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LAKE OSWEGO – Earlier tonight, we reported that on Saturday, November 11, 2023, at about 8:30 P.M., an 82-year-old dementia patient walked away from his home in the area of Hallinan Elementary School. Fortunately, he was found safe and sound at about 1:00 A.M. in downtown Lake Oswego.
LAKE OSWEGO – Lake Oswego Police are asking for the public’s help locating a missing 82-year-old male with late-stage Alzheimer’s. The man, Gene Rosewater, is described as a white male, bald, 5'07 165 lbs, last seen wearing a brown plaid jacket, brown pants, and carrying a black Columbia Sportswear vest. Mr. Rosewater is also wearing a bracelet with his personal information on it. He walked away from his home at approximately 8:30 P.M. on Saturday, November 11, 2023.
Case Number: 23-7318
Location: Rite-Aid Pharmacy, 16390 Boones Ferry Rd
Date/Time: 10/20/2023 - 12:18 p.m.
2 white males in their 20s, both approximately 5'8" tall and 120 lbs.
LAKE OSWEGO – On Friday, October 20, 2023, two suspects robbed the Rite-Aid store at 16390 Boones Ferry Road. The suspects appeared to be white male adults in their 20s. They walked to the pharmacy counter and handed the clerk a note indicating that they were armed, although no weapon was seen. No one was hurt and the suspects left with several bottles of prescription medications.
Anyone with information as to the identity and/or location of these suspects is asked to contact Officer Steve Chon at 503-635-0238.
LAKE OSWEGO – On Thursday, October 26, 2023, between 11:00 A.M. and 2:00 P.M., Lake Oswego officers conducted a targeted traffic enforcement mission in numerous residential areas in an effort to remind drivers to slow down, stay off their cell phones, and obey traffic control devices.
Officers focused on specific intersections about which we have received complaints from impacted neighborhoods or are known to be problem locations. They spent time in the Foothills, First Addition, Westlake, Westridge, Lake Grove, and Palisades neighborhoods.