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Park Rules Violation Leads To Stolen Vehicle And Other Crimes

LAKE OSWEGO – On Sunday, July 18, 2021, at 12:55 A.M., a Lake Oswego police officer was driving through George Rogers Park, at 611 S. State Street, looking for anyone who might be in the park after hours. The park is closed between 10:00 P.M. and 6:00 A.M., and our officers check the closed parks in order to prevent vandalism or other criminal activity from occurring.

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Brutal Assault Suspect Charged

LAKE OSWEGO – On Thursday, July 30, 2020, at about 11:00 P.M., a brutal assault occurred in the 2600 block of South Shore Boulevard. The 74-year-old female victim had just retrieved a package from her porch when she was attacked and brutally assaulted in her garage by a stranger. Fortunately, her husband discovered her in their garage shortly after the assault and summoned help. She was transported to a local hospital where she was treated for serious injuries.

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Pedestrian Safety Operation - June 2021

LOPD will be conducting a Pedestrian Safety Operation on Tuesday, June 22. This operation will be held on B Avenue at Second Street.  

The primary focus of this operation is to raise awareness of drivers and pedestrians of pedestrian right of way laws.

Information signs will be posted the day prior to the operation advising motorists of the event.

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Lake Oswego Police Department Hires Behavioral Health Clinician

LAKE OSWEGO – Since June of 2020, the Lake Oswego Police Department has been looking at hiring a person to work in conjunction with our department as a Behavioral Health Clinician. This Clinician would be part of the police department but would respond to those calls that would be best served by a person with specific, detailed, and appropriate Mental Health training and certification. As we envision it, this Clinician would be available to respond with an officer if needed but, more importantly, in many cases could respond alone to aid the person in crisis.

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Message to the Community on the Derek Chauvin Verdict From the Police Chiefs of Clackamas County

Attached, is a message to the community on the Derek Chauvin verdict in Minneapolis, Minnesota from the Police Chiefs of Clackamas County.

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Police Seek Information About Hit and Run Crash

LAKE OSWEGO – On Saturday, March 27, 2021, at about 8:15 P.M., a pedestrian was struck by a vehicle on Del Prado near Goya in the Mountain Park area of Lake Oswego. The pedestrian was injured in the crash and we are asking for help from the public to identify a suspect in this case.

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