front windows were broken and employees reported $15,000 in merchandise was stolen. A few minutes later, a burglary occurred in Beaverton and the suspect was ultimately located and linked to both cases.
  • Two residents reported their cars were rifled through, in the 10700 block of SW Murdock Street, and the 11300 block of SW Springwood Drive. Additionally, a woman reported her car had been stolen three days earlier from the 12500 block of SW North Dakota Street.
  • An officer responded to a welfare check in the 12200 block of SW Knoll Drive and discovered a man deceased inside his apartment. The medical examiner responded, determining the manner of death was due to natural causes.

Saturday, June 5, 2021:

  • At 3:18 p.m. officers were dispatched to a report of a domestic disturbance involving a gun. A man reported a woman pointed a shotgun at him while they were fighting. Ultimately, the woman was taken to jail on several charges.
  • An officer assisted Beaverton Police with an impaired driver who fell asleep at the wheel near SW Scholls Ferry Road and SW 175th Avenue.

Friday, June 4, 2021:

  • A driver was cited for DUII – controlled substance after an officer witnessed him driving dangerously near SW Hall Blvd and SW Oak Street. A Drug Recognition Expert (DRE) was called to evaluate the driver, who was determined to be under the influence.
  • Officers responded to a store in the 16200 block of SW Pacific Highway, where employees reported a man and woman were physically fighting with each other in the store, the parking lot and in their car. Several callers reported witnessing this. Upon arrival, officers learned the car they were in was stolen out of Gresham. Both the man and woman were charged with crimes relating to the fight and the stolen car.

Thursday, June 3, 2021:

  • At 5:21 p.m. officers responded to a road rage call where a man reportedly kicked another man’s car, threw a drink on it, and then later showed a gun. Officers located the man and got consent to search his car, but no gun was found. He was cited for criminal mischief III.
  • A man was cited for DUII – alcohol after nearly hitting a Tigard police officer’s patrol car on SW 99W near SW 72nd Avenue. The man’s blood alcohol content was 0.14% - nearly twice the legal limit. He was released to the custody of his parents.

Wednesday, June 2, 2021:

  • Officers were dispatched to SW 72nd Avenue and Hermoso Way around 3:20a.m. on a single car traffic crash. The driver was driving southbound on SW 72nd, fell asleep and then crossed the center line hitting a utility pole. She was cited for driving while suspended. The amount of damage to the utility pole is estimated at $25,000. (photo attached) Crash_utility_pole
  • After an investigation was conducted, Tigard officers arrested a man for attempted murder and strangulation related to an assault that occurred on May 1st involving his ex-girlfriend. 

Tuesday, June 1, 2021:

  • A hatchback from a Toyota Yaris was stolen over the weekend from a business lot in the 15200 block of SW Pacific Highway.
  • A catalytic converter was stolen from a Subaru Forester in the parking lot of a business complex in the 13200 block of SW 68th Parkway over the last few weeks.
  • An officer took a report that involved someone removing the bill acceptor and coin bucket from a claw machine in the 7600 block of SW Dartmouth yesterday morning. The thief got away with money in the machine and caused $200 in damage.
  • An officer took an identity theft report where eleven loans were fraudulently taken out in a victim’s name at various credit unions and banks between 2018 and 2019 for an estimated amount of $285,000. The victim is working with the FBI.

Monday, May 31, 2021:

  • A man refused to leave the lobby of a hotel in the 9000 block of SW Washington Square Road around 1:00a.m. He damaged the sliding glass door to the lobby and refused to identify himself to officers who determined his identity by comparing jail and DMV photos. The man was charged with Criminal Trespass II and Criminal Mischief I. 
  • A Jeep Grand Cherokee was found spewing gas after someone drilled holes in the gas line around 10:30a.m. in the 10900 block of SW 68th Parkway. The victim believes that a group of people who took off in a black pickup may have been responsible.


Snapshot of Calls: Monday, May 24th – Sunday, May 30th
During the week, Tigard officers made 19 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (17), Theft II – Shoplift (3), Criminal Mischief II (2), Robbery III (1), Assault IV (1), Attempt to Elude a Police Officer (1), Harassment (Domestic Violence) (1), Menacing (2), Criminal Mischief I (1), Criminal Mischief III (1), Criminal Trespass II (1), Robbery II (1), Disorderly Conduct II (1), Strangulation (Domestic Violence) (1), DUII – Alcohol (1), Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle (1), Giving False Information to Police (1), Felon in Possession of a Restricted Weapon (1)

Officers engaged in at least 906 activities during the week between dispatched calls for service and self-initiated contacts. Here are a few of those calls for the week:

Sunday, May 30, 2021:

  • Officers responded to a car crash near SW Scholls Ferry Rd & SW 121st The driver swerved to avoid another driver who ran a red light and crashed into a retaining wall, causing damage to her car. She was not seriously hurt.
  • At 6:35 a.m. a man reported his car had been stolen overnight from the 7500 block of SW Hunziker Road. A short time later, officers learned the car had been involved in a three-car crash in Beaverton. The person who was driving the stolen car took off on foot.

Saturday, May 29, 2021:

  • Just after midnight, a woman reported her husband saw people stealing the catalytic converter from their van in the 11700 block of SW 72nd The husband chased the suspects in another vehicle but left his phone at home and was unable to give officers real-time updates on their location. The suspects were described as two white men in a black coupe.
  • A man was jailed on charges of strangulation, assault IV and menacing after officers responded to a report of domestic violence at a Tigard home.

Friday, May 28, 2021:

  • Just before midnight, a driver was arrested for DUII in the 9000 block of SW Hall Blvd after an officer pulled him over for driving without headlights. The officer noticed obvious signs of impaired when speaking to the driver, who’s blood alcohol content was later measured at 0.19% - more than twice the legal limit. The driver was released to the custody of his mother.
  • An employee at a fast-food restaurant in the 11500 block of SW Pacific Highway reported a man who was digging in the dumpster outside the restaurant chased him and threatened to kill him. Responding officers were able to identify and locate the suspect, who matched the description of the suspect in a similar case from the same restaurant three days earlier. He was charged with robbery III, criminal mischief II and menacing.

Thursday, May 27, 2021:

  • Just after 10 a.m. a woman stole a lifted Ford F-350 from a dealership on SW Pacific Highway & Hall Blvd. The woman drove over the center median to get away, and nearby officers began to search the area. A Tigard Police officer found the truck in a commercial parking lot 2 miles away and attempted a traffic stop, but the driver took off again. The truck was found again in King City, where the driver was located and arrested. The truck was located, recovered and the driver was arrested all within a span of about 25 minutes.
  • A mother called to report her 17-year-old daughter as a runaway. Officers spoke with family members. The teen was safely located in the Keizer area a few hours later.
  • An employee at a business in the 9200 block of SW Greenburg Road called to report a catalytic converter was stolen from a Chevy truck sometime in the last six days.

Wednesday, May 26, 2021:

  • Officers responded to a vandalism call where a man was observed spray painting a truck at 8:52 a.m. near SW 72nd and Pacific Highway. The owner of the truck had found the man trespassing in his backyard earlier and told him to leave.  Later that night, the man trespassed in the same yard and stole two cans of lighter fluid. When confronted by the property owner, the man hit him with a golf club and poured the lighter fluid on his driveway. The man was arrested for robbery II.
  • A woman was scammed out of $7,500 after callers claiming to be a Deputy Inspector and Officer Inspector General stated that her name was associated with a cartel and drugs and her credit cards had been compromised. She was told she needed to purchase gift cards and send cash to the scammers.

Tuesday, May 25, 2021:

  • An officer was dispatched to a bank in the 11600 block of SW Pacific Highway at 12:30p.m. in response to a man who was screaming at customers and then lying on a bench in the lobby. The man had an outstanding out-of-state warrant and was arrested.
  • A 4’ X 8’ cargo trailer, containing power tools, a chop saw and vacuum, was stolen after midnight in the 14300 block of SW 128th
  • Officers responded to a report of a robbery in the 11500 block of SW Pacific Highway that occurred around 5:00 p.m. An employee exited through the back door of a restaurant and noticed a man in the dumpster.  She asked what he was doing and he jumped out of the dumpster, pushed her, stole the phone out of her hand and threw it to the ground breaking it.

Monday, May 24, 2021:

  • Officers were dispatched to an overdose call at a hotel room around 5:15 p.m. in the 9000 block of SW Washington Square Road. A woman was found unconscious after abusing prescription medications that possibly contained fentanyl.  An officer administered CPR chest compressions and then Narcan to reverse the effects of an overdose. The woman started breathing again, TVF&R provided oxygen to her and she was transported to the hospital. Officers frequently arrive first on medical calls and administer aid until fire and medical personnel arrive and take over.
  • While reviewing bank transactions online, a Tigard resident noticed a $1,500 transfer through Western Union that he didn’t authorize. After notifying his bank, his debit card was cancelled, and he is following up with Western Union. This is a good reminder to check bank transactions online throughout the week and request notifications sent to your phone or email for transactions exceeding a certain dollar amount. 

Snapshot of Calls: Monday, May 17th - Sunday, May 23rd

During the week, Tigard officers made 24 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: 
Arrest Warrant (9), Assault IV (Domestic Violence) (2), Criminal Mischief II (2), Criminal Trespass II (2), DUII – Alcohol (2), Harassment (Physical Contact) (1), Hit and Run – Vehicle – Property (1), Interfering with Peace Officer (2), Reckless Driving (1), Resisting Arrest (1), Strangulation (Domestic Violence – Felony) (1), Theft III - Shoplift (1), Theft II (2), Theft I (2), Unlawful Entry into Motor Vehicle (3), Violation of Release Agreement (Contempt of Court) (1)

Officers engaged in at least 870 activities during the week between dispatched calls for service and self-initiated contacts. Here are a few of those calls for the week: 

Sunday, May 23, 2021:

  • A storage unit in the 12800 block of SW Pacific Highway was broken into. The person who rents the unit will be working with officers to identify what was stolen, and officers are reviewing security video.
  • A woman reported her husband as missing, after he was expected at a hotel on the coast, but never showed up. His phone is turned off and police are investigating. His wife confirmed on 5/24/21 that he was located.
  • A resident in the 16200 block of SW 108th Avenue reported hearing gunshots around 3:30 p.m. Officers responded and checked the area but didn’t hear or see anything of concern.

Saturday, May 22, 2021:

  • A customer at a business in the 12000 block of SW Main Street began throwing merchandise and threatening to hurt people because the clerk couldn’t sell him a single lighter. The customer then had a medical issue and was taken to the hospital by ambulance. He was cited for criminal mischief II.
  • A teenager reported a case of sexual abuse involving another teenager. Police are investigating.
  • Officers responded to a car crash near SW Bonita & SW Hall, where a driver crashed into another car, then attempted to leave the scene. The driver was stopped by the driver who was hit and remained there until officers arrived. Officers saw obvious signs of impairment from the driver who caused the crash. His blood alcohol content was later measured at 0.23% - nearly three times the legal limit. He was cited for DUII, driving while suspended and careless driving.

Friday, May 21, 2021:

  • Roughly 7-10 reports came in of thefts from vehicles in the Bull Mountain area, and two cars were stolen – a red Toyota Camry and a white Audi. Officers are reviewing surveillance video to gather leads. For car prowl and theft prevention tips, please click here
  • Officers responded to a three-car crash along SW Pacific Highway & Beef Bend Road. Nobody was hurt and one driver was cited for driving while suspended.
  • Employees at a business in the 10200 block of SW Washington Square Road reported customers stole roughly $400 in perfume. Officers are reviewing surveillance video and have referred the case to the Commercial Crimes Unit.

Thursday, May 20, 2021:

  • Officers responded to a death investigation in the 12400 block of SW Autumnview Street. A 96-year-old woman died; it appears her death was due to natural causes.
  • A bicyclist reported being hit by a car near SW Pacific Highway & SW Walnut Street. The bicyclist reported the driver checked on him, then left the scene. The bicyclist was not seriously hurt.
  • Around 3:30 a.m. officers responded to a business in the 12700 block of SW Pacific Highway, for an alarm activation. Someone broke in through a window and stole electronics. A K-9 track was conducted but the suspect was not immediately located.

Wednesday, May 19, 2021:

  • Similar to last week, businesses were vandalized at several locations:
    • Officers responded to an alarm call where someone threw a rock through the window in the 11400 block of SW Pacific Highway around midnight.
    • While doing an area check around the vandalized business, an officer found that a large rock had been thrown through a glass door of a gas station in the 11700 block of SW Pacific Highway.
    • Another area check revealed damage to an electronic menu board of a drive through in the 11700 block of SW Pacific Highway that was consistent with an object being thrown.
    • A rock was thrown through the glass door of a bank in the 11700 block of SW Hall Boulevard overnight.
  • A man who claimed to be from Amazon told a victim that $20,000 had been placed in his checking account by mistake and needed to be returned, which actually appeared in the account. The victim sent $5,000 in cash cards and $15,000 in cash by Fed Ex to the fraudster before realizing that the $20,000 in his checking account had been transferred there from a line of credit fraudulently opened in the victim’s name.
  • At approximately 5:43 p.m., a man presented a demand note to a store clerk stating he had a gun and stole $390 in cash in the 11500 block of SW Pacific Highway.

Tuesday, May 18, 2021:

  • Someone broke into a detached garage overnight in the 15400 block of SW 114th Court and stole glasses, a sander, a parking permit, tools and expired prescription medications. There were no signs of forced entry.
  • A church was burglarized in the 7400 block of SW Hunziker Road overnight. Electronic equipment was stolen.
  • Officers arrested a man for theft II-shoplifting after he stole flashlights, a Leatherman and propane cylinder and fled the store by foot in the 14800 block of SW Sequoia Parkway at 2:32 p.m. Officers were able to find him at a nearby bus stop thanks to a good description provided by the employee.
  •  A resident caught a prowler breaking into a vehicle in the 14000 block of SW Liden Drive. The thief fled, jumping over a fence around 3:30 a.m. Officers set up a K9 track, locating the suspect in a back yard on a roof on SW Windsong Court. He was arrested on three counts of unlawful entry into a motor vehicle.

Monday, May 17, 2021:

  • An officer took a burglary report at a business in the 8100 block of the SW Durham Road that happened over the weekend. The thief tampered with the lock and stole expensive equipment. 
  • Around 2:15 p.m., an elementary school student was found in possession of a knife and fled the school stealing a bicycle on his way out. A patrol officer found him at home, talked to a parent and confiscated the bicycle. The school is following up on the incident.

Snapshot of Calls: Monday, May 10th - Sunday, May 16th

During the week, Tigard officers made 20 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (8), Criminal Mischief (5), DUII (3), Harassment DV (3), Reckless Driving (3),  Assault DV (2), Shoplifting (2), Burglary (1), Driving While Suspended (1), Theft-Other (1) and Violation of a Release Agreement (1).

Officers engaged in at least 889 activities during the week between dispatched calls for service and self-initiated contacts. Here are a few of those calls for the week: 

Sunday, May 16, 2021:

  • Around 8 p.m. group of roughly a dozen people gathered near Tigard High School at the home of a Portland Police officer who was involved in a deadly shooting in Portland last month. The event remained peaceful and the attendees dispersed after roughly an hour and a half.Car Crash May 2021
  • Just before 2 a.m. officers responded to a crash at 99W & McDonald Street. A driver crashed into another car, sheared off a pole and two trees, then slammed into a business sign. Amazingly, the driver was not hurt. He had a blood alcohol content of 0.11% and was cited on charges of DUII – alcohol, reckless driving and 4 counts of criminal mischief II. (Photo attached)

Saturday, May 15, 2021:

  • Officers assisted with a call of a disturbance with a weapon in King City, where a man accidentally fired a round while cleaning his gun. No one was hurt.
  • Police responded to a motel in the 17900 block of SW McEwan Road, where callers were concerned for a welfare of a person staying there. Officers found a man inside a motel room who was transported to the hospital.

Friday, May 14, 2021:

  • Around midnight, a caller reported a suspected drunk driver on Hwy 217 near the Scholls Ferry Rd. exit who was swerving and going 25-40 mph in a 55 mph zone. Police cited the driver for DUII (alcohol) and reckless driving. His blood alcohol content was 0.17% - more than twice the legal limit.
  • Officers were called to several reported domestic disturbances throughout the city. This is one of the most common types of calls officers respond to. For resources, visit https://www.tigard-or.gov/police/domestic_violence_resources.php.

Thursday, May 13, 2021:

  • A man was taken to jail charged with assault IV (domestic violence) after he punched his father in the face, causing injury.
  • A driver was cited for DUII after callers reported he fell asleep at traffic lights along 99W near SW Watkins Ave, then sped up when other drivers honked at him. A drug recognition expert determined he was impaired.

Wednesday, May 12, 2021:

  • Officers arrested a man for burglary I, criminal mischief and harassment-domestic violence after he broke into his girlfriend’s apartment and tackled her in fall 2020. The case is moving forward now that the victim is willing to press charges. 

Tuesday, May 11, 2021:

  • Someone broke into a business early this morning by shattering the front door window and stole alcohol in the 17000 block of SW 72nd Avenue.
  • Officers were dispatched to a burglary in progress in the 10800 block of SW 121st Avenue at 9:25a.m. A woman entered an unlocked front door and was carrying a knife. When the homeowner confronted her, she said that she thought he was her brother, put the knife down and left. Officers were familiar with a woman matching her description, located and took her to a local hospital on a police officer's hold as she was exhibiting signs of a mental health crisis.
  • Around 4:45a.m., a homeowner found a man exiting from underneath his backyard deck in the 10500 block of SW Naeve. The homeowner was able to get the man to leave two garden clippers that he had stolen. The resident believes he entered through an unlocked gate and declined to press charges.
  • Catalytic converters continue to be stolen. In addition to other ones this week, one was stolen from a Prius over the last few days in the 14700 block of SW 109th Avenue.  For prevention tips, please visit: https://tigard-or.gov/police/tips.php.

Monday, May 10, 2021:

  • While on routine patrol around 2:15a.m., an officer noticed that there was a large hole in one of the windows of a business in the 12500 block of SW Main Street. Someone threw a rock to break the window. More businesses were similarly targeted:
    • Another business on the SW 12500 block of SW Main Street
    • 8900  block of SW Center Street.
    • 12400 block of SW Main Street
    • 12155 block of SW Main Street.
    • 11400 block of SW Pacific Highway
  • Just before 10 a.m. a driver crashed through a jersey barrier near Hwy 217 and flipped upside down into a ditch. A medical issue may have been the cause of the crash. The driver and passenger were both extricated by TVF&R and were taken to the hospital. Luckily no one else was hurt. Oregon State Police is taking over the investigation. (picture attached)
  • Someone drilled out the driver’s side door lock and stole a debit card from a Kia parked at Cook Park around 4:30p.m. and charged $200 at a Target in Wilsonville.

Snapshot of Calls: Monday, May 3rd - Sunday, May 9th

During the week, Tigard officers made 24 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (14), Criminal Trespass (4), Shoplifting (4), Reckless Driving (3), DUII (2),  Assault DV (1), Robbery (1), Criminal Mischief (1), Distribution of a Controlled Substance-Methamphetamine (1), Interference with Making a Report (1) and Possession of a Controlled Substance-Methamphetamine (1). 

Officers engaged in at least 783 activities during the week between dispatched calls for service and self-initiated contacts. Here are a few of those calls for the week: 

Sunday, May 9, 2021:

  • A man reported he was assaulted by two other men in the 10200 block of SW Greenburg Road just before 11 p.m. A K-9 track was conducted, but the suspect(s) were not located. The man who reported the assault was drunk and uncooperative with police. He declined to press charges.
  • Just before midnight, officers saw a broken window at a business in the 12400 block of SW Main Street, with a rock on the ground next to it. It appears to be one of several businesses in the area targeted this way. Nothing appeared to be stolen and police are investigating.

Saturday, May 8, 2021:

  • Just before 2:00 a.m. a driver crashed on an embankment near the Scholls Ferry exit of Highway 217. The driver had a blood alcohol content of 0.17% - more than twice the legal limit. He was cited on charges of DUII – alcohol and reckless driving.
  • A 2-year-old was found outside of his home by another adult. Officers learned the child had been unattended for 30 minutes and was reunited with his father, who explained he had put his children down for naps and was doing household chores when the 2-year-old opened the front door and went outside. The father was encouraged to get child locks for the front door and agreed to do so.

Friday, May 7, 2021:

  • Officers responded to a domestic disturbance with a weapon at a home in the 15000 block of SW 79th Avenue. Arriving officers found a man deceased inside the home, who had been shot. A relative inside the home is the person who shot him. That person is cooperating with the investigation and any charging decision will be made by the Washington County District Attorney’s Office. (Read the original press release and updated press release on this case.) 
  • A call at the Washington Square Mall led to a large police response, when a caller reported three young men with what appeared to be an AR-15 rifle and a handgun on the top floor of the parking garage. Officers determined the guns were replica BB weapons. The circumstances of the case did not meet statutory requirements for criminal charges, but the young men (ages 16, 18 and 18) have been trespassed from the mall. (Read more here.) 

Thursday, May 6, 2021:

  • At 3:41 p.m. a 60-year-old woman was hit by a van while crossing the street on SW 113th between Durham Rd. and SW Gabriel St. She was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. The driver involved is cooperating and no charges have been filed.
  • Officers assisted a neighboring police agency with a high-risk traffic stop and traffic control at the I-5 southbound / Highway 217 interchange.

Wednesday, May 5, 2021:

  • Around 8:02 a.m., officers responded to a road rage incident that followed a two-vehicle traffic crash along SW Pacific Highway. After both drivers stopped at a gas station in the 11400 block of SW Pacific Highway, the driver of a pickup truck grabbed the other one by the neck and slammed him against the ground. The suspect sped away after the assault. Officers were unable to locate the suspect.
  • An officer responded to a report of a man exposing himself to customers in the 15900 block of SW Hall around 10:20 a.m. The manager wanted the man trespassed from the establishment but did not want to press charges.
  • A prowler tampered with a lock and broke into a storage unit in the 11100 block of SW 68th Parkway within the last few days. In another incident, a victim reported that someone tampered with a lock and hinge of a storage unit in the 11700 block of SW Warner Avenue last month. There has been an uptick in storage unit thefts since the beginning of 2021**.
  • A travel trailer was stolen overnight in the 10900 block of SW Gaarde Street.

Tuesday, May 4, 2021:

  • Officers arrested a man for Robbery II that occurred at 10:33 a.m. in the 12200 block of SW Scholls Ferry Rd. The suspect yelled at employees in the loading dock of a grocery store that he had a gun and ordered them to empty their pockets. He kept reaching towards his backpack as he asked the victims if they wanted to die. The responding officer told the suspect to get on the ground multiple times, but he didn’t comply until the officer warned him that he would deploy his taser.
  • A catalytic converter was stolen from a 1990s Jeep Cherokee in the 7700 block of SW Bonita last week around 1:00p.m.

Monday, May 3, 2021:

  • Officers responded to a welfare check on a man in the 10800 block of SW Walnut Street around 4 p.m. An officer tried to engage him in conversation. The man reached for the officer’s gun and then a taser, but was thwarted.  He then took off running across SW Tiedeman onto SW Walnut heading east. He was hit by a van and he was transported to a trauma care center at a local hospital. Officers provided witnesses with referrals to the Hawthorn Center for emotional support following this traumatic incident.
  • An officer met a DHS worker at a childcare center after an employee reported child abuse. The girl had visible bruises and officers made sure the child was transported to the hospital for evaluation of her injuries. Detectives are following up on this case.
  • Officers took two burglary reports from businesses in the 7500 block of SW Dartmouth overnight, with the suspect damaging the back doors of these businesses. A cash register, cash and meat were reported stolen. Another business had damage to the door, but no burglary.

**Storage unit theft prevention: Since January 1, 2021, there have been over 30 break ins to storage units in Tigard.  Property stolen in these cases has included furniture, tools, appliances, TVs, safes and guns. Some things you can do:

  • Periodically check on your storage unit and car parked in the lot.
  • Lock units with a sturdy closed shackle padlock or disc lock.
  • Make an inventory of items in your storage unit, so you know what is in there. Take photos of valuables and write down serial numbers where possible. 
  • Don’t store property in vehicles left in the lot.
  • Report suspicious activity to police:
    • For immediate threats to life or property or crimes in progress, call 9-1-1.
    • For timely police response that is not an emergency, call the police non-emergency at 503-629-0111.

Snapshot of Calls: Monday, April 26th - Sunday, May 2nd

During the week, Tigard officers made 26 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Assault (4), Arrest Warrant (4), Shoplifting (3), Criminal Mischief (2), Criminal trespass (2), DUII (2), Failure to Appear (2), Burglary (1), Escape (1), Failure to Register as a Sex Offender (1), Harassment DV (1), Menacing-DV (1), Reckless Driving (2), Resisting Arrest (1), Robbery (1), Stalking (1), Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle (1), Unlawful Use of a Weapon (1), Violation of a Release Agreement (3) and Violation of Restraining Order (1)

Officers engaged in at least 949 activities during the week between dispatched calls for service and self-initiated contacts. Here are a few of those calls for the week: 

Sunday, May 2, 2021:

  • A man accidentally shot himself in the hand while cleaning his gun. He was taken to the hospital for treatment.
  • A convenience store employee in the 10700 block of SW Greenburg Road reported a customer who refused to wear a mask, refused to leave, and threatened the clerk when the clerk called police. The customer left before police arrived.
  • Two Prius owners reported their catalytic converters were stolen while their cars were parked in a garage in the 9300-9500 block of SW Washington Square Road:
    • One was stolen on May 2nd between 9:30 a.m. and 4:15 p.m.
    • Another was stolen on May 1st between 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.
  • A homeowner in the 13300 block of SW Genesis Loop reported his garage was burglarized, likely from the opener left in his unlocked car, and two road bikes were stolen. One bike was recovered on a nearby walking path.

Saturday, May 1, 2021:

  • A report of a disturbance with a weapon came in from a spa in the 11900 block of SW Pacific Highway. An employee pulled a knife on a customer after she reported the customer became angry and threatened her life. No one was hurt and no arrests were made.
  • A chronic case of domestic violence was reported between a boyfriend and girlfriend. Detectives and prosecutors are reviewing the case for potential criminal charges.
  • An 11-year-old left home but was found at a nearby park and was safely returned to her parents.

Friday, April 30, 2021:

  • Officers began a Karly’s Law investigation after a domestic disturbance was reported involving family members who had a physical fight that left visible injuries. (More information about Karly’s Law can be found here.
  • A man reported he found a decapitated cat in his neighborhood near 78th Ave & Spruce Street. Officers documented the case and took photos, but have no suspect information so far. The case is being investigated as aggravated animal abuse.
  • Officers assisted DHS and law enforcement with a welfare check in a neighboring city involving children living with a suspect in a sex abuse case.

Thursday, April 29, 2021:

  • An employee at a business in the 12000 block of SW Main Street reported a customer with a machete robbed the store. The clerk told police the man was trying to steal items, and when she asked him about his bag, he told her he had a machete and showed her the handle of it on his hip. Officers later located the man and the machete, and he was taken to jail charged with robbery II.
  • Just after 10:00 p.m. an officer responded truck that hit a post and was up on a curb in a commercial parking lot in the 11900 block of SW Pacific Highway. The driver was cited on charges of DUII – alcohol, reckless driving and criminal mischief.

Wednesday, April 28, 2021:

  • A man was arrested for Assault IV after punching his wife in the face and throwing her on the ground in front of their child around 2:00a.m.
  • Officers arrested a man for Assault IV, Unlawful Use of a Weapon and Menacing-Domestic Violence after responding to a call where he punched his girlfriend in the back of her head, pulled out a clump of hair and poked in her in the back with a hatchet.  He was also threatening to take her vehicle that she planned to use to leave him.
  • For resources related to Domestic Violence, including agencies that can help with a safety plan, visit:https://tigard-or.gov/police/domestic_violence_resources.php

Tuesday, April 27, 2021:

  • Around 1:10a.m. officers responded to a home on a report of a woman holding a knife to her arm and threatening suicide. By the time officers arrived, the husband had been able to get her to drop the knife. Officers were able to talk to the woman and husband through the door and were eventually let in some time later. Based on the risk, officers put her on a police officer’s hold and transported her to a hospital for evaluation.
  • Officers arrested a man on charges of Violation of a Release Agreement and Failure to Appear II after he was found in the company of a woman in violation of a no-contact order. They were called out to the 11000 block of SW 68th Parkway multiple times, including a call of this man yelling for tenants to let him into the apartment building. The man had brought a gun to the property a couple of weeks ago and tenants were naturally concerned. 

Monday, April 26, 2021:

  • A Tigard neighbor reported that someone tagged graffiti about police above the Arlington Neighborhood sign on SW 121st Avenue and Gaarde. The reporter promptly removed the graffiti. 
  • Officers responded to a disturbance call at a motel in the 13000 block of SW 68th Parkway around 10:45a.m. One woman reportedly broke into a motel room and stole a cell phone of an ex-girlfriend and left. When she returned, the victim blocked her car from leaving. The suspect threw and broke her phone and then hit the victim with a wooden baton. Officers are following up on this case.
  • Several thefts from vehicles parked at businesses and residences were reported with thieves stealing binoculars, a purse, backpack, sunglasses, cash, guns, gun safe and tools. Some vehicles were left unlocked while windows were broken in others to gain access to the vehicle. Thefts reported on 4/26/21 and 4/27/21 occurred on the:
    • 7900 block of SW Kelso Court
    • 8000 block of SW Churchill Ct
    • 14000 block of Sw 74th Ave
    • 9000 block of SW Durham
    • 12100 block of SW Hollow Lane
    • 15800 block of SW 80th Avenue

For car prowl prevention tips, click here and scroll down to the tab titled Car Prowl  (Theft from Vehicles).


Snapshot of Calls: Monday, April 19th - Sunday, April 25th
During the week, Tigard officers made 18 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (18), Assault IV (Domestic Violence) (1), Assault IV (1), Disorderly Conduct II (1), DUII – Alcohol (1), DUII (1), False Information To Police (1), Harassment (Domestic Violence) (1), Hit and Run-Vehicle-Property (1), Strangulation (Domestic Violence) (1), Theft II-Shoplift (1), Theft I-Shoplift (1), Unlawful Use of a Stun Gun (1), Violation of Restraining Order (1)

Officers engaged in at least 917 activities during the week between dispatched calls for service and self-initiated contacts. Here are a few of those calls for the week: 

Sunday, April 25, 2021:

  • Officers were called to a reported disturbance with a weapon near a sports bar in the 11500 block of SW Pacific Highway. Upon arrival, the involved parties walked away from officers. Officers could not identify a victim and witnesses were uncooperative. No arrests were made.
  • Over the course of 2 ½ hours, officers received at least 5 calls from people reporting a woman who was barefoot, yelling and appeared to be in a mental health crisis. Officers attempted to offer her assistance several times, but she declined. Officers noted that her apparent mental health crisis was escalating, and they called for help from members of the Washington County Crisis Team. Before the crisis team could arrive, a caller reported the woman had stepped into traffic on 99W and was blocking the road. Officers detained the woman for her safety on a police officer hold and medics took her to a hospital for an evaluation.
  • A juvenile sex crime case was reported to Tigard Police. The investigation remains active and no further information can be released at this time.

Saturday, April 24, 2021:

  • Just after midnight, officers responded to a domestic disturbance at a home on SW 104th Avenue. Officers learned a mother and her adult daughter had been physically fighting with each other. Officers could not determine a primary aggressor and no arrests were made. Both women were impaired and were separated for the night.
  • Around 8:30 p.m. a driver was cited for DUII after crashing his car into a pole near SW Walnut Street & Tiedeman Avenue. His blood alcohol content was measured at 0.16% - twice the legal limit. He was released to his fiancée.
  • Two juveniles were contacted at Tigard High School after they were seen doing cookies on the school turf in a golf cart. The juveniles admitted to taking the golf cart from a school storage area. They were released to their parents. Officers will follow up with the high school to determine whether there are damages.

Friday, April 23, 2021:

  • Officers investigated a case of child neglect, where three young children were left alone at home for an extended period. Officers were unable to reach their mother, and a relative picked up the children. DHS was notified.
  • A Tigard Police Officer who serves on the county-wide Crisis Negotiation Unit responded to assist Hillsboro Police with a CNU call.

Thursday, April 22, 2021:

  • A man was arrested on charges relating to domestic violence after physically attacking his girlfriend. He was taken to jail on charges of strangulation, unlawful use of a stun gun and assault IV.
  • A stolen vehicle was recovered near 99W and 217 by the cell tower. The locks to the gate around the tower had been cut. The car had been reported stolen overnight from Springwood Drive. No one was with the car when it was found.

Wednesday, April 21, 2021:

  • Around 6:45a.m. in the 12600 block of SW Springwood, an unknown white male adult stole a Silver 2010 Toyota Rav 4 from the driveway as it was warming up with the keys in the ignition. 
  • A Tigard resident lost $3,500 in a scam. A man named Mark from Texas contacted her by phone stating that he worked for Amazon and needed to send her a link to communicate with her, which she clicked on.  After opening the link, she saw her bank accounts being manipulated. Mark told her to pay him $3500 in gift cards to regain control over her accounts. She is working with the bank to determine what happened with her account.  

Tuesday, April 20, 2021:

  • When asked to leave the store for not wearing a mask, a man swung a punch and missed hitting a store employee around 6:00a.m. in the 15500 block of SW Pacific Highway. The suspect exited the store and then approached a streetsweeper vehicle, yelling and swearing. He hit the driver’s side door and window and walked away. The suspect was arrested for Assault IV, Disorderly Conduct and two arrest warrants out of Albany and Linn County.
  • At 7:28p.m. officers were dispatched to Dirksen Nature Park on the report of a pickup truck missing its license plates and wheels parked near the baseball field. The vehicle had been reported stolen.

Monday, April 19, 2021:

  • A store clerk in the 13000 block of SW Pacific Highway was threatened by a customer with a gun around 3p.m. The customer had just purchased car parts and the clerk inspected the merchandise sold before she left the store. The customer returned to the store claiming that a part she had just purchased was broken. This item was different from any of the parts she had purchased. When the clerk refused to refund her money, she threatened to shoot him and drove by the shop with a male passenger who pointed a gun in his direction. Officers were unable to locate the suspects whose vehicle had an out of state license plate.
  • While the owner was shopping in the 7600 block of SW Dartmouth at 9:30pm, someone broke the rear passenger window of his Infiniti and stole a data printer, sporting shoes and clothes for a loss of nearly $800.
  • On 4/19  and 4/20/21, catalytic converters were stolen from a:
    • 1998 GMC Passenger Van in the 7300 block of SW Kable. The business owner stated that another catalytic converter had been stolen the previous night.
    • Ford Transit Connect delivery truck in the 7500 block of SW Tech Center Drive
    • 1973 Ford Truck on SW114th Avenue and Bull Mountain.
    • 2005 Prius in the 14000 block of SW 112th Court

Snapshot of Calls: Monday, April 12th - Sunday, April 18th
During the week, Tigard officers made 23 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (16), Assault (3), DUII (3), Violation of Restraining Order (2), Strangulation (1), Criminal Trespass (1), Driving While Suspended (1), Harassment (1), Hit and Run - Vehicle / Property (1), Improper Use of 911 (1), Kidnapping (1), Menacing-Physical and Weapon (1), Shoplifting (1), Theft by Receiving (1), Theft of Mail (1) and Unlawful Entry Into a Motor Vehicle (1).     

Officers engaged in at least 953 activities during the week between dispatched calls for service and self-initiated contacts. Here are a few of those calls for the week: 

Sunday, April 18, 2021:

  • A 17-month-old boy fell from a second story window at an apartment complex in the 16100 block of SW 108th Avenue. The boy was taken to the hospital with injuries that are thankfully not life threatening. As warmer weather arrives, this is a good reminder for all parents with young children to secure windows. Learn more here: https://www.tvfr.com/151/Children.
  • A catalytic converter was reported stolen sometime over the weekend from a work truck in the 7300 block of SW Kable Lane.

Saturday, April 17, 2021:

  • A possible fentanyl overdose was reported in the 9400 block of SW Maplewood Drive around 3:30 p.m. Officers arrived shortly before medics, and a man was taken to the hospital.
  • A man was cited for DUI – alcohol and driving while suspended after being pulled over near SW 99W & SW 65th Avenue. The man’s blood alcohol content was 0.15% - nearly twice the legal limit.

Friday, April 16, 2021:

  • Officers responded to a disturbance at a restaurant in the 13800 block of SW Pacific Highway. Employees reported a customer refused to wear a mask and was yelling at workers. The customer was trespassed from the location and agreed not to return.
  • A woman was cited for mail theft after a man reported seeing her rifling through a business mailbox in the 14800 block of SW 72nd Avenue. Later in the day the same woman was seen trying car door handles and entering at least one car near SW 72nd Avenue and SW Mapleleaf Street. She was cited for unlawful entry into a motor vehicle, but the Washington County Jail could not lodge her due to intake restrictions.
  • A teenage girl reported being the target of vandalism at her home due to her religious beliefs. Officers have not yet identified a suspect but are investigating the case as a bias crime.

Thursday, April 15, 2021:

  • A sexual assault was reported to officers and is being investigated by detectives as first-degree rape.
  • Officers responded to reports of a woman running into traffic in the 11400 block of SW Pacific Highway. The woman appeared to be under the influence of drugs and was taken to the hospital on a police officer’s hold for her safety.
  • A car was stolen from an apartment complex in the 16100 block of SW 108th Avenue at 11:00 a.m. and was found on fire 45 minutes later along I-5 northbound near Carman Drive. No suspects have yet been identified.

Wednesday, April 14, 2021:

  • Overnight, a thief broke the passenger side window and stole cash from the console of a 2015 Chevy Truck that was locked and parked in the driveway in the 12400 block of SW 122nd Avenue.
  • An officer cited a Tigard resident for Improper Use of 9-1-1 after he called multiple times during the last two weeks and alleged an emergency resulting in police response in 12300 block of SW Hall Boulevard around 3:45pm. Officers quickly discovered that there was no emergency.  
  • Officers responded to a burglary in progress at a commercial building in the 8000 block of SW Pfaffle Street around 9:58pm. A janitor called police after encountering a man in a restroom. Officers and one of our K9 teams conducted a search of the building and found the man hiding in a file room on the second floor. The suspect exhibited signs of impairment, was not compliant and reached toward his waist band as officers tried to put handcuffs on him. Ultimately, they were able to detain the man and charge him with criminal trespass. 

Tuesday, April 13, 2021:

  • Officers arrested a man for Assault IV-Domestic Violence and Strangulation after he kicked and choked his girlfriend around 6am.
  • In the 11500 block of SW Pacific Highway, five catalytic converters were reported stolen from U-Haul trucks. The theft occurred on the previous day around 11am.
  • During the early afternoon, a 1996 Subaru Impreza was stolen in the 15100 block of SW Royalty Parkway along with tools stored in the vehicle. In an unrelated incident, a 2010 Chevrolet Silverado was stolen midday in the 14000 block of SW Sequoia Parkway; the key had been left in the vehicle. 
  • While on a routine patrol around 11:10pm, an officer observed a Nissan SUV driving without lights and swerving. The driver had a .28% blood alcohol level and was arrested for DUII.    

Monday, April 12, 2021:

  • A 1997 Toyota red pickup was stolen overnight in the 11200 block of SW Summerfield Drive.
  • Officers spoke to a Tigard senior who received an email from “Publishers Clearing House” stating that he had won $900,000. The sender attached a photo of the check. The senior was instructed to set up a savings account at a US Bank account in Beaverton. A community member overheard his phone conversation near the bank and warned him that he was being defrauded. The bank also recognized that this new account seemed suspicious. Fortunately, they were able to intervene before the fraudsters were able to steal $2,000 that had been transferred to the new account.
  • At 6:28p.m., officers responded to a retail store in the 9400 block of SW Washington Square Road on a report that four male juveniles were dropping stink bombs in the store. Although some merchandise was damaged, the store didn’t want to press charges. Officers trespassed the juveniles from the store at the request of staff and contacted their parents.

Snapshot of Calls: Monday, April 5th - Sunday, April 11th
During the week, Tigard officers made 24 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (8), Shoplifting (6), Assault (4), DUII (4), Criminal Mischief (3), Strangulation (2), Aggravated Theft I - Shoplifting (1), Burglary (1), Disorderly Conduct (1), Distribution of a Controlled Subsance - Heroin (1), Failure to Carry or Present License (1), Harassment (2), Hit and Run - Vehicle / Property (1), Interferance With Making a Report (1), PO Detainer (1), Possession of Burglar Tool / Theft Device (1), Possession of a Controlled Substance - Methamphetamine (1), Reckless Driving (1), Resisting Arres - Interfering With Law Enforcement (1), Violation of Restraining Order (1).

Officers engaged in at least 844 activities during the week between dispatched calls for service and self-initiated contacts. Here are a few of those calls for the week: 

Sunday, April 11, 2021:

  • Around 8:30 p.m. an officer pulled over a speeding driver towing a trailer and passing several cars on the side of I-5 near the Carmen Drive exit. Due to the driver’s behavior, the officer thought the driver may be impaired. The driver refused to present his license or get out of the car. Additional officers responded and attempted to remove the driver from the car. The driver pushed an officer toward traffic on I-5 and officers deployed a Taser. The driver was taken to jail and his passenger was arrested on a felony warrant.
  • Officers were called to a disturbance over mask wearing at an elementary school in the 12300 block of SW Katherine Street. An outdoor church gathering was underway and some people got into a verbal argument over wearing masks. Officers did a walk-through of the area, which included ample room for physical distancing, and did not note any enforceable issues.
  • Officers responded to a three-car rear-end crash on Hwy 217 SB around 11:30 a.m. One person was checked out at the hospital.

Saturday, April 10, 2021:

  • A man wanted for a stabbing in Cornelius and a second stabbing in Wilsonville got into a pursuit that ended in Tigard, where he took off on foot. Tigard Police officers helped take him into custody. More:  https://www.co.washington.or.us/_cs_upload/News/sonews/1903716_1.pdf.
  • A man was cited for theft II – shoplift after employees at a store in the 14800 block of SW Sequoia Parkway reported he stole hundreds of dollars in merchandise.
  • The owner of a business in the 9800 block of SW Washington Square Road reported several catalytic converters were stolen from U-Haul trucks parked in the business lot overnight. Officers will review surveillance video.

Friday, April 9, 2021:

  • Officers responded to a call of a disturbance with a weapon at 10:23pm at an apartment complex in the 11000 block of SW 68th Parkway. There was a verbal fight between adults outside, and a witness reported a man pointed a gun at another man, then ran off before police arrived. A short K-9 track was conducted but he was not located. The investigation remains open and nobody was hurt.
  • Officers developed probable cause to arrest a man for harassment (domestic violence) against his girlfriend.
  • Just after 2:00 a.m. a man was cited for DUII – alcohol after officers responded to a disturbance between roommates in the 11300 block of SW Bull Mountain Road. Officers learned the roommates had been drinking and the man took off in a car to cool down. His blood alcohol content was 0.12%.

Thursday, April 8, 2021:

  • Officers developed probable cause to arrest a man for assault IV (misdemeanor) after the victim reported being repeatedly hit on the head and assaulted.
  • A homeowner reported a package was stolen from her home in the 9100 block of SW Center Street.

Wednesday, April 7, 2021:

  • At 3:08 a.m., officers performed a welfare check on a man who was slumped in a running vehicle that was parked in the middle of a store parking lot in the 7500 block of SW Dartmouth. As officers approached the vehicle, the man jolted up and exhibited signs of impairment. Officers discovered controlled substances during a search of his vehicle and charged him with DUII controlled substance and possession of heroin and methamphetamine.
  • Officers received a call at 4:14 p.m. about a woman selling tools out of a truck in the 11500 block of SW Pacific Highway. Officers were able to locate her vehicle after she drove away to a nearby location. The truck had been reported stolen earlier that day from a business in Washington. She was cited for a recovered stolen vehicle.
  • Around 6:05 pm, officers responded to a report of a man opening the door to a home in the 11400 block of SW Greenburg Road and fleeing when he saw there were occupants inside. Officers conducted a K9 track, but were unable to locate the suspect.

Tuesday, April 6, 2021:

  • Officers were called out to the 10800 block of SW Hall Boulevard on a report of a stabbing. After an earlier encounter with a neighbor, a male suspect broke into his apartment around 11:40am, argued, stabbed him and was also stabbed during the altercation. The suspect was transported to a local hospital and charged with burglary I and assault II.
  • Someone pried the locks on three mailboxes of a community mailbox in the 15700 block of SW Hamlet overnight.

Monday, April 5, 2021:

  • Tigard officers assisted Portland Police on a catalytic converter investigation involving a suspect who was also stealing from Tigard. The suspect admitted to stealing 3-4 a night and was ultimately lodged in the Multnomah County jail.
  • Officers responded to an overdose call at 10:40am where a man had taken a lot of pills and left his home on foot. They located him hiding in a shed in another yard nearby and took him to a local hospital. After reaching the hospital, officers discovered that the man had stabbed his wife prior to the overdose call. The investigation is ongoing.
  • An officer took an identity theft report where a Tigard resident received a letter from the Oregon Unemployment Department stating that he had submitted an unemployment claim.

 Snapshot of Calls: Monday, March 29th - Sunday, April 4th
During the week, Tigard officers made 23 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (12), DUII (3), Shoplifting (3), Assault (Domestic Violence) (2), Criminal Mistreatment (2), Driving While Suspended (2), Unlawful Use of a Weapon (2), Criminal Trespass (2), Strangulation (1), Assault IV Witnessed by a Child (1), Public Indecency (1), Attempting to Elude While Driving a Motor Vehicle (1), Criminal Mischief (1), Harassment DV (1), Hit and Run Vehicle-Property (1), Menacing-Physical or Weapon (1), Possession of Controlled Substance-Methamphetamine (1) and Reckless Driving(1).


More catalytic converter thefts were reported this week. Prevention tips can be found here

Sunday, April 4, 2021:DUII_Crash_04-4-21

  • Around 6:45 a.m. a car was stolen while it was left idling in the 7500 block of SW Bonita Road. A relative of the car owner tried to stop the car and was dragged for a short time. She was taken to the hospital to be checked out.
  • A hit and run was reported at SW Bull Mountain Road and SW Roy Rogers, where the driver of an SUV was swerving all over the road, sideswiped another car and kept going. The driver crashed down an embankment roughly half a mile down the road, and the SUV landed on its side in some water. The driver managed to get out and was taken to the hospital. He was later charged with DUII. Picture attached. 

Saturday, April 3, 2021:

  • Three catalytic converters were stolen overnight from commercial vehicles on 99W near 72nd Avenue.
  • Officers developed probable cause to arrest a man on charges relating to domestic violence. A K-9 track was conducted but the man was not located at the scene. The investigation remains active.
  • A vehicle that was stolen from Hillsboro this morning was recovered. The car was ditched near Hwy 217 & SW 72nd Avenue.

Friday, April 2, 2021:

  • A trailer full of scrap metal was reported stolen from a business in the 9500 block of SW Tigard Street. The investigation is ongoing.
  • Several reports came in of a suspected drunk driver on 99W. Officers tried to pull over the driver, but the driver didn’t stop and led officers on a short pursuit. The driver continued into Beaverton, hit several medians and signs and ultimately crashed in a yard in the Washington County Sheriff’s Office jurisdiction. The driver had a blood alcohol content of 0.26% - more than three times the legal limit – and was arrested on several charges across multiple agencies.

Thursday, April 1, 2021:

  • A driver was arrested for DUII (alcohol) on SW Sequoia Parkway near SW Boones Ferry Road after dispatchers were notified of a swerving vehicle in Beaverton. The driver’s blood alcohol content was 0.13% - nearly twice the legal limit. He was cited and released to his daughter.
  • Neighbors reported an elderly man was left alone and wandered out of his care facility in the 11600 block of SW 129th Place. His caretaker was cited for criminal mistreatment.

Wednesday, March 31, 2021:

  • Just after 3:30 a.m. today officers responded to a call of 15-20 gunshots heard in a residential neighborhood. Arriving officers found a man with a gun inside his neighbor’s garage in the 6800 block of SW Pine Street. For more info, click here
  • At 5:25a.m., an unknown suspect smashed the front glass door of a business in the 11900 block of SW Pacific Highway, stole a compound hunting bow and ran off.  A K-9 team pursued the suspect but could not locate him. Detectives are investigating.

Tuesday, March 30, 2021:

  • Around 3:30a.m. someone stole a catalytic converter from a 2000 Ford F-350 work truck in the 14800 block of SW 74th Avenue.
  • A man and woman were cited for theft by deception after they switched the merchandise tag on a door for a lower priced item around 5:22pm in the 14800 block of Sequoia Parkway. The man was also charged with possession of a controlled substance after a search of their vehicle yielded three grams of methamphetamine while the woman was cited for two arrest warrants.

Monday, March 29, 2021:

  • Around 3:05a.m., Tigard officers responded to a report of a rape involving an acquaintance. The victim’s friend pursued the suspect by vehicle and called the police reporting his direction of travel. Beaverton Police stopped the car with a spike strip. The suspect ran from the vehicle, but was apprehended after a K9 team successfully tracked him. Tigard detectives are following up on this case.
  • An officer took a report involving a resident who received a letter from First Collection Service about a delinquent electric bill from DTE Energy in Detroit in the amount of $779.80. The resident is also contacting DTE Energy directly about this notice.

Snapshot of Calls: Monday, March 22nd - Sunday, March 28th
During the week, Tigard officers made 29 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (16), PO Detainer (4), DUII - Alcohol (Misd) (3), Assault IV (Domestic Violence - Misd) (1), Carrying A Concealed Weapon (1), Disorderly Conduct II (1), Failure To Register As Sex Offender (Misd) (1), Felon In Possession Of A Restricted Weapon (Misd) (1), Harassment (Domestic Violence) (1), Harassment (Physical Contact) (1), Hit And Run - Vehicle-Property (1), Interfering With Peace Officer (1), Littering In/Near Waterway (1), Possession of Burglar Tool/Theft Device (1), Public Indecency (Felony) (1), Reckless Driving (1), Recovered Stolen Vehicle For Other Agency (UUMV) (1), Resisting Arrest (1), Theft I (By Deception) (1), Theft III (Shoplift) (1), Theft II (Shoplift) (1), Theft 1 - Of Bicycle (1), Violation of Restraining Order (1) 

Sunday, March 28, 2021:

  • A home in the 12700 block of SW Morning Hill Court was burglarized overnight. The resident reported the garage door was left open and someone stole a safe and BB gun.
  • An officer assisted a man whose golf clubs were stolen, then were posted for sale online. The seller met the man and officers recovered the clubs. They learned the seller bought the clubs from another party. The investigation is ongoing.
  • Callers reported trucks doing burnouts and cookies in the parking lot of a movie theater in the 11600 block of SW Pacific Highway. Officers responded and the drivers left the area.

Saturday, March 27, 2021:

  • A man was cited for felony public indecency, after employees at a restaurant in the 11900 block of SW Pacific Highway reported a man on the sidewalk touching himself inappropriately.
  • Officers assisted Tualatin Police with a domestic disturbance involving a gun.
  • Several callers reported various suspected drunk drivers and road rage incidents. Most drivers were contacted, and officers found no evidence of DUII cases.

Friday, March 26, 2021:

  • A driver reported another driver pulled out a gun and tapped it on his car window in the parking lot of a store in the 7600 block of SW Dartmouth Street. The driver with the gun left the area and officers are following up.
  • An employee at a store in the 14800 block of SW Sequoia Parkway called to report a known shoplifting suspect in the store and asked that he be trespassed. A responding officer determined the man had shoplifted again. He was jailed on charges of theft III – shoplift, possession of burglar tool/theft device, felon in possession of restricted weapon and carrying a concealed weapon.
  • A man reported his debit card was used to pay for lodging in Long Island, NY. The man was still in possession of his card and did not know how the card number was compromised.

Thursday, March 25, 2021:

  • Just before 2:30 p.m. officers responded to a gas station in the 11290 block of SW Bull Mountain Road, where a customer stole a display case of vape pens worth thousands of dollars and ran out the door. Officers are reviewing surveillance video and the investigation is open.
  • Officers responded to a house fire near SW 84th Avenue & SW Pfaffle Street. The first officer on scene made sure the family (a 100-year-old resident and his 80-year-old son) were safely out of the home. Firefighters from TVF&R arrived quickly and took over, while officers helped with traffic control in the area.
  • Several callers reported a man wearing tactical gear filming himself on a sidewalk. Officers determined there was no crime and did not contact the man. After a few patrols in the area, the man left.
  • Just before 9:00 p.m. officers responded to a three-car rear-end crash on SW 99W & SW Park Street. The at-fault driver showed signs of impairment and his blood alcohol content was measured at 0.22% - nearly three times the legal limit. He was jailed on charges of DUII – alcohol and reckless driving.

Wednesday, March 24, 2021:

  • Six storage units were broken into in the 11700 block of SW Warner Avenue overnight. The extent of the losses is not known at this time.
  • Officers took a man to jail on an arrest warrant for sex crimes involving a minor around 2:45p.m. in the 6900 block of SW Atlanta Street.

Tuesday, March 23, 2021:

  • Tigard Police arrested a man for a restraining order violation after they received a report about him driving up to the home of his estranged wife and texting her a week ago, which were all actions prohibited under the order.
  • Around 5:50 p.m., officers were called to a pub in the 11500 block of SW Durham Road involving a patron who became aggressive, including yelling and kicking employees, when she was cut off from alcohol service. She was stumbling, falling, kicking and screaming at officers and resisting arrest.  Officers were able to gain control and took her to a hospital on a police officer hold. Employees declined to press charges. 
  • Officers were dispatched to a burglary in progress at 7:31 p.m. in the 11500 block of SW Beef Bend Road. The resident left her apartment for about five minutes and saw a man enter her place through the back door. Officers did a premises check and a K-9 was used to track the suspect, but he was not located.

Monday, March 22, 2021:

  • Tigard Police took a woman on a police officers hold related to a call that started around 11:22 p.m. on the previous day and continued through 12:43 a.m. A homeowner called in a welfare check after finding a woman who was naked except for a blanket in 40 degree rainy weather on the back deck of his residence. The woman was screaming for help and wanted to leave. The woman had a strong odor of alcohol, stated that she scared and was reluctant to talk to officers.  Officers got her to stay inside a warm patrol vehicle until the ambulance arrived.
  • Officers were called out to the 14400 block of SW Pacific Highway at 12:22p.m. on a report of man checking door handles on cars in a shopping center parking lot. When they contacted the suspect, they determined he had two warrants out for his arrest and took him to jail.
  • The driver’s and rear windows were broken out of two work vans in the 15800 block of SW Upper Boones Ferry Road over Friday night. Nothing was reporting stolen.
  • Someone broke the lock on a cargo trailer and stole tools in the 17200 block of SW Forest Hollow Street.

 

Snapshot of Calls: Monday, March 15th - Sunday, March 21st
During the week, Tigard officers made 25 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (14), DUII-Alcohol and Controlled Substance (6) Assault (Domestic Violence) (2), Criminal Trespass (2), Driving While Suspended (2), Reckless Driving (2), Shoplifting (2), Assault-misdemeanor (1), Criminal Mischief (1), Disorderly Conduct (1), Theft Other (1), Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle (1) and Unlawful Entry into a Motor Vehicle (1).

Sunday, March 21, 2021

  • Officers were called out on a domestic disturbance at 1:18a.m. in the 11400 block of SW Pacific Highway and arrested a man for Assault IV after he shoved his boyfriend into a vehicle and struck him with his fists.
  • Officers responded to a report involving a shoplifter fleeing a store in the 14800 block of SW Sequoia Parkway at 5:45p.m. after he stole a miter saw and hand truck. Loss prevention specialists followed the suspect until he entered the I-5 freeway crossing both northbound and southbound lanes, dodging vehicles along the way. At least one driver had to slam on their brakes to avoid hitting him.  Officers located and arrested him for Theft I and Disorderly Conduct.

Saturday, March 20, 2021

  • Around 1:30 p.m. several people called 911 reporting an erratic driver in a white car with extensive front-end damage and a shredded tire. The driver was seen texting, swerving and drifting into oncoming traffic on northbound 99W. An officer tried to pull the driver over, but the driver kept going before eventually coming to a stop in the parking lot of a bank. The officer saw the driver and passenger make a lot of movements inside the car and reach for things in the vehicle. They would not comply with commands to show their hands. The officer called for back-up, including a K-9. Officers from neighboring jurisdictions arrived to help. The driver repeatedly put his hand near a knife, which was clipped to his pocket. After many loud commands via a PA and with the help of the additional officers, the driver was safely taken into custody. He was charged with DUII – controlled substance.

Friday, March 19, 2021

  • Around 3:00a.m., a Tigard resident was awakened by her dogs barking in the 11200 block of SW Springwood Drive. Later that morning she found that two of her vehicles had been broken into. Her vehicle registration, driver’s license and stock radio were stolen. The cars were not locked.
  • A DHS worker and an officer visited a home at 1:00p.m. to check on the children living there after it was revealed that the parents were using methamphetamine in the home and the father was hospitalized for an overdose. The children were taken to the hospital for evaluation due to signs of physical abuse and neglect. The investigation is ongoing.
  • Before 1:00p.m., officers were dispatched to a welfare check after a caller reported a friend was intoxicated and told him that she planned to jump into traffic in the 15600 block of SW Upper Boones Ferry to end her life. Officers spoke to family members and took her to the hospital on a police officer hold for evaluation.

Thursday, March 18, 2021

  • While the victim was at an appointment for thirty minutes around 8:45a.m., someone stole a backpack blower, a pole saw, chain saw and other tools from the bed of a work truck in the 9300 block of SW Greenburg Road. 
  • Tigard Police made three more arrests related to the January 7th riots. Please click here for more information. 
  • Tigard officers were monitoring the roadways for DUII drivers during the St. Patrick’s day holiday week, resulting in 6 DUIIs. They stopped the following drivers among others:
    • 3/17/21:  A man was arrested for DUII and Reckless Driving after a Tigard officer observed his vehicle drive over a curb along in the 11500 block of SW Durham Road at 11:23p.m. Because the suspect refused to take a Intoxilyzer test, the officer obtained a search warrant for a blood test. The suspect’s vehicle was towed.
    • 3/18/21: Around 2:30a.m., an officer arrested a driver for DUII after observing her driving the wrong way on SW Pacific Highway near SW Bull Mountain Road. Her blood alcohol content was .19%, over twice the legal limit. She was released to the custody of a friend.
    • 3/18/21: Around 11:13p.m. an officer conducted a traffic stop on a driver who was straddling two lanes while headed southbound on SW Pacific Highway near SW 71st Avenue. The driver was charged with DUII after his blood alcohol level registered .17%, over twice the legal limit.

Wednesday, March 17, 2021

  • Around 11:35p.m., a mother called dispatch to report that her 4-year old daughter had been drugged and molested. The case is being investigated. While responding, officers observed that the mother was acting erratically and discovered that she had an extraditable warrant out of Texas for her arrest on a probation violation for child abandonment and endangerment. She was taken into custody and DHS is involved. 
  • An officer responded to a call at 8:00p.m. involving the theft of Nike and Ralph Lauren clothing in the 9300 block of SW Washington Square Road. Loss prevention confronted the suspect who then ran with the clothing toward the store exit, but dropped all of the merchandise before leaving. The suspect is believed to be involved in other incidents. 

Tuesday, March 16, 2021

  • A landlord in the 10500 block of SW Pathfinder Way called to have former tenants trespassed who had just been evicted through the civil court process. Officers were called out to the location multiple times and gave warnings to the individuals. The landlord ultimately changed the locks.
  • A detective arrested a man for theft II shoplifting after the suspect stole $446 worth of wine on 3/6/21 in the 12200 block of SW Scholls Ferry Road. The detective was able to identify the suspect from video footage. The suspect had been arrested for a DUII the previous week by a Tigard officer and the same wine reported stolen had been found in his vehicle during that arrest. 
Monday, March 15, 2021

  • Officers were dispatched to a burglary in progress on the 7100 block of SW Gonzaga Street after 3:00a.m. A man was slamming a rock into the ground and trying a door handle to the building. The officer conducted a premise check, finding the subject. There was no damage, the man was looking for shelter, was provided resources and agreed to move along.
  • A community member was awakened around 5:50a.m. to a loud noise outside her apartment in the 10900 block of SW Hall Boulevard and discovered the back window to her Honda Civic had been broken. Nothing was apparently missing.
  • Tigard Police are investigating an identity theft report where someone took out a Small Business Association loan for a business the victim had closed years ago. The victim had received notices requesting repayment of the loan.


Snapshot of Calls: Monday, March 8th - Sunday, March 14th
During the week, Tigard officers made 30 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (19), Driving While Suspended/Revoked (Misd) (4), Theft III – Shoplift (3), Violation of Restraining Order (3), DUII – (2), Probation Violation (2), Theft II – Shoplift (2), DUII – Alcohol (2), Strangulation (Domestic Violence – Felony) (1), Disorderly Conduct II (1), Burglary II (1), Assault IV – Witnessed By Child (Felony) (1), Robbery III (1), Menacing – Threat No Weapon (1), Theft III – Of Services (1), Driving While Suspended Revoked (Felony) (1), Criminal Trespass II (1), Reckless Driving (1), Recklessly Endangering (1), Hit And Run – Vehicle – Property (1)

Sunday, March 14, 2021

  • Officers responded to a welfare check in the 9500 block of SW Shady Place and discovered a 72-year-old woman deceased in her home. The death is believed to be from natural causes.
  • A burglary was reported in the 9200 block of SW Oak Street. The caller reported two men with flashlights entered the back of an unoccupied home. Officers found no evidence of a crime.

Saturday, March 13, 2021

  • A woman was cited for DUII after she crashed into a light pole at the intersection of SW Summerfield Drive & SW Highland Drive around 8:00 p.m. Her blood alcohol content was 0.21% percent – nearly three times the legal limit. She was released to her husband.
  • A woman reported an ongoing issue of fraudulent credit card use on her account. She believes the scammer is someone she knows and police are investigating.

Friday, March 12, 2021

  • Officers investigated a burglary at a hotel in the 9000 block of SW Washington Square Road, after a man stole cell phones from an employee-only area. The man was located and cited, and the phones were returned to their rightful owners.
  • Employees at a jewelry store in the 9500 block of SW Washington Square Road reported customers used a stolen credit card to make a $15,000 purchase. Officers learned the credit card was stolen from an athletic club locker in Beaverton. The investigation is ongoing.
  • A man was cited for theft, after loss prevention employees at a store in the 9000 block of SW Hall Blvd reported he stole a TV. Responding officers found the man nearby with the TV still in the shopping cart. Store employees provided surveillance video and the man was trespassed from store property for 2 years.
  • A man was arrested for DUII and reckless driving after a witness reported he was driving erratically and briefly went into oncoming traffic on 99W near SW McDonald Street.

Thursday, March 11, 2021

  • Around 10:00 p.m. a business owner in the 14600 block of SW 74th Avenue reported a suspicious truck parking near their work vehicles. It appeared the person or people in the truck may have potentially been trying to steal catalytic converters. The business owner managed to scare them off through a live surveillance camera system, and police are investigating.
  • Neighbors reported concerns about a 6-year-old child who may be left alone for long periods of time. The case has been referred to DHS for follow up.

Wednesday, March 10, 2021

  • A dump truck was stolen from a construction site overnight at SW Fir Street and SW 72nd Avenue. 
  • Officers responded to a theft in progress at 8:15a.m. in the 12000 block of SW Main Street, arresting a man, who had been trespassed the day before, for Criminal Trespass II, Shoplifting III, Menacing-Threat No Weapon and Disorderly Conduct II. The man, who has a history of aggression toward officers, was screaming and cussing at store employees when he was asked to leave and berated responding officers. He pounded his fists on the patrol vehicle and balled up his fists as he aggressively approached one of the officers. A second officer was able to gain compliance by pointing a Taser at him and the suspect was taken into custody without incident. The taser was never used. Community members in the area were visibly concerned about the suspect’s behavior. 
  • A catalytic converter theft was reported from a 1996 Ford Van in the 15600 block of SW 98th Avenue. For crime prevention tips, visit https://tigard-or.gov/police/news.php.      

Tuesday, March 9, 2021

  • A man was arrested for Assault IV Witnessed by a Child, Strangulation and a Probation Violation after officers were dispatched to the 11200 block of SW Greenburg on a disturbance call at an apartment around 12:40a.m. 
  • The following vehicles were reported stolen:
    • A Honda Odyssey in the 16600 block of SW Snowdale Road around 6:00a.m. The vehicle was reportedly locked.
    • A 2003 Black Ford Excursion overnight in the 7500 block of SW Varn Street. 
  • Officers arrested a woman for Robbery III, Theft II and multiple arrest warrants after she stole a massager and a Nike hat in the 9100 block of SW Washington Square Road and pushed a store employee on her way out of the door.
Monday, March 8, 2021
    • A burglar entered a home through the back-slider door and broke a bedroom window in the 10200 block of SW 70th Avenue overnight. Nothing was apparently missing.injury_crash_03_08
    • A catalytic converter was stolen from a 2008 Toyota Prius overnight in the 8500 block of SW Pfaffle Street.
    • Around 9:00p.m., a man was arrested for DUII and Reckless Driving after officers responded to an injury crash. The suspect was traveling eastbound on SW Durham Road in a Chevy sedan and departed from his lane, and went into oncoming traffic, crashing head on into another vehicle. The suspect was transported to the hospital. Drugs and paraphernalia were found in the suspect’s vehicle. (Picture included)

Snapshot of Calls: Monday, March 1st - Sunday, March 7th
During the week, Tigard officers made 23 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (12), Criminal Mischief (3), Criminal Trespass (2), Driving While Suspended (2), DUII (2), Parole Officer Violation (2), Robbery (2), Shoplifting (3), Burglary (1), Harassment (1), Possession Burglar Tool/Theft Device (1), Reckless Driving (1), Recklessly Endangering (1), Theft (Lost/Mislaid Property) (1) and Unlawful Purchase of Firearm (1). 

Sunday, March 7, 2021

  •  A business owner in the 11600 block of SW Pacific Highway reported an overnight burglary of an outdoor storage shed. They reported this is not the first time they’ve been targeted and it’s becoming a common occurrence. The value of the items taken is unknown at this time.
  • A bus driver reported an aggressive passenger at a transit station in the 8900 block of SW Commercial Street. The driver reported the man was acting erratically, disturbing other passengers and ripping out the bus radio. Responding officers contacted the man, who eventually left the bus. He was cited for criminal mischief.
  • A man reported sports equipment was stolen from a car in the 9500 block of SW Riverwood Lane. The investigation remains open.
  • A burglary was reported overnight at a restaurant in the 17000 block of SW 72nd Avenue. Stolen liquor bottles and electronics were recovered and the investigation remains open.

Saturday, March 6, 2021

  • Officers were dispatched to a fight with a knife in the 11900 block of SW Pacific Highway. The female suspect, who has been the subject of several police calls in recent weeks and has exhibited signs of mental health issues, stole a cell phone left behind by a restaurant customer.  When the customer returned to retrieve the phone, the woman chased the customer with her hand inside a bag, simulating a weapon. Officers determined no weapon was involved. She was jailed on charges of theft and robbery. The phone was returned to the customer.
  •  An officer attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a vehicle with expired tags near SW Hall and SW Pfaffle Street, but the driver did not stop. The driver continued for 2.5 miles before finally pulling over. Officers learned the driver had three active arrest warrants and he was taken to jail.
  • An officer responded to a death investigation in the 11000 block of SW Hall Boulevard. It appears a 93-year-old woman died of natural causes.
  • A driver was reported slumped over the wheel and in a left-turn lane near SW Pacific Highway & SW 72nd Avenue. The driver had fallen asleep and officers determined he had a blood alcohol level of 0.19% - more than twice the legal limit. The driver had a revoked license for a prior DUII and was taken to jail on new charges of DUII, reckless driving and criminal driving while revoked.

Friday, March 5, 2021

  • A man was arrested on charges of burglary, criminal mischief and possession of burglar tools after stealing 25 Lego sets worth $7,500 from a secure storage area at the Washington Square Mall. To read more, click here.
  • A construction company reported the theft of a trailer in the 9300 block of SW Tigard Street. It appeared someone cut through a fence to access the trailer. Officers reviewed security footage and the case remains open.
  • Just before 7 p.m. officers responded to 99W & SW 72nd Avenue for a three car rear-end traffic crash. Investigators learned a driver crashed into a car stopped at a light, forcing that car to crash into the car ahead of it. The driver was cited for DUII and recklessly endangering. His blood alcohol content was 0.31% - nearly four times the legal limit.

Thursday, March 4, 2021Fire Photo

  •  Around 2:30 a.m. our officers responded to a fire in the 15000 block of SW Thurston Lane. A sergeant and an officer risked their own safety and went inside to make sure all the residents had made it out safely. Firefighters with TVF&R arrived shortly thereafter and were able to put it out. (Picture included)
  • Two catalytic converters were stolen from a lot in the 8900 block of SW Burnham overnight. A saw blade was recovered at the scene.
  • A business reported losses in the tens of thousands of dollars after a scammer posing as a client company sent fraudulent emails related to accounting information. The case has been referred to the Commercial Crimes Unit.

Wednesday, March 3, 2021

      • Tigard officers arrested a wanted fugitive for sex abuse crimes in Montana. (Picture included) For more info, visit this webpageFugitive
      • Someone filed an unemployment claim and opened up a bank account in the name of a victim. His employer alerted him to the fraud when they were contacted about the claim. For more info about this fraud, visit this webpage
      • An officer took an identity theft report. The victim received a Chase debit card in the mail that he didn’t apply for. The unknown suspect deposited money in that fraudulent account and paid two bills.

Tuesday, March 2, 2021

      • A 2004 Volkswagen Jetta was stolen from an apartment complex parking lot in the 8900 block of SW Pfaffle overnight.
      • A business manager reported that gas had been siphoned from a work van overnight in the 12100 block of SW Garden Place. He found a hose under the vehicle.
      • A Tigard Police K9 team assisted the Washington County Sheriff’s Officer by tracking burglars who fled a construction site after stealing tools. Both the suspects and tools stolen were located.
      • Officers arrested a man for a Parole Officer Violation after they responded to a domestic disturbance in the 11400 block of SW Pacific Highway and found the man in violation of a no contact order that was stipulated in his probation.
      • Officers arrested a man for robbery II after he ran out a store with a car battery and hurled it at loss prevention specialists who were pursuing him.  
Monday, March 1, 2021
      • A cluster mailbox was pried open overnight and at least one package was stolen on SW Mara Court.
      • A shed at a business was broken into and costumes were stolen over the last four days in the 11600 block of SW Pacific Highway.
      • Four catalytic converter thefts were reported:
        • Ford F550 in the 10000 block of SW Cascade Avenue over the weekend
        • Toyota pickup truck in the 7500 block of SW Darmouth Street between 2:00-10:00p.m.
        • Two Ford F250s in the 12800 block of SW 77th Place overnight.
        • More thefts were reported later in the week. For crime prevention strategies, please visit: https://tigard-or.gov/police/news.php

Snapshot of Calls: Monday, February 22nd - Sunday, February 28th
During the week, Tigard officers made 24 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (29), Theft II (Shoplift) (4), Harassment (Domestic Violence) (3), Interfering With Peace Officer (2), Harassment (Physical Contact) (1), Theft 1 (1), Theft III (1), Strangulation (Domestic Violence) (1), Possession Of Controlled Substance (Methamphetamine) (1), Resisting Arrest (1), Resisting Arrest – Interfere With Law Enforcement (1), PO Detainer – Warrant (1), DUII – Alcohol (1), Hit And Run – Vehicle/Property (1), Reckless Driving (1).

Sunday, February 28, 2021

  • A man was arrested on charges of harassment (domestic violence) and strangulation (domestic violence) after getting into an altercation with his wife.
  • Employees at a business in the 13800 block of SW Pacific Highway reported a person stalking a worker there. Employees were advised to call 911 if the stalker returns to the property.
  • A community mailbox was broken into in the 7900 block of SW Mara Court. The caller reported a package was stolen and the lock was broken.
  • Employees at a nonprofit in the 8800 block of SW Commercial Street reported two drunk women being combative. They were asked to leave but refused. Once an officer arrived the women decided to leave.

Saturday, February 27, 2021

  • Around 7 p.m. officers were dispatched to a report of a disturbance with a weapon at a gas station in the 10700 block of SW Greenburg Road. Officers learned a gas station employee and a customer got into a verbal argument and the customer reported the employee pointed a gun at his car. Officers discovered the weapon was a replica gun. It was taken into evidence and the customer declined to prosecute.
  • The owner of a business in the 11500 block of SW Pacific Highway reported someone tried to break in the front door of his business. Security video showed a man trying to use a tool to gain entry just before 1 a.m., but the man was unsuccessful. The investigation remains open.
  • A woman reported the wires to the catalytic converter in her Honda Pilot were cut while she was parked in the 9500 block of SW Washington Square Road.
  • Officers responded to reports of a man with a rifle at East Butte Heritage Park. Officers arrived and a found a man on a bench firing the weapon, but quickly determined it was a BB gun. The man complied with orders to drop the gun and he was cited for violating the municipal code.

Friday, February 26, 2021

  • A catalytic converter theft was reported from a Prius in the 9700 block of SW Omara Street. In a separate case, another catalytic converter theft was reported from a work van in the 11900 block of SW Pacific Highway. For more information on this crime trend and tips, please click here
  • A man was taken into custody along SW Pacific Highway on four outstanding arrest warrants. Officers also discovered he was in possession of 2.4 grams of methamphetamine, a quantity above the new legal threshold set forth in Measure 110. The man went to jail on the warrants and a charge of possession of a controlled substance.
  • A homeowner called to report a woman with a garbage bag was in their backyard and looking in her son’s window. A responding officer found a woman matching the suspect’s description walking near SW Pfaffle Street and SW Hall Boulevard. She was cited for an outstanding arrest warrant and was trespassed from the homeowner’s property.
  • A Tigard man reported someone filed for unemployment benefits in his name in the State of Kentucky. Officers could not determine whether any benefits were actually paid out to the scammer(s). For info on what to do if this happens to you, visit this Oregon Department of Justice webpage.


Thursday, February 25, 2021

  • A man was arrested on charges of harassment (domestic violence) and menacing - domestic violence after getting into an altercation with his fiancée.
  • A woman reported someone hacked into her account on a free-trading app called Robinhood she uses, resetting her email and password. The scammer was able to sell thousands of dollars in investment shares. Officers are investigating the case as aggravated identity theft.
  • A dispute was reported at a car wash in the 9800 block of Walnut Place. Two customers were arguing over one customer taking too long to leave the stall. During the argument the suspect hit the victim with the sprayer then made threats about having a gun in the car while showing an AR15 magazine. The suspect ran off but officers located him a short time later in a nearby store. He was cited for harassment and officers determined the gun in the car was a replica.
  • While on routine patrol, an officer discovered a garbage can on fire near a bus stop in the area of SW Main Street and SW Pacific Highway. Firefighters put out the fire, and there was no evidence as to whether the fire was started intentionally.

Wednesday, February 24, 2021

      • Around 12:30a.m., officers were dispatched to the 16200 block of SW Pacific Highway on the report that members of a gym were threatened by a man with knife outside the building. Our K9 team worked on tracking the suspect who was located and arrested for an outstanding warrant out of Clackamas and a Parole Officer Detainer. He was lodged in Clackamas County Jail.
      • Between 11:15a.m. and 5:00p.m., someone broke in the front door of a residence in the 9900 block of SW Scott Court. Nothing was apparently missing at the time of report.
      • A wallet was stolen from a 2019 Honda CRV parked at Cook Park between 11:30a.m. to 1:30p.m. By the time the victim returned to the vehicle, she was receiving alerts for fraudulent charges on her credit cards. Although there were no signs of damage to her car, she recalls locking her vehicle.

Tuesday, February 23, 2021

      • Around 4:15p.m., Officers responded to calls about a man standing in traffic at SW McDonald and 99W throwing bottles at vehicles and yelling that he wanted to go to jail. The man was taken to the Washington County Jail on a felony warrant.
      • A Nissan sedan was stolen in the 13100 block of SW Shore Drive overnight. The vehicle was left unlocked with a spare key in the car.
      • A person claiming to be with Professional Credit Service called to sell a community member protective finance options. After verifying the last four numbers of her social security number, the caller stated that the person owed back taxes for 2018. The resident knew it was a scam at this point and called the police.
      • Around 2:30p.m., a bus driver reported that a passenger was screaming, hitting windows and refusing to get off the bus. He ultimately left before officers arrived.
Monday, February 22, 2021
      • Just after midnight, Tigard Police observed a woman and man fighting over a phone at a bus stop on the 11600 block of SW Pacific Highway. They discovered that the contact was a violation of a restraining order and took the man into custody.
      • Officers took a man into custody for Assault III, Criminal Mischief II and Reckless Driving following a road rage incident occurring at 4:30p.m. The suspect was observed speeding and driving his Dodge truck aggressively and erratically near SW Walnut and Barrows, forcing one vehicle onto the sidewalk to avoid the truck. Another driver got out of his vehicle and confronted the suspect at a red light at an intersection. The suspect spit and cursed at him. The driver then went to a grocery store and the suspect followed him, pinning the driver against his vehicle with the truck. The suspect appeared to be leaving the parking lot. The driver went shopping and returned to his car finding that his tire had been slashed. Witnesses identified the driver who was arrested. Tips on dealing with road rage:
        • When encountering a driver yelling at you, making vulgar gestures or acting aggressively, don’t engage. In many cases, the person will leave you alone.
        • Call 9-1-1 when someone’s driving or behavior is a threat to safety.
        • If there is traffic and you are being harassed, leave enough room between you and the next car so that you are not trapped.
        • If a driver is following you, go to a busy commercial area or police station where you can get help. Keep driving until reaching a safer place.

Snapshot of Calls: Monday, February 15th - Sunday, February 21st

During the week, Tigard officers made 23 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (7), Harassment DV (3) Murder (2), Robbery (2), Theft by Deception (2), Shoplifting (2), Assault of a Public Safety Officer (1), Contempt of Court (1), Criminal Trespass (1), Disorderly Conduct (1), Harassment Physical Contact (1), PO Detainer (1), Probation Violation (1), Reckless Driving (1), Recovered Stolen Property from Another Agency (1), Strangulation (1), Theft-Other (1) and Violation of a Restraining Order (1).

Sunday, February 21, 2021

      • Around 9am, a woman in the 11500 block of SW Greenburg Road reported a dog was hit by a car. An officer took the dog to the Emergency Veterinary Clinic of Tualatin, but unfortunately the dog did not survive.
      • Employees at a business in the 12200 block of SW Main Street reported a man yelling loudly in the lobby and disturbing customers. The man left the business and went to a neighboring business before an officer contacted him. The officer determined there was no evidence of a crime and believed the man was experiencing a behavioral health incident.
      • An officer encountered an unoccupied car with no plates in the 11600 block of SW Pacific Highway. Through vehicle records, the officer discovered the car had been stolen out of Oregon City. The owner was contacted, and the car was towed.
      • A man was cited for theft II after shoplifting tools from a store in the 14800 block of SW Sequoia Parkway. Officers believe the man stole tools from a second store immediately beforehand.

Saturday, February 20, 2021

      • A man was arrested on a charge of harassment (domestic violence) after his girlfriend reported he punched her in the face.
      • Officers developed probable cause to arrest a woman for assault II after she hit a man in the face with a table lamp.
      • Employees at a store in the 9600 block of SW Washington Square Road reported a customer stole jewelry and ran from the store. Officers are reviewing surveillance video and the investigation remains open.
      • Officers arrested a man at a motel in the 11400 block of SW Pacific Highway on three outstanding arrest warrants.

Friday, February 19, 2021

      • A man reported a woman demanded money and pulled a knife on him at a bus stop in the 12200 block of SW Main Street. The responding officer identified the suspect in the case, but the victim declined to press charges.
      • Officers responded to a store in the 11900 block of SW Pacific Highway just after 4:00 p.m. for a suicidal person with a knife who was threatening to harm himself. Officers evacuated the store and learned the person was a teenager. A Tigard Police officer trained in crisis negotiation contacted him and called in additional resources, including the Crisis Negotiation Unit and the Mental Health Response Team. After an hour of negotiations, the teen came outside and dropped the knife.  He was taken to the hospital for further evaluation and treatment.

Thursday, February 18, 2021

      • Tigard Police detectives arrested a 17-year-old girl and her 16-year-old relative in connection to the January 29th murder of Leroy Xavier Wass-Morill. Both teen girls are charged with murder and robbery and are being held at the Donald E. Long Juvenile Detention Center. A press release on the arrests can be found here: https://tigard-or.gov/Police/News/021821_Two_Juveniles_Arrested_For_Murder.pdf.

Wednesday, February 17, 2021

      • An officer took a report of a theft from a work van that happened from 7:30-8:00a.m. on the 14000 block of SW 112th Avenue. Ear buds and credit cards were stolen. The passenger and rear door had been tampered with. Someone attempted to steal a ladder off the van during the previous week. Vehicles on the 9500 block of SW Locust Street and 11300 block of SW Ironwood Loop were also broken into overnight.
      • Officers took two separate fraud reports. One report involved a resident discovering three unauthorized charges on his account for over $185. In the other report, a resident determined that someone withdrew $1,775 from his bank account two weeks ago.
      • Officers responded to a menacing with a weapon call on the 14000 block of SW 97th Avenue where a man pulled out a gun during verbal dispute over money with another man, who did not want to pursue charges.

Tuesday, February 16, 2021

      • Officers arrested a man for strangulation involving a girlfriend after being called to the 11500 block of SW 135th Avenue on a report of hearing screaming, crying, and banging coming from a unit around 8:00a.m.
      • A woman reported a man running up to her asking where he could buy methamphetamine while she was walking on the 8900 block of SW Commercial Street around 7:10p.m. The man did not make any physical contact, but the woman was startled by the interaction.
      • Officers arrested a man after he refused to leave the premises in violation of his probation on the 15600 block of SW 84th Place at 8:00p.m.
      • A man walked toward a church staff member with a hatchet and screamed obscenities at him on the 10400 block of SW Canterbury Lane at 9:36p.m. after he was told to leave the premises. The staff member asked police to trespass the individual.

Monday, February 15, 2021

      • Officers received weather-related calls throughout Sunday night and early morning that included power outages, trees down and stranded motorists.
      • Officers put a man on a police officer’s hold for evaluation at a local hospital after he was observed, throwing trash, walking in circles, walking in the cold weather without shoes, slurring his speech and appearing disoriented.

Snapshot of Calls: Monday, February 15th - Sunday, February 21st

During the week, Tigard officers made 23 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (7), Harassment DV (3) Murder (2), Robbery (2), Theft by Deception (2), Shoplifting (2), Assault of a Public Safety Officer (1), Contempt of Court (1), Criminal Trespass (1), Disorderly Conduct (1), Harassment Physical Contact (1), PO Detainer (1), Probation Violation (1), Reckless Driving (1), Recovered Stolen Property from Another Agency (1), Strangulation (1), Theft-Other (1) and Violation of a Restraining Order (1).

Sunday, February 21, 2021

      • Around 9am, a woman in the 11500 block of SW Greenburg Road reported a dog was hit by a car. An officer took the dog to the Emergency Veterinary Clinic of Tualatin, but unfortunately the dog did not survive.
      • Employees at a business in the 12200 block of SW Main Street reported a man yelling loudly in the lobby and disturbing customers. The man left the business and went to a neighboring business before an officer contacted him. The officer determined there was no evidence of a crime and believed the man was experiencing a behavioral health incident.
      • An officer encountered an unoccupied car with no plates in the 11600 block of SW Pacific Highway. Through vehicle records, the officer discovered the car had been stolen out of Oregon City. The owner was contacted, and the car was towed.
      • A man was cited for theft II after shoplifting tools from a store in the 14800 block of SW Sequoia Parkway. Officers believe the man stole tools from a second store immediately beforehand.

Saturday, February 20, 2021

      • A man was arrested on a charge of harassment (domestic violence) after his girlfriend reported he punched her in the face.
      • Officers developed probable cause to arrest a woman for assault II after she hit a man in the face with a table lamp.
      • Employees at a store in the 9600 block of SW Washington Square Road reported a customer stole jewelry and ran from the store. Officers are reviewing surveillance video and the investigation remains open.
      • Officers arrested a man at a motel in the 11400 block of SW Pacific Highway on three outstanding arrest warrants.

Friday, February 19, 2021

      • A man reported a woman demanded money and pulled a knife on him at a bus stop in the 12200 block of SW Main Street. The responding officer identified the suspect in the case, but the victim declined to press charges.
      • Officers responded to a store in the 11900 block of SW Pacific Highway just after 4:00 p.m. for a suicidal person with a knife who was threatening to harm himself. Officers evacuated the store and learned the person was a teenager. A Tigard Police officer trained in crisis negotiation contacted him and called in additional resources, including the Crisis Negotiation Unit and the Mental Health Response Team. After an hour of negotiations, the teen came outside and dropped the knife.  He was taken to the hospital for further evaluation and treatment.

Thursday, February 18, 2021

      • Tigard Police detectives arrested a 17-year-old girl and her 16-year-old relative in connection to the January 29th murder of Leroy Xavier Wass-Morill. Both teen girls are charged with murder and robbery and are being held at the Donald E. Long Juvenile Detention Center. A press release on the arrests can be found here: https://tigard-or.gov/Police/News/021821_Two_Juveniles_Arrested_For_Murder.pdf.

Wednesday, February 17, 2021

      • An officer took a report of a theft from a work van that happened from 7:30-8:00a.m. on the 14000 block of SW 112th Avenue. Ear buds and credit cards were stolen. The passenger and rear door had been tampered with. Someone attempted to steal a ladder off the van during the previous week. Vehicles on the 9500 block of SW Locust Street and 11300 block of SW Ironwood Loop were also broken into overnight.
      • Officers took two separate fraud reports. One report involved a resident discovering three unauthorized charges on his account for over $185. In the other report, a resident determined that someone withdrew $1,775 from his bank account two weeks ago.
      • Officers responded to a menacing with a weapon call on the 14000 block of SW 97th Avenue where a man pulled out a gun during verbal dispute over money with another man, who did not want to pursue charges.

Tuesday, February 16, 2021

      • Officers arrested a man for strangulation involving a girlfriend after being called to the 11500 block of SW 135th Avenue on a report of hearing screaming, crying, and banging coming from a unit around 8:00a.m.
      • A woman reported a man running up to her asking where he could buy methamphetamine while she was walking on the 8900 block of SW Commercial Street around 7:10p.m. The man did not make any physical contact, but the woman was startled by the interaction.
      • Officers arrested a man after he refused to leave the premises in violation of his probation on the 15600 block of SW 84th Place at 8:00p.m.
      • A man walked toward a church staff member with a hatchet and screamed obscenities at him on the 10400 block of SW Canterbury Lane at 9:36p.m. after he was told to leave the premises. The staff member asked police to trespass the individual.

Monday, February 15, 2021

      • Officers received weather-related calls throughout Sunday night and early morning that included power outages, trees down and stranded motorists.
      • Officers put a man on a police officer’s hold for evaluation at a local hospital after he was observed, throwing trash, walking in circles, walking in the cold weather without shoes, slurring his speech and appearing disoriented.

Snapshot of Calls: Monday, February 8th - Sunday, February 14th

During the week, Tigard officers made 10 arrests with some resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (4), Organized Retail Theft-Shoplift (3), Violation of Restraining Order (1), Harassment-Domestic Violence (1), Unauthorized Use of Vehicle (1), Recovered Stolen Vehicle from Another Agency (1) and Theft-Embezzlement (1).

Sunday, February 14, 2021

      • Weather calls continued to dominate the day, including stuck cars, alarms, hazards, crashes, streetlights out and downed trees.
      • A customer at a store in the 11500 block of SW Pacific Highway was asked to leave because he refused to wear a mask. The man sat down in a checkout area and was yelling, saying he refused to leave unless he was trespassed or arrested. Police escorted him out of the store, and employees asked that the man be trespassed.

Saturday, February 13, 2021

      • Officers continued to respond to crashes in the winter weather and assisted several drivers in getting their cars unstuck.
      • A man reported giving $500 in gift cards to scammers who told him there was an issue with his PayPal account. The man is working with his bank to recover his losses.

Friday, February 12, 2021

      • In the snow and ice, officers responded to 10 calls to assist motorists throughout the day.
      • Thefts from vehicles were reported overnight from the 15800 block of SW 74th, 13300 block of SW Chelsea Loop and 8900 block of SW Oak Street. The cases mostly involve stolen tools.

Thursday, February 11, 2021

      • Officers responded to several crashes in the ice storm. The flyover onto Hwy 217 northbound was also closed for some time by ODOT due to the weather conditions.
      • A man reported being the victim of a scam where someone posed as an Apple employee saying his Apple account and bank account had been hacked. The man was instructed to buy gift cards to bait the hacker, and lost thousands of dollars. The case has been referred to the Federal Trade Commission.

Wednesday, February 10, 2021

      • Around 10:15a.m., Tigard Police received a call about a woman screaming and smoking in a laundromat and refusing to wear a mask. The caller was a customer and there was no manager on site. The individual left the premises after an officer arrived.
      •  A storage unit was reportedly pried open, but nothing was apparently missing on the 11500 block of SW Pacific Highway. Another storage unit had also been broken into in a separate, unrelated incident on 2/8/21 in the 11100 block of SW 68th Parkway.
      • A man and woman were cited for organized retail theft after attempting to steal a cart-full of merchandise in the 14800 block of SW Sequoia Parkway around 4:30pm. The male was combative with loss prevention when confronted. A third person was charged for an arrest warrant. 
      • A Tigard resident was scammed out of nearly $2,000 when she received a text message from someone impersonating her pastor who asked for donations to help a cancer patient. She was asked to purchase gift cards and texted photos of the card’s pin number.
      • A wallet and phone left in a grocery cart were stolen in the 7500 block of SW Dartmouth around 4:15p.m.

Tuesday, February 9, 2021

      • Officers arrested a man for violating a restraining order in the 13500 block of SW Chelsea Loop and lodged him in the Washington County jail.
      • Officers responded to a disturbance with a weapon call. One roommate claimed to be threatened by the other with a knife, but it was revealed that he had come at the person in what was perceived as a physically threatening way in the 12300 block of SW Hall. One of the roommates left the premises for the night. 

Monday, February 8, 2021

      • A 2001 Honda CRV was stolen from the parking lot of an apartment complex in the 11300 block of SW North Dakota Street sometime between 11:00pm last night and 11:00a.m.
      • A catalytic converter was stolen from a 2009 Prius in the 11200 block of SW Summerfield Drive overnight.
      • Tigard Police were called to the 11500 block of SW Pacific Highway on the report that someone was possibly shooting up drugs on the premises. One of the women on the premises had two outstanding arrest warrants and was cited by a Tigard officer.


Snapshot of Calls: Monday, February 1st - Sunday, February 7th
During the week, Tigard officers made 19 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (8), Theft II-Shoplift (2), Criminal Mischief (2), Driving While Suspended/Revoke (Misdemeanor) (2), Criminal Trespass (2), Theft III-Shoplift (1), Violation of Restraining Order (1), Kidnapping II (1), Robbery III (1), Strangulation (Misdemeanor) (1), DUII (Misdemeanor) (1), DUII-Controlled Substance (Misdemeanor) (1), Reckless Driving (1), Theft 1 (By Receiving) (1), Harassment (Domestic Violence) (1), Distribution of Controlled Substance-Methamphetamine (1), Unauthorized Use of Vehicle (1).

Sunday, February 7, 2021

      • Officers responded to a burglary in progress in the 9200 block of SW Center Street involving the victim's ex-boyfriend who had been making threats, stole her vehicle and fled. After searching for him early in the morning, officers located him, arrested and charged him with distribution of a controlled substance, unauthorized use of a vehicle, criminal trespass and an arrest warrant. 
      • Officers responded to a call about an unknown man banging on a door of a residence around Maple Court and Garrett who wouldn't leave despite being asked to do so. Officers were able to assist. 

Saturday, February 6, 2021

      • Around 12:45 a.m. officers responded to a welfare check at 99W & SW Hall Blvd. An intoxicated woman on a bus urinated on board. Officers helped her off the bus and learned she had a misdemeanor warrant for DUII. She was cited on her arrest warrant.
      • Significant patrols were conducted in the area of Bonita Park after Tigard Police learned of a purposeful protest in the area connected with the officer-involved shooting in early January. The event remained peaceful and no arrests were made.

Friday, February 5, 2021

      • Around 2:00 a.m. a woman was cited for reckless driving, DUII and criminal mischief after crashing into a telephone pole and fence in the 11600 block of SW Tiedeman Avenue.
      • Two large traffic crashes were reported at roughly the same time. One was on 99W near 217 where a medical emergency caused a five-car crash. The driver was taken to the hospital and was later issued several citations. The other accident was a t-bone crash on Durham that took out a utility box.
      • A senior citizen with dementia left his care facility but was later safely located at a bus stop near SW Hall & Bonita.
      • A construction supervisor reported a significant theft involving construction equipment.

 Thursday, February 4, 2021

      • A woman reported being attacked by a stranger who was in the back seat of her car in the 15300 block of SW Sequoia Parkway. The suspect grabbed her from behind and covered her nose and mouth with his hand before she was able to escape. Responding officers found a man matching the suspect’s description nearby. He was taken to jail on several charges.
      • A man reported being the victim of a wire fraud scheme targeting his business. He lost thousands of dollars and the case is being referred to the FBI.

Wednesday, February 3, 2021

      • A 2015 Jeep was prowled in the 11400 block of SW 135th Avenue sometime between 10pm last night and 3pm today. A debit card was stolen and used at a fast-food restaurant. The victim reports that the gas tank was also tampered with.
      • Between 7-8:15p.m., someone shattered the driver’s window and driver’s side rear window and stole a backpack from the car in the 9300 block of SW Washington Square Road.
      • Around 10:00p.m. in the 9300 block of SW Washington Square Road, a man smashed a jewelry display case and grabbed gold chains. The loss prevention specialist chased him after he exited the store. The fleeing suspect threatened that he had a gun in his car and was able to get away.

Tuesday, February 2, 2021

      • Between 8-9:30a.m., someone stole a wallet and multi-tool left in a console of an unlocked vehicle in the 7100 block of SW Hampton Street.
      • An officer took a hit and run report where a Toyota truck rolled backwards striking the victim’s car and then accelerated onto I-5. Fortunately, no one was hurt and there was only minor damage.

Monday, February 1, 2021

  • After 9:00a.m., a 2004 Dodge Dakota pick up truck was stolen from an apartment complex in the 15100 block of SW Royalty Parkway while the owner was working at the site; the keys were accessible.
  • At nearly 11:00p.m., multiple callers reported that a naked man jumped on the hood of a vehicle and then ran on SW Greenburg Road toward 7-11 and Subway. When officers arrived they observed him jump over shrubs in a gas station parking lot and fall down. The subject was incoherent and uncooperative. Working with medical personnel, officers were able to get him transported to a local hospital for observation.
  • A storage unit was broken into in the 13400 block of SW Pacific Highway. The lock had been tampered with.

Snapshot of Calls: Monday, January 25th - Sunday, January 31st

During the week, Tigard officers made 18 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Menacing-Physical or Weapon (4), Minor in Possession of Alcohol (3), Assault (2), Harassment (2) Shoplifting (2), Theft Other (2) Arrest Warrant (2), Burglary (1), Criminal Mischief (1), Criminal Trespass (1), Driving While Suspended/Revoked (1), DUII Controlled Substance (1), Hit and Run Vehicle-Property (1), Possession of a Controlled Substance Meth (1), Supplying Contraband-Drugs (1), Unlawful Use of a Weapon (1).

Sunday, January 31, 2021

      • Officers were called to a hotel in the 9000 block of SW Washington Square Road, where a guest vandalized the hotel bar and stole alcohol. Officers attempted to contact the guest, but he was no longer in his room. The investigation remains open.hit_and_run_Jan_2021
      • A hit-and-run was reported in the 9600 block of SW McDonald Street, where a driver hit two parked cars. The driver was taken to the hospital to be evaluated and was cited on two charges. Photo included.

Saturday, January 30, 2021

      • A driver reported another driver pulled a gun on him and threatened to shoot him in a road rage incident in the area of SW Scholls Ferry Road and SW 135th Avenue. Responding officers located the suspect, who was taken to jail on charges of menacing and unlawful use of a weapon
      • A customer at a restaurant in the 11400 block of SW Pacific Highway reported the window on his truck was smashed and a backpack that had been inside was stolen. Officers are reviewing evidence to develop suspect leads.

Friday, January 29, 2021

      • At 9:42 p.m. a resident of the Silver Creek Apartments (11580 SW Hall Blvd.) called 911 to report that he had been stabbed. He was taken to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead. Investigators are looking into several leads on possible suspects at this time. If you saw or heard anything suspicious in the area, or have other information that can help, you are urged to leave a tip by calling 503-718-COPS or emailing tips@tigard-or.gov. You can remain anonymous.

 Thursday, January 28, 2020

      • A driver was taken to jail, after he was pulled over near Hwy 217 & Greenburg Road just after 11pm. He showed signs of impairment and an officer found drugs in his car. He was charged with DUII – controlled substance, possession of methamphetamine and supplying contraband drugs.
      • Officers responded to a death investigation at an apartment complex in the 9000 block of SW Washington Square Road. Responding medics tried lifesaving measures on a man who was not breathing, but were unsuccessful. The death is believed to be related to complications from COVID-19.
      • Officers took three unrelated reports of identity theft. In one case, a check was altered before being cashed. In another, someone fraudulently filed for unemployment benefits in the victim’s name. In the last case, someone used a fake identity to take money out of the victim’s bank account.

Wednesday, January 27, 2021

      • Officers cited a Portland man for shoplifting after he was observed not paying for all the tools he was to purchase through self-check out at a store in the 14800 block of SW Sequoia Parkway around 5:00p.m.
      • A social service agency received a suspicious postcard with an Illinois return address that included a message about evictions being evil during a pandemic. 

Tuesday, January 26, 2021

      •  A Tigard officer took a road rage report that occurred in the 7800 block of SW Dartmouth around 5:30pm. A driver was exiting a parking lot onto Dartmouth and may have cut off a white SUV. The driver of the SUV began tailgating her. While stopped at the traffic light in the left turn lane, the SUV pulled beside her. She heard an object slam against her passenger side door and discovered a large dent.
      • A community member reported being scammed out of $500 by a male claiming to be a landlord of an apartment unit listed on a rental website. She spoke on the phone and exchanged texts with the landlord who claimed to want to help people desperately in need of housing. She was able to negotiate the deposit down to $500 and used Google Pay before touring the apartment. She also provided personal information for the background check before she realized it was a scam.
      • Officers cited a Tigard man for burglary and menacing with a weapon after he was seen entering a structure on a property in the 10300 block of SW Scholls Ferry Road around 7:30p.m. He threatened the employees of the property when confronted. Nothing was apparently taken.

Monday, January 25, 2021

  • An officer took a vandalism report involving a shattered window in the 11800 block of SW Pacific Highway that occurred around 6:30a.m. The damage is believed to be caused by a gun based on the video footage.
  • Around 7:00p.m., officers were called out to the 11900 block of SW 91st Avenue on a disturbance involving a middle-age man engaged in an escalating verbal altercation with a teenager. When officers arrived they determined that two dads were arguing with their teenage sons about problem behaviors such as truancy, poor grades, substance abuse and criminality. The group did not live on the property, so officers provided referrals to resources in their area.
  • While the other disturbance call was happening, officers responded to another disturbance call with weapons at 7:23pm. Three female juveniles had engaged in a verbal altercation and started pulling hair and punching each other at a residential-care home. The situation intensified when two of the three were able to pry open a kitchen drawer to access knives, threatened to harm staff if they intervened and attempted to gain access to a room where the third juvenile was now barricaded with another staff member. Tigard officers arrived, formulated a plan after talking to staff and were able to get the two teenagers to drop their knives. The two teenagers were charged with assault and menacing with a weapon and were taken into custody by the Washington County Juvenile Department. The third teenager was cited for harassment.  

Snapshot of Calls: Monday, January 18th - Sunday, January 24th

During the week, Tigard officers made 19 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (19), Shoplifting (5), Harassment (DV) (2), Criminal Mischief (2), DUII (2), Strangulation (1), Aggravated Harassment (1), Harassment (Physical Contact) (1), Criminal Trespass (1), Disorderly Conduct (1), Driving While Suspended (1), Possession of a Controlled Substance (1), Theft from Building (1) and Unlawful Possession by Person Under 21 Years Of Age (1) 

Sunday, January 24, 2021

      • A resident in the 7800 block of SW Pfaffle Street reported a burglary in which someone entered his home and stole his wallet. The resident and his wife were home at the time and reported the suspect opened their bedroom door but ran off when they screamed. So far, there is no suspect information.
      • A resident in the area of SW Hall Blvd and SW Pfaffle Street reported he was standing out on the street taking a phone call when a man came out of a nearby residence and threw a pocket knife at him. The man was not hurt and did not wish to press charges.

Saturday, January 23, 2021

      • A man was issued a criminal citation for domestic harassment after getting into an altercation with his wife.
      • Employees in the 11700 block of SW Pacific Highway reported a man and woman stole items from their store. Similar thefts were reported at other store locations that day, which may be tied to this case.
      • A driver hit a pedestrian in the area of SW Royalty Parkway & SW Pacific Highway. The driver remained on scene and was cooperative. The pedestrian was conscious but was taken to a hospital to be checked out as a precaution.

Friday, January 22, 2021

      • Just after 6:00 p.m., a customer at Washington Square Mall reported a man followed her out of the mall and into the parking lot, pushed her against a car, grabbed her chest and made lewd comments. The woman hit the man in the face with her car keys. Officers are reviewing surveillance video to identify the man involved.
      • Employees at a store in the 7600 block of SW Dartmouth Street reported a cold theft, in which customers left without paying full price for some items. The total loss is estimated at $600.

Thursday, January 21, 2020

      • A driver was arrested for DUII (alcohol) on SW Pacific Highway near SW Walnut Street. His blood alcohol level was 00.12% - over the legal limit. He also had five active warrants for his arrest, and was taken to jail.
      • An employee at a store in the 13900 block of SW Pacific Highway flagged down an officer to report a man inside who was threatening to burn down the store. Officers intervened and observed the man was experiencing a mental health crisis. He was taken to a hospital on a police officer’s hold for evaluation and treatment.

Wednesday, January 20, 2021

      • A business owner requested police assistance getting a man sleeping in the restroom to leave the premises in the 9000 block SW Hall Blvd. Store employees had asked the man to leave already. Officers arrested him for shoplifting related to a 1/6/21 incident at the store.
      • A resident received a notification that his new Dell laptop had been delivered to his apartment unit at 9:30am in the 16100 block of SW 108th Avenue. He checked for the laptop at noon, but it had already been stolen. 
      • Officers were dispatched to a disturbance call on the 10700 block of SW Kent where a man pointed a gun at a Pug that was running toward him as well as the dog’s owner. Officers are following up.

Tuesday, January 19, 2021

      • Officers responded to a suspicious circumstance call where a man was seen on the property of a private residence in the 8100 block of SW Fanno Creek Drive around 3:00a.m. and stole bags of cans. The homeowner was concerned about the person trespassing at night and also reported finding a toolbox that didn’t belong to her left on the property last week. Officers will conduct extra patrols of the area.
      • Officers arrested a man on charges of strangulation and aggravated harassment of his ex-girlfriend in the 11400 block of SW Pacific Highway.
      • A Tigard resident reported that her employer was notified by the State of Oregon that someone filed for an unemployment claim in her name, which was fraudulent. Later that day an officer took a report from another resident who was notified of a fraudulent unemployment claim.
      • A neighbor reported a $10,000 loss due to fraud. The victim received an email that appeared to be from Geek Squad saying that his annual service contract would auto renew, which wasn’t ordered. He called to cancel the subscription using the phone number provided in the email. The fraudster convinced the victim to give him remote access and said that he mistakenly transferred him a refund of $6300 to his bank account versus $300 and instructed him to remit the difference in gift cards. The next morning the fraudster convinced the victim that the gift cards provided were expired and told him to purchase more.  

Monday, January 18, 2021

      • Officers responded to an unknown medical problem in the 14500 block of SW 100th Avenue. A neighbor reported that a homeowner was not responding to phone calls after a fall the prior day. An officer was able to see the man through a window lying on the ground and get inside his home. The man was conscious and was transported to the hospital. The officer notified the family.
      • In coordination with loss prevention, officers arrested a repeat shoplifter who attempted to leave the store in the 9000 block of SW Hall with stolen sunglasses, ear buds and other items concealed in his jacket and backpack. Officers recovered nearly $400 worth of merchandise and charged him with two counts of shoplifting in the second degree and four arrest warrants.

Snapshot of Calls: Monday, January 11th - Sunday, January 17th

During the week, Tigard officers made 11 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (9), Shoplifting (2), Harassment (Physical Contact) (1), Public Indecency (1), Theft-Embezzlement (1), Theft-Other (1) and Driving While Suspended (1)

Sunday, January 17, 2021

      • A man was cited for public indecency after callers reported he was engaged in an intimate act outside a store in the 11900 block of SW Pacific Highway.
      • Officers responded to a report of first-degree sexual abuse involving a minor. The case has been referred to detectives for further investigation.

Saturday, January 16, 2021

      • Just after 9:00 a.m. officers received several calls about a car involved in a crash at a store parking lot in the 13900 block of SW Pacific Highway. The driver left the scene and was involved in a second crash in the area of SW Gaarde Street and SW 112th Ave.  The driver and passenger ran on foot into an apartment complex. The suspects were not located.
      • An employee of a restaurant in the 11600 block of SW Pacific Highway reported being pepper sprayed by a man who was rummaging through the garbage cans. Responding officers tried using a K-9 track to locate the suspect but were unsuccessful. Surveillance video is being reviewed and the investigation remains open.

Friday, January 15, 2021

      • An employee at a store in the 9700 block of SW Washington Square Road reported a customer stole a handbag worth $2,650. Officers are reviewing security video from the store.
      • A man reported a trailer full of household items was stolen in the 14100 block of SW 72nd Avenue, resulting in a significant loss. The investigation remains open.

Thursday, January 14, 2020

      • A death investigation was conducted at a home in the 11600 block of SW Greenburg Road. A man was found deceased inside the home, likely due to a medical issue. The medical examiner responded.
      • A man who was walking on a trail between SW Beef Bend Road and SW Bull Mountain Road just before midnight reported he was robbed of his wallet by a man on a bike. The suspect was not immediately located. Police are following up on leads.

Wednesday, January 13, 2021

      • An officer contacted a homeowner in the 10300 block of SW McDonald Street who found 30 roofing nails in his gravel driveway.
      • An unsecured Momentum brand bicycle was stolen from an apartment balcony overnight in the 12500 block of SW North Dakota.

Tuesday, January 12, 2021

      • Officers are investigating a hit and run that occurred at approximately 7:00am at the intersection of SW Cascade and Scholls Ferry. A driver heading northbound on SW Cascade through the intersection on a greenlight was T-boned by a Toyota Tundra that ran a red light. One passenger was injured and taken to the hospital.
      • Officers responded to a number of calls about downed trees and hazards throughout the day due to the weather.
      • A 2010 Toyota 4 Runner was reported stolen overnight in the 8300 block of SW Durham Road.

Monday, January 4, 2021

      • A utility trailer that had been secured to a fence with a chain and lock behind a church was stolen in the 15600 block of SW 98th on 1/7/21.
      • A storage unit was broken into at an apartment complex overnight and miter and table saws as well as hand tools were stolen in the 9400 block of SW Maplewood Drive.  The same day a community member reported that his power tools were stolen from a storage unit in the 11700 block of SW Warner Avenue over the last week.
      • While a woman left her car idling and smoked a cigarette nearby, a man driving a white SUV pulled up near her car and jumped into her 2004 VW Passat in the 12400 block of SW 69th Avenue and sped away. Later that day, she notified Tigard Police that her credit cards left in the vehicle had been used at a gas station in Washington. 
      • Officers assisted TVF&R on a call about a warming fire that lit the side of a building on fire in the 13800 block of SW Pacific Hwy. Fortunately no one was hurt and the fire was extinguished before there was damage to the building. 


Snapshot of Calls: Monday, January 4th 
- Sunday, January 10th

During the week, Tigard officers made 22 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (13), Disorderly Conduct (5), Theft-Other (3), Shoplifting (3), Fail to Register as a Sex Offender (2) Assault (2), Riot (1), Criminal Trespass (1) and Unlawful Use of Weapon (1)

Sunday, January 10, 2021

      • Officers conducted a death investigation in the 10500 block of SW Century Oak Drive. Foul play is not suspected and the case was referred to the Medical Examiner.
      • A man was cited for failing to register as a sex offender after an officer contacted him the 6400 block of SW Coronado Street.
      • A woman reported being assaulted by her teenage son. Officer investigated, developed a safety plan and referred the case to the Washington County Juvenile Department and DHS.

Saturday, January 9, 2021

      • A resident in the 13200 block of SW Maplecrest Court reported someone broke into their home while they were sleeping and stole two of their cars. A purse, wallet, keys and other items were stolen worth nearly $5,000. A neighbor reported his car was rifled through as well and provided surveillance video. The case has been referred to detectives for further investigation.
      • Around 10:45 a.m. an officer responded to a domestic disturbance in the 10400 block of SW McDonald Street. The caller reported two men were fighting and one of them hit the other with a bat, then barricaded himself inside. Officers arrested the man on charges of unlawful use of a weapon and assault II, and he was taken to jail.

Friday, January 8, 2021

      • Employees at a store in the 10200 block of SW Washington Square Road reported three customers had just stolen perfume and beauty products worth more than $3,400. Investigators believe the same group then stole items from a store in a neighboring city. Surveillance video is being reviewed and the investigation is open.
      • Just before 6:30 p.m. a woman called to report her husband missing, who has dementia and took the family car. He was located in Otis, Oregon and was reunited with her family.

Thursday, January 7, 2020

      • Around 1:55 p.m. a man got into a verbal argument with a mall security officer at Washington Square Mall over wearing a mask. The man wanted to file a harassment report, but police officers determined the security guard did not commit a crime. The man advised to contact mall supervisors.
      • An unlawful assembly and riot was declared in the area of the Tigard Police Department around 8:45 p.m. A crowd of roughly 100 people tagged properties and broke windows in the downtown business corridor and at TPD. One person was arrested and charges for additional subjects are expected.

Wednesday, January 6, 2021

      • An officer took an assault report where a woman stated that she was putting mail in a postal mailbox in the 15700 block of SW Pacific Highway when a male suspect pulled her hood off and pulled her hair. She broke free and ran away.
      • Officers responded to an overdose call at around 11:00am. A resident had taken pills, was conscious and taken to the hospital.
      • An officer-involved shooting occurred in the area of SW Hall and Bonita. For more information, please visit: www.tigard-or.gov/police/transparency.php 

Tuesday, January 5, 2021

      • Officers were called to a business in the 13900 block of SW Pacific Highway on the report of a man asking store employees to call the police; the man was in the store yesterday and told a store employee that he planned to kill himself. When officers arrived to talk to him, the man reached toward his belt line despite officers instructing him not to do so. They grabbed the man, detained him and found out he was wanted for warrants and the failure to register as a sex offender. Officers issued citations.
      • An officer took a report of a burglary at an apartment unit in the 10600 block of SW 121st Avenue that occurred between 6-9pm. The resident left his apartment unlocked and a computer was stolen.
      • A community member discovered that someone used her name and social security number to file an unemployment claim after her employer received a notification from the Unemployment Office.

Monday, January 4, 2021

      • Officers responded to a call about a person hanging out in the alcove of a business in the 12700 block of SW Pacific Highway who reportedly appeared to be on drugs and drinking. The individual refused to leave when asked by the business owner, but packed up when officers arrived. He was provided information about local shelters, but was not interested.
      • Tools were stolen out of a vacant apartment being repaired sometime over the holiday weekend in the 11400 block of SW Bull Mountain Road.
      • A resident was alerted by her credit monitoring company that a Capital One credit card with a $561.03 outstanding balance and Indigo miles card were fraudulently opened in her name in September 2020.
      • Officers arrested a Salem/Keizer man for first-degree shoplifting and two arrest warrants after he was involved in the theft of power tools and drove away. Officers caught up with him on I-5 southbound past Carmen Drive. 
Snapshot of Calls: Monday, December 28th - Sunday, January 3rd

During the week, Tigard officers made 14 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (3), Menacing-DV (2), Shoplift (2), Kidnapping (1), Strangulation DV (1),  Harassment DV (1), Bias Crime-Vandalism (1), DUII (1), Reckless Driving (1), Criminal Mischief (1), Fail to Register as a Sex Offender (1), Forgery (1), Interfering with a Peace Officer (1), Possession of Controlled Substance (1), PO Detainer/Warrant (1), Supplying Contraband-Drug (1) and Theft Embezzlement (1).

Sunday, January 3, 2021

      • An officer assisted King City PD with a traffic stop for a wrong-way driver on 99W near SW Bull Mountain Road. Officers noted signs of impairment. The driver was cited on charges of DUII (alcohol) and reckless driving. His blood alcohol content was 0.34% - more than four times the legal limit. He was released to the custody of his sister.
      • Officers responded to a domestic disturbance where neighbors heard a woman screaming inside an apartment unit. Officers made entry and spoke with the parties involved. The man inside was arrested on charges of second-degree kidnapping, strangulation, menacing and interfering with a police officer.
      • Around 2:20 p.m. officers responded to an injury traffic crash at SW Durham Road & SW 108th Avenue. Officers learned a work van towing a trailer failed to stop in time, hitting another passenger van and pitching it through a fence. The van came to a stop in the backyard of a condo. Two people went to the hospital. Photo attached. Crash_fence
      • Just after 10:30 p.m. officers responded to a suspicious vehicle in the 11400 block of SW Pacific Highway. The officers discovered a man unconscious inside. They got him out of the car and began CPR. Medics arrived and transported the man to the hospital.

Saturday, January 2, 2021

      • A traffic stop that began in Sherwood led to a pursuit that entered Tigard. On I-5 north just past 99W, the vehicle abruptly stopped and a passenger attempted to run before complying with officers. Tigard Police officers assisted Sherwood PD, resulting in four people being taken into custody. 
      • A man called to report being the victim of potential elder abuse. The case is being referred to the appropriate state agency for review.
      • An officer responded to a restaurant in the 7500 block of SW Dartmouth Street to investigate a case of potential harassment. Two patrons got into a verbal argument over parking, but no evidence of a crime was found.

Friday, January 1, 2021

      • A woman reported being hit by a car at a slow rate of speed while jogging through a driveway to a commercial complex in the 16200 block of SW Pacific Highway. The driver of the car left the scene, and the woman was not seriously hurt. 
      • Officers assisted King City PD with a traffic crash on Pacific Highway & Royalty Parkway. Two cars were involved in a t-bone crash after one of the drivers ran a red light. The at-fault driver was issued a citation and the other driver went to the hospital. Photo attached.  NewYearCrash
      • A customer checking out at a store in the 7600 block of SW Dartmouth Street was notified he could not make purchases because he was not wearing a mask. The customer then stole his groceries, but was contacted by an officer in a traffic stop. The store declined to press charges and the groceries were returned.

Thursday, December 31, 2020

      • A woman reported being the victim of a bias crime in the 11900 block of SW 91st Avenue. She said she was arguing with another woman over parking too closely to her car, when the other woman called her a name associated with her religious attire and threw a yogurt and Gatorade onto her car. The suspect was cited on charges of bias crime II - vandalism and criminal mischief III.
      • An employee at a store in the 12000 block of SW Main Street reported a theft-in-progress where a man stole items and walked out of the store. Responding officers located the man nearby and recovered stolen items. He was cited for theft III – shoplift and was trespassed from the property.
      • Officers assisted Beaverton Police with containment on a criminal case on Scholls Ferry near Hall Blvd.

Wednesday, December 30, 2020

      • Officers arrested a suspect for a PO Detainer after he was reportedly trying to pry open a window to a house at 1:19a.m. The suspect was in violation of a no-contact order stipulated in his probation.
      • Officers arrested a male suspect on a charges of Harassment and Menacing-DV after taking a report of him pushing his significant other and harming their dog.

Tuesday, December 29, 2020

      • A neighbor reported that she heard someone banging on the door to a storage room at the back of her home in the 14900 block of SW 109th Avenue just after 1:00am, resulting in damage. Officers performed an area check, but the suspects had left the location.
      • A woman was arrested for possession of a controlled substance, supplying contraband and an arrest warrant after a traffic stop in the 12200 block of SW Horizon Blvd around 7:15am.
      • An officer was dispatched to an incident involving a 10-year old boy wandering into traffic near SW Hunziker and 72nd who then boarded a TriMet bus. The officer was able to reunite the boy with his mother. After contacting the family, there were no further actions deemed necessary.  

Monday, December 28 2020

    • Around 3:30am an officer was called to a home in the 11300 block of SW 91st Court on a report of someone knocking on a side window. The caller had heard noise outside her home fifteen minutes prior to this incident. An officer conducted a premise check, but could not locate a suspect.
    • An F-250 truck containing landscaping equipment was stolen overnight in the 11200 block of SW Greenburg Road. 
    • An officer took a fraud report where a resident was scammed out of $1,400. She received what she thought was an email from Amazon customer service stating that a computer was being shipped to an unknown person on her behalf. After contacting the phone number provided in the email, the call taker impersonating an Amazon employee stated that people had accessed her personal info and she needed to prove her identity to him. He also stated she needed to pay $400 in Google Play gift cards and then $1,000 in Target gift cards. She realized it was a fraud when he asked her to buy another round of gift cards.  
    • Over the last couple of days, a lock to a 2001 Ford was tampered with and coins were stolen from a vehicle in the 11700 block of SW Swendon Loop.

2020 Archive

Snapshot of Calls: Monday, December 21st - Sunday, December 27th

During the week, Tigard officers made 24 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (18), Shoplift (6), Assault (1), Assault -Witnessed By Child (1), Burglary (1), Criminal Mischief (1), Criminal Mistreatment (1), Driving While Suspended/Revoke (1), Escape (1), Harassment (DV) (1), Identity Theft (1), Initiating False Police Report (1), PO Detainer/Warrant (1), Possession of a Stolen Vehicle (1), Possession Of Controlled Substance (1), Reckless Driving (1), Robbery (1), Unauthorized Use Of Vehicle (1).

Sunday, December 27, 2020

  • A CPR call came in for an out-of-state man who was staying at a hotel in the 9000 block of Washington Square Road. When officers arrived, medics and TVF&R were already on scene doing CPR. Unfortunately, the was not able to be resuscitated. Officers assisted in the death investigation, which appears to be due to natural causes.
  • A stolen vehicle was reported in the 11700 block of SW Greenburg Road. Officers are investigating.

Saturday, December 26, 2020

  • A case of harassment (domestic violence) involving family members was reported. The aggressor left the scene and there was no probable cause to make an arrest.
  • Officers responded to a death investigation in the 14100 block of SW 112th Avenue where a man was already deceased. Foul play is not suspected.
  • Officers assisted Lake Oswego PD in arresting a DUII / hit-and-run suspect from a crash in Lake Oswego.
  • A man called 9-1-1 reporting his wife was having a possible heart attack. An officer was in the area and arrived within a few minutes to take over CPR for the husband. Medics continued working on her when they arrived. After some time, the woman began breathing again and was transported to the hospital.

Friday, December 25, 2020

  • Around 4:00 a.m. a man was arrested for burglary I near the 8700 block of SW Spruce Street, after a resident reported the man entered her garage.
  • A woman was arrested for assault II and assault IV (witnessed by a child) in the 10200 block of SW Elise Ct. after an altercation involving family members.
  • A car that was stolen in Tualatin was recovered along SW Durham Road near Tigard High School. Nobody was in the car.

Thursday, December 24, 2020

  • Officers responded to a report of a woman starting a fire on the porch of a church for warmth in the 13800 block of SW Pacific Highway. The caller reported the woman was seen putting gas on the fire. Officers and TVF&R responded and put the fire out. Officers could not confirm the woman’s identity. She refused medical attention and was given a courtesy transport to a local transit center.
  • An employee of a store in the 9500 block of SW Washington Square Road reported three customers stealing merchandise worth roughly $1,200. The suspects left the scene and officers will review surveillance video in the investigation. 

Wednesday, December 23, 2020

  • Officers were dispatched to a domestic disturbance call around 9:45am in the 9800 block of SW Frewing. As they arrived, a male suspect jumped out of the front window and ran. During the pursuit, employees of a SW Pacific Highway business flagged down officers, stating the suspect had entered their business. The man was taken into custody on two arrest warrants.
  • Officers assisted the Washington County Crisis Team with a Director’s Hold after a woman was reportedly hitting and kicking other people in a care home and lit her bed sheets on fire while smoking in bed. The woman was taken to a local hospital for evaluation.
  • A Tigard resident reported bank fraud after a $500 check was fraudulently written on his account. The resident had been the victim of a car prowl in October in the 10900 block of SW Hall and didn’t realize that his checkbook had been stolen. 

Tuesday, December 22, 2020

  • A business employee in the 12200 block of SW Main Street called about a male subject who was continually returning to the establishment and threatening to spit on the reporter. The subject left after officers arrived and contacted him.
  • An officer took a report of a catalytic converter theft from a company vehicle and a break-in to a utility trailer in the 7200 block of SW Durham Road that occurred over the weekend. A battery and toolbox were stolen from the trailer. 

Monday, December 21, 2020

  • At 1:16am, a security guard called the police about a suspicious person in the 12300 block of SW 72nd Avenue. While patrolling the apartment parking lot, he tried to contact a male subject sitting in a vehicle with no license plates. The subject fled by foot.  Tigard officers were able to locate the subject nearby and arrested him for four outstanding arrest warrants and possession of a controlled substance.
  • Tigard Police received a call about a basketball trading card reported stolen in 2014 in California that was up for auction at a Tigard business.
  • An officer cited a Salem woman for shoplifting II at a store in the 9300 block on SW Washington Square Rd around 3:45pm after a loss prevention specialist reportedly  observed her concealing over $400 worth of baby clothes, cologne and shoes in her bag.
  • Around 9pm, Tigard officers responded to a report of a robbery with an implied weapon in the the 9000 block of SW Hall Boulevard. A male subject approached a juvenile waiting in a parked car and demanded his wallet and cell phone. Not having either one, the suspect stole a phone charger instead.  A Tigard K9 team performed a dog track, but the suspect was not located. 


Snapshot of Calls: Monday, December 14th 
- Sunday, December 20th

During the week, Tigard officers made 30 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (13), Shoplifting (6), Burglary (3), Criminal Trespass (3), DUII (3), Assault Witnessed by a Child (2), Possession of a Controlled Substance (2), Reckless Driving (2), Unlawful Use of a Weapon (2), Robbery (1), Arson (1), Criminal Mischief (1), Disorderly Conduct (1), False Info to Police (1), Harassment DV (1), Possession of a Burglar Tool (1), Reckless Burning (1), Recklessly Endangering (1), Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle (1) and Recovered Stolen Vehicle for Other Agency (1).

Sunday, December 20, 2020

  • Just after 3:00 a.m. officers responded to a silent alarm at a business in the 10300 block of SW Cascade Avenue. It was reported a person wearing a hoodie was on the property with bolt cutters, cut the lock off a dirt bike and attempted to steal it. The person then ditched the bike and ran across the street. Officers located the suspect from the surveillance video and he went to jail on burglary and other charges.
  • At 4:35 a.m. an employee at a convenience store in the 12000 block of SW Hall Boulevard called to report a man naked from the waist down lit the Redbox movie machine on fire and was now inside the store. The man was also linked to a call reported earlier in the shift of a person exposing himself on a TriMet bus at the Tigard Transit Station. Responding officers arrested the man without incident and discovered a second burn pile consisting of paper material outside the store.

Saturday, December 19, 2020

  • A woman was cited for DUII (alcohol) after an officer observed her driving from Canterbury Lane onto on Hwy 217. Her blood alcohol content was measured at 0.13% - above the legal limit. She was cited and released to her mother.
  • A mutilated cat was found behind a store in the 12000 block of SW Main Street. An officer took evidentiary photos for an aggravated animal abuse case, but there is no suspect information at this time.
  • An 11-year-old girl was reported missing after she went for a walk and hadn’t returned home. Officers located the girl six minutes after receiving the call. She was returned her home safely.

Friday, December 18, 2020

  • Officers conducted a high-risk stop on I-5 southbound for a stolen van with three occupants inside. The driver had warrants out of Washington state and was taken to jail. The two passengers were identified and released. Photo provided. Photo at night
  • A man was arrested for DUII (controlled substance) after driving erratically on SW Garrett Street near SW Pacific Highway. Methamphetamine and heroin were recovered from inside the car. The driver was cited and released to a friend.
  • A Tigard man reported discovering child pornography on electronic devices belonging to a client he was working for. The case was referred to detectives.

Thursday, December 17, 2020

  • A rollover crash was reported at SW Scholls Ferry Road and the onramp to Hwy 217 southbound at 2:40 a.m. Officers learned the driver was also the suspect in a domestic violence case that had just occurred and noted that he showed signs of impairment. The driver was not hurt in the crash and refused on-scene DUII tests. A warrant was granted for a blood sample to determine blood alcohol content. He was taken to jail facing several charges.
  • Officers responded to a traffic crash on southbound Hwy 217 near 72nd just before 5:30 p.m. Four cars were involved after a driver looked down at a text message and rear-ended the car in front of him, causing a chain reaction. One person was taken to the hospital. Photo provided.smashed_up_car 

Wednesday, December 16, 2020

  • Theft from vehicles were reported on the blocks of 15600 SW 82nd Avenue, 9500 SW Washington Square Road and 14500 SW 72nd Avenue. Items stolen included a purse, tools, stereo, amplifier and speaker.
  • Overnight, the lock to a shed was tampered with at a business on the 12300 block of SW Main Street, but nothing was apparently taken.
  • Officers responded to a disturbance call on the 11900 block of SW Pacific Highway where two adult females were arguing over a face mask and cutting in line. One of the individuals pushed the other. No one wanted to press charges.
  • A credit union called a Tigard resident about a late payment on a $22,000 loan that was fraudulently taken out in his name.

Tuesday, December 15, 2020

  • Officers arrested a Tigard woman for reckless burning and endangering after TVF&R extinguished a fire in her apartment unit on the 9300 block of SW Commercial around 7:30pm.
  • A trailer was stolen overnight from the 10700 block of SW Derry Dell Court while a utility trailer was taken sometime over the last few days from the 16200 block of SW 72nd Avenue.
  • An officer arrested and cited a man for criminal trespass after he pushed a staff member, threw food at another person and refused to leave the property on the 10400 block of SW Canterbury Lane.
  • At 5:46 p.m. Tigard Police officers responded to a call of an armed robbery (weapon implied) at the Shell gas station at 11290 SW Bull Mountain Road. The clerk reported that a man came into the store and tried to buy cigarettes without an I.D. He threatened to shoot her if she did not sell him the cigarettes. Click here for the press release. 

Monday, December 14, 2020

  • A business was broken into overnight on the 12200 block of SW Scholls Ferry Road. There were damages to file drawers and drywall, but nothing was apparently missing.
  • An officer took a theft report of a toolbox taken from a work vehicle on 15700 SW Upper Boones Ferry Road.
  • During the workday, a thief tampered with the door locks on an SUV parked on the 7800 block of SW Dartmouth and stole shoes, curtains and the contents from the glove box.
  • Officers transported a female subject to a local hospital for detox after she refused to leave a hotel and had been reportedly screaming, throwing things and trying to get into the room of an ex-boyfriend on the11400 block of SW Pacific Hwy.


Snapshot of Calls: Monday, December 7th 
- Sunday, December 13th
During the week, Tigard officers made 18 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (7), Shoplifting (5), Possession of a Controlled Substance (2), Aggravated Harassment (1), Assault-DV (1), Assault of a Public Safety Officer (1), Robbery (1), Criminal Mischief (1), Criminal Trespass (1), Reckless Driving (1) and Unlawful Use of a Weapon (1).

Sunday, December 13, 2020

  • Around 1:30 a.m. a convenience store clerk in the 12000 block of SW Hall Blvd reported a man stole cigarettes and beer from the store. The man hit the clerk several times in the process and threatened harm, then left the store.
  • Around 4:30 a.m. security officers in the 10100 block of SW Washington Square Road asked for assistance after a person lit a fire outside a restaurant, near several propane tanks. The fire was put out and the man who lit the fire matched the description of the suspect involved in the convenience store robbery earlier in the morning. He was taken to jail on several charges.
  • Officers responded to a disturbance with a weapon in the 14300 block of SW 100th. A person with a hammer left the residence before officers arrived.

Saturday, December 12, 2020

  • Officers responded to a reported domestic disturbance with a weapon in the 13600 block of SW Ashbury Lane, where a man was experiencing a crisis and had access to firearms. A family member got out of the home safely, and Washington County’s Mental Health Response Team also responded. Officers determined there was no evidence of a crime.
  • Two separate thefts-in-progress were reported at a store in the 14800 block of SW Sequoia Parkway. One person was cited on an arrest warrant after concealing items from the store.
  • Officers assisted DHS with an investigation into an assault that occurred last year.

Friday, December 11, 2020

  • Officers responded to an assault in the 7500 block of SW Bonita Road, where a man assaulted another man by hitting him in the face with a toy gun. The suspect was combative with officers and was taken to the hospital for treatment before being transported to the jail, charged with aggravated harassment, assaulting a public safety officer and unlawful use of a weapon.
  • Tigard Police assisted the Washington County Sheriff’s Office with a K-9 track for a suspect believed to be involved in two thefts from vehicles.
  • A woman called to report a hit-and-run that left her car damaged near 99W and Canterbury Lane. She was not injured. She could not describe the suspect involved and that person has not been identified.

Thursday, December 10, 2020

  • Officers cited a man for possessing methamphetamine and heroin after a welfare check was called in on him at a hotel in the 9500 block of SW Locust Street.
  • Two customers were cited for second-degree theft after shoplifting from a store in the 9300 block of SW Washington Square Road.
  • A man reported a case of identity theft dating back to September 2019 involving credit card(s) fraudulently opened in his name.
  • A man reported his car windows were smashed and items were stolen from his car while it was at a repair shop in the 13900 block of SW 72nd Avenue.

Wednesday, December 9, 2020

  • An officer took a fraud report where a Tigard resident was scammed out of $500. Someone claiming to be a DEA agent, who provided a badge number, stated that her social security number was used to rent a car and drugs were found in the rental. The agent threatened to have her arrested unless she paid $500 in EBay gift cards.
  • Officers charged a driver with Reckless Driving after he reportedly drove 60 mph traveling eastbound on SW Dartmouth near 68th Avenue and lost control, causing him to leave the roadway 150 feet before stopping in the grass and mud.

Tuesday, December 8, 2020

  • Officers were called out to a hotel on the 13000 block of SW 68th Parkway after a toddler was found outside of the office. After officers arrived, the parents quickly reunited with their child who had wandered off from their RV. Officers determined that the mother had a misdemeanor warrant out for her arrest.
  • Detectives are investigating a business burglary occurring on the 13000 block of SW Pacific Highway at 2:10a.m. The culprit shattered the front glass door to gain access and stole some merchandise.
  • A mini track loader with a scoop bucket was stolen sometime over the weekend on the 14400 block of SW 169th.
  • Officers apprehended and cited a man for shoplifting after he reportedly stole nearly $500 in merchandise and fled a retail store on the 14800 block of Sequoia Parkway.

Monday, December 7, 2020

  • All 12 boxes were pried open on a community mailbox at apartment complex sometime over the weekend on the 8500 block of SW Pfaffle Street.
  • A package containing a patio sofa cover was stolen from the porch on the 13000 block of SW Falcon Rise Drive around 4:45am. Packages delivered on the 9700 block of SW Frewing Street were also reported stolen via an online report.
  • A white 2000 Honda CRV was stolen from an apartment parking lot on the 7500 block of SW Bonita Road between late morning and early afternoon. The car was locked.
  • Around 2pm, a shopper’s purse was stolen from her driver’s seat as she returned her shopping cart to the corral on the 7800 block of SW Dartmouth. She was then notified of a $1019 fraudulent charge at a grocery store on her credit card.
  • Officers arrested a man for criminal trespass after a resident returned home around 5:30p.m. to find him attempting to break into her apartment on the 8700 block of SW Commercial Street. He had opened the exterior door and was trying the handle of the interior one to the unit.

 



Snapshot of Calls: Monday, November 30th - Sunday, December 6th

During the week, Tigard officers made 15 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (5), Reckless Driving (4), Assault (2), DUII (2), Criminal Mischief (1), Harassment DV (1), Hit and Run (1), PO Detainer/Warrant (1), Shoplifting (1), Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle (1) and Violation of a Restraining Order (1)

Sunday, December 6, 2020

  • Neighbors reported a community mailbox being broken into in the area of SW Spruce Street & SW Sitka Court.
  • A man was arrested on a charge of harassment (physical contact) after getting into an altercation with his girlfriend.
  • Police responded to a welfare check on an 11-year-old boy after he reported being pushed into a piece of furniture by a relative.

Saturday, December 5, 2020

  • Just after 2 a.m. officers responded to a crash near SW Gaarde Street & SW 129th Avenue. A teenage driver was speeding and lost control, hitting a light pole, tree and fence. He managed to escape unharmed and was cited for reckless driving. He was released to the custody of his mother. PGE was called out to replace the light pole. (Photo included)Crash_120520
  • Police cited a man for DUII (alcohol) and reckless driving in the 13500 block of SW Pacific Highway, after a traffic crash was reported. The man’s blood alcohol content was 0.11% - over the legal limit.
  • A woman was taken to jail for violating a restraining order in the 14300 block of SW 100th Avenue.
  • Around 10:30 p.m. officers responded to a domestic disturbance in the 11300 block of SW Bull Mountain Road. The subject at the center of the disturbance left the scene prior to officers arriving. He drove through the property at Alberta Rider Elementary School, crashing down the stairs and through a fence. The man then fled on foot, sparking a K-9 track. Ultimately, an officer from a partner agency found the man and placed him under arrest. 

Friday, December 4, 2020

  • A resident in the 12400 block of SW Hall Blvd reported someone leaving faceprints on her windows overnight on multiple occasions. There is no suspect information.
  • Officers investigated two separate thefts from vehicles, one in the 12300 block of SW 66th Avenue and the other in the 14800 block of SW 109th. They also recovered a stolen car in the Bull Mountain Heights area which had been stolen from Portland.
  • A welfare check was reported where a man was using substances and in an apparent mental health crisis. His family reported he was out of control and throwing things around the apartment. Police responded but decided to disengage when the man refused contact and they determined his family was safe. Family members received a referral to the crisis team for more options.

Thursday, December 3, 2020

  • A fraud in progress was reported at a grocery store in the 15500 block of SW Pacific Highway. Two customers tried passing more than $700 in counterfeit bills. Employees realized they were fakes, but the suspects left the store. Officers are reviewing evidence.
  • Officers are investigating after a woman reported the theft of large, costly equipment from a company vehicle in the 7100 block of SW Fir Loop.

Wednesday, December 2, 2020

  • An officer took a fraud report where a Tigard resident googled an espresso machine for sale and purchased it from a seller called Equipment Optics using PayPal. She was given a USPS tracking number. Although the tracking number was legitimate, it was reportedly delivered to another address. The victim could not contact the online seller and learned it was a fake website. Click here for an article about a similar scam.  
  • Officers were dispatched to a cosmetic store on the 10200 block of SW Washington Square after a man and woman suspected of shoplifting on another day returned to the store. When an officer tried to question the man, he fled by foot and was ultimately arrested for felony warrants.

Tuesday, December 1, 2020

  • Officers arrested a 27-year old man for multiple counts of sexual abuse involving an underage girl after a Tigard Police investigation resulted in an indictment.
  • Around 7:30am, officers responded to a disturbance call involving two males physically fighting at a business on the 11500 block of SW Pacific Highway. The owner of the business involved in the altercation stated that the other individual had been asked to leave the property previously, was yelling at customers and called him a racial slur. The individual was trespassed and left the property. There were no arrests. 
  • Around 4pm, an officer noticed a 1990s light blue Honda Accord traveling southbound on SW 72nd from Pacific Highway matching the description of a vehicle reported stolen that day. The officer performed a traffic stop and ultimately arrested the 53 year-old driver for Unauthorized Use of Vehicle. The vehicle’s steering column had been tampered with and ignition wires were hanging down. 
  • Despite having a Ring camera, two packages were stolen from the doorstep of an apartment unit around 7am on the 9900 block of SW North Dakota.

Monday, November 30, 2020

  • An owner of a business on the 9900 block of SW Greenburg Road reported the theft of a package containing computer hardware.
  • Overnight, a thief broke into a trailer by tampering with the latch and stole a leaf blower and landscaping tools on the 12000 block of SW Wilton Avenue.
  • The owner of a 1999 Ford Escort found his vehicle on blocks and wheels stolen near SW 87th Avenue and Maple Street. The driver’s side and rear windows were also shattered. In a separate incident on 12/2/20, wheels and tires were reported stolen from a 2016 Subaru Outback that was parked in a business lot on the 12700 block of SW 69th Avenue.
  • Officers received two calls about a male in hunting gear who appeared to be carrying an assault rifle near the Fanno Creek Trail and the library before 8:00a.m. The responding officer was unable to locate the individual.

 



Snapshot of Calls: Monday, November 23rd 
- Sunday, November 29th

During the week, Tigard officers made 18 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (8), Shoplifting (9), Burglary (2), DUII (1), Obliterating Firearm I.D. Marks (1), Possession of a Controlled Substance (1), Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle (1), Unlawful Entry into a Motor Vehicle (1) and Unlawful Possession of a Firearm (1). 

Sunday, November 29, 2020

  • Around 1:40 a.m. an officer was flagged down by a witness who saw a person smash a car windshield with a rock. Police spoke with the car owner who believes the person responsible is known to him.
  • Officers responded to a hit-and-run crash where a driver reported being hit by another driver on Hwy 217 who left the scene. There were no serious injuries and the investigation is open.

Saturday, November 28, 2020

  • Employees at a store in the 9400 block of SW Washington Square Road reported two women stealing merchandise worth $2,000. Shortly thereafter, employees at a different store in the mall reported a customer stealing $1,000 in merchandise. The investigations are ongoing.
  • Neighbors in the area of SW McDonald between Driftwood Court and 103rd reported nails being dumped in the roadway. Officers are investigating.

Friday, November 27, 2020

  • An 85-year-old man with dementia was reported missing by his care center. The man was located on a bus near Washington Square and was safely returned home. CarCrash_11-27
  • A man was arrested for theft II – shoplift after stealing merchandise from a store in the 9300 block of SW Washington Square Road.
  • Around 4:00 p.m. officers responded to a three-car crash in front of Costco on SW Dartmouth Street. A driver hit a parked car, drove over a curb and struck a minivan. 

 

Thursday, November 26, 2020

  • Officers arrested a man for burglary and unlawful entry into a motor vehicle after investigating several car prowls in the area of SW 95th Avenue near SW Anna Belle Court.
  • Officers responded to a disturbance call in the 10900 block of SW Hall Blvd. The subject involved had multiple arrest warrants and was taken to jail.

Wednesday, November 25, 2020

  • An officer took a road-rage report involving a driver who was followed to his destination by a male subject driving a Toyota truck around 7:00a.m. The subject exited his vehicle with a hatchet in hand and confronted the driver about cutting him off while merging onto I-5 South from Barbur Boulevard. The subject left after the verbal confrontation.
  • Officers responded to a call about a man wearing camouflage who appeared to be carrying a machine gun around his neck while walking eastbound on the Fanno Creek Trail at 8:00a.m. Officers performed an area check around the trail and the 13300 block of SW Hall Boulevard where he was last seen and could not find anyone matching that description. They did not receive any more calls regarding this subject.
  • Officers arrested a woman for DUII after she crashed her sedan into two parked vehicles on  the 16200 block of SW Pacific Highway at 12:20p.m. Her Blood Alcohol Content registered at .26%, over three times the legal limit.

Tuesday, November 24, 2020

  • An officer took a theft report where CB radios and tools were stolen out of work vehicles overnight at a construction site on the 6600 block of SW Hampton Street.
  • An officer responded to a call about a neighbor who sprayed Lysol in a resident and her toddler’s face at an apartment complex on the 11800 block of SW 91st Avenue because they were not social distancing.
  • Officers transported a male juvenile to a local hospital under a police officer’s hold after he reportedly was stabbing the wall with a knife and there was a concern for his and his family's safety.

Monday, November 23, 2020

  • An officer took a burglary report where an exterior window was broken, drawers rummaged through and cash and supplies stolen from a business on the 11500 block of SW Hall Boulevard overnight.
  • A bicycle and utility trailer were stolen overnight off a back patio at an apartment complex on the 12500 block of SW North Dakota Street.
  • Officers responded to a call on the 13100 block of SW Pacific Highway at 11:30a.m. involving a man who was carrying a beer can, appeared to be intoxicated and was refusing to leave the property. He reportedly threatened to use a box cutter to cut people if they called the police. The police contacted the individual and got him to leave the property. 
  •  A community member called to report that someone had poured what he suspects to be sugar in his gas tank, requiring a costly repair. The car had been parked on the 13600 block of SW Northview Drive
  • Two locked Honda Accords were stolen overnight in separate incidents: a light brown 1992 vehicle on SW 110th and Gaarde and a 1995 green Accord on SW Center/88th. The car prowler stole a wallet left in the console of one of the vehicles, using the credit cards for fraudulent purchases. 
  • Officers responded to a menacing report where an unknown male subject in his 30s with tattoos on his neck and face accosted a man and woman near the Dollar Tree store on the 12200 block of SW Scholls Ferry Road and followed them to their apartment. When the male told the subject to leave them alone, the subject punched him in the face and a physical fight ensued. After the subject took out a knife, both parties fled in opposite directions.


Week: Monday, November 16th - Sunday, November 22nd
During the week, Tigard officers made 25 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (16), Shoplifting (3), DUII (3), Reckless Driving (3), Criminal Mischief (2), Harassment Domestic Violence (2), Identity Theft (2), Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle (2), Probation Violation (2), Assault (1), Assault-Domestic Violence (1), Strangulation (1),  Interference with Making a Report (1), PO Detainer/Warrant (1) and Recklessly Endangering (1).  

Sunday, November 22, 2020

  • Just after midnight, a man was cited on charges of DUII, reckless driving and recklessly endangering near the 12900 block of SW 113th Avenue.
  • Police recovered a stolen truck in the 10300 block of SW McDonald. The truck had been stolen out of Portland.

Saturday, November 21, 2020

  • Employees at a business in the 11500 block of SW Durham Road reported a burglary in which windows were broken and cash was taken. The investigation is ongoing.
  • Officers investigated a hit-and-run near 99W & 71st Avenue. The victim reported a pick-up crossed three lanes of travel, colliding with him and hitting a third car. The driver of the pick-up parked nearby and ran from the scene. Officers used a K9 to try tracking him, but did not locate the driver.

Friday, November 20, 2020

  • Just before 1:00 a.m. an officer responded to a crash in the 13300 block of SW Shore Drive, where a vehicle hit a parked car and the driver was still in the car. The driver was cited for DUII (controlled substance), reckless driving and criminal mischief II. CarCrash_Oct_2020
  • Police began investigating a report of sexual abuse I. No further details can be released.

Thursday, November 19, 2020

  • A woman was cited for harassment (domestic violence). No further details can be released.
  • A juvenile male was taken to a detention center on charges of harassment (domestic violence), assault IV (domestic violence), strangulation (domestic violence) and interference with making a report. No further details can be released.

Wednesday, November 18, 2020

  • An officer took a report involving the theft of two leaf blowers from a shed that occurred on 11/15/20 from 9:00p.m.-11:00p.m. on the 10500 block of SW Tigard Street. The suspect cut a lock to access the area.
  • Officers arrested a man and woman for identity theft and probation violation. They allegedly used credit cards from a wallet that had been stolen around 11:00p.m. the previous night on the 15700 block of SW Upper Boones Ferry Road. Fraudulent transactions were charged on credit cards stolen from the wallet at various locations, including a hotel. Officers located and apprehended the couple at the hotel.
  • Officers arrested a Tigard man after he pushed his father in the back, causing him to fall forward and hit his head against a kitchen counter, causing injury.


Tuesday, November 17, 2020

  • Around 3:30 a.m. employees at a convenience store in the 12000 block of SW Hall Blvd reported a woman was outside the store yelling at customers. When an officer arrived, the woman was inside yelling at employees. The officer learned the woman had an active felony arrest warrant and took her to jail.
  • Just before 9 p.m. a homeowner in the 11700 block of SW Tiedeman Avenue reported coming home to find an unusual car parked in his front yard with the trunk open. Officers located two suspects associated with the car: a man who was cited for unlawful entry into a motor vehicle for rummaging through one of the homeowner’s vehicles, and a woman who went to jail on two arrest warrants.
  • Officers are investigating a case of identity theft, after a man reported someone using his identity to initiate an unemployment claim with the Oregon Employment Department.

Monday, November 16, 2020

  • Employees at a store in the 10200 block of SW Washington Square Road reported three customers stole multiple perfume bottles worth an estimated $3,000. Officers are reviewing surveillance video to develop leads.
  • A Tigard Police officer responded with DHS to investigate a complaint of potential child neglect.
  • Officers took four reports of thefts from vehicles, all submitted through our online crime reporting system here: www.tigard-or.gov/report-a-crime
  • A clerk at a gas station in the 11400 block of SW Pacific Highway reported a customer trying to pass counterfeit currency.

Snapshot of Calls: Monday, November 9th - Sunday, November 15th 

During the week, Tigard officers made 17 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Shoplifting (6), Burglary (2), DUII (2), Arrest Warrant (2), Assault-DV (1), Strangulation DV (1), Menacing-Physical or Weapon (1), False Info with Transfer of a Firearm (1), Felon in Possession of a Firearm (1), UUMV-Recovered Stolen Vehicle for Other Agency (1), Hit and Run Vehicle (1), Reckless Driving (1), Possession of a Controlled Substance (1),  Theft from a Building (1) and Resisting Arrest (1).

Sunday, November 15, 2020

  • Around 4:00 a.m. someone smashed the glass in the front door of the Walgreens in the 13900 block of SW Pacific Blvd and got away with stolen merchandise. Officers are reviewing surveillance video to identify the burglary suspect. Walgreens_shattered_door
  • A Tigard K9 team assisted the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office in doing an article search related to a wanted person CCSO took into custody.
  • Employees at a restaurant in the 9000 block of SW Hall Blvd. reported someone burglarized their restaurant overnight by breaking a glass window and targeting the cash register. The investigation is ongoing.

Saturday, November 14, 2020

  • Around 3:00 a.m. a Tigard K9 team assisted the Washington County Sheriff’s Office by tracking a woman wanted for assault IV and unlawful use of a weapon. The K9 team successfully located her and she was taken into custody unharmed.
  • Officers began investigating a strangulation (domestic violence) case. The suspect was located and taken to jail. No further information will be released at this time.

Friday, November 13, 2020

  • Just before 4:00 p.m. officers responded to the area of SW Pacific Highway & Highway 217 in Tigard, where a man set his puffy coat on fire and was walking into traffic with it. Officers saw the man, who was believed to be experiencing a mental health crisis, cross four lanes of traffic before they got him to drop the coat. He was taken to the hospital on a police officer’s hold for further evaluation/treatment.
  • Around 5:30 p.m. officers responded to a menacing call in a parking lot in the 8800 block of SW Commercial Street. Callers reported a man was swinging a hammer at them, then took off running. Another witness reported the same man swung the hammer at a woman and her children moments earlier. Officers recovered the hammer and located the man, who was taken to jail on several charges.
  • Workers at a store in the 14500 block of SW 72nd Avenue reported a cold theft in which someone stole roughly $1,800 worth of edging equipment. The investigation is ongoing.

Thursday, November 12, 2020

  • A stolen car was recovered in the 12200 block of SW Hollow Lane which had been stolen from a home in the 12400 block of SW Chandler Drive.
  • Employees at a store in the 9000 block of SW Hall Boulevard reported a theft that happened the previous night, in which two suspects got away with roughly $8,000 in small electronics. The investigation is ongoing.
  • Officers responded to a hit-and-run in the 11400 block of SW Pacific Highway around 7:00 p.m., where a woman reported having her elbow ‘clipped’ by a car as she crossed the street. Officers were not able to immediately locate the vehicle and the investigation is ongoing. TPD_Headlights
  • Around 8:00 p.m. a driver became stuck on the WES tracks in the 8900 block of SW Commercial Street. Officers cited the driver for DUII (alcohol) and coordinated efforts to stop train traffic and tow his vehicle. 4 ½ hours after their initial contact with the driver, his blood alcohol content was measured at 0.18% - more than twice the legal limit.

Wednesday, November 11, 2020

  • Tigard officers responded to a stolen vehicle call on the 12000 block of SW 66th Avenue. At 4:38am, a security gate was reportedly tampered with and two Lincoln SUVs were stolen from the lot at the car dealership. One was recovered at a nearby location. Tigard Police are investigating.
  • An officer is following up on a report involving four fraudulent transactions charged on the victim’s Visa card at Nordstrom’s and Dick’s Sporting Goods stores. 

Tuesday, November 10, 2020

  • Officers responded to a strong-armed robbery on the 9300 block of SW Washington Square Road around 7:15pm. A male subject reportedly hit a store clerk in the head with a bag containing bottles of fragrances. Police are investigating.
  • Before midnight, officers responded to a call about a burglary in progress. A male subject entered an unlocked apartment unit on the 8500 block of SW Pfaffle. When one of the tenants confronted the subject, he fled. Nothing was apparently missing.
  • A store employee on the 7600 block of SW Dartmouth called Tigard Police at 8:12pm to assist a man who said he was high on meth and thought he had been shot at. After contacting the individual, officers arranged for a medical transport to the hospital for an evaluation. 

Monday, November 9, 2020

  • Officers apprehended a male suspect for burglary in the first degree. A homeowner called the police after finding the suspect near the sliding glass door in her backyard at 6:50am on the 10200 block of View Terrace. After he fled, she discovered clothing and other indications that he had been in her house.
  • Tigard Police were dispatched to a rollover traffic crash involving a Dodge sedan. The incident reportedly occurred after the driver changed lanes near SW Johnson Street and Pacific Highway around 12:30pm. The driver sustained minor injuries from the incident.
  • Officers responded to a theft in progress that occurred at 6:15pm on the 9600 block of SW Washington Square Road. A loss prevention specialist followed two shoplifters who fled from the store and recovered most of the stolen merchandise. 

Snapshot of Calls: Monday, November 2nd - Sunday, November 8th 

During the week, Tigard officers made 16 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (5), DUII (5), Reckless Driving (3), Shoplifting (3), Possession of a Controlled Substance (2), Rape (1), Assault Domestic Violence (1), Strangulation (1), Criminal Trespass (1), False Info to the Police (1), Harassment Domestic Violence (1), Hit and Run (1), Identity Theft (1), Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle (1) and Violation of a Release Agreement (1).

Sunday, November 8, 2020

  • Officers tried to stop a suspicious vehicle in connection with a burglary investigation. The driver ran on foot and was not immediately located. The investigation is ongoing as officers develop additional evidence.
  • Police responded to a domestic violence call in which one person pushed the other to the ground and was waving around a machete. That person was taken to jail on a charge of harassment (domestic violence) and no one was injured.

Saturday, November 7, 2020

  • Officers took a report of a cold burglary at a building in the 12600 block of SW 72nd Avenue. Damage and losses are estimated at roughly $1,000 and the investigation is ongoing.
  • Several people reported hearing possible gunfire around 9:30 p.m. but officers determined the sounds were fireworks.
  • A suspected drunk driver was reported by a Burger King employee on SW Pacific Highway around 9:10 p.m. An officer located the driver at his home and cited him for DUII (alcohol) and reckless driving. His blood alcohol content was 0.24% - three times the legal limit.
  • A short time later (around 11:30 p.m.) another driver was cited for DUII (alcohol) and reckless driving near I-5 south and Highway 217. Her blood alcohol content was 0.17% - more than twice the legal limit. 

Friday, November 6, 2020

  • A driver was cited for DUII (controlled substance) in the 13400 block of SW Hall Blvd, after officers determined the driver was impaired by marijuana.
  • Officers began investigating a report of first-degree rape. No further details will be provided.
  • An 82-year-old with dementia was reported missing and endangered. Officers flooded the area and activated search and rescue. Soon after, a Tigard officer found the missing person.

Thursday, November 5, 2020

  • Police responded to a death investigation at a business in the 14000 block of SW 72nd Avenue, where an employee was found deceased. The medical examiner responded, and it appears the employee died of natural causes.
  • Officers began investigating a report of sexual abuse. No further details will be provided.
  • A theft in progress was reported at a store in the 14800 block of SW Sequoia Parkway, where a customer was attempting to steal tools and gave false information to police. Officers also recovered heroin and evidence of identity theft. The man was taken to jail on several charges.

Wednesday, November 4, 2020

  • Two additional theft from vehicle reports came in from cars parked in a restaurant lot in the 10300 block of SW Greenburg Road.
  • A resident reported his car was stolen from his apartment complex in the 16100 block of SW 108th Avenue. A separate resident in the 8500 block of SW Lucille Court reported catching someone trying to break into his car and trying additional car door handles from neighboring properties.
  • A case of physical harassment was reported after two men got into a dispute and one hit the other with a chair in the 12200 block of SW Hall Blvd. The victim declined to prosecute.
  • Officers assisted the Washington County Sheriff’s Office with containment on a case they were working, and also worked as part of the Crisis Negotiation Unit on a case in Hillsboro.

Tuesday, November 3, 2020

  • Officers continued to do extra patrols around ballot drop boxes ahead of the election day deadline.
  • A car that was stolen out of Hillsboro was recovered in the parking lot of a business in the 15500 block of SW SPower Pole Damageequoia Parkway. The owner was contacted and towed the car from the property.
  • Just before 8:30 p.m. officers responded to a hit and run near SW Greenburg Rd & SW 95th Avenue, where a driver crashed into a power pole and kept driving. The driver was located and cited for DUII as well as hit and run property damage. His blood alcohol content was 0.18% - more than twice the legal limit. 
  • Officers took reports of thefts from vehicles on SW Leiser Lane, SW Hamlet Street and two reports on SW Tamaway Lane. Items stolen include electronics, hunting gear and tools. Please remember to take all valuables inside with you and never leave things in your car.

Monday, November 2, 2020

  • An employee at a store in the 9400 block of SW Washington Square Road reported two women stealing clothing worth an estimated $2,000. They left the scene prior to police arriving and no arrests have yet been made as officers work to develop leads.
  • A neighbor reported finding a dog near SW Shady Lane and SW Greenburg Road with no collar. She tried knocking on nearby doors to find the owners, but no one recognized the dog. Tigard Police took the dog (a 20-30 pound Shih Tzu breed) to the Bonnie Hays Animal Shelter in Hillsboro. If this could be your animal, contact the shelter.
  • A shoplifter was cited for second-degree theft after stealing merchandise from a store in the 9700 block of SW Washington Square Road.
  • Officers responded to campsites in prohibited areas at two public parks to post notices of removal. In one case, tools that had been recently reported stolen were recovered. 


Snapshot of Calls: Monday, October 26th
 - Sunday, November 1st 

During the week, Tigard officers made 28 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (8), Shoplifting (7), Assault (5), Harassment Domestic Violence (4), Burglary (3),  Criminal Mischief (2), Criminal Trespass (2), Driving While Suspended (2), Hit and Run (2), Violation of a Restraining Order (2), Criminal Mistreatment-Simple Assault (1), Harassment (1), Interfering with a Peace Officer (1), Menacing-Physical or Weapon (1), Resisting Arrest (1), Robbery (1), Strangulation (1), Theft-Other (1) and Unlawful Use of Weapon (1).


Sunday, November 1, 2020

  • House fire on PathfinderA few calls came in about a person experiencing a mental health crisis on the side of Highway 217. The man ran across the lanes of traffic and narrowly missed being hit. Responding officers talked with the man and ultimately took him to the hospital for further evaluation and/or treatment.
  • Officers assisted TVF&R with a fire in the attic of a home on Pathfinder Way. The family was not home and nobody was hurt.
  • A hotel in the 9000 block of SW Washington Square Road reported finding a bullet hole in the TV of a guest room. Investigating officers determined the bullet went through the wall and into neighboring rooms. Nobody was hurt and officers are working to develop suspect information. 

 Saturday, October 31, 2020

  • Officers responded to a call of domestic violence where a man attacked his mother. He was charged with assault and taken to jail.
  • A woman reported being targeted by scammers who came up with an elaborate story and wanted her to transfer money to them. Luckily, she realized it was a scam, notified her bank and did not lose any money.
  • Hit and Run on Pacific HwyAround 9:30 p.m. officers assisted with a hit-and-run in the 11600 block of SW Pacific Highway. A driver crashed into a natural gas line, rupturing it, then left the scene. Responding officers began evacuating people from neighboring businesses as a precaution and shut down the roadway. The line was repaired a few hours later and nobody was injured.

Friday, October 30, 2020

  •  Tigard Police began investigating a report of first-degree rape. Details will not be provided to protect the victim in the case.
  • A car backed into a smoking deck at a business in the 11400 block of SW Pacific Highway, causing some damage, and the driver left the scene. The investigation is ongoing.
  • Officers responded to an apartment complex in the 10400 block of SW McDonald Street, where a man was experiencing a mental health crisis and making concerning statements about harming others. The man was taken to the hospital on a police officer’s hold for further evaluation and/or treatment.

Thursday, October 29, 2020

  • Around midnight, officers responded to an armed robbery at the 7/11 convenience store in the 10700 block of SW Greenburg Road. The clerk reported a man, armed with a knife, demanded money. The clerk escaped unharmed and the suspect was found a short distance away. He was taken to jail on several charges. See the full press release here.
  • A business in the 10900 block of SW Greenburg Road reported being burglarized overnight. Four bags of aluminum cans that had been prepared for recycling were stolen.
  • Officers began an investigation into a report of felony domestic violence where a verbal argument turned into a physical altercation.
  • A theft-in-progress was reported at a store in the 9400 block of SW Washington Square Road where one of the suspects pulled a knife on an employee. Officers searched the area but did not find the suspects or the getaway car. The investigation is ongoing.

Wednesday, October 28, 2020

  • Tigard officers arrested a man for burglary after he entered an unlocked door to a home on the 10200 block of SW School Street around 6am. The suspect was looking for his girlfriend and refusing to leave. One of the home’s occupants physically forced him out of the house and the suspect said he had a gun. Tigard officers were able to locate the suspect with the assistance of our partners.

  • Around 9:30am, construction crews hit a 4” gas line on Roy Rogers at Scholls Ferry.  Officers closed the road for about an hour and performed traffic control while NW Natural repaired the line.

  • An 84-year old dementia patient armed himself with glass from a broken picture frame at a memory care center. Officers secured the glass and medical took him to the hospital for evaluation.

Tuesday, October 27, 2020

  • Officers were dispatched to a report of a male screaming in the area of the 11100 block of SW 68th Parkway after 3am. They contacted the individual who had been yelling to himself.
  • Tigard Police were called out to a business on the 7600 block of SW Dartmouth involving a male subject who was reportedly screaming, ranting and trying to fight people in the parking lot. The manager wanted him removed from the premises. Officers determined that the man was in violation of a restraining order and arrested him.
  • Officers arrested a woman for burglary and harassment-domestic violence after she broke into her ex-boyfriend’s apartment and slapped, scratched and punched him. 

Monday, October 26, 2020

  • A trailer and 3-wheeler were reportedly stolen around 3:30am on the 11100 block of SW Greenburg.
  • An officer took a car prowl report where a bag of prescription medications, a credit card and checkbook stolen were stolen from an unlocked vehicle on the 9000 block of SW Bellflower overnight. There have been other unlocked vehicles targeted in the city. 
  • An officer went to the 11000 block of SW Gaarde on a report of a damaged gate to a church driveway that occurred overnight. It appeared that someone had pushed up against one of the poles with enough force that it completely dislodged with the concrete still attached. The gate had been installed to deter some problem activities occurring on the property.
  • An officer responded to an attempted business burglary that happened overnight on the 12500 block of SW 68th Avenue. The owner returned to work finding a window shattered and a ladder positioned by the window. Nothing was stolen from the building
  • Around 10:45pm, officers were dispatched to a disturbance with a weapon call. A couple in a van at the park and ride were accosted by a known male subject who was looking for his girlfriend and threatened one of them with a knife on the 11600 block of SW Pacific Hwy. The subject punctured their tires before fleeing. 


Snapshot of Calls: Monday, October 19th
 - Sunday, October 25th 
During the week, Tigard officers made 29 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (11), Shoplifting (9), Criminal Trespass (4), Harassment Physical Contact (3), Harassment Domestic Violence (2), Assault Domestic Violence (2), Possession of a Controlled Substance (2), Custodial Interference (2), Strangulation (1), Robbery (1), Burglary (1), Disorderly Conduct (1) Distribution of a Controlled substance (1), DUII (1), Hit and Run (1), Possession of a Burglary Tool (1), Recovered Stolen Vehicle for Other Agency (1), Resisting Arrest (1) and Theft from a Coin Op Machine (1).

Sunday October 25, 2020

  • Officers assisted TVF&R with a house fire in the 14000 block of SW Chehalem Court. Everyone made it out of the house safely.
  • Workers at a business in the 9900 block of SW Tigard Street reported the glass in the front door being shattered, but it doesn’t appear that anything inside the business was stolen. Officers are investigating.
  • A woman with two felony arrest warrants was taken to jail, after officers located her in connection with suspicious activity reported at a hotel in the 9000 block of SW Washington Square Road.

 Saturday, October 24, 2020

  • Guests at a hotel in the 9000 block of SW Washington Square Road reported shopping bags being stolen from their hotel room, with contents valued at roughly $1,600. The investigation remains active.
  • Officers got a call about a man attacking a woman near 95th & North Dakota and leaving in a vehicle together. Officers responded quickly but were unable to locate the vehicle and no additional calls were received.
  • Several calls came in about a man walking down Highway 217. Police responded and gave the man a ride to get him off the dangerous roadway.

Friday,  October 23, 2020

  • Just after 3 a.m. a woman showed up on a neighbor’s porch hysterical and bloody. Investigating officers determined the woman had been in an altercation with her daughter and was pushed to the ground. She was taken to the hospital after exhibiting signs of a mental health crisis while her daughter was arrested for fourth-degree domestic violence.
  • Officers responded to a silent alarm at an apartment complex under construction in the 11000 block of SW 68th Parkway. Responding officers found a man who had entered the construction area and was on a second-floor balcony. He was cited for criminal trespass.Transformer
  • Around 3:30 p.m., officers responded to a welfare check for a man who was sleeping in his car. As officers were in route, witnesses reported the man was driving away. He was stopped in the 9100 block of SW Burnham Street, and officers developed probable cause to arrest the man for DUII. His blood alcohol content of 0.31% - nearly four times the legal limit.
  • Officers assisted other agencies after a transformer blew near Hall & Scoffins, setting off fire alarms and knocking out power to the Hall/Hunziker/Scoffins intersection. 

 Thursday, October 22, 2020

  • A man in the 14100 block of SW Fern Street reported someone broke into his trailer and stole electronics, sporting goods, hearing aids and other items worth nearly $8,000. The investigation is open and ongoing.
  • Officers responded to two separate calls of customers stealing merchandise from a store in the 14800 block of SW Sequoia Parkway. In both cases, the suspects were charged with second-degree theft.

 Wednesday, October 21, 2020

  • An officer took an identity theft report involving a community member who received a debit card in the mail for an account that was fraudulently opened in her name. Checking her credit report, she determined that her identity was also used to obtain a fraudulent loan. 
  • An officer responded to a call about a wallet stolen from an open cubby at a gym on the 12200 block of SW Scholls Ferry Rd between 3:30-4:30pm. The suspect quickly charged two $500 transactions at a grocery store before the victim realized it was missing.
  • Officers arrested a man for harassment and robbery at a laundromat on the 11900 block of SW Pacific Highway. Around 9:45pm, the victim reportedly bumped into him while he was sleeping on the floor while she was doing her laundry. He began yelling at her, hitting her with a flip flop, spit at her and then stole her money and cigarettes.
  • A Forest Grove man was arrested for strangulation and harassment involving a domestic violence incident with a significant other that occurred in a parked car on the 16800 block of SW 72nd Avenue. 

Tuesday, October 20, 2020

  • Officers charged a Gaston man with burglary II and theft II associated with a theft of coins from a laundry room at an apartment complex in August 2020. After Beaverton Police arrested the suspect for a similar crime, Tigard officers matched his photo to the one obtained from the apartment manager.SemiTruck_Towed
  • A Tigard officer was on patrol around 5:30pm and noticed a suspicious 2004 Dodge car with a note stuck to it. After running the plate, she contacted the registered owner who lives in Eugene and learned that a male subject agreed to repair the vehicle, but never returned it. The officer located the subject and cited him for Recovered Stolen Vehicle for Other Agency.
  • A Tigard Police Community Service Officer performed traffic control on SW McDonald at Hall while a tow truck moved a semi-truck that got stuck backing out of a driveway around noon. 

Monday, October 19, 2020

  • A 2003 Yamaha motorcycle was stolen on the 9500 block of SW Washington Square Road overnight.
  • An officer was dispatched to a stolen vehicle call involving a 2007 Lexus. The victim’s other vehicle had been stolen four days prior and the spare key stored in the car was used to steal the Lexus overnight.
  • An officer responded to a report of a male subject walking through the playground at Cook Park taking videos of kids around 4:30pm. An officer was unable to locate the subject during an area check.  


Week: Monday, October 12th - Sunday, October 18th 
During the week, Tigard officers made 27 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (15), Harassment Physical and Domestic Violence (6), Shoplifting (5), Possession of a Controlled Substance (3), Unlawful Use of a Weapon (2), False Info to a Police Officer (2), Recovered Stolen Vehicle from another Agency (2), Possession of a Stolen Vehicle (1), Unlawful Entry into a Motor Vehicle (1), Burglary (1), Menacing Domestic Violence (1), Luring a Minor (1), Criminal Mischief (1), Criminal Trespass (1), DUII (1), Driving While Suspended (1), PO Detainer Warrant (1), Theft from a Coin-Op Machine (1), and Theft of Services (1).

Sunday October 18, 2020

  • A woman was cited for third-degree theft after stealing merchandise from a grocery store in the 13100 block of SW Pacific Highway. Witnesses reported the woman refused to wear a mask in the store and when cashiers declined to serve her, she left the store with the unpaid items.
  • Officers are investigating a reported theft from a store at Washington Square Mall, in which the suspect appears to have taken $1,000 worth of jackets from a display.

 Saturday, October 17, 2020

  • Just before 2:00 a.m., officers contacted a woman near SW Coronado Street & SW Pacific Highway who had six warrants out for her arrest. Dispatch confirmed the warrants and the woman was taken into custody.
  • Officers responded to a traffic crash on SW Pacific Highway near SW 74th Avenue at 4:55 p.m. It appears the driver of a passenger car pulled out in front of a truck and the driver of the truck couldn’t stop in time. One person was transported to the hospital. Crash photo October_2020
  • Around 5:15 p.m. officers responded to a hotel in the 13000 block of SW 68th Parkway after an anonymous caller reported a case of possible child neglect. Responding officers found a young boy who had been left in the care of a stranger for an extended period of time. DHS was contacted and probable cause has been established to arrest the boy’s mother.

Friday,  October 16, 2020

  • Officers responded to a store in the 13900 block of SW Pacific Highway where employees reported a customer passed a counterfeit bill. Officers reviewed surveillance video and the investigation remains open.
  • Through follow-up investigation, officers recovered a Subaru that had been stolen earlier in the day from Portland at a hotel in the 10800 block of SW Greenburg Road. A man associated with the stolen car was arrested on a warrant out of California, and the rightful owner of the car was contacted.

 Thursday, October 15, 2020

  • Officers arrested a man for harassment (domestic violence) after a verbal disagreement between the man and his female partner escalated into a physical situation. The man left prior to officers arriving, but he was located with a K-9 team hiding in nearby brush.
  • Around 6:30 p.m. officers responded to a disturbance at a restaurant in the 12200 block of SW Scholls Ferry Road. Witnesses reported a man yelling at people and trying to start fights in the parking lot. Responding officers learned the man was experiencing a mental health crisis. He was reunited with a family member and left the area.

 Wednesday, October 14, 2020

  • A resident called the police after reviewing video surveillance footage and seeing an unknown man with a flashlight looking around his property at 5:00 a.m. on the 14200 block of SW 114th Avenue. Nothing appeared to be missing.
  • An officer took a report involving the overnight theft of a black 2018 Honda Civic from the driveway on the 8900 block of SW Greensward Lane. The spare key may have been left in the victim’s other vehicle that was prowled.
  • The locks on laundry coin drawers were reportedly drilled out at an apartment complex on the 8700 block of SW Commercial Street. An officer took a theft report involving a coin machine at another apartment complex on the 9000 block of SW Washington Square Road during the previous day.
  • Officers arrested a Portland man for harassment-physical contact and unlawful use of a weapon after responding to a disturbance with a weapon call at a restaurant on the 10100 block of SW Washington Square Road. While waiting for a ride home, a male and female were accosted by the suspect who yelled obscenities at the woman. When the suspect was confronted by the male, the situation escalated with the suspect throwing a compact disc player at the male victim hitting his thigh and a battery from the disc player at his head. Witnesses said the man had taken out a knife. 

Tuesday, October 13, 2020

  • Swing shift officers (2pm-12am) responded to several calls about a male wandering into traffic who was flagging down cars in the area of Pacific Highway and Park Street.  Officers performed a welfare check and got him out the roadway.
  • Officers assisted TVF&R with securing the area while fire fighters extinguished a brush fire in a wooded area on the eastside of 72nd around 6:30 p.m.
  • Officers responded to a robbery call at an apartment complex on the 15100 block of SW Royalty Parkway that occurred around 10:00 p.m. An unknown male subject demanded that the victim hand over a cell phone. He verbally threatened the victim, claiming to have a gun. Officers were unable to locate the subject during an area check. 

Monday, October 12, 2020

  • Officers responded to a missing-persons call involving an elderly female with a medical condition who had been missing for 45 minutes from the area of SW Oak near Hall Boulevard around 7pm. Fortunately, a motorist called dispatch to report a woman wandering in the street who was not dressed for the conditions. Officers were able to reunite her with her family.
  • Officers arrested a Newberg man for arrest warrants, possession of a controlled substance and providing false info to a police officer after responding to a suspicious circumstance call about someone trying to break into a vehicle at 14400 block of SW Pacific Highway at 7:50 p.m. 

Week: Monday, October 5th - Sunday, October 11th 
During the week, Tigard officers made 31 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (11), Violation of Restraining Order (8), Harassment Physical (4), Criminal Mischief (3), Shoplifting (3), Possession of a Controlled Substance (2), Unlawful Entry into a Motor Vehicle (2), Criminal Trespass (1), DUII (1), Interfering with a Peace Officer (1), Menacing with a Weapon (1), PO Detainer Warrant (1), Reckless Driving (1), Stalking (1) Theft from Vehicle (1), and Unlawful Use of a Weapon (1).

Car break ins and thefts are up for the month of September. For more information and crime prevention tips, please visit: https://www.tigard-or.gov/police/seasonal_cp.php

Sunday October 11, 2020

  • During the week, at least 19 car-break ins were reported. A majority occurred overnight to unlocked vehicles. A few were accessed through windows left partially opened or smashed. Tools, a garage door opener, checkbook, stereo equipment, loose change, cash, backpack, chargers were among the items stolen. Please find crime prevention tips here: https://www.tigard-or.gov/police/seasonal_cp.php  

  • Around 4 a.m. officers responded to the 10100 block of SW 69th Avenue on reports that a man was trying car handles in an effort to break into them. The caller reported the man left the area in a truck. Officers tried pulling the man over, but he refused to stop and led officers on a chase. Ultimately, the man and his female passenger took off on foot, sparking a lengthy K-9 track. Officers recovered methamphetamine in the truck. The woman was located and cited for interfering with a peace officer.
  • A man living in the 13900 block of SW Aerie Drive reported that his garage was burglarized and his 2011 Mercedes had been stolen. His wallet and his wife’s purse had both been left inside and the suspect(s) were attempting to use the stolen credit cards. The investigation remains ongoing.

 Saturday, October 10, 2020

  • Around 6 a.m. officers responded to a burglary alarm at a business in the 16200 block of SW Pacific Highway. The suspect entered by damaging the building, causing estimated losses of nearly $5,000. Officers are continuing to investigate. Crash2_101020
  • In the rainy fall weather, officers responded to 4 separate injury crashes, including a head-on crash near Hall Blvd & 99 and a car that crashed into a tree and rolled over near Upper Boones Ferry & 72nd. In that incident, the driver admitted being drunk. His blood alcohol content was measured at 0.206 – more than twice the legal limit. 

Friday,  October 9, 2020

  • Officers responded to a teen in crisis who was expressing suicidal ideation near an overpass. Officers, mental health experts and crisis negotiators responded. A Tigard police sergeant talked with the teen, developed a rapport with him and ultimately helped to safely deescalate the situation. 
  • An officer was involved in a pursuit with a driver who refused to stop, hit the patrol car, ran a red light and continued to drive erratically. At one point, the driver reached 90 mph on Hwy 217 and the pursuit was terminated in a local neighborhood due to safety concerns. The officer confirmed the driver has active warrants for his arrests and the investigation is ongoing.

 Thursday, October 8, 2020

  • A man was arrested after a confrontation at a bottle drop in the 14400 block of SW Pacific Highway. Around 6 p.m. witnesses reported the man had pulled a knife and was threatening to harm people with it. Investigating officers recovered a 4-inch sheathed knife from the man’s hip. He was taken to jail on charges of menacing with a physical weapon and unlawful use of a weapon.knives
  • Officers responded to a reported road rage incident where a driver reported being followed by an aggressive driver who was tailgating him and cutting other drivers off. Officers contacted both drivers and found two large knives in the suspect’s vehicle. He was cited on a charge of stalking. 

 Wednesday, October 7, 2020

  • Officers reponded to a report of an attempted theft of a 4-wheeler at 9180 SW Burnham. Someone trespassed on the property and tried to ram the vehicle through the fence. The suspect fled, leaving the vehicle running and the fence damaged.
  • Officers assisted TVF&R in performing evacuations within 300 feet of a gas leak at SW 72nd Avenue and Ventura and closed roads in the immediate area. NW Natural addressed the issue. 

Tuesday, October 6, 2020

  • The front passenger door of a vehicle parked in a garage at 10765 SW Greenburg Road was reportedly keyed during work hours.
  • Officers charged a Portland man with harassment-physical contact. He allegedly visited his former place of employment and hit a current employee in the face during an argument on the 14100 block of SW 72nd Avenue.
  • A 2010 white BMW coupe was reported stolen from the 13300 block of SW 128th Place over the weekend. 
  • Catalytic converters were stolen from two school vans at 9000 SW Durham Road over the last few months. In an unrelated incident, one was stolen overnight from a Dodge Dakota on the 14300 block of SW 72nd Avenue. 

Monday, October 5, 2020

  • A car was reportedly keyed on the 15200 block of SW Royalty Parkway.
  • Officers responded to a report of a male threatening a female on the trail near 12300 SW Grant Avenue. After contacting both individuals, they determined that no crime had been committed.  

Week: Monday, September 28th - Sunday, October 4th 
During the week, Tigard officers made 15 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (7), Assault (3), Shoplifting (3), DUII (2), Possession of a Controlled Substance (2), Distribution of a Controlled Substance (1),  Criminal Possession of a Forged Instrument (1), Strangulation DV (1),  Menacing with a Weapon (1), Unlawful Possession of a Firearm (1), Unlawful Use of a Weapon (1),  Criminal Trespass (1), Harassment Verbal (1), Possession of a Burglar Tool (1), Reckless Driving (1), Theft (2)

Car break ins and thefts are up for the month of September. For more information and crime prevention tips, please visit: https://www.tigard-or.gov/police/seasonal_cp.php

Sunday October 4, 2020

  • Around 3am, a white 1998 Chevrolet pickup truck was reportedly stolen from the driveway on the 11100 block of SW 95th Avenue. The keys had been left in the vehicle.
  • Between 12-7am, someone reportedly stole a tool bag out of an unlocked vehicle on the 8600 block of SW Bellflower Street.
  • A business community mailbox was reportedly pried open over the weekend and mail stolen at 7145 SW Varns Street.
  • Around 6:45pm, an officer and TVF&R responded to a hazardous call involving sewage that spilled onto the street on the 9800 block of SW Walnut Place in front of a church. The spill was caused by a broken pipe on an RV. 

 Saturday, October 3, 2020

  • A community member reported a $3500 scam involving an email stating that there was a fraudulent charge on his Apple account. When he called what he thought was Apple Support at 888-234-5512, the call taker claimed they were were opening an investigation to catch the scammers, instructing the victim to send money via Zelle and provide banking information in order to catch them.
  • Between 11:50-1:05pm, a wallet was reportedly stolen from a purse left on a shopping cart at Costco. The main compartment of the purse had been left unzipped. When the victim notified her bank of stolen cards, a $2800 purchase at Best Buy had already been charged to her account. 
  • A traffic safety officer pursued a Chevy travelling at a high rate of speed and attempted to conduct a traffic stop. Due to public safety concerns, the officer abandoned the pursuit. The vehicle was later found ditched on Claridge Drive off of 88th and Hall. The investigation is ongoing.  

Friday,  October 2, 2020

  • At 3:53pm, officers were dispatched to a traffic crash at 12442 SW Scholls Ferry Rd. After exiting a McDonald’s drive through, a driver hit the gas instead of the brake pedal and drove over two curbs, hitting six cars before her vehicle came to complete stop. She was cited for careless driving.Gun at the mall
  • Officers responded to a disturbance with a weapon at 5:45pm and arrested an 18-year old for Menacing with a Weapon, Unlawful Use of a Weapon and Unlawful Use of a Fire Arm. During a verbal altercation, the male reportedly pointed a pistol at a group while at the mall at 9585 SW Washington Square Road. 

 Thursday,  October 1, 2020

  • At 6:40am, Tigard Police officers were dispatched to a report of a traffic crash at the 76 gas station at 10775 SW Greenburg Road where a vehicle struck a propane tank. Officers worked with TVF&R on evacuations and road closures. No crime was committed.Crash Propane Tank

 Wednesday, September 30, 2020

  • At 11:25am, officers responded to a disturbance/fight call at 10795 SW Cascade. While a business owner was working outside, a male subject reportedly tried to open the door to his business. When the owner attempted to block him from entering, the subject punched him in the face. The subject eventually took off on a BMX style bike. The investigation is ongoing.  
  • A man was reportedly running around, screaming expletives and shining a flashlight at people watching an outdoor movie at 13405 SW Hall Boulevard at 8:40pm. Officers were able to get him to move along.   

Tuesday, September 29, 2020

  • An officer arrested and issued a citation for Criminal Possession of a Forged Instrument to a male subject who reportedly passed two fake $5 bills at the 76 gas station on SW Greenburg.
  • Officers arrested a Vancouver man for Strangulation and Assault IV after he reportedly assaulted his wife in the Walmart parking lot around 9:30pm.

Monday, September 28, 2020

  • Tools were reportedly stolen from a locked Chevrolet passenger van over the weekend at a business at 16285 SW 85th Avenue. There were no signs of forced entry.
  • A business owner reported that he discovered that someone had attempted to steal the catalytic converter from a Toyota Prius at 7390 SW Bonita over the weekend.
  • A 2020 Ford pickup truck was reportedly ransacked with binoculars and a GPS stolen between 1-5am on the 12700 block of SW Glacier Lily Circle.
  • This morning, a vehicle owner reportedly found all four car doors ajar and believes house keys were stolen overnight from his vehicle parked on driveway on the 12600 block of SW Glacier Lily Drive. There were no signs of forced entry on the 2000s Chevy vehicle. 
  • A 2013 Ford Explorer was reportedly stolen from a driveway on the 11000 block of SW Summer Lake Drive overnight. It was left unlocked with the keys inside.
  • At 4:13pm, a maintenance worker at an apartment complex on the 7700 block of SW Pfaffle reported that a female subject pulled out a machete and threatened to cut him after he asked her to leave the property.  The employee declined to press charges and officers trespassed her from the property.
  • A storage unit was reportedly broken into and tools and coins stolen at 13473 SW Pacific Highway.
  • A community member reported that he received a letter from the Small Business Administration stating that a disaster loan for $9500 in his name was in deferment status. Because the URL on the form showed .gov, he thought the letter was legitimate and called the phone number listed on it. The call taker asked for his social security number and other personal information. At that point, he determined it to be a scam. 

Week: Monday, September 21st - Sunday, September 27th 
During the week, Tigard officers made 15 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Shoplifting (7), Arrest Warrant (6), Theft of Vehicle Parts (2), Harassment DV (2), Assault IV DV (1), Criminal Trespass (1), Violation of a Restraining Order (1), Possession of a Controlled Substance (1), PO Detainer/Warrant (1), DUII (1)

Below are a number of reports of car break ins. Although it is not an exhaustive list for the week, please visit this webpage for crime prevention tips: https://www.tigard-or.gov/police/seasonal_cp.php

Sunday September 27, 2020

  • A suspicious person call at 03:08am led to two men being charged with theft II after they were observed attempting to cut off a catalytic converter from a fleet vehicle at 12000 SW Garden Pl. In general, catalytic converter thefts have increased over the last few months. Click here for prevention tips. 
  • Tigard officers arrested a man for possession of a controlled substance-meth and PO Detainer Warrant after responding to a call about a verbal altercation on the 14700 block of SW 109th Avenue.
  • An officer performed an area check in the morning after a resident heard someone try to open her garage door with an opener that had been reported stolen out of her vehicle at a Portland grocery store.

 Saturday, September 26, 2020

  • Officers responded to a theft in progress at Dick’s Sporting Goods at 9402 SW Washington Square Rd where the suspect left the store and boarded a TriMet bus. Officers worked with dispatch to arrest him at the next bus stop. He was allegedly associated with thefts from five stores in the mall.      
  • A shopper at Fred Meyer’s was looking at merchandise around 10:20pm when someone stole her wallet from the shopping cart.

Friday,  September 25, 2020

  • Officers responded to a call from family members about an individual in crisis. After several hours of searching, officers were able to locate the person in another city and get him connected with medical assistance.
  • Officers apprehended one of two men who had fled by bicycle after a loss prevention specialist reported they were stuffing stolen merchandise in a bag at Walmart.
  • Officers responded to a criminal mischief report at 9669 SW Washington Square Road where a disgruntled customer knocked over and damaged store mannequins and threatened employees.
  • Tools and a power washer were stolen during a business burglary at 7895 SW Hunziker.
  • A champagne colored 1994 Honda Accord was stolen from the area of SW 109th Ave. and SW Murdock Street overnight.
  • A 1998 white Toyota Camry was stolen overnight from an apartment complex on the 107900 block of SW Murdock Court.

 Thursday,  September 24, 2020

  • Officers arrested a male subject for harassment-DV after being dispatched to 7600 SW Dartmouth on multiple calls about a physical altercation between a male and female.
  • An owner of a vacant property reported that within the last three days, someone had tampered with the lock to a detached garage on the 9900 block of SW Walnut Street and was possibly staying there.

 Wednesday, September 23, 2020

  • The Tigard Police Community Service Officer assisted OSP, ODOT, and Tualatin PD on an incident at around 5pm involving a loose pig in the center median of I-5 near the I-205 interchange during rush hour traffic in the heavy rain.  The four of them were able to get the pig into the kennel using a snappy snare and dog leash.Pig on the loose on I5
  • Around 7pm, the passenger side rear window of a 2006 Acura was broken out and a purse stolen between 4:30-6:30pm at 10205 SW Washington Square Rd.
  • About 10:30pm, the rear window of a 2015 Lexus was smashed and a duffle style luggage bag was reportedly stolen.

Tuesday, September 22, 2020

  • A 1995 Toyota 4Runner parked on the street was reported stolen from the 8900 block of SW Commercial Street.
  • An officer was dispatched to the 11300, 11500 blocks of SW 135th and SW 135th Avenue and Scholls Ferry on multiple reports of graffiti reading X3 and Baby Dagy X3. The officer contacted the property owners to clean up the tags. More graffiti was reported during the day. Graffiti in Tigard should be reported through the non-emergency line at 503-629-0111.
  • A man and woman reportedly stole high-valued handbags at Nordstrom around 5pm.
  • A neighbor received a call from male claiming to be Officer Thomas from Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE). The caller threatened to arrest the neighbor unless he needed to paid a $500  “bond” in Target gift cards related to an arrest warrant. The caller spoofed ICE’s phone number, leading the neighbor to believe the call was legitimate.

Monday, September 21, 2020

  • A business owner at 12215 SW Main Street reported that someone broke in through a window and stole pipes and tobacco products at 4:30am.
  • After responding to a suspicious vehicle call involving a sedan parked on the grass at Dirksen Nature Park at 11:58pm, an officer arrested one of the occupants for an arrest warrant.

Week: Monday, September 14th - Sunday, September 20th 

During the week, Tigard officers made 18 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (9), Possession of a Controlled Substance (4), Assault IV (3), Harassment (3), DUII (2), PO Detainer/Warrant (2), Assault of a Public Safety Officer (1), Burglary (1), Computer Crime (1), Criminal Mischief (1) Criminal Possession of a Forged Instrument (1), Criminal Trespass (1), Disorderly Conduct (1), Fail to Carry a License (1), Forgery (1), Identity Theft (1), Operation without Required Lighting Equipment (1), Shoplifting (1)

Sunday September 20, 2020

  • A 2006 Ford Ranger was stolen from the Target store parking lot at 9009 SW Hall Boulevard between 6:40-7pm. The vehicle was located in a parking lot east of the location later that evening.
  • An officer cited a Tigard man for Criminal Mischief III after he repeatedly hit and dented a car of an ex-girlfriend on the 9500 block of SW Greenburg Road.

 Saturday, September 19, 2020

  • A graveyard shift officer crawled on the roof of a local business on Pacific Highway to conduct a security check after an alarm activation overnight. Fortunately, everything checked out fine.Roof Check
  • An ax and DVDs were stolen from a truck canopy parked on street on the 12800 block of SW 116th avenue overnight.
  • An unknown suspect entered an unlocked Toyota Rav 4 overnight that was parked on the street of the 9400 block of SW 92nd Avenue and stole a wallet and a garage door opener. The suspect opened the garage door with the opener and stole a purse from the vehicle parked in the garage.
  • At 8:30pm, officers were dispatched to report of a male subject doing drugs in a restroom at a pet store at 11705 SW Pacific Highway. The subject was found with drug paraphernalia.
  • A large number of cars and trucks were reportedly at the cinema with a few doing burnouts. Officers arrived and the group left the area.

Friday,  September 18, 2020

  • Officers arrested a male subject for Burglary I, PO Detainer Warrant and Possession of a Controlled Substance Meth after a call from a resident in an apartment complex that someone was removing the window screen on the 14100 block of SW 105th Ave at 4:04am. A partner K9 team was able to track down the suspect.  
  • Officers arrested a Beaverton woman for possession of a controlled substance heroin and cocaine after receiving a call that a woman was unresponsive in a car at 11705 SW Pacific Highway at 4:15am.
  • Officers arrested a woman for assaulting her boyfriend after being dispatched to a welfare check about a woman screaming outside on the 11400 block of SW 94th Ave at approximately 5am.
  • A blue graffiti tag “1 Twink w5” on a wooden fence on the 10300 block of SW Greenburg Road was reported. The officer contacted the owner of the property to clean up the tag.  
  • A juvenile was arrested for assault IV and harassment DV and referred to the juvenile department after he assaulted a family member causing non-serious injuries.

 Thursday,  September 17, 2020

  • Officers cited a male subject for assault IV after he hit another person with a bag that contained a hard object in it during a verbal altercation, which caused a non-serious injury at 12280 SW Hall Boulevard around 12:40pm.
  • Officers responded to a welfare check involving a person passed out on the front lawn of an apartment complex. The individual exhibited signs of impairment and was combative when medical staff tried to get her on the gurney, which required officer assistance.
  • A Tigard woman was arrested for Forgery I and Criminal Possession of a Forged Instrument I after she allegedly cashed a fraudulent check at 9185 SW Hall Boulevard.

 Wednesday, September 16, 2020

  • Officers arrested a juvenile driver for DUII after he failed to yield for oncoming traffic at an intersection and then ran a red light at SW 116th Avenue and Durham. A Drug Recognition Expert determined that he was impaired.
  • At approximately 4:45pm, an officer arrested a Hillsboro woman for a PO Detainer Warrant after responding to a suspicious circumstance in a parking lot at 9009 SW Hall Blvd where she appeared to be using drugs in a vehicle. 
  • A 12-foot black metal trailer parked on the street was stolen overnight at the corner of SW Village Glen Dr and SW Frewing St. 

Tuesday, September 15, 2020

  • A resident reported a secret shopper scam resulting in a loss of $2,500. The victim responded to a letter asking her to participate in a "logistics survey" and to participate as a secret shopper. She received a check for $2,950.00, was instructed to purchase $2,500 in Nike gift cards and keep the remaining $450 as payment for her services. She bought the gift cards and provided the info on the cards to scammer who depleted the balance. By the time she learned the check sent to her was fraudulent, it was too late.  
  • Between 2-11am, a 1995 2-door Green Acura was reportedly stolen from an apartment complex on the 8500 block of SW Pfaffle St.
  • Officers received a report of a road rage incident involving a gun. An unknown male in an SUV reportedly began following another male driver and yelling at him  about travelling too fast in a school zone. When the driver stopped his car on the 13700 block of SW Pacific Highway and went to talk to the man in the SUV, the subject pointed a gun at him, told him to back off and drove away.

Monday, September 14, 2020

  • Officers arrested a Beaverton man for Identity Theft I after he reportedly filled out a credit application using fraudulent information at business at 9385 SW Greenburg Road.
  • At approximately 4:25pm, an officer patrolling the area of SW Pacific Hwy near SW Johnson St observed smoke coming from the brush line on the side of the road behind 12553 SW Main St. The fire appeared to be 10-20 ft in radius. Officers worked on putting out the fire until TVF&R arrived and extinguished it. The investigation is ongoing.brush_fire
  • Officers arrested a Tigard woman for Harassment DV, Harassment Physical Contact, Assault of a Public Safety Officer and Disorderly Conduct after she got into a physical altercation with relatives on the 9900 block of SW North Dakota Street.

Week: Monday, September 7th - Sunday, September 14th 
During the week, Tigard officers made 10 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (5), Shoplifting (4), Attempt to Elude a Police Office (1), Harassment-DV (1), Menacing Physical Weapon (1), DUII (1), Hit and Run (1), Criminal Trespass (1), False Info to the Police (1), PO Detainer/Warrant (1), Possession of a Controlled Substance (1), Recovered Stolen-Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle (1) and Reckless Driving (1)

Tigard Police received at least 19 reports of vehicle break ins during the week; most occurred overnight during the weekdays. In many cases, the vehicles were reportedly left unlocked. In one report a window was broken and another a lock was faulty. Stolen items included a laptop, radon monitor, stereo, coins, charging cords, change, cash, keys and shoes. Passport, pay stubs, license, registration and insurance info were also taken. In a few cases, nothing was taken from the vehicles. To prevent theft from vehicles, please click here

Vehicles targeted were located on the:  

  • 9700 block SW Frewing Street
  • 8500 block SW Schmidt Loop
  • 8600 block SW Schmidt Loop-2 reports
  • 8700 block SW Schmidt Loop
  • 9600 block SW Schmidt Loop
  • 8700 block SW Hamlet Street
  • 8900 block SW Avon Court
  • 9000 block SW Greening Lane
  • 8300 block SW Bonaventure Lane
  • 11300 SW Greenburg Road reports
  • 11700 block SW Lynn Street
  • 11700 SW 98TH Ave
  • 12000 block SW 118TH AVE
  • 14000 SW Pacific Highway
  • 15600 block SW 84TH Place-2 reports
  • 16300 block SW 103RD Avenue

Sunday September 13, 2020

  • When a business owner told a male to leave the premises 12000 SW Main Street, he began yelling at the owner, swinging a stick and threatening to hit him with it.  Officers located the subject at a bus stop, cited him for physical menacing and trespassed him from the property.

 Saturday, September 12, 2020

  • An officer took a report about a package being stolen from a porch on Monday at approximately 3:15pm on the 10700 block of SW Pathfinder Way.
  • A resident reported a rental scam. He paid a $2k deposit on a rental property in Playa del Rey that he found on Craigslist. The landlord was supposed to send the keys, but could no longer be reached after payment was rendered.
  • Officers received a report of a tech support scam. A resident clicked on a malicious link , which caused the computer screen to freeze and display a message to call Microsoft to fix the problem. When called, the scammer claiming to be with tech support stated that the computer had been hacked and instructed the victim to purchase gift cards that could be transferred to the victim’s bank account.

Friday,  September 11, 2020

  • A resident reported that he was pick pocketed at the mall at 9585 SW Washington Square Road and his credit cards were fraudently used at multiple stores. His wallet had been stored in the side pocket of his cargo pants.
  • At 6:25pm, officers arrested a male subject for shoplifting II, arrest warrants and providing false info to the police at 9500 SW Washington Square Road after he reportedly stole clothing at the location. In a separate incident at 8pm, officers cited another male subject for shoplifting II at 7600 SW Dartmouth. 

 Thursday,  September 10, 2020

  • At 2:32pm, officers were dispatched to the Washington Square Mall on a report of a man w/a gun & shots fired. Officers quickly arrived and found the male subject, ascertaining that the incident was a verbal disturbance. No weapons were seen or found. There were no injuries or shots fired.

 Wednesday, September 9, 2020

  • Detectives are investigating a burglary at a deli occurring around 1:38am at 9930 SW Walnut Street. Tobacco and vaping products were reportedly stolen. 
  • Officers assisted Washington County Sheriff’s Office on calls during the day since deputies were involved with evacuations from the west end fires.
  • Fraudulent activity on the bank account of a vulnerable adult staying at a care facility was reported.

Tuesday, September 8, 2020

  • Officers assisted TVF&R at a structure fire at an apartment complex on SW Buffalo Place and North Dakota by evacuating the units, rescuing a cat and helping with traffic.
  • Officers responded the 12500 block of SW Brookside Avenue at 5:49 on a report of menacing with a weapon. A resident confronted a male subject who was lifting the truck bed cover of his Ford 150. The subject reportedly pulled out a gun and told the resident to back off and then took off in an old brown pickup truck  with a woman in the passenger seat.
  • A caller reported that a woman was observed inside a laundromat at 11945 SW Pacific Hwy after the business was closed around 3:15am. Officers arrested the woman for Criminal Trespass II and several warrants after they responded to the incident.Wind_storm_9-7-20
  • At 11:05 hours, an officer responded to the 11400 block of SW 135TH Ave ona report that someone tried to push open a door to an apartment unit. The victim was able to hold the door back to prevent it from being opened. There was extensive damage to the locking mechanism, door seam and frame.

Monday, September 7, 2020

  • A driver was arrested for DUII and Reckless Driving around 1am after he was observed by an officer travelling down the wrong side of the road near SW Pacific Hwy near SW Canterbury Lane.
  • The wind storm resulted in hazard calls about downed powerlines, trees as well as alarm calls due to activations from the conditions.



Week: Monday, August 31st
 - Sunday, September 6th 
During the week, Tigard officers made 31 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrant (19), Shoplifting (6), DUII (4), Criminal Mischief (3), Criminal Trespass (3), False Info to the Police (3), PO Detainer/Warrant (2), Assault of a Public Safety Officer (1), Disorderly Conduct (1), Driving While Suspended (1), Fail to Carry or Present a License (1), Harassment-Physical Contact (1), Identity Theft (1), Interfering with a Peace Officer (1),  Possession of a Controlled Substance (1), Recovered Stolen-Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle (1), Resisting Arrest (1), Theft Other (1), Theft from a Vehicle (1), Theft of Mail (1) and Unlawful Entry Into a Motor Vehicle (1).

Sunday September 6, 2020

  • From Thursday through Sunday of this week, officers continued their focus on impaired driving and arrested four drivers for DUII. Drivers were stopped for weaving, speeding and not having headlights turned on. Two drivers registered .12% Blood Alcohol Content, one .21%, over 2x the legal limit and other refused the breathalyzer, requiring a warrant. One of the officers working overtime on a DUII grant was accompanied by the Deputy District Attorney.
  • Officers were dispatched to Cook Park involving at least one car racing and doing donuts in the park around 3:30am. The driver was cited.
  • A wallet stored in an open cubby was stolen at a gym at 16255 SW Upper Boones Ferry Road.

Saturday, September 5, 2020

  • Tigard officers assisted Tualatin PD on containment involving a stolen vehicle incident around 2am.  The driver fled the scene, but Tualatin was able to identify him and the passenger was taken into custody.
  • A 2020 Toyota RAV4 was stolen from the 14900 block of SW Greenfield sometime between midnight and 06:30am on 9/5/20. The remote may have been left in the vehicle. The vehicle had a GPS system and Portland Police were able to recover it in their jurisdiction.

Friday,  September 4, 2020

  • Officers received a delayed report of a male subject sitting in a light blue vehicle at Albertsons at 14300 SW Barrows Road with his genitals exposed yesterday. The reporter didn’t believe the male was deliberatly exposing himself to her.
  • At 5:30am, officers were dispatched to a head-on injury crash at SW Upper Boones Ferry Rd and SW 72nd Ave between a Kawaski motorcycle and Toyota Tacoma. The motorcyclist was injured and transported to the hospital. The motorcycle had been reported stolen. The motorcyclist had outstanding warrants and was driving while his license was suspended.  Traffic Safety Officers are investigating the cause of the crash.Motorcycle_Crash
  • A 2020 Ford Platinum F250, dark grey, with no plates, was reportedly stolen at 12000 SW 66th Ave. Later that day, an owner of a 2014 Ford pickup truck reported that his license plates were stolen at that location while it was at the repair shop.
  • While conducting a routine traffic stop around 11:15pm, a male subject provided the officer with a false name and info. After getting back up from a partner agency, it was determined that the subject had an outstanding felony warrant out of Vancouver Washington.

 Thursday,  September 3, 2020

  • Officers responded to several calls about camping on private property.
  • Around 2pm, officers responded to a report of a theft that occurred at 9585 SW Washington Square Road. The reporting party stated that three juveniles stole his personal cell phone, broke his work IPad and fled in a white vehicle.
  • Officers assisted Fire on a CPR/AED call at 4:15pm.
  • Officers apprehended and charged a man and a woman with theft II after loss prevention reportedly observed them cutting security tags and stealing merchandise from the store at 14800 SW Sequoia Parkway.
  • Tigard Police responded to a call about a man pounding on doors around 8pm. Officers contacted the man who appeared to be impaired and arranged with his family to keep him in his unit to sober up.

Wednesday, September 2, 2020

  • A Ford F150 that had been reportedly locked was stolen overnight from the 13700 block of SW 124th Avenue. The owner had GPS and Portland Police officers were able to locate and recover it in Portland.
  • A caller reportedly told a man camping on private property at Sw 72nd Ave / Sw Pacific Hwy to leave by 9/1/20. When the caller approached the individual again on 9/2, the man was reportedly hostile and aggressive, yelling at the caller. Officers trespassed the individual, informing him that he needed to leave by 6am the following day.
  • Police were called out to the 10700 block of SW Cascade Ave regarding a woman endangering herself and other drivers by walking into traffic. The individual was taken to the hospital for evaluation.  
  • A number of calls were received about thefts from vehicles and a theft of a bike trailer (not all of the details were known):
    • Two cars broken into, nothing was apparently taken on the 12300 block of Sw 127th Ave
    • Car broken into, nothing was apparently taken on the 10200 block of Sw Picks Ct
    • Backpacks stolen out of a vehicle at 11646 Sw Pacific Hwy
    • Bike trailer stolen from a yard on the 12400 block Sw Brookside Ave

Tuesday, September 1, 2020

  • A lawn mower, leaf blower and trimmers were stolen overnight on the 12400 block of SW Brookside Avenue from a utility trailer parked in a driveway.
  • A catalytic converter was stolen from a 1998 Ford Commercial Chassis around 6am at 11225 SW Greenburg. The culprit cut through a fence to access the vehicle.
  • A white 1992 Honda Civic parked at 7501 SW Dartmouth was stolen sometime between 6:30-10am. 

Monday, August 31, 2020

  • In separate incidents,  officers placed two individuals experiencing mental health crises on police officer’s holds. The incidents resolved peacefully.
  • At approximately 11:30pm, an officer drove by the Plaid Pantry parking lot at 11705 SW Pacific Highway and saw four men engaged in an escalating argument culminating in a male subject throwing a punch. Officers arrested the subject for interfering with a peace officer, po detainer/warrant, resisting arrest and assault of a public safety officer. 

Week: Monday, August 24th - Sunday, August 30th 
During the week, Tigard officers made 18 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Criminal Mischief (5), Shoplifting (5), Arrest Warrants (4), Possession of Controlled Substance (3), Theft Other (2), Robbery (1), Assault DV (1), Assault Witnessed by a Child (1), Violation of a Restraining Order (1), Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle (1),  Criminal Trespass (1), Distribution of a Controlled Substance (1), Hit and Run (1), Reckless Driving (1), Identity Theft (1), Unlawful Use of a Weapon (1), Interference with Making a Report (1), False Info to Police (1) and PO Detainer (1).

Sunday August 30, 2020

  • At 3:30am, three unknown male suspects reportedly were observed breaking into a 2005 Ford Escape parked in front of a residence on the 13500 block of SW Lauren Lane. There were no signs of forced entry, but the glove compartment was rummaged through. It is unclear what was taken. The suspects left before officers arrived.  
  • Around 4:00am, officers responded to a welfare check on the 11100 block of 95th Avenue involving a report of a male knocking on a doors saying that he had been jumped by four males and needed help. Officers contacted the individual who declined assistance. Later that morning, officers were called out for the same individual who was observed running down Greenburg Rd swinging around a sign post. He was taken to the hospital for evaluation. 

Saturday, August 29, 2020

  • Officers arrested a male subject for Criminal Trespass II after responding to a security alarm and finding the subject inside a fenced-in construction site at 11090 SW 68TH PKWY  around 1am.
  • A blue 2000 Nissan Frontier truck was reported stolen overnight. It had been parked on the street in front of the owner’s house and locked.
  • Officers responded to a report of a male coming into a business and screaming and threatening employees for what seemed like five minutes on the 11200 block of SW 81st Ave around 7:30am.
  • Officers responded to a robbery call at 14800 SW Sequoia Pkwy at 1:42pm and apprehended the suspect who had fled from the scene to a nearby hotel. The Canby man was lodged in the Washington County Jail on charges of robbery III and unlawful use of a weapon.

Friday, August 28, 2020

  • Overnight on the 10400 block of SW North Dakota Street, someone reportedly punched the lock on the driver’s side door to enter a 1990s Ford Ranger truck and steal clothing and tools.
  • Someone reportedly tampered with the lock on a gate and stole a generator at a business at 11420 SW Pacific Highway overnight.

 Thursday, August 27, 2020

  • After 4am, officers were dispatched to an alarm call at Metro by T-Mobile located at 11940 SW Pacific Hwy. The front glass door was found shattered and the suspect had fled. The extent of the losses was unknown at the time of report.
  • Tools were stolen from a conex box and portable office trailer at a construction site on the 11600 block of SW 72ND Ave overnight.
  • An off-leash dog reportedly ran across the street and bit a person and his dog on the 13700 block of SW Hathaway Terrace. The responding officer informed the owner that the dog must be quarantined for the next 10 days or until further order by Washington County Animal Control. 
  • Around 2:41pm, a woman reportedly was approached by a male while sitting in her vehicle at 7250 SW Durham Rd. He asked for the time and then entered the passenger door and ordered her to drive. The woman exited the car and the guy left. Multiple officers conducted an area check, but could not locate the suspect described as a white male, 45 to 50 years old with salt and pepper hair, wearing a gray shirt and light colored blue jeans.
  • Around 7pm, the driver’s window was smashed and a backpack and laptop were reported stolen from a vehicle at 10350 SW Greenburg Road. 

Wednesday, August 26, 2020

  • At approximately 05:46am, officers responded to an injury crash at the intersection of SW Bull Mountain Rd and SW Angus Pl where the driver reportedly drove off the road, crashing into a tree, a fence and finally stopping after hitting large bolder. The suspect fled, but a bystander pointed officers in the direction of the suspect. They arrested him on multiple charges including hit and run, possession of a controlled substance.
  • Graveyard shift officers were dispatched to a welfare check at 5:40am where a man left his car idling in the middle of the road and was out in the roadway with hands up, asking passing drivers to get him help. Officers sat talking to him for nearly an hour and connected him with his support system.
  • At 6:30am, officers responded to an injury traffic crash at SW Hunziker and 72nd involving a Mustang that had been travelling at a high rate of speed hitting a dump truck. Officers charged the Mustang driver with reckless driving.Car Crash 9-1-20
  • Officers cited a Tigard man for several counts of criminal mischief after he was observed tagging a building at 12080 SW Main St at 7pm.

Tuesday, August 25, 2020

  • Officers were dispatched to a call involving a male and female in a verbal altercation that was escalating with the male kicking a vehicle in a church parking lot at 9845 SW Walnut Place around 8pm. The woman was arrested for violation of a restraining order.
  • Working with Loss Prevention at the Home Depot on SW Sequoia, officers responded to a report of two male subjects who had used a stolen credit card to purchase two shopping carts worth of merchandise. Officers apprehended them at the vehicle, charging them with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, theft and identity theft.

Monday, August 24, 2020

  • Just after midnight, an officer was dispatched to the 11700 block of SW 98th Avenue on a report that occupants of a red sports car were shooting up drugs and were now passed out. When officers arrived, the main suspect fled. Officers ultimately apprehended and arrested a male suspect for distribution of meth, possession of meth and heroin and an arrest warrant
  • A former resident hired a moving company for an out of state move, paying half of the deposit. The company has yet to deliver the resident’s belongings.
  • A grey BMX bike with red pedals was stolen from a bike rack at 16200 SW Pacific Highway after being left unattended and unlocked for 10 minutes.

Week: Monday, August 17th - Sunday, August 23rd 
During the week, Tigard officers made 22 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrants (11), DUII (5), Possession of a Controlled Substance (4), Harassment DV (3), Assault-DV (2),  Theft Other (2), Shoplifting (2), Aggravated ID Theft (1), Assault (1), Carrying a Concealed Weapon (1), Criminal Mischief (1), Criminal Possession of a Forged Instrument (1), Criminal Trespass (1), Distribution of a Controlled Substance (1), Driving While Suspended (1), Endangering a Person Protected by a Restraining Order (1), Hit and Run (1), Interfering with a Peace Office (1), Reckless Driving (1), Strangulation (1), Theft of Lost/Mislaid Property (1), Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle (1) and Violation of a Release Agreement (1).

Sunday August 23, 2020

  • Officers arrested and charged four drivers with DUII during the kick-off weekend of a national grant-funded DUII enforcement campaign. One driver who had a .20% Blood Alcohol Content, more than twice the legal limit, was also charged with hit and run. 
  • At 9585 SW Washington Square Road, a customer reportedly slapped the owner of a store and threatened to have him fired if he didn’t accept a return. The subject left before the police arrived.
  • An unknown male dropped a loaded syringe in front of a 4-year old on the 11400 block of SW 135th Avenue and fled around 5:15pm. 
  • At approximately 6:45pm, officers arrested a Beaverton man, who attempted to elude them on the 8900 block of SW Oak, for slew of charges including unauthorized use of motor vehicle, possession of a controlled substance and forged instrument. He was returning his ex-girlfriend’s car that she had reported stolen and hadn't authorized him to use. He was also found with methamphetamine and counterfeit currency on his person.

Saturday August 22, 2020

  • Officers were dispatched to 11606 SW Pacific Hwy at 2:48am on a security alarm call and found that the front door’s window had been shattered. While searching the area with a partner agency’s K9, they found a Tualatin man in a port-a-potty near the building and arrested him for being in possession of methamphetamine. The commercial burglary investigation is ongoing.
  • A driver’s side window of a GMC Denali parked at an apartment complex was smashed and the rearview window was stolen around 11:30am on the 8300 block of SW Durham Road.

 Friday, August 21, 2020

  • A burglar broke into a nursery overnight at 14240 SW Pacific Highway and stole plants.
  • Officers arrested a Forest Grove man for Possession of a Controlled Substance, Violation of a Release Agreement and Driving While Suspended after responding to an attempted shoplifting incident at 14800 SW Sequoia.
  • A Tigard resident reported that someone opened a fraudulent Comcast account using his social security number and personal information, which he discovered when he checked his credit score.
  • A catalytic converter on a 2017 Ford F650 truck parked in a lot near SW Blum Rd and Washington Square Rd was reported stolen sometime between August 17th-18th.
  • Officers arrested a male subject for Distribution of a Controlled Substance and Aggravated Identity Theft after they responded to a suspicious brown van parked in a private lot on the 14700 block of SW 109th Avenue. When officers spoke to the individual, they determined that he had a warrant out for his arrest and was in possession of a large quantity of meth and a number of credit cards belonging to other people. 

 Thursday, August 20, 2020

  • A property manager of an apartment complex on the 15100 block of SW Royalty Parkway reportedly saw a man walking on the trail near the location holding a gun. The individual was not threatening or pointing it at anyone. Officers couldn’t find anyone matching the description.
  • At 7:39pm, Tigard Patrol Officers located a single vehicle crash near the intersection of SW Hall Blvd and Omara. A  sedan had driven off of SW Hall, over a curb and collided with a streetlight pole, denting the pole and causing both airbags to deploy. The driver was taken to a local hospital for evaluation.
  • A Tigard resident reported that she had hired a caregiving company to look after her mother while she was out of town in early August and discovered jewelry and change missing when she returned home.

Wednesday, August 19, 2020

  • Officers arrested a Portland man for Strangulation, Assault Witnessed by a Child and other charges after allegedly strangling and punching an ex-girlfriend.
  • Around 11:00am, officers were called to 7805 SW Dartmouth in response to a call involving a male subject pushing an 76-year old man to the ground. Reportedly, the subject saw a group of people petitioning at the location. He confronted the group about the petition and an argument escalated between them. Officers were unable to establish probable cause for an arrest after interviewing all parties and reviewing video.

Tuesday, August 18, 2020

  • At 2:15 am, officers responded to the 11100 block of SW Tony Court on a report of a man with a face mask and beanie standing at his sliding glass door tapping on the window. The man left when the homeowner told him to leave. Officers could not locate the male subject.
  • Officers arrested a Tigard man for Criminal Trespass and Carrying a Concealed Weapon at 7:23pm after responding to the 10500 block of SW Naeve Street involving an unwanted person. After being called out to the property, officers trespassed the male subject. Despite a number of warnings, the man repeatedly returned to the property associated with an estranged spouse and was arrested.

Monday, August 17, 2020

  • On 8/17/20 at about 5:13pm, officers responded to a report of a male who expressed suicidal ideation. After talking to the individual, they placed him on a Police Officer’s Hold and arranged for an ambulance take him to a local hospital for evaluation.
  • An officer took a report from a Tigard resident whose package was stolen from his porch on 11300 block of SW 96th Ave on 8/13/20 between 1-5pm.


Week: Monday, August 10th
 - Sunday, August 16th 
During the week, Tigard officers made 15 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrants (7), Shoplifting (5), Possession of a Controlled Substance (3), Assault (2), Strangulation-DV (1) Robbery (1), Violation of a Restraining Order (1), Violation of a Release Agreement (1) and Interference with Making a Report (1).


Sunday August 16, 2020

  • An assistant manager at a restaurant on SW Washington Square Road received a scam phone call from a person claiming to be a Tigard Police Officer named Jamie Johnson who said they were investigating employees for depositing counterfeit bills. The caller threatened to arrest employees if the business didn’t repay the alleged $370 of counterfeit money deposited in the bank. The employee purchased a prepaid AMEX card and communicated the security codes on the card before realizing it was a scam. 
  • Around 11:30pm, officers were dispatched to the 11400 block of SW 135th Avenue on a call involving two kids hanging out at an apartment complex play structure, one reportedly with an automatic gun and one with a baseball bat. The caller had overheard them talking about shooting people and saw them motioning with the gun, pretending to shoot up the apartment complex. When officers arrived, they prepared for the worst and the area was dark. The kids were compliant when officers pointed their flashlights their way and instructed them to put their hands up. They had already put what turned out to be an airsoft gun with the orange tip removed inside the apartment prior to the officers' arrival. The bat was a Walking Dead replica bat with the barbed wire around it. The kids were 14 years old and had been chatting about the video game Call of Duty, which altogether prompted the neighbor’s concern. The officer talked to the kids about the situation, raising awareness about how the gun could have been mistaken for a real one. Officers also spoke to the parents.


Saturday August 15, 2020

  • A neighbor called in a domestic disturbance on the 11300 block of SW 135th Avenue after overhearing kids, a male and female yelling and sounds of a physical altercation. Officers contacted several adult parties, including two visitors at the home, to sort out what happened, checked all the kids and the conditions of the home. Based on the info gathered, no arrests were made.
  • Officers charged a Tigard woman with Assault IV after she allegedly physically assaulted an acquaintance on the 9900 block of SW Scott Court around 10pm.  
  • Around 10:15pm, an officer took an individual on a Police Officer’s Hold for evaluation at a hospital after the person was lying on the floor of a storage room at a business on the 10700 block of SW Greenburg Road, refusing to leave, and exhibited signs of being in severe emotional distress. 

Friday, August 14, 2020

  • Early in the morning, an officer spoke to a Tigard resident about being scammed out of more than $10K. A male claiming to be with Amazon called her stating that he accidentally credited her account with $20K and he could lose his job if she didn’t return the funds via gift cards from various stores. The scammer convinced her to provide her bank info; when she checked her account transactions it appeared that she had $27K more in her account. Actually, the amount had been drawn from her own line of credit. By the time she realized it was a scam, she wasn’t able to recoup all of money she spent on the gift cards.
  • An officer was dispatched to a senior living facility on a routine death investigation where the individual had died 25 minutes prior. The officer relayed the medical history and circumstances to the medical examiner by phone. As a routine procedure, the file will be reviewed by a detective to ensure it was a natural event.
  • Officers have been dispatched to a number of complaints about dogs left in cars recently due to the hot weather. 

 Thursday, August 13, 2020

  • Around 5:40pm, officers were dispatched to a disturbance on the 10900 block of SW 118th CT. A construction contractor parked in front of mailbox on a job. A male subject approached him, began yelling about where he was parked, threw some construction material from his van and punched him on the back of the neck. The victim declined to press charges.
  • Officers arrested a Vancouver man for possession of a controlled substance- heroin and meth after the male was found unconscious, slumped over in his vehicle with drugs in plain view at 11437 SW Pacific Highway.
  • Officers fielded a couple of fraud calls:
    • A caller posing as a CIA agent claimed that a resident’s social security had been used in illegal activity and she need to redeem her name by purchasing gift cards and relaying the info to the scammer. The victim lost thousands.
    • A resident was selling an item on Letgo for $850. The buyer sent her a check for $1790 overpaying “by accident” and asked the resident to remit the difference. The check bounced, but fortunately the victim hadn’t remitted the difference to the fraudster.  

Wednesday, August 12, 2020

  • Between 12am-7am, a 1997 Jeep Cherokee parked in the driveway, possibly with keys left in the vehicle, was stolen from a driveway on the 13300 block of SW 121st Ave.   
  • A man previously trespassed for causing property damage at 13855 SW Pacific returned to the location and was arguing with front desk staff. Officers spoke to individual and redirected him to another social service agency.
  • A property manager reported that a man broke into the laundry room and coin machines of the washer and dryers units at an apartment complex at around 5am on Sunday or Monday on the 10000 block of SW Walnut Street.
  • A resident received a text message notification from Mattress Firm about the approval of a loan from Synchrony Bank in Georgia. He contacted the bank immediately, notifying that this was a fraudulent loan. He had been a victim of id theft in the past.

Tuesday, August 11, 2020

  • A 1997 dark blue two-door Honda Civic sedan parked on the 12500 block of SW North Dakota Street was stolen overnight.
  • A resident on the 10900 block of SW Summer Lake Drive reported that an unknown person stole an Alpine stereo/backup camera system from his work van overnight.
  • Officers took a burglary report of a storage unit on the 8900 block of SW Burnham Street. The lock to the unit had been tampered with and tools were stolen.
  • A resident called dispatch around 7am about a man sleeping on his porch on the 13900 block of SW Aerie Drive. A neighbor was able to rouse the individual out of his sleep who then left the residence.

Monday, August 10, 2020

  • Officers arrested a Tacoma man for Robbery III after he stole gas and threatened employees at 15670 SW Upper Boones Ferry Road. After the gas station attendant filled up his tank, he proceeded to pump more gas in the vehicle. When confronted by the employees, he threatened to hurt them and repeatedly gestured toward his waist, making employees concerned that he had a gun. He fled and officers apprehended him at a hotel. 
  • Overnight, a license and registration were stolen from an unlocked vehicle parked in a driveway on the 12400 block of SW 127th Avenue.
  • Officers were called about a customer who refused to leave the mobile phone store at 12955 SW Pacific Hwy. He was angry about his bill and started yelling at employees. Officers talked to the man and he left the location.
  • Officers are investigating a domestic violence incident where a man smashed a phone and punched his wife, causing visible injuries. The subject left prior to the officers’ arrival.
  • A 2016 silver Nissan Sentra was reported stolen from an apartment complex parking lot overnight on the 11400 block of SW 135th Avenue. 

Week: Monday, August 3rd - Sunday, August 9th 
During the week, Tigard officers made 15 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Shoplifting (8), Arrest Warrants (3), Menacing (1), Burglary (1), Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle (1), Unlawful Use of a Weapon (1), Child Neglect (1), Criminal Trespass (1), Hit and Run (1), Theft Other (1), PO Detainer/Warrant (1) and Failure to Carry Proof of Liability Insurance (1)


Sunday August 9, 2020

  • A business on the 11900 block of SW Greenburg Road was broken into overnight and a laptop was stolen.
  • Around 10:15am, officers received several calls about a man who reportedly had a cardboard sign saying “stop” who was walking into traffic and then sat in one of the lanes of travel, refusing to move. He eventually left the area before officers arrived.
  • A resident checked their credit report and discovered a Verizon Wireless account had fraudulently been opened in her name a year ago.


Saturday August 8, 2020

  • An officer responded to a call about video footage of suspicious activity where a man broke into an office around 4:40am on the 11900 block SW Pacific Hwy and left with a box filled with stuff. Officers followed up with the business and determined that electronics had been stolen. 
  • Officers arrested a Hillsboro man for unlawful use of a weapon and menacing on the 7500 block of SWPolice Traffic Stop Dartmouth around 2:15pm. He reportedly yelled at a store manager who had asked his wife to leave the store because she wasn’t wearing a mask. On his way out, the male subject pointed a knife at customers outside of the store who commented about the situation. Officers apprehended the male on the onramp to highway 217, and conducted a high risk traffic stop.

Friday, August 7, 2020

  • Officers arrested a Happy Valley woman for theft II shoplifting after the Loss Prevention Specialist (LP) for a retail store on the 9500 block of SW Washington Square Road called the police regarding the theft of $350 worth of clothing. The LP communicated the suspect’s direction of travel and Tigard officers apprehended the woman driving on SW Oleson Road.
  • Day shift officers had a busy day with an average of five calls holding for much of the shift, including two back to back CPR calls.
  • Officers charged a Vancouver man with hit and run after his large delivery truck reportedly crashed into an truck-crashawning at JCPenney around 12:30pm on the 9500 block of SW Washington Square Road, causing extensive damage to the building and truck. The driver promptly fled, but was located in the area.

 Thursday, August 6, 2020

  • An employee who parked in a parking garage located on the 12100 block of SW 69th Avenue reported that her car’s passenger window was smashed and her purse, hidden beneath a passenger seat, was stolen between 9am to 6pm that day.
  • Sometime between 2:45-8:30pm, the rear driver’s side window of a Jeep Liberty parked on the 10200 block of SW Washington Square Road was smashed out; nothing from the vehicle was reported missing.

Wednesday, August 5, 2020

  • In three separate incidents, unlocked vehicles were broken into on the 11500 block of SW 135th Avenue, 13400 block SW Summerwood Drive and 11500 block of SW Sheffield Cir. Items stolen include a vehicle’s title,  clothing, perfume and sunglasses. 
  • A hotel guest staying on the 9500 block of SW Locust returned to the room to find that a large rock had been thrown through the window, shattering the glass.
  • Officers charged a 17-year old female with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle after they were called to the 12000 block SW 135th Avenue on a report of trespassing. The female was sleeping in a 2012 Mini Cooper reported stolen on August 1st.

Tuesday, August 4, 2020

  • Graveyard shift officers assisted Tualatin PD with a commercial burglary. One of our K9 teams tracked the suspect across I5 over to 17900 block SW McEwan Rd where they located him hiding under a trailer. A laptop stolen from the business was recovered.  
  • A resident reported that her personal information was used by an unknown person to file for unemployment benefits in Colorado. She received a letter from the state notifying her that a claim had been filed. She confirmed with the Colorado unemployment department that this was a fraudulent filing.
  • Over the last day, someone cut a chain link fence and broke into a shed on church property on 8500 SW Spruce Street, stealing a pressure washer.
  • A 2017 Porshe Panamera with keys left in the car was stolen from 9500 SW Washington Square Road around 5pm.

Monday, August 3, 2020

  • In four separate incidents, graveyard-shift officers placed individuals on Police Officer’s Holds,  taking them to hospital for evaluation. The incidents involved three overdoses on pills and one incident where a female was running into traffic.
  • Sometime over the weekend, the locks on a business community mailbox were tampered with on the 15600 block of SW 74th Avenue.
  • On 6300 block of SW Locust Street, someone smashed the rear driver’s side window and entered into a vehicle parked on the street, stealing CDs, library books and bags of prescription drugs intended for disposal.
  • Tigard Police are investigating a strong-armed robbery where an 83-year old woman walking to her car at the Safeway on Pacific Hwy was pushed down and her purse stolen at the Safeway on Pacific Hwy at noon. The suspect fled in a tan sedan. For more info, click here.
  • A resident reported that his cat was found dead under a pedestrian bridge near SW 130th Avenue in Summerlake Park. The cat reportedly had a metal wire around his neck and the owner believes that the cat may have been intentionally killed.
  • Officers were called out to 12200 block SW Scholls Ferry Road around 11:30pm on an incident involving a man knocking over things and throwing things in the area. The subject left the location before officer arrived.

 



Week: Monday, July 27th
 - Sunday, August 2nd 
During the week, Tigard officers made 27 arrests with many resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrants (9), DUII (5), Harassment-Physical Contact (4), Shoplifting (4), Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle (4), Criminal Trespass (3),Criminal Possession of a Forged Instrument (2), Driving While Suspended (2), Assault IV (1), Criminal Mischief (1), Disorderly Conduct (1), Forgery (1), Harassment-Verbal (1), Hit and Run (1), Possession of a Controlled Substance (1), Violation of a Release Agreement (1)


Sunday August 2, 2020

  • Officers responded to three separate overdose calls within a few hours of each other. In each case, officers determined the person in question was a danger to themselves or others. They were all taken to a hospital for treatment on a police officer’s hold.
  • Tigard Police assisted Beaverton Police with an investigation related to child abuse.
  • Throughout the day, officers responded to several calls of dogs left in hot cars, including at Fred Meyer, Winco and Walmart. In each case, the dogs were checked on and were okay.


Saturday August 1, 2020

  • Just before midnight, an officer responded to a report of a suspicious person in the 12800 block of SW Knoll Drive. The caller reported a man was on a private lot, breaking into cars stored at that location. No arrests were made and the investigation is ongoing.
  • Around 10:30pm an officer made a DUII arrest on SW Greenburg Road near SW 92nd Avenue after observing an erratic driver. The investigating officer smelled alcoholic drinks and marijuana coming from the car. The driver, a 26-year-old woman, had a blood alcohol content of 0.16% - twice the legal limit. She was cited and released to the custody of a family member.
  • A man was cited on charges of harassment and assault IV around 5:00 p.m. after a report of a fight at the Washington Square Mall. Officers spoke with witnesses and reviewed video surveillance, which showed the man pushing a mall customer and instigating the fight.
  • An officer began a child abuse investigation and made a report to DHS (the Department of Human Services). 

Friday, July 31, 2020

  • A man was cited for criminal trespass II after an officer on routine patrol saw him behind the fence of a construction site in the 11400 block of SW 68th Parkway. The entire site is fenced off and labeled with ‘no trespassing’ and ‘video surveillance’ signs. The man set off the alarm on the site and reported he was there because he needed to use the bathroom. The property owner wanted to press charges.
  • An officer responded to the Taco Bell on SW Pacific Highway around 10:45 p.m. for a reported DUII driver. The driver, a 29-year-old man, was pulled over after leaving the drive-through. He had a blood alcohol content of 0.23% - nearly three times the legal limit. He was cited and released to the custody of his roommate.
  • Around 7:30 p.m. officers responded to the report of possible child neglect where two children, ages 9 and 3, were left in the car while their mother went grocery shopping at Costco. Responding officers found the children were safe and spoke with the mother, who reported being too concerned about COVID-19 to bring her kids inside the store and that she had no one else to watch them. She was educated about the laws regarding leaving young children alone and agreed that grocery delivery would be a better option in the future.
  • Just before 11 a.m. officers responded to the Home Depot on SW Sequoia Parkway, where employees reported a customer trying to pass fake $100 bills. The suspect left the store, ran from police, ran through a neighboring store and was arrested by a fellow officer. Investigators learned a second accomplice at Home Depot was also passing fake $100 bills. He was contacted and arrested as well.

 Thursday, July 30. 2020

  • Around 6:20 p.m. employees at the Home Depot on SW Sequoia Parkway reported a customer stealing $1,000 in tools. When confronted, the customer left the tools and took off in a car. Officers stopped the car and arrested the driver, who had several warrants out for his arrest and was in possession of cocaine. The passenger was cited for first-degree theft.
  • Just after 5:00 p.m. an officer responded to a domestic disturbance where two people were involved in an altercation. A woman was charged with harassment (domestic violence) and was taken to jail.

Wednesday, July 29, 2020

  • Officers cited and trespassed a 19-year old woman for theft III shoplifting after she allegedly stole alcohol from two gas stations on the 15600 and 15900 block of SW Upper Boones Ferry Road from 7:13-7:41am.
  • Officers responded to a report of a physical altercation on the 11400 block of SW 135th Avenue. The reporter stated that an acquaintance punched him on the lower lip, resulting in a minor injury. The reporter didn’t want to press charges, but wanted the aggressor trespassed, which the officer facilitated by contacting the individual who had already left the area.
  • A backpack was stolen from a 2001 BMW that was parked in an apartment complex parking lot on the 14900 block of SW Royalty Parkway around 8:45pm. The thief likely accessed the bag through an open sunroof.
  • Tigard Police received a report that a man claiming to be a law enforcement officer named Mark Benson called a resident and threatened to arrest him if he didn’t confirm his social security number. The caller also claimed that the resident’s information was associated with money laundering, a stolen vehicle and other criminal activity.  

Tuesday, July 28, 2020

  • Officers charged a 60-year old male subject with disorderly conduct after he started a verbal altercation with a neighbor, calling him the N-word in an apartment complex parking lot on the 10400 block of SW McDonald. The subject had been arrested on 7/24/20 for being the main aggressor in a physical fight against the neighbor a few days prior. The District Attorney is reviewing if the incidents meet the criteria for a bias crime.
  • A resident reported being scammed out of $7,100 yesterday over the phone after she tried to set up a Roku channel, received a pop-up error message and was instructed to call a tech support phone number. The call center representative convinced her that her bank accounts had been compromised and a second person called her asking for bank info, which she provided. The scammers threatened to transfer $25K from her bank account to China and would only stop the transaction it if she would pay them off with various gift cards. The victim was on the phone with the scammer for six hours.
  • Officers arrested a 55-year old man for DUII after responding to a report of a male in a white Honda who struck another customer’s car in the driver through line and proceeded to yell at the victim. The man’s BAC was .15%, nearly two times the legal limit. 

Monday, July 27, 2020

  • Tigard Police received an anonymous report that a male subject in a green Honda Accord tried to sell him drugs on the 11200 block of SW 72nd Avenue around 2:15am. Officers were unable to locate the vehicle.
  • Officers arrested a 48-year old Tigard man for harassment (domestic violence) after responding to an incident at 3:19am where he allegedly slapped, choked and pulled his girlfriend’s hair.
  • A white 1996 Jeep Cherokee with green rims and fender flares parked at a hotel was reported stolen on the 13000 block of SW 68th Pkwy between 2:30-5:45am.
  • A garage door opener and registration were stolen out of a Mercedes overnight on the 10600 block of SW Kable Street. The car may have been left unlocked.
  • A locked Trek mountain bike was reported stolen from a storage area of an apartment complex within the last two weeks on the 13200 block of SW Hawks Beard Street. 

 


Week: Monday, July 20 - Sunday, July 26
During the week, Tigard officers made 24 arrests with most resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrants (5), DUII (4), Shoplifting (4), Criminal Trespass (2), Driving While Suspended (2), Hit and Run (2), Possession of a Stolen Vehicle (2), Possession of a Controlled Substance (2), Strangulation (1), Harassment-DV (1), Harassment-Physical Contact (1), Aggravated Harassment (1), Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle (1), Forgery (1), Embezzlement (1), Reckless Driving (1), Attempt to Elude an Officer (1), Interfering with a Peace Officer (1) and Resisting Arrest (1).

Sunday July 26, 2020

  • Officers were called to the 14600 block of SW 76th Avenue around 10 p.m. after a caller reported seeing a man slashing tires in the area. The caller chased the man off and responding officers found tires slashed on five cars. Suspect information has been developed and the investigation is ongoing.
  • Officers responded to a domestic disturbance at 3:50 p.m. and developed probable cause to arrest a man on charges of harassment and first-degree theft.
  • Around 2:23 a.m. Tigard Police responded to the McDonalds on SW 72nd Avenue after employees reported a man fell asleep in the drive-thru and appeared drunk. Responding officers arrested him for DUII and driving while suspended, but in the course of the arrest the man said he was COVID-19 positive, then coughed and spit on an officer’s face. Jail staff confirmed the man is positive for the virus and he was booked on an additional charge of felony aggravated harassment. The officer was wearing a mask and gloves at the time and is now under quarantine to monitor for symptoms of the virus.


Saturday July 25, 2020

  • Around 11 p.m. an officer pulled over a driver near Fowler Middle School on SW Walnut Street. The adult female driver was arrested by citation for DUII and reckless driving. Her blood alcohol content was 0.24% - three times the legal limit. She was released to the custody of her house.
  • At 7:39 p.m., officers responded to a traffic crash at SW Royalty Parkway & SW 109th Avenue. The driver reported crashing into a parked semi trailer due to the sun being in her eyes and reaching for her glasses. She, along with her two young kids who were in back seats, were taken to the hospital.
  • At 6:15 p.m. an officer responding to the Home Depot on SW Sequoia Parkway cited two people for first-degree theft. Loss prevention reported a man and woman swapped tags on merchandise before going through self check-out, to pay $2.33 for products worth $1,157.00.

Friday, July 24, 2020

  • Tigard Police took a report of first-degree rape which the victim reported had occurred the previous day in Tigard. The investigation is ongoing.
  • An officer contacted a woman, who reported being a victim of theft by deception. She reported paying a man $7,700 in Bitcoin. Officers believe this is a scam. The investigation is ongoing.Washington Square Mall incident
  • Just before 11 a.m. officers responded to a store parking lot at the Washington Square Mall where a 24-year-old man was agitated and appeared to be exhibiting signs of a mental health crisis. The man’s father, who was with him, was requesting assistance. Officers spent two hours trying to talk with him and called in a crisis team member to help. Ultimately, officers decided to deescalate by disengaging. The man’s family members were given appropriate resources and no further calls came in.

 Thursday, July 23. 2020

  • Officers responded to a hit-and-run around 5pm which occurred near SW Pacific Highway. The victim followed the suspect’s car into an apartment complex in the 10400 block of SW McDonald Street. When a responding officer encountered the suspect’s car and ordered him to turn off the engine, he put it into reverse, rammed a car, refused to show his hands and took off running. He was arrested by nearby officers. Inside his car, officers found a large machete, a sheathed hunting knife and a half-empty open can of beer. The driver, who was on felony probation out of Multnomah County, was taken to jail on new charges including attempting to elude a police officer, hit and run, interfering with a peace officer and driving while suspended.
  • At 7:45 a.m. an officer was called to an overdose involving a child in the 14200 block of SW Walnut Creek Court. A 16-month-old managed to ingest prescription drugs from the mother’s purse. Medics on scene administered Narcan, which is used to counter the effects of narcotics. The toddler appeared to be more alert after receiving Narcan and was taken to the hospital by ambulance. The parents were reminded about the dangers of keeping pills where children can access them.

Wednesday, July 22, 2020

  • Around 9:20pm, officers arrested a Tigard man for harassment (DV) and strangulation after he allegedly grabbed his wife and threw her to the floor.

  • Officers arrested a Portland man for forgery II after responding to an incident where the subject attempted to purchase merchandise with counterfeit money on the 14800 block SW Sequoia Parkway around 5pm. The individual had over $600 in fake bills on him.

  • At 11:45am, a store manager at the 7800 block of SW Darmouth Street reported that a female was agitated, yelling at customers and employees, swinging a backpack around and walking into traffic. An officer contacted the person who the manager wanted trespassed.  

Tuesday, July 21, 2020

  • An officer responded to a shoplifting incident at grocery store on the 11500 block of SW Pacific Highway. The Loss Prevention officer stated that a male subject stole an air conditioner unit and attempted to steal other items. The LP confronted the individual who allegedly rammed him with a cart and fled with the A/C.

  • A Tigard officer on day shift took a theft from vehicle report involving two vehicles broken into on the 15500 block SW Harcourt Terrace one or two days prior. Stolen items include speakers, cash, including coins,  a garage door opener, phone charger, earrings and a cordless phone charger.  

Monday, July 20, 2020

  • A maintenance employee called the police around 12:50pm reporting that he chased off a male juvenile who urinated on his painting equipment on the 10800 block of SW Hall and the subject returned to the area with his friends. Officers questioned the males and determined the vehicle they were driving had been reported stolen out of Tacoma during a strong-armed robbery. One of the juveniles who was a runaway from Tacoma was taken into custody and charged with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.

  • At approximately 10:00am, an officer responded to a call from a manager on the 11600 block of SW Pacific Highway about a male subject refusing to leave the property. The officer arrived, warned the subject multiple times to leave or be arrested. The subject refused and was arrested and charged with criminal trespass.

  • A driver reportedly stepped on the gas pedal instead of the brake, hit a parked car and drove into a building on the 16200 block of SW Pacific Highway around 8:45am. TVF&R extricated the driver from the vehicle. No one was seriously injured.car_crash_into_business

  • At 4:32am, officers responded to a report of suspicious activity involving 4-5 juvenile males on the 8800 block of SW Bellflower Street. When an officer arrived to the area, the individuals fled by foot and could not be located. A gray SUV associated with the group and reported stolen out of Washington was found. The same morning, Tigard Police received a few theft from vehicle reports from residents living in the vicinity. Thieves stole jewelry, a key and cash from vehicles that were left unlocked or windows rolled down. Video footage of one of the thefts showed as many as 12 juveniles were involved.

Week: Monday, July 13 - Sunday, July 19
During the week, Tigard officers made 33 arrests with most resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrants (19), Shoplifting (7), Criminal Trespass (5), DUII (3), Harassment-DV (2), PO Detainer-Warrant (2), Possession of a Controlled Substance (2), Violation of Release Agreement-Contempt of Court (2), Assault of a Public Safety Officer (1), Unlawful entry into a motor vehicle (1), Driving While Suspended (1), Hit and Run (1), Interfering with a Peace Officer (1), Offensive Littering (1), Reckless Driving (1) and Resisting Arrest (1).

July 19, 2020

  • Officers responded to a suicidal threat involving a man who has access to weapons. Ultimately, officers made contact with the man and he went to the hospital voluntarily.police_response_July2020
  • Officers responded to a reported burglary at a home in the 10100 block of SW Hoodview Drive, in which a man was in the entryway of his ex-girlfriend’s parent’s home just after 10:00 a.m. Officers learned he had also reportedly stolen property out of a neighbor’s parked car. Officers also believe he’s responsible for two reported hit-and-runs near SW Pacific Hwy & Hall Blvd. He was cited and taken on a Police Officers' Hold after exhibiting signs that appeared to be a mental health crisis and/or drug or alcohol impairment. 
  • An officer on routine patrol stopped to check on a man who appeared to be passed out at a bus stop in the area of SW 72nd Ave & SW Pacific Hwy around 5:30 a.m. The officer discovered the man had a felony warrant out for his arrest and was in possession of heroin. He was arrested and taken to the Washington County Jail.


July 18, 2020

  • Just before 7:00 p.m. officers responded to a reported domestic disturbance with a weapon in the area of SW Hamlet Street & SW Miller Court. The initial report indicated a man pointed a gun at family members. Officers and the crisis team set up a command post at Tigard High School. Officers later learned the man had not pointed a gun or made any threats of harm and family members wanted to remain at home. Nobody was hurt and no arrests were made.
  • At 4:53 a.m. an officer responded to a non-injury crash, where a driver ran into the median on the on-ramp of SW 72nd Avenue to Hwy 217. The driver, an 18-year-old female, was cited for DUII and reckless driving. She had a blood alcohol content of 0.12% and was released to her mother.

Friday, July 17, 2020

  • Around 10:00 p.m. officers responded to an audible alarm at a business in the 10200 block of SW North Dakota Street. Officers searched the building but did not find anyone inside. Two large rocks were located inside, which appeared to have been thrown through the windows.
  • An officer responded to a business in the 11900 block of SW Pacific Highway around 4:00 p.m., where employees reported a man stole a small generator valued at $750 from a front display. The man drove away with the stolen item and the investigation is ongoing.
  • At 3:37 p.m., an officer on routine patrol contacted a man in the area of SW 78th Avenue near SW Spruce Street and, through dispatch, learned he had four warrants out for his arrest. The man was also in possession of methamphetamine and burglary tools. He was taken to the Washington County Jail.
  • An intoxicated driver was stopped just after 1:00 a.m. near SW Pacific Highway & 72nd Avenue. The driver was cited for DUII and was released to his friend. His blood alcohol content was 0.15% - nearly twice the legal limit.

 Thursday, July 16. 2020

  • An officer assisted the Department of Human Services (DHS) and Child Protective Services (CPS) with a child abuse investigation.
  • Just after midnight, Tigard Police responded to reports of a suspicious person reportedly checking car doors and house doors in the 10000 block of SW 70th Place. Arriving officers located the man in the side yard of a private residence, using the homeowner’s hose. He was arrested for criminal trespass. It appeared that the individual was exhibiting signs of a mental health crisis and/or drug or alcohol impairment.

Wednesday, July 15, 2020

  • A catalytic converter was reported stolen from a Ford passenger van over the last three weeks on the15900 block of SW 74TH Ave. 

  • Officers charged a Tigard woman with harassment (domestic violence) after responding to a report of a female and male screaming and hitting each other around 8pm. The female reportedly hit the male with a stick, resulting in welts and abrasions.

  • A male subject reportedly destroyed some property signs and threw concrete bricks off a balcony at a temple on the 11500 block of SW Hall Blvd around 7:15pm.

  • The vehicle registration and insurance papers were stolen from a vehicle parked in a garage left open overnight on the 14600 SW block 106TH Ave.

  • A resident reported that on 7-14-20 a male subject claiming to be DEA Agent Christopher Paul called him. The subject told the resident that his identity had been used in a Texas money-laundering scheme, may be connected with a homicide, and he must remit money in the form of a bond to the subject. Prior to this call, the intended resident had previously learned that someone had used his name and social security number to file a fraudulent tax return in Texas.

Tuesday, July 14, 2020

  • A 15-year old male called the police at 6:20pm after reportedly encountering a male in a green van behind the grocery store on the 7500 block of SW Dartmouth who motioned for him to come over to the van, offered him candy and made a “camera motion” as though he wanted to take his photo. The teen declined the candy and left the area. Officers contacted and questioned the male subject, but couldn’t establish probable cause to charge him with a crime.

  • A Tigard officer assisted Lake Oswego PD on a shooting that happened early in the evening.  The victim appeared to have sustained non-life threatening injuries.

    A 2003 Chevy Silverado was reportedly stolen vehicle on the 9400 block SW Tigard Street at 3:30am. Tigard officers found the vehicle at Tigard cinemas at 6am the same morning. 

Monday, July 13, 2020

  • An officer arrested a 31-year old man on an outstanding felony warrant after responding to a welfare check concerning a male in the roadway who reportedly appeared to be impaired by drugs
  • Officers arrested a 27-year old Tigard man for DUII after being dispatched to a welfare check around 5:30am at SW Pacific Hwy and Durham. The male was slumped over in a running vehicle located in the left turn lane of the intersection. Medics broke a window and shook him awake when he didn’t respond to knocking on his window. His blood alcohol content registered 13%. 

Week: Monday, July 6 - Sunday, July 12
During the week, Tigard officers made 20 arrests with most resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrants (9), DUII (5), Shoplifting (4), Possession of a Controlled Substance (3), Assault-DV (2), Criminal Mischief (2), Distribution of a Controlled Substance (2), Theft-Other (2), Strangulation (1), Menacing-Physical or Weapon (1), Criminal Trespass (1), Harassment (2), Driving While Suspended (2),  Interference with Making a Report (1), PO Detainer (1), Reckless Driving (1), Recklessly Endangering (1), Tampering with a Witness (1), Unlawful Possession of a Firearm (1), and Unlawful Possession of Drugs Schedule (1)

July 12, 2020

  • A disturbance was called in where a man was pushed, possibly over a parking spot at an apartment complex in the 14600 block of SW 76th Avenue. Nobody wanted to press charges.
  • Officers responded to a welfare check at the home of a reported hoarder with children in the 11200 block of SW 94th Avenue.
  • Tigard Police received a report of a cold burglary, in which a woman reported someone came into her home in the 15600 block of SW Oakhill Lane, rifled through her purse and stole several items. No suspect information is available at this time.
  • Officers responded to a call of domestic violence just after noon. A woman was arrested for assault and tampering with a witness in connection with the case.

July 11, 2020

  • Around 8:40 p.m. an officer was flagged down by a man near Pacific Highway & 72nd Avenue and began an investigation into an apparent mutual assault involving two men who were in a confrontation at a homeless camp. Neither were seriously hurt.
  • Tigard Police contacted a family about a child abuse investigation and referred the case to DHS.
  • A resident reported two men breaking into community mailboxes at an apartment complex in the 9600 block of SW North Dakota Street. An investigating officer confirmed two boxes were left open and damaged, but the suspects had already left the area.
  • Officers assisted Beaverton Police in locating a suspect who BPD had probable cause to arrest.


July 10, 2020

  • Officers responded to a traffic crash on Hwy 217 near SW Greenburg Road, around 9:45 p.m. A car was flipped over in a ditch and five people had been inside. One occupant had a serious injury to his arm. overturned_carThe driver reported he was arguing with his girlfriend who was in the passenger seat, and she grabbed the wheel causing the car to flip over. The driver was cited for DUII and criminal mischief. His girlfriend was cited for reckless driving and recklessly endangering.
  • Within an hour and a half (between 1 a.m. and 2:30 a.m.) officers stopped two DUII drivers. One was going roughly 80 in a 55mph zone along I-5 south and was cited for DUII (alcohol) before being released to a family member. The other, near the 10600 block of SW McDonald Street, was cited for DUII (controlled substance), unlawful possession of a firearm and unlawful possession of drugs.

July 9, 2020

  • Around 10:30 p.m., officers arrested a 30-year-old man for menacing and harassment after he verbally harassed a person and threw a large rock at him in front of a pizza shop, nearly hitting him with it, in the 12100 block of SW Scholls Ferry Road.
  • Tigard Police assisted Portland Police with a shooting in the 8300 block of SW Barbur Blvd. Tigard officers helped with establishing containment and searching the area and the suspected shooter is in custody.
  • Officers responded to a report of a man slumped over in the driver’s seat around 9:00 a.m. near SW Walnut Street and Pathfinder Court. In checking on him, officers found more than 200 individual doses of drugs in his possession, including heroin, tar heroin and methamphetamine. He was arrested on charges relating to possession and distribution of a controlled substance, including doing so within 1,000 feet of a school.


July 8, 2020

  • Officers were called out to the 7300 block of SW Bridgeport Drive at 3:30pm on a report of a female yelling and throwing a bottle at a security guard who asked her to leave the premise.
  • At approximately 10:15am, officers responded to the 10100 block of SW 90th on the report of an attempted burglary. The homeowner heard a loud boom outside the residence that shook the house. She yelled at the unknown suspect attempting to open her garage door and pull out the lawn mower. He fled.
  • On the mornings of July 7th and 8th, a Tigard Police officer responded to four separate calls involving break ins to community/cluster mailboxes where locks were tampered with to gain entry.  The locations and report dates of these incidents:
  1. 13000 block of SW Rockingham Drive (7-7-20)
  2. SW Klipsan Lane/Sandridge Drive (7-7-20)
  3. SW Seaview Ln near SW Sandridge Dr. (7-7-20)
  4. SW Mistletoe Dr/Wagoner Place (7-8-20)July 7, 2020

July 7, 2020

  • A classroom pod was broken into on the 9500 block of SW Murdock Street. Suspects sprayed a fire extinguisher in numerous classrooms. Nothing appeared to be missing.
  • Officers trespassed a man on the 12400 block of SW Main Street around 4:00pm who was reportedly screaming, swearing at people, refusing to wear a mask or leave the location when asked. 
  • Officers arrested a 33-year old Tigard man for strangulation, assault IV and interference with making a report involving an alleged domestic incident.
  • Around 1am, officers responded to a rollover crash on SW Greenburg Road near SW North Dakota Street that required TVF&R to extricate the driver’s arm from under the truck. He was taken to the hospital where it was determined his blood alcohol content was 0.34% - more than four times the legal limit. The driver was cited for DUII and driving while suspended.

July 6, 2020

  • A gray Co-op City Rev Cty bicycle left out on the driveway on the 14900 block of SW Kenton Drive was reportedly stolen overnight.
  • Officers arrested a 51-year old man for two business burglaries occurring on 7-4-20 between 12pm-7pm on the 12500 block of SW 68th Avenue and 11600 block of SW 69th Avenue. They recovered most of the electronics, sports memorabilia, office decorations and backpacks that had allegedly been stolen.
  • Officers took a phone report about purple graffiti spray painted on art located on the Heritage trail (SW Tigard/Grant Ave).
  • At 7:39pm, an officer responded to a fraud call from a victim who stated he paid $750 for a toy poodle online, but the dog never came. The seller refused to refund the money and asked for more to cover shipping.  

Week: Monday, June 29 - Sunday, July 5
During the week, Tigard officers made 16 arrests with most resulting in multiple charges: Arrest Warrants (11), DUII (4), Criminal Mischief (3), Possession of a Forged Instrument (3), Possession of a Controlled Substance (4), Reckless Driving (2), Assault-DV (1), Strangulation (1), Harassment (1), Shoplifting (1), Theft from Vehicle (1), Unlawful Entry to a Motor Vehicle (1) and Interfering with Public Transportation (1).

July 5, 2020

  • An employee of the Verizon store on Dartmouth Street reported the store was broken into overnight. An investigation is underway to determine what, if anything, was stolen and any potential suspect information.
  • Tigard Police responded to a welfare check that turned into a death investigation near 95th & North Dakota.


July 4, 2020

  • Officers responded to a domestic disturbance at 3:06 a.m. in the 15200 block of SW 100th in which a woman was heard screaming for help. Responding officers arrested the involved man on charges of strangulation, assault and criminal mischief.
  • Around 9:31 p.m., officers arrested a driver leaving a bar in the area of SW 78th Ave & SW Pfaffle Street. The driver was placed under arrest for DUII and had a blood alcohol content of 0.25% - more than three times the legal limit.
  • An unknown person threw a firework into a bathroom at Summer Lake Park around 11:20 p.m., causing a garbage can to catch fire. While officers spoke to witnesses who reported seeing flames coming from the bathroom, TVF&R extinguished the fire.
  • At 11:57 p.m., an officer stopped a driver who had been heading southbound on I-5 near 217. Her blood alcohol content was 0.15% and she was arrested for DUII.


July 3, 2020

  • A man in the 13500 block of SW 110th Avenue reported his boat and boat accessories had been stolen overnight from his backyard, with a value of roughly $7,000.
  • Tigard Police assisted another agency with locating a wanted suspect near 130th and Scholls Ferry. The Washington County Crisis Negotiation Unit responded and the man gave himself up peacefully.
  • At 10 p.m. an officer was dispatched to a warrant service in the 15600 block of SW Upper Boones Ferry Road. A man with a felony warrant was located and arrested. Methamphetamine and heroin were also recovered from his person.
  • Around 11:30 p.m., an 18-year-old driver was arrested for DUII after leaving an underage house party. His blood alcohol level was 0.13%. He was also charged with reckless driving and criminal possession of a forged instrument.


July 2, 2020

  • At 2:07 a.m. an officer arrested a driver on two outstanding arrest warrants near SW Pacific Highway & 78th Avenue. The officer also recovered heroin, a small scale, capped syringes and a BB gun.
  • At 1:10 p.m., Tigard Police officers responded to the report of an attempted carjacking near the JCPenney store at the Washington Square Mall. Two young male subjects were unsuccessful and fled the scene. Officers set up containment in the area and began a K-9 track to search for the suspects but didn’t immediately locate them. The investigation is ongoing.

July 1, 2020

  • Officers arrested a 47-year old man for criminal mischief around 9:15am. The TriMet bus operator reported that the male rider was cussing and screaming on the bus and punched the door, breaking the glass.
  • At approximately 4:30pm, officers responded to an assault on the 12900 block of SW Pacific Hwy. After an employee told a male customer that he couldn’t return merchandise and was trespassed for kicking a store garbage can in frustration, the male subject allegedly punched the employee multiple times. Another male associated with the subject also struck the victim in the back of the head. Both subjects fled by car.
  • At 6:02pm, a TriMet bus driver reported that his driver’s side window was shot at with a bb or pellet gun. The driver couldn’t identify any vehicles or people nearby that may be responsible.  


June 30

  • Officers responded to domestic incident call on the 7700 block of SW Bonita Road at 4:30am. A male subject reportedly was intoxicated and pushed a female causing her to fall sideways and strike her face against a wall. The male left before officers arrived.  
  • A 23-year old Tigard man was arrested for DUII, reckless driving, and criminal mischief after officers responded to a rollover crash on the 12300 block of SW Winterview Drive. The driver was determined to be under the influence of drugs.  RolloverCrash
  • Tigard officers arrested a 29-year old Sherwood man on theft from a vehicle, unlawful entry, and an arrest warrant after an owner of motorhome reportedly found him lying on the bed. He fled and officers located him in the area, recovering jewelry, clothing, and food taken from the vehicle.  
  •  Between 12pm-1pm, a caller reported that her front license plate was stolen off her white Mercedes while she was shopping at the 12600 block of SW 72nd Avenue. 

June 29

  • A 2012 white Subaru Forester parked on the 9300 block of SW 92nd Avenue was stolen overnight. The owner believed that the car doors were locked, but the ignition key may have been left in the console. The vehicle was recovered in Gresham on 7/1/20. 
  • Over the weekend, someone reportedly smashed the passenger window to gain entry to a Dodge Sprinter work van on the 10100 block of SW Nimbus. Tools were stolen.  
  • Tigard officers were dispatched to a disturbance on the 11100 block of SW Hall Blvd around 10:15pm involving two males. A caller reported that the men threw food and beer at each other; one was carrying a knife while the other one carried a bat.  

 

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