Tualatin Police Log: Aug. 20-26
The Tualatin Police Department received 527 calls from Aug. 20 to Aug. 26. There were 18 traffic crashes and eight arrests.
Tuesday, Aug. 20
• A domestic disturbance between a male and a female in the 18500 block of Southwest Boones Ferry Road resulted in the male being arrested for harassment.
• Officers responded to a hit-and-run in the 8600 block of Southwest Yakima Court in which an unknown suspect crashed his vehicle into the victim's home.
Thursday, Aug. 22
• A female subject was arrested in the 11500 block of Southwest Pacific Highway for attempting to elude a police officer. Her attempt was unsuccessful.
Friday, Aug. 23
• Officers responded to a call at the Farmington Square Retirement Community after unwanted physical contact between two staff members.
Saturday, Aug. 24
• A male suspect was arrested in the 17900 block of Southwest McEwan Road for multiple felony warrants and found to be in possession of heroin, methamphetamine and items used in a mobile identity theft lab.
• A male was detained in the 9300 block of S.W. Sagert Street for fleeing a disturbance. He was subsequently undetained after an investigation concluded no crimes were committed.
• Officers responded to a shoplift report at Dick's Sporting Goods. They subsequently arrested a suspect who had stolen items in his possession and interfered with an officer.
Sunday, Aug. 25
• A male subject was arrested for driving under the influence of intoxicants after a single-vehicle injury crash at Southwest Tualatin Road and 115th Avenue.
• A victim reported his vehicle was struck while parked at Fred Meyer, 19200 S.W. Martinazzi Ave.
Monday, Aug. 26
• Unknown suspects stole seven electrical cords valued at $2,150 at a residence in the 19600 block of Southwest 129th Avenue.
• A subject violated the terms of a restraining order through a third-party contact in the 10100 block of Southwest Concho Street.
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