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There's no call too small for the Lake Oswego Police and Fire departments

STOLEN VEHICLES

4/26/17 9:50 a.m. A Moomba BoatMate trailer was reportedly taken from a residence on Lakeview Boulevard.

4/28/17 7:32 a.m. A white Mercedes with dealer plates was reported stolen from the One Jefferson Parkway complex, but officers determined that the car had actuially been towed overnight for parking in a restricted space.

THEFTS

4/26/17 12:33 p.m. A woman reported that her wallet had either been lost or stolen from her purse.

4/28/17 8:42 a.m. Sunglasses and registration information was taken overnight from a Ford Explorer on Sunbrook Drive.

4/28/17 9:44 a.m. Sunglasses, car manuals, a yoga mat and a water bottle were taken from an unlocked Honda CRV on Twin Creek Lane.

4/28/17 4:06 p.m. A man told police that someone at a local retirement community has been taking money from his father.

BURGLARIES

4/28/17 7:58 a.m. Someone entered an open garage overnight and took two wallets, a backpack with school supplies and other miscellaneous items.

FRAUD

4/25/17 12:24 p.m. A man told police his elderly mother had been scammed out of $850.

MISC.

4/25/17 4:27 a.m. Lake Oswego Firefighters responded to a call from a man who wanted them to remove his catheter because he was tired of having it in. There was no pain or discomfort, he told firefighters; he just wanted it out. "We had an extensive conversation with him about why he has the catheter and explained to him that we are unable to remove his catheter, and to contact his urologist in the morning," the LOFD's daily run report says.

4/25/17 7:48 a.m. A backpack left in bushes and human feces deposited in a parking lot led a caller to believe that people might be sleeping on the property.

4/25/17 9:22 a.m. A caller let officers know that he would be bringing some meth to the police station. When he arrived, a search of his vehicle also found marijuana.

4/25/17 9:23 a.m. A woman told police that she had third-hand information about new neighbors who allegedly leave their children home alone for long periods of time while they go jogging. And one of the kids reportedly has a pocketknife!

4/25/17 10:33 a.m. A blond-haired woman in her 60s aroused suspicion when she was seen walking around an apartment complex wearing jeans, a shirt that was on backwards and no shoes. The woman was pacing around the complex, a caller said, picking up items and then leaving them in odd places.

4/25/17 1:16 p.m. A passerby worried that a white duck she'd seen hanging out near the shallow end of Lakewood Bay might be injured, but officers found the duck swimming in the water and appearing to be just fine.

4/25/17 3:54 p.m. A man told police that he believed the person who had been following him for three days might be a private investigator.

4/25/17 5:14 p.m. Someone has been putting dog poop in a woman's garbage can on Meadowlark Lane.

4/27/17 7:52 a.m. Several reports of sporadic gunshots or fireworks drew police to the 4000 block of Oakridge Road, but officers determined that the noise most likely came from a nail gun at a construction site.

4/27/17 11:18 a.m. A woman was worried about possible retaliation from an upset neighbor after trimming his cherry tree without asking.

4/17/17 11:37 a.m. A woman told police that her ex-husband was at her door, threatening to blow up her home and spit in her face. Officers contacted the man and trespassed him from the house.

4/27/17 12:52 p.m. A boy and girl in their late teens were reportedly smoking pot in a gray SUV before they ducked into a garage. By the time police arrived, the vehicle was empty and no one was answering the front door.

4/27/17 1:49 p.m. Firefighters called to a home on Crestfield Court by a man suffering abdominal pain found the man in his bathroom, sitting on the toilet. He told the first responders that he wanted to finish what he was doing before being transported to a hospital. They obliged, waiting with the patient until an AMR ambulance arrived.