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This week's calls include: a deceptive diner, an aggressive dog, and a car vs. cart corral crash.

Monday, Oct. 25

A man was arrested in the 900 block of Northeast Orenco Station Loop after skipping out on his bill and then trying to use counterfeit money to pay.

A man was arrested in the 500 block of Southwest Dennis Avenue after he punched his girlfriend in the eye.

Tuesday, Oct. 26

A 1986 Toyota pickup, OR-320ELD, maroon in color, was stolen overnight from the 2600 block of Northeast Palazza Way.

A catalytic converter was cut off of a vehicle in the 7900 block of Northeast Nicholas Court.

Wednesday, Oct. 27

Officers arrested a man for felony warrant, methamphetamine possession, possession of a stolen vehicle, and giving false information to a police officer in the 1900 block of Northeast Cornell Road.

A woman and man driving a silver Honda Civic stole $400 worth of coins from the store in the 1700 block of Southeast Minter Bridge Road while the clerk was distracted.

Thursday, Oct. 28

A man was arrested on his outstanding felony warrant in the 400 block of Southwest Armco Avenue.

Two adults were attacked by a loose dog near Northeast Dogwood Street and 64th Court.

Friday, Oct. 29

A person in the 300 block of Southeast Eighth Avenue walked out to see a suspect attempting to start their vehicle by damaging the ignition.

A man was arrested in the 1000 block of Southeast Maple Street for stealing several items from the location.

Saturday, Oct. 30

A man near Southeast River Road and Singing Woods Drive was called in as a DUII. The suspect was located and arrested for DUII after he blew a 0.11% BAC.

An adult daughter and mother in the 500 block of Southeast Eighth Avenue were in a verbal argument. There was no probable cause for a crime.

Sunday, Oct. 31

A man was arrested for DUII after he hit a shopping cart corral in the parking lot in the 800 block of Northeast 25th Avenue.

A man was arrested for DUII and blew a 0.16% BAC near Northeast Cornelius Pass Road and Southwest Samantha Lane.

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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