Beaverton Police Log: Nov. 10-14, 2021
Wednesday, Nov. 10
Officers arrested a man on Southwest 172nd Terrace for harassment, felony strangulation and interfering with an officer.
A man was arrested on Southwest Fifth Street for larceny from a vehicle, shoplifting simple assault, vandalism and disorderly conduct.
Officers arrested a man on Southwest Canyon Road for drunken driving and reckless driving.
Thursday, Nov. 11
A man with 10 aliases was arrested for offensive physical contact, criminal mischief and disorderly conduct on Southwest Tualatin Valley Highway.
Officers arrested a woman on Southwest 117th Avenue for aggravated assault of a police officer, unlawful use of a weapon, menacing, disorderly conduct, possession of methamphetamine and two fugitive warrants.
Friday, Nov. 12
Officers arrested a man on Southwest Scholls Ferry Road for drunken driving.
A man with 30 aliases was placed on police officers hold on Southwest Conestoga Drive for mental issues.
Officers arrested a man with three warrants on Southwest 117th Avenue after he consumed alcohol on public property.
Saturday, Nov. 13
A man with nine aliases and four warrants was arrested on Southwest Electric Street.
Officers responding to a traffic crash near Southwest Beard Road and Southwest Murray Boulevard arrested a woman for drunken driving.
Sunday, Nov. 14
Officers responding to a traffic crash with a fixed object near Southwest Walker Road and Southwest Roxbury Avenue arrested a man for drunken driving and reckless driving.
A man was arrested near Highway 217 and Southwest Walker Road for drunken driving after a traffic crash.
Officers conducted death investigations on Southwest Waterleaf Avenue and Southwest Garden Home Road.
A man was issued a citation for criminal trespass and interfering with an officer after refusing to leave the hospital in the 10300 block of Southwest 65th Avenue.
Editor's note: Police logs are a partial accounting of law enforcement calls, based on activity reports and descriptions generated by participating police departments. All persons accused of a crime are legally considered to be innocent until proven guilty.
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