Banks – The City of Banks September 2017 police log includes calls responded to by the Washington County Sheriff’s Office in the City of Banks. All logs are written by the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and provided here as-is.
DCS/Delivery of Controlled Substance: Banks Billiards – Adult male arrested for trying to sell drugs to off duty police. He was arrested and transported to jail.
Clear by arrest
Domestic: NW Wilkes St. – Verbal altercation between father and son. No crimes. Son left for the night.
Possible criminal mischief: NW Main St. – Banks City Hall had a window pane broken. Unknown if intentional or accidental. No suspect information.
Suicidal threats/POH: Banks Fire Station: Adult male walked in and said he was feeling suicidal. He was taken into protective custody and transported to St. V’s to be evaluated.
Clear by POH.
Criminal Mischief: NW Wilkes St. – Unknown person knocked a newspaper box off its post. It had previously been held on by duct tape. No suspect information.
Suspicious Circumstances: NW Jarvis Pl. – Caller said 4 yr. old grandson is displaying sexual tendencies. Information report generated along with Detectives and DHS being contacted. Information only.
Theft: NW Oak Way – Bike taken from the front porch. It was unlocked. No suspect information.
Theft from Vehicles: Ashton Drive, Buckshire Street, Oak Way – 4 vehicles entered, all gone through, one had a work laptop taken. All unlocked. No suspect information.
Fraud: NW Buckshire – Caller lost wallet on Max train and now credit card company reporting it being used in Forest Grove. Caller said that he was not out any funds at this time. Follow-up to continue when manager is able to confirm security footage and credit card use.
Hit & Run to vehicle: NW Sunset Ave. – Adult male backed into another vehicle on purpose and then left scene. Contact was made with all parties involved and they decided to handle it civilly. Cleared exceptional.
Harassment/Bullying: Greenville City Park. – Reports of kids harassing/bullying other kids, fighting, etc. after school. Kids, parents and schools all contacted and notified. No crimes.
Suspicious circumstance: Main St. – Juvenile reporting other juveniles hit and pushed him off his bike saying it was a stolen bike belonging to another juvenile. Other juvenile had reported his bike stolen a couple weeks prior. Still under investigation.
Domestic disturbance: NW Broadshire Lane– Verbal disturbance between male and female adults. No crimes.
Suicidal threats/POH: NW Trellis Way – Male juvenile making suicidal statements. Contacted and took into protective custody. He was transported to St. Vincent
hospital to be evaluated.
Clear by POH.
Suspicious circumstance: NW Main St. – 5 smart phones were found, and appeared to have been damaged on purpose. None were reported stolen. A theft victim’s information was on one of the phones and he was contacted. No further information available.