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Every Wednesday, we'll whet your police log appetite with the week's best entries.

The Lake Oswego police log is, shall we say, rather popular. We even made a book out of it a few years ago, and people still come into the office in search of a copy.

So with that in mind, we present the Bite-Sized Blotter — a Wednesday sneak peek at the week's calls before the whole log posts Thursday:

6/28 10:12 a.m. A woman said there was a rabbit stuck in her garden with netting wrapped around its neck, and she couldn't free it.

6/28 10:30 p.m. A man said his wife had been verbally abusive during their divorce and he wanted to know what to do about the situation. 6/29 3:43 p.m. A man called 911 to say he was going to commit a crime by pruning roses in a park near the 500 block of 4th Street.

7/1 6:41 p.m. A caller heard "strange noises" from an overgrown park area near the 17900 block of S.W. Stafford Road. The noises included "extreme coughing, huffing and puffing."

7/2 4:09 p.m. A caller said break-ins were happening nationwide, and they wanted to talk to an officer about it.

Did you miss last week's log? Find that here.

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