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Photo Speed Enforcement Begins October 10th On Highway 99 (Photo) - 10/05/18

The Sherwood Police Department will begin using photo enforcement to address speeding at the intersections of highway 99/Sunset Blvd and highway 99/Tualatin-Sherwood Rd on October 10th. Drivers exceeding the posted speed limit by 11 MPH or faster will be issued a citation for speeding. Additionally, if a driver is exceeding the speed limit by 21 MPH  and runs a red light they can be cited for both violations.  

Traffic safety is a high priority for our community and motoring public, please adjust your speed accordingly and observe the posted speed limit to avoid receiving a citation  

 

 

 

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Sherwood Police looking for subject involved with stolen vehicle (Photo) - 09/24/18

Around 12:30 today, Sherwood Police Officers attempted to make contact with two subjects in a vehicle ln the Woodhaven neighborhood.  A witness had reported seeing one of the subjects attempting to remove a license plate from another vehicle. 

The male driver of the vehicle, fled on foot and into the neighborhood.  The female passenger was detained at the scene. 

As a precautionary measure, The Sherwood Police Department requested the schools within close proximity of the scene to go into lockout while a search of the subject continued.  The High School and Archer Glen elementary were the schools affected. The lockout has since been lifted. 

The driver, who is believed to be Brandon James Anthony Lopez is still outstanding

Lopez is described as 6’2”, 180 lbs, shoulder length brown hair and brown eyes   

Lopez was last seen wearing black shorts, black tank top and carry another dark shirt. 

His last known address is Newberg.  If you see Lopez, please call 911