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  • Nancy K. Westbrook 9/15/1965

    LAKE OSWEGO - On Thursday, February 4, 2016 at about 6:15 pm, the Lake Oswego Police Department responded to a reported suicide in the 13000 block of SW Boones Ferry Road. Officers found a deceased male, identified as Joshua G.

  • Unidentified Suspect

    LAKE OSWEGO – On Sunday, October 11, 2015, between 2:50 p.m. and 3:00 p.m., four suspects stole more than $50,000 worth of jewelry from New to You & Simply Posh, located at 101 A Avenue in Lake Oswego.

  • Suspect 4

    LAKE OSWEGO – On Sunday, October 11, 2015, between 2:50 p.m. and 3:00 p.m., four suspects stole more than $50,000 worth of jewelry from New to You & Simply Posh, located at 101 A Avenue in Lake Oswego.

  • Jonathan M Peachey 070481

    LAKE OSWEGO – On Monday, September 21, 2015, the Lake Oswego Police Department began investigating a report that a West Linn High School teacher had been inappropriately touching male students while at a house in Lake Oswego.

  • City of Lake Oswego Oregon Official Website

    The Pedestrian Safety Enforcement is a grant through the Bicycle Transportation Alliance to bring awareness to drivers regarding pedestrians.  Generally, pedestrians have the right of way in marked or unmarked crosswalks.  On a multi-lane road, such as A Avenue, a driver must stop and remain stopped until...

  • Speed Trailer

    The Lake Oswego Police Department, in conjunction with the City’s Traffic Engineering Department, has recently purchased two data collecting speed readers.  These speed readers have the ability to collect data ranging from the speed of a vehicle, vehicle pace, traffic volume and peak traffic times.  While the Police...

  • LAKE OSWEGO – The Lake Oswego Police Department will be conducting underage alcohol sale operations throughout the city during the month of July. During the operations, underage decoys will be sent to businesses and attempt to purchase alcohol.

  • LAKE OSWEGO – At 6 AM on April 14, 2015, more than 43 law enforcement agencies in Oregon and Clark County Washington started to use the new Regional Justice Information Network (RegJIN) records management and report writing systems.