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  • Officer Identified in Officer-Involved Shooting
    on January 10, 2021 at 1:58 am

    Now that interviews with the Washington County Major Crimes Team have been conducted, we can identify our officer from Wednesday’s officer-involved shooting. Ofc. Gabriel Maldonado, a 14-year veteran of the Tigard Police Department, is the officer who fired his weapon (DPSST #47256). He was immediately placed on paid critical incident leave pending the outcome of the investigation, which is standard protocol. In addition, four other officers (including a negotiator) and a sergeant were on scene. As witnesses, they were also immediately placed on critical incident leave, which is standard protocol. They have also been interviewed by the Washington County Major Crimes Team, and have been cleared to return to work. All are long-time veterans of the Tigard Police Department, ranging from 10-13 years of service.   

  • Name correction for officer-involved shooting
    on January 8, 2021 at 7:40 pm

    The name of the decedant in the officer-involved shooting on 1/6 is Jacob Ryan MacDuff, not McDuff as originally reported. We aplogize for the error.

  • Investigation Continues into Tigard Riot, Statement at 1pm
    on January 8, 2021 at 7:25 pm

    The investigation into last night’s unlawful assembly and riot in Tigard is still in its early stages. A group of roughly 100 individuals caused significant damage at the Tigard Police Department, City Hall, Permit Center and several blocks of the downtown Tigard business district. On city property alone, more than 20 windows were broken. The amount of graffiti to city property and downtown businesses is extensive. We are encouraging any Tigard businesses or residents that suffered damage to report it to Tigard Police so we can follow up on the investigation. We are also encouraging anyone who was in the area who may have photos or videos from the unlawful assembly and riot, and/or subsequent damage, to report that to us as well. We are committed to working with our partners to ensure those who caused damage in our city will be prosecuted. (Newsrooms: Chief McAlpine will be giving a statement on the riot at 1pm today outside the front lobby door of the Tigard Police Department, 13125 SW Hall Blvd.)  

  • Riot Declared At Tigard Police Department
    on January 8, 2021 at 8:07 am

    On January 7th, the Tigard Police Department was made aware of a potential protest in response to the January 6th officer-involved shooting.  At around 8:30 p.m., approximately 100 individuals gathered at a business on SW Main Street in the City of Tigard. The group traveled to the Tigard Police Department, blocking traffic and tagging public and private property. At 8:45 p.m., the group arrived at the Tigard Police Department, broke windows, and tagged city property. The demonstration was declared an unlawful assembly, and shortly afterward, a riot was declared.  The group walked through Tigard’s downtown business district on their way to and from the police department and vandalized several businesses. The group broke windows and tagged several properties in the area.  During the incident, one person was arrested. Zane Saleem Bsoul (DOB 5/31/2000) is charged with one count of riot. To obtain his booking photo, contact the PIO for the Washington County Sheriff’s Office. (Images of some of the damage to the police building and downtown business district are attached. On graffiti images, please note we have blacked out some offensive language.)

  • UPDATE to officer-involved shooting
    on January 8, 2021 at 1:06 am

    Tigard Police Department can confirm that Tigard Police Officers responded to a reported domestic disturbance at an apartment complex near the intersection of SW Hall Blvd. and SW Bonita Rd. at approximately 4:04 p.m.  Upon further investigation, Tigard Police Officers attempted to arrest the suspect, Jacob Ryan McDuff, age 26, for domestic violence.  Officers confronted Mr. McDuff in his vehicle to effectuate their arrest and discovered that he was armed with a knife.  Mr. McDuff refused to surrender to police, and during the struggle to arrest Mr. McDuff, a Tigard Police Officer shot and killed Mr. McDuff.  This officer involved shooting remains under investigation by the Washington County Major Crimes Team and additional details will be released when they become available.  Domestic violence calls are among the most dangerous calls a law enforcement officer can respond to. In Oregon, more than 37% of women and 33% of men experience intimate partner physical violence in their lifetimes, according to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence. Nationally, nearly 20 people per minute are physically abused by an intimate partner. If you need emergency help, call the Washington County Domestic Violence Resource Center (DVRC) 24-hour CRISIS HOTLINE at 503-469-8620. If you are in immediate danger, call 9-1-1.  The Washington County Major Crimes Team (MCT) is a multiagency investigative team led by the Washington County District Attorney’s Office and is activated for critical incidents, such as homicides and officer involved shootings.  In the case of an officer involved shooting, the MCT will lead the investigation into the circumstances surrounding the shooting and acts independently from the police agency that employs the involved officer(s).  Upon a complete and independent investigation, the MCT determines whether there is sufficient evidence to bring criminal charges against the involved officer(s).   

  • Officer-Involved Shooting in Tigard
    on January 7, 2021 at 6:49 am

    Our officers were involved in a deadly shooting this evening near SW Hall Blvd & SW Bonita Rd. A man was pronounced dead at the scene. No officers were injured. The Washington County Major Crimes Team is investigating, and any additional information will be released by the Washington County District Attorney's office.