The Police Blotter
The very best of the week from the West Linn and Lake Oswego police log.
1/30, 1:09 a.m.; A man entered Shari’s to make a phone call and hadn’t been heard from since. He was found at home.
1/30, 12:07 p.m.; A homeowner in the 1800 block of Wilson Street received a scam phone call from someone selling pain medication. The homeowner did not buy them.
1/30, 12:39 p.m.; A possible drunk driver near Arbor Drive and Highway 43 was really just lost.
1/30, 2:57 p.m.; A possibly drunk driver near 10th Street and Willamette Falls Drive was not drunk, just elderly.
2/1, 8:56 a.m.; A female driver ran a stop sign and flipped off other drivers near Rosemont Ridge Middle School.
2/2, 6:28 p.m.; An ongoing problem of ding-dong-ditch was reported in the 1900 block of Furlong Drive.
1/31/12 2:01 p.m. An angry woman left a sign that said “Tree Killer” at a location where a contractor had cut down some trees. She was warned about making further contact with the tree killer.
2/1/12 5:32 p.m. A man pulled out his guitar in front of a liquor store, began playing, and started to ask passers-by for contributions to his musical career.
2/2/12 8:01 a.m. In a case of dog gang violence on Cornell Street and McVey Avenue, two dogs attacked another dog, then went after its master.
2/5/12 1:29 p.m. A 14-year-old son locked himself in his room after harassing his mother.