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Beginning July 2020, the Tigard Police Department started sharing a sample of calls for service each week. The intent of this data 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 over 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. 

This 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. 

2020 Archive


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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13125 SW Hall Blvd; Tigard, OR 97223
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