Lookup Warrants and Arrests in Beaverton, Oregon. Results Include: Arrest Records, Police Report, Warrants, Mugshot, Type of Crime, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Race, DOB, Address

Beaverton Oregon Police Station Address: 4755 SW Griffith Dr, Beaverton, OR 97005, United States

15 hours ago
Fraud Alert. Please be on the lookout for fraudulent checks showing up in your mailbox. One of our employees received a fraudulent check addressed to her at the police department. For more: https://t.co/tiLHu0Tli5 https://t.co/0y4NtALnvJ

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17 hours ago
Assisting TVF&R with a food cart that exploded at BG’s Food Cartel. One person was injured and taken to the hospital. The food court will remain closed for the remainder of the day. @TVFR https://t.co/EIrR7fZDKI

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2 days ago
Two arrested for felony theft. BPD officers arrested 24 year old Nicasio McCoy and 49 year old Megel Perez. Mr. McCoy and Mr. Perez allegedly stole $1700 worth of merchandise from various stores. The allegedly stolen items were located after officers were called to a overdose. https://t.co/1NkjJKUXgN

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2 days ago
Murray Blvd at Davis is open again. Thanks to @TVFR @MetroWestAmb and to our towing partners. The at-fault driver was cited for making an unsafe left turn at a flashing yellow light. Please drive safely. PA

2 days ago
Two car crash on Murray Blvd at Davis Road. Southbound Murray traffic being diverted west onto Davis. Injuries reported. https://t.co/QNolc3wmwj

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Beaverton Police Department

The Beaverton Police Department will provide a safe city, serving citizens with compassion and respect. We are fully invested in leading our profession with integrity, building and retaining a highly trained, well equipped, progressive, motivated and cohesive team. We will strive to be recognized and respected as a leading agency in the law enforcement community.

Please report any non emergency incident by calling (503) 629-0111

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Beaverton Police Department16 hours ago

Fraud Alert

Please be on the lookout for fraudulent checks showing up in your mailbox. One of our employees received a fraudulent check addressed to her at the police department.

How to spot a fraudulent check:
1. Examine the check. Most legitimate business checks will have one edge that is rough or perforated.
2. Look for a bank logo on the check. If there is no bank logo the check is likely fake.
3. Check for irregularities. Check for spelling or typing errors within any of the printed areas. If you spot a misspelling the check is likely fraudulent.
4. Checks that accompany letters which request the recipient to send money back in exchange for cashing the check are always fraudulent.

Thing to do with a questionable check:
1. Check with your local bank to see if the check if fraudulent.
2. Contact the company who supposedly wrote the check. Legitimate businesses become victims of fraud and have their information printed on fraudulent checks.
3. Don’t cash suspicious checks without talking to your bank first.
4. Contact your local law enforcement agency.

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Two Arrested For Felony Theft

On March 20, 2018 Beaverton Police officers arrested 24-year-old Nicasio McCoy and 49-year-old Megel Perez for theft in the first degree, a class C Felony.

At 9:18 AM officers were called to the 6500 block of SW Old Scholls Ferry Road regarding a male who overdosed. When officers arrived they noticed various items they suspected were stolen inside the home. Mr. McCoy allegedly confessed to stealing the items from various store locations and also implicated Mr. Perez in the thefts. Mr. Perez was transported to St. Vincent Hospital for medical treatment.

Among the alleged stolen items were jeans, purses and electronic equipment. The value of the alleged stolen items totaled approximately 1700 dollars.

At 12:36 PM Mr. Perez checked himself out of the hospital and immediately ran from our officer waiting for him to be discharged. After a short foot pursuit which ended in the northbound lanes of Hwy 217 at Hwy 26, Mr. Perez was taken into custody. The freeway was shut down for a short time for the safety of Mr. Perez and our officers.

Mr. McCoy and Mr. Perez were transported to Washington County Jail. Mr. McCoy was charged with theft in the first degree and an outstanding misdemeanor warrant out of Multnomah County. Mr. Perez was charged with theft in the first degree, interfering with a police officer, providing false information to a police officer and an outstanding felony probation violation warrant.

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Beaverton Police Department3 days ago

Missing Person

Beaverton Police Department is currently looking for 22-year-old Malik James Gomes. Mr. Gomes walked away from his residence in Beaverton and has not been seen since March 16th at approximately 10:00 AM.

Mr. Gomes is 5’10” tall, 190 pounds, black hair and brown eyes. Mr. Gomes was last seen wearing dark clothing.

If anyone has seen Mr. Gomes or has information regarding his whereabouts please call Beaverton Police at 503-629-0111.

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Beaverton Police Department added 4 new photos.3 days ago

‪It’s a crime not to eat breakfast.

McKay Elementary invited us to help support their mission of every child getting proper nutrition before school starts. Timber Joey and McGruff The Crime Dog made an appearance. ‬

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Beaverton Police Department6 days ago

Elude Suspect Arrested

On March 16, 2018 at 12:11 AM a Beaverton Police graveyard officer stopped a 2007 Ford sedan on SW Cherry Hill Drive/SW Wilson Ave in south Beaverton for not signaling a turn. The driver fled the scene on foot and a K9 track was conducted. The driver was not captured at that time but was positively identified as 28-year-old Justin Case Hookie.

At 11:51 AM dayshift officers spotted Mr. Hookie in the area of SW Santa Anita Ct in south Beaverton. Officers arrested Mr. Hookie after he ran inside a residence. Mr. Hookie was charged with one count of driving while suspended-felony, one count of misdemeanor elude and one count of interfering with a police officer.

Mr. Hookie was lodged at Washington County Jail.

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Beaverton Police Department6 days ago

Early Morning Arson. Tips Sought

On March 16, 2018 at 6:00 AM Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue personnel requested our assistance investigating a suspicious car fire in the 5800 block of SW Erickson Ave. A 2006 Subaru Legacy had caught fire near an apartment building causing damage to the building and completely destroying the interior of the car.

Officers and fire investigators are investigating the fire as an arson. An unidentified person was seen in the area just prior to the fire starting and it is suspected they intentionally started the fire. No one was injured.

Beaverton Police Department and TVF&R are seeking leads in this case. If anyone has information regarding the fire or any suspect information please call 503-629-0111 and speak to a Beaverton Police officer.