Ian Billow, 28, was first arrested Sunday and faced charges including three counts of sex abuse (3rd degree) and three counts of harassment. He was released Tuesday evening.
There’s a raccoon menacing families in Tigard.
Someone took all the money that Tigard Playschool students raised last week during their jog-a-thon. A staff member on Monday discovered that $1,800 was missing from the school’s fundraising box and the lock had been tampered with.
Two men are accused of going on a $100,000 shopping spree with fake credit cards, and police say they came all the way from Los Angeles, California to do it.
A 93-year-old man who crashed into two homes blames his shoes for what happened and said he plans to throw them away and keep on driving.
The bus was parked at the Washington Square transit center around 7 a.m. Friday. The driver noticed that the suspect had vandalized several seats and tried to take a photo, according to Tigard police spokesman Jim Wolf. Police said the suspect then grabbed the phone and assaulted the driver.
Washington County sheriff’s deputies and Tigard police arrested several people in a prostitution sting earlier this week.
Police responded to the mall, but Tigard Police Department spokesman Jim Wolf said there was never a weapon. He said, however, there is one person who experienced a medical issue.
A 5-foot python escaped through a bedroom window at a house near Hwy 99W and Johnson Street. It likely got out sometime late Tuesday night or early Wednesday.
The app, which will be released Wednesday, will be available for both iPhones and Android devices.
Ronald Witt, 56, of Tigard, was released from the Multnomah County Jail on Saturday. Witt was driving while his license was revoked, according to Portland Police Bureau spokesman Sgt. Pete Simpson.
The company that runs the shuttle service to the Albuquerque airport's rental-car center is apologizing after a driver allegedly ordered a gay couple to sit in the back of the shuttle bus.
A Tigard couple says they were told to move to the back of an airport shuttle bus because they’re gay.
Brooke Tedder doesn't fully understand why the bus driver was yelling. But she knows she's supposed to show her "Honored Citizen" pass and pay a dollar to get on the bus.
A group that wants to ban single-use plastic bags across Oregon is back on the offensive.